Live Oak Elementary School

Growing Hearts and Minds, One Leader at a Time

Welcome

 

WE NEED YOUR HELP!
We want to hear from you on how we can keep Live Oak Elementary a Leader In Me School. One way is hearing what you have to say on our: 

 California Healthy Kids Survey

 Please log in now with the link and access code listed below and let us know how we are doing!
Thank you! 

General Survey:

Survey Link: https://surveys.wested.org/chks/AT632VQ
School Code (case sensitive): ZD43DP 
 

Parent School Climate Survey with Military 2014-15:

Survey Link:  https://surveys.wested.org/csps/PE236TM?lang=en
Survey Code (case sensitive): CA44WR 
 

Encuesta para los Padres sobre el Clima Escolar 2014-15:

Survey Link: https://surveys.wested.org/csps/PE236TM?lang=es
Survey Code (case sensitive): CA44WR
  

Staff School Climate Survey 2014-15:

Survey Link: https://surveys.wested.org/csps/KN664GD?lang=en 
Survey Code (case sensitive): QA24QW  

 
 
 
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.
 
LOE Staff  
 
 
 
 
 


News and Information

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 supplies

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: 
 
Office Depot School ID  

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 purchase?

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.

  

 
 
 
 Safety Net - Smart Cyber Choices
 

W.H. Frazier & Live Oak Elementary Schools Internet Safety Presentation

The Internet is an amazing place where kids like to spend lots of time socializing and exploring. Unfortunately, they often encounter too much too soon. The San Diego Police Foundation is providing tools to help families manage their online lives. Learn about Snapchat, Instagram, KiK, Facebook, Yik Yak, and more. Parent and caregivers are invited to attend this important community event at Frazier Elementary School.
 
DATE: Thursday, March 19, 2015
TIME: 6:00-7:15 p.m. Presentation 
WHO: Parents and caregivers 
WHERE: WH Frazier Elementary
 1835 Gum Tree Lane
 Fallbrook, CA 92028
 
For more information, please click here to view the flyer:
 
 
 

 
 

Read Across America  

Read Across America 2015 

Attention Falcon Families!  

Live Oak School is excited to celebrate the nineteenth annual Read Across America, in observance of Dr. Seuss’s birthday we would like to invite you come and read to one of our classes.

The theme this year is “Oh, the Places You Will Go”! At Live Oak we focus on our student leaders being College and Career Ready. Knowing that reading is a large part of any student’s academic success, we are asking members of our community to share their love of reading with our school children. It is important for students to hear from you about the impact reading has had on your life and career.

Our reading party will take place on Wednesday, March 4 :

8:30am- 9:30 a.m.

or

 9:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m. 

So please mark your calendars now, and call our secretary, Sandy Clark to schedule your reading time!  (760) 731-4430 

Respectfully, 
Mrs. Kerr                  Mrs. Porter
Principal                 Assistant Principal
 

 

 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. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
Click here to see LOE's awesome Leader in Me Video:
We see the leader in you!
Admin  
 
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WE NEED YOUR HELP!
We want to hear from you on how we can keep Live Oak Elementary a Leader In Me School. One way is hearing what you have to say on our: 

 California Healthy Kids Survey

 Please log in now with the link and access code listed below and let us know how we are doing!
Thank you! 

General Survey:

Survey Link: https://surveys.wested.org/chks/AT632VQ
School Code (case sensitive): ZD43DP 
 

Parent School Climate Survey with Military 2014-15:

Survey Link:  https://surveys.wested.org/csps/PE236TM?lang=en
Survey Code (case sensitive): CA44WR 
 

Encuesta para los Padres sobre el Clima Escolar 2014-15:

Survey Link: https://surveys.wested.org/csps/PE236TM?lang=es
Survey Code (case sensitive): CA44WR
  

Staff School Climate Survey 2014-15:

Survey Link: https://surveys.wested.org/csps/KN664GD?lang=en 
Survey Code (case sensitive): QA24QW  

