November 2021


Monday, November 1

PTO Meeting in Media Center 6:15

Tuesday, November 2

Inspire Club 2:50-3:50

Lego League 3:00 - 3:45

Thursday, November 4

Scholastic Book Fair 2:45-3:15

Friday, November 5

Scholastic Book Fair 2:45-3:15 AND 5:45-6:15

PTO Family Movie Night 6:00

Monday, November 8

Kiwanis Food Drive begins

Scholastic Book Fair 2:45-3:15

Tuesday, November 9

Scholastic Book Fair 2:45-3:15

Kindness Club 2:45

Lego League 3:00

Wednesday, November 10

Early Release 12:30

Scholastic Book Fair 12:30-1:00

Tuesday, November 16

Parent/Teacher Conferences (teacher requested)

Thursday, November 18

Parent/Teacher Conferences (teacher requested)

Tuesday, November 3

Lego League 3:00

November 24, 25, 26


Tuesday, November 30

Picture Re-take day

Kiwanis Food Drive ends

Lego League 3:00






Per OASD policy, each student is required to wear a mask to school each day. Please remember to send one with your child. While we have a limited supply for backups in case some or lost or damaged, we do not have nearly enough to be handing out as many as we have been each morning. Thank you for your cooperation! 



Sleep In Heavenly Peace

Please click HERE for more information on Sleep in Heavenly Peace, how to request a bed, or how to volunteer and/or donate to this amazing organization that is helping kids right here in Oshkosh!! 







Lunch - 2 hours / dayRoosevelt

Breakfast - 2 hours / day Washington

Breakfast - 2 hours / day

Lunch - 2.08 hours / day


Webster Elementary

Lunch - 2.25 hours / day


North High

Cook Helper - Returns Program - 4.5 hours / day

Cook Helper - Dish Machine - 5.75 hours / day

Cook Helper / Server - 5.75 hours / day


West High

Cook Helper - Dish Machine - 3.5 hours / day



Five positions - all area schools

Please apply for the jobs through the WECAN website or contact the Food Service office if you have questions.   920-424-4936



You can help your child increase his or her concentration in various ways. These ways will teach the child certain habits and rules that would make it easier to focus and be less restless, while doing homework or carrying out tasks. The full article can be found here:


1. Divide a Big Task into Small Tasks

2. Reducing Distractions

3. Avoid Television and Cell Phones

4. Doing Homework at the Same Hour Every Day

5. Give Them Enough Physical Activity

6. Let Children Have Play and Fun

7. Enough Rest

8. Set Time for the Completion of a Goal

9. Let Them Play Games that Require Focus

10. Allow Some Time before Beginning a New Task




Breakfast/Lunch Menus

Please click on the links below to view the menus for February:November Breakfast Menu

November Lunch Menu 









Thursday, Nov. 4- 2:45-3:15 pm

Friday, Nov. 5- 2:45-3:15 AND 5:45-6:15 pm

Monday, Nov. 8- 2:45-3:15 pm

Tuesday, Nov. 9- 2:45-3:15 pm

Wednesday, Nov. 10- 12:30-1:00 pm


     PTO Movie Night

          Friday, November 5th 6:00 p.m.

Come enjoy pizza and watch the movie Croods: A New Age!



        Kiwanis Food Drive

                   November 8th - November 30

      Jefferson's goal is to collect 100 lbs of non-  perishable food items! If we meet our school-wide goal, we'll celebrate with an ice cream sundae party!












On October 20th, Jefferson students joined together for Project Connect!

Project Connect joins students, schools, and communities to make a powerful statement about uniting against bullying. Strips of paper are stapled or glued together, resulting in one long connection that visually represents the power of uniting for a common cause.

The message our school made with this chain is that while one person can speak out against bullying, our message is much stronger when we come together to make a difference. Jefferson students and staff then displayed the chain in the foyer. You might have seen it if you have come into the foyer in the last couple weeks.

Jefferson Elementary is committed to a safe and respectful learning environment for all students. This was one way we made a school-wide commitment to unite against bullying.




In an effort to still track return-to-school dates for students, we would like you to continue to notify your student's school when they have symptoms, have tested positive or have been a close contact/household contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID.  Please call the office at 920-424-0165




















Do any of these items look familiar to you? Please stop in and take a look...we want all of these thing to find their owners!