Oakland's theme for 2017-18:
Charlie and The Chocolate Factory!
Chief Josie Currie welcomes Jim Jaggers with "GO JIM GO" to Oakland Elementary School.
Celebrating Black History Month in style!!!!!
OES faculty, staff, and students celebrate 100 days of school by dressing up like hundred-year-olds!!!
OES 2017 Spelling Bee Winners
First-grade students have so much fun attending "The Festival of Trees" sponsored by the Carl Perkins Center.
OES Stars helping each other work on measurement!!!
Louise Marino's kindergarten class show Unity!!!
First PBIS reward day was a big hit!!!
Melissa Monti's Kindergarten ESL students doing letter recognition
Way to go 3rd grade !!!!!!!
Chief Josie Currie along with OES Students, Faculty and Staff show off their camouflage attire !!!
OES Stars show off their Superhero Skills!!!!
OES students used colored tape to duct tape Chief Josie Currie to the wall to raise money for "Go Jim Go". All proceeds will go to LeBonheur Children's Hospital.
Chief Josie Currie is surrounded by OES supporters who made sure she was securely duct taped to the wall!!!!
OES students have fun making bubbles in Laura Palkners Stem Class.
Mrs. Guthrie's Pre-k class enjoy a day of eating candy apples!!!!
Fifth grade rocked out Halloween with their costumery!!!!
Chief Dr. Fabre Ford: OES teachers love you!!!!!!
OES students celebrate "Animal Day" Lions, Tigers, and Bears, Oh My!
Amazing Solar Eclipse moment!!!!! OES Bookfair with Mrs. Grisham
Mrs. Matheny's class show off their Red, White and Blue Patriotic colors.
OES students celebrate "Moments with Mom"
"Moments with Mom" Tushek Family
"Moments with Mom"!!! Motley Family
Chief Currie and Deputy Chief Dr. Harris gear up to have pie thrown in their faces by OES students
Deputy Chief Dr. Harris gets a pie in the face by her daughter Taraja. Sweet!!!!!
OES 5th grade Star Academy students donate supplies for Hurricane Harvey victims
OES students get ready to run during OES Boosterthon/ Fun run
Chief Josie Currie says get ready-set-go!!!!!
OES students had so much fun flexing their leg muscles and running skills!!!
2nd-grade students show off their flag
2nd-grade teachers love autographs!
2nd grade is ready to run!!!
Mrs. Beaman's class had so much fun that they all needed a break!!!
4th-grade students make pin wheels
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