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State Fair Excused Absences

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SEA 114 allows the governing body of a school corporation or the chief administrative officer of a nonpublic school to authorize and excuse the absence of a student or a member of the student’s household who exhibits or participates in the Indiana State Fair for educational purposes.  Please notify the Principal or Office Personnel in which your student attends. 

Oregon-Davis Jr/Sr High Welcomes New Staff

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We are pleased to introduce a few new members of the Bobcat staff. Joining the staff for the 2015-16 school year are Elisabeth Caudill (English), Amanda Lester (Music/Band), Hannah Shipley (Special Education), and Jacob Hogan (Science). They are eager to get into classrooms and work with students, and we are very pleased with the energy and expertise they all will bring to OD Jr/Sr High.

Welcome Back

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Oregon-Davis School Corporation looks forward to welcoming students back on Tuesday, Aug. 4. Please remember to keep an eye on the schedule this year to keep up with our new balanced calendar.

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to save the world.”  -Nelson Mandela

Three Keys to Success

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Oregon-Davis Jr/Sr High faculty and staff regularly emphasize three keys to succeeding throughout school: attendance, work ethic and extra participation. Students who show up on time, work hard and get involved will certainly get the most out of their middle school and high school years. This is not to say that they will not face challenges. School should be challenging to adequately prepare students for life after graduation. Students who work on these three keys, however, will find the strength within and the resources around them necessary to achieve in the face of obstacles. These keys not only help students to find academic success but lifelong fulfillment as well. Let’s get the 2015-16 school year started off on the right foot!