8:25 a.m. - First Bell (Students enter the building)
8:30 a.m. - Tardy Bell (Classes begin)
3:30 p.m. - Classes are dismissed
Oakland Elementary was built in 1924 according to the design of architect Frederick Madison. In 1946 it became part of the Royal Oak school system. Originally there were 5 rooms.
Today we have 12 classrooms, a Media Center and Gymnasium, two Computer Labs and rooms dedicated to Art, Music and Spanish!
On site before and after school day care is available through our Latch-Key program. Check with the School Board Office for details about enrollment in this program.
There are a variety of extra-curricular activities for Oakland students including the opportunity to be involved in the daily live television broadcast, Service Squad and Safety Patrol positions, and Student Council.
In addition, our very supportive PTA provides a school newspaper, the "Roadrunner Review," outstanding cultural presentations and enrichment activities as well as social events throughout the year.
At Oakland... Great Kids
+ Great Staff
+ Great Parents = Outstanding School!