Posted 01/13/2021 10:11PM
In observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day school will be closed on Monday, January 18, 2021. Martin Luther King, Jr. was born on January 15, 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia. He was a Baptist minister and a civil rights activist, making a significant impact on race relations in the mid-1950s. He was a believer in nonviolent activism during the Civil Rights Movement.
Posted 01/14/2021 09:05PM
Do you want to know what's happening around our community and school? Once a month, the SaberCat Post, written by students from Ms. Giacomini's 5th grade class, will inform you about world news, sports, and how students think or feel about different topics. We hope you love reading these articles as much as we love writing them. Take care and always be safe!
Posted 01/14/2021 06:49PM
Our Students of the Month deserve a great big applause. Click the headline to see all the students who were honored this month for this achievement.
Posted 01/14/2021 01:16PM
Principal Greenfield surprised "Exhibiting Excellence Award" recipients at their homes this week to congratulate them on demonstrating key Habits of Mind traits. Let's give a big round of applause to our EEA recipients!
Posted 01/13/2021 10:47PM
Parent Cafe is a monthly session which takes place on the first Tuesday of the month at 9 a.m. through a Zoom call. Throughout the year Principal Greenfield shares presentations on a variety of topics, then opens the session for questions and answers.
Posted 01/13/2021 10:00AM
Riddles are a great way to knock the mind out of its routine cognitive habits and stimulate creative thinking in kids, adults, and mythic heroes alike. Help your child submit their solution to this week's riddle by Monday, January 18 at 6 p.m. Click headline for riddle and submission link.
Posted 01/07/2021 02:00PM
The Student Council is starting the year off with Spirit Week from January 11 - 15. Show your SaberCat spirit with these creative fun themes. Read the story for details.
Posted 01/07/2021 10:35AM
The events of this week remind us that a fundamental responsibility of public education in this country is to teach students the tenets of our democracy and the principles of the Constitution and the Republic.
Posted 01/07/2021 10:34AM
We look forward to the positive things that lie ahead for us as a school community in 2021. With distance learning expected for the rest of the school year, here are some helpful tips for you and your students.
Posted 01/06/2021 10:00AM
I am reaching out to remind you all how important it is for you to make sure your child has all the materials they need to participate in their distance learning classroom. Please read the article for more information.
Posted 12/13/2020 09:20PM
Kian G. from Ms. Giacomini's 5th grade class has launched the first ever podcast series for Silver Oak called "Eye of the Sabercat". Episode 6 is now available and includes an interview with Mrs. Hokanson. Happy listening!
Posted 12/09/2020 09:47PM
Hello, due to the new shelter in place guidelines, the process for picking up and returning your library books has changed. The process to request books has not changed. Please read the story for details. - Mrs. Hokanson
Posted 11/20/2020 02:10PM
At Silver Oak we pride ourselves on keeping parents up-to-date with all that is going on at our school. Working closely with Principal Greenfield and our Silver Oak staff, we are a team of volunteer parents dedicated to writing and creating stories about our school, PTO, and community news and events. If you are interested in helping with this worthwhile task, please read this article for more details.