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The Oregon-Davis School Corporation is proud to recognize Kindergarten teachers Tish Cooper and Amy Borkholder for their recent presentation regarding “paperless math” at the ASCD Pre-K and Kindergarten conference held in Chicago.


Congratulations to Ms. Lester and several of her band students on their strong performance at the ISSMA Solo and Ensemble Competition at Kankakee Valley Middle School. The group brought home three gold medals and three silver medals. Great job Alana Wilson, Austin Hite, Danielle Pinkham, Haley Egger, and Kennedy Ash!

Preschool Sign Ups

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Oregon Davis Elementary will be accepting signups for preschool for 2016-2017 through the rest of the school year. Please stop by the elementary office to fill out a brief information sheet and bring your child’s birth certificate and immunization records. A child is eligible to attend preschool if he or she is 4 or 5 years old and will be entering kindergarten during the 2017-2018 or 2018-2019 school year.

Project Attend

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The Oregon-Davis School Corporation is now participating in Starke County Project Attend. The implementation of Project Attend is expected to decrease student truancy, working with the county’s Child Protective Services, court system and probation department. Parents are reminded to send a note with their child upon return to school to be considered an excused absence.

Final Blood Drive

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Our fourth and final blood drive of the year will be Monday, May 9, from 11:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. in the Elementary School gym. Not only does giving blood save lives, but it helps fund a scholarship awarded to a worthy senior. The more blood we collect, the greater the scholarship. To date, we have collected 87 pints of blood, good for a $500 scholarship. By collecting 14 more pints, we can increase the scholarship to $750! With 64 more we can bump the scholarship to $1.000.