• The OSD's Harvest Feast is on Thursday, November 20th. Please see the flyer that was sent home, or call the school for information.

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  • Click here for the breakfast and here for the lunch menu for the month of November. We have the best kitchen staff!

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From the Principal

  • November 17, 2015
    Temperatures in our region are plummeting as we are headed into the cold season. Please be sure to dress your student accordingly. If your child is in need of a warm coat or shoes, please call the school. Our staff members are discreet about making sure that your student is dressed for the weather.
    Fall conferencing is behind us, and we want to thank all the parents and guardians who showed up to support their students. It is opportunities like these that enable students to showcase who they are, how they take ownership of their learning, and how they are planning for the future by setting short- and long-term goals.
    Our Veterans Day assembly showcased how our students can put together an event around a day of remembrance as important as Veterans Day, and how the students in the bleachers are respectful during these official assemblies. We want to thank the community members that attended as well as the two guest speakers.
    We welcome Mr. Mack McDaniel, our new English teacher. Mr. McDaniel replaces Ms. Ashley Adams.
    The District's annual Harvest Feast will be this Thursday, November 20. Middle and high school will feast at 11:15; K - 3 at 11:45; 4 - 6 at 12:15. Each student may invite two family members. Sign-up sheets were sent home, so that our kitchen staff know how many people to prepare food for.
    As we are entering the holiday season, the students have put the first quarter of the school year behind them. That means 45 school days. Our staff have enjoyed working with your students every day. The second quarter will be even better!
    Caspar van Haalen 
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Teaching and Learning

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

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  • Dealing with tragedy 
    Parents, click here to get some tips regarding how to communicate with your student about the recent tragedy in Marysville and similar events.

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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: 
    "At GEAR UP, we believe that young people who start planning in middle school have a better chance of entering college and completing their degrees. With programs in 73 school districts around the state of Washington, we focus on students from underserved schools, helping them to prepare for college and gain access to financial aid."
    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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  • Schedulestar 
    You can now log on to www.schedulestar.com to track schedules and scores of our sports teams. You can set up your own account through that site to get notifications, such as email alerts.

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