Welcome To White Oak Elementary School!

Last day of School Thursday June 14th with a 12:30 p.m. early dismissal.
Have a wonderful summer!


PFC Meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month. All are enouraged to attend.

Please see below for minutes and budget.

  Download Actual vs Budget as May 31, 2018

  Download Cash Reconciliation as May 31, 2018

  Download Budget FY 2018-2019

PFC Meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month. All are enouraged to attend.

Please see below for minutes.

Meeting Minutes - 1/2/2017 - Download

Meeting Minutes - 1/2/2017 - Download

Meeting Minutes - 1/2/2017 - Download

Meeting Minutes - 1/2/2017 - Download

Meeting Minutes - 1/2/2017 - Download

Meeting Minutes - 1/2/2017 - Download

The PFC is the Parent Faculty Club.

Traditionally, school associations served as a conduit of communication between parents, teachers and the school administration. These associations also encouraged and enabled parent involvement in the functioning of the school, providing an avenue of input on class curricula, and school activities.

The PFC of White Oak Elementary School, which includes parents of White Oak students, as well as all members of the faculty, continues to serve this function as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. However, the severity of the California budget crisis and the inability of the state to properly support public education have significantly altered the mission of the PFC. Key aspects of your child’s elementary education would have been eliminated if it were not for the PFC financing provided to our school.

The PFC meets once a month and is open to all parents and faculty. As a parent/guardian of a White Oak student, you are invited and encouraged to attend the meetings. PFC representatives welcome questions and are in a position to assist parents and teachers.

PFC By-Laws

PFC Board/Committee Volunteers 2017-2018

PFC Calendar 2017-2018

Upcoming 2018-2019 PFC Board

Please see the download below for more information for sponsoring our wonderful school

Sponsorship Application Form
White Oak's Vision

White Oak Elementary School provides a nurturing environment that balances and integrates academic achievement and citizenship. All students are challenged to reach their maximum potential and become: Risk Takers, Collaborators, Effective Communicators, Technology Users, Responsible Citizens, Critical Thinkers, Initiators

Please support White Oak Elementary by contributing to Direct Donation.

$440 (one child)
$815 (two children)
$900 (three or more children)

Monthly Contributions

Families who wish to pay in installments may do so! Contributions can be spread out over the school year by setting up automatic monthly payments on your credit card.

Payment Options

Art Trek is an independent, hands-on, not-for-profit arts program bringing visual, literary and performing arts into the community.

Please download the flyer below for more information on the Art Trek program.

Art Trek Information Flyer

Questions or concerns regarding classes, pizza or other, please contact Laura Wellerstein and Simona Orsolini

For billing inquiries please email whiteoakenrichment@gmail.com

RAD Hip Hop Classes

Please help White Oak earn money by clipping Box Tops from your favorite products!

Every Box Top counts and the dollars can add up! Let's make this a record year together!

If you have any questions about the Box Top program or are interested in helping to sort and count Box Tops, please contact Nikki Walrath at nikki.walrath@hotmail.com

WOW stands for "White Oak Wonder."

A White Oak Wonder is a student who does an exemplary job of showing a certain month's character trait. WOW award recipients will receive their awards on the last Thursday (grades 4-5) or Friday (grades J-3) of each month*. During WOW awards, other students are occasionally given "Distinguished Lion Awards" which are like "teacher's choice" awards. An example of a Distinguished Lion award would be a certiYicate for "Improvement in Math" or "Being an Amazing Artist" (the teacher creates a custom award for the student).

*Dates are subject to change
Sept - Jan
  • September - Respect
  • October - Kindness
  • November/December - Responsibility
  • January - Trustworthiness
Feb - May
  • February - Fairness
  • March - Citizenship
  • April - Perseverance
  • May - Sportsmanship

The Gold Ribbon Awards recognize California schools that have made gains in implementing the academic content and performance standards adopted by the State Board of Education. These include the California Standards for English Language Arts and Mathematics, California English Language Development Standards, and Next Generation Science Standards.

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The National Blue Ribbon Schools Program recognizes public and private elementary, middle, and high schools based on their overall academic excellence or their progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups. Every year the U. S. Department of Education seeks out and celebrates great American schools, schools demonstrating that all students can achieve to high levels.

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Honors some of California's most exemplary and inspiring public schools. Schools selected for the Distinguished School Award demonstrate significant gains in narrowing the achievement gap.

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