TICKETS ON SALE NOW
2017 Oak Chan Crab Feed & Auction
Friday, March 3rd, from 6-11 pm
The final day to purchase Crab Feed tickets is on Friday, Feb. 17th, or when tickets are sold out. Tickets sell quickly, so do not delay!
WE NEED YOU!
Event volunteers receive $10 off their Crab Feed ticket!
Sign up on our Volunteer Website.
Monday, Feb. 20th and Tuesday, Feb. 21st
Students return to school on 2/22/2017
CALLING ALL ARTISTS!!!!
This year's 2016-2017 Yearbook theme is
"Oak Chan Dragon Spirit"
When submitting your original drawing for the cover contest, you should show what "Dragon Spirit" means to you and Oak Chan.
For a complete list of contest details, please click on the flyer HERE.
Any questions please email email@example.com.
YEARBOOKS ON SALE NOW!!!
Early Bird Pricing
(prices go up 3/1/2017)
LoveLines run $3/student, and Friends & Family Ads run $15 for 1/4 pg. and $30 for 1/2 pg.
To purchase your student's yearbook or for more information, please visit our
For every 25 box tops turned in, students earn one book buck they can use towards their book fair purchase. Please use the 25 Box Top Form, 50 Box Top Form, or use clear plastic baggies labeled with the number of box tops, child's name, teacher's name, and room number. Book bucks will be distributed before the spring book fair. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact our Box Top coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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