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.



Coy Running Club

The Coy Running Club for third and fourth graders began after spring break. Mr. Conley, Coy's P.E. instructor, began the club for students who like to "go the distance." Students run twice a week at Pearson Park. They are preparing for the upcoming Oregon Fest 5k. Good luck to our Coy third and fourth grade running club members! Read More
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Fassett's Front Hall Makeover

Fassett’s main hallway received a much-needed makeover over the last couple of weeks. The walls were given a fresh coat of paint, and decals were applied to enhance school spirit/pride. This was all made possible by fundraising efforts and the Fassett Athletic Department. It has been a pleasure seeing the students’ positive reactions as they enter the building. Please stop in and see our Eagle Spirit! Read More
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Wind Turbine Impact

Congratulations to Environmental Science Students Noah Badenhop and Nate Foster who presented their project “Wind Turbine Impact on the Bird Population” to University of Toledo professors in April. Their work involved using radar data to measure the large numbers of birds migrating through the area last fall – so many that they showed up on radar! This was compared to the number of birds killed by our wind turbine in that same time frame (a very conclusive ZERO birds and one bat were found dead… Read More
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Accelerated Reader Book Finder

If you are not sure if any of your books at home are A.R. or not, here is a great way to find out!! Go to www.arbookfind.com Select either parent or student. Type in the title of the book. Be careful, sometimes you may have to type in subtitles, too! If you don’t find your book, type in the author to be sure. Bring in the book or write the title down for your child to take the quiz at Starr. Happy Reading! Read More
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Bulldog Bucket Fillers

Bucket filling is a simple but powerful concept: Everyone carries an invisible bucket that holds our good thoughts and feelings. When our buckets are full, we feel happy. When our buckets are empty, we feel sad. Staff members at Starr School encourage and recognize students’ efforts to be bucket fillers. Students “caught” filling buckets will be acknowledged and their achievements celebrated! They will receive certificates, be recognized on the morning announcements and have their names placed… Read More

Coy - 2015 OAESA Hall of Fame School

(Columbus, Ohio) (April 15, 2015). The Ohio Association of Elementary School Administrators announced that Coy Elementary in Oregon City School District has been selected as a 2015 Hall of Fame School. Principal Amy Molnar and her staff will be presented with the award, including $1,000 to be used at the principal’s discretion. OAESA will recognize ten winners of the Hall of Fame Award during an Awards Luncheon to be held June 12, 2015, at the Hilton Columbus at Easton. The Hall of Fame School… Read More
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BP Husky Top 2% Dinner

Congratulations to these CHS students for being named the top 2% of the 2015 Clay High School graduating class. On Thursday, April 16, BP Husky held an Academic Recognition Dinner to honor the top 2% graduating seniors from 30 local high schools. Attending the banquet were (left to right) Mr. Jurski, Bailey Coughlin, Haley Orr, Ryan Arnold, Kara Simon, Matthew Gibbons, and Ms. Kohler. Hayley Schiavone is also in the top 2% of the CHS graduating class but was unable to attend the banquet. Clay… Read More
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Chess - National Tournament

Congratulations to Jeremiah Berger, who represented Clay High School at the National K-12 Chess Championships on April 10, 11 & 12 in Columbus. The 3-day, 7-game tournament consisted of 1500 kids from 38 states representing 430 teams from across the country. Jeremiah went undefeated at the tournament and scored a 5.5. For his outstanding efforts he received 5th place in his division. Congratulations Jeremiah and great job representing CHS Read More

Ms. Stanton Honored as 101.5 Teacher of the Month!

Congratulations to Eisenhower GT teacher, Ms. Jackie Stanton, the 101.5 The River February Teacher of the Month! Mary Beth and Rick from 101.5 brought Tofts ice cream to Ms. Stanton’s class. They also presented her with a gift card and spent some time with the class. Thank you to Tom Staudinger for his excellent entry that led to this great honor! Read More

Food Service Hosts Chapter SNA Meeting

Oregon City Schools Food Service Employees hosted the Northwest Ohio Regional SNA (School Nutrition Association) meeting in April at Clay High School. Employees rallied around the "Back to 1965" theme by dressing in tie-dyed shirts they created the week before. Read More
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Oregon Preschool Services

The preschool program is for 3 and 4 year old children who have an identified disability. Services are also available for a number of preschool-age children without disabilities (typical students). All children must live within the boundaries served by Oregon City Schools. The preschool program in Oregon City Schools is contracted and operated through North Point Educational Service Center. This is a half-day program with children attending four days per week, Monday through Thursday. A two day… Read More
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Jet Fitness Club: Spring Session

The spring session of Jet Fitness Club begins Tuesday, April 21st, and will run through Tuesday, May 26th. The spring session of Jet Fitness Club will take place before school, at 8:00 a.m., each Tuesday and Thursday. If you are a 2nd, 3rd, or 4th grader, and are interested in participating, pick up a flyer/permission form in the office, or fill out and return the attached flyer/permission form to Ms. Rossler. Read More
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Model UN Competition

Congratulations to sophomore, Will Nagy, for earning his 2nd distinguished diplomat award of the Model UN Competition season. This award was for his role as the Secretary of Defense of the United Kingdom during a Cuban Missile Crisis Simulation/Competition at BGSU on Saturday, March 21. Congratulations to Will and all the team members on a great competition.Congratulations to sophomore, Will Nagy, for earning his 2nd distinguished diplomat award of the Model UN Competition season. This award… Read More

$1000 Box Top Drawing Winner

Coy students have collected Box Tops for the past several years. We are thankful that a Coy parent facilitates our Box Tops collection by having collection contests. From the collected Box Tops, she organzies and sends in all of our Box Tops a couple of times a year. Most recently, we learned after our last collection, that our school was chosen to be entered in a Box Top $1000 drawing. At the conclusion of the drawing, we were happy to find out that our name was drawn as the $1000 winner! Way… Read More
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Eisenhower Media Center Dedicated

In November 2009, the Wynn Library was dedicated in name of a man who had served them for 21 years as their principal, Mr. Don Charlton. Wynn closed after that school year. When our 5—6 configuration occurred last year, Dr. Lonny Rivera gave permission to dedicate the Eisenhower Media Center. In 1982 Eisenhower Principal Barton passed away during the school year leaving a group of students, parents and staff in crisis. Mr. Charlton left his post at Wynn for the second half of the year and… Read More