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2019-20 Parent Guide

We’re pleased to offer an online Parent Guide this year with key information about events, volunteer opportunities, district resources, and community partnerships. This important resource contains live links where you can click to join the PTA, learn more about the Walk-a-Thon and other upcoming events, sign up to volunteer, donate to SCEF and more! Download this year’s Parent Guide here
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White Oaks Weekly - September 8, 2019

In This Issue: Principal's Message, Food Truck and Family Movie Night is Coming Up, San Carlos Day of Service Volunteer Needed, White Oaks Walk-a-Thon: Sunday, October 20th, White Oaks Holiday Store, Join the White Oaks PTA, SCEF News and Events, District News and Events, Community News and Events
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White Oaks Weekly - September 1, 2019

In This Issue: Principal's Message, It’s Walk to School Time, First PTA Meeting, Join us in the classroom - Volunteer for Art in Action, Request for Hot Lunch Volunteers, Your PTA needs volunteers to fill the treasurer role and to prepare the school directory, Join the White Oaks PTA, SCEF News and Events, District News and Events, Community News and Events
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Welcome Back from the PTA and Ways to Get Involved

The White Oaks PTA’s goal is to create a thoroughly enriched experience for the White Oaks School community by hosting activities and events for the students, families and staff throughout the year. We hope you will help us achieve this goal by signing up for volunteer opportunities and joining the White Oaks PTA today!
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First PTA Meeting

Please join us Wednesday, September 4 at 7 PM in the MU for our first PTA meeting of the year. We will be hearing about the exciting year ahead from our principal, Ms. Scholer, and our superintendent, Dr. Harmeier. We will also have updates on the family movie night and the walkathon. All parents are invited to attend. Remember to be eligible to vote you must be a member of the PTA. We hope to see you there!
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Summer Learning Resources

Families often ask how to support student learning over the summer. Already, you are planning summer experiences that build knowledge, spark curiosity about the world, and help your child gain confidence. Riding bikes, hiking, visiting the public library, playing in the neighborhood, attending summer camp, playing board games as a family, and traveling outside of our city build knowledge and a sense of wonder. Reading books and discussing them together also develops rich language skills and fosters a love of literacy. In addition, the more relaxed summer schedule can be a wonderful time to build independence and confidence at all ages as children learn new skills such as tying shoes, and how to contribute to family chores.
In addition to all of that, if you are seeking tools to boost or just keep up academic skills, a list of resources and links are provided here.
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