1120 Algoma Blvd, Oshkosh, WI
Phone: (920)424-0172 Fax: (920)424-7592
School Website and Infinite Campus Contact Information
Please check the Read Website frequently for important information, important dates, Read's Family Handbook and more.
Also, it is very important that all families have the most up to date contact information listed in Infinite Campus. With new visitor protocols, our school staff relies on this information to ensure you are receiving all the up to date school and classroom information. It is also very important that we can reach you quickly if your student is sick or there is an emergency.
IF YOUR CHILD IS SICK
Please either Call, Leave a Voicemail or Email as soon as possible letting us know what symptoms the child is exhibiting
The school Office 920-424-0172 email@example.com
School Nurse 920-424-0172 ext. 2203 firstname.lastname@example.org
Notes from the School Nurse
Let’s start off each day with a sparkle and a shine! We all know the importance of dental hygiene, but it's important to understand that there's more to it than just brushing your teeth.
Here's what you need to know:
Brush your teeth twice a day and floss daily.
Replace your toothbrush every 3 months.
Get regular cleanings with a dentist, every 6 months.
Skip the juice and soda, and go for water or milk instead.
If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact me by email at email@example.com.
Click HERE for the Parent Conscious Discipline Corner
Read Families- We could use your help! The Health Office is greatly in need of clothing changes for our students here, sizes 4 through Junior. Through past donations from staff and families, we have been able to supply extra socks, undergarments, pants, t-shirts and sweatshirts to those students who may need a change during the school day, for various reasons. Unfortunately, we are running very low. If you happen to do a closet clean out and are willing to part with elementary school-sized student clothing, we would be so grateful!!! Please feel free to send clothing in with your student to bring to the office, or you can stop by the school during regular school hours. If you know your child may have accidents at times please send extra clothing with them to store in the classroom. THANK YOU in advance!!!
If your child is going to be absent or late for school for any reason, please contact the office at 920-424-0172. If we are unable to speak to us directly, you may leave a message on the voice mail system to report the absence. Please be specific when calling your child in. If it is an illness we do need to know all the symptoms the child is having as well as the best number to reach you at if we have any further questions. Absences are considered "unexcused" if we do not hear from a parent/guardian by 9 am. Students who are absent from school more than 10 minutes of any part of the day without a proper excuse shall be recorded as unexcused. A student who is absent less than 10 minutes of a day shall be recorded as tardy. The time a student enters or leaves the building will be documented, and the system will calculate the absence accordingly and uniformly across the district. Please keep this in mind as you schedule appointments for your children. It is always best to schedule appointments during non-school hours. Students are expected to be in class from 7:45 to 2:45 daily.
This years Winter Concert will be Monday, December 19, 2022 at Alberta Kimball Auditorium at 6pm.
Treats: Edible birthday treats are NOT allowed per district policy. Students are allowed to bring a small, tangible birthday treat such as pencils, stickers, glowsticks, etc.
Invitations: Classroom teachers may not distribute birthday invitations to students unless they are going to an entire class. If you are inviting kids from another class, that whole entire class would need to be invited too. We prefer that birthday invitations get handled outside of school.
NO SCHOOL FRIDAY'S
This year we will NOT be having any early release days. One Friday a month will be set aside for Staff Professional Development and the students will have NO SCHOOL.
For additional school days off please see the 2022-23 School Calendar
After School Programs
The school day ends at 2:45 and students must be picked up at that time. If you are unable to pick up your student at this time and they are not able to walk home, students must then be enrolled in one of the after care programs that are available.
There is the YMCA after school program, which is held in house but run by the YMCA. Registration is done online at the oshkoshymca.org. If you do not have internet access you can contact Eric at (920)230-8967.
The other after school program is the Boys & Girls club. A bus will pick them up from school and transport them to the club. Registration is done online at bgcosh.org
FUN & ONE
At Algoma Boulevard United Methodist Church will be providing a fun day for the kids on 12/9, 1/16, 2/10, 3/10 & 5/12 which are days that school is not in session. They need a signed Health & Permission form on file. To sign up for Fun & One click the link below:
Mrs. Neveau's Math Corner
For Mrs. Neveau's November Math News click
We have had a great month in the media center! We welcomed our new Media Assistant, Roxanne Rohde. She has been working with students to set clear expectations for their time in the media center. You might start to see overdue or lost book notices coming to you via email from her. Remember that we do not charge late fees, we just want those books back in circulation for other students to enjoy! When you receive an overdue notice, please have a conversation with your student and look around at home for books! We appreciate your help with this.
We haven't received any photos yet of students using their safe spot for books at home. If you have any to contribute, please email Mrs. Rucinsky your picture. She will display it on our Digital Display board at school for students to see. We love making connections between home and school.
We have had an increase in students breaking off keys from their school issued chromebooks. Please talk with your child about this, as any intentional damage may be charged directly to your account. We will notify the guardians, but we really hope to never have to charge anyone! Please talk with your student about treating their library books and chromebooks with care.
Instructional Support Teacher:
Media & Informational Literacy
With Wisconsin weather varying so much from day to day please make sure your child(ren) is dressed appropriately for school. Our district's guidelines are as follows:
- Below 55 degrees-coat required
- Between 55-60 degrees-Long sleeves needed
- 61 degrees and over -students choice (shorts are allowed)
- Boots, Snowpants and winter jackets are required to play on the snow.
- Also remember hats, gloves and scarves for extra warmth.
- Recesses will be outdoors unless the temperature is below 10 degrees or the wind chill is below zero.