June 6, 2022

Sage News: June 6, 2022

Week of June 6, 2022

Last Day of School - June 10th
The last day of school is coming up this Friday, June 10th. Thank you to all of our families for another fantastic school year! We hope you enjoy your summer break!


National Flag Week
Sage Oak recognizes June 12th– 18th as National Flag Week. Please click below for educational resources. 

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Prospective Parent Webinars
Our next webinar is scheduled for Wednesday, June 15th at 6:00 pm.  This webinar is designed for parents to learn more about our programs and what we have to offer our students. Use the link below to register and learn more. Please share with anyone you feel may be interested.

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2021-22 Sage Oak Parent Survey
Just in case you missed it, please take a moment to complete the 2020-21 Sage Oak Parent Survey to let us know how we are doing in supporting you and your student!

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Sage Oak 2022 Promotion Photos
If your student is graduating from Kindergarten, 5th grade, or 8th grade this year and you'd like Sage Oak to share their accomplishment on our social media pages, please submit your photos using the form below. Click here to view our 2022 Promotion Toolkit for signs you can print at home. Photos are due by Wednesday, June 15, 2022! Student names will not be published.

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Free Virtual Summer Enrichment History Courses
The Gilder Lehrman History School is back for another summer of free online programming for K-12 students. For more information, please click below!

History Camp: National Park Adventure (Grades 3-5)
Living History: Culture as a Force in Human Experience (Grades 6-8)
World Wars I and II: Life on the Home Front (Grades 9-12)
AP US Government and Politics: Foundational Cases (Grades 9-12)
AP US History (Grades 9-12)
These courses are not sponsored by Sage Oak. The courses are for enrichment and do not earn high school credit.
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Branch Out Summer Program
Sage Oak's Branch Out summer program is a free, online program that consists of daily pre-recorded video lessons designed to prevent summer learning loss. Click here for the flyer.

Students going into grades K-7th grade will watch short video lessons, play online learning games, and complete workbook pages that review the concepts of the previous grade level and prepare them for the next grade level. The Summer Bridge workbook can be purchased from Carson Dellosa for the grade that the student will be entering next year. 

The middle school math program consists of short video lessons reviewing pre-algebra and algebra concepts with accompanying practice worksheets. No curriculum is needed for the middle school program. 

Links to the online program and the summer workbooks needed to order can be found here.

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Synchronous Class Drop-in 
If your student would like to drop into a synchronous math or writing class but not permanently enroll, please complete this form. Once your request has been processed, you will receive an email with the Zoom link to attend. Additional information can be found on our website. Please note: This is for TK-8th grade level students enrolled in the Personalized Learning Academy only.

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