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Help Oak Grove Band Boosters raise funds to support Music and Guard Programs
Oak Grove Band Boosters and band/guard members are selling Christmas wreaths, garland, and gift cards!
Visit ogbb.org/fundraisers/Wreath, Garland & Gift Cards for more info. Order online or from a band or guard student.
Orders are due by... Continue
NFL Veteran Julian Jenkins presents “College Recruiting Simplified”
Oak Grove High School is proud to announce that we will host NFL veteran Julian Jenkins from NCSA Athletic Recruiting for his presentation: “College Recruiting Simplified.” The event is on Tuesday, October 20th at 7pm in the ... Continue
PSAT to be Administered on Wednesday, October 14th
On Wednesday, October 14th, Oak Grove will administer the PSAT to all sophomores (free of charge) and to those juniors who have signed up and paid to take this test. The test will begin at 8:15am and students should report to their assigned test l... Continue
Water Conservation Efforts
Oak Grove took new measures this month to further conserve water use on campus. With California in the third year of an extreme drought, the state recently mandated a 25% reduction in water use. Oak Grove’s water-saving steps will help us meet or exceed this state-wide mandate.
Landscape watering is Oak Grove’s biggest use of water. The school decided to allow all lawns not used for athletics to go dormant. This means the lawns around campus will turn brown but be kept alive with minimal watering.
The area around our modernization projects will not be re-seeded with lawn after construction is completed. To keep those areas attractive, more drought-tolerant plants will be used instead of lawns or plants that require heavy water.
Community partnering is another key part of Oak Grove’s overall strategy to save water. With teamwork, conservation practices, and smart water management technologies, the school can do its part to cut water use. We’d like your help, though, to make sure water is not wasted during off hours. If you see the sprinklers in use on days other than Monday and Thursday or a problem with our irrigation system (for example water run-off or broken sprinklers), please report it immediately to our facilities office, 408-347-6413. We will be sure to address the issue when school resumes.