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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.

 

The goal of the Oregon City Schools Transportation team is to provide the safest transportation possible to and from school. Daily, during the regular school term, approximately 35 school buses run about 2,541 miles each day transporting nearly 2,500 students to and from school. We transport to over 15 schools daily, including our public schools, non-public schools and charter schools. Currently, 90% of the school bus fleet will provide runs for two or more schools increasing efficiency.

Throughout the school day buses shuttle students to different locations as part of the extended educational needs. Seven buses make special runs for exceptional children. These buses may have an adult monitor on board to assist the students. School buses are run outside the regular 180-day school term for specially funded programs that meet the criteria for the use of school buses. This includes field trips, athletic trips, and extra-curricular activities. Our transportation department schedules approximately 1,000 trips per year.

Students Present at Civil War Roundtable

On December 14, five Clay High School students presented their classroom projects to an evening gathering of The Greater Toledo Civil War Roundtable at the East Toledo Senior Center. Civil War teacher Chris Klosterman commended the students for their courage to present in front of a group of experts and be willing to field questions from them. Students presenting were Paul Frasier, Civil War Dogs and Modern Dogs, Josh Isbell Herman Haupt; Matt Mohr, Baseball in the Civil War, Haley Cutshall,… Read More

Clay Government Students Visit the Ohio Supreme Court and Statehouse

On Tuesday, November 21st, 34 government students from Clay H.S. visited our state capital. Students sat in during oral arguments for two Ohio Supreme Court cases, saw the legal library, walked the statehouse grounds, and took an educational tour of the statehouse. After the tour of the House and Senate chambers, students met with our State Representative, Mike Sheehy, in the House Chamber and heard him speak about his duties as a representative. Government teacher Mr. Klosterman said "I was so… Read More
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Student Handbooks

2017-18 Student Handbooks Clay High School Clay High School Band Clay High School Vocal Music Clay High School Athletic Fassett Junior High School Eisenhower Intermediate School Coy Elementary School Jerusalem Elementary School Starr Elementary School Read More
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Walk the halls of Clay High School for exercise!

Clay High School will once again be hosting the Walking Club for all Oregon residents. The walking club will run from November 8, 2017, until April 27, 2018, in the Clay hallways on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 4:00pm - 7:00pm. Please note that the walking club will be cancelled on holidays and when school is closed due to inclement weather. All participants are required to enter door #3 and sign-in as soon as you enter the building. Community members that registered last year and still… Read More
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2017-2018 Band Handbook

2017-18 Band Handbook Read More
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Free and Reduced Lunch Application and Instructions

Free and Reduced Lunch Application Website (see below) Online Application Instructions in English Instrucciones en español Online Free and Reduced Instructions Video Tutorial Free and Reduced Paper Application Read More