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3550 E River Road
OSCODA, MI 48750-9025
 
   

 

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.

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Commencent exercises for the Class of 2015 will be held in the Oscoda High School Gymnasium on Sunday, June 7, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. Congratulations to all of our graduates, and best wishes for a bright and successful future!

 

 


 

 


 

 

 

 

TWO-Can Tuesdays!!!!    Bring in two empty soda cans on Tuesdays to donate the the Middle School Student Council

 

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.

May 5th, at the Au Sable River Restaurant in Mio the North Star League honored the Senior Scholar-Athletes for 2014-2015.  The Juniors will be recognized at an assembly later this month.  To receive Scholar-Athlete honors an individual must be a Junior or Senior, participated in at least 2 MHSAA recognized sports and have a 3.5 GPA. Click here for the list of Juniors and Seniors that earned this award.

The Seniors in the pic are: (Back row L-R) Tristan Cooper, Ellie Dumaresq, Paige Huebel, Brad Gresens (Front row L-R)  Taylor Huitema, Lauren Skidmore, Maddie Livvix, Jenna Corwin, Megan Walker, Cynthia Compian, Asia Frei 

Varsity Girls Soccer

 

 Tuesday, May 26th, Oscoda Lady Owls opened soccer District play in Gladwin, the hosts for Oscoda's district.  Although Oscoda controlled most of the first half and took 11 shots on goal, Gladwin led at the half 1-0 on a set play goal from their goalkeeper.  Oscoda was still looking snake bit in the second half when they again controlled much of the play but again, the Gladwin goalkeeper scored on another direct kick from the Oscoda end.  With less than three minutes to play the Oscoda girls found themselves down by two and time running out.  They were pushing hard and Senior forward Maddie Livvix took a pass from fellow Senior Megan Walker and blasted the ball into the netting.  Walker got her chance 50 seconds later and did not miss, booting her own goal.  Senior Paige Huebel earned the assist.  With the score tied at 2, the teams went into two 10 minute overtime periods.  After playing most of the overtime up and down the field, Senior Amanda Gilliam netted the game winner with a minute and 36 seconds left.  Livvix was credited with the assist.

Oscoda's defense was led by Carli Pollard with 6 steals, 11 intercepts and 2 non-keeper saves.  Kaleigh Vollmers posted 10 each of steals and intercepts.  Katie Thompson posted 5 of each.  Ashlynn Wojciechowski made one non-keeper save.  Taylor Johnson made 8 saves in goal.

Oscoda will return to Gladwin on Thursday to face Houghton Lake who received a bye in the opening round.  The second round match will be at 6:00 pm.  

Friday, May 22nd, an undermanned Oscoda Lady Owls soccer team visited Standish-Sterling and produced a victory, 1-0.  The Oscoda coaches got a chance to try out next year's line-up in the match, due to the fact they were missing all but one Senior because it was Senior Trip day.  To make matters worse, several players left early for their holiday weekend, leaving the Owls with three substitutes on the bench, two of which were fighting nagging injuries.  The Owls easily defeated the Panthers two weeks earlier, 8-0, ending the match at home early by Mercy Rule.  That was with a starting front line consisting of all Seniors and another 4 Senior starters.  

"I was happy with the way the girls played tonight", said Coach Gary Schneider.  "I was very pleased with the passing and the ball movement and the hustle the girls displayed for the entire match."

Freshman Cassidy Cleary scored the Owls game winning goal.  Goalkeeper Taylor Johnson earned the assist after she boomed a punt downfield that Cleary collected and drove to the goal.  Johnson made 8 saves in the match to earn the shutout.  Johnson set some personal goals during the match with her 200th save of the season and the 500th of her career.  She is quickly closing in on the team record, held by Kaylee Charters, of 551 set in 2013.

Leading the stellar defense for the Lady Owls was Junior Katie Thompson with 10 steals and 8 intercepts.  Fellow Junior Baylee Walker posted 6 steals and 9 intercepts.  Freshman Kaleigh Vollmers posted 4 steals, 8 intercepts and 1 non-keeper save.  Another Junior, Dana Hunt tallied 6 steals and 4 intercepts.  Ashlynn Wojciechowski secured the shutout with 2 non-keeper saves.

Oscoda opens District playoff action on Tuesday when the travel to District Hosts, Gladwin for a 5:00 pm match with the Flying G's.  The winners will play Houghton Lake on Wednesday, in Gladwin, after the Wildcats drew a bye.

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.

 

Wrestling Awards

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)

2014-2015 All-League Stats (Click Here)

Varsity & JV Softball/Baseball

Oscoda Softball/Baseball Results May 7th

Girls and Boys Track Results for 5-18-2015

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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 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

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