Orange Charter School Carpool Group Page Orange Charter School has arranged a free carpool matching service for you at Carpoolworld! We are very pleased to have you join us in commuting more efficiently and helping to save the natural environment while you save on your transportation expenses.
Reserve your spot in our new After-School Program by submitting your registration form and $35 fee to the main office. These forms are available in the main office or by clicking here. The program will serve students in grades K-8 and offer academic support, structured physical activities, games, crafts, technology enrichment, and a Leadership Training Program […]
OCS Parents, Thank you for the central role you’ve played in our undeniable success this school year!!! Your feedback is needed to help inform our priority areas for improvement and long-range planning. Survey completion should take between 5-10 minutes. Click here to access the survey or go to: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ocsparentpulsespring2014
Spring is here and so is spring clean-up. Please join us Saturday May 10th from 9a – 1p for a campus spring clean-up. Bring a lunch, tools and a wheelbarrow. We will be laying mulch, cutting trees and weeding. We’ll also have some time to socialize and eat Popsicles. This is a great way to meet your four hour […]
Orange Charter Families, Parent volunteerism is on the upswing at Orange Charter School! We currently have six outstanding candidates vying for three open positions on our Board of Directors. The BOD and I work together to oversee all aspects of the school’s operation, therefore it would be hard to overstate the importance of our upcoming […]
It’s Friday afternoon and I’ve just witnessed the middle school “lip sync” assembly. I have what has become a frequent part of my life since joining Orange Charter 6 years ago, an enormous feeling of pride. I am proud because kids who are normally shy and soft-spoken felt comfortable enough to get up on stage […]
Recently while preparing for our upcoming Kindergarten unit, “My Community,” I paused to reflect on what community means, exactly, in the year 2014. Community. Webster’s defines it as: a group of people who live in the same area (such as a city, town, or neighborhood) a group of people who have the same interests, religion, race, […]
Source: Scholastic.com 1. Nourishing the Meal Time Have your kids read recipes aloud to you while you’re cooking dinner. From ingredient lists to cooking directions, this kind of family reading will help build vocabulary, fluency… and dessert! 2. Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? While your family is eating together, discuss what your favorite characters would have […]