• Engage


    Fostering children's development of concentration, coordination, independence, and order, Children's House provides students with a prepared environment in which to engage deeply with developmentally appropriate materials.

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  • Explore


    Lower Elementary curriculum engages the student's imagination, creativity, and exploratory nature while focusing on broad cultural concepts and academic skills.

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  • Interact


    With a focus on enhancing research and study skills, the Upper Elementary environment stimulates the students to interact, synthesize information, think critically and analytically, and problem solve.

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  • Develop


    Middle School students benefit from a rigorous academic curriculum, and develop strong interpersonal bonds while enhancing their intellectual and social consciousness.

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  • Empty Bowls Community Service Painting Party

    empty bowls.jpg The OMS Community Service Committee Announces... a Painting Party at Oak Meadow to benefit the Empty Bowls project! "Empty Bowls is an international grassroots effort to fight hunger and was created by The Imagine Render Group... 515e162703965.image.jpg Oak Meadow’s community service committee kicked off the Empty Bowls Project in October at Oaktoberfest. At this and other events, students, parents and friends of the community as well as faculty and staff have painted close to 50 bowls! Please help us to reach our goal of 100 finished bowls! Join Art teacher Catherine Karp in the Oak Meadow Art Studio for a Painting Party on Friday, January 9, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Wine and light hors d'oeuvres will be served at this 21+event. Space is limited, so please reserve your spot place at the table. (There is a nominal fee of $5.00 to cover the cost of a ready-to-paint bowl and snacks.) Can’t make it but still want to participate and support the Empty Bowls Project? Mark your calendar for Family Fun Night on March 20th. For a donation, the finished bowls will be used to serve a simple meal. Family Fun night begins at 6:00 p.m. in The Rizzi Center. For additional information on this OMS Community Service Project, please contact Anita Tarantino or Catherine Karp.

  • OMS Community Service Collects Books for DCF

    Collecting GENTLY USED BOOKS
    for DCF-Lowell

    books.jpg Oak Meadow’s Community Service Committee is collecting books for foster youth and adults. Bring your gently used children's books to the OMS foyer until December 15. * We cannot accept magazines, coloring books, textbooks, dictionaries or encyclopedias.

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    Giving Tree Gifts Due MONDAY

    Oak Meadow’s UE students are wrapping up their annual Giving Tree community service project. If you are participating in this project, gifts are due on Monday, December 15. Please bring your gift, wrapped and with the ornament tag attached and leave it in the designated box in the foyer. Many thanks from Oak Meadow's UE students, the OMS Community Service committee and the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families (DCF-Lowell) for your support of this project. Many families in need will be able to enjoy the holiday season thanks to the generosity of the Oak Meadow community.

22 Dec

NO SCHOOL - December Vacation

Thru: 1/2/2015
5 Jan

Classes Resume

Monday Morning Meeting

The Rizzi Center
8:45am - 9:15am