Live Oak Elementary School

Growing Hearts and Minds, One Leader at a Time

Welcome

Falcon  
Welcome to Live Oak Elementary School!
Home of the Falcons 
and a "Leader in Me" School
Vision Statement

The Live Oak team will empower and equip student leaders as passionate and skilled 21st century learners and are committed to closing the achievement gap for all learners, as guided by and outlined in the FUESD Blueprint for Student Success, resulting in increased achievement for all students.

Mission Statement

At Live Oak Elementary we believe that students succeed in an atmosphere where children are engaged, take responsibility for their learning, and respect themselves and others, therefore, a safe learning environment, high standards, and leadership goals are of greatest priority. As a professional learning community, we believe in the worth of every student, and as a result, strive to enable each child to become a self-confident, skilled, and successful citizen, ready to embrace college and career goals.  It is our collective mission and expectation that the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People and the philosophies of the Leader in Me, will be developed, modeled, and fully integrated in everything we do at L.O.E. as we move toward achieving Lighthouse status from the Covey organization.
 
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News and Information

 


Go Red!  

10/31 Wear your LOE spirit shirt

ELAC  

Next ELAC Meeting:

6:00 pm, Wednesday, December 17, 2014  

Live Oak Elementary
 

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 DELAC Agenda:
 
 

Fall Harvest Festival 

WHEN: NOVEMBER 7th
TIME: 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. 
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REad all about it
 
 November 7th the second edition will be posted!!

School Site Council Agenda:
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piqe
 
Parent Institute for Quality Education
Begins September 9th-- 8 weeks 
GRADUATION: NOVEMBER 4th @ 6:00 p.m. 
        PIQE Schedule
 

Book Club: 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens
First Session: January 27th @ 8:30 a.m.
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 Parent Event was a huge success!
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On October 27, 2014, Live Oak Elementary School hosted our first parent and community event, "Leading and Growing, Together". The night was specifically designed for parents. Ultimately, the success of the student’s academic achievement rests on the figurative shoulders of strong parental involvement and dedicating funds for empowering and supporting my parent community. The night was a huge success and there will be more to come!

 

Several teachers offered break out sessions based on parent interest, offering “choice” for all participants:

·      Watch Your P's and Q's, Multiplication and division models (Carlos Magos - facilitator)

·      Inspiring greatness within each child (Danni Fieri - facilitator)

·      The power of parent involvement in early literacy K-2 (Tiffany Coates - facilitator)

·      What does reading comprehension mean? 3-6 (Kathy Garcia - facilitator)

·      Beat the testing blues (Casey Guajardo - facilitator)

·      Common Core State Standards K-6 (Lilly Ellefsen - facilitator).

·      The Native Language as a Basis for Success (Oscar Caralampio—Student Teacher and facilitator)

 
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Special Education Workshop Schedule
Monday Morning Workshop - October 13, 2014 - 10 am - 12 noon
Overview of the Unique Learning System
Some children who are working significantly below grade level will be using this standards-based curriculum starting with the 2014-2015 school year.  An overview of the structure, lessons and the progress monitoring tools available in Unique Learning System will be presented.
Click here to register online

October29Wednesday Evening Workshop Series - 6 pm - 8 pm 
Six sessions beginning October 29, 2014
Parenting the Love and Logic Way
Back by popular demand!  Designed to give you practical skills that can be used immediately.  See link below for more information.
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November8Saturday Morning Drop In Resource Fair - November 8, 2014 - 10 am - 12 noon
What Happens After High School?

For parents and family members of students with disabilities in middle school, high school and transition programs. Students are also encouraged to come!

Drop by any time between 10:00 am & 12:00 noon to meet with agencies that serve young adults with disabilities with day programs, employment, education and living services.

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November14Friday Morning Workshop - November 14, 2014 - 10 am - 12 noon
Pathways Make it - Take it Workshop

For parents and family members of young children (infant-toddler - early elementary school).

Come learn about and have time to create a Pathways -- a simple yet effective tool to capture all that families may want to tell teachers, doctors, care providers, and others about their hopes for their child, their child's interests and abilities, and any other important information.

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  espanolInformación en Español

Para aprender más sobre el consorcio NCCSE y el Comité Asesor Comunitario, vea la página web www.nccse.org/familia o escuche la grabación en la línea telefónica gratuita 1-888-797-5575.

