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Oakdale Boys’ Basketball Team Wins ORES State Title!
CONGRATULATIONS to Coach Aaron Struck and all the Varsity Boys’ Team! All Tourney Team included Carson Riney and Tate Mazza. The Tournament MVP was Austin Osby. Thanks for working hard all season and we are so proud of all our athletes and coaches!
The flu season remains and while affected student numbers are low here, they are increasing. The Oklahoma City-County Health Department Epidemiology Services has a school surveillance initiative for monitoring influenza-like illnesses (ILI) for students, faculty and staff. ILI is defined as: a fever of 100 F or greater PLUS a cough OR sore throat, in the absence of another known cause. Oakdale School voluntarily participates with this program. (The data is for numbers only, no names)
It is our goal to maintain a healthy and safe environment at Oakdale in which our students can maximize their time and opportunities in the classroom. Please help us by reinforcing healthy habits at home, recognizing symptoms of the flu (fever > 100 F, cough, sore throat, body aches, headache, chills, fatigue), keeping your child home if he/she is sick, and reporting flu symptoms to the teacher/office when absent. Please remember that students should be fever free for 24 hours without fever reducing medication prior to returning to class.
**Information regarding the flu and flu shots can be found on school website. Please let us know if you have questions or if we can help you in any way.
Julie Harger, RN
BOX TOPS CONTEST
Honor’s Program Awards
Congratulations to all the Middle School students who made the 2016-2017 Oakdale Honor’s Program. Click below to view the participants.
Boys won the ORES State Basketball Tourney with Austin Osby selected as the State Tournament MVP; Carson Riney and Tate Mazza were also selected to the All-Tourney team. Way to go, Rockets!
Varsity girls made it to the State playoffs and have had a great season. Way to go Rockets! We are proud of each of you!
The Academic Team placed 1st at the District Contest for OJABA (OK Junior Academic Bowl Association). They will compete at regionals on March 4th at Dale. Also, the state Science Olympiad Tournament will be March 25th. Good luck in both meets, Rockets!