Judith condon, principaL

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Hoot! Hoot! The application process for the
Angel Oak Elementary 4 YEAR OLD
(CHILD DEVELOPMENT, CD) program for the 2019-2020 Academic Year will begin on March 1, 2019.

Application materials will be available on this date. We will be sure to share on our web page and through our social media outlets as soon as these materials are available. Please see the link below for more information regarding this process:

Upcoming dates and events: ​

2/1: World Read Aloud Day (with special guest readers)
      Regular Dress Down Day
      Black History (African American History) Month begins
      2/2: Accelerated Art Class reception and Art Show, Gibbes Museum, 1-2 p.m.

2/4: SIC meeting, 6 p.m.

2/8: Regular Dress Down Day

2/11: Code Red Drill (this is a required safety/security drill)
2/12: Donuts with Dad (or other special adult male), 8-8:30 a.m. (*RSVP as soon as possible)

2/15: No School for Students/District Professional Development Day for Teachers

2/18: AOE Prospective Parent and Community Tour, 9 a.m.

2/20-2/22: Progress Reports go home
2/22: Dress Down Day theme: “Silly Hat” Day
2/26: Parenting Session, “Internet Safety: Keeping your Child Safe Online”, 5:30 p.m.
        PTA meeting, 6 p.m.

3/1:   Regular Dress Down Day

        Character Counts Celebration, 2 p.m. (for selected students) CD 4 year old registration for 2019-20 begins

Check out the November 2018 edition of the District 9 Newsletter and learn about all the great things our schools are doing!

D9 November Newsletter ENGLISH Final.pdf

D9 Newsletter SPANISH Final.pdf

Parents and Families: The learning doesn't stop at school! We need your help!


Click below to see ways that you can support your child in reading and math at home:

Supporting Your Child in Math and ELA at Home.docx

Have you ordered your Angel Oak Elementary
T-shirt yet? Get your spirit wear today!

Click on our RevTrack link to order your shirt:



-Any blue, white or orange collared shirt with NO designs

-School Spirit shirts designed with school logo

-Dark blue or khaki pants, shorts or skirts, must wear a belt (if belt holes exist)

-Blue cotton sweaters are acceptable.

-Sneakers preferred. Shoestrings and strapped must be tied or velcroed. Sandals must have a back strap to secure show to foot. Flip-flops are not allowed. 

***Please note that there will be many days scheduled throughout the year when the uniform is not required. (Spirit days, content-themed days, etc.) You will be notified in advance of these dates through your child's teacher, newsletter communication, etc.  





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Click on the link for our Summer Reading Program Information!
2017 CCSD Summer Reading Cover Letter (1).pdf
Cover letter 17 spanish (1).pdf
2017 Student Summer Reading Log.pdf