Preserving the Excellence
One of our most important jobs as school leaders is to ensure the District’s facilities remain safe, dry and secure, and support the educational and instructional needs of current and future generations of Oakwood students and staff.
District leaders, with the support and assistance of community members, staff members, students, parents and building experts, have created the District's Master Facilities Plan. The Master Facilities Plan Report was accepted by the Board of Education Nov. 19, 2018.
We hope you will stay engaged in the process.
Operations Coordinator Todd Scott brings more than 16 years experience in school administration dealing with day-to-day operations to his position at Oakwood Schools. You can follow his updates on his From the Group Up blog.
Preliminary work on the MFP has begun. To see details of the work, visit the Operations page.
The Oakwood Schools Master Facilities Plan is divided into four distinct phases. Voters approved a bond issue May 7, 2019 which will provide the necessary funds for Phase 1. To see what is involved in Phase 1, click on the button below.
You can read the complete MFP report and all of the accompanying documentation by scrolling down the page.
Do you have questions about the Master Facilities Plan? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions document for the latest information and answers to questions from community members.
Here's a look behind the walls at some of the needed repairs at the Junior High and High School addressed in 2018-2019.
For more than three years, District leaders have been developing the Master Facilities Plan. Here's a look at the route they have traveled in an effort to make sure the buildings are dry, safe and secure and enhance the educational and instructional needs of current and future students and staff.
Tour Oakwood High School and Junior High
Join OHS Principal Paul Waller on this tour of the facilities.
Mr. Waller takes you through the halls of OHS/OJH showing you some of the oldest and newest parts of this iconic building.
From the boilers to the band room, from the cafeteria to The Pit, this video tour offers you the opportunity to have an up close and inside look at one of the buildings that many people think of when they think of Oakwood.
Tour of OHS/OJH
School Funding Part 1: Dr. Barbara DeLuca
School Funding Part 2: Interim Treasurer Dan Schall
School Funding Part 3: Interim Treasurer Dan Schall
School Funding Part 4: House Bill 920
District's MFP Mission
Behind the Walls at OJHS/OHS
Phase 1 Timeline 12-10-18
Master Facility Plan Announcement 11-19-18
"Oakwood levy passes; will pay for school expenses and renovations," Dayton Daily News, May 8, 2019
"Voters approve new 4.99-mil school levy," The Oakwood Register, May 8, 2019
"Oakwood Schools seeks 2-part tax for costs, building upgrades," Dayton Daily News, April 24, 2019
"School Board places levy, bond issue on ballot," The Oakwood Register, Jan. 16, 2019
"Oakwood Schools move forward with May 7 ballot issue and announce new treasurer," ABC 22/FOX 45, Jan. 14, 2019
"Oakwood Schools moves forward with May 7 levy request," Dayton Daily News, Jan. 14, 2019
"Oakwood Schools will move forward with May ballot issue," WDTN, Jan. 14, 2019
"Oakwood Board of Education pursuing new funding," WDTN, Dec. 11, 2018
"Oakwood schools takes first step toward levy on May ballot" - Dayton Daily News, Dec. 10, 2018
- Asbestos Assessment for OJH/OHS
- Community Meetings
- Detailed Facility Assessment JH/HS
- Educational Adequacy Assessment
- Enrollment Projections
- Facility Assessments
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Ohio Facilities Construction Commission (OFCC)
- Options Feedback
- Staff Feedback
- Visioning Questions