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The Potter Junior High school English Learner Parent Advisory Committee

and the San Diego sheriff’s department present:

How to protect your child from gang involvement

 
 CLICK HERE for the FLYER:
 
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 FUESD Kindergarten Round Up is Around the Corner!
 kinder
CLICK HERE TO REVIEW THE INFORMATION:
 
 
 
TK  
Want more information about Transitional Kindergarten (TK)?
Click here:
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Click the link below to read district information about the Dual Immersion program for FUESD.
Maie Ellis will reopen: http://www.fuesd.k12.ca.us/Page/5137
 
Click here for Dual Immersion Parent Meetings:
 DI
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Show your FALCON Pride!
Order  your Spirit Wear NOW or purchase it eve3ry Friday morning at the front of the school!!  
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ELAC  
Next ELAC Meeting:
Date: March 18
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Where: Live Oak Elementary M.P.R.
 
DELAC  
Next DELAC Meeting:
Date: March 9, 2015
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Where: MEEC
 
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 News
LIVE OAK NEWS:
 
 
 
 
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LOE's Parent Book Club
7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens
 
First Session: January 27th-March 17th @ 8:30 a.m.
(childcare available)
 
Click here for the flyer:
 
 7 Habits Teens
 
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Parent Rights Notification Annual Parents Rights Notification
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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!
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Check out the County of San Diego resources from the library: http://sdcl.org/refdb2.html

The Leader in Me

The Leader In Me at L.O.E. 

 
The Leader in Me The 7 Habits
 
 
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:

 
 

Leader In Me at LOE Videos

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

Click here to watch more of our Leader In Me videos on the LOE channel! 

 

 

 Live Oak Elementary welcomes Leader In Me Coach, Ms. Kathy Lesser
 
 
Welcome Kathy Lesser  
 
 
Teachers with Leader In Me Coach Kathy Lesser 
 
Teacher's Session with LIM Coach  
 
 
Student Leaders with Leader In Me Coach Kathy Lesser
 
 
 student leaders with LIM Coach
 
 Students with LIM coach Kathy Lesser
 
Leader In Me Coaching Session Group Pic  
 
 
 

 
 
The San Marcos Team visits LOE and are welcomed by our Student Leader Greeters! 
 
San Marcos Team visits LOE  
 
 
Mr. Stillman's 6th grade class performs the "7 Habits Song: for the San Marcos Team. 
 
 "7 Habits" Performance
 
San Marcos Team watching the "7 Habits" Performance  
 

 
Assistant Principal Mrs. Porter spending time with students during lunch
 
Mrs. Porter and friends  
 

 
 
 

We continue to expand our Leader in Me opportunities and grow inspirational leaders at Live Oak!

 
 
 leader in me   Braclets
 

 
 
 Parent Night: February 5th, 2015:
LIM parent night   
 
 LIM parent night
 
LIM parent night 3  
 
LIM parent night 4  
 

 
 
 Student Office Greeter Leaders lead the way as soon as you walk through the front office
office  
 

 
 
6th grade student leaders read and review literacy skills with first grade peers
 
6th  
 

 
 
GATE leaders led a service project to give back to our local senior center
senior  
 

 
 
Peer leaders from Fallbrook High School influence LOE students in Dual Immersion
Peer leaders  
 

 
 
Classroom Environments that reflect the 7 Habits---everywhere!
Environment  
 

 
 
Physical Fitness leaders on and off the field!
pe  
 

 
 
Student Council Leadership Officer for 14-15
 Officers
 

 
 
7 Habits and the 7 Continents...Literacy Night~ Travel Around the World
 
 7 continents
 

 
 
 Reader Leaders celebrating the end of the Trimester at the AR Pizza Party with the Principal
 reader leaders
 

 
 
Jeans for Troops fundraiser...student leaders led the way on Veteran's Day
Jeans  
 

 
 
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  
 
 

 
Goals Achieved!
 
  • 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