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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Wednesday, August 29th   and these are your morning announcements…

 

It’s club day!  Get a taste of the thriving club scene at Oak Grove and find a place where you can find likeminded individuals to grow with.  See you in the new quad at lunch for CLUB DAY!

General News:

 

Today is Disney Wednesday!  There’s no counting today, but take a selfie in front of the large Disney Poster during Club Day: brought to you by ASB. Make sure you check in tomorrow and make tropical Thursday count! 

 

Students, remember that we have the Welcome Back  Assembly this Friday.  Students must have an Oak Grove student ID to enter.

 

Interested in traveling to Peru this summer? Come to the meeting this Thursday in room D4 at lunch to find out more! All students who have already enrolled, please attend as well.

 

 

ADA Saturday School is Saturday, September 1st.  This is a great opportunity to clear one full day's absence, to study, make up work, and/or to receive extra credit (pending teacher approval).  Hours for Saturday school are from 8:00-12:00.  All eligible students will receive an invitation to attend.

 

Attention Seniors!  Former Oak Grove college students are here to help you navigate the college application process.   Attend our College Application/ Essay Bootcamp on Friday, August 31st from 2 to 4 p.m. and on Saturday, Sept. 1st from 8 am to noon.  If you are interested in attending this workshop, complete the College Essay Bootcamp registration form located on our home page under Quicklinks. 

 

 

Club Scene:

CSF:  Fill out an application for the California Scholarship Federation.  See Mrs. Pizzuti if you have any questions.

 

Robotics: Do you want to meet and drive  a cool robot? Make sure to stop by the robotics table at Club Day today at lunch to meet RDF the robot, register for this amazing robotics program, and more! See you there!

 

Class News:

Attention freshmen: You have should have received a "Getting to Know OG" scavenger hunt worksheet from your English teacher. Complete 3 of the 5 boxes and bring your paper to the Link Crew table at Club Day today for a free ice cream!

 

And while you’re there, vote for your board officers.  Freshman officers will be elected for the 2018-19 year.  Only freshmen can vote!

 

Seniors: If you have not taken your senior portraits, make an appointment with JP Impressions today!  Contact information can be found on the school website.

Volunteers and Community Service:

 

 

 

 

Sporting News:

Football takes on our rivals from St. Francis this week.  Flock to the game this Friday night.  JV at 4pm and Varsity at 7pm.  Good luck Eagles!  Students with an ASB card will get into this and all other league games for free!

 

Remember:  Be Respectful, Responsible, and Safe.

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 8/29/18




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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Thursday, March 8th and these are your morning announcements…

On this day in 1979, the compact disc, better known as a “CD” was introduced to the public.  Anyone use CDs anymore?

 

General News:

 

Seniors, did you submit an application to De Anza college? There will be a mandatory assessment exam this Friday in room G2 from 2-5PM. If you are interested in De Anza college but have not submitted an application, please see Mr. Barraza in room H1C. 

 

It’s selling like hotcakes!  Get your 50th Anniversary Yearbook at treering.com!

 

All Lady Eagles who signed up for the Princess Project!  Your appointment has been set for Sunday, March 18th from 1pm-3:30pm.  Look on the school website for more information.

 

Junior Ladies: Stanford is pleased to announce this year's iteration of Girl Code @Stanford, a summer program for rising high school seniors in the San Francisco Bay Area. Over the course of two weeks, students will get to experience computer science firsthand through an introduction to computer programming, tours of local tech companies and research labs, and visits from leading academics and industry professionals. If you are interested in attending this program, please see your academic counselor ASAP

Tickets for the Grand Ball at the San Jose Tech Museum will go on sale later this month.  Save the date: April 28th, Oak Grove’s Grand Ball.

 

Attention AP students: remember to make your initial deposit of $30 to the school bank for each AP exam that you are planning to take. If you qualify for free/reduced lunch, it's only $5. Bring your lunch approval form with you. Payments will be accepted at the school bank during break and lunch.  The payment deadline is Friday, March 9th.

 

Please join Mr. Anderson and company in the small gym Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays for some lunch time basketball (beginning next week).  Admission is free to students and all are welcome to participate in the 5-5 full court games.  If there is enough student interest this week we will move the large gym and organize multiple games.  This week we will meet Thursday 3/8 and Friday 3/9.   Thank you in advance for helping to keep our facilities clean and for your attendance.  Go Eagles!!!    

 

Club Scene:

 

All clubs:  Please submit a club picture for the yearbook to Q2.  Deadline is March 25th.

 

It's March Madness because the Acts of Random Kindness Club is having a meeting tomorrow, on Friday during lunch in U108. Come to be in the yearbook photo, learn about the amazing opportunities to be on board, and find out about more upcoming events. See ya there!

 

 

Class News:

 

Seniors!  Avoid the late fees and order your senior portraits ahead of graduation.  Call JP Impressions today!

 

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:  

 

If you are interested in joining women's basketbal next year please come to our meeting today in K10 at lunch we will discuss our Spring and Summer events.

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 3/8/18




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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Wednesday, March 7th and these are your morning announcements…

 

General News:

 

Attention Eagles! The winner of the Cesar Chavez writing contest is freshman  Jyoti Rani with  her poetic response to Chavez's sentiments regarding non-violence. Taking second place is Belinda Pham's essay titled, "Change of Heart."  Congratulations you two and thank you to everyone who shared their thoughts and ideas by entering this contest.   Jyoti and Belinda will be honored in a ceremony held on March 29th at Mt. Pleasant High School.  Keep flying Eagles!!

 

If you want to know how to you can honor of the 17 lives that were taken during the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida, come to Q1 during lunch today.

 

It’s selling like hotcakes!  Get your 50th Anniversary Yearbook at treering.com!

 

All Lady Eagles who signed up for the Princess Project!  Your appointment has been set for Sunday, March 18th from 1pm-3:30pm.  Look on the school website for more information.

 

Junior Ladies: Stanford is pleased to announce this year's iteration of Girl Code @Stanford, a summer program for rising high school seniors in the San Francisco Bay Area. Over the course of two weeks, students will get to experience computer science firsthand through an introduction to computer programming, tours of local tech companies and research labs, and visits from leading academics and industry professionals. If you are interested in attending this program, please see your academic counselor ASAP

 

Tickets for the Grand Ball at the San Jose Tech Museum will go on sale later this month.  Save the date: April 28th, Oak Grove’s Grand Ball.

 

Attention AP students: remember to make your initial deposit of $30 to the school bank for each AP exam that you are planning to take. If you qualify for free/reduced lunch, it's only $5. Bring your lunch approval form with you. Payments will be accepted at the school bank during break and lunch.  The payment deadline is Friday, March 9th.

 

Please join Mr. Anderson and company in the small gym Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays for some lunch time basketball (beginning next week).  Admission is free to students and all are welcome to participate in the 5-5 full court games.  If there is enough student interest this week we will move the large gym and organize multiple games.  This week we will meet Thursday 3/8 and Friday 3/9.   Thank you in advance for helping to keep our facilities clean and for your attendance.  Go Eagles!!!    

 

Club Scene:

 

All clubs:  Please submit a club picture for the yearbook to Q2.  Deadline is March 25th.

 

INTERACT INTERACT INTERACT! Interact will be having a meeting today at lunch in room X1! Be there to learn more about new officer applications, service events, and more!

 

Buy one and get one free.  Doesn’t that sound amazing?  Leadership is selling a modern coupon book that can be used on an App.  Come to Q1 to see how you can save at H&M, Claire’s, Famous Footwear, Lids, and dozens of other popular locations in our area.

 

It's March Madness because the Acts of Random Kindness Club is having a meeting this Friday during lunch in U108. Come to be in the yearbook photo, learn about the amazing opportunities to be on board, and find out about more upcoming events. See ya there!

 

Class News:

 

Seniors!  Avoid the late fees and order your senior portraits ahead of graduation.  Call JP Impressions today!

 

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:  

 

All boys soccer players please turn in your soccer gear to Coach Young, in the boys PE office, at Break or lunch this week.

 

If you are interested in joining women's basketbal next year please come to our meeting tomorrow in K10 at lunch we will discuss our Spring and Summer events.

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 3/7/18




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ATTENTION 9TH TO 12TH GRADE FEMALE STUDENTS!

 

San Jose State University is hosting an engineering conference for high school girls interested in STEM.  This is a great opportunity for women who are interested in the STEM field to gain some insight about engineering. At the event, companies from different engineering industries host hour-long hands-on workshops. Some notable companies participating this year are Intel, IBM, and Lockheed Martin! Additionally, this is a great chance for high school girls to network with companies, understand what it takes to be an engineer, and consider their academic options in higher education. 
 

Address: San Jose State University, Student Union and Charles W. Davidson College of Engineering

1 Washington Square

San Jose, CA 95112

Date: Saturday, March 24, 2018

Time: 8:30AM-4:00PM

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2018-wow-thats-engineering-sign-up-tickets-43061650556

 

Tickets: $12

 

Additionally, if anyone needs financial assistance with the conference ticket fee, please email swe.sjsu@gmail.com and they can definitely work something out! 

 

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Published: 3/7/18




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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Tuesday, March 6th and these are your morning announcements…

Pledge…

General News:

 

Attention Eagles! The winner of the Cesar Chavez writing contest is freshman  Jyoti Rani with  her poetic response to Chavez's sentiments regarding non-violence. Taking second place is Belinda Pham's essay titled, "Change of Heart."  

Congratulations you two and thank you to everyone who shared their thoughts and ideas by entering this contest.   

Jyoti and Belinda will be honored in a ceremony held on March 29th at Mt. Pleasant High School.  

Keep flying Eagles!!

 

If you want to know how to you can honor of the 17 lives that were taken during the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida, come to Q1 during lunch this Wednesday: March 7th.

 

It’s selling like hotcakes!  Get your 50th Anniversary Yearbook at treering.com!

 

All Lady Eagles who signed up for the Princess Project!  Your appointment has been set for Sunday, March 18th from 1pm-3:30pm.  Look on the school website for more information.

 

Tickets for the Grand Ball at the San Jose Tech Museum will go on sale later this month.  Save the date: April 28th, Oak Grove’s Grand Ball.

 

Attention AP students: remember to make your initial deposit of $30 to the school bank for each AP exam that you are planning to take. If you qualify for free/reduced lunch, it's only $5. Bring your lunch approval form with you. Payments will be accepted at the school bank during break and lunch.  The payment deadline is Friday, March 9th.

 

Club Scene:

 

There will be an interclub council meeting today at lunch in Q1.  Yearbook and fundraising information will be discussed, so please send a representative!

 

INTERACT INTERACT INTERACT! Interact will be having an meeting this Wednesday, March 7th, at lunch in room X1! Be there to learn more about new officer applications, service events, and more!

 

Buy one and get one free.  Doesn’t that sound amazing?  Leadership is selling a modern coupon book that can be used on an App.  Come to Q1 to see how you can save at H&M, Claire’s, Famous Footwear, Lids, and dozens of other popular locations in our area.

 

It's March Madness because the Acts of Random Kindness Club is having a meeting this Friday during lunch in U108. Come to be in the yearbook photo, learn about the amazing opportunities to be on board, and find out about more upcoming events. See ya there!

 

Class News:

 

Seniors!  Avoid the late fees and order your senior portraits ahead of graduation.  Call JP Impressions today!

 

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:  

 

All boys soccer players please turn in your soccer gear to Coach Young, in the boys PE office, at Break or lunch this week.

 

There will be a mandatory football meeting today in X-1 at 3:15 for all Frosh/Soph and Varsity players who are planning on playing football next year. Please be prompt and we will see you Tuesday. 

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 3/6/18




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ADA Saturday School is Saturday, March 10th..  This is a great opportunity to clear one full day's absence, to study, make up work, and/or to receive extra credit (pending teacher approval).  

 

Hours for Saturday school are from 8:00-12:00.  

 

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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 3/5/18




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Parents and students are welcome to participate in this informational session regarding the following items:

 

District's Disciplinary Policies

Student Behavioral Expectations

District's Efforts in Achieving Non-discriminatory Discipline

 

Wednesday, March 7th in room X-1 from 6:00 pm-7:30 pm. 

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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 3/5/18




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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Monday, March 5th and these are your morning announcements…

Monday Says…

Two types of voices command your attention today. Negative ones fill your mind with doubt, bitterness, and fear. Positive ones purvey hope and strength. Which one will you choose to heed? --Max Lucado 

 

 

It’s selling like hotcakes!  Get your 50th Anniversary Yearbook at treering.com!

 

All Lady Eagles who signed up for the Princess Project!  Your appointment has been set for Sunday, March 18th from 1pm-3:30pm.  Look on the school website for more information.

 

Tickets for the Grand Ball at the San Jose Tech Museum will go on sale later this month.  Save the date: April 28th, Oak Grove’s Grand Ball.

