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.)
Welcome to Oak Grove...
Oak Grove Staff, don’t forget to get out on the hill today to rep your college. Students will be playing human bingo college edition, so be prepared to answer some questions like: Were you in the marching band in college? Or Did you change your major more than five times? That’s human bingo college edition on the hill at lunch!
“Go Back to Where You Came From!” That’s what they said to me. And that’s the title of this week’s video for Window to the World. Six volunteers follow the path of refugees and asylum seekers in reverse. They go from a detention center, to a boat, to a refugee camp, to a war zone. Bring your lunch see what happens. That’s today during lunch in C-16.
MESA will meet today after school from 3-4pm in P-3, come and find out about the projects and competitions we will be working on this year!
Attention all basketball players, tryouts are coming fast. Please be sure to complete all athletic paperwork before Oct. 31st. Athletic paperwork can be found on the Oak grove website. If you have any questions see Coach Buller.
The 2016 MLK Student Writing, Art, and Multimedia Contest is on now. Respond to these words and you could win. Winners at our school site will win 100.00 for first place and 75.00 for second place. The first place winner will go on to compete at the district level where the grand prize is a whopping 250.00! See your art or English teacher for details. Hurry Eagles the contest ends November 10th.
Congratulations to the girls tennis team for winning this year’s West Valley Division Title! Go Eagles!
Did someone say yearbook? Calling all you artists to help create the yearbook cover! This year the theme is "A Piece of Us"! Please design a cover where it includes puzzles and your imagination. Send in your design to Sharon Quach or Mr. Thompson in room Q2! Winner will recieve a free yearbook!
It’s October and that means Oak Grove’s Annual Halloween Fest is right around the corner. All clubs interested in giving back to the community can contact Ms. Cabrera in the Parent Center next to the library.
Seniors, if you have not taken your senior portraits yet, please make your appointment with JP Impressions. You may not be pictured in the yearbook if you delay.
Chessmaster D'Lamont returns to us this Tuesday at lunch. He will be teaching a lesson using the famous Morphy queen sacrifice game. Come to room S-1 at lunch to get some insight from this exciting narrative story.
Hey all you after school Eagles! Looking for a light snack to tide you over until you get home? Visit the student store located right next to the student bank. Open everyday after school.
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
PSAT Testing for sophomores and those juniors who purchased the PSAT test
PSAT Testing 8:15 - 11:40
Student Lunch 11:40 - 12:15
(All students must report to their classes for periods 1-3
Period 2 12:20 - 1:15
Period 3 1:20 - 2:15
Period 1 2:20 - 3:15
Thursday, October 20, 2016 (Great Shakeout & Fire drills)
Period 4 8:15 - 9:10
Period 5 9:15 - 10:10
Period 6 10:15 - 11:30 (Drills)
Lunch 11:30 - 12:00
Period 7 12:05 - 1:00
Students in the Graduating Class of 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020 from East Side Union High School District will qualify for guaranteed admission to SJSU if students are on track to graduate and meet CSU eligibility requirements.
The program provides a pathway to admission by clearly specifying the admission requirements and sharing information with students and families in the district.
Seniors, apply to SJSU by November 30th!
For more information please see the attached flyers.
The deadline for all application materials is November 30, 2016 at noon ET.
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation College Scholarship Program is an undergraduate scholarship program available to high-achieving high school seniors with financial need who seek to attend and graduate from the nation's best four-year colleges and universities. Selected from a nationwide pool of applicants, up to 40 students will become Jack Kent Cooke Scholars and have access to funding for up to four years for undergraduate studies.
Each award is intended to cover a significant share of the student’s educational expenses – including tuition, living expenses, books and required fees. Awards vary by individual, based on the cost of tuition as well as other grants or scholarships he or she may receive.
This highly competitive scholarship includes:
Our Administration Office is open Monday - Friday from 7:15 - 3:45.
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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.