The Oregon-Davis School Corporation is looking to improve its communication with alumni and other stakeholders. Superintendent Don Harman says the corporation plans to launch a weekly email newsletter called the “Bobcat Blast.”
The Oregon-Davis School Corporation is cutting two-and-a-half teaching positions. The school board approved the reduction in force notices last week, according to Superintendent Don Harman.
About 20 Oregon-Davis High School students will be getting some agricultural experience this summer, as part of the school’s Supervised Agricultural Experience program.
The Oregon-Davis School Corporation hopes to improve the health of its students and reduce the number of sick days. Continue reading
Oregon-Davis students will be paying more for lunch next school year. Continue reading
A new club at Oregon-Davis Junior/Senior High School will mean more community service opportunities for students. Superintendent Don Harman says the school board this week approved the addition of a Leo Club. Continue reading
The Oregon-Davis School Corporation is changing the way it handles student suspensions. Continue reading
The Oregon-Davis School Board got an update Monday on the corporation’s plans for summer school. Continue reading
The Oregon-Davis School Corporation is getting a new school bus. Superintendent Don Harman says the school board approved the purchase of a 2018 Bluebird 72-passenger bus Monday. Continue reading
A local school corporation will soon be looking for a new superintendent. Continue reading
The Oregon-Davis School Corporation is looking to sell some unneeded equipment. On Monday, the school board gave permission to sell a warmer from the cafeteria. Continue reading
The Oregon-Davis School Corporation has gotten a $2,500 donation, thanks to the Monsanto Fund and a local farmer. Superintendent Don Harman says the corporation was awarded the money as part of Monsanto’s America’s Farmers Grow Communities program. Continue reading
The Oregon-Davis School Corporation is planning some energy efficiency upgrades in the coming years. Continue reading
The Oregon-Davis School Board is weighing school calendar options for the 2017-18 academic year. Superintendent Dr. Don Harman has suggested they consider starting classes a week later to accommodate 4-H participants. He’s also proposed a shorter fall break, as that’s when sophomores take the PSAT. Spring break would also be reduced from two weeks to one under the proposal because of ISTEP and other high-stakes assessments. Continue reading
Classes will take place as usual Wednesday at Oregon-Davis Schools, after a bomb threat Tuesday. In a press release, Superintendent Don Harman says the corporation is working with local law enforcement agencies to deal with those responsible, noting they’re taking the event very seriously. Continue reading
The Oregon-Davis School Corporation plans to offer after-school remediation prior to the administration of the Spring 2017 ISTEP exams. Continue reading