 

Do you want to help with criminal justice? Do you care about the falsely accused?  If so, please volunteer to participate in a short research study regarding the justice system. Come to Room S-1 anytime at lunch to get more information about how you can contribute or to schedule an appointment.

 

 

Attention AP students: remember to make your initial deposit of $30 to the school bank for each AP exam that you are planning to take. If you qualify for free/reduced lunch, it's only $5. Bring your lunch approval form with you. Payments will be accepted at the school bank during break and lunch.  The payment deadline is Friday, March 9th.

 

Club Scene:

There will be an interclub council meeting tomorrow at lunch in Q1.  Yearbook and fundraising information will be discussed, so please send a representative!

 

Buy one and get one free.  Doesn’t that sound amazing?  Leadership is selling a modern coupon book that can be used on an App.  Come to Q1 to see how you can save at H&M, Claire’s, Famous Footwear, Lids, and dozens of other popular locations in our area.

 

It's March Madness because the Acts of Random Kindness Club is having a meeting this Friday during lunch in U108. Come to be in the yearbook photo, learn about the amazing opportunities to be on board, and find out about more upcoming events. See ya there!

 

Class News:

Seniors!  Avoid the late fees and order your senior portraits ahead of graduation.  Call JP Impressions today!

 

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:  

All boys soccer players please turn in your soccer gear to Coach Young, in the boys PE office, at Break or lunch this week.

 

There will be a mandatory football meeting on Tuesday March 6th in X-1 at 3:15 for all Frosh/Soph and Varsity players who are planning on playing football next year. Please be prompt and we will see you Tuesday. 

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Martha Brazil
Published: 3/5/18




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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Friday, March2nd and these are your morning announcements…

In honor of OG’s 50th birthday, here is another Friday Factoid that involves the number 50:  Also celebrating a 50th birthday this year is the Fair Housing Act of 1968.  The Act prohibited not only racial and religious discrimination in the sale or rental of a home, but also racially-motivated threats, intimidation, or retaliation in relation to housing.

 

 

It’s selling like hotcakes!  Get your 50th Anniversary Yearbook at treering.com!

 

All Lady Eagles who signed up for the Princess Project!  Your appointment has been set for Sunday, March 18th from 1pm-3:30pm.  Look on the school website for more information.

 

Tickets for the Grand Ball at the San Jose Tech Museum will go on sale later this month.  Save the date: April 28th, Oak Grove’s Grand Ball.

 

Do you want to help with criminal justice? Do you care about the falsely accused?  If so, please volunteer to participate in a short research study regarding the justice system. Come to Room S-1 anytime at lunch to get more information about how you can contribute or to schedule an appointment.

 

Attention Seniors! Remember today is the last day to file your FAFSA/DREAM ACT to earn FREE money for scholarship.  Don't miss this opportunity. 

 

Want to reduce your feelings of stress and anxiety, have better concentration when doing homework, or just feel great about your body? Come to Yoga with Ms. Coburn in H-2 today.  Session 1 is from 2:15-3:15 and Session 2 is from 3:30-4:30.

 

Attention AP students: remember to make your initial deposit of $30 to the school bank for each AP exam that you are planning to take. If you qualify for free/reduced lunch, it's only $5. Bring your lunch approval form with you. Payments will be accepted at the school bank during break and lunch.  The payment deadline is Friday, March 9th.

 

Club Scene:

Buy one and get one free.  Doesn’t that sound amazing?  Leadership is selling a modern coupon book that can be used on an App.  Come to Q1 to see how you can save at H&M, Claire’s, Famous Footwear, Lids, and dozens of other popular locations in our area.

 

Class News:

Seniors!  Avoid the late fees and order your senior portraits ahead of graduation.  Call JP Impressions today!

 

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:  

All boys soccer players please turn in your soccer gear to Coach Young, in the boys PE office, at Break or lunch this week.

 

There will be a mandatory football meeting on Tuesday March 6th in X-1 at 3:15 for all Frosh/Soph and Varsity players who are planning on playing football next year. Please be prompt and we will see you Tuesday. 

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 3/2/18




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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Thursday, March 1st and these are your morning announcements…

On March 1, 1961, President John F. Kennedy issues Executive Order #10924, establishing the Peace Corps as a new agency within the Department of State. The same day, he sent a message to Congress asking for permanent funding for the agency, which would send trained American men and women to foreign nations to assist in development efforts. 

 

It’s selling like hotcakes!  Get your 50th Anniversary Yearbook at treering.com!

 

All Lady Eagles who signed up for the Princess Project!  Your appointment has been set for Sunday, March 18th from 8:30am-4:30pm.  Look on the school website for more information.

 

Tickets for the Grand Ball at the San Jose Tech Museum will go on sale later this month.  Save the date: April 28th, Oak Grove’s Grand Ball.

 

Do you want to help with criminal justice? Do you care about the falsely accused?  If so, please volunteer to participate in a short research study regarding the justice system. Come to Room S-1 anytime at lunch to get more information about how you can contribute or to schedule an appointment.

 

If you are interested in attending CCOC/SVCTE next year as your electives, please turn in an application by March 1. We have two schedules AM and PM schedule. Information about the courses or applications are located in the counseling office or see Ms Armstrong

 

Attention Seniors! Remember that March 2nd is the last day to file your FAFSA/DREAM ACT to earn FREE money for scholarship.  Don't miss this opportunity. 

 

Want to reduce your feelings of stress and anxiety, have better concentration when doing homework, or just feel great about your body? Come to Yoga with Ms. Coburn in H-2 this Friday.  Session 1 is from 2:15-3:15 and Session 2 is from 3:30-4:30.

 

Jewelry Making every Thursday in U121 from 2:15-4:15pm.  Come make gifts for friends, family, and yourself.  Let your creativity shine!

 

Attention AP students: remember to make your initial deposit of $30 to the school bank for each AP exam that you are planning to take. If you qualify for free/reduced lunch, it's only $5. Bring your lunch approval form with you. Payments will be accepted at the school bank during break and lunch.  The payment deadline is Friday, March 9th.

 

Club Scene:

 

Class News:

Seniors!  Avoid the late fees and order your senior portraits ahead of graduation.  Call JP Impressions today!

 

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:  

All boys soccer players please turn in your soccer gear to Coach Young, in the boys PE office, at Break or lunch this week.

 

There will be a mandatory football meeting  on Tuesday March 6th in X-1 at 3:15 for all Frosh/Soph and Varsity players who are planning on playing football next year. Please be prompt and we will see you Tuesday. 

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 3/1/18




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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Wednesday, February 28th and these are your morning announcements…

 

Walter S. McAfee is the African American mathematician and physicist first calculated the speed of the moon. On January 10, 1946 a radar pulse was transmitted towards the moon. Two and a half seconds later, they received a faint signal, proving that transmissions from earth could cross the vast distances of outer space.

 

Are you interested in attending a free journalism summer camp at San Jose State in June?  To find out more, come to C-6 during lunch on Wednesday February 28th to hear former Mercury News reporter Sharon Noguchi explain the program and application process.  

 

It’s selling like hotcakes!  Get your 50th Anniversary Yearbook at treering.com!

 

Do you want to help with criminal justice? Do you care about the falsely accused?  If so, please volunteer to participate in a short research study regarding the justice system. Come to Room S-1 anytime at lunch to get more information about how you can contribute or to schedule an appointment.

 

If you are interested in attending CCOC/SVCTE next year as your electives, please turn in an application by March 1. We have two schedules AM and PM schedule. Information about the courses or applications are located in the counseling office or see Ms Armstrong

 

Attention Seniors! Remember that March 2nd is the last day to file your FAFSA/DREAM ACT to earn FREE money for scholarship.  Don't miss this opportunity. 

 

Want to reduce your feelings of stress and anxiety, have better concentration when doing homework, or just feel great about your body? Come to Yoga with Ms. Coburn in H-2 this Friday.  Session 1 is from 2:15-3:15 and Session 2 is from 3:30-4:30.

 

 

Club Scene:

There will be a Poly Club meeting today at lunch in B6. See you there.

 

Class News:

Seniors!  Avoid the late fees and order your senior portraits ahead of graduation.  Call JP Impressions today!

 

Hey Eagles! Are you looking for something to do after school today? Come to Mod Pizza on Cottle Road for a fundraiser TOMORROW. Show them a digital or paper flyer and 20% of your bill will go towards the class of 2021 for fantastics! Look for one of your board officers for a flyer or look on the class Instagram @oghs2021

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:  

All boys soccer players please turn in your soccer gear to Coach Young, in the boys PE office, at Break or lunch this week.

 

There will be a mandatory football meeting  on Tuesday March 6th in X-1 at 3:15 for all Frosh/Soph and Varsity players who are planning on playing football next year. Please be prompt and we will see you Tuesday. 

 

We are Family.

 

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 2/28/18




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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 2/26/18




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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Friday, February 16th and these are your morning announcements…

 

A tailor in New York City, Thomas L. Jennings is credited with being the first African American to hold a U.S. patent. The patent, which was issued in 1821, was for a dry- cleaning process

 

Today is our Winter Assembly!  Students, you must show your school ID to enter the rally.  Students without their IDs will not be allowed into the gym. 

 

Dodgeball champions will be crowned today in the small gym at lunch.  If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball.

 

Calling all girls who code… or want to code.  Applications for a FREE summer immersion program is now open.  Come to Q1 to find out how you can become a girl who codes!

 

It’s selling like hotcakes!  Get your 50th Anniversary Yearbook at treering.com!

 

Do you want to help with criminal justice? Do you care about the falsely accused?  If so, please volunteer to participate in a short research study regarding the justice system. Come to Room S-1 anytime at lunch to get more information about how you can contribute or to schedule an appointment.

 

If you are interested in attending CCOC/SVCTE next year as your electives, please turn in an application by March 1. We have two schedules AM and PM schedule. Information about the courses or applications are located in the counseling office or see Ms Armstrong

 

Attention Seniors! Remember that March 2nd is the last day to file your FAFSA/DREAM ACT to earn FREE money for scholarship.  Don't miss this opportunity. 

 

The OG Band & Guard need your help collecting 2500 pairs of new & slightly used shoes to send to third world countries. Drop your shoes off at the band room or give to any band or guard member. Thanks for your support

 

Club Scene:

 

CSF: Seniors who have been in CSF need to remember that they must join this semester to qualify for Life Membership to earn the gold seal on their diploma. February 16th is the last day to turn in CSF applications.

 

 

Class News:

Volunteers and Community Service:

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:  

Congratulations to the Lady Eagles who defeated ST last night.  They are headed to the playoffs!  Good luck Eagles!

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 2/16/18




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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Thursday, February 15th and these are your morning announcements…

 

W.E.B. Du Bois became the first African American to earn a Ph.D. from Harvard. He is perhaps best known for his work in founding the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in 1909 and helping it to become the country's single most influential organization for African Americans.

 

Tomorrow is our winter assembly!  Wear your blue and gold Ealges!

 

Dodgeball continues today in the small gym at lunch.  If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball.

 

Calling all girls who code… or want to code.  Applications for a FREE summer immersion program is now open.  Come to Q1 to find out how you can become a girl who codes!

 

It’s selling like hotcakes!  Get your 50th Anniversary Yearbook at treering.com!

 

Do you want to help with criminal justice? Do you care about the falsely accused?  If so, please volunteer to participate in a short research study regarding the justice system. Come to Room S-1 anytime at lunch to get more information about how you can contribute or to schedule an appointment.

 

If you are interested in attending CCOC/SVCTE next year as your electives, please turn in an application by March 1. We have two schedules AM and PM schedule. Information about the courses or applications are located in the counseling office or see Ms Armstrong

 

Attention Seniors! Remember that March 2nd is the last day to file your FAFSA/DREAM ACT to earn FREE money for scholarship.  Don't miss this opportunity. 

 

 

Seniors, are you planning on attending Evergreen Valley college? This week, there will an application workshop for Evergreen valley college today, February 15th from 2-3PM in room G2. Please speak with Mr. Barraza in room H1C if you have any questions.

 

Have you ever craved milk tea while you were staying after school? Well you're in luck! Class of 2018 will be selling Gong Cha today at 3:30 in front of the student bank!

 

The OG Band & Guard need your help collecting 2500 pairs of new & slightly used shoes to send to third world countries. Drop your shoes off at the band room or give to any band or guard member. Thanks for your support

 

Celebrate lunar new year with VSU!  Today in the new quad at lunch!

Club Scene:

 

Calling all key clubbers! We will be having a meeting today in room X6. Come by to learn about upcoming events and find out how you could be a part of next year's board

 

CSF: Seniors who have been in CSF need to remember that they must join this semester to qualify for Life Membership to earn the gold seal on their diploma. February 16th is the last day to turn in CSF applications.

