Olympic View Families and Friends,
We are so excited!!!!! April 12, here we come! Your child’s assignment is posted on the window out side the office. Please be sure you have check BEFORE Monday. Please take a moment to watch this video in it’s entirety. We ask that parents follow all traffic and safety procedures. Reminder to those staying hybrid, your schedule will stay very similar to what it is now except for Fridays.
CLICK HERE for FAQ’s
If you were unable to make it to the community forum on school reopening, CLICK HERE to watch the recording of the Q and A section.
You can also view the power point by CLICKING HERE.
AM Grades 1-6
PM Grades 1-6
VAPA will continue to be every other week. Students who are on campus will participate in VAPA during their Asynchronous time.
Please be sure to go over the Hybrid/Distance Learning Handbook that will be in affect from April 12, to the end of the 20-21 school year. It is important that parents and students follow all guidelines. To view the Handbook, CLICK HERE. As a reminder, students will not have to wear uniforms forthe remainder of the school year. Please note, appropriate school attire must be worn. Students may also wear spirit wear from the OV on line spirit wear store of any color. See Dress Code below.
Clothes shall be sufficient to conceal undergarments at all times. See-through or fishnet fabrics, halter tops, spaghetti straps, off the shoulder or low-cut tops, midriffs, no ripped jeans, and skirts/shorts shorter than mid-thigh are not appropriate. Dangling and hoop earrings, chains, and keys worn visibly around the neck are unsafe and are not acceptable. Hats, caps and other head coverings shall not be worn indoors (except for health or religious reasons). When worn outdoors, caps/hats must be worn appropriately with the bill forward, not to the side or back. High heeled shoes and shoes with wheels are not allowed. Please wear appropriate closed toed PE shoes daily, since all students have PE every day. Make-up, tattoos an false nails are inappropriate for elementary school students and not to be worn.