Kindergarten Turn Themselves into Caterpillars

In the library this week with Ms. Russo and Ms. Johnson, Kindergarten library classes read the classic Eric Carle book, “The Very Hungry Caterpillar”. Students put together their own caterpillar costumes as a follow up activity to reading the book. They were very excited to turn themselves into caterpillars!

Jr./Sr. High School – High Honor/Honor Rolls – April 2018

OPPENHEIM-EPHRATAH – ST. JOHNSVILLE CENTRAL SCHOOL HIGH HONOR ROLL – 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR 3rd MARKING PERIOD The High Honor Roll award will be given to students with an average of 90 or better. The Honor Roll award will be given to students with an average between 85 and 89. 7th Grade Bella Case Olivia Chromczak …

Letter from Superintendent Halloran about school walk outs

Dear Parents and Students: As you know, in response to the recent school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, many students and student-groups across the nation have organized demonstrations to protest gun violence. As part of these demonstrations, on March 14, 2018, some students chose to “walk out of school”. At OESJ, those …

OESJ Elementary March Wolf Awards

The March Wolf Award recipients are: Kindergarten: Dylan Williams, Kahlan Crozier, Ryan Clifford 1st Grade: Magdalene Young, Kamryn VanValkenburgh, Penelope Clauson 2nd Grade: James Thomas, Brooke Foote, Kamirynn Guyer-Baker 3rd Grade: Rebecca Johnson, Kendall Christman 4th Grade: Karyn Castellano, Mira Norris, Jordan May 5th Grade: Andrea Manners, Maddison Simonds, Lily Johnson, Jahdia Austin 6th Grade: …

10th Graders Participate in “Stronger Than Hate” Project

Students from Miss. McAleese’s 10th grade English class participated in project titled, “Stronger than Hate,” after studying the Holocaust in their Global class and reading “Night,” by Elie Wiesel. Students were asked to create and participate in their own community project geared toward combating hate in their communities. Many students created surveys to gather statistics …

XtraMath Fact Master – Collin Eakin

Fifth grader, Collin Eakin, is the first student at OESJ Elementary to ever complete the XtraMath program. XtraMath is an online program used to help students master their math facts in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. First, Collin was able to complete all his math facts in three seconds. Next, he was put in the …

March Math Madness

Students in grades 1-6 competed in March Math Madness. On day 1 of the competition, all students took a timed addition test. Students with the highest scores continued in the competition. In 1st and 2nd grade, we had a “Sweet 22” Magdalene Young, Calvin Eakin, Joshua Walrath, Cade Bergen, Brooke Foote, Callie Gray, Nathan Haversat, …

Math & Movement Family Fun Night

On March 28th, the OESJ Elementary School sponsored a Math and Movement Family Fun Night. Math and Movement is a kinesthetic, multi-sensory approach to teaching math that incorporates physical exercise, stretching, cross-body movements and yoga. The program uses visually pleasing floor mats that allow children to practice basic skills while using visual, auditory and kinesthetic …

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