Principals Chrissy Elliott and Sarah Patterson weigh in on balancing work and family, as we try to be the "best versions of ourselves in all of our roles."
OJH Principal Tim Badenhop asks us to pause to make a difference this Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
OHS Principal Dr. Paul Waller looks at the parent and student's role in making college decisions.
We all know kids' anticipation of a snow day but what goes into making that decision? Superintendent Dr. Kyle Ramey breaks down how those important safety decisions are made.
What traditions do you celebrate? Director of Educational Services Allyson Couch looks how traditions can link people to one another and our schools.
As Oakwood Schools adopts standards-based report cards for our younger students, District leaders look at the benefits of this communication tool.
With the launch of the 1:1 program for 5th and 9th-grade students, it’s a great opportunity to share a few strategies the District uses that you can use at home to keep our students’ internet-use safe and productive.
Board of Education President Todd Duwel talks about the new currency, communication, and we could be sacrificing accuracy for speed.
Dr. Kyle Ramey looks at what's next as the District enters Phase 1 of the Master Facilities Plan.
OHS Principal Paul Waller takes a look back at the ups and downs of the school year. What has remain consistent is the ability to care for one another.
Lange Principal Frank Eaton talks about the excitement of a new batch of kindergarten students preparing to come to Lange School
It's testing time. How can you help your student manage this stressful process? Harman's Sarah Patterson and Smith's Traci Hummer provide support for parents and students.
OJH Principal Tim Badenhop reminds us why it's important to respect the journey and not just the achievement in this month's entry, "Remember the Days."
Technology Coordinator Matt Sproat breaks down the District's plans to go one to one with students and Chromebooks.
Looking for resolutions that will make a difference this year for your family? Sarah Patterson and Traci Hummer look at how powerful words can be with our goals.