Oakwood Junior High Principal Tim Badenhop looks at how perspective can change the whole situation.
As we celebrate Thanksgiving, Allyson Couch reminds us about how important it is to be thankful all year around.
Special Education Supervisor Frank Eaton looks at what is special about Special Education in Oakwood.
OHS Principal Paul Waller celebrates recent achievements and welcomes back alumni.
How has the "great experiment" changed in the wake of our changing politics? Board of Education President Todd Duwel tackles that tough topic.
Dr. Kyle Ramey looks at some of the enhancements that parents and students will see as they return to school this year.
A simple act of kindness reminds one administrator to live in the moment. Read how a simple note and some cookies changed Lange School Principal Frank Eaton's day and outlook.
Following the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Director of Education Services Allyson Couch looks at the importance of relationships with students can be.
Kevin Philo has been the Treasurer/CFO for Oakwood Schools for 24 years. In this article, Phil explains how he works to be a good steward of the taxpayers' money.
OJHS Principal Tim Badenhop talks about the responsible risks he and the district are taking on behalf of Oakwood's students.
Recruiting and retaining the best and the brightest can be a tough process. Here's how Allyson Couch, Human Resource Director, works to put together the best team for Oakwood Schools.
Do you know how to instill empathy in your children in today's society? A group of Oakwood parents have been trying to answer that question with the help of a new book and group discussions.
What could you do with 24 crayons? Board of Education President Todd Duwel looks at what's ahead in Oakwood.
If you're trying to determine what is the best device for your student, read this article from Oakwood Technology Coordinator Matt Sproat. His Device Advice will help you with your purchasing problems.
He may be familiar to you as the principal of Oakwood High School or maybe you know him from Twitter, now Paul Waller is trying his hand at blogging.