We are excited to announce the 2020 American Legion School Award winner for O'Loughlin Elementary School. Bryson Dumler was chosen by the Fifth Grade Teacher's Team as the student who demonstrated high standards in many honorable characteristics including, integrity, patriotism, civic engagement, and academic performance. Bryson is pictured with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Dumler, and Fifth Grade Teachers, Mrs. Sarah Smith, Mrs. Oborny, and Mrs. Zimmerman. Mrs. Herl was unable to be present for pictures. We are Proud of you Bryson! Congratulations to you and your parents!
Good Morning O'Loughlin Families! This is a reminder that you may drop off your iPads today from 11:00 to 1:00. Please note a LOCATION CHANGE: Drive through the front circle drive and drop them off in the busing zone near the south exit door. This will also be in effect tomorrow, June 30, from 3:00-5:00.
iPad Check-in for O'loughlin Elementary is scheduled for Monday, June 29 from 11:00-1:30 and Tuesday, June 30 from 3:00-5:00. Please drive by the cafeteria door for drop-off. Check emails for additional information.
O'Loughlin PTA: The O'Loughlin school supply sale ENDS THIS FRIDAY!! 📌Order online 📌 Save time and money 📌 Avoid crowds rmd.me/XCxO13JZIC8
FREE FHSU Virtual STEAM camp!! Very cool opportunity for our Soaring Eagles!! https://www.fhsu.edu/news/2020/05/fort-hays-state-hosts-smei-virtual-summer-camps
We love seeing our Soaring Eagles in the news! Congratulations Isaac Bloom! Dream Big! https://hayspost.com/posts/5ec98958ebfb13423b260930
1) Congratulations @TabathaRosproy on being named the 2020 National Teacher of the Year. Way to represent the great state of Kansas! @ksdehq @CCSSO #NTOY20
Thank you to all the students and families that drove by on Friday to say goodbye for the summer and pick up their end-of-the-year packet. It was great to see you and I am looking forward to having you back in the building in August. If you were unable to stop by Friday, please stop by the O'Loughlin Office to pickup your packet this week. Office hours for pickup, 8:30-3:30, Monday-Thursday.
We Love Mrs. Burns! Congratulations to the Hays Post Teacher of the Month! https://hayspost.com/posts/5eb05e5ceb7f1705360421e1
Don’t forget this Padlet link has lots of fun and educational links for all our specials. It is also under the student tab on our website! https://padlet.com/gjohnson19/og8kmtzosmkr
O'Loughlin Pickup for school supplies and devices is going great today. Drive by anytime before 2:00! Hope to see you soon!
We miss our students SO Much! We hope this brings a smile to your face! https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=JFVw21zE2w8
Please fill out the following survey as it will help in planning for school closures due to COVID-19. https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=94UWZhZ47ECINHQtXXKlDfrLY5waI85AuDZEsUgwK3RUN1hUUlRPTjFIRE42U1FGUVBQSURIT1dETy4u
Hays USD 489: Due to concerns with the possible risk associated with Covid 19, Hays Public Schools has been recommended by the Kansas State Department of Education to cancel school and all school activities the week of March 16-20. We will also be off the following week for our scheduled Spring Break. We will continue to monitor and update you with any additional information in regards to school restarting on March 30th.
Please click the link and answer the survey question regarding possible Hays USD 489 curbside lunch pickup during the week of March 16-20. https://tinyurl.com/rhotfsz
With the recent attention to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and precautions necessary to prevent the spread, USD #489 is committed to ensuring the health and safety of our students, staff and the community. USD #489 is coordinating with the Ellis County Health Department, KDHE and community health partners to closely monitor COVID-19. Currently, the risk to the general US public is low. USD #489 will continue to diligently monitor and inform the public of any potential risks. CDC, KDHE and ECHD recommend standard precautions to protect yourself and loved ones. Standard precautions include: • Avoid close contact with people who are sick. • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands. • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available. • To keep from spreading respiratory illness to others, you should: o Stay home when you are sick. o Cover your cough and sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash. o Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces. • Access additional information from the following two websites o http://www.kdheks.gov/coronavirus/ o https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html
One Book, One School What does Evan think Scott Spencer is going to do with the money he stole? Evan admits why he didn’t want Jessie in his class at school. What was the reason?
