Public Education School in Oscoda, Michigan
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Oscoda Area Schools in Oscoda, Michigan, provide you with a public education school for K-12 students.
Partners in Learning
We at Oscoda Area Schools firmly believe that everyone can learn and contribute, and that all employees and volunteers at our public education school are partners in learning.
Respect is a Key Ingredient
Everyone should have respect for self and others. Community support and involvement are essential to the success of our school. Families share in the responsibilities of educating their children.
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This Week's Review in Sports
Check out the New Oscoda Athletic Weekly (OAW) You will be able to find the links to this weekly update on our Athletics page.
Varsity Girls Soccer
Saturday the Oscoda Lady Owls soccer squad traveled to Houghton Lake to take part in the Bobcats Invitational Tournament. The Lady Owls opened against Suttons Bay in an early 9:00 am match and Oscoda jumped out to an early lead about halfway through the first half. Paige Huebel bought the ball upfield and found an open Amanda Gilliam who sent a rocket shot into the Norsemens net. The two teams played even up for most of the match but Suttons Bay held an edge on shots on goal. They managed to tie the match at 1-1 with minutes left to spoil the victory for the Owls. Suttons Bay took 13 shots to Oscoda's 8. Taylor Johnson made 10 saves in the Owl's net and Senior defender, Carli Pollard, notched 2 non-keeper saves. Pollard also posted 6 steals. Kaleigh Vollmers talled 6 intercepts.
Oscoda next faced off with Roscommon who beat them a few days ago, 5-1. Roscommon took the lead in the first half when they scored off a header. Oscoda tied the score early in the second half when Gilliam stole a ball and found an open shot and nailed the ball into the net. Roscommon netted their second goal several minutes later and the Owls were unable to equalize. Johnson again made10 saves and drew rave reviews from opposing coaches and referees in attendance for her outstanding play. Maddie Livvix led the defense with 7 steals, 9 intercepts and 1 non-keeper save. Pollard tallied 4 steals and 7 intercepts. Katie Thompson posted 6 intercepts.
The Lady Owls finished their day with a nice win over the host, 2-0. Oscoda outshot Houghton Lake 12-4. Johnson earned a shutout, making 3 saves. Livvix set up Gilliam for Oscoda's first goal. Then Livvix scored one of her own when she took a long outlet pass from Vollmers and scored. Both goals came in the first half. Pollard posted 5 steals, 6 intercepts and 1 non-keeper save. Thompson and Brianna Axline each made 5 steals also.
Oscoda pushes their record to 2-2-1 on the season. Their match with Standish was postponed by weather on Monday night and they visit Grayling on Wednesday.
The Oscoda Lady Owls hosted their first home match of the season Wednesday night and welcomed the Lady Bucks of Roscommon. It took just 61 seconds for the Bucks to sneak a quick goal past Oscoda kepper, Taylor Johnson. Oscoda quickly regained their composure and for the next 39 minutes the two squads played square to the halftime whistle. Oscoda came out of the half with a flourish and Paige Huebel knotted the match at 1-1 just over six minutes into the second half. Megan Walker earned the assist. The score remained the same until the Lady Bucks broke the tie in the 58th minute and never looked back. Roscommon padded their score in the 72nd minute and the in the 76th minute netted two to end the scoring, the first being a Penalty Kick. Roscommon outshot Oscoda 19-4. Johnson made 13 saves in goal and Carli Pollard was credited with a Non-Keeper save. Pollard led the defense with 9 intercepts and 4 steals. Kaleigh Vollmers posted 5 steals and 4 intercepts. Both teams will face off again this Saturday when they take part in the Houghton Lake Invitational.
To Check our soccer news please visit our websites at: Lady Owls: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Oscoda-Lady-Owls-Soccer/291761320883004
Special Award winners were Jack Montgomery (Sportsmanship), Josh Wards (Most Valuable wrestler & Michigan Grappler Regional Dream Team-2nd Team), Anthony Johnson (Rookie of the Year & holding the North Start League Championship Trophy), Antonio Raona (Most Improved), Harry Samotis (Will to Win) and Jimmy Hohl (Most Improved)
Varsity & JV Softball
Oscoda Softball Results April 13th - 18th
Varsity & JV Baseball
Varsity & JV Track
Girls and Boys Track Results for 4-16-2015
7th & 8th Grade Track
3550 E River Road
Oscoda, Mi 48750
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High School/Middle School Mentors Needed
What: 45 Minutes spent during the school day with a student who needs someone else to care about them.
Oscoda Schools would like to expand this program at the high school/ middle school grade levels. The program is already at the elementary school and mentors are also welcome there.
- Who: Adults who care and want to make a difference in the lives of youth.
- What: 45 Minutes spent during the school day with a student who needs someone else to care about them.
- When:Year round one time per week
- Where:Oscoda High School & Middle School
Mentors are matched with one student and meet with them one time per week during the school day - every week. Mentors help the student be more successful in school. If you know of a adult who would like to mentor a student please email Linda Stemen, Parent Outreach Liaison, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 739-4472. We all know someone who has time to share please encourage them to mentor.
Oscoda Education Opportunity Foundation
This foundation has been doing many wonderful things with our school district and its students. This foundation was formed in 1992 by a group of volunteers who wanted to maximize every existing educational oppourtunity for Oscoda Area School students and staff as well as create some new ones. Click here to check out their website to see what opporunities are available. You can also email questions to email@example.com.
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The mission of the Oscoda Area School District—through partnership with the home and community—is to deliver comprehensive and challenging learning experiences, preparing all students to become productive, responsible members of society.
Hours of Operation: Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–4 p.m. EST • Proudly Serving: Iosco and Alcona Counties
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