 

 

Class News:

Attention freshmen! Bring your ID and get into the girls basketball game vs. ST for FREE tonight. JV is at 5:30 and varsity is at 7. There will be a 1/2 court shot during halftime of the varsity game and the winner gets a free yearbook!

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:  

The Lady Eagles are home against ST tonight!  Come out and support the team and its seniors on senior night as they ramp up for the playoffs!  JV at 5:30pm and Varsity at 7pm.

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 2/15/18




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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Wednesday, February 14th and these are your morning announcements…

 

Since 1976, every American president has designated February as Black History Month and endorsed a specific theme. The Black History Month 2018 theme, “African Americans in Times of War,” marks the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I and honors the roles that black Americans have played in warfare, from the American Revolution to the present day.

 

Dodgeball continues today in the small gym at lunch.  If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball.

 

Calling all girls who code… or want to code.  Applications for a FREE summer immersion program is now open.  Come to Q1 to find out how you can become a girl who codes!

 

It’s selling like hotcakes!  Get your 50th Anniversary Yearbook at treering.com!

 

Drop by room X-1 today at the beginning of 3rd period to learn more about AP classes from our AP student panel. . See Ms. Lucero or your counselor to sign up for this presentation. 

 

Do you want to help with criminal justice? Do you care about the falsely accused?  If so, please volunteer to participate in a short research study regarding the justice system. Come to Room S-1 anytime at lunch to get more information about how you can contribute or to schedule an appointment.

 

If you are interested in attending CCOC/SVCTE next year as your electives, please turn in an application by March 1. We have two schedules AM and PM schedule. Information about the courses or applications are located in the counseling office or see Ms Armstrong

 

Damon Tighe is a representative of Bio-Rad, which distributes many of the science supplies and tools that we use. Damon will be showing and telling us about his favorite science tools, including the smallest scale you've seen to the most clever ways to use UV lights. The presentation is in Room S-1 tonight from 3:15 - 4:15 pm. To show our love of science, the first 25 people to arrive will receive a free red rose from Science Club!

 

Attention Seniors!

Remember that March 2nd is the last day to file your FAFSA/DREAM ACT to earn FREE money for scholarship.  Don't miss this opportunity. 

 

Financial aid counselors will be available in Computer lab E-7 from 3 p.m to 7 p.m. todayto assist you with your Fafsa or Dream Act application.  Bring your parents and their 2016 tax return.  It takes only 45 minutes to complete your application.  

 

Seniors, are you planning on attending De Anza or Evergreen Valley college? This week, there will an application workshop for De Anza on Wednesday, February 14th from 2-4PMin room G2, and an application workshop for Evergreen valley college on Thursday, February 15th from 2-3PM in room G2. Please speak with Mr. Barraza in room H1C if you have any questions.

 

Have you ever craved milk tea while you were staying after school? Well you're in luck! Class of 2018 will be selling Gong Cha this Thursday at 3:30 in front of the student bank!

 

 

The OG Band & Guard need your help collecting 2500 pairs of new & slightly used shoes to send to third world countries. Drop your shoes off at the band room or give to any band or guard member. Thanks for your support

 

Club Scene:

 

Calling all key clubbers! We will be having a meeting this Thursday in room X6. Come by to learn about upcoming events and find out how you could be a part of next year's board

 

CSF: Seniors who have been in CSF need to remember that they must join this semester to qualify for Life Membership to earn the gold seal on their diploma. February 16th is the last day to turn in CSF applications.

 

 

Class News:

Attention freshmen! Bring your ID and get into the girls basketball game vs. ST for FREE on Thursday. JV is at 5:30 and varsity is at 7. There will be a 1/2 court shot during halftime of the varsity game and the winner gets a free yearbook!

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:  

The Lady Eagles are home against ST on Thursday night!  Come out and support the team and its seniors on senior night as they ramp up for the playoffs!  JV at 5:30pm and Varsity at 7pm.

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 2/14/18




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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Tuesday, February 13th and these are your morning announcements…

 

Pledge…

 

Dodgeball continues today in the small gym at lunch.  If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball.

 

Calling all girls who code… or want to code.  Applications for a FREE summer immersion program is now open.  Come to Q1 to find out how you can become a girl who codes!

 

It’s selling like hotcakes!  Get your 50th Anniversary Yearbook at treering.com!

 

Drop by room X-1 on Wednesday, February 14th at the beginning of 3rd period to learn more about AP classes from our AP student panel. . See Ms. Lucero or your counselor to sign up for this presentation. 

 

Do you want to help with criminal justice? Do you care about the falsely accused?  If so, please volunteer to participate in a short research study regarding the justice system. Come to Room S-1 anytime at lunch to get more information about how you can contribute or to schedule an appointment.

 

If you are interested in attending CCOC/SVCTE next year as your electives, please turn in an application by March 1. We have two schedules AM and PM schedule. Information about the courses or applications are located in the counseling office or see Ms Armstrong

 

Damon Tighe is a representative of Bio-Rad, which distributes many of the science supplies and tools that we use. Damon will be showing and telling us about his favorite science tools, including the smallest scale you've seen to the most clever ways to use UV lights. The presentation is in Room S-1 on Feb 14 from 3:15 - 4:15 pm.To show our love of science, the first 25 people to arrive will receive a free red rose from Science Club!

 

Attention Seniors!

Remember that March 2nd is the last day to file your FAFSA/DREAM ACT to earn FREE money for scholarship.  Don't miss this opportunity. 

 

Financial aid counselors will be available in Computer lab E-7 from 3 p.m to 7 p.m. todayto assist you with your Fafsa or Dream Act application.  Bring your parents and their 2016 tax return.  It takes only 45 minutes to complete your application.  

 

Seniors, are you planning on attending De Anza or Evergreen Valley college? This week, there will an application workshop for De Anza on Wednesday, February 14th from 2-4PMin room G2, and an application workshop for Evergreen valley college on Thursday, February 15th from 2-3PM in room G2. Please speak with Mr. Barraza in room H1C if you have any questions.

 

Club Scene:

INTERACT INTERACT INTERACT! Interact will be selling wooden roses to be passed out on Valentine's Day in front of the  student bank until February 13th! One dollar for a rose and five dollars for a dozen!

 

Calling all key clubbers! We will be having a meeting this Thursday in room X6. Come by to learn about upcoming events and find out how you could be a part of next year's board

 

CSF: Seniors who have been in CSF need to remember that they must join this semester to qualify for Life Membership to earn the gold seal on their diploma. February 16th is the last day to turn in CSF applications.

 

 

Class News:

Attention freshmen! Bring your ID and get into the girls basketball game vs. ST for FREE on Thursday. JV is at 5:30 and varsity is at 7. There will be a 1/2 court shot during halftime of the varsity game and the winner gets a free yearbook!

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:  

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 2/13/18




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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 2/12/18




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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Monday, February 12th and these are your morning announcements…

 

George Washington Carter developed 300 derivative products from peanuts among them cheese, milk, coffee, flour, ink, dyes, plastics, wood stains, soap, linoleum, medicinal oils and cosmetics.

 

Dodgeball update!  Congrats to the sophomores who beat the seniors and the baseball team that beat Tristan’s team in last week’s matchups.   Don’t miss today’s dodgeball game at lunch in the small gym.

 

Calling all girls who code… or want to code.  Applications for a FREE summer immersion program is now open.  Come to Q1 to find out how you can become a girl who codes!

 

It’s selling like hotcakes!  Get your 50th Anniversary Yearbook at treering.com!

 

Drop by room X-1 on Wednesday, February 14th at the beginning of 3rd period to learn more about AP classes from our AP student panel. . See Ms. Lucero or your counselor to sign up for this presentation. 

 

Do you want to help with criminal justice? Do you care about the falsely accused?  If so, please volunteer to participate in a short research study regarding the justice system. Come to Room S-1 anytime at lunch to get more information about how you can contribute or to schedule an appointment.

 

If you are interested in attending CCOC/SVCTE next year as your electives, please turn in an application by March 1. We have two schedules AM and PM schedule. Information about the courses or applications are located in the counseling office or see Ms Armstrong

 

Damon Tighe is a representative of Bio-Rad, which distributes many of the science supplies and tools that we use. Damon will be showing and telling us about his favorite science tools, including the smallest scale you've seen to the most clever ways to use UV lights. The presentation is in Room S-1 on Feb 14 from 3:15 - 4:15 pm.To show our love of science, the first 25 people to arrive will receive a free red rose from Science Club!

 

Show me the money! Get help finding money for college by going to the Scholarship Lab on Tuesdays in room C1 from 2:30-3:30

 

Club Scene:

INTERACT INTERACT INTERACT! Interact will be selling wooden roses to be passed out on Valentine's Day in front of the  student bank until February 13th! One dollar for a rose and five dollars for a dozen!

 

Last Saturday Oak Grove had a campus clean up hosted by the Environmental Action Club! We collected over 130 gallons of trash around the school! Special thanks to JROTC, and other volunteers for cleaning up our campus! 

 

Calling all key clubbers! We will be having a meeting this Thursday in room X6. Come by to learn about upcoming events and find out how you could be a part of next year's board

 

CSF: Seniors who have been in CSF need to remember that they must join this semester to qualify for Life Membership to earn the gold seal on their diploma. February 16th is the last day to turn in CSF applications.

 

 

Class News:

ATTENTION ALL JUNIORS, FANTASTICS PRACTICE 130 to 3. In X1 BE THERE” 

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:  

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 2/12/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Friday, February 9th and these are your morning announcements…

In honor of our 50th Anniversary, here is yet another Friday Factoid involving that number 50:  Shirley Chisholm was the first Afircan American woman elected to the House of Representatives.  She was elected 50 years ago in 1968.  Four years later, she became the first African American and first female candidate for the presidency of the United States.

 

 

Dodgeball update!  Congrats to the Seniors who beat the Sophomores yesterday in the tournament opener.  Today it’s

 

Don’t forget: ADA Saturday School will be this Saturday, February 10th from 8:00-12:00.

 

Calling all girls who code… or want to code.  Applications for a FREE summer immersion program is now open.  Come to Q1 to find out how you can become a girl who codes!

 

It’s selling like hotcakes!  Get your 50th Anniversary Yearbook at treering.com!

 

Drop by room X-1 on Wednesday, February 14th at the beginning of 3rd period to learn more about AP classes from our AP student panel. . See Ms. Lucero or your counselor to sign up for this presentation. 

 

Do you want to help with criminal justice? Do you care about the falsely accused?  If so, please volunteer to participate in a short research study regarding the justice system. Come to Room S-1 anytime at lunch to get more information about how you can contribute or to schedule an appointment.

 

 

Club Scene:

Hey Oak Grove! Environmental Action Club will be hosting a campus cleanup event to help tidy up the campus before Valentine's day! We will also be collaborating with AFJROTC, ARK, Interact, and Key Club! The event will be on February 10th, this Saturday, from 8 am - 12 pm! We will meet on the basketball courts and snacks will be provided! 

 

CSF: Seniors who have been in CSF need to remember that they must join this semester to qualify for Life Membership to earn the gold seal on their diploma. February 16th is the last day to turn in CSF applications.

 

 

Class News:

ATTENTION JUNIOR!!! SIGN UP FOR FANTASTICS! MANDATORY MEETING AT LUNCH IN Q1. PRACTICE STARTS MONDAY!! Ask your 2019 Board for more info! 

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:  

The boys basketball team takes on Branham tonight at home.  They need your support to push through to the playoffs!  JV at 5 and Varsity at 7pm.

 

Attention all potential track and field athletes! Did you miss the sign ups last week? It is not too late! Please stop by room X6 at lunch, in between classes, or after school to sign up or talk to a coach about joining

 

Do you want to learn how to swim while having fun and experience the thrill of swimming competitions?

Join The OGSH Swimming Team. We're looking for dedicated students who enjoy swimming. Come see us by the pool after school.

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 2/9/18




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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Thursday, February 8th and these are your morning announcements…

 

In 1992, Dr. Mae Jemison became the first African American woman to go into space aboard the space shuttle Endeavor. During her eight-day mission, she worked with U.S. and Japanese researchers, and was a co-investigator on a bone cell experiment.

 

Dodgeball starts today at lunch in the small gym with the Seniors vs. the Sophomores.  Don’t miss any of the 8th annual Dodgeball tourney!

 

ADA Saturday School will be this Saturday, February 10th from 8:00-12:00.

 

Calling all girls who code… or want to code.  Applications for a FREE summer immersion program is now open.  Come to Q1 to find out how you can become a girl who codes!

 

Don’t forget to go to treering.com to order your 50th anniversary yearbook this year!

 

All dodgeball teams must check in today to see when they are playing.  Check in to Q1 today at lunch.  Again, dodgeball teams must check in today for their schedule.

 

Driver’s ED: Students interested in taking Driver's Ed after school please sign up with Ms. Lucero in the counseling office. 

