Newsletter Week of February 11, 2022
- February 9 - Early Release
- February 17-21 - No School
- March 8-9 - ACT for Juniors (details coming soon)
- March 14 - Virtual Parent/Teacher Conferences (4-6 PM)
- March 21-25 - Spring Break
Please click here for OASD Out-of-Attendance Area & Open Enrollment Application Deadlines.
Parents/Guardians are asked to complete the Survey Link regarding Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs in the Oshkosh Area School District (OASD). CTE is a broad term for education that combines academic and technical skills with the knowledge and training needed to succeed in today's labor market. The OASD currently offers CTE courses through the following departments: Agriculture, Business, Family and Consumer Science, Math, Science, and Technology and Engineering, Survey results are confidential and will be compiled by the College & Career Readiness Center at CESA6. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or concerns.
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Wisconsin students are lagging behind in FAFSA applications. It's time to up our game and make sure we are helping them with this very important college access activity. Here are some fun FAFSA TikToks you can use when getting the word out!
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