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Gehringer Elementary School

Oakley Union ESD

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    Gehringer’s Parent Community Liaison/ Enlace de la Comunidad de Padres de Gehringer

    Cynthia Flores
    Let's welcome our new Parent Community Liaison, Cynthia Flores. Read Cynthia's Hello Letter here!

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    Kindness Certified School

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    Vision & Mission Statement

    Vision
    Gehringer Elementary School is a safe and supportive learning community dedicated to developing lifelong learners and responsible citizens in a global society. 
    Mission
    Our mission is to support each child’s educational journey in a kind and caring environment, where students are empowered to discover their strengths and achieve their full potential.

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    2022/2023 Bell schedule and volunteers on campus

    Find the latest information regarding updated bell schedule and volunteers on campus for the 2022/2023 school year here and here.

     

     

    11th annual read to grow event

    english read to grow  spanish read to grow

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    attendance awareness month

    HAPPY ATTENDANCE AWARENESS MONTH!

    While September is Attendance Awareness Month, our district’s pledge is to create a culture of achievement for every student, every day, all year long! This year, our commitment is to continue to provide a safe learning environment while we focus on re-establishing good attendance habits and family connections.

    “Showing up” is a valuable life habit – it represents more than attendance, it’s an attitude – it’s showing up, being present, and being engaged. It’s also a great way to celebrate the start of our new school year. According to the research, attending school every day possible:

    • Helps kids get back on track and recover lost momentum
    • Promotes student learning and increases chances of graduation
    • Helps kids feel better about school and themselves
    • Improves mental health through socializing, developing friendships, building   empathy and forming lasting relationships with peers
    •  Allows for a personalized learning experience that keep students from falling behind

    Evidence shows when families and schools have strong relationships, children are more likely to stay in school, graduate and do well academically and socially. With you and your family on our team, we will successfully prepare, educate and inspire every student.

    Thank you for your dedication to show up all year long!

    Jeff Palmquist
    Superintendent


    ¡FELIZ MES DE LA CONCIENCIACIÓN DE LA ASISTENCIA!

    Como septiembre es el Mes de Concienciación sobre la Asistencia, el compromiso de nuestro distrito es crear una cultura de éxito para cada estudiante, todos los días y ¡durante todo el año! Este año, nuestro compromiso es continuar a ofrecer un ambiente de aprendizaje seguro mientras nos enfocamos en restablecer buenos hábitos de asistencia y conexiones entre las familias.

    “Presentarse” es un hábito de vida valioso: significa más que asistencia, es una actitud: es aparecerse, estar presente y participar. Es también una excelente manera de celebrar el comienzo de nuestro nuevo año escolar. Según los estudios, asistir a la escuela todos los días posibles:

    • Ayuda a los niños volver a la normalidad y recuperar tiempo perdido
    • Promueve el aprendizaje de los estudiantes y aumenta las posibilidades de graduación
    • Ayuda a los niños a sentirse mejor acerca de la escuela y de sí mismos
    • Mejora la salud mental a través de la socialización, el crecimiento entre amistades, la creación de empatía y la formación de relaciones duraderas con los compañeros
    • Permite una experiencia de aprendizaje personalizada que evita que los estudiantes se queden atrás

    La evidencia muestra que cuando las familias y las escuelas tienen relaciones sólidas, es más probable que los niños permanezcan en la escuela, se gradúen y les vaya bien académicamente y socialmente. Con usted y su familia siendo parte de nuestro equipo, vamos a poder preparar, educar, e inspirar con éxito a cada estudiante.

    ¡Gracias por su dedicación para presentarse durante todo el año!

    Jeff Palmquist
    Superintendent

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    school lunch
    In the state of California all students are able to receive a free school lunch. For this reason, we need all families to complete the online meal application. It should only take a few minutes to complete. We will have computers available at Walk-Thru or you can complete the application prior to coming us here.

    Please take a screen shot or print your completion page and bring that with you to Walk-Thru so we know you have completed this portion of the process. Please call the office between the hours of 8-4:00 at 625-7070 if you have any questions. 

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    Nixle

    Or just Text zip code "95461" to 888777 and add your e-mail address to the Nixle system.

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    AFFORDABLE CONNECTIVITY PROGRAM

    The FCC has launched the Affordable Connectivity Program 
    (ACP) which helps low-income households pay for broadband service and internet connected devices; the $14.2 billion successor to the Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) program. 

    Eligible households to receive:

    • Discounts up to $30 per month on internet service
    • Discounts up to $75 per month on internet service if the household is on qualifying tribal lands
    • A one-time discount up to $100 for a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet from participating providers (with a co-payment of more than $10 and less than $50)

    Families can enroll and find additional information here: Affordable Connectivity Program

     

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    Uniform Complaint Procedure

    The Oakley Union Elementary School District annually notifies our students, employees, parents or guardians of its students, the district advisory committee, school advisory committees, appropriate private school officials, and other interested parties of the Uniform Complaint Procedures (UCP) process.
    The Oakley Union Elementary School District is primarily responsible for compliance with federal and state laws and regulations, including those related to unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation or bullying against any protected group, and all programs and activities that are subject to the UCP.

    2022 - 2023 OUESD Safety Plan

    OUESD Covid Information

      update from superintendent

    OUESD Update

    Letter to the Community

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    Absence Reporting

    It is extremely important that you report your child's absence to the office. The office needs to carefully track all Covid related symptoms and possible illness due to Covid.
    Your child's absence MUST be cleared prior to them returning to school or they will not be let into the classroom.
    Please call the absence line at
    625-7072 to report all absences. 
    Thank you for helping to keep all students safe. 

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    Opt in for Text Messages

    Opt in to receive Text Messaging Service for Gehringer. More information here.

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    Upcoming Events

    9/17: Read To Grow Event at O'Hara Park 10am-12pm

    9/30: Minimum Day

    10/3-10/14: Fall Break - No School

    11/1: Staff development day - No School

    11/11: Veteran's Day - No School

    11/21-11/25: Thanksgiving Holiday - No School

    12/22: Minimum Day

    12/23 - 1/6: Winter break - No School

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