Read-a-thon Readers Share What They Like to Read
Read-A-Thon at AOE starts tomorrow! Get your child signed up and ready to go!
Principal: Judith Condon
Address: 6134 Chisolm Rd. City & Zipcode: Johns Island, SC 29455-7660
Phone: (843) 559-6412
Fax: (843) 559-6415
Operating as usual
Read-A-Thon at AOE starts tomorrow! Get your child signed up and ready to go!
Our first graders studied Asia recently in their library classes. To end their studies, students each made a piece of a Chinese Dragon which made its collaborative celebratory dance around the building. Dragons are traditionally used during Lunar New Year celebrations, and they symbolize luck, health, and wisdom. Folklore says that the longer the dragon, the more luck you'll have during the coming year! Our dragon was really long!
A huge thank you to Innovative Craftsmen for sponsoring some new racquets and gear for our AOE Tennis Team! We appreciate your support!
Did you know that being 10 minutes late per day= almost 1 hour per week of missed time in the classroom! Don't be late...you'll miss something great! Congrats to our week 3 class winners!
Hoot! Hoot! We are excited to host a school tour on *Wednesday, March 23 at 1 p.m. This tour is open to parents of future students, new families to Johns Island and to interested community members. We will tour the school, discuss our school focus areas and answer questions you may have about curriculum and instruction. Please sign up for this tour at this link: https://forms.gle/AZRJBJ7ebeprR6XC6
You will be emailed more information after sign up is complete. Spaces are limited. Please sign up by Friday, March 11. We can't wait to see you soon!
*This is a Teacher Work Day so there will be no students in the building. This will allow us to have more visitors in the building.
¡Hoot! ¡Hoot! Nos complace organizar un excursión escolar el *miércoles 23 de marzo a la 1 p.m. Esta excursión está abierta a los padres de futuros alumnos, a las nuevas familias de Johns Island y a los miembros de la comunidad interesados. Recorreremos la escuela, discutiremos nuestras áreas de enfoque escolar y responderemos a las preguntas que puedan tener sobre el plan de estudios y la instrucción. Por favor, apúntese a esta visita rellenando la información de este formulario: https://forms.gle/CScRH3zcyHqzABS17
Se le enviará por correo electrónico más información una vez completada la inscripción. Las plazas son limitadas. Por favor, inscríbase antes del viernes 11 de marzo. ¡Estamos deseando verle pronto!
*Este es un día de trabajo para los maestros, por lo que no habrá alumnos en el edificio. Esto nos permitirá tener más visitantes en el edificio.
It was wonderful to be able to have the Palmetto City Ballet back for a performance today! Our 4th and 5th graders learned about the history of storytelling and enjoyed beautiful dance excerpts from a version of Cinderella. What a dynamic visual story! Our students were complimented on their great behavior and their intriguing questions to the performers after the show. Thank you to Arts, Etc. on Kiawah for sponsoring this opportunity for our students! Bravo! Palmetto City Ballet
Reminder for tomorrow and Monday:
Happy School Bus Driver Appreciation Week to our wonderful bus drivers at AOE! Thank you for transporting our “Wise Owls” and keeping them safe each day!
Read-a-Thon is coming soon! More information will be going out to parents in Principal Condon’s weekly email on Sunday! Get your child signed up so they are ready to go on 2/28!
After studying Leonardo DaVinci and blueprinting, SAIL students created their own contraption that would protect an egg from a 75 foot drop. They dived into Newton's laws of motion and explored key vocabulary such as gravity, inertia and acceleration. The fire department came yesterday to drop and test their contraptions! Thank you, St. John's Fire Department, for your willingness to help and for the excitement you shared with our students!
There was so much to ❤️LOVE ❤️at AOE today! A special PTA photo booth, Kinder Cardiology, Valentine STEAM challenges and more!
We loved showing off our style on “Favorite Hat Day” today! Thank you for supporting our PTA!
There’s so much to see at AOE!
Favorite Hat Day is this Friday! Bring $1 or join our PTA to participate. Thank you for supporting our PTA!
What a wonderful treat today! Thank you to our PTA and The Salty Dog Cafe for the surprise lunch! We love all of our AOE Owls and will always do our best to keep them safe:)
Tomorrow is Tuesday! Check out what it is like to be a Mighty Islander!
