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.
Hot off the Press!
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OHS Students RES Students
Enjoy your summer break!
Good Luck to our Graduating Seniors!
The District School Improvement Team is reviewing the current vision and mission statement for Oscoda Schools.
We are hoping to improve our statements and would love to have your input on this process. Please click here to fill out this brief 7 question survey through the link below.
Oscoda Scholar-Athletes Seniors Class of 2014
Taylor Morse - Cross Country & Soccer - 4.0
Paige Senn - Volleyball, Basketball & Soccer - 3.97
Sarah Yates - Basketball & Soccer - 3.85
Emily Simpson - Bowling & Track - 3.74
Trent Hendricks - Wrestling & Track - 3.63
Katlyn Scott - Volleyball, Basketball & Soccer - 3.62
L-R Back: Katlyn Scott, Sarah Yates, Trent Hendricks, Emily Simpson, Paige Senn. Front: Taylor Morse
Richardson Elementary teacher Morgan Potts and the Fuel Up To Play 60 Reps are proud to announce that Richardson Elementary School is the recipient of a $1,130 grant from Fuel Up To Play 60.
The grant money will be used to purchase a portable speaker system. The speaker system will be used during weekly Fuel Up To Play 60 recess competitions, daily in Physical Education class to hear instructions and to listen to music to keep them pumped up and moving! Money from the grant along with the “Mmm…Yogurt” grant through the United Dairy Industry of Michigan, received earlier in the year, will also be used to make healthy smoothies for the students to try later this school year.Richardson Elementary School would like to say a big thank you to Fuel Up to Play 60 organization and the United dairy Industry of Michigan for their continued support to keep our students healthy!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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!
Click here for the new health proposal for Oscoda Employees. Click here to see the current coverage.
In an effort to improve system practices
Oscoda Area Schools is conducting a Parent Survey. We VALUE your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey. In order to complete the survey, please click on this link: Parent Survey Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. Your honest opinion is appreciated. Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.
OHS Students are working hard to make your season bright, with no shortage of Owl Athletics at MHSAA! MHSAA State Championships - Streamed Live to you computer @ www.MHSAA.tv!
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We are pleased to announce a change in how you and your community can access Oscoda's MHSAA home. Vanity or customized URLs (the technical acronym for hyperlinks) are now in place for all high schools and junior high/middle schools. For example, if you are looking for information on Oscoda, the sample links (URLs) below are in place:
To reach Oscoda's MHSAA home:
To reach Oscoda's Varsity Football:
To reach Oscoda's Varsity Girls Basketball:
NOTE: The links above are examples for high schools where varsity is referenced. Visit your junior high/middle school home page and navigate to the different sports to view how this feature uses different levels in the URL. The varsity level for junior high/middle schools will be removed prior to the 2013-14 season for all non-high schools.