News & Announcements

October is National Bullying Prevention Month

What are we doing at Oak Point Elementary School to prevent bullying this month?
 Each month, a different grade level will be decorating our lobby bulletin board in an anti-bullying theme of their choosing. This month, the 5th grade class will be decorating the bulletin board.
 Bullying prevention will be addressed in classroom guidance lessons and through a series of announcements providing our students with uplifting words of kindness and encouragement each morning.
 Students will be visited by McGruff the Crime Dog! This date will be announced soon.
 Oak Point will participate in a dress-up week to bring awareness to bullying prevention, including participation in National Unity Day by wearing orange.

PTO Spooktacular is October 29

We will be having our Fall Spooktacular event on October 29th during school hours. There will be games for the students during their PE time. Treats will be provided as well. Students may wear costumes, but no costume masks or face paint can be worn. Students must wear their covid face masks. No accessories (such as swords, etc) to the costumes can be brought to school.

50th Day of School - October 19

OPES will celebrate the 50th day of school by dressing in styles of the 1950s. Ideas include: a poodle skirt, blouse and scarf, capris and jacket, Leather jacket, white tee, and jeans.

Picture Day is Thursday, September 16

Chose your favorite outfit, comb your hair, and put on your best smile! School picture day is approaching and we want everyone to have their picture in our OPES yearbook. Photographers will begin early, so be on time to school for this special day.

OPES Buddy Bench

We are thrilled to add a Buddy Bench to our playground! It will create friendships for years to come.
A BIG THANK YOU to Steven Mitchell of Royal Mouldings in Marion who designed, built, and painted the bench. He's an extremely talented artist, and we are so thankful for his hard work and contribution to our school!
Also, thank you to Renee Roark who came up with the idea, and Kim Barton who
contacted Royal Mouldings and made this happen
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