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|"Freedom is not to be achieved; liberation is not a thing to be gained. Freedom, or liberation, is that state of mind which is essential for the discovery of any truth, any reality, therefore it cannot be an ideal; it must exist right from the beginning. Without freedom at the beginning, there can be no moments of direct understanding, because all thinking is then limited, conditioned. If your mind is tethered to any conclusion, to any experience, to any form of knowledge or belief, it is not free; and such a mind cannot possibly perceive what is truth." - K
Welcome to the last week of the 2011-2012 school year, a week full of ceremony as we honor students transitioning from one area of the school to another. Particular congratulations go to our seniors who will graduate on Wednesday, ready for college and the world! Thursday is the last half day of school - please see below for important details on the End-of-the-Year Assembly and Potluck. Oak Grove families past and present are invited to the Family and Alumni Reunion on Saturday. Finally, to help you plan for the next school year, the 2012-2013 school calendar is now available on our website. Click here to view and download the calendar.
Thank you everyone for all that you have contributed to making this the rich, wonderful year it has been. We look forward to seeing you at the end-of-year assembly and potluck on Thursday.
| Dates to Remember|
Please note the following events:
Monday, June 4th - 8:00 - 11:00AM - 2nd Grade trip to the Ventura River.
Monday, June 4th - Wednesday, June 6th - High School finals.
Tuesday, June 5th - 8:00AM - Parent Forum meeting in the Main House. Also, 8:30AM - 3:00PM - 5th Grade trip to Ventura Beach. Finally, 5:00PM - Senior Dinner at Pine Cottage.
Wednesday, June 6th - 2:30PM - 8th Grade Gateway Ceremony. Also, 6:30PM - High School Graduation Ceremony.
Thursday, June 7th - 9:15AM - Preschool Goodbye Gatherings. Also, 9:45AM - Kindergarten Gateway Ceremony. Finally, 10:30AM - End-of-Year Assembly and Potluck. Join us in the spirit of joy and community as we welcome summer.
Families are asked to provide the following:
Gluten-free families please bring a labeled, gluten-free dish. Everyone else: please provide a dish based on your child's last name:
A - E Appetizers
F - K Side Dishes
L - N Salads
O - Z Main Dishes
Please remember that our campus is "meat-free." To lessen our impact on the environment, please bring your own reusable plates, cups, napkins and utensils. Parent Forum will provide water. Please bring your potluck item to the kitchen when you bring your child/ren to school in the morning. This will help Parent Forum to begin set-up preparations before the assembly begins.
Saturday, June 9th - 11:30AM - 2:00PM - Family and Alumni Reunion. All current and former families are welcome!
|Summer Camps are filling up... |
The deadline for June camp signup
is June 6th.
|The Krishnamurti Foundation of America |
June 22nd - July 1st, 2012
Re-envisioning Education, and the Craft of Teaching and Learning
Uncovering and questioning our assumptions about teaching and learning.
Starting with the questions that we grapple with in our daily lives as educators, the program builds on the insights participants come to from their own deep looking and shared inquiry during the program. We shift from seeking answers to finding key questions that transform the way we see (and respond to) our educational challenges.