By Sonia Meehl Oakes Public School invites submission of nomination petitions to be considered for induction to our Hall of Fame. Many worthy individuals have provided outstanding service or brought honor to Oakes Public Schools. Hall of Fame inductees must have made significant contributions to Oakes Public Schools and mustContinue reading… OPS Invites Hall of Fame Nominations
Pee Wee (PreK – 2 grade) wrestling will be starting on Tuesday, February 27th. Practices will be held in the HS Mezzanine. Practices will run from 5:30 – 6:10 on Tuesday nights. Click HERE for further information on PreK-2nd grade wrestling – Please print, complete, and return this form on Tuesday,Continue reading… Pee Wee Wrestling Information
“Beauty Begins the Moment You Decide to Believe in Yourself” This is the statement the K-6 students were presented with when Ms. Emily Paulson spoke to them Tuesday, February 20, 2018. Emily has a craniofacial disorder called Treacher Collins Syndrome. She spoke of always being kind no matter what theyContinue reading… Guest Speaker Paulson Shares Message of Beauty With OES Students
UPDATE: Are you interested in being a part of a Parent Teacher Association here in Oakes? If so, please contact Mr. Steinhoff prior to March 1, 2018. INITIAL POST 1/31/18: Please see the below letter from Mr. Steinhoff regarding interest in creating a Parent Teacher Association here in Oakes.
Slowing down is one of the hardest concepts for me to embrace. I’ve always strived for constant growth. One of my favorite sayings from my high school days is from a poster that was hanging in the weight room which said, “Bigger, Faster, Stronger”. The Oakes Public Schools has enduredContinue reading… It is Okay to Slow Down – February 2018
Hello parents, With the ACT (with writing) test is just over 1 month away, I figured I would reach out to make sure parents were aware. The ACT will be given to all OHS Juniors on Tuesday, March 20th. All juniors are required to be in attendance at the OHS SouthContinue reading… ACT Prep Information From Mrs. Wibstad
Cold and flu season is upon us! Please monitor your students closely and follow the below guidelines when it comes to either staying home or coming back to school. Together we can work to prevent the spreading of germs.