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The Importance of Parent/Teacher Collaboration

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Parents and teachers share the same goals for children and students; they want each individual to do their best. This will happen when parents and teachers work together. This can happen in a number of ways.

  •         Keeping lines of communication open between parents and teachers.
  •         Parents help by setting aside time for schoolwork at home.
  •         Teachers can send newsletters, create blogs, make phone calls and send report cards.
  •         Parents can attend parent/teacher conferences  to make sure that parents, teachers and students are all on the same page.
  •         Parents can volunteer in the classroom or building.
  •         Parents can help the teacher by letting them know about things happening at home.
  •         Teachers and parents can work as a team to provide the best for students.

Digital Citizenship

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Oregon-Davis 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.

Back to School Information

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School Class Time Hours

Oregon-Davis Elementary
7:20am-2:34pm Monday-Thursday

Elementary Friday Dismissal
7:20am-1:50pm Friday

Oregon-Davis Jr./Sr. High
7:20am-2:34pm Monday-Thursday

Jr./Sr. High Friday Dismissal
7:20am-2:05pm Friday

(If a two-hour delay is called on a Friday, the early dismissal is cancelled and the regular school closing times will be followed)

Meal Prices

Breakfast
Free

Lunch K-5
$2.25

Lunch 6-8
$2.35

Lunch 9-12
$2.45

Textbook/Classroom Fees

Kindergarten
$80.00

First Grade
$100.00

Second Grade
$100.00

Third Grade
$100.00

Fourth Grade
$100.00

Fifth Grade
$100.00

Sixth Grade
$100.00

Seventh-Eighth
$145.00

Ninth Grade
$170.00

Tenth Grade
$190.00

Eleventh Grade
$140.00

Twelfth Grade
$140.00

*Textbook fees listed above may vary due to student choices of specialized elective courses, especially at the high school level.

All fees can be paid at registration by cash, check or credit card.

Avoid Brain Drain This Summer—Read!

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We encourage our students to read this summer. Read for fun! Read for information! Read to learn! Information was sent home with students regarding Achieve3000 and their summer 40 Activity Challenge! Read more about the program here:

http://doc.achieve3000.com/marketing/summer/Summer40Contest2015_StudentFlyer.pdf

Also, the Starke County Public Library is hosting several events this summer reading program themed around Every Hero has a Story. Visit the library site here: http://www.starkecountylibrary.org

Meal Prices & Textbook Fees

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Meal Prices

  • Breakfast         Free
  • Lunch K-5       $2.25
  • Lunch 6-8        $2.35
  • Lunch 9-12      $2.45

Textbook/Classroom Fees

  • Kindergarten                $80.00
  • First Grade                   $100.00
  • Second Grade              $100.00
  • Third Grade                 $100.00
  • Fourth Grade               $100.00
  • Fifth Grade                  $100.00
  • Sixth Grade                  $100.00
  • Seventh-Eighth            $145.00
  • Ninth Grade                 $170.00
  • Tenth Grade                 $190.00
  • Eleventh Grade            $140.00
  • Twelfth Grade               $140.00

*Textbook fees listed above may vary due to student choices of specialized elective courses, especially at the high school level.

All fees can be paid at registration by cash, check or credit card.

Registration

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Registration can be completed online or at your student’s school on either July 18 from 11:00am -7:00pm or July 21 from 8:00am -4:00pm.  More information will be available on the banner of the school website.  Parents who previously registered their students online for the 2015-16 school year already have a username and password (forgot username and password functions are available).  To create a new username and password you will need information from the bottom of your student’s report card.

Little League’s Annual Award Banquet

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The Hamlet/Oregon-Davis Little League wrapped up another successful season by holding their annual awards banquet at the Oregon-Davis High School Cafeteria on June 26th.  Thanks to all who volunteered and donated to make this program possible

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Alumni Dinner

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2016 Alumni Dinner

A special thanks to all the people who helped with the Alumni Dinner this year! It was another great year catching up with friends. If you weren’t able to make it we hope to see you there next year!

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