Want to know more about St. John's? Please join us for a Future Islander Information session. We are holding these every Tuesday in February. Hope to see you this week!
Very cool! Check this out!
CCPL and IAAM bring Gullah storytellers to library’s Dial-a-Story service CHARLESTON, S.C. – Charleston County Public Library (CCPL) and the International African American Museum (IAAM) are working together to connect the Charleston County community with the stories and culture of the Gullah Geechee people. Thanks to this partnership, Gullah storytellers are bringing th...
Angel Oak Families,
Thank you to everyone for their quick response and support during today’s evacuation due to the off-campus fire near our school property.
Students and staff conducted themselves calmly as we followed our emergency response plans and safely moved over to St. John’s High School to wait for dismissal.
Thankfully, the fire department and district staff reports there is no damage to any of the structures on our campus and we were cleared to return to our school this afternoon after dismissal.
Finally, I want to thank the fire department, law enforcement agencies, St. John's HS and CCSD Security Response Team for their quick action and direction to keep us safe and help to conduct dismissal.
We are looking forward to seeing students at school on Monday, since tomorrow is an eLearning Day.
Thank you and have a great evening!
AOE Families: We need your input! CCSD is updating the science curriculum for the 2022-2023 school year. We have several options at Angel Oak and would love your input. Please come browse the workbooks and materials in the front lobby between now and February 18 and fill out a critique sheet. Thanks for your help!
If you have any questions, please contact
Dr. Stephanie Becks ([email protected])
Our AOE February Attendance Challenge begins tomorrow! Don’t be late…you’ll miss something great!
Hoot! Hoot! Our final count for games (and puzzles) collected during our AOE Board Game Drive for the month of January is 140+! Thank you for supporting donating to our school! Teachers will be able to check these games out from the library during non-academic times to engage our learners in skill-building (cooperation, taking turns, resilience, strategy, etc.) and play! We can put those computers/tablets away and enjoy a game together!
We had a blast celebrating Crayola Creativity Week! Our students participated in activities to spark their creative energy connected to Literacy, SEL, STEM, Cultural Studies and more! Thank you, Crayola, for giving us all of the great art supplies to create with this week and for the inspiration! Like you said, our children are innovators and dream makers!
Peace and Love Dress Down Day was awesome! Thank you for supporting our PTA! We will add more photos as we collect them:)
Join PTA or bring $1 to dress down today! Thank you for supporting our PTA!
Are you the parent of a “Future Islander” or Johns Island resident who is curious about our local high school? St. John’s HS is hosting sessions in February that are open to the community to share all about the school and its programs!
Angel Oak Elementary is looking for a full-time substitute teacher (aka Permanent Building Sub) to join our team! Come work with the best teachers/staff and kids around! Please email [email protected] for qualifications and position details!
We’ve been busy since we’ve returned from Winter Break! Fun, active learning! Follow us on Twitter using !
The D9 Community meeting scheduled for Saturday had been postponed due to inclement weather. We will keep you updated on when it is rescheduled.
Teachers will be sending home assignments for students to complete and will have live virtual office hours available for students who may need additional help tomorrow. Assignments will be assessed upon return on Monday.
Reminder: Community meetings regarding D9 schools. The first meeting is tomorrow, 1/19, at 6:30 pm at St. John’s HS. Your voice is important!
Check out the part about Angel Oak Elementary in this article! What a wonderful “shout out” to the work being done at our school!
What I learned growing up on the Dock Street stage, Charleston kids still can Without arts in school, where would we find our future performers?
We will see all of our amazing Wise Owls on Wednesday! Keep reading over the long weekend!
We are allowed a very limited amount of volunteers at this time. Please contact Ms. Misenheimer of you are interested in volunteering to help. Thank you!
Meeting Announcement for 1/19 and 1/22 regarding D9 Schools:
En Espanol: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1RpUYrTvqnyXs0lqmsptPHHTDEfCrkdJr/view?usp=sharing
We are thrilled to announce our AOE Teacher of The Year and Runner-up for the 2021-22 school year!
Congratulations to Robyn Markovic, Teacher of the Year!
Congratulations to Alexis Patsalos, Runner-up!
These two amazing teachers bring their talents, love and experience to share with students every day! We are SO proud of you!
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