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Before saying goodbye for the summer, I want to take a moment to thank everyone for another amazing school year. Once again, our graduating class has made me proud - from their university acceptances to their constant display of citizenship in the community and around campus. I wish them all the best as they transition into the next phase of their lives.  I also look forward to continuing our work with returning students as they prepare to make the 2017-18 school year their best yet.

 

I would like to thank our parents; without your help and support this year would not have been as successful as it was. Your partnership with Oak Grove makes this an incredible place for your child to learn and grow.  In addition, your involvement enhances your child’s high school experiences and helps create memories that will last a lifetime.  I especially want to thank our Parent Community Organization for organizing an incredible Staff Appreciation Breakfast on Thursday, May 4th.  

 

Finally, I am thrilled to announce that we received a six year accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). The team of teacher leaders and administrators from throughout California who served on our school’s WASC committee commended us on our instructional coaching, Parent Center and outreach efforts, counseling department, Student Support Center, afterschool ASSETs program and the many educational options available to our students.

 

I wish you all a safe and relaxing summer and I look forward to seeing you in August! 

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Posted by: Martha Brazil
Published: 5/25/17




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Only a few yearbooks remain!  Buy one today at the student bank for $65.  Cash only.

 

Seniors, your cap and gown rep. will be on campus today at lunch only. Take care of your graduation needs today in front of the ASB room at lunch. 

 

Attention all students who are signed up to take AP Bio. Please come to one of the informational meetings in Room S-1 at lunch today, either at lunch or after school. It is important for you to know the expectations of the course and summer preparation work that will help you be successful in this course.

 

The 8th annual Oak Grove 3 on 3 basketball tournament is back!  All teams must report to the blacktop today at lunch.  Please bring a ball and be on time!

 

Returning Oak Grove students!  Buy your ASB card now for the upcoming school year!  Why?  Get into all league athletic events, home and away, for free.  Get discounts at the Grand Ball and Homecoming!  Get into Beats ‘n Eats for free and qualify for prizes throughout the year!  Selling now at the student bank during break, lunch, and after school until 3:30.

 

Hey Oak Grove, tomorrow’s expected high is going to be in the 80s.  Good thing it’s Beach Day!  Show your spirit and dress out for Beach Day tomorrow!

 

ATTN: All boys basketball players looking to participate in Summer League, there will be a basketball meeting during lunch on Friday May 19th in the Large gym. 

 

Attention Students: If you signed up for an AP class for the 2017-2018 school year, the last day to withdraw is Thursday, May 25th.  Students are unable to drop AP classes after this date.  Please remember to check Oak Grove's website for recommended summer reading or work.  

 

Hey hey kpoppers! There will be a meeting at lunch next Monday ( May 21) during lunch in S3! We will be announcing our new board and plans for next year! 

 

Reminder teachers, environmental action club's last pick up will be this Wed. ( May 16) ! So please put whatever you can recycle in your recycle bins! 

 

Cyberhigh will be open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday this week only.  Seniors must have all classes completed by May 18th (this Thursday)

 

Debaters.  Come to our last meeting of the year.  We'll celebrate our accomplishments and make a plan for next year.  Bring a snack to share with the team.  See you in room U108, today at 3pm. 

 

Attention all university bound seniors: You will need to send your final transcript to the university you will be attending.  See Mr. Lynch in the Registrar’s Office who has the transcript request forms.  The fee for each transcript request is $5.

 

Teachers: The Art Show is Today in the small gym.  If you plan on taking your classes, please remain with them for supervision.

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 5/17/17




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Parents, 

 

Santa Clara County Behavioral Services and Oak Grove High School would like to invite all parents to join us for a discussion about suicide and how it presents in adolescent youth. Learn what to look for and how to get help. This is a presentation you won't want to miss!

 

When: Thursday May 18, 2017

Where: Room X-1

Time: 6:00 p.m. to 7:30p.m.

 

Translation in Spanish will be available.  

 

Please do not bring children younger than 13 years old. 

 

 

 

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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 5/10/17




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All students who ordered the 2017 yearbook can pick them up at the student bank.  You can still purchase them for $65 at the bank only.  Do not buy them on treering any longer.  Buy them at the student bank!

 

Seniors, seniors, seniors!  Pick up your cap and gowns, panoramic, prom pictures, and pay your fines all at the student bank during break, lunch, and after school.

 

Oak Grove will offer enrichment and credit recovery classes this summer. Please pick up the summer school application from the counseling office. Please check with your counselor to make sure that you are signing up for the right class.

 

Are you interested in being a part of Link Crew next year and helping with freshman orientation? If so, please see Ms. Peth in room U111 ASAP to pick up an application.

 

The 8th annual Oak Grove 3 on 3 basketball tournament is back!  You can sign up for this co-ed event all week in Q1 at lunch.  Win and forever be immortalized on the plaque of fame. 

 

The South Bay Youth Pride Festival will take place this Saturday at the Famaily  & Children Services of Silicon Valley.  If you are interested in going or volunteering for community service hours, please speak to a GSA officer.

 

The annual VSU fashion show is back for its 2017 edition this Saturday at the Oak Grove Theater.  The show will run from 6pm to 8pm.  Get a ticket from VSU today!

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 5/9/17




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Hello Eagles!

 

The yearbooks are in and if you ordered one, you can pick them up at the student bank during break, lunch, and after school.

 

If you want to purchase one now, we are selling them for $65 at the student bank.  

 

DO NOT purchase them from treering any longer as the prices online are more expensive than the physical copies we have at the school.

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 5/3/17




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Live music, food trucks, photo booth, games:  Don’t miss out on the end of the year festivities that is Beats ‘n Eats: Grovelands.  The event date is next Friday, May 5th.  Buy your tickets for Grovelands at the student bank for $3.  ASB cardholders can get in for free!

 

Perform in front of adoring fans and throngs of people.  If you or your band is interested in performing at Beats ‘n Eats, contact any ASB officer or visit Q1 at lunch today to schedule an audition.

 

Calling all clubs!  Raise funds for your organization at Beats ‘n Eats on May 5th.  Sign up today in Q1 or the student bank.

 

Seniors!  Pick up your cap and gowns at the student bank during break, lunch, and after school.  Also, if you took a traditional prom picture, they can be picked up at the bank.

 

Have you ordered your panoramic picture yet?  It’s not too late.  Go to the student bank or Q1 to pick up an order form!

 

Oak Grove will offer enrichment and credit recovery classes this summer. Please pick up the summer school application from the counseling office. Please check with your counselor to make sure that you are signing up for the right class.

 

Are you interested in being a part of Link Crew next year and helping with freshman orientation? If so, please see Ms. Peth in room U111 ASAP to pick up an application.

 

SPRING FOOTBALL PRACTICE BEGIN FRIDAY NIGHT AT 6:30.  IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PLAYING FOOTBALL FOR THE EAGLES NEXT YEAR THEN YOU SHOULD ATTEND. ANY QUESTIONS SEE COACH BRAUN IN ROOM U104

 

 

AP Testing is around the corner. Each AP exam is $93. Please remember to pay your remaining balance to the school bank during break, lunch, or after school. The . All payments must be made by this Thursday in order for you to take your AP exams. 

 

The 8th annual Oak Grove 3 on 3 basketball tournament is back!  You can sign up for this co-ed event all week in Q1 at lunch.  Win and forever be immortalized on the plaque of fame. 

 

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 5/1/17




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THE EATS:

Enjoy food trucks, henna, balloon artists, photobooth, and a variety of clubs selling food and drinks... AND for the BEATS?

 

We are excited to roll out a new edition of B&E this spring that features DJ Omar.  For the first time, after live performances by your favorite student groups like the AXIDENTS and KPOP, our DJ will be spinning his magic for your enjoyment and dancing.  

 

Location: Midtown (between the large gym and the theater)

Time: 4:30-8:30pm

Date: 5/5/17

 

Get the summer started on 5/5!!

Don't miss out and get your tickets for $3 at the student bank during break, lunch, and after school until 3:30pm.

 

 

 

 

 

Tickets also sold at the door for OG students only.

 

 

 

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 5/1/17




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Seniors and parents can order cap and gowns using the link in the attachment below.  

 

If you have already ordered them and had them shipped to the school, visit the student bank during break, lunch, and after school until 3:30pm to pick it up.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 4/25/17




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Oak Grove students volunteering for this event should go to our football stadium by 9am.  If possible, register through the link below, but find a Southridge Church staffer when you get there and they will get you situated.

 

This year, Southridge Church will be partnering with PACE (Pacific Austims Center for Education). PACE provides high quality programs for individuals with autism and associated developmental disabilities living in the San Francisco Bay Area.  If you’re interested in being a volunteer, please select one (or more!) volunteer shifts to get things rolling. Thanks for your help! We’re excited to have you as part of the team!

 

Here is the link to register for the event and other details.

 https://www.eventbrite.com/myevent?eid=3323084836

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 4/10/17




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Oak Grove invites all families to participate at the Great America Litter Pick Up Day! 

 

Sign up, Pick up and Clean up your community! 

 

High Schools Contest Saturday, April 22, 2017

(for the school with the most student volunteers)

1st Prize: $1,000.00

2nd Prize: $300.00

3rd Prize: $200.00

Clean Up : 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Rain or Shine For more information call: (408) 975-7233

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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 4/7/17




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Okay, Eagles, here is the final writing contest of the year: Celebrating Our Immigrant Heritage Writing Contest 2017 asks you to respond the words of President George W Bush:

 

 

“Nearly all Americans have ancestors who braved the

oceans – liberty-loving risk takers in search of an ideal

– the largest voluntary migrations in recorded history…

Immigration is not just a link to America’s past: it’s also

a bridge to American’s Future.”

 

You have until April 11th  to write a poem or an essay in the spirit of these words and get the chance to win first place, $100.00 or second place, $75.00.

First place winning entries will go on to compete for the district grand prize which is a whopping $250.00.

GO Eagles!!

 

Contact Ms. Pizzuti for more information

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 4/5/17




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Parents and Students,

 

The East Side Union High School District depends upon categorical federal funding to run our programs and to maintain fiscal solvency. One federal requirement targets Education Code 51933 (http://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/he/se/) which requires HIV/ AIDS prevention education for all students, at least once, during high school. 

Only those students who return a parent/ guardian signed Lesson Withdrawl Form, by the April 13thdeadline, can be excused from the curriculum (and assigned rigorous and content- appropriate work in another teacher's classroom).

 

Please see attached letter and form. 

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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 4/5/17




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Parents, 

 

This is to inform you that there will be many special schedules!  Attached is the testing schedule. Testing takes place on April 6th (CAST), April 10-13 (SBAC). 

 

Also, Oak Grove will be on a collaboration (Monday) schedule on Friday, April 14th. 

 

 

Oak Grove High School Spring Testing Schedule

CAST: Thursday, April 6th

SBAC: Monday, April 10th  – Thursday, April 14th  

 

Thursday, April 6th

Grade 10 ONLY: Students must report to their assigned test session at 8:00 am for testing.

Test Time

Duration

Test / Period

8:00 – 9:35

95 min

CAST Science Pilot – SOPHOMORES ONLY

9:35-9:50

15 min

Break

9:55-10:25

30 min

Period 1

10:30-11:00

30 min

Period 2

11:05-11:35

30 min

Period 3

11:40-12:10

30 min

Period 4

12:10-12:40

30 min

Lunch

12:45-1:15

30 min

Period 5

1:20-1:50

30 min

Period 6

1:55-2:25

30 min

Period 7

 

Monday, April 10th

Grade 11 ONLY: Students must report to their assigned test session at 8:00 am for testing.

Test Time

Duration

Test / Period

8:00 – 10:25

145 min

ELA Computer Adaptive Test (CAT) – JUNIORS ONLY

 

10:30 – 11:03

33 min

Period 4

11:03 – 11:33

30 min

Lunch

11:38 – 12:42

64 min

Period 3

12:47 – 1:51

64 min

Period 2

1:56 – 3:00

64 min

Period 1

 

Tuesday, April 11th

Grade 11 ONLY: Students must report to their assigned test session at 8:00 am for testing.

SENIORS ONLY: Report to the Football Stadium at 9am

Grades 9 & 10:  Report to 4th period classes at 10:30am

Test Time

Duration

Test / Period

8:00 – 10:25

145 min

ELA Performance Task – JUNIORS ONLY

SENIORS ONLY (Football Stadium @ 9:00 am)

10:30 – 11:03

33 min

Period 4

11:03 – 11:33

30 min

Lunch

11:38 – 12:42

64 min

Period 5

12:47 – 1:51

64 min

Period 6

1:56 – 3:00

64 min

Period 7

 

Wednesday, April 12th

Grade 11: Students must report to their assigned test session at 8:00 am for testing.

Grades 9, 10, 12: Report to 4th period classes at 10:30 am

Test Time

Duration

Test / Period

8:00 – 10:25

145 min

Math Computer Adaptive Test  – JUNIORS ONLY

 

10:30 – 11:03

33 min

Period 4

11:03 – 11:33

30 min

Lunch

11:38 – 12:42

64 min

Period 3

12:47 – 1:51

64 min

Period 2

1:56 – 3:00

64 min

Period 1

 

 

 

Thursday, April 13th

Grade 11: Students must report to their assigned test session at 8:00 am for testing.

Grade 9, 10, 12: Report to 4th period class at 10:30 am.

Test Time

Duration

Test / Period

8:00 – 10:25

145 min

Math Performance Task – JUNIORS ONLY

 

10:30 – 11:03

33 min

Period 4

11:03 – 11:33

30 min

Lunch

11:38 – 12:42

64 min

Period 5

12:47 – 1:51

64 min

Period 6

1:56 – 3:00

64 min

Period 7

 

 

Friday, April 14th


Oak Grove will be on a collaboration (Monday) schedule on Friday, April 14th.  1st period will begin at 7:35am and 7th period will end at 12:55pm.

 

 

 

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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 4/2/17




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Today is the last day to purchase Grand Ball tickets.  They are sold at the student bank at break, lunch, and after school from 2-3:30pm.  Tickets are not sold at the door, so get them TODAY.

 

Students attending the Grand Ball must bring their IDs and will be subject to random checks.  All attendees must adhere to school dance rules provided with the invitation and outlined on the school website.  Failure to do so will result in dismissal and school referral policies will apply.  Have a memorable and safe Prom everyone!

 

Don’t wait and pay more for Oak Grove’s yearbook.  Visit treering.com to see the OG yearbook and order today!

 

Attention singers, dancers, musicians, actors, poets....performers of all kinds, the Oak Grove annual talent show, TALENT EXPRESS is back! On April 13th the theatre doors will open and audiences will once again be dazzled & entertained by our amazing Eagle talent. See Ms. Davidson in u115 this week for information.

 

Spring International Day is next Wednesday,  April, 5th.  Get involved and raise money for your club!  Pick up your forms for fundraising in Q1 at lunch today.  Turn in your forms to the student bank.  The deadline is Monday April 3rd.  There will be an interclub council meeting on Monday at lunch in Q1 for all clubs participating in International Day.

 

Oak Grove will offer enrichment and credit recovery classes this summer. Please pick up the summer school application from the counseling office. Please check with your counselor to make sure that you are signing up for the right class.

 

Seniors! Interested in applying to Evergreen Valley College? You will receive priority registration in your classes if you apply before the end of March. Speak to Mr. Barraza at the college center for more details

 

You filled out your FAFSA® and submitted it. What happens next?  Attend our Financial Aid Next Steps workshop on Wednesday, April 5th at 6 p.m in Computer Lab G-2 to learnhow to read your Student Aid Report .   Please bring  your SAR report with you  and  learn how to create an account  to claim your noney for college. 

 

Remember the epic giant jenga game?  Well, let’s meet on the hill at lunch today for some more games and music.  Eat, relax, and watch the classes battle again for Fantastics supremacy!  Remember, Fantastics is next Friday!  Save the date!

 

Again, today is the last day of Grand Ball tickets sales!  Get them at the student bank at break, lunch, and afterschool from 2-3:30pm.

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 3/30/17




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Location/Time:

Club Auto Sport 

521 Charcot Ave.

San Jose, CA 9131

 

3/31/17

8pm-12am

 

Students attending the Grand Ball must bring their IDs and will be subject to random checks.  All attendees must adhere to school dance rules provided with the invitation and outlined on the school website.  Failure to do so will result in dismissal and school referral policies will apply.  Have a memorable and safe Prom everyone!

 

 Oak Grove Dance Rules:

  1. All students, including guests, must have photo ID from their home school to gain admittance.  If guest is not currently attending school, he/she must bring a driver license or California ID. NO ID = NO ENTRY.
  2. No in and out privileges, and NO REFUNDS.
  3. Any student appearing to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be allowed in the dance, will be cited by SJPD, will be escorted off campus, and will have their parents notified.
  4. Doors close at 9:30pm, and no one will be admitted into the dance after this time.
  5. No outside food or drink may be brought into the dance.
  6. Minimum grade level of guest admitted is 9th grade, and guest must not be over twenty years of age.
  7. All attire will be subjected to administrative approval upon admittance, and any lewd or sexually suggestive dancing or clothing is prohibited. Violators will be escorted from the dance, and parents will be notified.
  8. No glow sticks, other hand held props, back packs, head covering, baseball caps, beanies are allowed.
  9. The school is not responsible for any lost or stolen items.
  10. Random searches may be conducted by police officers or staff. 

 

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 3/30/17




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Oak Grove will be offering enrichment and credit recovery courses during the summer. 

           Summer School Dates: June 8 - July 13, 2017 

Attached are the summer school applications in both English and Spanish.  You can also pick up an application from the counseling office. Please see your counselor to make sure that you are signing up for the right summer school course. Please return completed form to the counseling office by April 26, 2016. 

 

 

Enrichment/Advancement: 

Common Core Math 3 - For students who are currently enrolled in Common Core Math 2 and earning a C grade or higher.                

 

Credit Recovery:

Common Core Math 1 

Common Core Math 2 

English 1 

English 2 

Biology 

 

CyberHigh Recovery:

ENGLISH 1      

ENGLISH 2       

ENGLISH 3

ELECTIVE      

MATH              

SOCIAL STUDIES 

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Posted by: Binh Lieu
Published: 3/27/17




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Today is the last day for Grand Ball tickets at  $75 with ASB, $85 without, and $90 for guest passes.  Prices will go up tomorrow so get your tickets today.  All tickets beginning tomorrow until next Thursday will be $100 cash only. 

 

The ASB vote is today!  Vote at lunch in front of the ASB room.  If you are a freshman, sophomore, or junior, make your vote count for the ASB elections! 

 

Are you interested in learning more about Yale University?   A Yale student ambassador will be at our school to discuss academics, student life, financial aid, and personal experiences @ Yale.  Come to X-1 today, March 23rd @ 12:30 p.m. to learn more about Yale

 

Wellness Wednesday today after school in Pf 19 sessions at 2:10 and 3:10. Come reduce your stress with us and experience mindfulness.

