Oaks Elementary School

Oaks Announcements

The Pennsylvania Department of Education just launched the Future Ready PA Index, an online, one-stop shop that provides a clear and easy-to-navigate platform for viewing information on student and school success. The Future Ready PA Index moves beyond focusing solely on standardized test results to evaluate success by using a collection of indicators, which illustrate academic proficiency, college and career readiness, and more. Take a comprehensive look at how our schools are doing in educating and preparing students for success by visiting the new Future Ready PA Index: futurereadypa.org.


PSSA Testing Assessment Window for 2018-19

English Language Arts - April 15 - 26 Grades 3-4

Mathematics/Science/ Make-Up Window - April 29 - May 3 Grades 3-4

Upcoming Events

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Spring-Ford News

News

The Pennsylvania Department of Education just launched the Future Ready PA Index, an online, one-stop shop that provides a clear and easy-to-navigate platform for viewing information on student and school success. The Future Ready PA Index moves beyond focusing solely on standardized test results to evaluate success by using a collection of indicators, which illustrate academic proficiency, college and career readiness, and more. Take a comprehensive look at how our schools are doing in educating and preparing students for success by visiting the new Future Ready PA Index: futurereadypa.org.

Read more about Future Ready PA Index

Caron's Student Assistance Program presents PREP, Prevention Resources and Education for Parents, a program designed for parents and caregivers of children in middle school and high school. The program is facilitated by professionals in the field of addiction treatment: provide information on current youth drug trends, such as vaping, and the dangers of use to the developing brain and body; empower parents and caregivers with effective communication skills when talking with their children about alcohol, tobacco and other drug use; review the importance of establishing clear rules and consequences at home regarding substance use; evaluate resiliency factors that help protect kids from substance use; provide local resources if addiction support is needed. WHEN: Tuesday, November 27, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. WHERE: Spring-Ford Area High School, 350 South Lewis Road. DETAILS: Click here to register.

Read more about November 27, 2019: Prevention Resources for Parents

The Spring-Ford Area School District Comprehensive Plan (formerly known as Strategic Plan) serves as a roadmap to ensure alignment of district expenditures with the instructional goals that are embraced by our school district and mandated by the Pennsylvania Department of Education. Earlier this year, the District developed an internal and external stakeholder survey to help determine district challenges and strengths, skills and attitudes necessary for Spring-Ford graduates and fiscal priorities for the next five years. District strengths, challenges, priorities were established by holding focus groups that included district administration, faculty, school board members, parents and community members. Please click here to review the Spring-Ford Comprehensive Plan Report.

Please click here to share your questions, comments and/or feedback.

Read more about SFASD Comprehensive Plan

Oaks Elementary School

PO Box 396, Oaks School Drive, Oaks, PA 19456-0396


Mark D. Moyer, Principal
Phone: 610-705-6008 | Fax: 610-705-6247

School Hours
Doors Open: 8:45 a.m.
Classes: 9 a.m. - 3:40 p.m.

Kindergarten Schedule
AM: 9-11:40 p.m.
PM: 1-3:40 p.m.

Spring-Ford RAM Watch

Click here to submit a Ram Watch referral.

You are the ones who really know who is in trouble, who needs help. They are your friends, and you are the ones who can help watch out for them better than anyone else. RAM Watch was designed to give you a safe and anonymous way to watch out for those friends.

If you are in immediate need of help, call 9-1-1 or go to your local area hospital Emergency Department, or call the Montgomery County Mobile Crisis Support number:
Adult Crisis Support:
855-634-4673
Child Crisis Support:
888-435-7414