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Standards Based Progress Reports

To view the presentation in a PDF click here – Oakridge Standards Based for Students presentation

Welcome Message – Lynne Wright, Principal Oakridge Elementary School

Hello Oakridge Students! I am so happy and excited! Do you know why? Let me tell you… I am lucky enough to be the principal at Oakridge Elementary School. At Oakridge, we know that every child has many great experiences, thoughts, and ideas to share.  We strive to provide a safe and welcoming environment where […]

Deeper Learning Equity Fellows

Principal Dr. Lynne Wright has been selected as one of fifteen Deeper Learning Equity Fellows nationwide. Oakridge Elementary School is part of the Deeper Learning movement. Learn more about this journey at https://www.equityfellows.org/ 

Blog Post 1/29-2/2

Driscoll- Humanities  This week has been very exciting! We switched classes and now Mrs. Gallion and Mrs. Sanguino’s homerooms will be coming to me and Ms. Tem for the second quarter. We hit the ground running, reviewing the difference between fact and opinion and reviewing topic vs. main idea. Students started to read 3 different […]

One World, Many Stories

Oakridge School Pledge: We Take Care of Ourselves. We Take Care of Each Other. We Take Care of This Place.

One World, Many Stories

Oakridge School Pledge: We Take Care of Ourselves. We Take Care of Each Other. We Take Care of This Place.

Presentation of Learning update!

Please join our students at the second quarter Presentation of Learning! Two days/times to come see all the hard work our students have accomplished this quarter: Wednesday, January 24th, 2:00-5:00pm Be sure to have your student guide you through their group’s projects after school! Thursday, January 25th, 10:30am-12:00pm    

Week of 1/8/18-1/12/18

Driscoll-Humanities This week was very busy! Students learned new prefixes that will help them with STEM: kilo and milli. Every literature circle group had their second discussion- students had very interesting and thoughtful questions for their peers! Students also continued their work in social studies (learning about ancient Greece), and explored texts that use the […]

Blog Post 12/18/17-12/21/17

Driscoll-Humanities Students had a busy week before break- they learned about the roots jur/jus, what a counterclaim is in an opinion essay and why authors include one. They then worked with a partner and color-coded a student example essay to find all elements of an opinion essay. They also added a counterclaim to their own […]