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Welcome to the New Oregon-Davis School Corporation Website!

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Welcome to our new website! We are excited to showcase our school corporation in a user-friendly way. Information and events happening across the corporation, as well as student pictures will be updated regularly. Any breaking news or school closings/delays will scroll across the top of the homepage on the news ticker. A color coded weather widget is also on the homepage for a clear visual of closings and delays.

Be sure to check out the link to the corporation newsletter. This will highlight exciting events and news going on in our schools. We also have a way to report bullying right on our site as well as a simple way for new students to register online.

We hope you take advantage of what our new website has to offer. Please feel free to visit us anytime!

Hannah Clark Selected for Leadership Program

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Hannah Clark is the only student from Starke County to be chosen for the South Shore Leadership Youth for Community Engagement (SLYCE) program sponsored by the South Shore Leadership Center. From a field of 70 applicants who interviewed, she was chosen to participate in this program that allows students to learn about team building, community involvement, and service leadership. Hannah, a junior, is an active member of the school community and very deserving of her selection.
Hannah hopes to best represent Oregon-Davis by showing that small schools do have a part in leadership roles as well as the larger schools. Some takeaways Hannah would like to receive from this program are how to practice leadership etiquette, build relationships with others, and learn how to use effective strategies. All of the administration and students of Oregon-Davis Jr-Sr High School are excited to see what Hannah can achieve throughout her year with the SLYCE team.

3-D Printer Technology Upgrades

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As we continue to implement Project Lead the Way (PLTW), a science and technology curriculum, we continue to look for ways to enhance our facilities and technology. We are proud to announce that we have recently added FESTO electronic equipment and a 3D printer to further outfit our modular lab with the latest technology applications. This equipment allows our students more opportunities to gain hands on experience with technology that they will encounter in the real world.

High School Athletic Success

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Our defending state champion Lady Cat basketball team is rolling again! After a regular season that had a few bumps, the team put together another solid season, finishing the regular season at 14-7. Coach Terry Minix and his young squad are making another deep run in the state tournament, beating South Central for OD’s 11th Sectional title and then defeating Kouts for a 3rd Regional title. Good luck to the Lady Cats as they play Lafayette Central Catholic in pursuit of a 3rd Semi-State title, and hopefully a 3rd State title.