Newsletter - April 2021
1120 Algoma Blvd, Oshkosh, WI
Phone: (920)424-0172 Fax: (920)424-7592
OASD Enrollment 2021-2022
Get ready for the 2021-22 school year!
The Oshkosh Area School District’s Annual Student Update (Enrollment) for returning K-12 students and for new 4K students will take place April 1 - September 1, 2021. Students must be enrolled by September 1. However, the sooner you complete this process, the better!
This annual enrollment process is required and secures a student’s place at school for the next school year. The process is done through the Infinite Campus (IC) Parent Portal and includes updating demographic and contact information. NOTE: Fees and payments for the 2021-2022 school year cannot be paid until mid-August, additional information will be provided at that time.
Instructions: CLICK HERE for step-by-Step Instructions
NOTE: This process should be completed on a desktop computer, laptop, or tablet. It is not recommended to use a cell phone.
Link: CLICK HERE to log in to your Infinite Campus (IC) Parent Portal and click on the “Online Registration” link (located on the bottom left side of the home screen)
NOTE: This link will be active/available as of 8 a.m. on April 1, 2021.
HELP: If you do not have an Infinite Campus Parent Portal Account OR need your password reset complete the following form: https://forms.gle/bEXT8Wd8t5c2dcTC8
Contact: If you have any questions or need assistance during the online annual enrollment process you can contact your child’s school office OR the OASD Administration Office at 920.424.0395.
In-person Support: If you need in-person assistance / access to a device or internet, a Central Registration Day will be held at Oshkosh North High School on August 10, 2021. More information will be provided in the coming months.
Additional information regarding the 2021-2022 school year, including important dates, will be provided to families by their child(ren)’s school.
Thank you for choosing the Oshkosh Area School District for your student’s educational experience. We look forward to continuing to work with your family to meet your student’s individual needs and provide them with the best education possible.
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 and an increase in virtual learning, 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.
Click HERE for return to school Guidelines
Reminders from the Office
STUDENT ARRIVAL TIMES: Students are to line up in their designated lines after 7:30am but prior to 7:40am. When the first bell rings at 7:40am if they are not already in their line, they need to come in through Door 1. If they arrive to school after the second bell at 7:45am they must stop at the office to check in before going to class as they are considered Tardy after 7:45am.
PICK-UP TIMES: For the safety of all students, please make sure that you are on time to pick up your child. You should be at school when students are dismissed at 2:45pm. They will be dismissed to the same area they line up in the morning. If you are unable to be at school at 2:45pm, ou should make alternate arrangements for your child's pick up.
EARLY RELEASE WEDNESDAY'S
Please mark your calendars for the early dismissal dates this year.
School will dismiss at 12:30 nd there are NO 4K classes on Early Release Days.
April Tournament of Books
On April 5, Read School will kick off our annual Tournament of Books. Classrooms will participate in a "March Madness" (April, in our case) tournament by reading some great books and sending their favorites into the next rounds. By the end of April, Read School will vote on their favorite picture book for the 2021 Tournament. We are excited to engage our students with new books and grow their passion for reading in a fun way! Be sure to ask your child about the books they are voting on this month!
Honesty is one of the most important character traits that children should learn and be able to understand at an early age. It is a huge part of our job as adults to mold children into outstanding and trustworthy citizens.
What can parents do?
1. Explain the meaning of honesty.
2. Share your experiences and let them know you aren't perfect. Talk about a time you were honest and how it solved the problem instead of creating more.
3. Explain there are consequences of dishonesty, such as losing the trust and respect of others, covering up a lie leads to more lies, and often will result in embarrassment or punishment.
4. Praise them when they display the trait of honesty.
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