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.
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.
News and Information
Last Day of Instruction/Último día de instrucción:
The TenMarks Summer Program is proven to reverse summer learning loss and build a strong foundation in core math skills for students finishing up grades 1 - Algebra 2. For more information, click here to view the flyer.
Potter Junior High School's 6th Grade Parent Information Night
Flyer: English Version
Flyer: Spanish Version
Office Depot 5% Back To Schools Program
Help Your School Earn Free Supplies!
This unique program for schools can not only benefit your
school now, but help keep them in free supplies all year long. All you need to
do is make a qualifying purchase* at Office Depot and present your school's 5%
Back to Schools program ID - and we'll take care of the rest. (Download a list
of qualifying products.)
How Does It Work?
Shop at Office Depot for all of your school and office
Present your school's 5% Back To Schools ID number when you
shop online, over the phone or at your neighborhood Office Depot store.
Office Depot will offer your school credits equal to 5% of
the qualifying purchases in the form of an Office Depot Merchandise Card that
can be used towards FREE supplies!
Our School ID Number:
Spread the Word!
Print our 5% Back to Schools promotional flyer or ID cards with your school's 5% Back
to Schools ID number and distribute to parents, teachers and school supporters.
Forgot to use your school's ID number when making a
Past purchases made within the current calendar quarter can
still be entered for credit! To give 5% of your qualifying school or office
supply purchases back to a school in the form of merchandise credits, just
follow these simple steps:
For In-store Purchases: Simply bring your receipt and your school's 5%
Back to Schools ID number to your local Office Depot location and ask a store
associate to apply your purchase to the school of your choice!
For Online/Phone Purchases: Click Here to simply complete our short form
using your school's contact information or 5% Back to Schools ID number and the
order number that was provided for you online or over the phone at checkout.
NCCSE CAC March Newsletter 2015
If your child receives educational support services through an Individualized Education Program (IEP), or if you are wondering if your child may be eligible for these services, click below to read the newsletter.
Check out the County of San Diego
resources from the library:
The Leader in Me
The Leader In Me at L.O.E.
What is The Leader In Me?
"Based on The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, The Leader In Me equips students with the self-confidence and skills they need to thrive in the 21st-century economy." (www.leaderinme.org)
A Common Language: The 7 Habits
"When everyone - teachers, students, and parents - begin using the same language, you get a compound-interest effect that is truly amazing. The 7 Habits create that common language. For example, what a difference it makes when everyone knows what it means to 'put first things first' or to 'seek first to understand' or to 'be proactive.' Leader In Me Schools often find their students using the language among themselves and with their parents: 'I need to put first things first and do my homework before I play'..." (www.leaderinme.org)
Look at what LOE has implemented with the LIM already:
Local Fallbrook doctor, Dr. Winton teaching GATE students the cardiovascular system
First grade math centers
The Transitional Kindergarten Class
Live Oak Elementary welcomes Leader In Me Coach, Ms. Kathy Lesser
Teachers with Leader In Me Coach Kathy Lesser
Student Leaders with Leader In Me Coach Kathy Lesser
The San Marcos Team visits LOE and are welcomed by our Student Leader Greeters!
Mr. Stillman's 6th grade class performs the "7 Habits Song: for the San Marcos Team.
Assistant Principal Mrs. Porter spending time with students during lunch
We continue to expand our Leader in Me opportunities and grow inspirational leaders at Live Oak!
Parent Night: February 5th, 2015:
Student Office Greeter Leaders lead the way as soon as you walk through the front office
6th grade student leaders read and review literacy skills with first grade peers
GATE leaders led a service project to give back to our local senior center
Peer leaders from Fallbrook High School influence LOE students in Dual Immersion
Classroom Environments that reflect the 7 Habits---everywhere!
Physical Fitness leaders on and off the field!
Student Council Leadership Officer for 14-15
7 Habits and the 7 Continents...Literacy Night~ Travel Around the World
Reader Leaders celebrating the end of the Trimester at the AR Pizza Party with the Principal
Jeans for Troops fundraiser...student leaders led the way on Veteran's Day
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!!
School-wide Instructional Framework and Admin. Expectations
Teacher Mission Statements
Back to School Night: each presentation
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)