PTO Meeting May 20th, 2020 @7pm

Please join us via Zoom for the next PTO meeting. We will be voting on a budget for next school year and new Board members. If you are interested in serving on the Board please reach out to current members: https://www.oakhillspto.org/about-your-pto/board-contacts and join us Wednesday. Full agenda to follow.

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/72633557415…

Meeting ID: 726 3355 7415
Password: 198491

Final OBOB Competition Results

What an exciting day we had on Friday! The 4th grade team The Golden Bookworms battled 5th grade’s Pink & Purple Polka Dotted Fire-Breathing Rubber Fishies of Doom 10.0.

It was an exciting competition with The Golden Bookworms ​emerging as the Oak Hills Elementary OBOB Champions!

The Golden Bookworms will move on to the Regional OBOB competition at Charles F. Tigard Elementary on March 14th at 9 am. We wish them luck! If they are successful, they may advance to the state competition on April 4th. We’ll keep you posted of their progress!

Again, congratulations to The Golden Bookworms!! All teams did a wonderful job and we had such a fun OBOB season together.

 

Middle School Boundary-Parent Meeting Recap 02.20.20

Oak Hills voices are getting drowned out by bigger schools. We need to be LOUDER and use upcoming meetings to be more VISIBLE. Below are actions we discussed at tonight’s meeting with both East & West Oak Hills parents.

Immediate – Send emails and comments EVERYDAY. Have family, neighbors, and friends that care about our kids do the same. They are reading them.

Key messaging:

  1. TOP LINE: End isolation of Oak Hills students. Send Oak Hills (East) to Timberland with Terra Linda and Oak Hills (West) to Meadow Park with Bethany.
  2. Strengthen the middle school to high school feeder path for Oak Hills students. Fulfill Objective #4.
  3. Currently, only 20 Oak Hills students start Sunset each year in a school population of 2000 where they recognize only 1% of the student body.
  4. The Oak Hills community agrees to an East/West split at middle school to ensure students continue onto a high school with a decent size peer group. End isolation of Oak Hills.

This Saturday (Feb 22) – Join us for a conversation with Anne Bryan, our Oak Hills BSD School Board Member, Saturday at 12pm at the Oak Hills Community Room.  We need her to fight for what’s best for Oak Hills kids.

Next Tuesday (Feb 25) – Let’s flood the room at the next advisory committee meeting Tuesday, February 25that 6:30pm at Whitford Middle School. Bring friends, neighbors, and family members. Wear blue to indicate you are representing Oak Hills and bring signs.

OBOB Battles This Week – Feb. 3-7

Mon. Feb. 3

4th – ​The Deadly Dragons of Doom vs. Book Battlers 2.0

5th – ​Platinum Oreos vs. Pink and Purple….Fishies

Tues. Feb. 4

3rd – ​Book Breakers vs. The Maks

4th – ​Slapping Bananas vs. The Golden Book Worms

5th – ​The Waluigis vs. Oregon’s Only Chance

Wed. Feb. 5

4th – ​OBOB Warriors vs. ​(To Be Determined)

5th – ​Pusheen Ninjas vs. ​(To Be Determined)

Thurs. Feb. 6

3rd – ​Fire Boys vs. Golden Books

4th – ​The Books of Doom vs. ​(To Be Determined)

5th – ​Phantom Readers vs. ​(To Be Determined)

Fri. Feb. 7

3rd – ​Fire Reading Gummy Bears vs. Galaxy Ferrets

4th – (To Be Determined)

5th – (To Be Determined)

Battle Times:

3rd Grade: 11:25-11:45

4th Grade: 11:50-12:10

5th Grade: 12:15-12:35

Middle School Boundary Meeting 1/30/20

The Beaverton School District is having a Middle School Boundary Adjustment Meeting January 30, 2020 at 6:30pm at Meadow Park Middle School. Click on the link below for information about the meeting and current maps being considered.

https://v3.boardbook.org/Public/PublicAgenda.aspx?ak=1000186&mk=50364854&fbclid=IwAR0CgB54d9JUOl3YjsoGXwREJZ3AS037lfFtfBHolrNQIQtI2GTzsUe_qJw

Middle School Boundary Adjustment Meeting

The Beaverton School District’s Advisory Committee Meeting is scheduled to meet January 16, 2020 at 6:30pm at Highland Park Middle School. Please click on the image below for school district information about the boundary adjustment process and meetings.

Pizzicato Night Out

On December 10th, please plan to purchase Pizzicato at 14740 NW Cornell Road for lunch or dinner! Can’t dine in? Take out or purchase a gift card. Have a corporate event? Do you want to order catering for that day? This is an all day event! Make sure to show the flyer or mention Oak Hills.

Canned Food Drive

Our school is once again partnering with the Oregon Food Bank to collect non-perishable food items for those in need in our community. Please send non-perishable food items to school with your student starting Friday December 6th – Friday December 20th.

Items needed most include: 100% Fruit Juice Drinks, Holiday Foods, Fruits and Vegetables, Canned Fish and Chicken, Nuts, Shelf-Stable Milk, Rice, Beans, Pasta, Soups/Stews, Oatmeal, Canola and Olive Oil, Peanut Butter, Granola Bars and Popcorn.

Who will collect the most food?

Children/Families can drop off food in their classrooms – fill up the bag with your Favorite OREGON Football Team, or “Other” College Football Team, and the Football Team with the Most Donations Wins! Teacher’s whose Team loses will sport the Winning Team Gear.

Thank you for helping local families in need during this holiday season.

Mapel and Tesori Night Out

On December 5th, Mapel and Tesori Gifts in the Bethany Village Shopping Center will be offering a donation of 20% of all the sales that day. This is a perfect opportunity to get out and get some gifts for family, friends or yourself for the holidays! Tesori will be offering a Hot Chocolate Bar and Mapel will be offering Champagne at designated times.

PTO Snack Attack!

The snack pantry is up and running in the classrooms! The PTO is working to ensure that every child in our school has a snack each day because we all know that you can’t learn if you’re hungry. If you would like to donate to the snack pantry, please drop off your donation at the school office. We appreciate your support!