Ox Bow Kindergarten Round-Up
April 22 from 5:30-7:00
Important information regarding Kindergarten Round-Up:
- Bring necessary paperwork to register your child:
- Birth Certificate (official health department certificate)
- Proof of Residency (lease or mortgage)
- Photo ID/Current Driver’s License
- Immunization/Shot Records (if possible)
- Please only bring
Kindergarten students with you
so you can give them your full attention
while they see classrooms and learn about school.It’s a special day for
- It is not an open house. We hope for all future
Kindergarteners and parents to join us from 5:30-7:00.
- We will give you an
idea of what Kindergarten at Ox Bow
is like as well as give you some
your child, walk on a school bus, get a snack, meet our
PTO, check about before/after school care during the school year,
get to know the school and staff.
- If you have questions about registering your child
or you want to get paperwork ahead of time,
please call 875-8538 and ask!
See you on April 22nd at Ox Bow!
Weather Make Up Days
||Make Up Days
|January 8, 23-24, 27-28
||Extended school days
| January 29
CHS Graduation will still be June 5, 2014.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for our phone survey on how to handle the Weather Make Up Days at Concord.
Please click here for FAQs.
BUDGET CHALLENGES FOR CONCORD
Like most public schools across the state, Concord Community School Corporation has been facing several financial obstacles of the past several years. In an effort to communicate the details the school district created an overview of the current budget as well as links containing additional, more detailed information regarding the challenges that lay ahead. The information and links are meant to provide the Concord school community and our patrons with facts about the significant financial challenges facing our school district. Please click here for additional information.
Attendance Message for February
120 students were in everyday
and on time for the 2nd grading period.
Nothing is more important to your child’s future than going to school every day. As a family member or guardian, you can play a big role in making sure that your child is on the path to success by: Talking to them about the importance of going to school on time every day, and planning appointments and vacations when school is out of session.