Newsletter Week of April 9, 2021


  • April 12 - West Parent Advisory Meeting (virtual) 
  • April 12-13 - ACT Aspire for Grades 9-10 (Juniors and Seniors have Digital Learning Days)
  • April 14 - Early Release at 1:33

*** Final Exam Schedule Semester 2 (20-21) ***


Get ready for the 2021-22 school year!

The Oshkosh Area School District’s Annual Student Update (Enrollment) for returning K-12 students and for new 4K students will take place April 1 - September 1, 2021. Students must be enrolled by September 1. However, the sooner you complete this process, the better!

This annual enrollment process is required and secures a student’s place at school for the next school year. The process is done through the Infinite Campus (IC) Parent Portal and includes updating demographic and contact information. NOTE: Fees and payments for the 2021-2022 school year cannot be paid until mid-August, additional information will be provided at that time.

  • Instructions: CLICK HERE for step-by-Step Instructions 

    • NOTE: This process should be completed on a desktop computer, laptop, or tablet. It is not recommended to use a cell phone.

  • Link: CLICK HERE to log in to your Infinite Campus (IC) Parent Portal and click on the “Online Registration” link (located on the bottom left side of the home screen)

    • NOTE: This link will be active/available as of 8 a.m. on April 1, 2021.

    • HELP: If you do not have an Infinite Campus Parent Portal Account OR need your password reset complete the following form: 

  • Contact: If you have any questions or need assistance during the online annual enrollment process you can contact your child’s school office OR the OASD Administration Office at 920.424.0395.

  • In-person Support: If you need in-person assistance / access to a device or internet, a Central Registration Day will be held at Oshkosh North High School on August 10, 2021. More information will be provided in the coming months. 

Additional information regarding the 2021-2022 school year, including important dates, will be provided to families by their child(ren)’s school. 

Thank you for choosing the Oshkosh Area School District for your student’s educational experience. We look forward to continuing to work with your family to meet your student’s individual needs and provide them with the best education possible.



On April 16th, the Oshkosh West Student Council is holding a blood drive  from 8:30- 1:30 near the new gym. You will need to sign up in Student Services or with a student council member. 

You can donate if:

  • you are 16 or older (16 yr. old need a permission slip- bring paper copy day of blood drive.)

  • weigh at least 110 pounds

You can also donate if you:

  • had Covid-19

  • have a tattoo

Please sign up during your study hall or open hour. If you don't have a study hall ask a teacher for permission before missing class. On the day of the blood drive make sure you have eaten a good breakfast and have drank plenty of water. There will be snacks provided! For more information visit the Community Blood Center's website at: 




You are invited to join in on a Virtual Post-Secondary Info Night! A representative from the Wisconsin Technical College System, UW-System (2-4 year colleges), Private College System, Military and Apprenticeships will present on their respective area, admissions & getting started, help answer general questions and more! All high school students and their families are welcome to attend! Register for one or both sessions below!  

(*Please note students do NOT need to be applied to FVTC to attend; pre-registration is required*) 

  • Tuesday April 13, 2021 @ 6:00 PM
  1. Virtual via Microsoft TEAMS 
  2. Registration:
  • Thursday, May 13, 2021 @ 6:00 PM
  1. Virtual via Microsoft TEAMS
  2. Registration: 




Please click here for important information regarding a change in the process for calculating honors for the purposes of the Oshkosh Area School District (OASD) high school graduation ceremony.

  •  Financial Aid Resources (Seniors)

    • Seniors are encouraged to check out the OWHS Scholarship Listing: Scholarships

    • College Goal Wisconsin is a FREE event to get assistance completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Please visit: for more information about these events. 

  • Virtual College Visits (Seniors and Juniors): Because of COVID-19 safety protocols, representatives from colleges and technical colleges will not be visiting the building to meet with students. In order to still obtain important information and continue exploring college options, please visit the following listing for how to virtually visit colleges or virtually meet with college representatives: Virtual College Visits

  • How to check grades in Canvas and Infinite Campus (All Grades): This link explains how to check grades in both Infinite Campus and Canvas: Access to Grades in IC and Canvas  

Job postings


Are you looking for a job?  Please check out this link!  Job Postings


Please read the following:  OASD 11.10.20 Update - Support Series and Rise Up Resources

Our commitment to doing everything possible to support students will continue no matter the distance. Families are encouraged to learn more about the support services and mental health resources available and to reach out with any questions or concerns.




In an effort to track return to school dates for students, we would like you to continue to notify your student's school when they have symptoms or have been a close contact or a household contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID. Please either call the Health Office at 920-424-4090 option 4, the Attendance Office at 920-424-4090 ext. 3003, or email one of the following: 




We will have some of our fall sports seasons overlapping with our traditional spring season in the near future.  We spent a lot of time working on the details concerning how we can allow students to do both sports during the overlapping seasons.  The link below will take you to a document created by a committee of head coaches with input from our athletic trainers.  This document is meant to provide guidance for students, parents and coaches during the overlapping seasons.  If you are a student that will be involved in two seasons at the same time this spring, please be sure to talk with your coaches now to come up with a plan.  If you have any questions please contact Mr. Jodarski at or 920-424-0143.  

Alternative Spring / Spring Sport Q&A document



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