Doing what is best for students is our guiding principle. To this end, the Oakwood School community commits the resources, support, expertise and experiences needed for all students to achieve.
The Oakwood School community educates students to become ethical decision-makers who achieve their life goals, take responsible risks, and contribute to the greater good of the world. Graduates are prepared for their post-secondary pursuits, proud of their Oakwood education, and poised to lead and serve.
We want to make sure all members of our Oakwood Schools community are receiving necessary communications. If you are not receiving communications from our teachers, buildings and Superintendent, please click the Get Connected button to send an email to Community Relations Director Traci Hale. Please include your student's name, grade and building.
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It's been a school year that won't soon be forgotten. And through it all, our students, staff and community demonstrated why Oakwood rocks!
We conclude our series introducing you to some members of the OHS Class of 2020 with a senior who didn't let her challenges stop her from getting the most of her high school experiences.
Did you miss information coming from Oakwood Schools? Now you can review the Message Archive by date. (See recent list at right)
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Each month, Oakwood Schools recognizes an outstanding member of our staff, as chosen by other staff members.
Check each month to meet our Staff Superstars!
Each month, we share with you another one of our staff member's Lumberjack Story. To see all of the stories, visit our archives at My Lumberjack Story.
Oakwood Schools is partnering with the Ohio Department of Education and the Ohio Department of Public Safety to provide an anonymous tip line that could prevent a school safety crisis. Calls and text to the tip line, 844-SaferOH (844-723-3764), are answered 24 hours a day by trained professionals who can help.
This tip line allows students and adults to anonymously share information with school officials and law enforcement officials about threats to student safety—whether that involves a threatened mass incident or harm to a single student.
If you see something or have concerns, say something. Don't wait until it's too late.