Taller del lunes - 13 de octubre - 10 am - 12 pm 
Reseña del Programa de Estudios Unique Learning System
Unique Learning System es un plan de estudios basado en estándares de algunos estudiantes que trabajan significativamente al nivel inferior de su grado que utilizarán en sus aulas a partir del año escolar 2014-2015. Este taller será una reseña de la estructura, las clases diferenciadas y los instrumentos disponibles para monitorear el progreso en el sistema Unique Learning Systems

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Taller del jueves - 23 de octubre, 2014 - 6 pm - 8 pm - Presentado en español
A Nosotros Los Padres ¿Quién Nos Asesora?

Para familias que desean recibir información clave en español y orientarse en el sistema de Educación Especial. Si tiene dudas acerca del Programa de Educación Especial y los Servicios que su hijo recibe.  Si desea recibir información para apoyar la educación de su hijo, fuentes de información para apoyar a su hijo en casa, y orientación en la Internet localizando la página web de la escuela de su hijo, así también la página web del consorcio para educación especial NCCSE  

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Talleres del miércoles por la tarde - 6 pm - 8 pm
Una serie de seis talleres comenzando en 29 de octubre, 2014
Educando a los Hijos con Amor y Lógica
¡De vuelta por demanda popular!  ¡Este programa esta diseñado para que aprenda habilidades prácticas que pueden ser utilizadas inmediatamente!

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Taller del sábado - 8 de noviembre, 2014 - 10 am - 12 pm
¿Qué pasa después de la escuela preparatoria?

Para padres y tutores legales de estudiantes con discapacidades en escuela secundaria, preparatoria y programas de transición. Se les anima a los estudiantes para que también asistan.

Pase a cualquier hora entre las 10:00 am y las 12:00 pm a reúnase con agencias que dan servicios a los adultos jóvenes con discapacidades con programas durante el día / empleo, educación y servicios para la vivienda.

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Taller del viernes - 14 de noviembre, 2014 - 10 am - 12 pm
Pathways - taller de hacer y llevar

Para padres y familiares de niños pequeños (infancia a los primeros años de la escuela primaria).

Los participantes aprenderán acerca de y tendrán tiempo para crear un sendero (Pathways)- un instrumento simple pero eficaz para captar todo lo que las familias quisieran decirle a los maestros, médicos, proveedores de cuidado, y otros acerca de las esperanzas que tienen para sus hijos, los intereses y habilidades de sus hijos, y cualquier otra información importante.
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Parent Rights Notification 

North County Consortium for Special Education Trainings:

 PTA
Interested in donating items to your child's classroom?
Want to join us for the LOE PTA meetings?
 
Please view the suggested donations list and click on
the PTA Meetings link posted under our PTA tab!
Thank you!

Check out the County of San Diego
resources from the library:
 
 

The Leader in Me

Watch the Seven Habits music video featuring our 6th grade leaders!

 
 
 

 

 

LOE had 15 parent leaders complete an eight-week parent leader book club. Thanks to our school counselor, Marilyn Thompson and our PTA president, Nicole Weber, the participants read, collaborated, and shared their insights every Tuesday morning in Room B13 on the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families. Administration participated along the way, and witnessed great growth and empowerment in the graduates. They completed the journey with celebration potluck and certificates... in proper Covey fashion, everyone enjoyed “Sharpening the Saw” and taking a moment to celebrate!!

 
Parents  
 
 
Look at what LOE has implemented with the LIM already:
  • School-wide Instructional Framework and Admin. Expectations

  • Teacher Mission Statements

  • Back to School Night: each presentation

  • Kinder
  • Weekly Book club (7 habits of Highly Effective Families)

  • LIM curriculum—integrated in all we are doing in class

  • 7 habits school song and video

  • School environment (every nook and cranny of the school)

  • Leadership Coupons (demonstrating habits recognition)

  • Leaders
  • Student Leaders Office Support

  • Student Greeters in the classroom and for special visits/events

  • 7 habits lunch tables

  • Students
  • Student leader of the month assemblies each month

  • “Lead the way with PTA” (PTA membership drive) - parent leaders supporting student leaders

  • PTA
  • Reader Leaders (AR program): Read to the Principal (every Friday)

  • Parent Leadership Event “Learning and Growing, Together” (October 27th)LIM