Please click on the link below to read more about the Jeanine Musgrove Memorial Outdoor Classroom, and ways in which you can help.
Oakton Big Siblings
Big Siblings (Big Sibs), is a mentorship club at Oakton designed to pair incoming freshman with a volunteer upperclassman mentor who is knowledgeable and with help ease transition from middle school to high school.
Jump Start Program
Jump Start is a program aimed at easing the transition from middle to high school. In order to do that, students participate in several different activities including team-building (helping with peer relationships and meeting students from other middle schools), daily lessons designed by Oakton teachers that simulate real classroom activities, and Q&A sessions with current Oakton students. Click on the flyer below to learn more about the different sessions. If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact: email@example.com.
We are extremely excited about this event and have so many new plans and inclusions for this year! One of our primary goals is to increase awareness for all the clubs and organizations Oakton has to offer. This will be beneficial to the entire Oakton Community. Please join us on Tuesday, August 26th, for the Oakton Cougar Kick-Off!
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Latest news and happenings
For those seniors who had already completed the Senior Survey, but have changed the college you will be attending, please see Mrs. Weir in Counseling or Mrs. Rogin-Marks in the Career Center to make changes. Your final transcript needs to be sent to the correct college and that won’t be done unless you make the changes. For seniors who have not yet completed the survey, you will be receiving an email by the end of the week with details about getting it completed. It is state-mandated that each graduating student complete this short survey.
No More Morning Phone Outs
There will no longer be a morning phone-out regarding attendance; all phone-outs will be done at the end of the day in the usual time slot. This will be in effect through the end of the school year.
Library Overdue Notices
Notices of overdue library books and fines have been distributed to students. Please encourage your child to resolve all library obligations promptly. Students can resolve obligations even when the library is closed for testing. Please return books to the bin outside the library door and enter quietly to pay fines. Circulation of library materials to students ends ten school days prior to the closing of school. End circulation dates this year are:
Seniors: June 6, 2014
Grades 9-11: June 11, 2014
Research materials continue to be available in the library to students with specific assignments until the last day school is in session.