GO Education Foundation & AmazonSmile
Want to support students throughout the Gold Oak School District while you shop on Amazon, at no additional cost to you?!
Then each time you make an eligible purchase at Amazon through smile.amazon.com, .5% of your purchase will be deposited directly into the Gold Oak Education Foundation bank account.
(Please note that you must go through http://smile.amazon.com to benefit the Foundation.)
Thank you for your support!!
School Related Meetings
The public is welcome to attend the following meetings which take place in the District Meeting Room, located on the Gold Oak School Campus, at 3171 Pleasant Valley Road. (Schedules may vary during the summer and holidays.)
typically meets the 3rd Monday of the month @ 5pm
Monday, February 27, 2017
GOUSD School Site Council
meets the 3rd Wednesday of the month @ 3:15pm (NEW TIME)
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
meets each month @ 8:45am
Amy Jageman - President
Ashley Murphy - Vice President
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd
As a result of the recent continued rain and heavy winds, we were not spared issues with AT&T. They are working very hard to restore our phone lines, best estimate is Friday.
If at all possible, please email your child's teacher and cc Lulu email@example.com to clear absences and for a follow up to insure your child gets after school plan messages.
For true emergencies only, you may call (530) 303-6055 a temporary line that has been set up and your call will be patched through. Keep in mind this is the only line available for both the school and district office and is again for extreme emergency only.
As our community is experiencing these interruptions in life as we know it, thank you for your patience, understanding and kindness as we get through this together!
B e respectful
E xpect success
A ct responsibly
R emember safety
S upport each other
Behavior Purpose Statement
As Grizzlies, we believe in ourselves and are committed to our learning, so we know that we will succeed!
(Dads Of Great Students) ... is an innovative father involvement, educational initiative of the National Center For Fathering. There are two primary goals of the WATCH D.O.G.S. program.
1) To provide positive male role models for the students, demonstrating by their presence that education is important.
2) To provide extra sets of eyes and ears to enhance school security and reduce bullying.
Thank you all for expressing interest in WATCH D.O.G.S. This program is truly a rewarding experience that benefits the growth of your student. Your time is invaluable to those effected by it.
Please take a look at the school website for upcoming points of interest. It is informative as to which days are open and which to avoid; e.g. observed holidays and school breaks, etc. Just know that the moments you spend encouraging and supporting a positive atmosphere is as exciting to your students as any event.
We have provided the ability for you to add the day(s) you would like to volunteer to our Watch D.O.G.S. calendar by going to this link:
1) Your Name
2) Teacher's Name
Alternatively, you can e-mail the following to me: involvement date, your full name, your student's name, and their teacher's name, or sign up on the Watch D.O.G.S. calendar located on the wall just past the Gold Oak library. We are hopeful in your commitment and look forward to seeing you on campus with that WATCH D.O.G.S. badge on!
We are always looking for new members to join our group of D.O.G.S. please complete the Registration Form and return it to the school office, or fax it back to 530.626.3144. For more information contact the school office @ 530.626.3160, or Hanns Bergquist @ firstname.lastname@example.org
For the convenience of our students' families, transportation services are offered by the school district. Coverage areas are coded by color.
Transportation Director - Stacy Barraque
Note: Only students with a completed bus application on file may ride the bus. Students may only get off the bus at their assigned home or day care bus stop as noted on their bus application.
The El Dorado County Office of Education (EDCOE) offers quality child care on school campuses before, during, and after school, as well as school vacations or intersession times, in response to the needs of working parents. For more information you can go to their website.