IN THIS ISSUE
- South Park Mission Statement
- Fine Arts Night & Annie Jr!
- Online Registration
- FCS Field Trip Reminder
- Chromebook Collection
- End of the Year Medication Pick up
- Open House Save the Date
- West Greece Trip Summer of 2024 info
- Food Service Information for 2022-23 School Year
- Weekly Bulletins
- Student Handbook
- Food Service Positions
- Progress Reports
- Infinite Campus Messenger
- In Need of Assistance?
- Essential OASD information
- School Safety/ Where to Drop Off and Pick Up
- Whom Do I Contact?
- Specialist Updates & News, Sports, and PTN Information
Oshkosh Area School District 215 S Eagle Street Oshkosh, WI 54902 920.424.0395 email@example.com
South Park Middle School 1551 Delaware St. Oshkosh, WI 54902
Office Phone 920.424.0431
Attendance Phone 920.424.0431 ext. 2702
South Park Mission Statement
At South Park Middle School, education is a continuous transitional experience, which promotes positive intellectual, emotional, social, and physical growth. Students are encouraged to maximize individual potential to function in a diverse society.
Please remember that you are always welcome at South Park. We want you to take an active role in your child's education. Your involvement in your child’s academics as well as extra-curricular activities will result in their success. If you ever have any questions regarding your child, please call 920-424-0431 to be directed to the appropriate staff member. We are here to help you and your child.
Family & Consumer Sciences, 8th Grade, Teen Money:
Reminder! Second semester Teen Money students will be visiting the Junior Achievement Center and Fox Valley Technical College on Thursday, May 12th. The bus will leave SPMS at 8:30 a.m. & return at approximately 3:15 p.m. Students should dress appropriately and remember to bring a sack lunch if this option was chosen. If you have questions, please email Ms. DeBruin at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mrs. Turner at email@example.com. *Permission slips were sent home with students the second week of April. If you need another copy, please contact one of the teachers above. Thank you for your support!
Chromebook Collection dates are as follows:
Grade 6 Wednesday, June 1
Grade 7 Tuesday, May 31
Grade 8 Tuesday, May 31
Please make sure your child brings the following:
Chromebook case, Chromebook charger (2 parts - one that plugs in the CB and the other that goes into the wall), and the Chromebook
Missing items are charged the following replacement costs: case $35, charger $25, Chromebook $300
Parents, please help by making sure that your child comes to school with everything to turn in on their assigned turn in day, and if you have a good vacuum have them vacuum / clean out their case please. You will be surprised to see what can be found there! :)
Medication Pick Up!
Please pick up your child's medication on or before the last day of school Thursday, June 2. We are unable to send medication home with students or keep it for next year. Please see HERE for additional information. Thank you!
Open House Dates for 2022-23 School Year
6th Grade Open House: Tuesday, August 23rd 4-6pm
5-5:30pm is a parent meeting
7th and 8th Grade Open House: Tuesday, August 30th 4-6pm
Are you interested in traveling to Greece and Italy in June of 2024?
Wildcats Abroad (Oshkosh West travel club) will have a group of students traveling in the summer of 2024. We typically go on an abroad trip every other year. In 2018, we traveled to Dublin, London, and Paris. In 2022, we are traveling to Switzerland and Italy. If this trip interests you, please email Mr. Lasee at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will email you more information. Current West students will have an opportunity during W-hour to get more information as well. Space is limited, so reach out if interested soon.
Food Service Information for the 2022-23 School Year
FREE AND REDUCED MEAL APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2022-2023 SCHOOL YEAR will be available online on the Infinite Campus Parent Portal in mid-July and will also be mailed out in the US mail to all households in mid-July. Please return your completed application to the Food Services Office, Oshkosh West High School, 375 N. Eagle St., Oshkosh, WI 54902, or the Middle School Office your child attends on or before the first day of school.
A LA CARTE SERVICE AT THE MIDDLE SCHOOLS is available to all students who have money in their food account or cash along to pay at the registers. A la carte items are NOT included with the meals and must be purchased using their Food Service Account (if there is money in their account) or with cash at the register. A la carte items include but are not limited to chips, juice drinks, ice cream, cookies, and PB & J uncrustables. Extra entrees would be included as an a la carte item. (example of an extra entrée would be an extra slice of pizza). All items sold from Food Service follow the nutritional guidelines put forth by the Federal Government.
LIMITED LUNCH SERVICE AT THE MIDDLE SCHOOLS are used when a student is very negative in their lunch account and the family has been notified by Food Service that service will cease if the account isn’t brought current. If the student doesn’t bring a sack lunch or cash to pay for the lunch the Food Service Department will allow the student to eat a limited lunch. The limited lunch will consist of 2 pieces of bread and a peanut butter cup (as the entrée) and then will be allowed to have the fruit, veggies and milk offered and the account will get charged accordingly for the limited lunch. They will NOT be able to have their choice of an entrée.
