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.



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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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

Free tutoring in Math

BGSU is offering Free tutoring in High School Math 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
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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
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8th Grade Washington D.C. Information

Last week the Washington D.C. Letter of Intent was sent home with all of the 8th graders. It is very important that these letters get filled out and returned to Fassett by Sept. 18 so that we can send an estimate of the number of students and parents that will be going to Scholastica. Scholastica will then use this estimate to begin to determine the number of busses and hotel rooms needed, as well as the cost. The letter of intent can be found under the "Newsletters and Announcements" tab on… Read More
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Mock Interviews in Financial Literacy

This week in Financial Literacy, our eighth graders learned about getting a job and the interview process. During the week we learned how to look for a job, how to prepare for an interview and what happens to all that money in your paychecks. We capped this lesson off with some role playing of mock interviews. The students played the roles of an interviewer, a good job candidate, and a bad candidate. We then critiqued each candidate and decided who was the best fit for the position. Mr. Combs Read More

8th Grade Health Project

Last week in the 8th grade Health classroom the students were busy working on building relationships by participating in a variety of activities to get to know one another. They have also been focusing on character traits and theimportance of having positive ones. In the picture you can see how each student had a chance to design their own “sleeve” with things most important to them. They were then posted together around a Harriet Tubman quote. They are currently working on “What is Health?”… Read More

Fastech Introduces MasterCam

Kevin Richardson from Fastech, Inc. is an expert in the MasterCAM software package. He took time last week to meet with the students in Integrated Machining & Engineering and the Engineering, Design and Development Programs. Mr. Richardson worked with Junior IM&E student Jacob Steingraber to program his first project in MasterCAM. Jacob programmed the part in record time -- less than 5 minutes! The part was machined in the HAAS VF-1 Vertical Milling Center in about 10 minutes. Thanks to Kevin… Read More
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Eisenhower "We Do It Right" Awards 2014--2015

As part of our traditions each year, Eisenhower Intermediate School honors two former students who passed away while students at Eisenhower. We call these awards the, “We Do It Right” Awards. The Roy Minor Award goes to a student who has demonstrated excellent character through perseverance, compassion, and respectful behavior. On the last day of the 2014—2015 school year we were proud to award Carlee Deal this excellent honor! Carlee follows Calli Jo Quigg, who won the award in 2013—2014, as… Read More

Re-registration reminder for Parents/Guardians

8/6/15 Dear parents/guardians of OCS students, On behalf of Oregon City Schools and all of our teachers and support staff, I would like to welcome you back to OCS for the upcoming school year. I am very excited and honored to be your new Superintendent and plan to do everything in my power to make your children’s school experiences positive and safe. Each year we ask parents of returning students to re-register each child who attends our school system through the parent portal. This year is no… Read More

Back to School Information 2015-16

Welcome back to Oregon City Schools for the 2015-2016 school year! Welcome letter from Superintendent Back to School Information Read More

2015-2016 OCS School Student Hours

Student School Hours Clay High School: 7:50am to 2:35pm Fassett Junior High: 7:50am to 2:35pm Eisenhower Intermediate School: 7:50am to 2:35pm Coy Elementary School: 9:05am to 3:35pm Jerusalem Elementary School: 9:05am to 3:35pm Starr Elementary Schools: 9:05am to 3:35pm Read More