 

Hi there Eagle Yogi's. Yoga will be in H-2 today. There are two sessions, one at 2:15 to 3:15 and another at 3:30 to 4:30. It's never to late to start a new practice that helps your body and mind. All levels welcome. See you this Thursday in H-2.

 

Are you interested in exploring career paths, going to college, owning your own business, or making some money while you’re still at Oak Grove?  Well then, the Academy of Hospitality Entrepreneurship is the program for you.  Sign up for the academy elective class for your grade level, or talk to Ms. Coburn in E-12 for more details.

 

Attention Link Crew! There will be a short meeting today at lunch in room U111. Please be there!

 

Club Scene:

Oak Grove’s BSU, took 1st place in jeopardy yesterday against all schools at the De Anza Conference for Black History Month!! Congratulations to all who went yesterday and happy black history month! 

 

Hey Oak Grove! Environmental Action Club will be hosting a campus cleanup event to help tidy up the campus before Valentine's day! We will also be collaborating with AFJROTC, ARK, Interact, and Key Club! The event will be on February 11, this Sunday, from 8 am - 12 pm! We will meet on the basketball courts and snacks will be provided! 

 

CSF: Seniors who have been in CSF need to remember that they must join this semester to qualify for Life Membership to earn the gold seal on their diploma. February 16th is the last day to turn in CSF applications.

 

Announcement: UNICEF!UNICEF!UNICEF! Come to room Mr. Lee's room G3 at lunch this Thursday for a meeting regarding our Annual Snowflake Ball. There will be food, entertainment, cute decor and fun people. So be cool like a snowflake and come on by to see how you can join in on this fun.

 

Class News:

Attention ALL JUNIORS!! FANTASTICS MEETING TOMORROW IN Q1, PRACTICE IS BEGINNING, sign up and talk to your board members ASAP. 

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:  

The Lady Eagles bball team remain in 2nd place with a home game coming up tonight tip off for the JV is at 5:30 and Varsity is immediately after at 7.  Come support your friends and sisters as they make a playoff and championship push.

 

Attention all potential track and field athletes! Did you miss the sign ups last week? It is not too late! Please stop by room X6 at lunch, in between classes, or after school to sign up or talk to a coach about joining

 

Softball is still looking for more players, if you are interested please come out to practice Monday at 1:30pm.

 

Do you want to learn how to swim while having fun and experience the thrill of swimming competitions?

Join The OGSH Swimming Team. We're looking for dedicated students who enjoy swimming. Come see us by the pool after school.

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 2/8/18




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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Wednesday, February 7th and these are your morning announcements…

 

When African-American neurosurgeon Ben Carson, who is now the Secretary of the US Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, was a child, his mother required him to read two library books a week and give her written reports, even though she was barely literate. She would then take the papers and pretend to carefully review them, placing a checkmark at the top of the page to show her approval. The assignments inspired Carson's eventual love of reading and learning.

 

ADA Saturday School will be this Saturday, February 10th from 8:00-12:00.

 

Calling all girls who code… or want to code.  Applications for a FREE summer immersion program is now open.  Come to Q1 to find out how you can become a girl who codes!

 

Ladies! The Oak Grove Grand Ball at the San Jose Tech Museum will be here before you know it!  That’s why you need to sign up for the princess project for your opportunity to get a free prom dress.  Sign ups begin today in Q1 at break and lunch!

 

Do you need a sweater or a jacket? Come see us in PF20 during Break or Lunch.

 

Don’t forget to go to treering.com to order your 50th anniversary yearbook this year!

 

All dodgeball teams must check in today to see when they are playing.  Check in to Q1 today at lunch.  Again, dodgeball teams must check in today for their schedule.

 

Driver’s ED: Students interested in taking Driver's Ed after school please sign up with Ms. Lucero in the counseling office. 

 

Hi there Eagle Yogi's. Yoga will be in H-2 this Thursday. There are two sessions, one at 2:15 to 3:15 and another at 3:30 to 4:30. It's never to late to start a new practice that helps your body and mind. All levels welcome. See you this Thursday in H-2.

 

Are you interested in exploring career paths, going to college, owning your own business, or making some money while you’re still at Oak Grove?  Well then, the Academy of Hospitality Entrepreneurship is the program for you.  Sign up for the academy elective class for your grade level, or talk to Ms. Coburn in E-12 for more details.

Attention Link Crew! There will be a short meeting tomorrow at lunch in room U111. Please be there!

 

Club Scene:

Hey Oak Grove! Environmental Action Club will be hosting a campus cleanup event to help tidy up the campus before Valentine's day! We will also be collaborating with AFJROTC, ARK, Interact, and Key Club! The event will be on February 11, this Sunday, from 8 am - 12 pm! We will meet on the basketball courts and snacks will be provided! 

 

CSF: Seniors who have been in CSF need to remember that they must join this semester to qualify for Life Membership to earn the gold seal on their diploma. February 16th is the last day to turn in CSF applications.

 

Announcement: UNICEF!UNICEF!UNICEF! Come to room Mr. Lee's room G3 at lunch this Thursday for a meeting regarding our Annual Snowflake Ball. There will be food, entertainment, cute decor and fun people. So be cool like a snowflake and come on by to see how you can join in on this fun.

 

Class News:

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:  

Tonight our boys basketball team takes on Pioneer at home.  Come cheer them on as they make a run for the playoffs!  JV at 5:30 and Varsity at 7pm.

 

Attention all potential track and field athletes! Did you miss the sign ups last week? It is not too late! Please stop by room X6 at lunch, in between classes, or after school to sign up or talk to a coach about joining

 

Softball is still looking for more players, if you are interested please come out to practice Monday at 1:30pm.

 

Do you want to learn how to swim while having fun and experience the thrill of swimming competitions?

Join The OGSH Swimming Team. We're looking for dedicated students who enjoy swimming. Come see us by the pool after school.

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 2/7/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Tuesday, February 6th and these are your morning announcements…

 

Pledge…

 

ADA Saturday School will be this Saturday, February 10th from 8:00-12:00.

 

Calling all girls who code… or want to code.  Applications for a FREE summer immersion program is now open.  Come to Q1 to find out how you can become a girl who codes!

 

Ladies! The Oak Grove Grand Ball at the San Jose Tech Museum will be here before you know it!  That’s why you need to sign up for the princess project for your opportunity to get a free prom dress.  Sign ups begin today in Q1 at break and lunch!

 

Do you need a sweater or a jacket? Come see us in PF20 during Break or Lunch.

 

Don’t forget to go to treering.com to order your 50th anniversary yearbook this year!

 

Team captains meeting the dodgeball tournament will be held in Q1 today at lunch.  Dodgeball meeting in Q1 at lunch today.

 

Driver’s ED: Students interested in taking Driver's Ed after school please sign up with Ms. Lucero in the counseling office. 

 

Hi there Eagle Yogi's. Yoga will be in H-2 this Thursday. There are two sessions, one at 2:15 to 3:15 and another at 3:30 to 4:30. It's never to late to start a new practice that helps your body and mind. All levels welcome. See you this Thursday in H-2.

 

Are you interested in exploring career paths, going to college, owning your own business, or making some money while you’re still at Oak Grove?  Well then, the Academy of Hospitality Entrepreneurship is the program for you.  Sign up for the academy elective class for your grade level, or talk to Ms. Coburn in E-12 for more details.

 

Club Scene:

 

CSF: There is still time to pick up a CSF application for the 2nd semester membership. Come to room U105 at lunch.

 

Class News:

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:  

Tomorrow night our boys basketball team takes on Pioneer at home.  Come cheer them on as they make a run for the playoffs!  JV at 5:30 and Varsity at 7pm.

 

Attention all potential track and field athletes! Did you miss the sign ups last week? It is not too late! Please stop by room X6 at lunch, in between classes, or after school to sign up or talk to a coach about joining

 

Softball is still looking for more players, if you are interested please come out to practice Monday at 1:30pm.

 

Do you want to learn how to swim while having fun and experience the thrill of swimming competitions?

Join The OGSH Swimming Team. We're looking for dedicated students who enjoy swimming. Come see us by the pool after school.

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 2/6/18




Audience: Athletics, NCAA, Course Catalog, Academics, Fall Sports, Winter Sports, College Information, Spring Sports, Counseling, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Administration, Parents, Parents, Administration, DACA, Martha Cabrera, Athletics, Testing, Grade 09, Grade 10, Library Media Lessons, Grade 11, Grade 12, Library Research Center, All Grades, Instructional Support Team (IST), Martha Cabrera, Fall Sports, Staff Resources, About Us, AVID, NCAA Division 3, Financial Aid & Scholarships, Presentations, Course Catalog, Parent Groups, Parents, Staff Resources, Work Permit, College Information, Testing, Spartan East Side Promise, Academics, Library Research Center, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Martha Cabrera, Departments, Naviance, Departments, NCAA Division 1, Parent Groups, AVID, Summer Programs, Homepage, Summer Programs, Homepage, Spartan East Side Promise, Presentations, Library Media Lessons, Counseling, Instructional Support Team (IST), Work Permit, Naviance, NCAA Division 3, Winter Sports, Spring Sports, About Us, NCAA Division 1, NCAA, Graduation Requirements, Financial Aid & Scholarships, DACA and Graduation Requirements

We need your donations for these events to be successful. Start gathering your items and mark your calendar with these drop off dates.

Donation Drop Off Dates: Saturday Feb 10 & 17, from 10am to 2pm Drop off all items at the OG student parking lot on Eagles Lane:

  • Shoes must be in good, usable condition. No dirty or torn shoes. Pairs only.
  • Auction items must be good, useable items (video games, Legos, books, bikes, skateboards, kitchenware and appliances, collectibles, camping gear, tools, CDs & DVDs, gift cards). No clothing or furniture.
  • Goodwill accepts e-waste, clothing, and books.

Please see attached flyer for more information

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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 2/5/18




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ADA Saturday School is Saturday, February 10th.  This is a great opportunity to clear one full day's absence, to study, make up work, and/or to receive extra credit (pending teacher approval).  

 

Hours for Saturday school are from 8:00-12:00.  

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Posted by: Karen Aragon
Published: 2/2/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Friday, February 2st and these are your morning announcements…

In honor of our 50th anniversary, here is another Friday factoid involving that number 50:  50 years ago in 1968, Thurgood Marshall took his seat as the first African-American justice of the United States Supreme Court.

 

 

Ladies! The Oak Grove Grand Ball at the San Jose Tech Museum will be here before you know it!  That’s why you need to sign up for the princess project for your opportunity to get a free prom dress.  Sign ups begin today in Q1 at break and lunch!

 

Do you need a sweater or a jacket? Come see us in PF20 during Break or Lunch.

 

Don’t forget to go to treering.com to order your 50th anniversary yearbook this year!

 

Today is the last day of Dodgeball signups.  Sign up in Q1 at break or lunch and see if your team can take it all!

 

Driver’s ED: Students interested in taking Driver's Ed after school please sign up with Ms. Lucero in the counseling office. 

 

Club Scene:

The Acts of Random Kindness Club would like to kick off the new year with a meeting today in U108. Come hear about all the exciting events you can be apart of! See ya there! 

 

CSF: There is still time to pick up a CSF application for the 2nd semester membership. Come to room U105 at lunch.

 

Today, our January scientist of the month will present a reflection about his experiments that were on board the Space Shuttle Columbia's last mission. The talk begins at 3:15 pm in Room S-1.

 

 

Class News:

Seniors!  Order your senior portraits with JP Impressions.  Do it now and avoid last minute hassles.

 

Seniors come to Q1 during break or lunch this week to make sure you appear the way you want to in our 50th Anniversary Yearbook.  Available online at treering.com

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:  

 The Varsity girls defeated ST 55-28 on Wednesday night.  They were led by Daylene with 14 points, Stefanie and Nelanie each had 8.  They are now tied for 1st with a big away game tonight vs. Live Oak.  Good luck ladies!

 

Attention all potential track and field athletes! Did you miss the sign ups last week? It is not too late! Please stop by room X6 at lunch, in between classes, or after school to sign up or talk to a coach about joining

 

Softball is still looking for more players, if you are interested please come out to practice Monday at 1:30pm.

 

Do you want to learn how to swim while having fun and experience the thrill of swimming competitions?

Join The OGSH Swimming Team. We're looking for dedicated students who enjoy swimming. Come see us by the pool after school.

 

Boys Volleyball - It's not too late, boys volleyball tryouts continue today, 4-7 PM in the small gym

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 2/2/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Thursday February 1st  and these are your morning announcements…

The celebration of Black History Month began as “Negro History Week,” which was created in 1926 by Carter G. Woodson a noted African American historian, scholar, educator, and publisher. It became a month-long celebration in 1976. The month of February was chosen to coincide with the birthdays of Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln.

