The library is completing inventory for the 2016-17 school year. Our last day for checkout is May 2nd. ALL books are due back to the library by May 8th (whether you have class or not). Notices will be sent home for students missing books. Students who have outstanding books will not be allowed to check out books next year.Read more to find out how to replace a lost book. Don't worry-- it happens!
Posted Thursday, May 4, 2017
April 26th at Olde Sawmill from 6:00-7:00 PM. This meeting is for Kindergarten parents of 2017-2018 students.
Posted Friday, April 21, 2017
We sure could use s'more great volunteers like you. Thank you for making this year special at OSE. If you have volunteered at Olde Sawmill in the classroom, library, or with PTO, please join us for breakfast in the gym!
Get ready for bugs and creepy crawlies! May 4th at 7:00pm will be the first grade musical for families. We hope to see you there!
Spring flower sale forms are due on Thursday, April 20!
Posted Wednesday, April 19, 2017
For registration and other information, visit our website: Dublin Lit Conference
Posted Thursday, January 12, 2017
Camp out under the covers this winter with a new book! Our "spring" Scholastic Book Fair is early this year to correspond with conference nights. Students will preview books and create wish lists, but the fair will be open to families both conference nights AND Family GameNight.In our spring tradition, we will collect change "All for Books" to donate books to classrooms and students. Our two annual book fairs raise a little more than half of our library book budget. Thank you for supporting Olde Sawmill and the library.To help students shop for books, there is a sign-up genius. It's a lot of fun and the slots are short.http://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090f4aa5a622abf94-library
Posted Monday, January 9, 2017
In an effort to expose more Dublin City Schools families to computer science education week, we have designed a Family Maker Challenge for you to do with your elementary students! Computer science is more than coding - simply put, computer science is knowing why and how computers work. That means that computer science is just as much about problem solving, creativity, collaboration and communication as it is about coding! To help hit home this broader definition of computer science, we have designed an unplugged activity for Dublin City School families, meaning no actual computing device is needed, with the focusing being more on computational thinking and less on the act of coding/programming. Have fun “making” with your students and, at the end of the challenge, talk to your student about what computer science” means to them.https://hourofcode.wiki.dublinschools.net/Family+Maker+Challenge
Posted Monday, November 21, 2016
We are collecting food and toys for our annual Dublin Support Association competition. Last year OSE was in 3rd place. Bring in cans and boxes of food or a new toy this week. The Dublin Food Pantry is especially in need of: spaghetti sauce, box potatoes, baking goods, spices and condiments. Toiletries are also welcome. Thanks for supporting our community by reaching out to others in need. If we all give a little, we all give a lot!
Posted Monday, November 14, 2016
It's finally getting cold this year. Please remember to send children to school with winter coats, hats and gloves. We will be outside for recess most days. Students are outside for 15 minutes when wind chills fall between 21 and 25 degrees. Students only stay indoors when wind chills are 20 degrees or colder. Students may also be kept indoors if the playground pavement is too slick or flooded.We also wanted to remind everyone about our District procedures for delays and cancelations.http://www.dublinschools.net/winterweather.aspx