Dear Oakdale High School students and families, I would like to thank everyone for their patience as we try to navigate these uncharted waters. None of us have experienced anything quite like this pandemic before but I am confident that we will get through these difficult times. First and foremost, our number one concern is for our students' health and well-bing, as well as their families. As we move further along into our school closure it is important to us that all families are receiving any support that our site may be able to deliver. Please do not hesitate to contact teachers via email with any questions or concerns. Enrichment activities are posted on our site to keep your students engaged as well as teachers are checking emails daily to address any needs you may have but please don't stress over the school work that will be missed. Although things can change, our plan is still to re-open school on May 4th. Working together we will guide our students through this unprecedented time.
On a side note, there are many questions about how the extended school closure will affect school life like grades, special events, graduation and more. As we gain more information, we will keep you updated regarding these and any other questions that may arise.
Please stay healthy.
Oakdale High School, est. 1893.
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MUSTANG RESOURCES FOR SUCCESS
FUEL YOUR BRAIN
Students currently able to purchase breakfast at a reduced cost will have breakfast provided for free from 7:00am - 7:40am.
GET EXTRA HELP
After School tutoring opens its doors on Monday, August 17 in room J-1 at 2:10 sharp! Staffed by an OHS math teacher and an OHS English teacher, you can get help in any subject!
STAY ON TRACK
Track grades and upcoming assignments through the Aeries portal or use the Grades
OHS BUSINESS OFFICE
Stop by at brunch, lunch, of after school in the main hall. Buy tickets, PE clothes, ASB Stickers, and testing materials.
DON'T WAIT, GET HELP
If you or someone you know is struggling with ideas of suicide, learn the signs and reach out to your lifeline. 1-800-273-TALK