 

 

Ladies! The Oak Grove Grand Ball at the San Jose Tech Museum will be here before you know it!  That’s why you need to sign up for the princess project for your opportunity to get a free prom dress.  Sign ups begin today in Q1 at break and lunch!

 

Do you need a sweater or a jacket? Come see us in PF20 during Break or Lunch.

 

Don’t forget to go to treering.com to order your 50th anniversary yearbook this year!

 

If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge ball.  The 8th annual dodgeball tournament is here.  Sign up all week in Q1 at break and lunch.  Clubs! Form your own team today and see if your club can take it all!  Individuals without a team can sign up and play on a rogue team.  Tomorrow at lunch is your last chance!

 

SVCTE, otherwise known as CCOC is now accepting applications for next year.  Sign up for a free presentation to see what they have to offer in the main office with Ms. Lucero.  Deadline is Feb. 1st.

 

Driver’s ED: Students interested in taking Driver's Ed after school please sign up with Ms. Lucero in the counseling office. 

 

Did you know that taking AP classes will better prepare you for college, enhance your college resume, raise your school GPA, help you earn college credit while in high school and save you tuition dollars? Attend our AP info tonight in Room X-1 from 6 to 7 p.m. Our AP student panel will be available to answer questions and provide you with tips to be successful in these AP classes. 

 

Club Scene:

The Acts of Random Kindness Club would like to kick off the new year with a meeting this Friday in U108. Come hear about all the exciting events you can be apart of! See ya there! 

 

INTERACT INTERACT INTERACT! There will be an Interact meeting TODAY at lunch in X-1! Be there to learn more about board member opportunities, upcoming events, and more!

 

Interclub Council Meeting  today at lunch in room Q1.  Valentine’s Week Sale proposals must be entered by next week.  For more information, come to the interclub council meeting this Thursday in Q1.

 

CSF: There is still time to pick up a CSF application for the 2nd semester membership. Come to room U105 at lunch.

 

Today, our January scientist of the month will present a reflection about his experiments that were on board the Space Shuttle Columbia's last mission. The talk begins at 3:15 pm in Room S-1.

 

 

Class News:

Seniors!  Order your senior portraits with JP Impressions.  Do it now and avoid last minute hassles.

 

Seniors come to Q1 during break or lunch this week to make sure you appear the way you want to in our 50th Anniversary Yearbook.  Available online at treering.com

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:  

Attention all potential track and field athletes! Did you miss the sign ups last week? It is not too late! Please stop by room X6 at lunch, in between classes, or after school to sign up or talk to a coach about joining

 

Softball is still looking for more players, if you are interested please come out to practice Monday at 1:30pm.

 

The golf team will have a team meeting at 3pm today in front of the large gym.

 

Boys Volleyball - It's not too late, boys volleyball tryouts continue today and tomorrow, 4-7 PM in the small gym

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 2/1/18




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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Friday January 26th  and these are your morning announcements…

In honor of our 50th birthday here is another Friday Factoid involving that number 50:  The world record for typing 1-50 is 14.88 seconds.  Part of this record requires a full stop after each number.  Go home and try it!

 

Seniors, are you planning on attending a community college? This upcoming Monday, January 29th, local community colleges will be giving a presentation in room X1 at 12:30PM.  De Anza, Foothill, Evergreen Valley, Mission, and San Jose City college will all be in attendance. Hope to see you there!

 

Do you need a sweater or a jacket? Come see us in PF20 during Break or Lunch.

 

Students who are interested in taking AP Studio art next year, the meeting is today at lunch in D4. Please stop in to get a clear idea of what to expect and to ask questions.

 

 

Don’t forget to go to treering.com to order your 50th anniversary yearbook this year!

 

Hi there Eagle Yogi's. Yoga will be in H-2 this Friday. There are two sessions, one at 2:15 to 3:15 and another at 3:30 to 4:30.

 

ADA Saturday School is this Saturday, January 27th.  This is a great opportunity to clear one full day's absence, to study, make up work, and/or to receive extra credit (pending teacher approval).  

 

If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge ball.  The 8th annual dodgeball tournament is here.  Sign up all week in Q1 at break and lunch.  This is a co-ed tournament.  Minimum five players needed.  Sign up in Q1!

 

SVCTE, otherwise known as CCOC is now accepting applications for next year.  Sign up for a free presentation to see what they have to offer in the main office with Ms. Lucero.  Deadline is Feb. 1st.

 

Driver’s ED: Students interested in taking Driver's Ed after school please sign up with Ms. Lucero in the counseling office. 

 

Club Scene:

 

CSF:  First semester report cards are in the mail, so all excellent students should come by room U105 at lunch to pick up the second semester CSF applications.  See Mr. Kick in room U105 if you have any questions

 

Come meet someone who has designed vacuum cleaners and space computers, predicted cracking of asphalt on roads and calculated levels of malaria in Africa. Our guest speaker has also worked in air traffic safety and has published scientific papers on phase diagrams and plant growth. He has consulted NASA, Google, the US Army Corps of Engineers, and many other organizations. Come to Room S-1 from 3:15 - 4:15 pm on January 31st to meet the next scientist in our monthly series.

 

 

Class News:

Seniors!  Order your senior portraits with JP Impressions.  Do it now and avoid last minute hassles.

 

FRESHMEN FRESHMEN FRESHMEN! Want to know more about fantastics or even be apart of it? Make sure to stop by X-1 during lunch today to listen to an informational meeting from your class board!

 

Seniors come to Q1 during break or lunch this week to make sure you appear the way you want to in our 50th Anniversary Yearbook.  Available online at treering.com

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:  

Track and field signups are today at lunch and after school in K-10

 

Boys Volleyball tryouts begin on Tuesday January 30th from 3:15-6 PM in the small gym

 

Today is the last day to ask to join the Badminton Team! Stop by at the basketball courts at 3:30 pm to sign up and start conditioning! Now is your chance, you can't miss it

 

Softball: It’s time for softball tryouts! Tryouts will begin on January 29th at 3pm.  Bring you’re “A” game! 

 

Attention Track and Field athletes and all students who want to train with the track and field strength and conditioning program.  We meet every Monday's at 2:45 in the weight room and Tuesday throughout Friday at 3:45 in the weight.  You are not expected to be in shape.  Hope to see you there.

 

Baseball tryouts also begins next Monday, January 29th, at 3pm.

 

Remember, all league games home and away are free with the purchase of an ASB card for $20 at the student bank.

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 1/26/18




Audience: Athletics, NCAA, Course Catalog, Academics, Fall Sports, Winter Sports, College Information, Spring Sports, Counseling, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Administration, Teachers, Students, Parents, Parents, Administration, DACA, Martha Cabrera, Athletics, Testing, Grade 09, Grade 10, Library Media Lessons, Grade 11, Grade 12, All Grades, Library Research Center, Instructional Support Team (IST), Martha Cabrera, Fall Sports, Staff, Staff Resources, Principals, About Us, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Afterschool Professionals, AVID, NCAA Division 3, Financial Aid & Scholarships, Presentations, Course Catalog, Parent Groups, Parents, Staff Resources, Work Permit, College Information, Testing, Spartan East Side Promise, Academics, Library Research Center, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Martha Cabrera, Departments, Naviance, Departments, NCAA Division 1, Parent Groups, AVID, Summer Programs, Homepage, Summer Programs, Homepage, Spartan East Side Promise, Presentations, Library Media Lessons, Counseling, Instructional Support Team (IST), Work Permit, Naviance, NCAA Division 3, Winter Sports, Spring Sports, About Us, NCAA Division 1, NCAA, Graduation Requirements, Financial Aid & Scholarships, DACA and Graduation Requirements

Immigration Matters and Know Your Rights

 

Date and Time Options  Monday January 29, 2018 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. or Wednesday January 31, 2018 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

 

Location  FIRST 5 Santa Clara County 4000 Moorpark Ave. Community Room, Suite 100 San Jose, CA 95117

 

Please see attached flyer for more information.

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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 1/24/18




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What: Volunteer Cabin Leaders

When: Feb 4-9, 2018

Who: High School Students

How: send students to www.waldenwest.org/volunteer for more information and to apply

Why: science enrichment, build leadership skills, add to portfolio

 

Walden West supports high school student’s by providing up 100 hours of service learning credit earned as cabin leaders while enriching their current knowledge in our field classes. Training and support is provided throughout the week.

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 1/18/18




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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Thursday, January 18th  and these are your morning announcements…

Here’s an interesting fact for your Thursday Morning:  Facebook Addiction Disorder is a mental disorder identified by psychologists.  The use of social media releases a chemical called dopamine into your brain, the same chemical that is known to cause addictive behaviors to drugs. 

 

Attention all Peru travelers, there is a mandatory today in D4 at lunch. We will be discussing important details of the trip, so make sure to be on time! If you have not signed up yet, but are interested, please attend as well- students and adults welcome!

 

Do you need a sweater or a jacket? Come see us in PF20 during Break or Lunch.

 

Don’t forget to go to treering.com to order your 50th anniversary yearbook this year!

 

Watch out for that terrible flu going around!  Students please make sure to wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds while vigorously scrubbing them together. Don’t pee and flee. Wash your hands before leaving the bathroom.

 

 

Club Scene:

CSF:  First semester report cards are in the mail, so all excellent students should come by room U109 at lunch to pick up the second semester CSF applications.  See Mr. Kick in room U109 if you have any questions

 

Our Science Club guest speaker series continues this semester! Mark your calendars for January 31 from 3:15 - 4:15 pm when Boris Veytsman will discuss a reflection on his life as a Soviet scientist and some of his experiments that were on board the space shuttle Columbia's last mission. The talk will be given in Room S-1. More details will be coming next week!

 

OG Rock Climbers: Mark your calendar for our first rock climbing day of the semester on February 2nd after period 7 in the Small Gym. We have the rest of our second semester dates posted in Room S-1. All equipment is provided and beginners are welcome. Build some core strength and stretch both your mind and muscles!

 

It's right around the corner... The Oak Grove Winter Chess Tournament! Sign up in Room S-1 to reserve your spot for the January 23 tournament which will run from 3:15 - 5:15 pm. An engraved first place trophy will be awarded, along with cash prizes. 

 

All Native American Students, come and learn about the local Native American local community and how to get involved today at Lunch in room in X-1. Lunch will be available. 

 

Class News:

Seniors!  Order your senior portraits with JP Impressions.  Do it now and avoid last minute hassles.

 

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Walden West is looking again for a few good volunteers.  Look on our school website for more information!

Sporting News:

Tonight, our girls basketball team is home taking on Piedmont Hills.  Tomorrow night, the boys are home against Mt. Pleasant.  Don’t a single game of this exciting season!

 

Attention Track and Field athletes We will not meet today or Friday of this week only. 

 

Those interested in baseball can attend a meeting this Thursday at lunch in the main gym.

 

SPRING IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER!!! The Badminton Team is having their Recruitment Meeting this fridayduring lunch in X-1! If you are interested in trying out for the team, come out and see what they have to offer!

 

Remember, all league games home and away are free with the purchase of an ASB card for $20 at the student bank.

