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Friendship Grams

Friendship Gram Time 

This year there are 2 Options when purchasing Friendship Grams. 

The First Option: is a handwritten gram from you or your child for an Oasis students or staff, placed  inside of a  baggie containing a few pieces of candy for $.50 each.  (blank grams on reverse side) 

The Second Option: to add a specially designed Friendship Button (see below) to the friendship gram for $1.50. 

All Friendship Grams will be delivered on Wednesday afternoon of February 13, 2019, to the recipient's classroom.   Note:  Please include first and last name of sender for bookkeeper purposes. 

Consider sending friendship grams to your child's friends, teachers (past and present), staff members, and an      entire class.  Additional forms  - or can be printed from the school website under “Media Center.”  Friendship Grams will also be sold during lunch in the Café  -  Thursday, February 7,  through Tuesday, February 12.

Unfortunately we are unable to send friendship grams to Oasis High School and Oasis Middle School; but do not want friends and siblings to be left out. Please consider sending the friendship grams to the elementary student’s room who in turn can deliver to the recipient after school. 

We are asking for grams that are completed at home to be returned by end of the day Monday, February 11.

Please consider purchasing a class set of friendship grams (with candy or with candy and button) from your child to their classmates.  Simply send in the monies with a note stating the message  and a  parent volunteer will write the grams for each child.

This is a fundraiser for the OCESLibrary.  All proceeds will support the Library Reading Incentive    Programs: Reading Rainbow Bingo, SSYRA Jr. and SSYRA Programs, AR Fun Day and  our Battle of the Books.

 Blank Friendship Grams 

SSYRA Jr. Book Club

SSYRA Jr. Book Club K-2

Students in grades K-2 are welcome to join us to disucss the SSYRA Jr. Books.  

February 7, 2019

March 7, 2019

Please return the regristration form by Monday, December 17, 2018.  

Questions, contact - Mrs. R. Gamboa - [email protected] 

Volunteers Needed for these events.[email protected]

What if there was ONE thing you could do that would absolutely improve your child’s ability in school? What if it were free? Well, there is! Research has shown the single most important activity for building the knowledge for eventual success, is reading aloud to children. Jim Trelease, national reading expert and the author of The Read-Aloud Handbook, states that reading aloud to your child “conditions the child to associate reading with pleasure, creates background knowledge, and provides a reading role model.” I hear many parents say, “Sure I know I should read to my child, but who has time?” What if I told you it would take only 15 minutes a day?

Other Reasons Reading With Your Child Is Important
  • stimulates your child’s imagination
  • develops your child’s interest in reading and in books
  • improves your child’s listening skills
  • builds vocabulary
  • helps your child to understand stories and “book language”
  • creates a bond between you and your child
  • provides your child with a positive role model

Dairy Queen Spirit Night

Join us on Tuesday, February 26, anytime between 5:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. at 2525 Skyline Blvd. SPREAD THE WORD AS ALL SALES BETWEEN THIS TIME COUNT!  Enjoy a cold treat or dinner.  Drive Thru or Dine Inside.  Your support will benefit the OCES Library Reading Incentive Programs.

2018-2019 Oasis Library Program Sponsorship

A huge thank you to the Oasis Families who are at Cub and Panther Status Memeber of the Oasis Library Program Sponsorship.


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* Gary Neis, Inc. Air Conditioning & Plumbing 


* Grout Magnificent 


* SC Homes LLC 


Cub Status Memebers 

The Christiaens Family 

The Roelens Family 

The Larson Family 

The Wittmer Family 

The Wappler Family 

The Cooper Family 

The Hill Family 


Interested in being a Cub on Panther?  Please complete the sponsorship form

Important Information

About the Library

Students in grades 1-5 are allowed 3 books from the school library; at least 2 must be in their reading level.  Kindergarteners will start checking out 1 book at a time.  They must return the book before a new book is allowed. 
Students are responsible for the materials they check out from the Media Center. Students are reminded from Kindergarten to keep library books in backpacks when not being read. There are two very important reasons for this rule. One, if the book is in the student's backpack, the book is available for reading at home as well as at school. The other reason for this rule is that it helps students keep track of their books. If books are overdue, the student can retrieve the book from the classroom and return it later in the day, thus allowing them an opportunity to check out a new book. If the book is at home, outside of the backpack, it is more likely to be lost or forgotten. Please help us remind students of this rule.

Library News

Oasis parent Wilson Hawthorne pays tribute to this literacy king.

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All volunteers are welcome! Volunteers are needed to help shelve the huge number of books that are returned daily and assist students. There is also a need for volunteers during other library events: Book Fairs, Fall Festival,AR Fun Day....

Volunteer Opportunities 

SSYRA Jr. Book Club needs volunteers:[email protected]