 

Seniors! Planning on applying to San Jose City College? An application workshop will take place today in room E6 from 2:30-4:30PM. Please bring your social security number with you. See Mr. Barraza at the College Center if you have questions

 

Time is running out before prices go up for the yearbook.  Visit treering.com to see the OG yearbook and order today!

 

The Chess Club is having its first chess tournament on March 28 from 3:30pm - 5:30pm in Room S-1. For complete rules and to sign up, please stop by Ms. Claudio's Room (S-1) for details. The top three places will win a cash prize.

 

Multimedia is today after school in B8

 

Attention singers, dancers, musicians, actors, poets....performers of all kinds, the Oak Grove annual talent show, TALENT EXPRESS is back! On April 13th the theatre doors will open and audiences will once again be dazzled & entertained by our amazing Eagle talent. Interested acts, see Ms. Davidson in u115 this week after school for sign ups and audition information. We want you on stage! 

 

Clubs get ready for Spring International Day which is coming up on April, 5th.  Get involved and raise money for your club!  Pick up your forms for fundraising in Q1 at lunch today.  The deadline is Monday April 3rd.

 

Prom nominations will take place this Thursday at lunch on the hill.  Get out and nominate your favorite seniors for the Grand Ball!

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 3/22/17




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All students who signed up for the Princess Project should report to this address on Saturday, March 18 between 2-3pm: 1939 W El Camino Real, Mountain View CA

 

Please make sure you arrive between these hours as they are set aside for our school only.  

 

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 3/16/17




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Attention all students that signed up for the Princess Project:  Oak Grove’s appointment date and time is this Saturday, March 18th at 2pm.  The address is 1939 W El Camino Real, Mountain View CA.  The address can also be found on our school website.

 

Grand Ball tickets are selling at the student bank.  Prices are $75 with ASB, $85 without, and $90 for guest passes.  Ticket prices will go up weekly, so get them early! 

 

This week Window to the World is going retro with an episode of The Wonder Years.  It’s 1969 and you are in Junior High School.  Come check it out tomorrowduring lunch in C-16.  Bring your lunch.  Bring your friends.  That’s tomorrowduring lunch in C-16.

 

Are you interested in learning more about Yale University?   A Yale student ambassador will be at our school to discuss academics, student life, financial aid, and personal experiences @ Yale.  Come to X-1 on Thursday, March 23rd @ 1 p.m. to learn more about Yale

 

Time is running out before prices go up for the yearbook.  Visit treering.com to see the OG yearbook and order today!

 

The Chess Club is hosting its first tournament this month. It is open to ALL students, not just those in the club.  For a full set of rules and details, come to Room S-1 for an informational sheet.

 

Clubs get ready for Spring International Day which is coming up on April, 5th.  Plan early and get involved!  Pick up your forms for fundraising in Q1 at lunch today.

 

If you are a winner of any category of senior superlatives this year, your picture is needed for the yearbook.  Stop by Mr. Thompson’s room (Q2) today from 2-4pm to be pictured in this year’s yearbook!  This is your last chance!

 

ADA Saturday School is Saturday, March 18th.  If you would like to clear one full day's absence, please attend.

Hours for Saturday school are from 8:00-12:00.  

 

Are you looking to build your inner peace skills, chill out, and work to be woke? If so, join Ms. Val and the ESSC team for Wellness Wednesdays where we work on mindfulness, relaxation and self reflection. Session 1 is at 2:10pm, Session 2 is at 3:10pm. Join us after school today! 

 

Today at Lunch: Safe School Ambassadors will be meeting in PF 18. 

 

UNICEFERS! We will be having a general body meeting this Friday at lunch in Mr. lee's room(G3).
Snacks will be provided! Also Don't forget to buy your baseball tee for $5

 

Seniors! Have you completed your application to De Anza College? Come to the College Center today at 2PM and get it done with Mr. Barraza. You cannot take the English and Math assessment exams for De Anza without completing your application. Make sure you know your social security number for the application process.

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 3/16/17




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Posted by: Marcelo Leal, Teacher, Oak Grove High School
Published: 3/16/17




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Grand Ball tickets are selling at the student bank.  Prices are $75 with ASB, $85 without, and $90 for guest passes.  Ticket prices will go up weekly, so get them early! 

 

Time is running out before prices go up for the yearbook.  Visit treering.com to see the OG yearbook and order today!

 

There is a mandatory meeting in Q1 at lunch for all those running for student government.  Again, mandatory meeting in Q1 at lunch for all running for student government.

 

Do you want to leave high school with college credit?  If yes, please sign up to take the Collegeboard AP exams in May.   The initial deposit is $30 per exam. If you qualify for free or reduced lunch, the cost is only $5 per exam. Sign up NOW at the school bank during break or lunch. Please remember to bring your free or reduced letter if you qualify for the $5 fee per exam. 

 

The Chess Club is hosting its first tournament this month. It is open to ALL students, not just those in the club.  For a full set of rules and details, come to Room S-1 for an informational sheet.

 

Attention Rock Climbers: Please meet in room S-1 at lunch on Wednesday, March 15 to take our yearbook photo.  Whether you are a regular climber or someone who has only come by only once or twice, join us to commemorate the club in our yearbook.

 

Attention Seniors! Planning on attending a local community college during the Fall? Today, both De Anza and Mission College will be providing information in room X1 from 1PM-2PM. See you there!

 

Clubs get ready for Spring International Day which is coming up on April, 5th.  Plan early and get involved!  Contact the ASB office for more details.

 

Are you planning to attend San Jose State this Fall? If yes, plan to attend SJSU 's next steps presentation today @ 1 pm in Room X1.

 

Seniors! Have you completed your Fall application to De Anza College? Go to room E7 today from 2-4PM and get it done

 

If you are a winner of any category of senior superlatives this year, your picture is needed for the yearbook.  Stop by Mr. Thompson’s room (Q2) today from 2-4pm to be pictured in this year’s yearbook!

 

Congratulations to the seniors, juniors, and sophomores who earned 100 pts for their three way tie last Friday in Giant Jenga!  Look out for more class warfare leading up to FANTASTICS!

 

ADA Saturday School is Saturday, March 18th.  If you would like to clear one full day's absence, please attend.

Hours for Saturday school are from 8:00-12:00.  

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Published: 3/14/17




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The Princess Project provides free prom dresses and accessories to teens in the Bay Area through the generosity of donors and community support.  If you need a prom dress for our upcoming Grand Ball on March 31st, sign up in Q1 and ask for more details. 

 

Grand Ball tickets will begin selling at the student bank on Monday.  Prices are $75 with ASB, $85 without, and $90 for guest passes.  Ticket prices will go up weekly, so get them early! 

 

Time is running out before prices go up for the yearbook.  Visit treering.com to see the OG yearbook and order today!

 

Officer petitions are due tomorrow in Q1.  If you are interested in running for student government and making a difference on campus, get the petition turned in as soon as possible.  Again, the deadline for petitions is Friday by 3pm.

 

Do you want to leave high school with college credit?  If yes, please sign up to take the Collegeboard AP exams in May.   The initial deposit is $30 per exam. If you qualify for free or reduced lunch, the cost is only $5 per exam. Sign up NOW at the school bank during break or lunch. Please remember to bring your free or reduced letter if you qualify for the $5 fee per exam. 

 

The Chess Club is hosting its first tournament this month. It is open to ALL students, not just those in the club.  For a full set of rules and details, come to Room S-1 for an informational sheet.

 

Attention Rock Climbers: Please meet in room S-1 at lunch on Wednesday, March 15 to take our yearbook photo.  Whether you are a regular climber or someone who has only come by only once or twice, join us to commemorate the club in our yearbook.

 

 Attention Seniors! Planning on attending a local community college during the Fall? 4 community colleges will be visiting Oak Grove this week. On Wednesday, Evergreen Valley College will be in room E6 from 1PM-4PM providing information and application support. On Thursday, San Jose City College will be in room X1 from 1PM-2PM. On Friday, both De Anza and Mission College will be speaking in room X1 from 1PM-2PM. See you there

 

Clubs get ready for Spring International Day which is coming up on April, 5th.  Plan early and get involved!  Contact the ASB office for more details.

 

Who is Russia’s President Putin and why the concern about possible Russian involvement in U.S. elections?  This week Window to the World is presenting Putin’s Long Shadow.  The program details just why there might be a problem.  Come check it out tomorrow during lunch in C-16.  Bring your lunch.  Bring your friends.  That’s tomorrow during lunch in C-16.

 

Come out to the hill for fun and games this Friday at lunch.  Witness the classes battle each other at GIANT JENGA!  Wear your class shirts!

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Published: 3/9/17




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Oak Grove will be hosting the OGWI Percussion and Colorguard Show on Saturday.  Come out and support them tomorrow.  Good luck Eagles!

 

Time is running out before prices go up for the yearbook.  Visit treering.com to see the OG yearbook and order today!

 

The Princess Project is once again giving away free prom dresses!  Come to room Q1 to sign up for a fitting and for more details.

 

Ready to make a difference on campus?  Run for student government!  Officer petitions are due March 10.  Pick up your petitions in room Q1 and see how you can get involved.

 

Are you a Junior or a Senior interested in visiting De Anza College? De Anza College will be hosting a Latino student conference on March 16th. The deadline to sign up for this trip is on March 9th. See Mr. Barraza at the College Center for a permission slip. Space is limited

 

Do you want to leave high school with college credit?  If yes, please sign up to take the Collegeboard AP exams in May.   The initial deposit is $30 per exam. If you qualify for free or reduced lunch, the cost is only $5 per exam. Sign up NOW at the school bank during break or lunch. Please remember to bring your free or reduced letter if you qualify for the $5 fee per exam. 

 

The Chess Club is hosting its first tournament this month. It is open to ALL students, not just those in the club.  For a full set of rules and details, come to Room S-1 for an informational sheet.

 

Attention all Freshman, JV and Varsity Basketball players, There will be a meeting in room K10 at Lunch today.  Important information is being provided.

 

Congratulations to senior Andrew Sanchez who is in Bakersfield today wrestling in the State Championships.  Good luck Andrew!  Go Eagles.

 

It's March Madness because the Acts of Random Kindness Club is having a meeting today during lunch in U108. Come and find out about the amazing opportunities to be on board. Learn more about the huge event coming up too! Remember your only limit is you!

 

It’s time to take a look at how you participate in Climate Change.  This week Window to the World is presenting an episode of “Wasted!”  The program details and then works to change the poor habits of one family.  Come check it out.  Bring your lunch.  Bring your friends.  That’s today during lunch in C-16.

 

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 3/3/17




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Eagles, prom tickets will be sold today at the student bank only during break, lunch, and after school from 2- 3:30 sharp.  $70 with ASB and $80 without.  Guest passes will not be sold today!  Please remember, when the bell rings for class, you must leave the line and head to class.  No exceptions!

 

The Princess Project is once again giving away free prom dresses!  Come to room Q1 to sign up for a fitting and for more details.

 

Ready to make a difference on campus?  Run for student government!  Officer petitions are due March 10.  Pick up your petitions in room Q1 and see how you can get involved.

 

Are you a Junior or a Senior interested in visiting De Anza College? De Anza College will be hosting a Latino student conference on March 16th. The deadline to sign up for this trip is on March 9th. See Mr. Barraza at the College Center for a permission slip. Space is limited

 

Do you want to leave high school with college credit?  If yes, please sign up to take the Collegeboard AP exams in May.   The initial deposit is $30 per exam. If you qualify for free or reduced lunch, the cost is only $5 per exam. Sign up NOW at the school bank during break or lunch. Please remember to bring your free or reduced letter if you qualify for the $5 fee per exam. 

 

Today in Pf18 at lunch, Safe School Ambassadors will meet about important things that will promote campus kindness.

 

The Chess Club is hosting its first tournament this month. It is open to ALL students, not just those in the club.  For a full set of rules and details, come to Room S-1 for an informational sheet.

 

Attention all Freshman, JV and Varsity Basketball players, There will be a meeting in room K10 at Lunch this Friday important information is being provided.

 

Congratulations to senior Andrew Sanchez who is in Bakersfield today wrestling in the State Championships.  Good luck Andrew!  Go Eagles.

 

It's March Madness because the Acts of Random Kindness Club is having a meeting tomorrow during lunch in U108. Come and find out about the amazing opportunities to be on board. Learn more about the huge event coming up too! Remember your only limit is you!

 

It’s time to take a look at how you participate in Climate Change.  This week Window to the World is presenting an episode of “Wasted!”  The program details and then works to change the poor habits of one family.  Come check it out.  Bring your lunch.  Bring your friends.  That’s tomorrow during lunch in C-16.

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 3/2/17




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Did you miss that one day special on prom tickets?  Don’t worry Eagles take advantage of another early bird special tomorrow only during break, lunch, and after school until 3:30 sharp.  Tickets will be sold at the student bank: $70 with ASB and $80 without.  Guest passes will not be sold on this day!

 

The Princess Project is once again giving away free prom dresses!  Come to room Q1 to sign up for a fitting and for more details.

 

Seniors, are you still in the process of submitting your financial aid application to help you pay for college? Mr. Barraza will be hosting financial aid workshop on March 1 from 2-3PM in room E6. The deadline to submit your application is on March 2. Bring your guardians 2015 tax forms and get your application done!

 

Ready to make a difference on campus?  Run for student government!  Officer petitions are due March 10.  Pick up your petitions in room Q1 and see how you can get involved.

 

Debaters, great job at the last tournament. Samiya Ali placed third and Chris Aboudujum and Najma Ali were selected to represent Oak Grove and the Silicon Valley Urban Debate League this April at the National tournament in Chicago.

 

Hey recyclers! There will be EAC today after 6th period near Mr. Braun's room (U104)! New members are welcome to join! Come help sort out recyclables!

 

Are you a Junior or a Senior interested in visiting De Anza College? De Anza College will be hosting a Latino student conference on March 16th. The deadline to sign up for this trip is on March 9th. See Mr. Barraza at the College Center for a permission slip. Space is limited

 

Do you want to leave high school with college credit?  If yes, please sign up to take the Collegeboard AP exams in May.   The initial deposit is $30 per exam. If you qualify for free or reduced lunch, the cost is only $5 per exam. Sign up NOW at the school bank during break or lunch. Please remember to bring your free or reduced letter if you qualify for the $5 fee per exam. 

 

Don’t forget to buy your yearbook on treering.com!  The yearbook staff has been working hard all year to capture unique memories only found in this year’s El Aguila volume 50!

 

The Chess Club is hosting its first tournament this month. It is open to ALL students, not just those in the club.  For a full set of rules and details, come to Room S-1 for an informational sheet.

 

Congratulations Hoaian Dang and Harlan Wiitala for their strong showing at this year’s NCCAVA science research competition.  Competing against college undergrads and PhD candidates, Hoaian managed to place third, earning a $200 cash prize!  Go Eagles!

 

Multimedia will be held today after school in B8

 

Congratulations to senior Andrew Sanchez who will be traveling to Bakersfield to wrestling in the State Championships.  Good luck Andrew!  Go Eagles.

 

It's March Madness because the Acts of Random Kindness is having a meeting this Friday, March 3rd, during lunch in U108. Come by and find out about the amazing opportunities to be on board; Learn about the huge event that is coming up too! Remember your only limit is you!

 

Let's all learn to relax together! Join us for mindfulness and progressive relaxation sessions at 2:30 and 3:00 in PF19. If you miss 2:30 you will need to wait until 3:00 so to do not interrupt your peers releasing stress!
Led by the Eagle Student Support Wellness Director, also known as Ms. Val., all are welcome. Come after your last class and chill out for a quick minute.

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 3/1/17




Audience: Martha Cabrera, Homepage, About Us, Academics, Administration, Athletics, AVID, College Information, Counseling, Counseling Homepage, Course Catalog, DACA, Departments, Fall Sports, Financial Aid & Scholarships, Graduation Requirements, Library Research Center, Mission Statement, Naviance, NCAA, Parent Groups, Parents, Presentations, Spring Sports, Staff Resources, Summer Programs, SVCTE Courses, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Testing, Winter Sports, Work Permit, All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11 and Grade 12

Parents and Students,

 

ELA SAT Prep Program consists of nine sessions, all of which should be attended for maximum reward. (Come to all of the sessions if you want to see significant gains in your score). Ms. Matta and Ms. Pizzuti are conducting the program.

 

Every Thursday  from 3:00pm to 4:00pm in room C-14

 

 

 

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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 3/1/17




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Did you miss that one day special on prom tickets?  Don’t worry Eagles take advantage of another early bird special this Thursday only during break, lunch, and after school until 3:30 sharp.  Tickets will be sold at the student bank: $70 with ASB and $80 without.  Guest passes will not be sold on this day!

 

The Princess Project is once again giving away free prom dresses!  Come to room Q1 to sign up for a fitting and for more details.

 

Seniors, are you still in the process of submitting your financial aid application to help you pay for college? Mr. Barraza will be hosting financial aid workshop on March 1 from 2-3PM in room E6. The deadline to submit your application is on March 2. Bring your guardians 2015 tax forms and get your application done!

 

Ready to make a difference on campus?  Run for student government!  Officer petitions are due March 10.  Pick up your petitions in room Q1 and see how you can get involved.

 

Debaters, great job at the last tournament. Samiya Ali placed third and Chris Aboudujum and Najma Ali were selected to represent Oak Grove and the Silicon Valley Urban Debate League this April at the National tournament in Chicago.

 

Attention  Sophomores and Juniors:  Applications for SVCTE/CCOC classes for next year are due to the counseling office by Feb 28th.  That’s today folks!

 

Are you a Junior or a Senior interested in visiting De Anza College? De Anza College will be hosting a Latino student conference on March 16th. The deadline to sign up for this trip is on March 9th. See Mr. Barraza at the College Center for a permission slip. Space is limited

 

Do you want to leave high school with college credit?  If yes, please sign up to take the Collegeboard AP exams in May.   The initial deposit is $30 per exam. If you qualify for free or reduced lunch, the cost is only $5 per exam. Sign up NOW at the school bank during break or lunch. Please remember to bring your free or reduced letter if you qualify for the $5 fee per exam. 

 

Don’t forget to buy your yearbook on treering.com!  The yearbook staff has been working hard all year to capture unique memories only found in this year’s El Aguila volume 50!

 

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 2/28/17




Audience: Martha Cabrera, Homepage, About Us, Academics, Administration, Athletics, AVID, College Information, Counseling, Counseling Homepage, Course Catalog, DACA, Departments, Fall Sports, Financial Aid & Scholarships, Graduation Requirements, Library Research Center, Mission Statement, Naviance, NCAA, Parent Groups, Parents, Presentations, Spring Sports, Staff Resources, Summer Programs, SVCTE Courses, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Testing, Winter Sports, Work Permit, 9th grade parents, Afterschool Professionals, Assistant Principals, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers, All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11 and Grade 12

 Parents,

 

You have been invited to attend our Community Meeting to talk about Student Achievement - Actions, Goals, and Outcomes- with our Superintendent Mr. Funk on

 

 Wednesday  March 8th, 2017 at 6:00pm in the wrestling room. 

