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First Grade Literature Recommendations

Eureka Math Parent Resources

Please click on the image below for math resources provided by the district.

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Eureka Math Parent Tips

Fun Math Games can be found here!

Go for the Gold!


Show your Live Oak pride each Wednesday by putting on your spirit wear.  Students may also dress in an item of clothing that's red, maroon, yellow or gold. 

Special Spirit Days
4/26:Backwards Day
5/17: Grade Color Day (Field Day) Green

Digital Citizenship

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 For more information about becoming a responsible and respectful digital citizen, click here!

Keeping Connected ...

1st Grade Team


Click here for more info!

Field Day- May 17

Field Day: Wed May 17

First Grade Level Color is GREEN!

Please wear green on that day!


Open House

Please join us for our Open House!

Thursday, May 18

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Parent Volunteers Needed for Lunch Recess

We are looking for parent volunteers to supervise lunch recess from 11:15-12:50. If you are Be A Mentor cleared and interested, contact Assistant Principal Katie Cavanaugh at to sign up or for more information.


First Grade Life Skill

Helping Out At Home

First grade students are ready to be more independent.  Having regular home and school chores will help them attain that independence while encouraging pride in their ability to contribute. Students who help out at home feel a sense on accomplishment and understand and appreciate what others do for them. Click here for a sample list of chores you can use.

Box Tops

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Save your Box Tops for Education to earn money for Live Oak.

Each box top is worth 10 cents for the school!


Important Reminders

  • Make sure to check the website every Monday, for your child's weekly homework. Please return your child's completed work STAPLED in his/her Live Oak Folder on Friday. Assignments are posted on the right hand side of this page under "Homework this Week."


  • Please label lunch boxes, water bottles, backpacks, sweatshirts & jackets! 


  • When it is your classroom's PE day, make sure your child wears appropriate shoes. No sandals, Crocs, or flip-flops. This is for their safety!

The Team

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Week of: April 24

Please print the following (if needed) each week:

Spelling: Spelling List #26

Spelling Activity #26

Math: Math pages are sent home daily. Please keep all completed pages at home and return on Friday.

Reading: A book will come home every day (except Fridays). Books should be returned the following day in order to receive another book. Please take the time to discuss the "Book Talk" questions with your child each night.

 Homework is due on Friday.

Please stapled completed homework and place inside your child's Live Oak folder!

Important Dates

5/6: International Festival 2:30- 6:00

5/17: Field Day - Wear GREEN!!

5/18: Open House

5/29: No School

6/1: Last Day of School!!!


For the Back to School Night Powerpoint click here!

Parent Volunteers!!


"Be a Mentor" is the name of our district's volunteer policy and process. If you wish to volunteer during centers or field trips, please complete the process ASAP!!!  You may go to this link to sign up.  

 Please keep in mind that field trip drivers change all the time.  You can come off this list for expired driver’s license, insurance policy or tickets. Check to make sure everything is up to date!

Soul Shoppe


Soul Shoppe teaches students important skills that support them academically and socially through life. This interactive program focuses on problem solving, conflict resolution, and creating a community of respect and growth. We've attended our second workshop. The children really enjoy learning empathy, how to express their feelings and using problem-solving tools in social situations. 

Run Club

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Live Oak Run Club is a FUN experience for all ages and fitness levels (run or walk the 5 laps), non-competitive (all students are successful), earn 5k, 10k, 15k, ½-marathon and full-marathon recognition and rewards. This year's goal is to complete a FULL marathon (26.2 miles) by showing up every Tuesday throughout the Run Club season (28 times)

Click here for more info!