To provide a safe, caring learning environment where students achieve the academic, personal, and social development required to pursue post-secondary education, compete in a changing job market, and participate in a multicultural, democratic society.
(Please note: Anonymous reports are accepted however they must provide sufficient evidence to justify the commencement of an investigation. Formal disciplinary action may not be based solely on an anonymous complaint.)
An Interesting Fact of the Day to celebrate Black History Month: Madam CJ Walker was not just the first African American female, but the first female in general to become a self-made millionaire. She invented hair products that were made specifically for African American hair
Hey Sophomores! There will be an informational class meeting this Wednesday at lunch in X-1! We'll be discussing the theme for this year's FANTASTICS, practice dates for the skit and powderpuff, and more! Hope to see you there!
CSF: All students who qualified for the California Scholarship Federation need to bring the first semester report cards to room U105 at lunch and fill out the second semester CSF application. The deadline is February 12th.—Kick
Interact will be selling rose grams in front of ASB until Thursday. For just $1 You get 1 rose and a card and for $5 you get a dozen roses! You can have it be delivered to anyone at Oak Grove.
Students interested in becoming an ASB or Class officer next year, please see Mr. Chung in room C10 for more information. Petitions will be due on early Feb. 12th!
Attention Students interested in going to Italy next summer. Wednesday, Feb. 10th, in room D5, we will be holding a follow up meeting for potential travelers. This meeting is mandatory for those interested in going. If you can not attend, please see Ms. Fontaine or Ms. Hopkins in the D building
February is teen dating violence awareness month. Roughly 1.5 million high school boys and girls in the U.S. admit to being intentionally hit or physically harmed in the last year by someone they are romantically involved with. If you know someone who needs help please come to PF20.
SENIORS! LIGHTS OUT! WEAR YOUR HOMECOMING SHIRT OR ALL BLACK TO THE RALLY TO SHOW YOUR SPIRIT.
Also, Seniors! There will be a Fantastics meeting this Friday in X-1. We will answer any questions about other senior activities as well
Students, you may have noticed some new incentives for academic achievement this year. We have given away more than 900 Papa John’s gift coupons for $5 large pizzas and 88 free large pizzas for perfect attendance to date! In addition to this, we have chosen our year’s first students of the month! They will receive a gift card for a free drink at My Che Coffee Shop!
Please take a moment to congratulate the following students and staff for being voted in as Student/Employee of the Month for February:
OGHS Employee of the Month: Mr. Keith Chung (certificated) and Ms. Rhonda Wood (classified)
OG Students- Complete this survey and be entered for a chance to win a HP Pro Slate Tablet and other cool prizes!!
This survey is for OG students only. To qualify for the raffle this survey needs to be completed on or before Friday 2/12.
Here's an exciting event you may want to consider applying to:
What is VISION's objective?
Through workshops and Cal VSA's (Vietnamese Student Association) Culture Show, one of the largest Vietnamese student-run productions in the nation, this program aims to inspire students to become leaders and make a difference within their communities by developing leadership skills. We started this program to provide students with an educational environment where they can acquire knowledge of the Vietnamese community, heritage, and culture. With VISION, students will be given the opportunity to explore and become involved in discourse regarding Vietnamese and Vietnamese American topics such as history and contemporary issues.
What can students expect from VISION?
Vision is a 4-day, 3-night, all-expense-paid program from Thursday, April 7, 2016 to Sunday, April 10, 2016. Housing, and food will be provided for the 4 days, as well as transportation to and from the students' high schools in Berkeley. The criteria for applications will be based on the applicants' quality of essays, leadership potential, and enthusiasm. Applicants from all backgrounds and ethnicities are encouraged to apply; the application is also open to ALL grade levels in high school. Selected students can expect to network and collaborate with other high school students from all over California through interactive activities, workshops, and discussions. This program will not only educate and inspire our mentees, but also allow them the opportunity to forge new, lasting friendships in a fun and safe environment.
What is this year's theme?
VISION 2016's theme is Acknowledge Connect & Empower (A.C.E). The Vietnamese community, as any other community, has learned to embrace their Vietnamese and Vietnamese-American identity and what it means to be an Asian American in a diverse environment. Through this theme, we would like our mentees to acknowledge themselves and their past, connect with others through their experiences, and empower themselves, each other, and their community. We will have workshops to learn about how we as individuals can come together to make a difference in our own lives and others. As a culmination of the conversations we will have in our workshops by the end of the program, mentees will have developed skills to make an impact in their community.
Ultimately, the goal for VISION is to empower their mentees to become culturally educated leaders who will initiate change within their communities with the intention of bettering the future.
Below is the link to VISION's online application, which is due on Friday, March 4, 2016:
If you're a member of an under-represented group and are considering pursuing a teaching career, you may want to apply for this scholarship.
CTA/Santa Clara County Service Center Council's Human Rights Committee will award up to three $2,000 scholarships to encourage members of under-represented groups to enter the teaching profession.
*Attached is application form
Please note that the submission deadline is Friday, April 29, 2016
Completed applications must be mailed to:
Attn: Human Rights Committee
4810 Harwood Road, Suite 100
San Jose, CA 95124
Leadership Conference for High School Girls, Young Adults and their Allies
Saturday, March 12, 2016 8:00am – 1:30pm School of Arts & Culture @ Mexican Heritage Plaza 1700 Alum Rock Ave,San Jose
Event is FREE, Space Limited. Register Here:
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Rental of District Facilities
East Side Union High School District is pleased to announce a new, online facility rental system, designed to provide a simpler and more positive user experience for requesting facility use. Click Here to access this system, or go to www.facilitron.com/oghs95123. For information about how to use the system, please click here.