 

Your suggestions and perspective play an essential role in creating and ensuring that our students have a learning environment that will help them flourish and achieve success!

 

 This is the meeting All parents are encouraged to attend. Come and share what matters to you!

 

Please see the attached flyer for more information. 

 

Any questions, please contact Ms. Cabrera at 408-347-6556.

 

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Queridos Padres de Familia,

 

Ustedes estan invitados a asistir a una junta de comunidad en la cual hablaremos sobre como incrementar el exito academico de nuestros estudiantes, Acciones, Metas y Resultados con nuestro Superintendente Mr. Funk el dia, 

 

Miercoles 8 de Marzo del 2017 a las 6 de la tarde en el salon de luchas (wrestling room).

 

Sus comentarios y punto de vista son esenciales para crear un ambiente educativo en el cual nuestros estudiantes puedan desarrollarse y alcanzar el exito.

 

Se les recomienda a todos los padres de familia que asistan a esta junta. Venga y dejenos saber cuales son las prioridades para la educación de su hija/hijo!

 

Cualquier pregunta por favor de comunicarse al 408-347-6556 con Ms. Cabrera. 

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Published: 2/28/17




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Don’t miss the Winter Sports Assembly today.  Cheer on your senior scholar athletes!  Watch amazing performances by our dance groups, and watch your favorite teachers ball it up against the girls basketball team.  Show your Eagle spirit! 

 

A big congratulations goes out to Oak Grove Students that excelled at the Skills USA  for Silicon Valley Career Technical Education (CCOC)

 

Juan Aldaco a Gold in Carpentry

Marissa Castillo a Gold in Job Skills (forensics)

Dayana Ramirez a Silver in Dental Assisting.

 

Congratulations on this great accomplishment!!

 

 

Hello Eagles! It is time for another contest. The Cesar Chavez Writing and Art Contest is on. Enter into the contest before or on Feb. 28th for a chance to $100.  See your English teacher for more details!

 

Seniors, are you still in the process of submitting your financial aid application to help you pay for college? Mr. Barraza will be hosting financial aid workshop on March 1 from 2-3PM in room E6. The deadline to submit your application is on March 2. Bring your guardians 2015 tax forms and get your application done!

 

Ready for a change? Shake up your high school experience next year! Start your mornings off-site at SVCTE in: Cybersecurity and Mobile App Design, Auto Body Refinishing or Repair, Fashion Design, Film and Video, Forensics, Sports Medicine and Office Careers in Public Service. Let your counselor know if you’re interested.

 

Are you a Junior or a Senior interested in visiting De Anza College? De Anza College will be hosting a Latino student conference on March 16th. The deadline to sign up for this trip is on March 9th. See Mr. Barraza at the College Center for a permission slip. Space is limited

 

Do you want to leave high school with college credit?  If yes, please sign up to take the Collegeboard AP exams in May.   The initial deposit is $30 per exam. If you qualify for free or reduced lunch, the cost is only $5 per exam. Sign up NOW at the school bank during break or lunch. Please remember to bring your free or reduced letter if you qualify for the $5 fee per exam. 

 

There was a time the President got shows cancelled for making fun of him. Come watch one that was taken of the air for just that reason.  This week Window to the World is presenting an episode of The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour.  Come check it out.  Bring your lunch.  Bring your friends.  That’s today during lunch in C-16.

 

 

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Published: 2/17/17




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Good Morning Oak Grove!  Don’t forget tomorrow is blue and gold Friday!  Come to the winter assembly tomorrow and let it all out before the winter break and before we face off against ST for the last regular season basketball game.  The girls will play at ST tonight and the boys play tomorrow night.  Rise up Eagles!

 

Remember all you eagles staying in the nest after school, the student store is open everyday to get you through your study sessions and after school activities.  Come visit us next to the student bank.

 

Hello Eagles! It is time for another contest. The Cesar Chavez Writing and Art Contest is on. Enter into the contest before or on Feb. 28th for a chance to $100.  See your English teacher for more details!

 

Seniors, are you still in the process of submitting your financial aid application to help you pay for college? Mr. Barraza will be hosting financial aid workshop on March 1 from 2-3PM in room E6. The deadline to submit your application is on March 2. Bring your guardians 2015 tax forms and get your application done!

 

Ready for a change? Shake up your high school experience next year! Start your mornings off-site at SVCTE in: Cybersecurity and Mobile App Design, Auto Body Refinishing or Repair, Fashion Design, Film and Video, Forensics, Sports Medicine and Office Careers in Public Service. Let your counselor know if you’re interested.

 

Are you a Junior or a Senior interested in visiting De Anza College? De Anza College will be hosting a Latino student conference on March 16th. The deadline to sign up for this trip is on March 9th. See Mr. Barraza at the College Center for a permission slip. Space is limited

 

Do you want to leave high school with college credit?  If yes, please sign up to take the Collegeboard AP exams in May.   The initial deposit is $30 per exam. If you qualify for free or reduced lunch, the cost is only $5 per exam. Sign up NOW at the school bank during break or lunch. Please remember to bring your free or reduced letter if you qualify for the $5 fee per exam. 

 

There was a time the President got shows cancelled for making fun of him. Come watch one that was taken of the air for just that reason.  This week Window to the World is presenting an episode of The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour.  Come check it out.  Bring your lunch.  Bring your friends.  That’s tomorrow during lunch in C-16.

 

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 2/16/17




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Did you know that people worldwide are expected to spend over 18 billion dollars this year on Valentine’s Day gifts.  That’s an average of $136 per person! 

 

The early bird special prom prices are today only at break, lunch, and after school until 3:30 sharp at the school bank.  $65 with ASB and $75 without.  Tickets will be sold again in March at a higher price, so get them today!

 

Chess Club: Yearbook will be taking our club photo at lunch today.  Please arrive promptly to Room S-1 so that you can be included in the yearbook.

 

Hello Eagles! It is time for another contest. The Cesar Chavez Writing and Art Contest is on. Enter into the contest before or on Feb. 28th for a chance to $100.  See your English teacher for more details!

 

Seniors, are you still in the process of submitting your financial aid application to help you pay for college? Mr. Barraza will be hosting financial aid workshops on February 15, and on March 1 from 2-3PM in room E6. The deadline to submit your application is on March 2. Bring your guardians 2015 tax forms and get your application done!

 

Use your video gaming skills or your fascination with monster trucks to work your way through college. Build your Monster truck here at SVCTE. Over 20 of SVCTE classes including Culinary Arts, Construction Technology, Engineering for Manufacturing and Truck Mechanics are UC a-g. college-prep classes. Students can earn college credit and train for a choice career while you finish high school. Ask your counselor how you can enroll for 2017-2018. 

 

 Are you a Junior or a Senior interested in visiting De Anza College? De Anza College will be hosting a Latino student conference on March 16th. The deadline to sign up for this trip is on March 9th. See Mr. Barraza at the College Center for a permission slip. Space is limited

 

Do you want to leave high school with college credit?  If yes, please sign up to take the Collegeboard AP exams in May.   The initial deposit is $30 per exam. If you qualify for free or reduced lunch, the cost is only $5 per exam. Sign up NOW at the school bank during break or lunch. Please remember to bring your free or reduced letter if you qualify for the $5 fee per exam. 

 

Come watch your Lady Eagles basketball team tonight vs. Live Oak.  Cheer on the seniors as they play their last home game!

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Published: 2/14/17




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Don’t miss the early bird special prom ticket prices on Valentines Day!  Tickets with ASB are $65 and without ASB is $75.  You will not see these prices again when they are sold in March.  That’s next Tuesday at break, lunch, and until 3:30pm sharp at the student bank! 

 

Need a date for the Grand Ball?   Well, you are in luck. The choir will sing your Valentine Gram to your special someone for  $10.00.  Need a little more help?  c/o 2017 will be selling preorders for donut pops at lunch near the Student Bank, which will be delivered to your sweet heart on Valentine's Day.  That’s not enough for you?  Interact is selling wooden roses to be delivered on Valentines.  And if all else fails, go stag!

 

Chess Club: Yearbook will be taking our club photo at lunch on Tuesday February 14.  Please arrive promptly to Room S-1 so that you can be included in the yearbook.

 

Want a good laugh at lunch?  This week Window to the World is presenting some political satire.  It’s very funny and it’s current.  Come check it out.  Bring your lunch.  Bring your friends.  That’s today during lunch in C-16.

 

Have you passed biology and chemistry? Students who are interested in AP Biology for 2017-2018 should contact Ms. Claudio in Room S-1 anytime at lunch or after school.

 

Hello recyclers! Environmental Action Club will be hosting a movie night this evening from 5-7pm in X1. Please come and help "find" Eac! 

 

Hello Eagles! It is time for another contest. The Cesar Chavez Writing and Art Contest is on. Enter into the contest before or on Feb. 28th for a chance to $100.  See your English teacher for more details!

 

CSF applications can be picked up and turned in during lunch in room U105.  Make sure you have your first semester report card.

 

Seniors, are you still in the process of submitting your financial aid application to help you pay for college? Mr. Barraza will be hosting financial aid workshops on February 15, and on March 1 from 2-3PM in room E6. The deadline to submit your application is on March 2. Bring your guardians 2015 tax forms and get your application done!

 

If students were developing the next Star Wars episode it would be at SVCTE. Offering new classes in technology—Cybersecurity and Mobile App Design—students can enroll in Film and Video Production, Animation or Internet Engineering. Spend time every day exploring a pathway that creates traction into your first, cutting-edge career. Let your counselor know if you are interested.

 

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Published: 2/10/17




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Seniors, now's the time to nominate candidates for 2017's Senior Superlatives! The link to vote is on twitter at "oghsasb" and on schoolloop! Don't miss out - nominations close wednesday night!

 

Track and Field: Come out and join the Oak Grove Track and Field Team.  The first track and field meet is in three weeks.  Practices have started and are on Monday's from 3-5:30pm, and 4-6pm on Tuesday's, Wednesday's, and Thursday's.  We meet at the Track and Field sheds located in the back corner of Phil Sterns Stadium.  All are invited to join.  Track and Field coaches will be on campus Friday February 3rd in K10 during Lunch time and after school.  If you have not been unable to attend track practice, please come by K10 on Friday and sign up and get information about the Track and Field program.

 

Do you feel love is in the air? Do you have feelings for someone but don’t have enough courage to ask her/him out. Well, you are in luck. The choir will sing your Valentine Gram to your special someone for a pretty penny or $10.00. We also will be selling Valentine CandyGram during break and lunch in front of the Music Building. Come and sign-up.

 

Link Crew leaders! There will be a meeting after school in room U111 on Wednesday to make Valentine-grams. Please be there to help out!

 

Have you passed biology and chemistry? Students who are interested in AP Biology for 2017-2018 should contact Ms. Claudio in Room S-1 anytime at lunch or after school.

 

Hello recyclers! Environmental Action Club will be hosting a movie night on Feb. 10 from 5-7pm in X1. Please come and help "find" Eac! 

 

Interested in visiting De Anza College? De Anza's African American Student Conference will take place on Wednesday, February 9. Speak to Mr. Barraza at the College Center for more information. Space is limited

 

The AFJROTC is a hosting a blood drive tomorrow in the small gym.  Sign up to donate during lunch in front of ASB and save a life!

 

Juniors do you want a yearbook your Senior year? If you answered YES then sign up for Yearbook next year! We will have one class available! Space is limited!

 

CSF applications can be picked up and turned in during lunch in room U105.  Make sure you have your first semester report card.

 

Attention Juniors and Sophomores: When making your schedule for next year consider CCOC.  It has something for everyone.  Learn more by coming to a presentation on Feb 17thSign up for the presentation with Ms. Lucero and reserve your spot or get more information about class registration from your counselor or Ms Armstrong.

 

Seniors, are you still in the process of submitting your financial aid application to help you pay for college? Mr. Barraza will be hosting financial aid workshops on February 8, February 15, and on March 1 from 2-3PM in room E6. The deadline to submit your application is on March 2. Bring your guardians 2015 tax forms and get your application done!

 

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 2/7/17




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 FREE TAX PREPARATION FOR FAMILIES THAT QUALIFY

 

Tuesdays and Wednesdays from now through the second week of March from 4-7 p.m. Free for families who earn less than $53,000 

 

At the Alum Rock Branch Library 3090 Alum Rock Ave. San José, CA 95127

 

https://events.sjpl.org/event/vita_tax_preparation_2088

 

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Published: 2/7/17




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Winter sports are in full swing!  Watch the boys basketball team at home tonight against Leland.  Basketball not your thing?  Our Eagle Wrestling Team is on tomorrow night vs. Silver Creek and the boys soccer team is also on the field  tomorrow against James Lick!  Go Eagles!

 

Track and Field: Come out and join the Oak Grove Track and Field Team.  The first track and field meet is in four weeks.  Practices have started and are on Monday's from 3-5:30pm, and 4-6pm on Tuesday's, Wednesday's, and Thursday's.  We meet at the Track and Field sheds located in the back corner of Phil Sterns Stadium.  All are invited to join.  Track and Field coaches will be on campus Friday February 3rd in K10 during Lunch time and after school.  If you have not been unable to attend track practice, please come by K10 on Friday and sign up and get information about the Track and Field program.

 

Gay- Straight Alliance will meet today at lunch in room G-1. Everyone is welcome, so come and spread the love!

 

Juniors! Come by X-1 at lunch on Thursday to learn more about fantastics

 

Have you passed biology and chemistry? Students who are interested in AP Biology for 2017-2018 should contact Ms. Claudio in Room S-1 anytime at lunch or after school.

 

Hello recyclers! Environmental Action Club will be hosting a movie night on Feb. 10 from 5-7pm in X1. Please come and help "find" Eac! 

 

Do you need help filling out your financial aid application for college? Did you apply to any universities or plan on going to a community college after high school? Take advantage of our Cash for College event TODAY! The event will take place from 3-7PM in rooms E6 and E7. Bring your guardians 2015 tax forms with you. See you there

 

Come to Multimedia on Wednesdays after school in B8

 

Interested in visiting De Anza College? De Anza's African American Student Conference will take place on Wednesday, February 9. Speak to Mr. Barraza at the College Center for more information. Space is limited

 

The AFJROTC is a hosting a spring blood drive on Feb. 8th.  Sign up to donate during lunch in front of ASB Tuesdays through Thursdays until the event.

 

Juniors do you want a yearbook your Senior year? If you answered YES then sign up for Yearbook next year! We will have one class available! Space is limited!

 

CSF applications can be picked up and turned in during lunch in room U105.  Make sure you have your first semester report card.

 

Attention Juniors and Sophomores: When making your schedule for next year consider CCOC.  It has something for everyone.  Learn more by coming to a presentation on Feb 17thSign up for the presentation with Ms. Lucero and reserve your spot or get more information about class registration from your counselor or Ms Armstrong.

 

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 2/1/17




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Did you know that tomorrow, Feb. 1st is National Signing Day?  It is a day where high school athletes sign a letter of intent to play for a university.  This year Kassandra Le will be signing to play soccer for Stanislaus State University.  Join us in the large gym tomorrow at lunch to celebrate her wonderful achievement as she signs her letter of intent.   Congratulations Kassandra and Go Eagles!

 

Track and Field: Come out and join the Oak Grove Track and Field Team.  The first track and field meet is in four weeks.  Practices have started and are on Monday's from 3-5:30pm, and 4-6pm on Tuesday's, Wednesday's, and Thursday's.  We meet at the Track and Field sheds located in the back corner of Phil Sterns Stadium.  All are invited to join.  Track and Field coaches will be on campus Friday February 3rd in K10 during Lunch time and after school.  If you have not been unable to attend track practice, please come by K10 on Friday and sign up and get information about the Track and Field program.

 

Feminist  will be meeting today in G-1. Come join us!

 

Have you passed biology and chemistry? Students who are interested in AP Biology for 2017-2018 should contact Ms. Claudio in Room S-1 anytime at lunch or after school.

 

Hello recyclers! Environmental Action Club will be hosting a movie night on Feb. 10 from 5-7pm in X1. Please come and help "find" Eac! 

 

Do you need help filling out your financial aid application for college? Did you apply to any universities or plan on going to a community college after high school? Take advantage of our Cash for College event on February 1! The event will take place from 3-7PM in rooms E6 and E7. Bring your guardians 2015 tax forms with you. See you there

 

Come to Multimedia on Wednesdays after school in B8

 

Interested in visiting De Anza College? De Anza's African American Student Conference will take place on Wednesday, February 9. Speak to Mr. Barraza at the College Center for more information. Space is limited

 

The AFJROTC is a hosting a spring blood drive on Feb. 8th.  Sign up to donate during lunch in front of ASB Tuesdays through Thursdays until the event.

 

Juniors do you want a yearbook your Senior year? If you answered YES then sign up for Yearbook next year! We will have one class available! Space is limited!

 

CSF applications can be picked up and turned in during lunch in room U105.  Make sure you have your first semester report card.

 

 

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Published: 1/31/17




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Ever heard of “alternative facts?”  It’s brand new.  And it’s right up there with “alternative reality.” This week Window to the World is presenting an alternative reality:  an episode from the Twilight Zone.  Leave the U.S. Presidency behind and step into The Twilight Zone.  It’s not that far away.  Bring your lunch.  Bring your friends.  That’s tomorrow during lunch in C-16.

 

Safe School Ambassador Meeting today at Lunch in PF18. Please come!

 

Senior class meeting this Friday in X1 at lunch and also sweater voting is this Thursday at lunch in front of ASB

 

Attention all freshmen!  It’s freshmen get in for free night tonight as our boys basketball team takes on Sobrato High School.  Select freshmen will get a chance to win a free yearbook during the halftime half court shot contest.  Don’t miss it!

 

Baseball Tryouts start Monday 3:15 all welcome 

 

There will be a mandatory boys tennis meeting Friday at lunch in room U 112. See you there

 

It's time, softball tryouts starts Monday 3:00.  Please have your Student Athlete forms filled out and sign by you and your parents.  You can download them off of the school homepage under Athletics-Student Information Packet

 

Do you need help filling out your financial aid application for college? Did you apply to any universities or plan on going to a community college after high school? Take advantage of our Cash for College event on February 1! The event will take place from 3-7PM in rooms E6 and E7. Bring your guardians 2015 tax forms with you. See you there

 

Boys volleyball team tryouts start on Monday, January 30th from 4:45-7 PM in the large gym.  Please sign in and obtain a tryout number when you arrive.  We will hold a separate tryout at a later date for those student athletes playing OG basketball.

 

Attention Eagles - are you interested in taking Driver's Education through the ASSETs program?  If so, please speak to Ms. Cesena in the counseling office to sign up.  Spaces are limited so come to the counseling office at break or lunch if you want to participate!

