Oscoda Area Schools in Oscoda, Michigan, provide you with a public education school for K-12 students.
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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.
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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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Welcome to 2016!
The Oscoda Sport Boosters is once again holding their annual "Reverse Raffle" on Saturday, March 12th. This is their biggest fundraiser each year which helps support all of the Oscoda Area Schools sport teams. Dinner Tickets are again $75 each and includes dinner for 2 and one chance in the big raffle - top prize is $1000, 2nd prize $500, 3rd prize $250. Everyone wins SOMETHING. In addition, we run a separate raffle which we call a "Fun Time Raffle" and this year we are raffle off 2 Kayaks as top prize and 2nd prize is $250 in gas cards. These tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20.
Tickets are NOW ON SALE from any boosters member or from me, Yvonne Mallak, at the high school office! Our dinner has sold out all 4 or 5 years we've had it....so if you plan to go...DON'T WAIT to get your ticket! It is a great night - with great friends - all supporting a GREAT CAUSE! Hope to see YOU there!
The Wrestling team defeated Gaylord but lost to Mio on Wednesday. Earning two wins on the night were Brian Ouillette, Anthony Johnson and Harry Samotis
Our Winter Homecoming week will be February 8th to 12th with our Homecoming Game on the 12th vs. Mio. The Homecoming dance will be the following evening.
Oscoda traveled to the UP to compete in a Quad meet against Ishpeming, Westwood and Rudyard Saturday. The Owls defeated Rudyard (37) and Westwood (65) but were edged out by Ishpeming by a score of 83-82. Massicotte, Venney, Curtis and Lee took 3rd in the Medley Relay. Shane Massicotte and Patrick Lee finished 3-4 in the 200 free. In the IM Jonas Berenkowski and Quentin Venney combined for a 2-4 finish in the IM. Robert Berridge took 5th in the 50 free. Dillon Gaines and Austen Curtis combined for a 2-3 finish in the 100 fly. Robert Berridge and David Varga swam to a 4-5 finish in the 100 free. Jonas Berenkowski and David Varga took 3-5 in the 500. Gaines, Berenkowski, Varga and Berridge finished 3rd in the 200 free relay. In the 100 back, Shane Massicotte and Quentin Venney finished 3-4. Dillon Gaines and Austen Curtis took 4-6 in the breast. Finishing out the meet the 400 free relay team of Berridge, Berenkowski, Gaines and Varga took 2nd while Curtis, Lee, Venney and Massicotte took 3rd. The Owls face Ogemaw Heights Tuesday at home
|Oscoda hosted Ogemaw Heights Tuesday night and struggled to keep pace with a team looking to capture the ISC swim conference title this season. The Owls led by Massicotte, Venney, Curtis and Lee took 3rd in the Medley Relay. David Varga and Patrick Lee combined for a 2-5 finish in the 200 free. In the IM Jonas Berenkowski and Quentin Venney took 3-5. Robert Berridge and Shane Massicotte took 2nd and 5th in the 50 free. Dillon Gaines took 3rd in the 100 fly and David Varga and Robert Berridge finished 2-4 in the 100 free. Jonas Berenkowski and Patrick Lee took 2-4 in the 500 and Gaines, Berenkowski, Varga and Berridge finished 2nd in the 200 free relay. Shane Massicotte and Dillon Gaines took 4-5 in the 100 back and Austen Curtis and Quentin Venney finished 3-5 in the breast. Berridge, Berenkowski, Gaines and Varga finished off the evening taking 3rd in the 400 free relay ending the meet with a score of 44-137. We had some great swims tonight with Patrick Lee posting 2 personal bests, David Varga and Robert Berridge PR'd in the 100 free and both Massicotte and Gaines posted season bests in the back. The Owls travel to Garber Tuesday.
The Varsity boys basketball team lost a heart breaker to Alcona 55-53 on a last second shot. Leading the Owls were Kyle Charters and Grant Huebel, each with 18 points.
The JV boys basketball team hosted Alcona on Friday. They came up a little short, losing 67-58. Jean Church scored 20 points, Braeden Barnes 18, and Jacob Condor 10 in the loss.
The bowling teams lost to Ogemaw. The boys lost 19.5-10.5 despite Grant Huebel bowling a 257 and 194. Brandon Anaya rolled a 166 and 169. The girls lost 24-6, leading the way was Erin Senn, she bowled a 176 and 155. Andrea Gutierrez added a 165 and Belle Yell bowled a 172.
Summer Science Camps for Students
"Some of you may be interested in summer camp opportunities. I wanted to share the links to U of M summer camps and MSU summer camps with you. The confidence and experience gained through these summer programs may be very valuable to give you exposure to a University campus, University setting, and an experience away from home in a safe environment.
Check out the links and see what is available. If you have difficulty navigating through either site, please let me know. I have spent a bit of time searching sites to provide opportunities to my own children. I want to share those opportunities with you as well." Mr. Berenkowski
3550 E River Road
Oscoda, Mi 48750
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