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 1/18/18




Audience: Athletics, NCAA, Course Catalog, Academics, Fall Sports, Winter Sports, College Information, Spring Sports, Counseling, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Administration, Parents, Administration, DACA, Martha Cabrera, Athletics, Testing, Grade 09, Grade 10, Library Media Lessons, Grade 11, Grade 12, Library Research Center, All Grades, Instructional Support Team (IST), Martha Cabrera, Fall Sports, Staff Resources, About Us, AVID, NCAA Division 3, Financial Aid & Scholarships, Presentations, Course Catalog, Parent Groups, Parents, Staff Resources, Work Permit, College Information, Testing, Spartan East Side Promise, Academics, Library Research Center, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Martha Cabrera, Departments, Naviance, Departments, NCAA Division 1, Parent Groups, AVID, Summer Programs, Homepage, Summer Programs, Homepage, Spartan East Side Promise, Presentations, Library Media Lessons, Counseling, Instructional Support Team (IST), Work Permit, Naviance, NCAA Division 3, Winter Sports, Spring Sports, About Us, NCAA Division 1, NCAA, Graduation Requirements, Financial Aid & Scholarships, DACA and Graduation Requirements

What Parents Should Know about Social, Emotional and Mental Health for

Your Child’s Wellness

 

January 17 at 6:00pm in room X-1 (Spanish)

February 7 6:00 pm in room X-1 (English)

 

Gain valuable knowledge, wellness strategies and parent support

 

  • Why Mental Health and Physical Health are equally important!
  • What are typical child/teen behaviors and issues, versus what are more serious?
  • Why getting support early is so important!
  • What can a parent say or do to help? What is my role?
  • What resources are available and how to get support?
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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 1/17/18




Audience: Athletics, NCAA, Course Catalog, Academics, Fall Sports, Winter Sports, College Information, Spring Sports, Counseling, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Administration, Parents, Parents, Administration, DACA, Martha Cabrera, Athletics, Testing, Grade 09, Grade 10, Library Media Lessons, Grade 11, Grade 12, Library Research Center, All Grades, Instructional Support Team (IST), Martha Cabrera, Fall Sports, Staff Resources, About Us, AVID, NCAA Division 3, Financial Aid & Scholarships, Presentations, Course Catalog, Parent Groups, Parents, Staff Resources, Work Permit, College Information, Testing, Spartan East Side Promise, Academics, Library Research Center, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Martha Cabrera, Departments, Naviance, Departments, NCAA Division 1, Parent Groups, AVID, Summer Programs, Homepage, Summer Programs, Homepage, Spartan East Side Promise, Presentations, Library Media Lessons, Counseling, Instructional Support Team (IST), Work Permit, Naviance, NCAA Division 3, Winter Sports, Spring Sports, About Us, NCAA Division 1, NCAA, Graduation Requirements, Financial Aid & Scholarships, DACA and Graduation Requirements


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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 1/16/18




Audience: Athletics, NCAA, Course Catalog, Academics, Fall Sports, Winter Sports, College Information, Spring Sports, Counseling, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Administration, Parents, Parents, Administration, DACA, Martha Cabrera, Athletics, Testing, Grade 09, Grade 10, Library Media Lessons, Grade 11, Grade 12, Library Research Center, All Grades, Instructional Support Team (IST), Martha Cabrera, Fall Sports, Staff Resources, About Us, AVID, NCAA Division 3, Financial Aid & Scholarships, Presentations, Course Catalog, Parent Groups, Parents, Staff Resources, Work Permit, College Information, Testing, Spartan East Side Promise, Academics, Library Research Center, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Martha Cabrera, Departments, Naviance, Departments, NCAA Division 1, Parent Groups, AVID, Summer Programs, Homepage, Summer Programs, Homepage, Spartan East Side Promise, Presentations, Library Media Lessons, Counseling, Instructional Support Team (IST), Work Permit, Naviance, NCAA Division 3, Winter Sports, Spring Sports, About Us, NCAA Division 1, NCAA, Graduation Requirements, Financial Aid & Scholarships, DACA and Graduation Requirements

Students and Parents,

Come and learn about the local Native American Community and how you can get involved.  This includes the youth empowerment and youth leadership group, youth dance and drum, and workforce development programs. 

This Thursday January 18th at 12:30pm in room X-1 

Sandwiches will be provided. 

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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 1/16/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

ADA Saturday School is Saturday, January 27th.  This is a great opportunity to clear one full day's absence, to study, make up work, and/or to receive extra credit (pending teacher approval).  

 

Hours for Saturday school are from 8:00-12:00.  

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Posted by: Karen Aragon
Published: 1/16/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Friday January 12th  and these are your morning announcements…

In honor of Oak Grove’s 50th Anniversary, here is another Friday Factoid involving that number 50.  The Australian Redback Spider can catch and eat a snake 50 times its own size.  Happy Birthday Year Oak Grove!

 

Congratulations to January’s Students of the Month who will receive a Principal's Certificate and a free sandwich from Jersey Mike's:

Freshman: William Nguyen and Charlotte Homan

Sophomores: Stephanie Phan and Andrew Matamoros-Herrera

Juniors: Pamela Ramos-Rangel and Toan Vuong

Seniors: Sophia Guzules and Austin Lam

 

 

Do you need a sweater or a jacket? Come see us in PF20 during Break or Lunch.

 

Don’t forget to go to treering.com to order your 50th anniversary yearbook this year!

 

Watch out for that terrible flu going around!  Students please make sure to wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds while vigorously scrubbing them together. Don’t pee and flee. Wash your hands before leaving the bathroom.

 

 

Club Scene:

Attention all clubs: There will be an Interclub Council meeting on Tuesday during lunch in Q1.  There will be fundraising and performance opportunities announced.  Be informed!

 

Our Science Club guest speaker series continues this semester! Mark your calendars for January 31 from 3:15 - 4:15 pm when Boris Veytsman will discuss a reflection on his life as a Soviet scientist and some of his experiments that were on board the space shuttle Columbia's last mission. The talk will be given in Room S-1. More details will be coming next week!

 

 

Class News:

Seniors!  Order your senior portraits with JP Impressions.  Do it now and avoid last minute hassles.

 

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

Attention Track and Field athletes and all students who want to train with the track and field strength and conditioning program, the time to start training is now. Next week, Tuesday through Friday, we will have a team meeting every day at the weight room at 3:45.  Strength and conditioning starts at 4.  You are not expected to be in shape.  Hope to see you there.

 

Eagles!  Fly to Pioneer tonight and watch our boys basketball team run and gun the Mustangs!  JV at 5:30 and Varsity at 7pm.

 

Badminton will be starting pre-season practices Mondays, in the Big Gym 12:30 to 2:30 pm for those interesting in joining this year. Don’t have a racket? The school will provide temporary rackets  during these practices.

 

Boys Volleyball.  There will be an informational meeting for the upcoming Boys Volleyball season today during lunch in the large gym.  Go Eagles!

 

 

Remember, all league games home and away are free with the purchase of an ASB card for $20 at the student bank.

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 1/12/18




Audience: Athletics, NCAA, Course Catalog, Academics, Fall Sports, Winter Sports, College Information, Spring Sports, Counseling, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Administration, Teachers, Students, Parents, Parents, Administration, DACA, Martha Cabrera, Athletics, Testing, Grade 09, Grade 10, Library Media Lessons, Grade 11, Grade 12, All Grades, Library Research Center, Instructional Support Team (IST), Martha Cabrera, Fall Sports, Staff, Staff Resources, Principals, About Us, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Afterschool Professionals, AVID, NCAA Division 3, Financial Aid & Scholarships, Presentations, Course Catalog, Parent Groups, Parents, Staff Resources, Work Permit, College Information, Testing, Spartan East Side Promise, Academics, Library Research Center, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Martha Cabrera, Departments, Naviance, Departments, NCAA Division 1, Parent Groups, AVID, Summer Programs, Homepage, Summer Programs, Homepage, Spartan East Side Promise, Presentations, Library Media Lessons, Counseling, Instructional Support Team (IST), Work Permit, Naviance, NCAA Division 3, Winter Sports, Spring Sports, About Us, NCAA Division 1, NCAA, Graduation Requirements, Financial Aid & Scholarships, DACA and Graduation Requirements


 

 

If you have any questions please contact Ms. Cabrera 408.347.6556 (Spanish)

Ms. Valarie 408.347.6836 (English).

If you need other translation please let us know.
We are so happy to partner with Second Harvest to ensure that all our students and families have access to nutritious food.

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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 1/10/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Wednesday January 10th  and these are your morning announcements…

On this day in 1982, Dwight Clark of the San Francisco 49ers makes “The Catch”.  Arguably one of the greatest sports moments in Bay Area history, “the catch” propelled the 49ers to Super Bowl 16, where they beat the Cincinnati Bengals  26-21.  How did the Oak Grove Eagles do that year?  We were 6-4, second in our league but went on to defeat an undefeated Salinas team in the first round of the CCS playoffs.  Go Eagles!

 

 

 

Do you need a sweater or a jacket? Come see us in PF20 during Break or Lunch.

 

Don’t forget to to go to treering.com to order your 50th anniversary yearbook this year!

 

Club Scene:

Hey Eagles! If you're interested in performing with both KPOP and Choreo in the next rally, come on out to their meeting in X1 this Wednesday, January 10th at lunch. Hope to see you there!

 

Chao may ban! Hello VSU members! VSU will be having its first club meeting of the year this Thursday at lunch in X-1. Stop by to learn more about upcoming events such as our first ever tet festival, the annual culture show, and new merchandise. We will also be announcing freshmen rep positions. Hope to see you there!

 

Our Science Club guest speaker series continues this semester! Mark your calendars for January 31 from 3:15 - 4:15 pm when Boris Veytsman will discuss a reflection on his life as a Soviet scientist and some of his experiments that were on board the space shuttle Columbia's last mission. The talk will be given in Room S-1. More details will be coming next week!

 

 

Class News:

Seniors!  Order your senior portraits with JP Impressions.  Do it now and avoid last minute hassles.

 

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

 

This week, the girls bball team plays at home on Thursday night vs. Live Oak.  The boys are home against Gunderson tonight!  JV at 5:30 and Varsity at 7pm. 

 

Badminton will be starting pre-season practices Mondays, in the Big Gym 12:30 to 2:30 pm for those interesting in joining this year. Don’t have a racket? The school will provide temporary rackets  during these practices.

 

Boys Volleyball.  Attention all Eagles interested in participating in a sport that requires "Intensity", "Monster Attacks", "King Kong Blocks", "Spider-Man Agility and Finesse" and "No Mercy" teamwork.  There will be an informational meeting for the upcoming Boys Volleyball season on Friday, January 12, during lunch in the large gym.  Go Eagles!

 

 

Remember, all league games home and away are free with the purchase of an ASB card for $20 at the student bank.

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 1/10/18




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Magnet Night

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Independence High School Large Gymnasium

6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Magnet Application Deadline

Friday, February 9, 2018 by 4 pm

Lottery

Monday, February 26, 2018

ESUHSD Lounge

830 N. Capitol Avenue, San Jose

3:00 pm

 

Please contact Phuong Nguyen (408)347-5244 with any questions.

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Posted by: Kyle Kleckner
Published: 12/15/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Friday Dec. 15th  and these are your morning announcements…

 

In honor of Oak Grove’s 50th anniversary, here is your Friday Factoid involving that number 50:

We know media technology has certainly exploded in the last fifty 50 years, but here are some things outside the techie world that didn’t exist 50 years ago:

  1. Chicken McNuggets
  2. Post its
  3. Costco
  4. Disposable Contact Lenses
  5. Disposable Diapers
  6. And the commercial microwave oven

 

Treering.com:  That’s where you can order your special 50th Anniversary Edition of Oak Grove’s yearbook.  Now until November 30th, you can save 5%.  Treering.com for your Oak Grove yearbook!

 

Do you ever feel like you're getting old?  Are you afraid of getting old? These questions might not sound like rocket science, but there are NASA researchers doing stem cell research related to this. Why not bring some friends and family to learn about these things and more at the Oak Grove Theater for Space Night?  That’s tonight!  This free event begins promptly at 6pm and doors will open at 5:45.

 

Holiday Make Fest is happening at Saturday School on December 16th. Do you want to make a gift for a family member and can't afford to do so on your own? We have ONLY 50 spots for this Saturday school session so come sign up with Ms. Val in PF20 or Ms. Hopkins in D2 to save a spot. First come first served. Leave with 3-4 cool gifts to give to your family and friends!

 

Do you need a jacket or some warm clothes? Do you not have food for the holidays please come see Ms. Val or an Intern in PF20 for more details. Please come during break or lunch.

Hey there Eagle Yogis, Yoga today! Session 1 is from 2:15-3:15 and Session 2 is from 3:30-4:30. Hope to see you in H-2 this Friday.

 

Club Scene:

 

 

 

Class News:

 

Hey Freshman! Link Crew will be hosting a movie matinee today after 7th period. Grab a freshman buddy and come by X1 to relax and get your holiday spirit on with the movie 'Elf'. See you there!  Bring your ID!

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

ADA Saturday School is Saturday, December 16th.  This is a great opportunity to clear one full day's absence, to study, make up work, and/or to receive extra credit (pending teacher approval).  Hours for Saturday school are from 8:00-12:00. 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

Any girls interested in playing soccer: There will be extended tryouts today after school at 4pm on the field. No experience needed!

 

Interested in playing golf?  There will be a meeting today in the large gym at noon.

 

It's time for softball. There will be a softball meeting Monday Dec. 18th at 1:15 at the softball field.  If interested in playing please be there.

 

 

Remember, all league games home and away are free with the purchase of an ASB card for $20 at the student bank.

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 12/15/17




Audience: Martha Cabrera, Martha Cabrera, Martha Cabrera, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, Homepage, All Grades and Homepage


 

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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 12/15/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Thursday Dec. 14th  and these are your morning announcements…

 

On this day in 1943, John Harvey Kellogg died.  A physician, vegetarian, but we know him best for the breakfast cereals he developed while working as superintendent of a Sanitarium – granola and toasted flakes.

 

Treering.com:  That’s where you can order your special 50th Anniversary Edition of Oak Grove’s yearbook.  Now until November 30th, you can save 5%.  Treering.com for your Oak Grove yearbook!

 

If you haven’t completed your FAFSA, come to computer lab E7 today from 3 to 7 pm and financial aid Counselors  will be available to help you complete your FAFSA. Bring your parents and their 2016 tax return.