 

Interested in visiting De Anza College? De Anza's African American Student Conference will take place on Wednesday, February 9. Speak to Mr. Barraza at the College Center for more information. Space is limited

 

The AFJROTC is a hosting a spring blood drive on Feb. 8th.  Sign up to donate during lunch in front of ASB Tuesdays through Thursdays until the event.

 

Juniors do you want a yearbook your Senior year? If you answered YES then sign up for Yearbook next year! We will have one class available! Space is limited!

 

Golf Meeting Friday Jan 27th @Lunch Large Gym any questions see Coach Buller

 

 

ADA Saturday School is this Saturday, January 28th.  If you would like to clear one full day's absence, please attend.

Hours for Saturday school are from 8:00-12:00.  

 

CSF: Okay Eagle Scholars, as soon as you get your first semester report card in the mail, bring it to room U105 at lunch and fill out a CSF second semester application.  Everyone needs to RE- Apply each semester, and seniors this is the semester needed to qualify for Lifetime Membership and your Gold seal and Gold pin.  See Mr. Kick in room U105 if you have questions.

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 1/26/17




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Did you know that debate is a great way to get college scholarships and network with people from Google, Facebook, and other Silicon Valley companies? Come to our next debate meeting, today at 3:00, in room U108

 

Senior class meeting this Friday in X1 at lunch and also sweater voting is this Thursday at lunch in front of ASB

 

Attention all freshmen!  It’s freshmen get in for free night tomorrow as our boys basketball team takes on Sobrato High School.  Select freshmen will get a chance to win a free yearbook during the halftime half court shot contest.  Don’t miss it!

 

Gay- Straight Alliance will meet today at lunch in room G-1. Everyone is welcome,so come and spread the love!

 

Baseball Tryouts start Monday 3:15 all welcome 

 

There will be a mandatory boys tennis meeting Friday at lunch in room U 112. See you there

 

It's time, softball tryouts starts Monday 3:00.  Please have your Student Athlete forms filled out and sign by you and your parents.  You can download them off of the school homepage under Athletics-Student Information Packet

 

Multimedia is cancelled today, but will resume next week

 

Do you need help filling out your financial aid application for college? Did you apply to any universities or plan on going to a community college after high school? Take advantage of our Cash for College event on February 1! The event will take place from 3-7PM in rooms E6 and E7. Bring your guardians 2015 tax forms with you. See you there

 

Interested in becoming a Registered Nurse and taking courses online? Unitek college will be giving a presentation today at 1PM in room X1. Stop by and find out how you can receive a Bachelor of Science in Nursing through online classes!

 

Boys volleyball team tryouts start on Monday, January 30th from 4:45-7 PM in the large gym.  Please sign in and obtain a tryout number when you arrive.  We will hold a separate tryout at a later date for those student athletes playing OG basketball.

 

Attention Eagles - are you interested in taking Driver's Education through the ASSETs program?  If so, please speak to Ms. Cesena in the counseling office to sign up.  Spaces are limited so come to the counseling office at break or lunch if you want to participate!

 

Interested in visiting De Anza College? De Anza's African American Student Conference will take place on Wednesday, February 9. Speak to Mr. Barraza at the College Center for more information. Space is limited

 

The AFJROTC is a hosting a spring blood drive on Feb. 8th.  Sign up to donate during lunch in front of ASB Tuesdays through Thursdays until the event.

 

Juniors do you want a yearbook your Senior year? If you answered YES then sign up for Yearbook next year! We will have one class available! Space is limited!

 

Golf Meeting Friday Jan 27th @Lunch Large Gym any questions see Coach Buller

 

ADA Saturday School is this Saturday, January 28th.  If you would like to clear one full day's absence, please attend.

Hours for Saturday school are from 8:00-12:00.  

 

CSF: Okay Eagle Scholars, as soon as you get your first semester report card in the mail, bring it to room U105 at lunch and fill out a CSF second semester application.  Everyone needs to RE- Apply each semester, and seniors this is the semester needed to qualify for Lifetime Membership and your Gold seal and Gold pin.  See Mr. Kick in room U105 if you have questions.

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 1/25/17




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Today is a very important day.  It’s the day when control and power is transferred from one President to another.  In some countries this is not always peaceful.  In the USA it is.  Window to the World will be celebrating this day with live coverage of the Inauguration.  Come check it out.  Bring your lunch.  Bring your friends.  That’s today during lunch in C-16.

 

Did you know that a flock of eagles is called a convocation?  There should be a convocation of eagles in the large gym wearing blue and gold tonight as our boys basketball team takes on the St. Bernards of Santa Teresa.

 

Speaking of ST, our wrestling team pinned the St. Bernards to a 64-18 loss at ST last night.  Great job Eagles!

 

Junior Students: Are you interested in making 10k your senior year in an internship at a company like Salesforce or AT&T? To learn more, you are invited to attend a presentation by Genesys Works, a program that supports rising high school seniors in internships and college readiness. To apply to the program, please text the number 313131 with GWBA.  The presentation will be this Thursday at 9:15am.  Please contact your counselor if interested.  

 

Interested in visiting De Anza College? De Anza's African American Student Conference will take place on Wednesday, February 9. Speak to Mr. Barraza at the College Center for more information. Space is limited

 

The AFJROTC is a hosting a spring blood drive on Feb. 8th.  Sign up to donate during lunch in front of ASB Tuesdays through Thursdays until the event.

 

Do you need a jacket?  We have some that were donated. See Ms. Cabrera this week.  She is located upstairs next to the Library if you need one.

 

All who are interested in Golf: There will be a team meeting today at  Lunch in the Large Gym. For more answers, see Coach Buller

 

Sign up for The American Mathematics Competition in Mr. Lee's room G-3. We have meetings every Friday to practice for this competition. Come and learn more about it! Be there or be Squared!

 

Track and Field Strength and Conditioning is every Monday from 3pm-5:30pm and every Tuesday and Thursday from 4pm-5:30pm.  Meet at the entrance of Phil Stern’s Stadium.  Feel free to drop by and get track and field information if you are not able to join winter workouts because you are currently participating in a winter sport.  

 

All Girls interested in playing softball: Workouts are Tuesday and Thursday at 3:30. Come on out!

 

CSF: Okay Eagle Scholars, as soon as you get your first semester report card in the mail, bring it to room U105 at lunch and fill out a CSF second semester application.  Everyone needs to RE- Apply each semester, and seniors this is the semester needed to qualify for Lifetime Membership and your Gold seal and Gold pin.  See Mr. Kick in room U105 if you have questions.

 

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 1/20/17




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Junior Students: Are you interested in making 10k your senior year in an internship at a company like Salesforce or AT&T? To learn more, you are invited to attend a presentation by Genesys Works, a program that supports rising high school seniors in internships and college readiness. To apply to the program, please text the number 313131 with GWBA.  The presentation will be this Thursday at 9:15am.  Please contact your counselor if interested.  

 

Interested in visiting De Anza College? De Anza's African American Student Conference will take place on Wednesday, February 9. Speak to Mr. Barraza at the College Center for more information. Space is limited

 

Link Crew leaders, there is a short meeting tomorrow, Thursday, at lunch in room U11. Please be there!

 

The AFJROTC is a hosting a spring blood drive on Feb. 8th.  Sign up to donate during lunch in front of ASB Tuesdays through Thursdays until the event.

 

Hey recyclers! There will be Eac today afterschool near U104! Please come out to help sort out bottles and papers! You can get community service hours!

 

Do you need a jacket?  We have some that were donated. See Ms. Cabrera this week. 

She is upstairs next to the Library if you need one.

 

Attention all clubs! There will be an interclub meeting at lunch on today, January 18th in room Q1. There will be a fundraising opportunity for your club so come learn more!

 

Attention all mathletes! The American Mathematics Competition, or AMC is a nationwide mathematics competition connected to the International Math Olympiad. If you think youre a math wiz, come test your skills! If you want to stand out to colleges, this is a fantastic way to do that! Dont miss out on this amazing mathematical opportunity. If you're interested, Sign ups are in Mr Lee's room G-3. We are also having meetings every friday now to practice for this competition. Come and learn more about it! Be there or be Squared!

 

Track and Field Strength and Conditioning is every Monday from 3pm-5:30pm and every Tuesday and Thursday from 4pm-5:30pm.  Meet at the entrance of Phil Stern’s Stadium.  Feel free to drop by and get track and field information if you are not able to join winter workouts because you are currently participating in a winter sport.  

 

All Girls interested in playing softball: Workouts are Tuesday and Thursday at 3:30. Come on out!

 

CSF: Okay Eagle Scholars, as soon as you get your first semester report card in the mail, bring it to room U105 at lunch and fill out a CSF second semester application.  Everyone needs to RE- Apply each semester, and seniors this is the semester needed to qualify for Lifetime Membership and your Gold seal and Gold pin.  See Mr. Kick in room U105 if you have questions.

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Published: 1/18/17




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Did you know that an automobile accident victim may need up to 50 units of blood to recover?  The AFJROTC is a hosting a spring blood drive on Feb. 8th.  Sign up to donate during lunch in front of ASB Tuesdays through Thursdays until the event.

 

Do you need a jacket?  We have some that were donated. See Ms. Cabrera this week and next upstairs next to the Library if you need one.

 

UNICEF! UNICEF! UNICEF! We will be having a meeting this Friday at lunch in G3! Find out more about our upcoming dance, service projects, and activties! Treats are provided. All are welcome.

 

Debaters, see Mr. Henderson on Friday at lunch to get Recruitment Cards for the Debate "Bring a Friend" Recruitment Lunch.

 

SAFE SCHOOL AMBASSADOR MEETING Today at LUNCH  IN PF18

 

In the spirit of the recent changes in California law, this week Window to the World is providing a free drug test.  Take it for yourself.  Take it for a friend.  It’s completely anonymousCome check it out.  Bring your lunch.  Bring your friends.  That’s tomorrow during lunch in C-16.

 

Attention all mathletes! The American Mathematics Competition, or AMC is a nationwide mathematics competition connected to the International Math Olympiad. If you think youre a math wiz, come test your skills! If you want to stand out to colleges, this is a fantastic way to do that! Dont miss out on this amazing mathematical opportunity. If you're interested, Sign ups are in Mr Lee's room G-3. We are also having meetings every friday now to practice for this competition. Come and learn more about it! Be there or be Squared!

 

Track and Field Strength and Conditioning is every Monday from 3pm-5:30pm and every Tuesday and Thursday from 4pm-5:30pm.  Meet at the entrance of Phil Stern’s Stadium.  Feel free to drop by and get track and field information if you are not able to join winter workouts because you are currently participating in a winter sport.  

 

Are you interested in art but are intimidated by what you see coming out of some of the Studio Art classes because you are worried you “can’t draw”? Do you want to learn more about the Folk Art of different cultures and explore fun Craft ideas (think: Pinterest!!!) Then Crafts with Ms. Hopkins is a great class for you!!

 

All Girls interested in playing softball: Workouts are Tuesday and Thursday at 3:30. Come on out!

 

CSF: Okay Eagle Scholars, as soon as you get your first semester report card in the mail, bring it to room U105 at lunch and fill out a CSF second semester application.  Everyone needs to RE- Apply each semester, and seniors this is the semester needed to qualify for Lifetime Membership and your Gold seal and Gold pin.  See Mr. Kick in room U105 if you have questions.

 

Students: Please be advised that all students who park a vehicle on campus are required to have an Oak Grove Parking Permit.  Students are only able to park in their designated parking spot.  Any student who is parked in a spot that is not designated as their own OR who does not have an Oak Grove Parking Permit displayed may receive a citation by the San Jose Police Department or may have their parking permit revoked by administration.

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 1/12/17




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Did you know that cats spend 66% of their life asleep?  Don’t be a cat and stay awake in your classes!

 

Debate team, practices are starting up again.  Come and join us on Wednesday from 3 until 4 in room U108. New debaters are welcome.

 

OG Runners.  Calling all 100 milers!  Did you reach the goal of running 100 miles between Thanksgiving and New Years?  Either way, meet in Mr Bennett’s class Thursday and Friday at lunch to submit your miles so t-shirts can be ordered.

 

Don’t forget to buy your yearbook on treering.com.  Prices will go up soon, so get them now.  The memories captured in a high school yearbook are special and will last a lifetime.  Buy one today on treering.com!

 

Are you interested in joining the Oak Grove Track and Field program?  Strength and conditioning practices start next week, Monday from 3pm-5:15pm, Tuesday and Thursday from 4pm-5:30pm.  We will all meet at the entrance gate of Phil Stern's Stadium 5 minutes before practice time.  You do not have to be in great shape to join our team.  The winter Track and Field training program is designed to slowly but surely get you into the best athletic shape you will need to be in by the spring track and field season.   

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Published: 1/6/17




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Did you know that the word “tip” is really an acronym that stands for “to insure promptness”?

 

Attention all student athletes interested in boys volleyball.  We will hold a meeting and sign-ups on Wednesday, Jan 5th, during lunch in the large gym.

 

Baseball meeting at lunch on Thursday in the large gym.

 

BSU will meet in room PF21 today at lunch.

 

Debate Team: our first meeting back will be today in C-2 at 3:30. New debaters are welcome.

 

OG Runners.  Calling all 100 milers!  Did you reach the goal of running 100 miles between Thanksgiving and New Years?  Either way, meet in Mr Bennett’s class Thursday and Friday at lunch to submit your miles so t-shirts can be ordered.

 

OAK GROVE FOOTBALL MEETING THURSDAY AT LUNCH IN K10

ALL THOSE INTERESTED IN PLAYING NEXT YEAR SHOULD ATTEND

ALL GRADES are  WELCOME.  GO EAGLES AND SEE COACH BRAUN IN ROOM U104 FOR QUESTIONS

 

Students - take charge of the New Year and resolve to try new things! Ju Jitsu is a Japanese Martial Art and we teach it here FREE! Join us in PF19 (near the student lot) Tuesday and Thursday 2:30-4:30pm

 

Don’t forget to buy your yearbook on treering.com.  Prices will go up next year, so get them before 2016 is over.  The memories captured in a high school yearbook are special and will last a lifetime.  Buy one today on treering.com!

 

Remember Eagles, a clean, nice-looking facility is a key component to a learning environment.  Help keep your campus clean by simply picking up after yourself.  There are 128 trash cans with blue lids to help you do the job.  Don’t be a littering Lucy!  Be an All-Star Stan!

 

Basketball, soccer, and wrestling are in season right now!  Support your Eagles by purchasing an ASB card and get into all league games, home and away, for free! 

 

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 1/4/17




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Santa Clara County Free Holiday Programs

 

Families often struggle to provide gifts or meals for their families during the holidays. Non-profits across Santa Clara County help meet the demand for toys, gifts, food, and meals. Some may even offer financial aid, referrals, or case management to clients. Thousands of residents will normally receive some form of Christmas help every year. Please feel free to call what agencies you need to see if there is any availability left. 

 

Sunday Friends

730 Story Road Suite 3

San Jose, CA, 95122

This agency operates as a so called Working Alternative to Charity in San Jose. They try to assist very low-income families. New holiday gifts, toys, vouchers, and more is offered for children as well as parents for the Christmas season.

 

Church of The Chimes

Location is 1447 Bryan Avenue

San Jose, California, 95118

Dial 1-408-891-0225

Free meals at Thanksgiving or Christmas may be served, including turkeys and all the toppings.

 

Loaves & Fishes Family Kitchen

2150 Alum Rock Avenue

San Jose, CA, 95127

Program Phone number - 408-998-1500

Note they no longer have a holiday gift program. However they have increased the amount of food/meals offered. Meals, canned food, and other support is available. The homeless, single parents, and children are some of the main beneficiaries, as well as any other needy Santa Clara families.

 

Santa Clara Salvation Army

405 North 4th Street

San Jose, CA, 95112

408-282-1175a

Toys, gifts, free clothing and more is from Angel Tree and other Christmas programs. Meals, including home delivery for the homebound, are also offered.

 

City Team Ministries

580 Charles Street

San Jose, CA, 95112

Call - 408-288-2185

 

Martha's Kitchen

Address: 311 Willow Street

San Jose, CA, 95110

Call 1-408-293-6111 for details.

Serves a free holiday meal to those in need.

 

Campbell Seventh Day Adventist Church

600 West Campbell Avenue

Campbell, CA, 95008

Primary phone - 408-364-2144

Holds holiday toy drives in Santa Clara County in partnership with West Valley Christian School as well as Campbell SDA Church. Volunteers and others keep this holiday program operating.

 

St Joseph's Family Center

11 First Street

Gilroy, CA, 95020

For information, call 408-842-6662

Meals, food, and more are offered at the non-profit.

 

A second location is at

7950 Church Street, Suite A

Gilroy, CA, 95020

408-842-6662

Some of what may be passed out includes turkey, fresh fruits and vegetables, chickens, hams, potatoes, rice, beans, pasta and canned food items. Both non-prepared and non-perishable goods are available. The non-profit center also has new toys for children.

 

Sunnyvale Community Services

725 Kifer Road

Sunnyvale, CA, 94086

Their program is known as Community Christmas Center. It will assist low-income and working poor families. It will give them the ability to “shop” for toys, clothing, toys and gifts for infants through teens. Other items include towels, basic kitchen items, or blankets.

 

Bill Wilson Center

Address : 3490 The Alameda

Santa Clara, California 95050

Contact us at (408) 850-6143

Only foster children identified by Santa Clara social workers can participate in the Adopt a Family Holiday Giving program. Donations are used to offer assistance to low income, working poor, and unemployed families with foster children.

 

St. Thomas Episcopal Church

Location of the agency is 231 South Sunset Avenue

Sunnyvale, California, 94086-5938

A Christmas party, hot meals are provided for the elderly, and small gifts may be offered.

 

Day Worker Center of Mountain View

113 Escuela Avenue

Mountain View, CA, 94040

Holiday meals, including Thanksgiving or Easter food baskets may be passed out. Both fresh and canned food items are available in Santa Clara County.

 

Santa Clara Toys for Tots

There are several donation points and charities that participate. New toys are given to boys and girls from low income families. There may also be clothing, presents to open Christmas morning, and other services. Cal (408) 282-1165 for information or registration.

 

Asian-Americans for Community Involvement (AACI)

Location is 2400 Moorpark Ave

San Jose, CA 95128

Phone number - (408) 975-2730

They have a holiday gift program for victims of domestic violence. Gift cards to retailers such as Target or Wal-Mart, Christmas toys, sporting equipment, and more is available for children.

 

Family Supportive Housing

692 N. King Road

San Jose, CA 95133

Phone number is (408) 926-8885

Homeless families in Santa Clara County can apply for Christmas or Thanksgiving help. Clothing, gifts, and even practical items such as gasoline cards may be offered.

