All 4th and 5th grade students have an opportunity to compete in the 2014 National Geographic Bee. Students will take a qualifying test the first week of December and the top twenty scores will advance to the next round. Check out the link below for a ton of preparation materials.
Our Book Fair gives you and your children the opportunity to buy carefully selected, quality books and products at affordable prices. You’ll enjoy all of the excitement; in addition, our Book Fair serves as a fundraiser for our school.
The picture retake day for all OSS/OSES students is Wednesday, October 30th. Any student who was absent on September 3rd, must have their portrait taken for ID/Yearbook purposes. If you are interested in taking retakes to purchase, order forms will go home on Monday, October 28th.
The following days are themed around Red Ribbon Week, a week that promotes positive behavior and living a drug free life. Please show your support of this campaign by participating in the daily events. Please note these are elementary school events only.
Walmart Foundation $5 Day at Orlando Science Center
Walmart $5 Day makes it possible for the Central Florida community to visit the Orlando Science Center, and inspire science learning for life at a significant discount. Admission to the Science Center is cut down from
Ms Stangl's class has had a lot of excitement over the past week! Mrs. Ahmarlall generously provided rock crystals for Ms. Stangl's second grade class in honor of Jayden's birthday. Exploring the Scientific Method, we hypothesized how long the crystals would grow, gave them time,
Orlando Mini Maker Faire is a community-organized, family-friendly celebration featuring local do-it-yourself science and technology, art, rockets, robots, crafts, music, hands-on-activities, and more. It’s an event where people show what they are making and share what they are learning.
Thursday, September 19th, is Curriculum Night, a night where our teacher’s schoolrooms are open to observations and an opportunity for our student’s families to see their classroom.
Mrs. Frunker's 7th graders read, "Where Do Hispanic People Come From?" to Mrs. Trujillo's 3rd graders. Together, they answered questions about the text and helped each other with the vocabulary.The 3rd graders greatly enjoyed the visit and even learned something at the same time.