 

Do you ever feel like you're getting old?  Are you afraid of getting old? These questions might not sound like rocket science, but there are NASA researchers doing stem cell research related to this. Why not bring some friends and family to learn about these things and more at the Oak Grove Theater for Space Night, this Friday, December 15? This free event begins promptly at 6pm and doors will open at 5:45.

 

Holiday Make Fest is happening at Saturday School on December 16th. Do you want to make a gift for a family member and can't afford to do so on your own? We have ONLY 50 spots for this Saturday school session so come sign up with Ms. Val in PF20 or Ms. Hopkins in D2 to save a spot. First come first served. Leave with 3-4 cool gifts to give to your family and friends!

 

Do you need a jacket or some warm clothes? Do you not have food for the holidays please come see Ms. Val or an Intern in PF20 for more details. Please come during break or lunch.

 

Hey there Eagles, Still looking for a great gift to give someone you care about this holiday season? Come to the Academy's Holiday Pop Up Shop in Room E-5 this Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday to find lots of student developed gifts you can buy.We are open at lunch and from 2:05-4:00 PM  this Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday. There's lots of items in the $7-$12 range. Come to E-5 and shop early before we sell out!

 

Hey there Eagle Yogis, Yoga will be on Friday this week. Session 1 is from 2:15-3:15 and Session 2 is from 3:30-4:30. Hope to see you in H-2 this Friday.

 

Club Scene:

 

 

 

Class News:

 

Hey Freshman! Link Crew will be hosting a movie matinee this Friday after 7th period. Grab a freshman buddy and come by X1 to relax and get your holiday spirit on with the movie 'Elf'. See you there!  Bring your ID!

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

ADA Saturday School is Saturday, December 16th.  This is a great opportunity to clear one full day's absence, to study, make up work, and/or to receive extra credit (pending teacher approval).  Hours for Saturday school are from 8:00-12:00. 

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

Any girls interested in playing soccer: There will be extended tryouts this week after school at 4pm on the field.

 

Interested in playing golf?  There will be a meeting today in the large gym at noon.

 

It's time for softball. There will be a softball meeting Monday Dec. 18th at 1:15 at the softball field.  If interested in playing please be there.

Girls Soccer tryouts will be held at the oak grove football field . 4pm- 5:30 pm  Thursday and Friday . No soccer experience required. 

 

Remember, all league games home and away are free with the purchase of an ASB card for $20 at the student bank.

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 12/14/17




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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Wednesday Dec. 13th  and these are your morning announcements…

 

On this day in 1903, Ella Josephine Baker was born.  She was an African-American civil rights and human rights activist.  She was a grass-roots organizer who worked alongside some of the most famous civil rights leaders of the 20th century. Some consider her to be one of the most influential women in the civil rights movement.

 

Treering.com:  That’s where you can order your special 50th Anniversary Edition of Oak Grove’s yearbook.  Now until November 30th, you can save 5%.  Treering.com for your Oak Grove yearbook!

 

 

If you haven’t completed your FAFSA, come to computer lab E7 on Thursday, December 14 from 3 to 7 pm and financial aid Counselors  will be available to help you complete your FAFSA. Bring your parents and their 2016 tax return.

 

Do you ever feel like you're getting old?  Are you afraid of getting old? These questions might not sound like rocket science, but there are NASA researchers doing stem cell research related to this. Why not bring some friends and family to learn about these things and more at the Oak Grove Theater for Space Night, this Friday, December 15? This free event begins promptly at 6pm and doors will open at 5:45.

 

Holiday Make Fest is happening at Saturday School on December 16th. Do you want to make a gift for a family member and can't afford to do so on your own? We have ONLY 50 spots for this Saturday school session so come sign up with Ms. Val in PF20 or Ms. Hopkins in D2 to save a spot. First come first served. Leave with 3-4 cool gifts to give to your family and friends!

 

Do you need a jacket or some warm clothes? Do you not have food for the holidays please come see Ms. Val or an Intern in PF20 for more details. Please come during break or lunch.

Hey there Eagles, Still looking for a great gift to give someone you care about this holiday season? Come to the Academy's Holiday Pop Up Shop in Room E-5 this Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday to find lots of student developed gifts you can buy.We are open at lunch and from 2:05-4:00 PM  this Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday. There's lots of items in the $7-$12 range. Come to E-5 and shop early before we sell out!

The Christmas Choral Concert will take place on Wednesday in the OG theater.  Tickets are $3 at the door! 

Hey there Eagle Yogis, Yoga will be on Friday this week. Session 1 is from 2:15-3:15 and Session 2 is from 3:30-4:30. Hope to see you in H-2 this Friday.

 

Club Scene:

Dear December, the Acts of Random Kindness Club is having a meeting today in U108 during Lunch. Don't miss out on the exciting events you can be apart of this holiday. See ya there!

 

INTERACT INTERACT INTERACT! Interact will be holding colthing drive until this Thursday, Decemeber 14th! Donate any clothes by putting them inside the boxes in rooms X8 or Q1

 

BSU meeting today at lunch time in X-1. Stop by if you would like to say anything at the meeting.

 

 

Class News:

 

Hey Freshman! Link Crew will be hosting a movie matinee this Friday after 7th period. Grab a freshman buddy and come by X1 to relax and get your holiday spirit on with the movie 'Elf'. See you there!  Bring your ID!

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

ADA Saturday School is Saturday, December 16th.  This is a great opportunity to clear one full day's absence, to study, make up work, and/or to receive extra credit (pending teacher approval).  Hours for Saturday school are from 8:00-12:00. 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

Any girls interested in playing soccer: There will be extended tryouts this week after school at 4pm on the field.

 

Interested in playing golf?  There will be a meeting this Thursday in the large gym at noon.

 

It's time for softball. There will be a softball meeting Monday Dec. 18th at 1:15 at the softball field.  If interested in playing please be there.

 

The boys basketball team defeated Homestead last night in a nail biter.  They play again this Friday against Evergreen at home.  Get out and cheer on your Eagles!

 

Remember, all league games home and away are free with the purchase of an ASB card for $20 at the student bank.

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 12/13/17




Audience: Minh Thai, Minh Thai, Minh Thai, Homepage and Homepage

OGHS Concert Choir & Chamber Choir and Soloists

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Posted by: Minh Thai
Published: 12/12/17




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Still looking for a great gift to give someone you care about this holiday season?

 

Come to the Academy's Holiday Pop Up Shop in Room E-5 this Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday to find lots of student developed gifts you can buy.

 

Open at lunch and from 2:05-4:00 PM  12/12, 13, 14

 

Everyone (staff, students, parents) are welcome to come shop with us.

 

Lots of items in the $7-$12 range to choose from.

 



 

 

Come support the Academy of Hospitality & Tourism students as they apply their learning to a real-life business situation. These are all student developed, researched, and planned products. 

 

All proceeds go to supporting Academy students in their future trips and business endeavors.

 

Hope to se you there!

 

:) Ms. Coburn

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Posted by: Tara Coburn
Published: 12/10/17




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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Thursday Dec. 7th  and these are your morning announcements…

Today is National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.  On this day In 1941, the Japanese Navy carried out a surprise attack on the United States Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.  188 U.S. aircraft were destroyed; 2,403 Americans were killed and 1,178 others were wounded.

 

Hey Eagles!  It’s spirit week!  Tomorrow is Ugly Holiday Sweater Day.  Wear it to the rally tomorrow.  Remember Eagles, you need to show your student ID card at the door to enter. 

 

Treering.com:  That’s where you can order your special 50th Anniversary Edition of Oak Grove’s yearbook.  Now until November 30th, you can save 5%.  Treering.com for your Oak Grove yearbook!

 

Will you be applying to Stanford, Santa Clara, USC, USF. and other private universities?  If yes, please drop by to see your counselor ASAP to make sure that you have all your forms filled out by December 8th so that we can complete your secondary school report. 

 

If you haven’t completed your FAFSA, come to computer lab E7 on Thursday, December 14 from 3 to 7 pm and financial aid Counselors  will be available to help you complete your FAFSA. Bring your parents and their 2016 tax return.

 

Have you ever wondered how it would feel to be weightless? Have you ever wondered what it's like to go to space? Would you like to become an astronaut? Bring those questions to Space Night on Friday December 15 at 6pm in the Oak Grove Theater. Dr. Blayber will present the interesting effects of space flight on stem cell development and what that will mean for humans as we continue to explore the universe around us. Afterward, we will have meteor shower watching, hot cocoa drinking and sweet treat eating as part of the free event.

 

Holiday Make Fest is happening at Saturday School on December 16th. Do you want to make a gift for a family member and can't afford to do so on your own? We have ONLY 50 spots for this Saturday school session so come sign up with Ms. Val in PF20 or Ms. Hopkins in D2 to save a spot. First come first served. Leave with 3-4 cool gifts to give to your family and friends!

 

Do you need a jacket or some warm clothes? Do you not have food for the holidays please come see Ms. Val or an Intern in PF20 for more details. Please come during break or lunch.

 

Club Scene:

Select Officers of the GSA, MSU, VSU, BSU, and LSU please report to the conference room in the main office at lunch for your meeting.

 

Class News:

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

Good luck to the boys basketball team that participates in Bob Hagen Memorial Tournament in Gilroy this week.  Let’s go Eagles!

 

Remember, all league games home and away are free with the purchase of an ASB card for $20 at the student bank.

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 12/7/17




Audience: Athletics, NCAA, Course Catalog, Academics, Fall Sports, Winter Sports, College Information, Spring Sports, Counseling, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Administration, Teachers, Students, Parents, Parents, Administration, DACA, Martha Cabrera, Athletics, Testing, Grade 09, Grade 10, Library Media Lessons, Grade 11, Grade 12, All Grades, Library Research Center, Instructional Support Team (IST), Martha Cabrera, Fall Sports, Staff, Staff Resources, Principals, About Us, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, 9th grade parents, Afterschool Professionals, AVID, NCAA Division 3, Financial Aid & Scholarships, Presentations, Course Catalog, Parent Groups, Parents, Staff Resources, Work Permit, College Information, Testing, Spartan East Side Promise, Academics, Library Research Center, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Martha Cabrera, Departments, Naviance, Departments, NCAA Division 1, Parent Groups, AVID, Summer Programs, Homepage, Summer Programs, Homepage, Spartan East Side Promise, Presentations, Library Media Lessons, Counseling, Instructional Support Team (IST), Work Permit, Naviance, NCAA Division 3, Winter Sports, Spring Sports, About Us, NCAA Division 1, NCAA, Graduation Requirements, Financial Aid & Scholarships, DACA and Graduation Requirements

Oak Grove High School

Final Exam Schedule

2017-2018

(* = Student announcements read during 2nd period)

 

December 20, 2017                       May 22, 2018

1 8:00 – 10:00                               1    8:00 – 10:00

B 10:00 – 10:15                             B 10:00 – 10:15

2* 10:20 – 12:25                            2* 10:20 – 12:25

L 12:25 – 12:55                              L 12:25 – 12:55

7 1:00  – 3:00                                 7 1:00 – 3:00

(375 minutes)                                 (375 minutes)

 

 

December 21, 2017                        May 23, 2018

3 8:00 – 10:00                                   3 8:00 – 10:00

B 10:00 – 10:15                                B 10:00 – 10:15

4 10:20 – 12:20                                 4 10:20 – 12:20

(245 minutes)                                   (245 minutes)

 

 

December 22, 2017                        May 24, 2018

5 8:00 – 10:00                                  5 8:00 – 10:00

B 10:00 – 10:15                                B 10:00 – 10:15

6 10:20 – 12:20                                 6 10:20 – 12:20

(245 minutes)                                   (245 minutes)

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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 12/7/17




Audience: Athletics, NCAA, Course Catalog, Academics, Fall Sports, Winter Sports, College Information, Spring Sports, Counseling, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Administration, Teachers, Students, Parents, Parents, Administration, DACA, Martha Cabrera, Athletics, Testing, Grade 09, Grade 10, Library Media Lessons, Grade 11, Grade 12, All Grades, Library Research Center, Instructional Support Team (IST), Martha Cabrera, Fall Sports, Staff, Staff Resources, Principals, About Us, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Afterschool Professionals, AVID, NCAA Division 3, Financial Aid & Scholarships, Presentations, Course Catalog, Parent Groups, Parents, Staff Resources, Work Permit, College Information, Testing, Spartan East Side Promise, Academics, Library Research Center, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Martha Cabrera, Departments, Naviance, Departments, NCAA Division 1, Parent Groups, AVID, Summer Programs, Homepage, Summer Programs, Homepage, Spartan East Side Promise, Presentations, Library Media Lessons, Counseling, Instructional Support Team (IST), Work Permit, Naviance, NCAA Division 3, Winter Sports, Spring Sports, About Us, NCAA Division 1, NCAA, Graduation Requirements, Financial Aid & Scholarships, DACA and Graduation Requirements

Looking for different ways to celebrate the holidays with family and friends? Look no more! Come to Oak Grove's beautifully remodeled theater and watch our talented students perform in these holiday events:

 

Winter Band Concert: December 7th at 7 PM (free!) 

