A Public Education School Where Everyone Can Learn and Contribute
Share:   

Call Us: (989) 739-2033
3550 E River Road
OSCODA, MI 48750-9025
 
   

Hot off the Press!


Please check individual school sites for Student Highlights.

OHS Students       RES Students Click on RES Students to see our latest news of the Souper Bowl Supperand Reading Buddies 


Mr. Macho OHS 2015 contest on Friday, March 27th @ 7 pm

The OHS Student Council will be hosting its annual Mr. Macho OHS 2015 contest on Friday, March 27th @ 7 pm.   Seven guys will be vying for the coveted title competing in several categories such as Swim wear, casual wear, Athletic, Formal, and talent.  We encourage you to come on out to the evening performance and watch these guys who help the student council with this fundraising event.  It is a FUN, ENTERTAINING night.  For only $5 you can come support these OHS guys and the OHS Student Council.  You'll have the opportunity to vote for your favorite contestant in the "People's Choice Award" as well as get a chance to buy something from the Student Council's evening Bake Sale. 


So, please put Friday, March 27th on your calendar and come enjoy the show - Mr. Macho OHS 2015.  

Book Fair is Coming March 31st through April 2nd at RES  Click Here to READ all about it!

 

Oscoda Area Schools Employee Insurance Benifits Bid Invitation  (Click here)

 

March is Reading Month

Yearbook sales $35 preordered through March 7 - $40 after.

Sales envelopes were distributed to students.  Contact Mr. Farver if you have any questions or need more envelopes.   739-9121   ext 2228   farvert@oscodaschools.org


Public Education School in Oscoda, Michigan

 

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.

 

3550 E River Road
Oscoda, Mi 48750

989-739-2033


Staff Resources 

Family/Student Resources

Google Apps/Email

MI School Data

Oscoda Area Schools PTO

Cafeteria Corner

Staff Directory

Tech Plan

Oscoda Schools Annual Report

 Oscoda Area Schools Reports

Student Survey (Middle/High School)

 

New to Oscoda Schools?

First: "Welcome! Glad to Have You!"

Next: Find all the forms for Enrolling into our District under the Family/Student Resources link located in the right column. Simply print them out, fill them out and bring them on in! We can't wait to meet you!

 

Visit us on Facebook


Later  Start/Finish to School    Day Survey

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

The Oscoda Lady Owls traveled way south on Saturday to take part in the Hazel Park Preseason Tournament with the Home team, Redford Thurston and Union, Southfield Christian and Ferndale.  Even though the matches will not count for the team's overall record, the Lady Owls got their season off to a great start, going 4-0 and bringing home the first place trophy.

Oscoda opened their day facing off with Redford Union.  The Lady Owls exhibited some rusty play, having only two days of practice outside this season so far.  The defense played strong and held Union to two shots on goal.  The Owls offense peppered the Union goal with 12 shots and claimed victory, 1-0 when Amanda Gilliam stole the ball and filled the netting.  

After a break, Oscoda faced off with the other team from Redford.  The offensive assault continued with 14 shots on goal but this match three of those found the net for a 3-0 victory.  Gilliam scored the first two and Maddie Livvix nailed the lid on the win.  Megan Walker and Dafina Meco picked up assists.  Meco, an exchange student from Albania, was playing her first game of American Soccer.  The defense came up big again, holding Thurston to 1 shot on goal.

The Lady Owls entered the third match against the hosts knowing they had one mission.  They needed a victory or they would be kept out of the Championship Match by tie breakers.  Both teams fought hard and Hazel Park actually outshot the Owls 7-3 but Oscoda found the net and won 1-0.  Livvix booted the game winner with Walker earning the assist.  Keeper Taylor Johnson made 5 Saves and Carli Pollard posted 2 non-keeper saves.

Oscoda moved into the final against high scoring Southfield Christian.  Oscoda jumped to an early lead when Walker scored a nice goal off a Livvix assist.  Oscoda missed a chance to go up 2-0 but a Penalty Kick missed the mark.  Southfield came down and tied the match at 1-1 but then the Lady Owls took it to another level and played hard on both ends of the field.  Livvix netted two goals and the Oscoda defense held strong.  Johnson made several big saves and her defense made 3 non-keepers.  Two for Pollard and Kaleigh Vollmers earned her career first.  Gilliam and Paige Huebel were credited with assists on Livvix's goals.

"We are excited for this season", said Head Coach Gary Schneider.  "We have a strong Senior Core but we also have many new and exciting new players.  Our Freshmen this year have all been active in the AYSO youth program and we expect them to be big contributors this season."

Oscoda opens their regular season on Thursday with a trip to Saginaw Nouvel for a 5:00pm clash.

To Check our soccer news please visit our websites at: Lady Owls: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Oscoda-Lady-Owls-Soccer/291761320883004

On Saturday,  February 21, 2015, the Oscoda Owls Varsity Bowling teams traveled to Hi Skore Lanes in W. Branch for the Huron Shores Conference position round and last week of regular conference play.  It was a big day for the Girls Varsity as they finally defeated the John Glenn Bobcats 22-8 , and securing  the Huron Shores Conference Co-Championship with a 9-1 record for the season.  This is the first ever conference championship for the Oscoda Girls Varsity Bowling team.  High scores for the girls were Jules Roach with a 233 and 159; Ellie Dumaresq with scores of 188 and 182; Paige Huebel shot 173 and 184; Cassidy Cleary had a 188 and Alex Nelson shot a 155.  The Boys fell to the Pinconning Spartans, 21-9, finishing their conference season with a record of 5-5 and 4th place.  High scores for the boys were Grant Huebel with games of 202 and 190; Scott Cleary had 223 and 166; and Brandon Anaya shot a 201.
Next weekend, the Oscoda Owls will travel to Bay City on Friday and Saginaw on Saturday for the MHSAA Division 4 Regional Team and Individual Tournaments.

 


 

Varsity & JV Softball

 

 

 

Varsity & JV Baseball

 

Varsity & JV Track

 

7th & 8th Grade Track

 

 



 

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 stemenl@oscodaschools.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  oaseducationfoundation@gmail.com.

 

Be sure to check out our Board of Education page for Board Meeting Agendas, Minutes and Special Board Meeting notices! 

Meet the Board Members and find out whats happening at our schools!

 

Health Proposal

Click here for the new health proposal for Oscoda Employees.  Click here to see the current coverage. 

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

Contact us in Oscoda, Michigan, to learn more about our school district features.