Reminder: Spring Break is March 27 - 31
There will be no classes on Monday (3/27) through Friday (3/31) due to Spring Break. You can find the full school year calendar at OregonSD.org/calendar. Have a great break!
OSD Launches New Podcast: Inside the OSD with Dr. Leslie Bergstrom
We now have another way to share information with you! We know you're busy and that listening to podcasts is a growing trend. Our purpose is to educate and inform listeners about what's going on in our schools and have fun doing it! Check out OregonSD.org/podcast for details!
Inclement Weather Reminder
As we approach the winter weather season, there is an increased possibility for school cancelations and/or delays due to weather conditions. We will communicate school closures via the Campus Portal email system, the OSD website, social media, and news outlets. Visit OregonSD.org/weather for details on inclement weather practices and for instructions on updating your message alert preferences.
School Safety & Speak Up Speak Out Tip Line
The Department of Justice Office of School Safety in Wisconsin has created a SPEAK UP, SPEAK OUT (SUSO), a 24/7 confidential resource center for reporting school safety concerns. Visit OregonSD.org/safety for more information on school safety.
The Appreciation Station is now open! Write a note of appreciation for an OSD educator to let them know you care! Details here...
All Oregon School District K-6 schools have been recognized as Common Sense Schools, an honor that recognizes our efforts in teaching digital citizenship to young people and engaging the entire school community in this important discussion.
The Oregon School District (OSD) has been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from The NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education. This is the fourth year that OSD has received this recognition.
The Oregon School District was recently named a 2021 Climate Champion! The award was presented during a celebration on Saturday, December 4 at Forest Edge Elementary School.
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