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The mission of Silver Oak Elementary School is to develop the intellectual, physical, and emotional capacities of each child to the fullest extent possible so that each can lead a fulfilling life as a productive worker, citizen, and individual in our society.

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Minumum Day reminder

Parent Teacher Conferences take place the week of November 15. During that week TK-6th grades will have minimum days on Tuesday, November 16 and Thursday November 18. SDC Preschool will follow their regular schedule on those days. There will be no school for all grades on Wednesday, November 17. During these days and times teachers will be meeting with parents. Teachers will email you about signing up for conferences.

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Marquee Sign Silver Oak

After being on the fritz for nearly two years, we are happy to announce that our school marquee sign is working again! Despite several attempts to determine and fix the problem, it turns out a broken antenna was causing the issue. Principal Greenfield unveiled one of his hidden talents in the process when he installed the new antenna and was able to get the sign to display correctly again.

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Children Playing in Rain

In preparing for the winter/rainy season ahead remember the saying "no bad weather, only bad clothing." Kids should be prepared for rainy days outside. This means waterproof boots, waterproof overcoats, hats, mittens, and umbrellas. Our goal is to balance the physical activity our students need to release during the day and be ready to learn while keeping our students safe.

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Episode 4 Now Streaming Eye of the Sabercat

Kian G, a 6th grader at Silver Oak, just released his newest Eye of the Sabercat podcast. Episode 4 is done and can be found here along with all past episodes. In this episode, we hear about school events which had disappeared during the pandemic starting to make a comeback. We also hear from a new Kindergarten teacher, Ms. Anguiano, and veteran 6th grade teacher, Mrs. Neil. There are also interviews with Principal Greenfield, our favorite librarian, Mrs. Hokanson, a figure skating 6th grader, and a 5th grader with a prominent role in the upcoming school play. We also get to hear an app review about Minecraft. Happy listening!

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The Great California Shakeout

This week all Evergreen schools will participate with 6.5 million other Californians in a district-wide earthquake drill as part of the Great California Shakeout...

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October National Fire Prevention Month

“Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety,” the theme for this year’s Fire Prevention campaign, works to better educate people about the sounds smoke alarms make, what they mean, and how to respond...

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National Principals Month

This month ESD will be celebrating the superheroes who hold our schools together. Read the article to see the principals who have been featured so far!

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COVID-19 Information

Get information about ESD COVID-19 case numbers, the ESD Safety plan, and other COVID-19 resources.

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ESD Wellness Spotlight

Say “No” to Bullying

You know that bullying is a serious concern when the month of October nationally has been named Bullying Prevention Month. In Evergreen School District, we take a strong stance against bullying. And we want you to know that your children have the right to learn and participate in a safe and positive school environment free from bullying. 

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For mental health, wellness and community resources, visit ESD's Mental Health & Wellness CONNECTIONS website at wellness.eesd.org.