Mission Statement

The mission of the Oregon City School Board of Education is to maintain a safe and secure learning environment that provides all students with the opportunity to obtain the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to be successful in the 21st century.


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Standards Based Grading Information

Please click the link HERE for information regarding standards based grading, which is being implemented currently in Kindergarten,1st grade, and 2nd grade. To further understand your Kindergarten, 1st, or 2nd grade student's new report card, see the corresponding rubric below. The rubric defines the criteria for each score on every standard reported. Kindergarten Standards Based Grading Rubric - Quarter 1 1st Grade Standards Based Grading Rubric - Quarter 1 2nd Grade Standards Based Grading… Read More

Free And Reduced Lunch Information

Our online Free and Reduced application process is now up and running. Click the photo to the left to view the active links. Please use the following link to fill out your on-line Free and Reduced Application: Compatable browsers are Google Chrome or Firefox. Step-by-step e-filing instructions are included here: E-filing instructions. If you prefer to fill out the application by paper, step-by-step instructions are included here: 2015-2016 Instructions. Direct… Read More
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State of Ohio Testing Retakes

Any CHS freshmen or sophomore wishing to improve their score on a State of Ohio test in January, must submit the retake form by Friday, December 4. Read More
Student Art Award

Fassett Art News

Photo Contest Award Winners! Congratulations to Trinity Watson, Danielle Hentges and Dakota Crick for being chosen by University of Toledo, Lake Erie Center's 6th annual photo contest. Each young lady received a monetary prize along with recognition during an awards ceremony at the Lake Erie Center in Oregon. Read More

8th Grade Washington D.C. Deposit Information

2016 Fassett 8th Grade Washington D.C. Trip Parents, If you have already made your down payment for your student and yourself (if chaperoning), then you have a spot(s) reserved for the trip. This reminder is a "last call" for students and chaperones to make down payments and reserve a spot for the DC trip on May 17-20. The due date for the $100 per person deposit has been extended to Monday, November 30. After this date, Scholastica is locking in the number of students and chaperones from down… Read More
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8th Grade Students of the Month (October 2015)

8th Grade Students of the Month (October 2015) Congratulations to the following students for being selected as students of the month! Evan Cote comes to class prepared and ready to learn. He has a positive attitude and does his best work each day. He has really stepped it up this year and has made huge improvements in Language Arts! Keep up the hard work! -Mrs. Schak Brandon DeWitt has really brought “A game” this year in our Honors Math Class. He consistently uses his time wisely, asks… Read More
Volley for cure

Fassett's Volley for a Cure Event October 22nd

Fassett is hosting a Staff vs. 8th grade Volleyball players “Volley for a Cure” event on October 22nd at 7pm, in order to raise money for breast cancer research. All proceeds from admission and concession sales will be donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. We will also be selling “pink” shirts and bandanas designed by our Student Council. Order forms are available at Fassett. Come support a great cause, while enjoying some fun, competitive volleyball! Read More
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Fassett's Homework Board

The teachers at Fassett have created a place for you to view your student(s) daily Homework Assignments and upcoming Quizzes/Tests. All you need to do is go to www.oregoncityschools.org, click on the "parents" tab on the right, scroll down to "Fassett Junior High", and then click on "7th Grade Homework Board" or "8th Grade Homework Board". This is a quick and easy way for you and/or your student(s) to make sure they are prepared for class each day. Read More

ACT Prep Course at Clay

Clay High School will be offering an ACT prep course. In conjunction with Owens Community College, Clay will be hosting a class on Monday evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 taught by experienced ACT prep instructors. The dates for the class will be 11/16 11/23, 11/30, and 12/7. This course is specifically intended to best prepare students for the December 12 ACT test. Registration information can be found in the main office or the counselor suite. The course will cost $99. Registration and full payment… Read More
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2015-16 FJHS Student Council Members

Student Council Announces Its’ 2015-2016 Newly Elected Members Student Council provides an opportunity to develop leaders. We are proud to announce this year’s Student Council Members as elected by their peers after giving a speech to their respective class. There is a lot of enthusiasm in this group and we are excited to see them continue to develop as leaders in the classroom, in demonstration of character and promoting school spirit, in service to their classmates, school and community. We… Read More

Volunteer Focus Fundraiser

Purchase party supplies and costumes while helping raise funds! Read More
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FJHS Green/Gold Dance

Over 270 students attended our Green and Gold Dance on Friday September 11th and over 30 students won prizes during our raffle. We would like to thank everyone who contributed a 2-liter bottle of pop for our concession stand, as well as, anyone who helped during the dance. Furthermore, I would like to recognize the following businesses and individuals who have donated to Fassett Junior High this year. They are as follows: Kesling Family, Joe Kiss, Meijer, Wendy’s, Family Video, Game Stop,… Read More
continent salt map project

7th Grade Social Studies Project

Students in seventh grade have been working on a culminating Geography project. Students have had to research information on a continent, both landforms and economic descriptors. This week students have sculpted their continents into salt dough relief maps as well as painted them. For the remainder of the week they will be working on Keynote presentations on facts about their continent. Read More