Read Superintendent Dr. James Q. Hammond's Letter about Extending Online Learning Model

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    OMSD- Please Read Superintendent Dr. James Q. Hammond's Latest Letter Regarding - Extending Online Learning

Mission Statement

  • Mission Statement

    The mission of Oaks Middle School is to close the achievement gap by providing  every student a comprehensive education that prepares them for future learning and success in a global society.

    2020 PBIS Community Cares Award Oaks AVID National Demonstration School PBIS Platinum Award Logo

    PBIS Gold Award Logo 2017 PBIS Gold School 2016 PBIS Gold School

Important Message from Superintendent: Please Read

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Meals Will Now be Served on: Tuesday - Friday

  • New Meal Service Schedule

If You Need Assistance:

  • Virtual Service

Parent Engagement

Congratulations Students of the Month - click on the image to view the presentation

  • Oaks Students of the Month

Reading Counts/i-Ready Academic Incentive Programs

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Attendance Drawing

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    Attendance Drawing 11.18.20

     

PBIS Kickoff Prize Winners - Prizes will be available starting Friday, September 18th 1:30-3:30

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    PBIS Kick Off Prize Winners

OMSD Online Student Enrollment for New & Continuing Students & Information

Upcoming Events

New Online Learning Schedule...Effective September 14, 2020

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Twitter Announcements

Administration

Oaks School Library

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School Videos

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     Parent Registration Video

Think Together

Meal Service

Homeless or In Transition Students (McKinney Vento Homeless Education Act)

  • All students considered homeless or in transition, includes students who lack a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence, are afforded certain rights under the law:

    • Immediate enrollment, even if family lacks records normally required for enrollment
    • Placement in student’s school of origin, unless is against family’s wishes
    • Transportation to and from student’s school of origin
    • Free school meals

    Please call your child’s school and ask to speak to the Outreach Consultant or Principal for assistance with this process.  You may also call the OMSD Family & Collaborative Services directly at 909-418-6398 or click this link to find out if you qualify for services: Family Support Survey

Important Letter from Superintendent Dr. James Q. Hammond regarding "Return to School"

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