Judith condon, principaL

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The 3 year old application process opens March 15th!

Please see this link for details: this

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.

Here is a link to the application materials:   application materials

Please see the link below for more information regarding this process:

Upcoming dates and events: ​


March 2019

Character Word of the Month “Individuality”

3/1: Regular Dress Down Day CD 4 year old registration for 2019-20 begins

3/4-3/8: Read Across America Week
3/5: Tornado Drill

3/6: Visiting Author in Media Center

3/7-3/8: 5th grade Overnight Seewee trip

3/8: "Dr. Seuss” themed Dress Down Day

3/12: Multicultural Day, 9-12:30 p.m., Multipurpose room (all grade levels will attend during allotted times)
3/15: Regular Dress Down Day

3/16: Bohicket Chili Cook-off (PTA participating)

3/18-3/22: Wellness Week at AOE

3/19: Fire Drill

3/20: 1st grade performance: "The Day the Crayons Quit”

3/22: Early Release, Dismissal Begins at 1:10 p.m.

3/25-3/29: Spring Break, No School for Students

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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2017 CCSD Summer Reading Cover Letter (1).pdf
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2017 Student Summer Reading Log.pdf