Newsletter -January 31, 2020
Black Wolf Bulletin
January, 31 2020; Issue 10
Dear Lakeside Families,
Happy Holidays to you! This week has been full of joyful celebrations! Our student council planned a very fun spirit week and added extra beauty to our school by asking students to design a holiday light bulb to Light Up Lakeside with Kindness. Each bulb includes special kind deeds that have been done in our school, homes, and community. We are proud of our students for the care and kindness they show. West High School's Madrigal singers made an appearance here this morning to sing Christmas carols down our hallways. It was quite a treat! Our school comes together at the end of the day on this last day for break for a holiday sing-a-long. It is a wonderful tradition we've all grown to love!
Although the holiday does not look snowy, we anticipate that January will bring us a great dumping of snow for fun-filled recesses! We expect boots are worn each day. Weather conditions can change fast and we want students to enjoy playing outside. Here are the winter recess expectations regarding what to wear on the playground:
Boots on the grass until late spring (when there is no snow, mud, etc.)
Boots and snow pants on the grass when there is snow in the grass
Boots on the blacktop when there is snow or slush on the blacktop
No boots needed if the blacktop is completely dry.
If there is snow on the blacktop and students do not have their boots on, there will be a small shoveled area between Doors 4 and 5 for students to stand in.
Have a wonderful holiday break! We look forward to seeing you again in 2020!
Please remember to send your children to school with warm clothes for inclement weather. This should include boots, hats, gloves, and a heavy jacket. All students will be outside before school, at recess, and lunch unless the temperature is below 10 degrees or a wind chill of below zero.
Temperatures and appropriate outside recess wear is:
Below 50 degrees- students need a coat
Between 50-60 degrees- students need to wear long sleeves
61 degrees and above- students choice (shorts are allowed)
February 2020 Calendar:
- 1/28/20 - 2/6/20 - Scholastic Book Fair
- 02/04/20 - Lakeside Conferences
- 02/04/20 - Grade 2 Field Trip to Oshkosh YMCA - Swimming (Every Tuesday till 3/10/20)
- 02/07/20 - School Celebration Trip to Oshkosh 20th St. YMCA
- 02/11/20 - Grade 2 Field Trip to Oshkosh YMCA - Swimming (Every Tuesday till 3/10/20)
- 02/12/20 - Early Release
- 02/14/20 - Valentines Day Classroom Parties
- 02/17/20 - No School for Students
LOST & FOUND
Please keep having students check lost and found items.
Please make sure all items are marked with children's name
COMMUNITY EVENTS: See what’s happening in your community!
For Resident Requests to attend a school WITHIN the Oshkosh
Area School District
Out-of-Attendance-Area School Applications to Attend
Another School IN the Oshkosh District
Due by Friday, February 28, 2020,
to the Oshkosh Area School District Office
215 South Eagle Street Oshkosh, WI 54902
The Oshkosh Area School District allows parents of resident students to request attendance at a
school other than their home school in the district. All requests will be handled administratively
following district policy, including compliance with W.I.A.A. rules, when appropriate.
Out-of-Attendance Area application forms with district guidelines are available in the school office
or at the following website link: https://www.oshkosh.k12.wi.us/families/enrollment
Parents requesting a K-12 out-of-attendance area school for their child must submit an
application to the Oshkosh Area School District office at 215 South Eagle Street, Oshkosh, WI
54902, no later than February 28, 2020. The district will notify parents if their request is
approved by the end of April. Any requests received after the deadline may be held for review
until after district-wide registration days in August 2020.
(For Requests to attend a school OUTSIDE the Oshkosh Area School District)
Public School Open Enrollment to Other School Districts
Applications due by 4:00 p.m. on April 30, 2020
Wisconsin’s inter-district public school open enrollment program allows parents to apply
for their children to attend school districts other than the one in which they live.
Students in 4-year-old Kindergarten to Grade 12 may apply to participate in open
enrollment. Parents should call their resident school districts to find out if their
preschool-aged children qualify for open enrollment.
The open enrollment application period for the 2020-21 school year is from February 3-
April 30, 2020. Late applications will not be accepted for any reason.
Parents may apply in one of two ways:
● On-line (recommended) at https://dpi.wi.gov/open-enrollment. (Accessible as of
● Although on-line application is recommended, paper applications may be obtained from
the Business Office at 215 South Eagle Street and must be delivered (hand-delivery is
recommended) to the nonresident school district.