One Book, One School Jessie thought that not getting in the water at the beach was what? When Evan saw his clothes, what 2 things did he notice were different about them?
One Book, One School questions 3. Where did Jessie hide the key to her lockbox? 4. When Evan looks into Jessie’s lockbox, he sees all of her bills with the faces of what 3 people on them?
One Book, One School questions 1. How many cups of lemonade did Evan sell before someone noticed the bugs? 2. How much money did Evan spend on the lemonade that he had to throw out?
One Book, One School 3. Mrs. Treski offers Jessie scrambled eggs for breakfast, what does Jessie have instead? 4. Jessie adds some nasty things to Evan’s lemonade, name 2 of them.
One Book,One School 1. What was the fine for crossing the threshold into Evan’s room without permission? 2. Evan keeps his money in a wood box, where did it come from?
One Book, One School questions Chap 10 3. After Evan becomes upset with Jessie for telling him what to do, what does Jessie call him? 4. Who’s Grimpminster Fink?
One Book, One School Questions Chap 10 1. Who says ‘Well quit looking at me, would ya? It’s creepifying?’ 2. What does Jessie suggest to Evan so that he would get more loft for his marble? After Evan becomes upset with
Reminder for USD 489 students—Early Release tomorrow, February 12. Please pick students up promptly at 1:00 so staff can attend a professional development meeting. Thank You!
One Book, One School What did Sally offer to Megan and Jessie after settling the money? What does Megan intend to do with all of the money she earns from the lemonade stand?
One Book, One School questions According to Jessie’a calculations, no kid could earn $100 in just 5 days by selling Lemonade, why? How long did it take for franchisee Sally K night sell her lemonade?
One Book, One School. Chapter 6 part 2 1. What seemed unfair to Jessie about the boys’ lemonade? 2. Why is the boys’ stand beating the girls’ stand?
One Book, One School chap 6 pt 1 How many empty cans of lemonade did Jessie find in the kitchen? How many possible sales could be made from 12 cans of mix?
One Book, One School questions Chap 5 3. What is Evan’s nickname for Jessie? 4. Jessie claims she’s going to donate her earnings to which charity?
One Book One School Chap 5 1. After Jessie scraped the dishes, what was Evan’s job? 2. Evan used ingredients from three different beverages for his lemonade stand. What were they?
One Book, One School questions Chap 3-4 3. If it costs 50 cents to make a cup of lemonade, and they sell 14 cups for $1 each, how much money did Evan and Scott make?
One Book, One School questions Chap. 3-4 1. What is the better place to sell lemonade, corner or driveway? 2. What does Evan want to buy with his money from the lemonade stand?
One Book One School Trivia Chap 1 & 2: 3. What were Evan and Jessie doing when the letter arrived? 4. What book does Jessie read to try to take away her confusion and feelings about Evan?
One Book One School Trivia for Chap 1 & 2: 1. Why does Evan prefer having the lights off when he’s in the basement? 2. What week of the year is it when the story opens?
It’ all about TEAM. Love our students that are loyal to their favorite team and stand up and show it. That’s part of integrity and staying true to what you believe. Thanks for your courage to show your colors during a week when we celebrate the Chief’s. I am proud of you and respect the way you “SOAR!”
If you were unable to attend the celebration today, here’s a video that our amazing staff put together to show the students how proud they are of them! https://youtu.be/kqDKnSzYGLI
KDHE recommendation for Influenza: Persons with a Dr. diagnosed case of Influenza should remain in home isolation (e.g. excluded from school) for five days following onset of illness or until fever free for 24 hours without the aid of fever reducing medications, whichever is longer.