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All-Star Press Release –February 3, 2020
Posted 2/4/20

All-Star Press Release –February 3, 2020

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From Mrs. OCB

Future Career Dress Up Day Thursday, February 6th In preparation for Career Day, we will be having a "My Future Career" Dress Up Day and students are encouraged to dress up as what they want to be when they grow up. In an effort to encourage student participation in the “dress up” part of Career Day this year, we are asking that you support your child in selecting their outfit.  Please guide them away from more Halloween-based costume ideas (i.e. Spiderman, princess, ninja) and towards other career-based ideas such as computer programmer, scientist, artist, doctor, mechanic, teacher, singer, zoologist, marine biologist, dancer, office worker, vet, etc.  I know elementary students developmentally may not understand the idea of growing up and having a job or career, but we are hoping to help them grasp the concept through a fun and informative career day experience. Thank you in advance for your help!

Kindness Week is every Week at Oak Grove:  Check out this article about a wonderful project completed by Mrs. Higgins’ second grade class.  It is the featured article in the Capo Insider this week.

Presidents’ Holiday -No school Friday, February 14-Monday, February 17.  School resumes Tuesday, February 18th.

Measure I Information:  In order to address school facility needs and provide maximum local control, the Board of Trustees has created two School Facility Improvement Districts (“SFIDs”) and has voted unanimously to place two separate bond measures, Measures H & I, on the March 2020 ballot. For more information, please click on the link below:

From Student Council

Hey Oak Grove Heart Heroes!
Kids Heart Challenge is in full swing and we are half way through our event! It is NOT too late to donate to help others affected by heart diseases and stroke and then your child(ren) will earn the Heart Heroes from Ms. Lee!

1.     JOIN OUR ONLINE TEAM: Visit // to join our school’s online team!

2.    TAKE THE CHALLENGE ONLINE: Once you join our online team, take the CHALLENGE and earn the FREE members only wristband!
Choose to: Be Ready – Move More – Be Kind

3.    SPREAD THE WORD: From your website, you can send e-mails and eCards to spread the word! Click on the Connect to Facebook button in your online headquarters for a quick and easy way to reach more people with your heart health Messages!

From the PTA


What is Running Club? 

This is a free 10 week program that meets on Thursdays from February 13th-April 23rd.  The practice includes running games, running laps, running drills, obstacle courses, stretching, stretch movements and cardio bursts.  Runners will accumulate 25.2 miles through the running the activities listed above.  The runners do their last mile at the OC fair grounds if they register.  The KROC event is on May 2nd and requires a fee. 

What do coaches do?

Coaches are responsible for taking roll and leading their runners in safe activities.  They are given lesson plans for each practice.  Your main job is to motivate and encourage the runners to do their best!!

We can't have this program without volunteers!!! Grade levels without volunteer coaches may not be able to participate.  Please contact: if you are interested or have questions. 

From the Community



Where: Aliso Viejo Library (1 Journey, Aliso Viejo CA 92656) 

When: 2nd Thursdays of the Month, February 13th @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm  

 March 12th @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm                                    

Who: Elementary Grades 2 – 6th, PARENTS ARE WELCOME J

What: Geek out with Kosuke by testing your math knowledge with fun and 

             challenging word problems.  

Why: Improve both numeracy and literacy skills in a fun environment.

          Mostly taken from Japanese workbooks, these problems are designed

          to further student’s critical thinking abilities.

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