Vol: 17 No: 36 May 12, 2019
Hello fellow APT parents:
Next year marks a tremendous opportunity to shape and influence the board of the Alliance of Parents & Teachers at OSA (APT). There are many open board positions, and we are looking for energetic and interested parents to help support and lead the way. Here are the available positions:
Vice President of Community Relations
Vice President of Communications
If you are interested in one of these roles or have questions regarding them, please reach out to me at email@example.com. I look forward to the opportunity to meet many of the incoming board members during the final week of school.
All the best,
APT General Meeting
When: Tuesday, May 14, 2019, 6:00 – 7:00 pm
2010-20 Academic Year Start Date
When: Monday, August 19, 2019
Time: Monday, June 3, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Location: Fox Theater
When: Monday, June 3, 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Location: Fox Theater
Monday, May 13 – Friday, May 17
Event: Advanced Placement (AP) Exams
Tuesday, May 14
Event: APT General Meeting
Time: 6:00 pm
Location: Student Center
Monday, May 20 – Friday, May 24
Event: Senior’s Finals
Monday, May 27
Event: Memorial Day – NO SCHOOL
Tuesday, May 28 – Friday, May 31
Event: Final Exams
Friday, May 31
Event: Last Day of School
Seniors: There will be a Senior Meeting this Monday, May 13, in Room 302 from 1:00 to 1:30. Students can contact Destiny for information or questions.
8th Grade Dinner Dance: The 8th-grade dinner dance will be held on Friday, May 24, from 6:30-9:00 at Sweets Ballroom. The theme is Hollywood/Movie Star. Tickets are $25 and include dinner, drinks, and the photobooth. Tickets are available in Room 248 at lunch. Students interested in helping out should come to Room 248 at lunch on Thursdays.
Prom: Thanks to all the support at prom this year! Such a fun event and big shout to our prom dean Ms. Zaugg for her dedication to this event for the past 3 years! Students who lost anything at prom please check our prom lost and found in Ms. Zaugg’s office.
OSA Student Council: The time has come for OSA Student Council re-elections. May 29, elections will be held with the High School and rising 9th-grade candidates giving speeches and a vote. MS Elections will be held next fall. Positions available are Student Body President (Senior Only), HS Vice-President (Upperclass-students Only), Secretary, Treasurer and Grade Representative (9th to 12th). Students must sign up outside of Mr. Oz’s office and send a copy of their speech to him no later than Wednesday, May 22. All information can be found outside his office. Please note MS & HS Student Council will be joined as one force next year as one council.
Registration Now Open!
Running June 17-28 and July 8-26, Monday through Friday, (10am-1pm: Beginner/Intermediate; 1:30-5pm: Intermediate/Advanced at Oakland School for the Arts School of Dance 3rd Floor Dance Studios), Savage Jazz Dance Company’s Summer Intensive is a 5 week training program for students 10 and up, headed by SJDC Artistic Director and Oakland School for the Arts School of Dance Department Co-Chairs, Mr. Reginald Ray-Savage and Ms. Alison Hurley.
With classes in Ballet, Contemporary, Body Conditioning, Repertory, and more, the program emphasizes a passionate and committed approach to training, and students will be expected to embrace this approach as they are challenged to hone their technique, improve their strength, and increase their flexibility and stamina.
An outstanding training ground for contemporary dancers, students of SJDC, Mr. Savage, and OSA have gone on and been accepted to University of North Carolina School of the Arts, Ailey/Fordham BFA Program, London Contemporary Dance School, The School of American Ballet, American Ballet Theatre Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School, The Juilliard School Summer Intensive, Hubbard Street II, Ailey II, Martha Graham Dance Company, Philadanco! The Philadelphia Dance Company, Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE, A Dance Company, Oakland Ballet Company, Garth Fagan Dance, Mark Morris Dance Group’s The Hard Nut, Disney’s The Lion King – Musical, and more.
Anyone serious about their dance training will benefit from this program.Those intending to pursue or currently in training to become professional dancers, particularly those interested in performing with Savage Jazz Dance Company, will have a chance to experience how the company trains and to learn SJDC repertory.
Those wanting to attend OSA’s School of Dance will get to experience and gain a deeper understanding of what it is like to train as a young dance student at OSA.
Get $100 off the price of tuition when you register by May 15!
Download your registration form here: http://www.savagejazz.org/uploads/3/1/9/6/31964201/registration_form_summer_2021.pdf
(Or stop by the Dance Studio to pick up a registration form from Ms. Hurley)
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Get your training on!
(Registration materials required for all students)
SUMMER A CAPPELLA INTENSIVE
WEEK 1: June 19 – 25 (no session on Sat/Sun), 12 – 4 pm
WEEK 2: July 8 – 12, 12 – 4 pm
LOCATION: Oakland School for the Arts, 530 18th Street
TUITION: $325 for one week or $600 for both (scholarships available!)
INSTRUCTOR: Lisa Forkish (B.M. Berklee College of Music, renowned a cappella arranger and director of Vocal Rush)
In this RISE intensive, singers will learn challenging contemporary a cappella repertoire with a social conscience, cultivate creative expression through improvised harmony singing, develop leadership skills, and foster connection and community with other teens. Open to youth ages 13 – 18. Rise up and sing for change!
- Executive Director Letter, 2018
- Donate to OSA Annual Fund
- Order an OSA Yearbook
- OSA Spotlight – February 2019 edition
- Hot Lunch Menu
- My School Bucks – Add money to School Lunch Account
- OSA Commuters – Connect with other commuters and find discounted student Clipper cards.
- KOSA Radio – student radio
- konstella.com/amazon – Use this link when shopping on Amazon. It brings more money into the school than going directly to smile.amazon.com.
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