Newsletter Week of March 17




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The OASD Fishing Club had their season opener this week, where club members between schools can compete for free fishing gear and hundreds of dollars worth of prizes over the next several months. Thank you to the Wisconsin Interscholastic Fishing Association and all who bought raffle tickets to help support our team. Every student in the OASD Fishing Club received a 60'' Rapala Folding Ruler (Tournament Grade) and a Rapala 50lb fish scale from the money we raised throughout the fundraiser. Special thanks to Rapala for providing high school fishing teams with a discount to help the students get what they need, and very special thanks to Robert Sandberg at Windrider for donating a shirt to EVERY STUDENT in our club. Thank you all for supporting our club and their journey this past year, make sure to check in to see some of the fish out students reel in this spring fishing season. 

If you wish to help support the OASD Fishing Club, we are still looking for more donations of used rods, reels,tackle, ice fishing equipment and anything that can help provide fishing opportunities to as many students as possible.Thank you everyone for your support.

-Max Garvey




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May 1 - AP Government and Politics, 58 students, 11/12th grade

May 3 - AP English Literature and Composition, 14 students, 12th grade

May 4 - AP Statistics, 17 students, 11/12th grade

May 5 - AP US History, 79 students, 10/11th grade

May 5 - AP European History, 46 students, 10th grade

May 9 - AP English Language and Composition, 13 students, 12th grade

May 11 - AP World History, 15 students, 9th grade

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Come take a look at our Counseling Website!  You can find  important information including graduation requirements, counseling office staff contact info, scheduling info and more!!

Phoebe Polster - Grade 9
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Are you a current junior or senior that is interested in a career in law enforcement or related career?  The Wisconsin American Legion Law Enforcement Career Academy (WALLECA) is the perfect experience for you! This program of The Wisconsin American Legion is a 6 day academy held at the Wisconsin State Patrol academy at Ft. McCoy. The academy is scheduled for July 24 – 28, 2023. Cadets attend at no cost, as we are supported by valued sponsors. The cadets are housed at the dorms at the State Patrol Academy.

The academy consists of 26 female and 26 male cadets. The cadets are chosen from their applications that they submit. The link to the application is attached below. The application requires signatures from a parent, a school counselor and a law enforcement professional. We want students who are in good standing at their school and in their community as they are the future law enforcement professionals. The students who are chosen to attend will be notified in April.

The curriculum consists of fire arms training, physical training, ethics, crime scene investigation, arrest tactics, OWI enforcement, Department of Natural Resources, Human trafficking, and many more classes.

Many of our graduates are already working in law enforcement professions. They credit this academy with their success.

The application for the Wisconsin American Legion is due March 31, 2023. The completed application can be saved, then completed, printed for the required signatures,  then mailed to:

Wisconsin American Legion Law Enforcement Career Academy
P.O. Box 388
Portage, WI  53901

Or scanned and emailed to:  - Link to application. The application is in the toolbox on the right side of the page.

Camp American Legion



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Did you know our Counseling Office lists job opportunities!?  Check this link out, we're adding more all the time!

We have multiple openings for food service jobs!  Make some extra money for the Holidays while your kids are at school.  Both full and part time positions available.





If you receive a call that your student was marked absent for one or more period and you think it was a mistake, have your student go to Student Services and they can get a slip to clear it up.  If you forgot to call, you still can.  Call or email the attendance office to clear it up!  Email or

Did you know we have a Facebook page and post daily announcements and other information and updates?  Check us out, like our page and see what's going on daily!!


Have you ever wondered how you can help your high school student in math?  Here's a link to our CPM website with lots of great information for parents.  You can work with them on how to ask questions or give advice for working in teams.  There are also parent tips of the week located at the bottom.




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