 

Community Services Agency of Mountain View and Los Altos

204 Stierlin Road

Mountain View, California, 94043

Primary phone number is 650-968-0836

The non-profit offers social services. Among them includes free holiday meals and toys to homeless individuals and families. The focus is on Mountain View, Los Altos Hills, nearby towns or the Los Altos region of the county.

 

Jewish Family Services of Silicon Valley

14855 Oka Road, Suite 202

Los Gatos, CA

Hundreds of struggling families and children get help. During Christmas there may be free toys, supermarket gift cards, and even small dollar amounts of cash. The charity wants children and the less fortunate in Santa Clara to have holiday joy.

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Posted by: Valarie Ikemoto
Published: 12/12/16




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On this date, in 1860, Abraham Lincoln was elected as the 16th U.S. President.  He led the United States through its Civil War, preserved the Union and helped to abolish slavery.

 

JROTC will be hosting a flag ceremony to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Attack on Pearl Harbor during lunch on Wednesday, December 7th to pay tribute to the victims and military service members. All students and staff are encouraged to attend.

 

The Acts of Random Kindness Club is having a meeting in U108 during lunch on Thursday, December 8.  Remember that our toiletry drive is still going on and donations will be accepted during the meeting.

 

Have you signed up for the Italy trip? There is a mandatory meeting on Thursday, December 8th in room D2 to discuss details. This meeting is also open to anyone still interested in signing up. This is your LAST chance! Again, this meeting is MANDATORY!

 

A Christmas Concert will be held next Wednesday, Dec. 7th featuring the Oak Grove Concert and Chamber choirs.  Tickets will be $3 at the Oak Grove Theater.

 

Debate meeting Wednesday after school. Come celebrate the end of the year! Meet in Miss Forteamo's room.

 

 Students, disciplinary Saturday school for 12/3 is cancelled and will be moved to 12/10 alongside the ADA Saturday school

 

Science Club is hosting INFINITY AND BEYOND, a Space Talk on Friday, December 9.  Activities will begin at 5:30 pm, and a guest talk from a scientist at NASA Ames will be at 6pm in the Theater. He will be discussing his current research where he designs and deploys robots for space exploration. Contact Ms. Claudio in Room S-1 if you have additional questions.

 

Still haven’t bought the ASB card yet?  Get one now and enjoy all league games, home and away, for free.  Basketball season is upon us and ASB cardholders can qualify for halftime games and prizes.  Visit the student bank to get one today!

 

Disciplinary Saturday  and the ADA Saturday school will both be held on Saturday, Dec. 10th.

 

Attention Link Crew leaders: there is a meeting today in room U111 at lunch to make candy cane grams. See you there!

 

Will you be applying to a private university?  If yes, you will need a secondary school report from your counselor.  Please go to Oak Grove's school loop home page until Quick Links to access the Letter of Rec form. Please fill out the form by Wednesday, Dec. 7th to provide your counselor with more information about you to help us complete your secondary school report. 

 

Get some of your favorite snacks at the student store after school.  Open daily until 5pm!

 

Get your spirit gear ready!  Today is Snow Day, Wednesday is class assignment (freshman = angels, sophomores = elves, juniors = santa, seniors = reindeer, Thursday is Flannel Day, and Friday is that tacky, ugly sweater day!

 

Congratulations to Mr. Chris Moura on being selected as the recipient of the 2016 Excellent Educator Award sponsored by the office of Councilmember Ash Kalra!   Mr. Moura will be presented the award at the 8th Annual Holiday Appreciation Event on Saturday, Dec. 10th

 

Come and see Mr. Moura and his Band for their Winter Concert on Thursday, Dec. 8th at the Oak Grove Theater.  Free at 7pm.    Congratulations Mr. Moura!

 

Remember Oak Grove, it is no one’s responsibility to put your garbage in the trash but your own.  Now all the lids are blue, so they’ll be easier to spot!  Be an All Star Stan!

 

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 12/6/16




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Did you know that in most states, including ours, littering can earn you a fine.  In 23 states, including Florida, Louisiana,Texas, and Washington, littering can land you in jail. 

 

There is a MESA meeting today during lunch, in P-3.

 

 Students, disciplinary Saturday school for 12/3 is cancelled and will be moved to 12/10 alongside the ADA Saturday school

 

The swim team will have its first meeting on Thursday in B12.

 

Still haven’t bought the ASB card yet?  Get one now and enjoy all league games, home and away, for free.  Basketball season is upon us and ASB cardholders can qualify for halftime games and prizes.  Visit the student bank to get one today!

 

Multimedia will meet Wednesday after school in B8.

 

There are only 1 day left to apply to UC's and to CSU's! Mr. Barraza will be having extended hours for college application labs today from 2PM-6PM in room E-7. There is still some time left. Take advantage and get your applications done!!

 

Our Folklorico club is looking for male students to join our Folklorico team, if you are interested please go see Ms. Cabrera in the Parent Center today at lunch!

 

Don’t miss your opportunity to be a part of the Award Winning Oak Grove Colorguard and Oak Grove Percussion!  Auditions for our winter program will be held Thursday, Dec 1st   Meet in the band room at 5:45pm both evenings!  For more information, go see Mr Moura in the band room!

 

Have you already applied or plan on applying to San Jose State? A representative from the university will be visiting Oak Grove today in room X1 at 1pm. You will be informed about all of the details regarding the San Jose State East Side Promise. This is a presentation you do not want to miss out on!!

 

Order your yearbooks by the end of November and get 5% off!  Visit treering.com and get your yearbook today!

 

It's that time for softball, there will be a softball meeting Monday December 5th at 3:15 at the field

 

Get some of your favorite snacks at the student store after school.  Open daily until 5pm!

 

Get your spirit gear ready!  Monday is Pajama Day, Tuesday is Snow Day, Wednesday is class assignment (freshman = angels, sophomores = elves, juniors = santa, seniors = reindeer, Thursday is Flannel Day, and Friday is that tacky, ugly sweater day!

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 11/30/16




Audience: Martha Cabrera, Homepage, About Us, Academics, Administration, Athletics, AVID, College Information, Counseling, Counseling Homepage, Course Catalog, DACA, Departments, Fall Sports, Financial Aid & Scholarships, Graduation Requirements, Library Research Center, Mission Statement, Naviance, NCAA, Parent Groups, Parents, Presentations, Spring Sports, Staff Resources, Summer Programs, SVCTE Courses, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Testing, Winter Sports, Work Permit, All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11 and Grade 12


 

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Published: 11/30/16




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Attention Seniors!

Take advantage of these scholarship opportunities to earn cash for college.  Please log in to your Naviance account and click on the Colleges Tab to take you to the Scholarships & Money Section to access these scholarships. 

 

Naviance Login:  

 

Username : ( Lastname + Firstname + Last Four Digits of your Student ID #)   This is your school assigned gmail account.

 

Password:  Your 8 digit Student ID #

 

 

Name Deadline Maximum Award Merit Based Need Based Essay Req Service Req
"Make the U" (Haz La U) Scholarship Program 10/15 $1,000 - $2,500     X  
2016-2017 High School Essay Contest Theme: “Omega at the Forefront: Fulfill 10/18 $400.00 X   X  
2017 Chi Am scholarship 3/10 $1,000-$5,000 X X    
Abbott & Fenner Scholarship Program 6/10 1000     X  
Abrazos and Books Scholarship 6/30 2000 X   X  
Academic and Civic Scholarship 3/18 1000     X  
Alcatel-Lucent CWA/IBEW Academic Awards Program Scholarship 12/31 6500 X   X X
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Historical Black College/University Schola 4/14 N/A X   X X
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Scholarship 4/14 N/A     X  
APIASF General Scholarship 1/8 $2,500 - $15,000        
APIASF SCHOLARSHIP FUND 1/11 $5,000   X    
Asian Pacific Fund Scholarship Program 2/20 $1,000 - $20,000        
Aspiring Fashion Professional Scholarship Program 6/1 1000        
Aspiring Nurse Scholarship 6/30 $1,000 X   X  
Atrisco Heritage Foundation Scholarship 3/30 $500-$5,000        
AXA Achievement Scholarship 12/15 $2,000 to $25,000        
Banatao SAT Prep & Admissions Counseling Scholarship 2/19 1000   X    
Bank of America Student Leaders Program 1/29 N/A        
Bay Area All-Star Scholarship 1/30 3000     X  
Bay Area Mobility Management Scholarship 2/24 1000        
BBG Communications Award 6/30 1000     X  
BigSun Scholarship 6/16 500     X  
Boston University Trustee Scholarship 12/1 full tuition & fees X      
Bright Minds Scholarship Program 2/9 2000       X
Buick Achievers Scholarship Program 2/27 $2,000- $,25,000 a year over four years   X    
Cabrillo Civic Clubs of California Scholarship 3/16 500        
California Association of Collectors Educational Scholarship 1/20 $1,500 - $2,500     X  
Cesar E. Chavez Scholarship 2/6 1500        
Chinese Historical & Cultural Project (�CHCP�) Scholarship 3/28 1000 X   X X
Davidson Fellows Scholarships 2/10 $10,000-$50,000 X      
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. San Jose Alumnae Chapter Scholarship 1/15 1000 X   X  
eQuality Scholarship Collaborative Program 2/1 6000     X X
Gates Millennium Scholars Program 1/13 N/A X X   X
Harris Personal Injury Scholarship 5/31 1000     X  
Hispanic Heritage Youth Awards 10/15 3000        
Italian American Heritage Scholarship 5/17 $1,000 - $2,500   X X  
Italian Catholic Federation Scholarship 3/15 400 X X    
Kaiser Permanente Asian Association Scholarship 3/8 3500     X  
Law Office of K. Hunter Goff in Orlando, Florida 7/31 $500.00 X X   X
Marist College Computer Science Scholarship 2/15 full tuition, room & board X X X  
National Co-op Scholarship Program 2/15 $6,000 / yr X   X  
National League of American Pen Women, Inc. Scholarship Competition 3/18 $1,000 for 1st place, $500 for 2nd place     X  
National Merit Scholarship 10/15 2500 X   X  
National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine 12/5 N/A        
No Essay Scholarship 12/31 2000        
Northern California Scholarship 2/12 32000   X    
Northrop Grumman Engineering Scholars Program - 10,000 X      
Odenza Marketing Scholarship 3/30 500     X  
Operating Engineers Local Union No. 3 Academic and Merit Scholarship 3/31 $1,000-$4,000 X      
Pacific Lutheran University Department of Music Scholarship Auditions 2/11 N/A        
PG&E Employee Resource Group Scholarships 2/1 N/A        
Philippine Professional &Business Society of Santa Clara Valley, Inc. 6/2 5000        
Portland State University Out-of-State Opportunity Scholarship 2/1 4000 X      
Presidential Scholarship - N/A        
Pueblo De San Jose Kiwanis Club Turn-Around Scholarship 2/20 1000     X X
QuestBridge College Prep Scholarship Program 3/27 N/A     X  
Ronald McDonald House Charities U.S. Scholarship Program 1/20 N/A        
Rotary Club Vocational Scholarship 5/21 2000 X X X X
Schwartz Scholarship Fund 1/31 1000 X X X  
SCW Dreamers Scholarship - 2,500 X X    
Silicon Valley Community Foundation Scholarship 2/15 $1,000 - $15,000        
Silicon Valley Community Foundation Scholarships 2/24 $1,000-$4000 X X X  
Sons of Italy Scholarship 3/16 $500-$5,000 X   X  
Student-View Scholarship Program 4/22 $500 - $4,000        
Students Committed To Engineering Excellence Scholarship 12/4 $3,000 - $9,000 X   X  
Taiwanese American Scholarship Fund 2/29 2500        
The 2016 Chen Foundation Scholarship Program 2/29 2000        
The California Latino Legislative Caucus Foundation 6/1 1000   X X X
TheDream.US Scholarship 2/15 25000 X X    
Trustees Scholarship - 37th Annual 12/1 four-year, full-tuition scholarship to Boston University X   X  
Tzu Chi Foundation Scholarship Program 3/11 $1,000 - $4,000 X X X  
U.S. Bank Scholarship Program 3/31 1000        
Vietnamese American Professional Women Scholarship 3/7 2000   X X X
Visine Students with Vision Scholarship Program 4/16 5000        
Voice of Democracy Scholarship 11/1 30000        
Western Undergraduate Exchange Scholarship 2/1 N/A X      
Williamette University Scholarship Auditions - N/A        
Xi Zeta Zeta Educational Foundation Academic Scholarship 1/31 N/A X   X X
Youth on Course Scholarship 1/11 4000 X X X
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Posted by: Martha Brazil
Published: 11/30/16




Audience: Homepage, Counseling, Grade 12 and Homepage

Filling out college applications is stressful enough as it is, but asking teachers for college recommendation letters can account for serious anxiety.

 

Many of us have trouble accepting a simple compliment, let alone asking one of our superiors to write a whole letter singing our praises — a letter our futures practically depend on. That's a lot of pressure, and there are a lot of unanswered questions when it comes to the etiquette of asking for these letters.

 

But don't panic yet. We chatted with a few school counselors to compile a list of unwritten rules to follow when asking a teacher or boss for a letter of recommendation...

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Posted by: Kelly Kruger
Published: 11/22/16




Audience: Homepage

Students, Family, and Friends of Oak Grove,

 

Project Inspire is an outreach program that invests in community projects around the world.  Sponsored by NVIDIA, a silicon valley company that specializes in GPU-accelerated computing, this program has been doing great work in Santa Clara County for the last nine years.  Luckily for Oak Grove, we were chosen as beneficiaries of Project Inspire for 2016.  The work includes landscaping, mural painting, and modernizing various rooms and spaces across campus.  If you would like to be part of this incredible experience register on the attached link.  There is only space for 100 volunteers, so get on board quickly.  Please read the guidelines below before registering.

 

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nvidia-project-inspire-at-oak-grove-high-school-saturday-dec-3-registration-29087823463

 

 

 

We welcome children ages 3 and older on the Saturday, Dec. 3 event day.  

 

Children 3-6 years old must be accompanied by a non-working adult at all times.

 

 All children under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. The accompanying parent/guardian must remain onsite for the duration of the event.

 

This rule applies to all student volunteers, except for the three pre-approved clubs (Art, Leadership, ROTC), who will have their teachers present as chaperones.

 

Every participant must have a signed waiver (attached). One waiver per individual. All adults (including spouses and children over 18) must sign for themselves. A parent or legal guardian must sign for their children under 18.

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 11/21/16




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Our Folklorico club is looking for male students to join our Folklorico team, if you are interested please go see Ms. Cabrera in the Parent Center today at lunch!

 

There will be an important MESA meeting today during lunch, in P-3. Come and meet our San Jose State University MESA advisors, and learn about STEM projects and competitions you can take part in. New members are welcome and encouraged to attend!

 

Dodgeball Games continue today in the small gym!  Come and watch the action during lunch today in the small gym.

 

In the spirit of the recent election, and a proposition that passed, this week Window to the World is presenting “What You Don’t Know About Marijuana”. Come find out what you don’t know.  Bring your lunch, bring your friends.  That’s today during lunch in C-16.

 

Don’t miss your opportunity to be a part of the Award Winning Oak Grove Colorguard and Oak Grove Percussion!  Auditions for our winter program will be held the week after Thanksgiving!  Tuesday, Nov 29th and Thursday, Dec 1st   Meet in the band room at 5:45pm both evenings!  For more information, go see Mr Moura in the band room!

 

We have reached the halfway mark which means that there is only 15 days left to apply to UC's and CSU's! Mr. Barraza will be hosting college application labs on November 22, 29, and 30. The college application labs will take place between 2-4PM in room E7. Don't wait until the last minute. See you there!!

 

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.

 

Order your yearbooks by the end of November and get 5% off!  Visit treering.com and get your yearbook today!

 

There will be a meeting in X-1 at lunch to speak about the recent presidential election!  All opinions may be presented in a safe environment.  Everyone is welcome to join.

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 11/18/16




Audience: Homepage and Grade 12

Seniors! Get your application submitted for the Local Community Heroes Scholarship! LCH is offering 10 $1,000 scholarships to college-bound students and 10 $1,000 scholarships to students to use toward career technical education. 

 

Scholarship applications are due November 30

 

Apply online at http://localcommunityheroes.com/Scholarship/

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Posted by: Kelly Kruger
Published: 11/17/16




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The  2015 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 16th.—Pizzuti

 

Today’s multimedia class will meet at 2:15 in room B8!

 

Seniors:  Did you miss your cap and gown reps on Monday and Tuesday?  Go to herffjones.com to order online.

 

Applying to UC's or to CSU's? November is the last month to apply! Mr. Barraza will be hosting College application labs in E7 on November 10, 15, 17, 22, 29, and 30 between 2-4pm. See you there!!

 

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.

 

International Day is tomorrow, November 10th in the new quad next to the fishbowl.  Tickets can be purchased next to the student bank during lunch.  About twenty clubs will be selling goodies out there so don’t pack a lunch and bring some money to buy tickets!

 

Order your yearbooks by the end of November and get 5% off!  Visit treering.com and get your yearbook today!

 

Friday is a holiday, but the football team will not be off.  They begin the playoffs against Archbishop Mitty this Friday.  Cheer on the Eagles as they begin their run for a back to back CCS title.  Friday at home at 7pm. 

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 11/9/16




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Hey Eagles!  The Pirates are coming!  The regular season comes to an end tonight against Piedmont Hills.  Come out and cheer on your seniors as they play their last regular season home game of their high school career.

 

Congratulations to sophomore Gabriela Teves, for placing 2nd place in the BVAL girls tennis tournament and qualifying for CC

 

Can you beLEAF it's November already? The Acts of Random Kindness Club is having an upcoming meeting next Tuesday (November 8) during lunch in X-1. We have exciting events that we can't wait to share with you all! Remember, kindness is like sugar; it makes life a little sweeter.

 

The 3rd annual ESUHSD Foundation Crab Feed is coming in March, but see Coach Buller now to find out how you can raise $2000 for your club or organization by participating. 

 

Seniors:  Your Cap and Gown Rep will be on campus on November 7th and 8th during break, lunch and after school to collect orders, but no need to wait until then!  Order online now at school.herffjones.com

 

Wrestling practice started this week.  Practice is in the wrestling room at 3:30.

 

This week Window to the World is presenting the final episode of “Go Back to Where You Came From!.” Bring your lunch, bring your friends and see how experiencing the path of refugees has changed the volunteers.  That’s today during lunch in C-16.

 

Applying to UC's or to CSU's? November is the last month to apply! Mr. Barraza will be hosting College application labs in E7 on November 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 29, and 30 between 2-4pm. See you there!!

 

Seniors! Are you applying to a private university? Start your common app NOW! Send out your letter of recommendation requests to your teachers and counselor today. To provide more information to your counselor, fill out the counselor letter of rec request found under quick links on the Oak Grove High School home page. Begin your common app today!  

 

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.

 

Save the date!  International Day is coming on November 10th.  All clubs interested in fundraising must register with ASB.

