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TK & Kindergarten
8:30 - 2:00pm

1st - 3rd
8:30 - 2:30pm

4th & 5th
8:15 - 2:30pm


TK & Kindergarten
8:30 - 1:10pm

1st - 3rd
8:30 - 1:10pm

4th & 5th
8:15 - 12:55pm



7:30am - 4:00pm

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Every Day Counts! Miss School, Miss Out!

Please remember to call in your child's absence every day they are out. You can call our 24 hour
message line at
(831) 475-2000 ext. 300.

2015-2016 AR Words Read

We are off to a
great start!!!
October is a great month
with no holiday interruption,
students should
be able to
get in a lot of reading!!!

The thermometer will be updated at the end of each cycle.

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Special & Sincerest Thank You to
Capitola Auto Mall and
Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk

from Live Oak School, teachers & staff,
and our families & students!

Over $3.4 million towards all

Santa Cruz schools in 10 years!!

You helped us take in over $4200.00
this school year!!!


You all are AMAZING!!!!

October Message from the Principal


Here at Live Oak School birthdays are given great importance. Each classroom has their own way of celebrating each child’s special day. These celebrations may include being the child of the day, teacher’s special helper, birthday wishes, birthday song, birthday pencil, birthday cards from classmates, etc. Occasionally parents will bring treats to their child’s classroom to celebrate birthdays for the end of dayDue to our district wide commitment to healthy food choices, the following food choices and procedures for bringing birthday food items to the classroom are as follows:

  • Please let your child’s teacher know, at least one day in advance, if you will be bringing a food item to the classroom to celebrate a birthday.
  • Food items to celebrate birthdays should honor the Live Oak School District’s Wellness Policy and have minimal sugar and low sodium content.
  • Examples of food items that are acceptable include: Vegetable/Cheese trays, fruit trays, mini smoothies, popcorn, crackers, etc.  I am sure that you have many more ideas that can be added to the healthy treat list.  Please feel free to check in with your child’s teacher for additional clarification and ideas.
  • Do not bring cupcakes, cakes, any homemade treats or other sugary desserts as birthday celebration treats.  If these items are brought to the classroom, they will not be distributed.


Our scratch kitchen in the district seeks to balance exceptional nutrition with quality treats.  As a school district we are committed to honoring the wellness policy of healthy choices in all snacks and meals.  Please do not send the following items to school for snack or lunch: Candy or Candy Bars, Hot Cheetos, Sodas, Cupcakes, Cakes, etc.

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Aquí en  Live Oak a  los cumplaños se les da una gran importancia. Cada clase tiene su propia manera de celebrar el día especial de cada niño. Estas celebraciones pueden incluir ser el niño  del día, ayudante especial del profesor, deseos de cumpleaños, canción de cumpleaños, lápiz de cumpleaños, tarjetas de cumpleaños de los compañeros de clase, etc. De vez en cuando los padres traen  golosinas al salón de su hijo para celebrar los cumpleaños al final del día. Debido a nuestro amplio compromiso del distrito para la elección de alimentos saludables, las siguientes opciones de alimentos y procedimientos para traer artículos de comida de cumpleaños para la clase son las siguientes:

-- Se pide avisar al  maestro(a) de su hijo al menos un día antes , si va a traer un alimento  para celebrar un cumpleaños.
-- Alimentos para celebrar los cumpleaños deberían honrar  la Política de Bienestar del Distrito Escolar de Live Oak y tienen que contener una mínima cantidad de azúcar y tener un bajo contenido de sodio.
-- Ejemplos de alimentos que son aceptables incluyen: bandejas de verduras / queso, bandejas de frutas, mini batidos, palomitas de maíz, galletas, etc. Estoy seguro que usted tiene muchas más ideas que se pueden agregar a la lista de golosinas saludables.  Por favor, siéntase libre de hablar  con el maestro de su hijo para obtener aclaraciones e ideas adicionales.
-- No triga panquecitos de pastel , pasteles , delicias caseras  o  otros postres azucarados como golosinas de cumpleaños. Si estos artículos son llevados a los salones,  no van a ser distribuidos.

Nuestra cocina en el distrito busca equilibrar la nutrición excepcional con golosinas de calidad. Como un distrito escolar estamos comprometidos a honrar la política de bienestar de opciones saludables en bocadillos y comidas. Por favor no envíe lo siguiente a la escuela para el almuerzo o snack:  dulces o barras de dulce, hot cheetos, sodas, pastelitos y pasteles etc.

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Winter Break

December 18 -- Jan. 1


School Resumes

January 4, 2016


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Lost & Found

Lost & Found rack is located outside the library.  Please check for lost items there, if not there the first time come back again in a few days, it can take a while for things to show up. Avoid items getting lost by placing your child’s name on clothing, backpacks & lunchboxes.

All unclaimed items will be washed and donated over the Thanksgiving break.  Please plan to stop by the library to see if anything belongs to your children.