February Newsletter

Three Oaks Elementary Newsletter

The Nation’s First Core Knowledge School

 Tami LeMaster – Principal

Kelley Hill – Assistant Principal

Phone: (239) 267-8020

Fax: (239) 267-9559     


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Important Dates

Thursday February 2nd                                     Groundhog Day

Sunday February 5th-11th                                 School Counselor Week

Tuesday February 7th                                      Krispy Kreme Donut Money Due

Thursday February 9th                                     Interim Day

Saturday February 11th                                    Everblades Spirit Night- 7pm

Monday February 13th- 17th                              Kindness Week Dress Up Days

Tuesday February 14th                                     Valentine’s Day

Wednesday February 15th                                Kindergarten/1st/3rd Health Screenings

Thursday February 16th                                   Krispy Kreme Delivery  

Monday February 20th                                     Presidents Day







Monday February 27                                       Jump Rope for Heart Begins

Counselor Corner

Dress Up for Kindness Week 2/13-2/17

2/13-    Dress like a Rockstar

2/14-    Tie Dye or Valentine’s Day attire

2/15-    Superhero Day

2/16-    Western Day

2/17-    Show your school spirit (Wear your school shirts)



Three things in human life are important: the first is to be kind; the second is to be kind; and the third is to be kind.” Henry James


Activities to Promote:


  • Have students write notes of appreciation to school personnel (teachers, administrators,

    custodians, cafeteria workers, office staff, and bus drivers) and allow the students to personally

    deliver the notes.


  • Send cards to soldiers


  • Donate food to a food bank

Everblades Spirit Night: February 11th

Enjoy a fun night of hockey with Three Oaks Elementary at Hertz Arena for Nickelodeon Night! Come out and support Three Oaks Elementary through purchasing a discounted ticket for Saturday, February 11th at 7pm. Watch the Florida Everblades take on the Orlando Solar Bears!

$5 from each ticket sold goes back to Three Oaks Elementary! Please use the link below…



ID’s Required

For the safety of our students, teachers and staff, anyone who enters our campus for any reason at all MUST show their ID card or Bear Tag to the front office. Pictures of ID’s and pictures of Bear tags are NOT allowed.


If your child is going to be absent or you need to email a doctor’s note, please email that information to [email protected] or send it into the teacher.

Please remember to put why your student has been absent.


Clinic Needs

The clinic needs boys and girls bottoms sizes 5 and up.



Birthday/ Holiday Celebrations


Students’ birthday/holiday celebrations may be celebrated. Just a reminder that any treats given out in the classroom need to be individually wrapped and store bought this year.  Please communicate with your child’s teacher if you do wish to bring something in.


Transportation Changes

If there is any change in the way your child is going home, we MUST have a handwritten note with specific instructions. The note must be given to the teacher by the morning of the change in order to clear up any questions that may arise. Please do not email transportation changes to your child’s teachers. They do not always read their emails during the day. 

You may email only EMERGENCY transportation changes to [email protected] before 1:00 pm. If we do not get a note, your child will go home their normal way. NO CALLS will be accepted for transportation changes due to safety and security issues.

Counselor Corner



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The School Board of Lee County, Florida

District 1            Chair, Samuel Fisher

District 2            Melisa W. Giovannelli

District 3            Chris N. Patricca

District 4            Vice Chair, Debbie Jordan

District 5            Gwynetta S. Gittens

District 6            Jada Langford Fleming

District 7            Cathleen O’Daniel Morgan

Board Attorney   Kathy Dupuy-Bruno, Esq.

Superintendent   Christopher S. Bernier, Ed.D.


Three Oaks Elementary School

Vision: A fair and excellent education for all students.

Mission: To provide all children an excellent education through a solid, specific and sequenced curriculum.