If you would like information about the enrolment and transition process at Oak Park Primary School.
Please contact Fran.
Phone: (03)9306 9182
Important Dates for Parents
2016 School Calendar
May 23rd - School Photos
May 25th - School Council Meeting
May 26th - Cross Country Event
May 27th - Round 6: OPPS vs Corpus Christi
Jun 3rd - Round 7: OPPS vs Belle Vue Park
Jun 10th - Round 8: OPPS vs St Marks
Jun 17th - Round 9: OPPS vs Glenroy West
Jun 21st - REPORTING DAY
- Student Led Conferences
Jun 24th - Last day of Term 2 (2pm Dismissal)
SLAPPED CHEEK INFECTION
Recently we have seen quite a few cases of SLAPPED CHEEK, particularly in the younger year levels.
‘Slapped cheek’ infection is a mild, self-limiting infection that occurs mainly among young children, with the majority of cases occurring in Winter and Spring. The most obvious feature of the illness is a bright red flush on the face and a rash on the body, although some persons do not have any symptoms at all. Adults may experience joint pains and swelling.
People who are infected are most contagious before the outbreak of the rash.
When an outbreak of ‘slapped cheek’ disease occurs in a school, as well as advising the general school population, Principals are asked to advise the following persons specifically:
Victorian Premiers' Reading Challenge
The Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge is now open and Oak Park Primary School is excited to be participating.
To find out more click here.
The Art Room desperately needs magazines for some collage work that students will be doing during term 2. If you have any unwanted magazines at home, please donate them to the Art Program. They can be dropped off at the Art Room or ask to see David Flint (Visual Arts Teacher)