FAQ's - Summer
1. How do we enter the building during the
Access to the main office is via the front doors on Bay Avenue.
Visitors may park in the semi-circular area in the front of the
building on Bay Avenue. Our address is 1801 Bay Avenue. Please ring
the doorbell and you will be buzzed in. In addition, our phone
number at OCIS is 399-5611.
2. What are the hours that the school is open during the
The school office is open from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm starting July
1st until August 17th. Starting August 18th, the office hours
return to normal (7:30 am to 4:00 pm).
3. What do I do if I moved here and need to register my
A phone call to the school's guidance secretary, Mrs. Brown,
would be appreciated. Mrs. Brown's phone number is 399-5611, ext.
5417 and her email is firstname.lastname@example.org . Our guidance secretary
will inform you of the proper documents that are necessary and/or
will help with the process.
4. Is there an orientation for new
For the upcoming school year, our new student orientation will
occur on August 30th. There are two orientations, one for the
students and families of 4th grade students (9:30 am) and a
separate orientation for students new to the district that are in
grades five through eight (10:30 am).
5. When does school usually begin for the school
The school year typically starts the week of Labor Day. Please
check the district website for the school calendar.
6. Where can we find out information about school
lunches and lunch account information?
The OCIS website has a link under "Get Informed" for "Food
Services". Once in this section you will find menus and other
important documents, including online lunch accounts.
7. When are student schedules sent out?
Student schedules are usually mailed in mid-August, just prior
to the new student orientation.
8. Are there summer reading assignments?
The school website lists Summer Reading on the left side of the
front page. Each grade has its own link with a Summer Reading Book
List. Below the Summer Reading tabs you will also find information
on School Supplies, which is also broken down by grades.