 

To see a list of food items already reserved, please visit the bulletin board at the student bank.

 

Order your yearbooks by the end of November and get 5% off!  Visit treering.com and get your yearbook today!

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 11/4/16




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The 3rd annual ESUHSD Foundation Crab Feed is coming in March, but see Coach Buller now to find out how you can raise $2000 for your club or organization by participating. 

 

Girls' Tennis won a total of 11 out of 12 matches during their season, placing 1st in their league. Also, gaining the West Valley Division title . Wish our lady eagles good luck as they compete in the B.V.A.L tournament today! 

 

Multimedia will meet today and every Wednesday after school in B8.

 

Seniors:  Your Cap and Gown Rep will be on campus on November 7th and 8th during break, lunch and after school to collect orders, but no need to wait until then!  Order online now at school.herffjones.com

 

Women's Basketball Tryouts today.  JV at 3:30 and Varsity at 5:30 in the small gym.  Tryouts will continue all this week.  See Coach Davis at the beginning of each practice for details.

 

Wrestling practice started this week.  Practice is in the wrestling room at 3:30. This past weekend, Jordan Auen currently attending Northern Michigan university, placed first at the Klippan Cup Wrestling Tournament in Sweden. Jordan was the youngest and the only American to win first at the tournament.

 

Girls interested in playing soccer: tryouts are today at 7 pm on the football field . Make sure to bring your cleats. See you there .

 

Applying to UC's or to CSU's? November is the last month to apply! Mr. Barraza will be hosting College application labs on November 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 29, and 30. Go to room E7 this Thursday between 3-5pm and get some help! The college application labs after Thursday will take place between 2-4pm. See you there!!

 

Seniors! Are you applying to a private university? Start your common app NOW! Send out your letter of recommendation requests to your teachers and counselor today. To provide more information to your counselor, fill out the counselor letter of rec request found under quick links on the Oak Grove High School home page. Begin your common app today!  

 

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.

 

Have you purchased a yearbook yet?  10% off if purchased by the end of October.  Don’t wait.  Go to treering.com and order today!

 

Save the date!  International Day is coming on November 10th.  All clubs interested in fundraising must register with ASB

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 11/2/16




Audience: Homepage

Hello Grads and Parents of Class of 2016,

 

Your graduation photos can be ordered at www.Visualsportsofcalifornia.com

 

 

 

 

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 11/2/16




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Use the links below to nominate your favorite teacher (certificated) or staff member (classified).

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Posted by: Tara Coburn
Published: 10/28/16




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On Monday, many students will be dressed in celebration of Halloween.  For the safety and enjoyment of our students and staff, please keep these guidelines in mind: Costumes may not be obstructive, offensive, overtly sexual, gang-related, or violent in nature.  Props that resemble or could be easily be mistaken for an actual weapon are NOT allowed.  And, Due to the  recent social media scare, we will not allow clown costumes, nor any costume that disguise the identity of students.

 

The football team travels to Willow Glen tomorrow night.  Let's all leave the nest and cheer on our team as they take on Rams! Go Eagles!

Girls interested in playing soccer , tryouts are next Monday October 31st @ 7 pm on the football field, and also Wednesday , November 2nd at 7 pm football field . Make sure to bring your cleats. See you there .

 

Attention Halloween Fest participants there will be a mandatory meeting tomorrow (Thursday) at lunch in the Parent Center, all clubs must send a representative from their team/club or group. We will talk about important details  Let's creep it real! : )

 

Attention All students interested in participating in Boys basketball this season, tryouts begin Monday Oct. 31.  Varsity 5pm-730pm in the large gym, JV 530pm-730pm in the small gym and Freshman 730pm-9pm in the large gym.

 

Safe School Ambassador Meeting in PF18 at lunch. Bring your permission slips to participate in a research study and earn a $10 survey response stipend. 

 

UNICEFERS! We will be having a meeting today at lunch in G3! Find out about our upcoming projects and ways you can earn community service hours! Treats will be provided

 

This week Window to the World is presenting “Go Back to Where You Came From!, Part 2.” Bring your lunch, and your friends to watch more of what it’s like to be a refugee on their journey from the world's war zones trying to find a safe country for themselves and their families. That’s today during lunch in C-16.

 

Cash For College Hands-on workshop is on Tuesday, Nov 1st from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. in Room E-6. Financial aid counselors will be available to help you fill out the application. Bring your 2015 tax information.  You can also get a head start by visiting www.fafsa.ed.gov to fill out the FAFSA online.

 

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! 

 

BOO! The Interact and VSU spirits are telling you to come join them at the InterVSU movie night collab!! Tonight we will be in X-1 from 4PM to 9PMwatching SPOOPY movies! Wear your PJS, bring a blanket, and get comfortable at this SPOOKTACULAR night

 

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.

 

Have you purchased a yearbook yet?  10% off if purchased by the end of October.  Don’t wait.  Go to treering.com and order today!

 

Calling All Clubs!  There will be an interclub council meeting in Q1 today at lunch to discuss the upcoming Fall International Day.  Please send a representative to obtain important information.  That’s Friday at lunch in Q1.

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 10/28/16




Audience: Martha Cabrera, Homepage, About Us, Academics, Academy of Hospitality & Tourism, Administration, AFJROTC, Athletics, Counseling, Departments, Fall Sports, Library Research Center, Parent Groups, Parents, Spring Sports, Staff Resources, Winter Sports, All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and 9th grade parents

Oak Grove Community,

 

You are invited to our Halloween Fest!

 

This is a fun and safe event for children to go trick or treating. Children can come in their favorite costume and participate in this FREE event. We will have many games, lots of candy and treats for kids. 

 

 

When: October 31st

Time: 3:00pm - 6:00pm

Where: Student Parking Lot (Eagles Lane)

 

 

This is our way to give back to our community and we hope to see you there! 

 

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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 10/26/16




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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. 

 

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 10/21/16




Audience: Homepage

Hey Oak Grove, don’t forget to stop by the small gym today from 9am to 1pm for our College and Career Event.  In fact, this entire week is national college week:  Look out for opportunities to engage with UCSC’s mascot, Sammy the Slug on Wednesday.  On Thursday, San Jose State’s Folklorico team will perform at lunch and for our Finale on Friday, everyone is invited to play the college version of human bingo!  Win prizes and get excited for college!

 

It is time once again to respond to the words of Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. He said: In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies but the silence of our friends.” 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.

 

Anyone interested in playing Women's Basketball this year please attend the meeting on Wednesday during lunch in K10.  Tryouts are on Oct. 31st.  Please attend the meeting so you can be prepared for tryouts.

 

Lets wish a good luck to Girls' Tennis : Gabby Teves, Emily Kong, Neenee Ngin, Uyen Tran, Kristy Pham, & Britney Tran as they compete in the West Valley Division against 6 other schools today!

 

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.

 

Attention all students: If you have been assigned detention today Tuesday October 18, detention will take place in room C3.  Detention begins at 3:05pm and ends at 4:05pm.  Please be on time and sign in.

 

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 10/18/16




Audience: Homepage

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        

    

 

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Posted by: Martha Brazil
Published: 10/18/16




Audience: Martha Cabrera, Homepage, About Us, Academics, Academy of Hospitality & Tourism, Administration, AFJROTC, Athletics, Counseling, Fall Sports, Library Research Center, Parent Groups, Parents, Scholarship Resources, Spring Sports, Staff Resources, Winter Sports, All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, Afterschool Professionals, Assistant Principals, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins and Teachers

Support our Band and Guard Program by buying a delicious Rita’s Italian Ice.

 

Today Monday, Oct 17th between noon and 7pm.

 

Show the flyer attached and support Oak Grove band & guard!

 

Rita's Italian Ice is located on Nob Hill Center, enter on Santa Teresa

 

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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 10/17/16




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Click the link below to access Episode 1 of Oak Grove TV (10/13/16)- Our new Morning Announcements! 

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Posted by: Tara Coburn
Published: 10/13/16




Audience: Martha Cabrera, Homepage, About Us, Academics, Academy of Hospitality & Tourism, Administration, AFJROTC, Athletics, Counseling, Fall Sports, Library Research Center, Parent Groups, Parents, Scholarship Resources, Spring Sports, Staff Resources, Winter Sports, All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11 and Grade 12

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. 

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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 10/13/16




Audience: Homepage

ATTENTION SENIORS & PARENTS!

Did you know that are changes to FAFSA this year?  FAFSA is an on-line application that college bound seniors will need fill out for financial assistance with college such as grants, loans, work study, and scholarships. 

Starting with the 2017­–18 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®), the following changes have been put in place: 

  • Students are now able to submit a FAFSA® earlier.  Students have been able to file a 2017–18 FAFSA since Oct. 1, 2016, rather than beginning on Jan. 1, 2017. The earlier submission date is a permanent change, enabling students to complete and submit a FAFSA as early as Oct. 1 every year. (There is NO CHANGE to the 2016–17 schedule. The FAFSA became available Jan. 1 as in previous years.)
  • Students now report earlier income information. Beginning with the 2017–18 FAFSA, students are required to report income information from an earlier tax year. For example, on the 2017–18 FAFSA, students (and parents, as appropriate) must report their 2015 income information, rather than their 2016 income information.  

For more information on the FAFSA, please mark your calendar to attend Oak Grove's Financial Aid Information Night on Tuesday, Oct. 25th from 6 to 7 p.m. in Room X-1 ( English presentation ) or Room U101 ( Spanish presentation). 

 

Our Cash For College Hands-on workshop is on Tuesday, Nov 1st from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. in Room E-6.Financial aid counselors will be available to help you fill out the application. Bring your 2015 tax information.  You can also get a head start by visiting www.fafsa.ed.gov to fill out the FAFSA online.

 

Ms. Lieu

Head Counselor

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Posted by: Binh Lieu
Published: 10/11/16




Audience: Homepage

Your Football Eagles take on Leigh High School in tonight’s Homecoming Game!  Don’t miss the game, the parade, and the homecoming court riding in those fabulous T-Birds!

 

Today is the last day to buy Homecoming tickets.  All tickets today will be sold for $15 during break and lunch.  There will be no tickets sold at the door.

 

The pink ribbons of breast cancer.  You see them on products everywhere.  But who really benefits from the pink ribbon campaigns - the cause or the company? This week Window to the World is presenting Pink Ribbons, Inc.  Pink Ribbons, Inc. takes a close look at the hand-in-hand marketing of brands and products associated with the pink ribbon.  That’s today during lunch in C-16.

 

Debaters - the Pumpkin Classic is October 15th.  Get your permission slips in to Mr. Henderson or Ms. Forteamo. New debaters are welcome!

 

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.

 

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.

 

If you are interested in going to Italy this summer but were worried about the money, there's good news! All students who enroll by Wed October 12, will get $200 off! Enroll now before prices go up!

 

It's not too late to join MESA! MESA will meet every Friday after school at 3pm in P-3

 

Seniors! The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation College Scholarship application is now available. Receive up to $40,000 per year to complete your bachelor's degree, as well as opportunities for internships, study abroad, and graduate school funding. For more information, go to the OG counseling twitter page @OGcounseling or look for the announcement on schoolloop.

 

Seniors, if you have not taken your senior portraits yet, please make your appointment with JP Impressions.  The deadline is October 14th.  See the school website for more information.

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 10/7/16




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Top Scholarships for High School Seniors

 

Aside from grants and loans, private scholarships are some of the best ways to help fund your college education. There are thousands of scholarships out there for high school seniors, all with different eligibility requirements, deadlines, and award amounts, so it would be worth your time to do your own research.

Senior year is prime crunch time when it comes to your college scholarship search. If you’re just starting the search process and need a little help getting off on the right foot, you’ve come to the right place. I’ve compiled a list of some of the best college scholarships for high school seniors based on availability and award amounts. These scholarships are generally flexible (you’ll be able to use them at any accredited college you choose to attend), and don’t have any geographical restrictions (so you’re eligible to apply no matter where you live in the US).

The list is broken down into lists of scholarship competitions, merit-based scholarships, need-based scholarships, and specialty awards

 

 

Scholarship Competitions

 

Create-a-Greeting Card Scholarship Contest (Gallery Collection Scholarship)

 

Your design ends up here; you get money for college ... it doesn't get better than that! 

 

This scholarship is pretty unique, and is great for students with some untapped artistic talents! Students compete for this award by submitting a photo, piece of artwork, or computer graphic for the front of a greeting card. The winner receives $10,000, and the winner's school receives an award of $1,000. 

  • The competition is open to high school, college, and university students.
  • The submission deadline is March 2, 2017.
  • http://www.gallerycollection.com/greeting-cards-scholarship.htm

 

Scholarships Based on Academic Strength

 

To win these scholarships, you have to show that you're tough - or, at least, that your brain is tough. 

 

The following scholarships are generally awarded based on your academic performance in conjunction with a few other factors (often leaderships skills and commitment to community service). The most competitive applicants will be dedicated, high-achieving students who also show that they're invested in their communities. 

 

Coca-Cola Scholars Program

Coca-Cola Scholars are judged on their academic performance, extracurricular activities, leadership experience, and community service. This scholarship program is fairly large: 150 awards of $20,000 are given out each year. You can read more the Coca-Cola scholarship by reading our guide to winning the award

  • This award is open to current high school seniors.
  • The application opens in August; the submission deadline is typically in October.
  • http://www.coca-colascholarsfoundation.org/applicants/the-process/

 

Burger King Scholars Program

Applicants to this scholarship are judged on their GPA, work experience, extracurricular activities, and community service. Award amounts really range - they can be as small as $1,000 and as large as $50,000

  • This scholarship is open to US high school seniors who plan on going to college or vocational/technical school.
  • The application typically opens in October. The submission deadline is typically in December.
  • https://www.scholarsapply.org/burgerkingscholars/

 

Ronald McDonald House Charities Scholarships

These award eligibility requirements will really vary based on your local Ronald McDonald House Charity chapter. Some scholarships have ethnic eligibility requirements, for example. Deadlines and award amounts will also vary by location, but some of the bigger national awards can be as large as $100,000

  • These scholarships are open to high school seniors, but other eligibility requirements may apply based on the particular scholarship.
  • The scholarship application is typically open in October.
  • http://www.rmhc.org/rmhc-us-scholarships

  

SCHOLARSHIPS BASED ON FINANCIAL NEED

 

If your family income isn't enough to cover college expenses, need-based scholarships might be great options for you. 

 

The following scholarships take financial need into account when choosing award recipients. For many of these programs, though, financial need is just one of many criteria considered - strong applicants will also need to be strong students, or leaders, or community activists. You'll likely have to submit documentation around your family income for most of these applications. 

 

Horatio Alger Scholarship Award

This generous need-based scholarship is meant for students who have faced and overcome great obstacles. To be considered eligible, your gross adjusted family income must be at or below $55,000. At the national level, there are 106 $22,000 awards; there are also state scholarships that range between $6,000-$10,500. This one scholarship application will get you considered for many other national, state, and specialized scholarships - less work for you, and many more opportunities for scholarship funding!

  • This scholarship is open to US high school seniors who plan on getting a BA.
  • The application submission deadline is typically in October
  • https://scholars.horatioalger.org/scholarship-application-homepage/

 

Jackie Robinson's Foundation Scholarship Program

Applicants to this need-based scholarship are judged on leadership skills and commitment to community service. To be considered eligible, you must identify as a minority student. As many as 60 new scholarships are awarded annually; the scholarships are 4-year awards, and recipients can receive as much as $7,500 per year

  • This scholarship is open to minority high school seniors.
  • The application typically opens in November. The submission deadline is typically in February. 
  • http://www.jackierobinson.org/apply/applicants/

 

Engebretson Foundation Scholarship

This scholarship is pretty straightforward: it's awarded to one student each year who demonstrates financial need, in addition to impressive academic performance and leadership ability. The annual award winner receives $5,000 per semester of college. 

  • This scholarship is open to current high school seniors. 
  • The application submission deadline is typically in March.
  • http://www.engebretsonfoundation.org/

 

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation College Scholarship Program

In addition to funding for school, this scholarship program offers personal advising on selecting a college, navigating financial aid, and transitioning from high school to college. Applicants are judged on academic ability and achievement, financial need, persistence, desire to help others, and leadership. Awards are given to 30-40 students each year, and can be as much as$40,000

  • This scholarship is open to high school seniors with financial need who will attend a 4-year college.
  • The application is open from early September to early November. 
  • http://www.jkcf.org/scholarship-programs/college-scholarship/

 

Elk's National Foundation Most Valuable Student Competition 

Applicants to this need-based scholarship are judged on their scholarship and leadership abilities. Over 500 scholarships are available across the country, and total award amounts (over four years) range from $4,000-$50,000. Applications must be submitted to the Elk Lodge closest to your home address, so research the Elk Lodges in your area before you apply!

  • This scholarship is open to US high school seniors.
  • The application submission deadline is November 30, 2016.
  • http://www.elks.org/scholars/scholarships/mvs.cfm

 

SPECIALTY SCHOLARSHIPS

These scholarships are unique - just like every student applicant!

 

The following scholarship programs are national awards but are targeted towards students with specific or unique interests or achievements. Whether you're the next president of the SPCA or the next president of the USA, you should be able to find a specialty scholarships that's seemingly meant just for you!

 

Vegetarian Resource Group Scholarship

Are you a proud vegetarian? This might seem like a uniquely niche award, but the scholarship is very real! The Vegetarian Resource Group judges applicants on their "compassion, courage, and commitment to promoting a peaceful world through a vegetarian diet/lifestyle." If you've promoted vegetarianism in your school or community, you'll likely be a strong applicant. The first place winner receives $10,000, and two runners-up each receive $5,000. 

  • The scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors.
  • The application submission deadline is February 20, 2017. 
  • http://www.vrg.org/student/scholarship_form.pdf

Buick Achievers Scholarship Program

This scholarship program is meant for students who plan on pursuing a degree in technology or engineering. Some select design and business programs may also qualify. Applicants are judged both on academic merit and financial need. Winners can receive up to $25,000 for up to 4 years - that's a maximum award amount of $100,000! There are as many as 50 new award winners each year. 

  • This scholarship is open to high school seniors, high school graduates, or current undergraduates.
  • The application typically opens in January.
  • The submission deadline will likely be in late February. 
  • https://buickachievers.scholarshipamerica.org/reminder/

 

Davidson Fellowship Scholarships

Do you have a really extraordinary achievement that you're particularly proud of? This scholarship goes to unique students who have completed a particularly impressive piece of work in science, technology, engineering, math, literature, music, or philosophy. Scholarship requirements differ based on the type of project. Awards range from $10,000 to $50,000.  

