Due to the independence day holiday, drive through meals will only be served on Monday, June 28. The cafeteria staff will be serving all 5 days of meals on Monday. Thank you for your support of the summer feeding program.
Little Axe Elementary Distance Learning Plan information: • Instruction begins on Monday, April 6, 2020. • Educational Packets will be available Monday at 10:00 o Packets will be available for printing on our Little Axe Website o They will be on the buses when they deliver meals o They will also be grade level boxes in front of the elementary which will be available for pickup • Directions and online resources are included in these educational packets. • Once a page has been completed, you may take a picture or scan it and send it to your teacher via email, remind app or the class social media page. • Teachers have established “office hours” for you to be able to contact them. o We ask that you have some sort of contact with your teacher at least 2 times per week. In the upcoming weeks, procedures will be established for yearbook, Spring pictures, etc. I would like to thank everyone for their understanding and patience during this time. If you have any further questions or we can help you in anyway, please don’t hesitate to the school during 10:00-12:00 Monday or Thursday.
To Little Axe Community, In an effort to minimize possible exposure, Little Axe Public School will be changing the delivery schedule. On Monday, April 6, 2020, we will deliver meals for three days (Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday), then, on Thursday, April 9th, 2020, we will deliver meals for two days (Thursday and Friday). Please bring something to carry meals in as we will not have boxes to send home. Thank you for your support and understanding. We will follow Monday and Thursday deliveries as mentioned until further notice. Jay Thomas Superintendent LA email gif 2000 168TH Ave NE, Norman, OK 73026 email@example.com 405-329-7691 (Office)
At approximately 11:45 this morning, an electrical outlet shorted out in the portable buildings (5th grade classrooms). The building was evacuated, fire department notified, and the problem was remedied. At no time were any children in danger and all electrical safety systems (breakers) worked as they should. Classes have resumed as normal. Jay Thomas Superintendent