transcript of today's robocall
Tue, Oct 2 9:42am
Kaiser Elementary

Hi Kaiser Families:


A robo-call will be going out this evening.   Here is a transcript of what it will say....




Hello Kaiser Elementary Families.


This is your principal, Dennis Guikema, with a message about several important things.   Please listen to this message all the way through, or read the transcript sent via Konstella.


Minimum Days and Conferences Next week.   Next week we will have minimum dismissal at 1:30 PM each day in order to make it possible to have conferences with all families.   If you haven’t set up a time with your child’s teacher, please reach out to them right away.  During this week Adventure Time will be available, but there will be no after school enrichment classes.


Walk-a-thon:  Our walk-a-thon is only a week and a half away!   If you haven’t already, please help your child set up a fundraising page at  We are ⅓ of our way to our fundraising goal, and we need your help to make sure we get all the way there!  This fun event makes our art, music, academic enrichment and much more possible.


University t-shirts:  This Friday Kaiser will start a fun new tradition.   Every first Friday will be “University t-shirt day”.   To boost our college going culture at Kaiser, staff will wear spirit wear from our alma maters each first Friday.  Students and families are welcome to don university gear as well!


OUSD enrollment window opening soon.   The latest issue of the Pink Panther newsletter will come home with your child today and has important information about OUSD’s enrollment window for 2019-20.  Families of current kinder - 4th graders do not need to do anything… your space at Kaiser is guaranteed. This is, however, a very important time for our 5th grade families.   We also want to spread the word to next year’s kinder families and anyone else interested in Kaiser next year. Please see the Pink for more details or go to


Again, a transcript of this message will be sent via Konstella.


Have a pleasant evening!


~ Dennis Guikema, Principal