Due to road conditions, Oregon-Davis School Corporation will be on a two (2) hour delay for tomorrow Thursday, February 22nd.

Starke County Economic Development Foundation’s Manufacturers Day

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On October 12, many students from Oregon-Davis had the opportunity to attend the Starke County Economic Development Foundation’s Manufacturers Day. It was a day well spent. Many people from various industries spoke to our students; they sure noticed some recurring themes:

Get that DIPLOMA!

Attendance is important–be there and on time!

Have a positive work ethic–work hard and many of these companies will reward you well!

Have good communication skills!

There are a wide array of jobs in each industry/company–your skills are needed!

Many jobs are ready, willing, and able to offer you more training/education if you exhibit the desire to work hard and do a good job!

September Students of the Month

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Congratulations to our September Students of the Month! Teachers recognize these students for their efforts in the classroom and around the school. Great job everyone!

We are BOBCATS: Bringing Our Best Character, Attitude, Teamwork, and Scholarship!

Teacher – Student

Mrs. Ash – Colin Cooke

Mr. Ash – Branson Patrick/Summer Erhart

Miss Bajgrowicz – Hanna Reed

Mrs. Bope – Tyler Ailes

Mrs. Budka – Isabella Gregory

Mr. Carlin – Tristan Minzey

Mrs. Clark – Mercedes Rhodes

Mr. Dance -Matt Schmidt

Mr. Eskridge- Kerstyn Craft

Mr. Henigsmith- Kameron Orr

Mrs. Hinton- Kynsey Lyles

Mr. Hogan- Lauryn Edwards

Miss Lester- Gavin Amos

Mr. Marsh- Cameron Taylor/Kylee Bradley

Mrs. Miller- Amber Reed

Mrs. Newbauer- Merek Schiller

Mr. Phillips- Ainsleigh Podell

Mr. Pinkham- Riley Ash

Miss Vogel- Jenna MacMillan

Mr. Wolff -Haley Walters

Community Service Day is Nov. 13

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Due to unseasonal fall weather that we have been experiencing, the Oregon-Davis Community Service Day has been postponed from Thursday, October 27th to Monday, November 13th.  A rain date has been scheduled for Tuesday, November 14th.  We believe that a later date will better serve our community once our leaves begin to fall.  On Monday, November 13th, various students will utilize this day to give back to our community as the day will focus on raking and removing leaves for our community members that live in our school district.  If you or if you know someone who lives in our school corporation who would like their leaves raked and removed, please call our central office at 867-2111 and provide the name and address.

E-Learning Oct. 19th

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The Oregon-Davis School Corporation will have a scheduled eLearning day on Thursday, October 19, 2017. Lessons and expectations for the eLearning day will be provided to the students before the end of the day on Wednesday, October 18, 2017. Oregon-Davis School Corporation will not be in session on Friday, October 20, 2017 and October 23, 2017.


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Digital Citizenship

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OD is privileged to have access to technology in and around the classroom. With this privilege, comes a responsibility to use this technology in the way that it was intended. We call this being a good “Digital Citizen.” We expect staff, students and parents to uphold their role in creating good digital citizens.

As a parent or adult, you will need to set ground rules on technology use. In addition to this, monitoring media use and discussing appropriate sites to visit will help. It is also recommended that you know your children’s passwords and codes for their devices. Regularly checking their social online behaviors will help as well.

It is important for students to be aware of acceptable online practice. Students should avoid sharing or posting inappropriate images, sharing passwords, posting personal information and communicating with unknown numbers or individuals. Students can also be aware of suspicious behavior such as being asked for pictures, being asked to use a webcam and being asked if they are alone. Students are also expected to refrain from cyber bullying, spreading rumors or gossip, posting pictures of others without their permission, pretending to be someone they are not and threatening or harassing others. If students are aware of cyber bullying, they are asked to inform an adult immediately.

Students must be aware that once a picture, comment or file is placed on a public internet site, it’s out there forever and it cannot be taken back or deleted. It is more important now than ever that parents know what their children are doing online. Take the time to talk to your children about this important subject. For more information, please visit www.commonsensemedia.org.