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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. RUBRICS USED FOR STANDARDS BASED GRADING AT EACH GRADE LEVEL Kindergarten Qtr 1 Rubric Qtr 2 Rubric Qtr 3 Rubric Qtr 4 Rubric 1st Grade Qtr 1… 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

Oregon City Schools On-Line Checkbook

As of February 11, 2016, Oregon City Schools is making available an "On-Line Checkbook" for the public to view financial transactions made in Oregon City Schools. This is a partnership with the Office of the Ohio Treasurer to continue our transparent approach to financial information. You can access the "Checkbook" at If you have any questions please contact Jane Fruth, Treasurer of Oregon City Schools, at 419-693-0661 ext. 3289. Read More
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8th Grade Students of the Month (January 2016)

8th Grade Students of the Month (January 2016) Derek Deal is a hardworking student who is always respectful and willing to help others. He is creative and has excelled in art class for the past two years. Keep up the strong work ethic and stellar attitude and you can accomplish whatever you put your mind to! -- Mr. Katschke Georgia Stinson displays an incredible work ethic every day in class. She exemplifies excellence in all she does within her assignments and tests. I am very proud of her for… Read More
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Clay DECA Continues its Winning Ways

Members of the Clay DECA Chapter traveled to BGSU on Monday, January 25, 2016 to compete in the Ohio DECA District 2 Career Development Conference. Out of the thirty-two students who competed, twenty-two students placed in their respective event with fifteen qualifying for State Competition. Students earning 1st place include: Callie Snyder – Human Resources Management Series Event Madison Slovak & Alexa St. Julian – Sports & Entertainment Promotion Plan Students earning 2nd place include:… Read More
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Walk the halls of Clay HS for exercise!

Clay HS is opening up it's doors to the community for walking and exercise. OCS has large hallways that allow for walking inside when the weather is cold and windy. Please see the following attachments for times, dates, and forms. Hope to see you at Clay soon! Walking Club Flyer Walking Club Release and Registration Form Walking Club Information Read More
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Fassett 2016 Blood Drive

February 2nd, Fassett students will learn about the importance of giving blood and the impact blood drives have on our community. Please consider supporting us in our efforts to help save lives through blood donation. You may send in an appointment card with a student or contact either Miss Corsini at or Mrs. Anderson at Fassett Blood Drive Information Read More
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Spelling Bee Well Contested at ike

Tales from the Third Annual Eisenhower Spelling Bee The Eisenhower Spelling Bee was held on December 18th during a school-wide assembly in the auditorium. The 47 winners of classroom spelling bees battled to be one of the last four spellers remaining in a single elimination tournament. Each rounds was divided by “Minute To Win It” challenges. Mrs. Deal presented students and staff with several crazy challenges, like hiking rolls of toilet paper through a hula hoop or shooting empty soda cans… Read More

8th Grade Washington D.C. Payment Information (January)

Reminder for Parents regarding the 8th grade Washington DC trip, the 2nd payment due date is fast approaching! Payments need to be mailed in to Scholastica by Jan. 29. Please see the attached link for details. D.C. Payment Information Read More

UT Advanced ACT Prep Class

Clay High School is pleased to announce that we will be hosting an ACT prep course provided by the University of Toledo. This course will help prepare students for the ACT test used to determine college admissions and scholarships. 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, April 8, 2016. Read More
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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