ORDERING LUNCHES AT THE MIDDLE SCHOOLS
Lunches are prepared fresh daily at North and West High Schools and transported to the Middle Schools. By 9:00 a.m. each day, a count of the number of lunches to be sent is required. Students eligible for free or reduced price lunches will not automatically have a lunch ordered for them. They must order a lunch through the school office, weekly is preferred. If they do not do this, no lunch will be ordered for them and they will not be able to eat. Students eligible for free lunches who have ordered lunches, then do not eat them even though they are in school, will not have a lunch ordered for them after the third day. Arrangements must be made with the school office for future lunches to be ordered.
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN THE SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE DEPARTMENT
The food service department is seeking individuals to work for our department serving breakfast and / or lunch. The majority of these positions available are 1.5 - 2 hours in length and are during the breakfast and lunch service time, which varies with the school. Opportunities for longer shifts and additional hours may also be available. Please see the WECAN at https://wecan.education.wisc.edu website for employment opportunities along with applying for positions within the Food Service Department.
Please call 424-4936 with any questions.
Every Friday there will be an updated bulletin for the week ahead. This will include the activities, special events and upcoming events. Make sure to check your Infinite Campus and email for this every Friday!
- View the Student Handbook HERE
Are You Looking For a Part Time Position?
Food Service may be for you!
Please take a look at THIS for more information.
Progress reports will be posted at weeks 5,10, and 15 of the semester. An email will be sent to tell you the grades have been posted since the district has gone paperless. Just as grades are dependent on the requirements in the classroom, progress report marks are too. If you have any questions about the progress of your child, please contact your child's teacher.
Infinite Campus Messenger
One of the benefits of our student information system, Infinite Campus, is the messenger program. Through the Parent Portal Inbox, via Email, Voice, and/or Text. in order to save paper, we will be emailing the link to the South Park Newsletter with a target date of the first of every month. Please check to see that your current email is listed in your contact information on the Portal. There may be times when we send out a message via phone or text as well, so it is important that we have current contact information in our system.
Are You or Someone You Know in Need of Assistance?
If you or someone you know is in need of assistance in one of the areas below, please contact Jodi Gunckel or Heather Wolters for specific organizations and phone numbers in the areas you need assistance.
- Child Care/Day Care, Clothing Assistance, Employment Resources/Job Search, Energy Assistance, Financial Assistance, Food Assistance, Health Care/Mental Health, Home Repair, Housing Options & Respite, Information & Referral, Labor Related Resources, Legal Services- Mediation, Personal and Family Concerns, Refugee and Immigrant Services, Transportation, Veteran Services, Work-Related Services for the Disabled.
Having Difficulty Finding the Resources You Need?
To connect to community service, help is just 3 digits away. United Way 211 provides easy access to health and human services.
Dial 2-1-1 OR 1-800-924-5514 for help with information about food resources, counseling, employment, health care, child care, support groups, housing, clothing, after school programs, or legal aid.
It's FREE, confidential, and available 24/7.
Questions, Suggestions, Concerns
At South Park Middle School we are dedicated to providing the best educational program possible for our students. Should something occur that you have a question about or are unhappy about, please give your child's teacher a call first. If you are unable to resolve the issue call me at 424-1228 ext. 2703 so that we can work together to address your need. If you have a concern that you have been unable to resolve with me, you may call Dr. Andrew Jones, Director of Administration, at 424-0100. He will help you address your concern and/or connect you with others who can help.
Notice of Surveillance
South Park Middle School is using video surveillance/electronic monitoring to observe, monitor, and/or record the behavior and activity of all personal on school property or grounds, or participating in school functions
American Disabilities Accommodations
Upon request, reasonable auxiliary aids and services will be provided to individuals with disabilities. If assistance is required, please provide advance notice by calling the school office at 920.424.0431.
The Oshkosh Area School District, including all school buildings/sites/programs, does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, creed, age, national origin, ancestry, orientation, or physical, mental, emotional or learning disability. Therefore, no student shall be excluded from participation in any curricular, extracurricular, student services, recreational or other program or activity. When separation by sex in education activities is appropriate for health and/or safety reasons, equal educational opportunities shall be provided for both sexes.
School Safety/Where to Drop Off/Pick Up During the Day
For safety reasons, all entrances are locked. A "buzz in" system is located at Door #1. If you need to drop off something or pick something up or drop off/pick up a child, please do so at Door #1.
Whom Should I Contact?
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Specialist Updates and News
- After School Program
- Art News
- Before School Program
- Canvas Observer
- Early Release Wednesdays
- Guidance Office
- Holiday Breaks
- Food Service & Menus
- Media News
- Sports News Updates