  • This scholarship is open to students under 18 years of age.
  • The application typically opens in November.
  • The submission deadline will likely be in early February.
  • http://www.davidsongifted.org/Fellows-Scholarship/How-to-Apply

 

AXA Achievement Scholarship

This scholarship is targeted towards students who have empowered society throughachievements that mitigate risk. This can be interpreted pretty broadly, so spend some time thinking about what risk means to you, and if you've participated in making the world a safer place through any of your activities. There are a total of 52 $10,000 regional awards - one winner is chosen from each state, Washington DC, and Puerto Rico. Ten national winners receive anadditional $15,000 each

  • This scholarship is open to high school seniors who will attend college in 2017-2018.
  • The application typically opens in September; 
  • https://us.axa.com/axa-foundation/AXA-achievement-scholarship.html

 

TIPS FOR MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS

Tips here, get your tips here!

 

If you're going to go through all the work of submitting a scholarship application, you want to make sure you have the best chances possible of winning awards. The following tips will help you submit the greatest number of successful scholarship applications possible. 

 

Do Your Own Research

As you've probably noticed, many of the above scholarships are fairly generous, national awards that will likely be very competitive. You could be a very strong applicant for any number of scholarships and still not win one of these big national awards. So what's a student to do? 

The reality is that there are countless scholarship programs out there that might be really good fits for your interests, location, background, identity, etc. The more niche a scholarship program, the better chances you'll have of winning an award (if you're a qualified applicant, that is). So do your own research on scholarships programs that operate in your area, or are offered to students with your particular interests or passions. The Ronald McDonald House Charities scholarships are a good place to start. You can also pay a visit to your guidance counselor, who should have more information on local scholarships. You could also branch out on your own, and Google scholarships in your area. If you have a particular talent, skill, interest, or identity, search for scholarships that are offered to students based on those criteria. 

 

Apply Broadly

Applying for scholarships (like applying to colleges), is in part a numbers game. You wouldn't apply to just one school if you wanted to optimize your chances of getting into a great college, would you? Many scholarship applications ask similar questions and require similar information, so if you apply to one program, you may as well apply to a bunch. It's free to apply for most scholarships, so all it takes from you is a few hours of your time. 

Finally, take advantage of applications that submit you for consideration for many scholarship awards, like the Horatio Algier Scholarship application mentioned above. 

 

Make Note of Deadlines

Scholarship applications are all over the place - there's no defined "scholarship season" for submission deadlines, but many are due before you would submit college applications. As such, it's better to start your scholarship search earlier rather than later, so you don't miss out on any great opportunities. The summer before your senior year is a good time to start making note of programs you're interested in. Keep track of application deadlines by keeping a spreadsheet that you update regularly. This is especially helpful if applications require you to ask for letters of recommendation - you can make sure to give teachers and mentors plenty of advance notice to write you a letter. 

 

WHAT'S NEXT? 

If you want to get a head start on scoping out scholarships, you should check out our comprehensive guides to winning some of the most competitive national scholarships available. Learn more about the Coca-Cola Scholarship, the Gates Millenium Scholarship, the Walmart Scholarships, and the McDonald's Scholarships. 

 

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Posted by: Binh Lieu
Published: 10/7/16




Audience: Grade 12, Parents, Staff and Homepage

Attention Seniors! 

 

Sixt rent a car is pleased to offer five high school seniors graduating in 2017 the opportunity to receive a $5,000 scholarship and become a Sixt scholar. The program is designed to assist high school students who plan to continue their education in college. Scholarships are offered each year for full-time study at an accredited institution of the student’s choice.

 

· Name of the scholarship: Sixt Scholars Program

· Deadline date: November 30, 2016

· Value of the scholarship: $5,000

· Number of scholarships available: 5

 

 Please click on the website below to apply for the scholarship.

 

·         Your website URL: www.sixt.com/sixt-scholars/

 

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Posted by: Binh Lieu
Published: 10/5/16




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Senior Portrait Deadline is October 14, 2016.

Call today to make your appointment.  

 

JP Impressions Photography

367 S. First st.  

San Jose, CA. 95113

(408)298-7532

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 10/4/16




Audience: Kelly Kruger, Grade 12 and Homepage

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:

  • Up to $40,000 per year to attend a four-year accredited undergraduate school
  • Ability to pursue any area of study
  • Personal advising about selecting a college and navigating financial aid
  • Multifaceted advising about how to transition to college and maximize the college student experience
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Posted by: Kelly Kruger
Published: 9/30/16




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Save someone’s life by donating blood.  The fall blood drive is on October 5th in the small gym.  Sign up at the JROTC building!

 

‘tis the season  for concussions.  Today at lunch in C-16 Window to the World will be previewing  “Head Games”, a documentary on the effects of concussions.  Come check it out.  The full documentary will be available on the club website.  That’s today in C-16

 

Attention Juniors!  Are you planning to attend a four year university after high school?  If yes, you should register to take the PSAT to increase your SAT scores and to be eligible for scholarship money.  Sign up at the school bank during break or lunch. Cost is $20 and $5 for students with free/reduced lunch.

 

ROCK CLIMBERS: Climb on our bouldering wall today in the Small Gym from 2:30 - 4:30pm. Our featured trail of the week is "Bui Battles the Anteater" for bonus points. All equipment is provided. 

 

BSU: Black Student Union Meeting today at Lunch In Q1

 

Attention Key Club! Fall Rally North is our annual Six Flags event where you and thousands of other Key Clubbers come together to see which division is the loudest and the most spirited! Come to our informational meeting next Wednesday, September 28 at lunch in room X-1 to learn how you can help Division 12 South win the spirit stick at this year’s rally! 

 

Halloween Fest— We are currently seeking anyone who is interested designing their own booths to give away candy or small toys to trick or treaters.  Anyone interested in participating in this, please see Ms. Cabrera in the Parent Center. The winner of the best booth contest will win a pizza party for their club or group.

 

Yearbooks are on sale on treering.com.  Today is the last day to get 15%.  Order today on Treering.com.

 

Check out the Axidents, Sizzle McFly and the rest of the talent at Beats ‘n Eats today!  Bring a blanket and kick off the weekend vibing to the music and food of Grovelands. 

 

Homecoming tickets are now available at the student bank at lunch today.  Guests are $15, OG Students $10, and OG Students with ASB cards are $5.   Get your ASB card today and buy a ticket to Homecoming!

 

Homecoming?!  That means next week is spirit week!!!  Here’s the lineup: Clone Day Monday, Breakfast Club Tuesday, Breast Cancer Awareness Wednesday, Safari Thursday, and Blue and Gold Friday! 

 

Good luck to our Football Eagles as they travel to Pioneer to tame the Mustangs!  Go Eagles!

 

If you are registered for the SAT tomorrow, don’t forget to print out your SAT ticket through the collegeboard website and bring a picture ID.  Eat a good breakfast and be early.  Pack some snacks, water, pens/pencils, and an acceptable calculator.  Good luck! –Barraza

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 9/30/16




Audience: Homepage

During this presidential election, high school students have two opportunities to learn, engage, and take action:

 

1) If students are 16 years old by Nov. 8, (Election Day) they can sign-up and get paid to be a Student Election Officer.

 

2) If students are 18 years old by Nov. 8, they can register to vote and take part in the democratic process. The last day to register to vote is Oct. 24.

 

For more information, follow this link to the Civic Education website:http://civiced.sccoe.org/takeaction.aspx 

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 9/27/16




Audience: Homepage

Don't regret not getting one!  You'll look back on it for the rest of your life.

 

To Purchase & Customize Your Yearbook*: *Must be a parent or student 13 years or older.

 

Go to www.TreeRing.com/validate

Enterourschool’spasscode:  1013776385291826

Regular Price: $57.00

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Published: 9/23/16




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Freshman, preorder your shirts for homecoming! Preoders will be taken in front of ASB on today during lunch.  Shirts are $12.   Also, the freshman class will be selling root beer floats today after school in front of ASB.  Grab a root beer float and head out to the football game!

 

Congratulations to Rachel White and Travis Tran who were elected to the School Site Council for a two year term.

 

Beats and Eats auditions are ongoing.  The next audition date is Monday from 1:15-2:30pm in Q1.   ASB's twitter at OGHSASB or find the link on school loop for more info!  Get discovered at Beats ‘n Eats!

Attention Juniors and Seniors!

 

University of San Francisco will be visiting our campus today @ 1 pm. in Room X-1.  Come to the presentation to learn more on what USF has to offer and the application process. 

 

(hushed voice) Hey Eagles, there’s a secret meeting on the hill at lunch today.  No one is supposed to know about it.  Don’t tell anyone.  I heard they’re raffling off a free yearbook to an ASB card holder! Yeah and don’t tell anyone that Folklorico will dance to celebrate Mexican Independence Day, games will be played, and music will be turned real low. Shhhhh… (regular voice) Show your spirit on game day. Beat Palo Alto!

 

All clubs interested in fundraising should not miss the opportunity at our next Beats n Eats on Sept. 30th.  Speak to Pauline Phan or any other ASB officer for more information.

 

All Interested in Oak Grove Golf Club see Coach Buller at Break in Boys PE.

 

BSU: Black Student Union will be having their first meeting of the school year today in Q1 at lunch.

 

Interested in a Mathematics, Engineering Science Achievement Club? Join MESA, a San Jose State University sponsored program! Join MESA!  Speak to Ms. Hernandez in P3 today

 

Yearbooks are now on sale through treering.com.  Don't miss out on high school memories that can never be duplicated on instagram.  Order now and get 15% off until September 30. Look for yearbook info on the school website. 

 

This week Window to the World is presenting Inside North Korea.Recently a BBC reporter was expelled from North Korea for showing disrespect and 'distorting facts'. Inside North Korea tells the full story of his visit to the country. That’s today during lunch in C-16.

 

Seniors! Seniors! Seniors!

Check out the Counseling Department's Twitter feed @OGCOUNSELING for a list of national scholarships with a November deadline. Find money to help fund your education after high school.  Get all the latest counseling news and events by following the counseling department @OGCOUNSELING

 

The Military Entrance Processing Center will be administering the ASVAB Test on Wednesday, September 21st, from 8:15-12:30 in the wrestling room.  This test incorporates the Career Exploration Program; enabling students to learn about their skills and interests and matches them to potential occupations and colleges.  Sign up during lunch at the table by JROTC or visit the JROTC P building.

 

Have a teacher or staff member who has been helping you lately? Want to celebrate them for making a difference in your life? Take a moment to click on the link in Schoolloop News to vote for them for Certificated or Classified staff member of the month.

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 9/16/16




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Hey Eagle Family!

You can now buy football tickets online at https://prepmo.com/schools/oak-grove-high-school-san-jose-ca-tickets/

 

Just print out your ticket or bring your smart phone and scan at the gate!

 

See you at the game!

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 9/15/16




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Hey Eagles!  If you or your band would like to perform at Oak Grove's next Beats 'n Eats on 9/30/16, fill out the form by clicking on the link:https://goo.gl/forms/Y3lM9NA1lK4tgjx62

 

Auditions will be held 9/14, 9/15, and 9/19 after school.   See an ASB officer for more details.

 

Attached is a performer's contract that must be filled out.

 

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 9/13/16




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Freshman, preorder your freshman shirts for the homecoming rally in front of ASB on Thursday and Friday during lunch.

 

Beats and Eats auditions Today and Thursday this week from 3:30 to 4:30 in Q1, check out ASB's twitter at OGHSASB or find the link on school loop for more info

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Attention Juniors and Seniors!

University of San Francisco will be visiting our campus this Friday @ 1 pm. in Room X-1.  Come to the presentation to learn more on what USF has to offer and the application process. 

 

Blue and Gold Friday is coming again.  Show your spirit on game day as take on Palo Alto HS at home this Friday!  Don’t have blue and gold gear?  Visit the student store for apparel and snacks after school.

 

Interclub council meeting on Thursday at lunch in Q1.  Must attend to fundraise at Beats ‘n Eats!

 

Debate club will meet today after school in U108 from 2:15-4:30pm today.

 

Hey Filipino Student Union our first meeting will be today at lunch in Ms. Bellza's room.   Please come out to learn more about our club and our plans for the year!

 

Interested in the intricacies of carbonation? Join Science Club this week in Mr. Allen's room, X-8, from 2:30-4 on Wednesday for some cool experiments and fizzy food

 

Come learn Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign on Wednesdays after school in the B8 Mac Lab!

 

Students there will be no Ju-Jitsu this week. Ju- Jitsu will resume next week. Arigato! 

 

BSU: Black Student Union will be having their first meeting of the school year this Friday the 16th in Q1 at lunch.

 

Interested in a Mathematics, Engineering Science Achievement Club? Join MESA, a San Jose State University sponsored program! MESA provides a unique combination of enrichment activities, hand-on competitions, counseling, academic support, industry involvement, and supportive community environment.  First MESA club meeting will be today, Sept. 14, after school from 3-4pm in P-3." -M. Hernandez

 

If you're looking for help on a writing assignment or just need access to a computer and a printer, The Writing Center is now open every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:15 to 5:00 in Room B8.  

 

Have a teacher or staff member who has been helping you lately? Want to celebrate them for making a difference in your life? Take a moment to click on the link in Schoolloop News to vote for them for Certificated or Classified staff member of the month.

 

Attention Key Club: We have a general body meeting at Lunch in Room X-1 today. Please arrive promptly so that we discuss membership and upcoming club trips, including our Regional Training Conference

 

Yearbooks are now on sale through treering.com.  Don't miss out on high school memories that can never be duplicated on instagram.  Order now and get 15% off until September 30. Look for yearbook info on the school website. 

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 9/13/16




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Attention Juniors!

 

Are you planning to attend a four year university after graduation? If yes, sign up for the PSAT test @ Oak Grove to help you prepare for the SAT. Please register and pay for the PSAT at the school bank during break, lunch, and after school. Cash or check ( payable to Oak Grove High) will be accepted.

 

Cost:  $20

           $5  ( If you qualify for free/reduced lunch)

 

Almost all students take the PSAT during their junior year, but many students take the PSAT when they are sophomores to get the feel of the test. (Note: the district will pay for all sophomores to take the PSAT. Sophomores will not need to register or pay for the PSAT ). However, it is only the scores from the PSAT taken in your junior year that are considered for the National Merit Scholarship competition.

This scholarship competition awards approximately 8,200 scholarships annually. The selection process starts with the choosing of National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalists and Commended Scholars. Cutoffs vary from state to state but typically Semi-Finalists score in the top one percent of students in their state and Commended Scholars between the top one to four percent. Most of the approximately 16,000 Semi-Finalists become Finalists, and half of those ultimately receive National Merit Scholarships.

 

 

Binh Lieu

Head Counselor

Oak Grove High

408-347-6630

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Posted by: Binh Lieu
Published: 9/12/16




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Have a teacher, counselor, or staff member who has been helping you lately? Want to celebrate them for making a difference in your life?

Take a moment to click on the link below to vote for them for Certificated (teachers/counselors) or Classified (office, classroom assistants, cafeteria, etc.) staff member of the month.

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Posted by: Tara Coburn
Published: 9/12/16




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Calling all eagles!  Calling all eagles!  Fly to the hill at lunch and get your spirit on with music, games, and football!  Rally on the hill at lunch!

 

BSU: Black Student Union will be having their first meeting of the school year next Friday the 16th in K10 at lunch.

 

Interested in a Mathematics, Engineering Science Achievement Club? Join MESA, a San Jose State University sponsored program! MESA provides a unique combination of enrichment activities, hand-on competitions, counseling, academic support, industry involvement, and supportive community environment.  First MESA club meeting will be Wednesday Sept. 14, after school from 3-4pm in P-3." -M. Hernandez

 

Attention freshmen! Link Crew is putting on a free bbq tailgate for you before the first home game today when your football eagles take on Granite Bay! Come to the blacktop basketball courts at 3:30 for a free meal, free entrance to the JV game, and your chance to win a gift card to the student store! –Peth/Camarillo

 

America’s college fraternities are notorious for hard drinking and hard partying, but they are also accused of fostering a culture of brutality and sexual assault. This week Window to the World is presentingFrat Boys.  Are you going to university? Frat Boys takes a close look at Greek life.  That’s today during lunch in C-16.

 

ARK! ARK! ARK! ( Please say that in a seal voice.). The Acts of Random Kindness Club's first meeting is TODAY at lunch in X-1. EmbARK on a new ARKventure with us and come by to get some fruit snacks too!

 

This Saturday! Come one come all to the debate tournament. Be here for food and registration starting at 830! Come to the C Building and find the outside registration table. Win prizes! Bring your talent for Argumentation! –Henderson/Forteamo

 

To ALL students:  Please return ANY textbooks or novels you no longer need to the Bookroom this week. Make sure you finally take care of your book fines, but come to the Bookroom first to check if your lost book has been found. We have three textbooks that have been found but not reclaimed. Thank you for paying attention. --Ms. Inzunza

 

ARK! ARK! ARK! Come out to the Acts of Random Kindness Club's first meeting in X-1 this Friday, during lunch. Because remember, it's the little things that make a difference.

 

If you're looking for help on a writing assignment or just need access to a computer and a printer, The Writing Center is now open every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:15 to 5:00 in Room B8.  

 

Seniors: Spirit Patrol practice is on for Monday at 6am.  Set your alarm today!

 

Student IDs and ASB cards are now available at the student bank during break and lunch.  Check out the new and improved ASB cards.  Also, visit the student store today to stock up on some blue and gold gear!

 

What is the ice cream scoop challenge?  Ask a football player, band member, or cheerleader today!

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 9/9/16




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Hi Eagles, Friends, and Family, 

 

We are pleased to announce that tickets to select OG events, sports and otherwise, are now available online at https://prepmo.com/schools/oak-grove-high-school-san-jose-ca-tickets/

 

You can print or show on a smart phone your ticket to scan at the gate.  

 

Thank you, 

Oak Grove Activities

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 9/7/16




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Hey Oak Grove students, vote for one of your own. Lesandra Urena won this year's NFTE Regional Business Plan competition and is headed to New York this October. She is currently competing in an additional elevator pitch competition and needs your votes. Use the link below to vote using either Facebook or your email (create a voting account). 

Every LIKE matters- help her (and Oak Grove) to win!!!

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Posted by: Tara Coburn
Published: 9/6/16




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Hey Oak Grove students, vote for one of your own. Lesandra Urena won this year's NFTE (pronounced nifty) Regional Business Plan competition and is headed to New York this October. She is currently competing in an additional elevator pitch competition and needs your votes. Check out the schoolloop home page for the link and vote for her pitch today!

 

ARK! ARK! ARK! Come out to the Acts of Random Kindness Club's first meeting in X-1 this Friday, during lunch. Because remember, it's the little things that make a difference.

 

Hey recyclers! There will be a meeting on Wed. (Sept. 7) during lunch in room E4!! Come out to learn what EAC is all about and board opportunities! 

 

Do you believe in equality for all genders? Are you for women having equal rights along with men? If so, attend the Feminist Club meeting today at lunch in room G-1.

 

Gay- Straight Alliance will meet Wednesday at lunch in room G-1. Everyone is welcome,so come and spread the love!

