Many successful students earn awards and recognition on a regular basis, but what about the students who work really hard, but often go unnoticed? The Kiwanis Club of Oak Harbor provides a quarterly award to one student in each elementary classroom to the student who has worked really hard at meeting a goal and making improvements in their work.
Santa Orange Project
Key Club and Kiwanis delivered over 200 no-sew blankets to Seattle Children's Hospital. This started as a Key Club project but has become an Oak Harbor Kiwanis Family Project.
The Kiwanis Club of Oak Harbor escorts Santa Claus to each Pre-school and Kindergarten classroom in Oak Harbor in mid December, where he presents each student with an orange brought for them from the North Pole. It is a highlight of the year for most.
Our Kiwanis Club provided a book for every 1st grader in the district and arranged for the Oak Harbor Police Chief to read the book to them virtually .
Every third grade student in Oak Harbor is presented with their very own dictionary courtesy of the Kiwanis Club of Oak Harbor. Teachers use these dictionaries to construct lessons, and the students are able to use the dictionary for homework, reference or independent learning.
Achieving By Believing
Reading with a Leader
No Sew Blankets with