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  • End Of Course Biology test
     
    The EOC (End Of Course) test for Biology will be given on May 19, 20, and 21. This is a test that is first given in 10th grade and that all students must pass for graduation. If your student is taking this test, please help make sure that he/she comes to school prepared. 

     
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  • The next School Board meeting will be on Monday, May 18, at 5:30 in the high school library. All are welcome!

     
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  • Summer Meals for Kids and Teens
     
    Please check out this flyer to find out more about free meals for kids and teens during our summer break.

     
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  • Click here for our May breakfast and here for our May lunch menu. Yum!

     
     
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Newsletters

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    Important message from the Superintendent
     
    Click here for an important message from the Superintendent about social media. 

     
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  • School Improvement Status
     
    Click here for exciting news from the Superintendent about the high school's and district's school improvement status.

     
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  • What's in our halls
     
    Click here for a collage of student work and other things posted in our halls.

     
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Teaching and Learning

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    Sports 
     
    Sports schedules and scores can be accessed through Schedule Star

     
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  • The Thirty Million Word Gap
     
    A child’s early language environment plays a critical role in his or her listening and spoken language development. For children born into poverty, there is a well-documented inequity in their early language experience. By age four, disadvantaged children have heard approximately thirty million fewer words than their more affluent counterparts. These differences in parent-child interactions produce significant discrepancies in not only children’s knowledge, but also their skills and experiences with children from high-income families. Independent studies show that these differences in language and interaction experiences have lasting effects on a child’s performance later in life. Read about the importance of a language-rich environment for your children here and here

     
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  • Counseling website 
     
    Ms. Brown, our Guidance Counselor, recently launched her Counseling website. Click here to check it out. It is awesome!

     
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  • Gear up 
     Gear Up

    The Oakville District is proud to claim ties with Washington State's Gear Up college preparedness program. From the Gear Up site: 
    For more information, please contact Mr. Larry Crowley, Oakville's Gear Up liaison.  


     
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  • Student Insurance
     
    Is your child covered by a high-deductible employer plan? If you have to pay hundreds, or even thousands of dollars in order to meet your deductible, the K-12 Accident insurance plan can reimburse you for your children's eligible medical expenses as you continue to work toward meeting the deductible on your employer plan. Click here to find out more.

     
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  • Supplemental Education Services (SES)
     
    Click here to access OSPI's information about Supplemental Education Services the Oakville District offers under the Title I, Part A, law to help satisfy one of the school improvement requirements. Click here to see Oakville's information.

     
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