 

There will be a Choreo Club Meeting this Thursday in B6 at lunch.  Everyone is welcomed to attend.

 

Hey hey kpoppers! Today kpop club will be having a meeting during lunch in room S3!!! Come out to learn the songs we're performing, practice days, and board opportunities!! Goooo kpop!

 

Poly Club!  Our first practice is today after school at the fishbowl.  2:30-4:30 or 3:30-5:30.  You pick which session works for you.  Remember to come dressed out!

 

If you're looking for help on a writing assignment or just need access to a computer and a printer, The Writing Center is now open every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:15 to 5:00 in Room B8.  

 

Seniors: Spirit Patrol will begin promptly at 6am everyday this week.  Set your alarm to get to the gym by 6am!

Also, voting for T-shirt designs will take place at lunch on Wednesday in front of the ASB office.

 

VSUUUUUUUUUU IS HAVING OUR FIRST CLUB MEETING TODAY IN X1 AT LUNCH. COME OUT TO LEARN ALL ABOUT VIETNAMESE STUDENT UNION AND MEET OUR OFFICERS. WE WILL ALSO BE RAFFLING OFF SEVERAL VSU SHOW SHIRTS SO MAKE SURE YOU GRAB A SEAT. ALL OUR WELCOME AND WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE! 

 

Staying late for online gaming, working out for sports, or studying at the library?  Refuel at the student store where a light snack and refreshing drink can tide you over until you get home.  Eagles can fly on by the student store everyday after school!

 

Student IDs and ASB cards are now available at the student bank during break and lunch.  Check out the new and improved ASB cards. 

 

Oak Grove's School Site Council is looking for interested and involved students to fill vacant positions on the SSC.  The SSC is a decision-making body that represents all stakeholders in the school community, including the school Administrators, Teachers, other school personnel, parents, students and other community members. Their primary responsibility is to identify common goals for student achievement and to assist the leadership team in developing a plan to achieve those goals.  If you are interested in joining the SSC for a two-year term, please see Mr. Chung before 12PM on Monday, September 12, 2016 Elections will take place at lunch on September 14.

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 9/6/16




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Published: 9/2/16




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If you're looking for help on a writing assignment or just need access to a computer and a printer, The Writing Center is now open every Tuesday andThursday from 3:15 to 5:00 in Room B8.  

 

This week Window to the World is presenting Secrets of Mexico’s Drug War.  Secrets of Mexico’s Drug War lifts the lid on an extraordinary story of collusion and double dealing on the part of US law enforcement.  That’s tomorrow during lunch in C-16.  Remember that this program and all previous documentaries are viewable on the club website.

 

INTERACT! INTERACT! INTERACT!  Come to our first Interact club meeting this Friday in X-1 at lunch to find out more about the service club that we all love! Fruit snacks will be provided and be sure to swipe right to check out our next Snapchat filter!

 

Senior class informational meeting in X1 at lunch today to discuss spirit patrol and homecoming.  Make your voice heard.

 

Hey all you mathletes! There is a math club meeting today at lunch in room G-3.  Be there or be squared.

 

Are you interested in TRAVEL?  Do you want to see the Sistine Chapel and Michelangelo's David? Take a gondola ride in Venice? Come to D2 at LUNCH Today to find out HOW!!!!

 

Congratulations Debate Team for surviving your first workshop and bringing home the Spirit Award! Our next meeting is today from 2:30-4:30 in room U108.  Plan on staying for at least one hour.

 

Class of 2018! Submit your class tshirt designs by September 5th! Find out more on our class facebook and twitter

 

VSU Black long sleeves on sale! Preorder your long sleeve for just $15. Preorders end this Friday, September 2. Prices will increase, so be sure to place your order ASAP. Contact any VSU officer to order one or look us up on any social media @ OGHS VSU.  Also, our first club meeting is next Tuesday at lunch in X1.

 

Staying late for choreo, training with ROTC, or practicing with the marching band?  Refuel at the student store where a light snack and refreshing drink can tide you over until you get home.  Visit the student store if you’re on campus after school!

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 9/1/16




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Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) will have their first meeting today in room G-1 during lunch. Everyone is welcome! Come spread the love!

 

HEY RECYCLERS!!! There will be EAC pick up today after 6th period near U104!! We are also selling t-shirts for $5! Come out and get community service hours!

 

Folklorico -  Do you like folklorico dance? if you do, you are invited to join us at our first meeting today at lunch in the Library - Parent Center.  New and advance folklorico dancers are welcome! (Cabrera)

 

Are you interested in TRAVEL?  Do you want to see the Sistine Chapel and Michelangelo's David? Take a gondola ride in Venice? Come to D2 at LUNCH on THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 1st to find out HOW!!!!

 

Key Club is a community service organization that helps students build leadership, fellowship, and service. If you are interested in being a small part that contributes to big changes in the world, then find out more about us. We have our first general body meeting on Wednesday Aug 31 in Room X-1 during lunch. 

 

Are you interested in learning how to use photoshop, illustrator, and inDesign? Then come to the Multimedia ASSETS program today from 2:30-3:30 in the B8 Mac Lab. --Fontaine

 

Congratulations Debate Team for surviving your first workshop and bringing home the Spirit Award! Our next meeting is today from 2:30-4:30 in room U108.  Plan on staying for at least one hour.

 

Class of 2018! Submit your class tshirt designs by September 5th! Find out more on our class facebook and twitter

 

VSU Black long sleeves are currently on sale! Preorder your long sleeve for just $15. Preorders end this Friday, September 2. Prices will increase, so be sure to place your order ASAP. Contact any VSU officer to order one or look us up on any social media @ OGHS VSU. 

 

Whether you’re staying late at the tutor center, playing ball at open gym, or dancing for poly visit the student store for a light snack and an ice cold, refreshing drink.  After school eagles can satisfy their hunger everyday at the student store.  

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 8/31/16




Audience: Martha Cabrera, Homepage, About Us, Academics, Academy of Hospitality & Tourism, Administration, AFJROTC, Athletics, Counseling, Departments, Fall Sports, Library Research Center, Parent Groups, Parents, Scholarship Resources, Spring Sports, Staff Resources, Winter Sports, All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, Afterschool Professionals, Assistant Principals, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins and Teachers

College Night

Wednesday September 28, 2016

6:00pm - 8:00pm

at Independence High School - Large Gym

1776 Educational Park Drive, San Jose CA 95133

 

This is an event for all high school students and their families. Meet with representatives from over 100 Colleges, Universities, Trade Schools and Military Academies throughout California and the country. 

 

Informative College Night Workshops (English, Spanish, Vietnamese)

 

Preparation: Navigating the College Fair

Planning: College Pathways

Paying: Financial Aid 101

 

Free BBQ starting at 5:30pm  (hotdogs, chips and water)

 

Please see the attached flyer for more information. 

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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 8/31/16




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Work 2 Future (2072 Lucretia Ave., San Jose, CA) is holding a Job Fair on Thursday September 8th from 2pm-4pm. 

 

See the attached flyer for more details.

 

Need help with your resume, interviewing, or applying online? 

 

Come to the ASSETS Employability & Success Skills Wednesdays 2:30-4:30 in E-12

 

**Please note we will be closed this Wednesday 8/31, but will be back available for students the following Wednesday 9/7.

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Posted by: Tara Coburn
Published: 8/30/16




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If you are interested in attending the SVUDL workshop hosted at Silver Creek High School, see Mr. Henderson or Ms. Forteamo for a permission slip.  You must also register via the following Google link.     

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Posted by: Shawna Forteamo
Published: 8/24/16




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MAGIC provides one-on-one mentoring in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) for high school girls. Each girl accepted into the program (a MAGIC mentee) is paired with a woman in STEM (a MAGIC mentor), and they meet weekly for an hour for 3-9 months. The mentee explores her interests in STEM under the guidance of her mentor, and works on one or more STEM projects. She presents her work at the end of the session to an audience consisting of other mentees, mentors, parents and family members, and MAGIC staff.

Please look at the attached video for more information.

 

https://youtu.be/2BeINhaT7D8

 

If you are interested in applying, please click on the application link below:

 

https://goo.gl/forms/bFb37TjAk7deisvF2'

 

The deadline is September 21st

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Posted by: Binh Lieu
Published: 8/23/16




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Club Day is like a buffet.  There will be something you like on the table.  Come out at lunch and see all the clubs and services we have on campus and add them to your plate.  Club Day in the new quad.  Today.  At lunch.

 

Interact Interact Interact! Don't know what club to join? Go on snapchat and swipe right to use a special filter! You'll sure be able to INTERACT with others to decide on what to join!

 

New and experienced debaters - our first after-school meeting is this Wednesday in room U108.  We will be discussing our upcoming workshop and distributing field trip forms.  Get to room U108 as soon as your last class is over. --Forteamo

 

Cyberhigh has started in room C1. See your counselor to enroll in a class you need for graduation or to make up a low grade for college.--Armstrong

 

Want to know how to get your first job, create a resume, apply online, or ace an interview?  Maybe you just want to know more about personal finance, or start your own business.  Come to the Employability and Success Skills ASSETS class this Wednesday in Ms. Coburn's room (E-12) open from 2:30-4:30 and get some help today --Coburn

 

Don't forget today is the day to start practicing Martial Arts after school in the wrestling room with Mr. Van Hook and Ms. Val. We hope to see anyone who wants to participate come. All body types, skills, genders, and abilities welcome. Nothing to fear but fear itself. Let's do this! --Ikemoto

 

Basketball players for all levels show up to ASSETS open gym on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3pm to 5pm this week. –Mendoza

 

Hey recyclers! EAC's first pick up is WED ( 8/26) after 6th period near room U104! Please come out! 

 

Congratulations to the newly elected board of the class of 2020.  President: Thanh Ly, VP: Sarah Phan, Records: Doan Le, Finance: Britney Tran, Senator: Alyssa Lam

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 8/23/16




Audience: Martha Cabrera, Homepage, About Us, Academics, Academy of Hospitality & Tourism, Administration, AFJROTC, Athletics, Counseling, Departments, Fall Sports, Library Research Center, Parent Groups, Parents, Scholarship Resources, Spring Sports, Staff Resources, Winter Sports, All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, Afterschool Professionals, Assistant Principals, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins and Teachers

You are invited to attend the Annual Parent

Empowerment Conference

Saturday, September 24, 2016 from 8:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.

at Overfelt High School 

 

 

WORKSHOPS (English, Spanish, and Vietnamese):

  • College Entrance Requirements
  • Scholarship and Financial Aid
  • Information on Advanced Placement (AP) Courses
  • How to Succeed in High School by Creating a Four Year Roadmap
  • Study Skills and Test-Taking Strategies
  • Internet Safety 
  • Schoolloop Registration and Email Training
  • How to help your child with State Standards
  • Learn about the ABC's of Teen Mental, Social, and Emotional Health 
  • Resource Fair, Raffle and more! 

For details please see the attached flyer or call 408-347-6556.

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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 8/22/16




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Freshmen!  Your election for class board will take place next Tuesday during lunch in front of ASB.  Make your vote count!

 

Want to know how to get your first job, create a resume, apply online, or ace an interview?  Maybe you just want to know more about personal finance, or start your own business.  Come to the Employability and Success Skills ASSETS class this Wednesday in Ms. Coburn's room (E-12) open from 2:30-4:30 and get some help today

 

Interested in Martial Arts? If so, come out next Tuesday after school and start practicing with Mr. Van Hook and Ms. Val. We are training every Tues and Thursday in the wrestling room. 

 

Basketball players for all levels show up to ASSETS open gym on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3pm to 5pm beginningnext week.

 

It's back! The  Rock Climbing wall is open today.  Meet directly in the Small Gym anytime between 2:30-4:30 on Friday. All equipment is provided for you.

 

Cross-country:  Anyone interested in getting in shape and running faster is welcome to join OG cross-country.  No experience necessary.  Everyone improves during the season.  Sign-ups and practice at 330 everyday near the boys locker room.  See Coach P at practice or Mr Bennett in X10 if you have questions.

 

Good morning Chess Eagles! Today at lunch, we will have chess puzzles and prizes in Room S-1.  A short introductory lesson will also be given to those who are new to chess and who would like to learn the basics.

 

CSF:  Students who wish to join the California Scholarship Federation should come by room U 105 at lunch to pick up an application form.

 

There will be a Girls Tennis meeting Monday August 22 during lunch in room U-112. See you Monday. 

 

What is the Ice Cream Scoop Challenge?  Find out from a football player, cheerleader, or band member.  #Whatistheicecreamschoopchallenge?

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 8/19/16




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Want to know how to get your first job, create a resume, apply online, or ace an interview? 

 

Maybe you just want to know more about personal finance, or start your own business. 

 

Come to the Employability and Success Skills ASSETS class this Wednesday in Ms. Coburn's room (E-12) open from 2:30-4:30 and get some help today.

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Posted by: Tara Coburn
Published: 8/18/16




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Reminder: Interclub Council will meet in Q1 at lunch today.  Please send a representative!

 

Find out more about freshman leadership opportunities at lunch today in front of the ASB office. Petitions will be available and current officers will be there to answer questions!

 

Good news Eagles!  The student store, located next to the ASB office, will be open today from 3:30pm – 5pm. 

 

Girls Basketball: We are having a meeting today in K10.  Anyone interested in playing basketball this year please attend. --Davis

 

Attention boys basketball players for all levels, weight training and conditioning from 430pm to 530pm in the weight room.  --Mendoza

   

ASB cards and student parking spots are available at the student bank during break and lunch.  Remember, you need a purchase a parking hanger at the student bank to get your spot!

 

It's back! The  Rock Climbing wall is open this Friday.  Meet directly in the Small Gym anytime between 2:30-4:30 on  Friday. All equipment is provided for you.

 

Cross-country.  Anyone interested in getting in shape and running faster is welcome to join OG cross-country.  No experience necessary.  Everyone improves during the season.  Sign-ups and practice at 330 everyday near the boys locker room.  See Coach P at practice or Mr Bennett in X10 if you have questions.

 

If you like to argue and would like to win trophies, gift cards and even scholarships for doing it well, attend this Thursday's debate meeting in room C-2 at lunch. Experienced and new debaters are welcome. See Mr. Henderson or Ms. Forteamo for more information.

 

Good morning Chess Eagles! This Friday at lunch we will have chess puzzles and prizes  in Room S-1.  A short introductory lesson will also be given to those who are new to chess and who would like to learn the basics.

 

CSF:  Students who wish to join the California Scholarship Federation should come by room U 105 at lunch to pick up an application form.

 

Tomorrow is Wacky Tacky Wednesday!  Come out to the hill at lunch to see who is this tackiest!  The winner will receive blue and gold Friday gear!

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 8/15/16




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Attention Students, Parents and Staff!

 

San José’s new teen hotspot, TeenHQ, invites you to their grand opening event on Saturday, August 20 at 11 a.m.

TeenHQ is San José’s new teen center headquarters and will be open 7-days a week at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library in downtown.

Students have FREE access to their Makerspace equipped with the latest technology including a 3D printer and laser cutter.

There’s also a Recording Studio where teens can record and create music, a Gamer Lounge, and a Hangout Zone where students can study while relaxing on unique comfortable seating.

 

For more details about TeenHQ and all of its FREE services, visit:https://www.sjpl.org/teenhq

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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 8/11/16




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Panda Fundraiser: Monday August 15 from 10am to 11pm @ the Snell & Branham location.  Bring the flyer that’s at OGBB.org or say “I’m with the band fundraiser”.

 

Freshmen Only! Link Crew has FREE ICE CREAM for you on Friday! Bring your ID and come to the fishbowl during lunch to check in with your leader & eat some ice cream. --Peth

 

The Freshman Class is looking for a few good men and women to lead them to 2020.  If you want to get involved, contact Mr. Chung in the ASB office for a freshman petition to run for office.

 

CSF:  Students who wish to join the California Scholarship Federation should come by room U 105 at lunch to pick up an application form. --Kick

 

Clubs:  All clubs must file new paperwork to operate for the 2016-17 school year.  Constitutions are available in the ASB office and Q1.  There will be an interclub council meeting next Tuesday at lunch in room Q1.  Please send a representative from your club.

 

To all students interested in joining the Chess Club and forming the Chess Team: We have our first informational meeting this Friday at lunch in Room S-1. All levels from beginners to competitors are welcome. --Claudio

 

Reminder for all students:  Schedule changes must be made online.  Counselors will not be available this week for schedule changes.

 

ASB cards and student parking spots are available at the student bank during break and lunch.  Get your ASB cards early and enjoy the benefits all year long!

 

Spirit Days are coming!  Let’s kick off the year with Maui Monday, Jersey Tuesday, Wacky Tacky Wednesday, Fandom Thursday, and Blue and Gold Friday!  That’s next week, so start digging through your closet.

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 8/10/16




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Students who were unable to pick up their schedules and school ID cards can do so on Monday (8/8/16) from 11am to 1pm in the wrestling room.

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Posted by: Martha Brazil
Published: 8/5/16




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Schedule Distribution Day is on Tuesday, August 2.  The schedule is as follows:

 

Seniors: 8:00-9:00
Juniors: 9:30-10:30
Sophomores: 11:00-12:00
Freshmen: 12:30-1:30

 

Students should first report to the main gym where they will pick up their schedules and ID cards.  Then they can proceed to the bank to pay fines or the book room to pick up texts.

 

(Note: Freshmen will not receive their schedules until Freshman Orientation on the August 4th).  

 

It is also school picture day.  Those interested in ordering school photos can view the attachment for a price guide.

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 7/28/16




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On the heels of the Oak Grove graduation ceremony, it is easy to look back on the year and remember all of the incredible things that our students have accomplished. The Class of 2016 made us proud - from their university acceptances to their constant display of citizenship in the community and around campus. We wish them all the best as they transition into the next phase of their lives.  We also look forward to continuing our work with returning students as they prepare to make the 2016-17 school year their best yet.

 

We would like to thank our parents; without your help and support this year would not have been as successful as it was. Your partnership with Oak Grove makes this an incredible place for your child to learn and grow.  In addition, your involvement enhances your child’s high school experiences and helps create memories that will last a lifetime.  Our entire staff wishes to  express their heartfelt appreciation to our Parent Community Organization for organizing an incredible Staff Appreciation Breakfast on Friday, May 6th.  Special thanks to Sean Shannon, Carmen Matson, Maddy Kavanagh, and Lydia Briones.

 

Please click here to review the Community Newsletter to read about many of Oak Grove's exciting events, athletic and academic accomplishments, and summer opportunities.

 

We wish you all a safe and relaxing summer and we look forward to seeing you in August! 

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Posted by: Martha Brazil
Published: 5/27/16


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Questions or complaints of alleged discrimination, harassment, intimidation and bullying or title IX equity and compliance concerns should be directed to the Office of the Associate Superintendent of Instructional Services at (408) 347- 5061 or 830 N. Capitol Ave, San Jose, Ca 95133.

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