Winter Choir Concert: December 13th at 7 PM ($3 per person)

 

All are welcome! Park in the student lot on Eagles (under the solar panels) and walk in the gate under the giant eagle painted on the gym. Theater has ramps for easy access!

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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 12/6/17




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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Wednesday Dec. 6th  and these are your morning announcements…

  • On this day in 1865, Congress, under the leadership of President Abraham Lincoln, formally ratified the 13th amendment, which abolished slavery within the United States.

 

Hey Eagles!  It’s spirit week!  Tomorrow is Reindeer vs. Snowmen.  11th and 12th are Reindeer and 9th and 10th are snowmen.

 

Treering.com:  That’s where you can order your special 50th Anniversary Edition of Oak Grove’s yearbook.  Now until November 30th, you can save 5%.  Treering.com for your Oak Grove yearbook!

 

Will you be applying to Stanford, Santa Clara, USC, USF. and other private universities?  If yes, please drop by to see your counselor ASAP to make sure that you have all your forms filled out by December 8th so that we can complete your secondary school report. 

 

Have you ever wondered how it would feel to be weightless? Have you ever wondered what it's like to go to space? Would you like to become an astronaut? Bring those questions to Space Night on Friday December 15 at 6pm in the Oak Grove Theater. Dr. Blayber will present the interesting effects of space flight on stem cell development and what that will mean for humans as we continue to explore the universe around us. Afterward, we will have meteor shower watching, hot cocoa drinking and sweet treat eating as part of the free event.

 

Club Scene:

Hey Eagles, stop by E12 today! During lunch to discuss your business plan with entrepreneur's club.

 

Hey Key Clubbers! Congratulations on being Key Club Division 12 South's club of the month for November! We have a general meeting today at lunch in room X6. Grab a friend and swing by to get up to date on all things key club! 

 

Class News:

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

Good luck to the boys basketball team that participates in Bob Hagen Memorial Tournament in Gilroy this week.  Let’s go Eagles!

 

Remember, all league games home and away are free with the purchase of an ASB card for $20 at the student bank.

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 12/6/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

ADA Saturday School is Saturday, December 16th.  This is a great opportunity to clear one full day's absence, to study, make up work, and/or to receive extra credit (pending teacher approval).  

 

Hours for Saturday school are from 8:00-12:00.  

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Posted by: Karen Aragon
Published: 12/4/17




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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Monday Dec. 4th  and these are your morning announcements…

On this day in 1970, in Salinas California, Cesar Chavez was arrested for defying a court order and continuing with a boycott of lettuce grower.  Three thousand farm workers came to the courthouse in support of him.  After 20 day in prison, the Supreme Court ordered him released.

 

Hey Eagles!  It’s spirit week!  Tomorrow is Holiday Scrabble.  Dress/wear/ or represent a letter of the alphabet and create Holiday words with your friends!

 

Treering.com:  That’s where you can order your special 50th Anniversary Edition of Oak Grove’s yearbook.  Now until November 30th, you can save 5%.  Treering.com for your Oak Grove yearbook!

 

 

ATTENTION EAGLES! 

If you are donating blood at the Fall Blood Drive tomorrow, PLEASE TURN IN YOUR PERMISSION SLIPS TO AN ROTC CADET. All 16/17 year olds need one or else they cannot donate. We also highly recommend you to drink plenty of fluids and lots of high iron based foods

 

 

Space Night is just around the corner. It is a chance to hear exciting and new research about the effects of space travel on stem cells. It is also an opportunity to meet a scientist who has traveled from Australia to do her research at NASA Ames. Mark your calendars for December 15 at 6pm in the Oak Grove Theater and stay tuned for more announcements.

 

 

Club Scene:

 

Class News:

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

Our lady eagles basketball team will take on Mt. Pleasant tomorrow night at 7pm for a preseason  matchup.  Cheer on our hungry basketball team that reached the semi-finals of the Pioneer Tournament last week.

 

Remember, all league games home and away are free with the purchase of an ASB card for $20 at the student bank.

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 12/4/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Friday  Dec. 1st and these are your morning announcements…

 

It’s December!  Get into the Holiday Spirit next week!  Here are your spirit wear days: 

Monday- Christmas Morning Monday

Tuesday- Holiday Scrabble Tuesday

Wednesday- Santas vs. Elves

Thursday- Reindeer vs. Snowman

Friday- Ugly Holiday Sweater

 

ADA Saturday School is this Saturday, December 2nd.  This is a great opportunity to clear one full day's absence, to study and make up work, and/or to receive extra credit pending teacher approval.  Hours for Saturday school are from 8:00-12:00.  IF YOU ARE MORE THAN 15 MINUTES LATE, YOU WILL NOT BE ADMITTED.

 

Treering.com:  That’s where you can order your special 50th Anniversary Edition of Oak Grove’s yearbook.  Now until November 30th, you can save 5%.  Treering.com for your Oak Grove yearbook!

 

Space Night is just around the corner. It is a chance to hear exciting and new research about the effects of space travel on stem cells. It is also an opportunity to meet a scientist who has traveled from Australia to do her research at NASA Ames. Mark your calendars for December 15 at 6pm in the Oak Grove Theater and stay tuned for more announcements.

 

The Fall Blood Drive is on Dec. 5th in the small gym.  Speak with an ROTC cadet for more information.

 

OK Eagles, The winners of the 2017 Martin Luther King Jr. Writing Contest are in!!  Taking first place is  Jyoti Rani's poem "Love Always Triumphs." The second place poem, "The Room" was written by Cindy Wu.  These soaring eagles will be honored at an awards ceremony in January. There will a Cesar Chavez  writing contest next year.  Be on the lookout or ask your English teacher about it.

 

Club Scene:

OG Runners.  Attention Fall 500 runners.  Are you still on pace to make 500 miles by the end of the year?  This Friday at lunch, stop by Mr Bennett’s (X10) with your running log to show your progress.  Cookies will be served.

 

Hey eagles! Craving some milk tea? Choreo Club will be selling milk tea from Gong Cha today after school at 3:30 in front of the student bank! Buy one for $5 or two for $9, drop by to pick some up!

 

Window to the World:  Today it’s back to Junior High School again with Kevin Arnold and friends in The Wonder Years.  This week’s episode is Ninth Grade Man.  Come check it out.   Bring your lunch.  Bring your friends. That’s today during lunch in C-16.

 

The De Anza College Filipino, Pacific Islander & Southeast Asian Student Conference is coming up next week,Wednesday, December 6th. Please turn-in all signed field trip forms to Ms. Belleza in room B1.

 

 

Class News:

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

Our boys basketball team will face ST for the only match against our rivals this year tonight at 7pm.  Come out and rock the gym  tonight and cheer on your Eagles!  There will be no JV game this Friday.  Varsity starts at 7pm.

 

Remember, all league games home and away are free with the purchase of an ASB card for $20 at the student bank.

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 12/1/17




Audience: Athletics, NCAA, Course Catalog, Academics, Fall Sports, Winter Sports, College Information, Spring Sports, Counseling, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Administration, Teachers, Students, Parents, Parents, Administration, DACA, Martha Cabrera, Athletics, Testing, Grade 09, Grade 10, Library Media Lessons, Grade 11, Grade 12, All Grades, Library Research Center, Instructional Support Team (IST), Martha Cabrera, Fall Sports, Staff, Staff Resources, Principals, About Us, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, 9th grade parents, Afterschool Professionals, AVID, NCAA Division 3, Financial Aid & Scholarships, Presentations, Course Catalog, Parent Groups, Parents, Staff Resources, Work Permit, College Information, Testing, Spartan East Side Promise, Academics, Library Research Center, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Martha Cabrera, Departments, Naviance, Departments, NCAA Division 1, Parent Groups, AVID, Summer Programs, Homepage, Summer Programs, Homepage, Spartan East Side Promise, Presentations, Library Media Lessons, Counseling, Instructional Support Team (IST), Work Permit, Naviance, NCAA Division 3, Winter Sports, Spring Sports, About Us, NCAA Division 1, NCAA, Graduation Requirements, Financial Aid & Scholarships, DACA and Graduation Requirements

Attached you will find a list of organizations that provide food. 

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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 11/29/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Wednesday Nov. 29th and these are your morning announcements…

On this date in 1929, the stock market crashed.  Called Black Tuesday, the events of this day caused billions of dollars to be lost and precipitated the Great Depression which would last for ten years.  At its lowest point, some 15 million Americans were unemployed and nearly half the country’s banks had failed.

 

 

ADA Saturday School is this Saturday, December 2nd.  This is a great opportunity to clear one full day's absence, to study and make up work, and/or to receive extra credit pending teacher approval.  Hours for Saturday school are from 8:00-12:00.  IF YOU ARE MORE THAN 15 MINUTES LATE, YOU WILL NOT BE ADMITTED.

 

Treering.com:  That’s where you can order your special 50th Anniversary Edition of Oak Grove’s yearbook.  Now until November 30th, you can save 5%.  Treering.com for your Oak Grove yearbook!

 

There are now only 2 days left to submit both the UC and the CSU application! Please speak with Mr. Barraza in room H1C for support or take advantage of the open college application labs during this month. Meet him today in E6 and tomorrow from 2-4PM in room C1. 

 

The Fall Blood Drive is on Dec. 5th in the small gym.  Speak with an ROTC cadet for more information.

 

Will you be applying to Stanford, Santa Clara, USC, USF. and other private universities?  If yes, please drop by to see your counselor ASAP to make sure that you have all your forms filled out by December 1st so that we can complete your secondary school report. 

 

Want to reduce your feelings of stress and anxiety, have better concentration when doing homework, or just feel great about your body? Come to Yoga with Ms. Coburn in H-2 today, Session 1 is from 2:15-3:15 and Session 2 is from 3:30-4:30.

 

OK Eagles, The winners of the 2017 Martin Luther King Jr. Writing Contest are in!!  Taking first place is  Jyoti Rani's poem "Love Always Triumphs." The second place poem, "The Room" was written by Cindy Wu.  These soaring eagles will be honored at an awards ceremony in January. There will a Cesar Chavez  writing contest next year.  Be on the lookout or ask your English teacher about it.

 

Seniors, did you submit an application to CSU East Bay? An admissions specialist from the University will be giving a presentation tomorrow in room X1 from 1-2PM.Take advantage and learn about the opportunities available at this 4-year university!

 

Club Scene:

OG Runners.  Attention Fall 500 runners.  Are you still on pace to make 500 miles by the end of the year?  This Friday at lunch, stop by Mr Bennett’s (X10) with your running log to show your progress.  Cookies will be served.

 

Class News:

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

Do you want to have fun and experience the thrill of swimming competitions? Join The Oak Grove High School Swim Team and see what it takes to be a competitive swimmer. Our first meeting will be on Thursday 11/30/2017 at lunch time in the small gym.

 

Our boys basketball team will face ST for the only match against our rivals this year on Friday at 7pm.  Come out and rock the gym this Friday night and cheer on your Eagles!  There will be no JV game this Friday.  Varsity starts at 7pm.

 

Remember, all league games home and away are free with the purchase of an ASB card for $20 at the student bank.

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 11/29/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

ADA Saturday School is Saturday, December 2nd.  This is a great opportunity to clear one full day's absence, to study, make up work, and/or to receive extra credit (pending teacher approval).

 

Hours for Saturday school are from 8:00-12:00.  

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Posted by: Karen Aragon
Published: 11/27/17




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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 11/21/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Tuesday Nov. 21st and these are your morning announcements…

Here is your Thanksgiving Week Factoid:  Ben Franklin wanted the turkey to be the national bird, not the eagle.  Gobble Gobble!

General News:

 

Treering.com:  That’s where you can order your special 50th Anniversary Edition of Oak Grove’s yearbook.  Now until November 30th, you can save 5%.  Treering.com for your Oak Grove yearbook!

 

There are now only 10 days left to submit both the UC and the CSU application! Please speak with Mr. Barraza in room H1C for support or take advantage of the open college application labs during this month. The next open lab will be tomorrow from 2-4PM in room C1. 

 

The Fall Blood Drive is on Dec. 5th in the small gym.  Speak with an ROTC cadet for more information.

 

Congratulations to the Colorguard who placed 1st in state and the Marching Band for placing 8th in state last weekend in Fresno.  We are proud of you!

 

Club Scene:

 

Class News:

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

Congratulations to our Eagle Football team on another great season.  They won the BVAL Mount Hamilton Division for the fourth year in a row before falling to Valley Christian last Friday night in the first round of CCS.  Way to go Eagles! 

 

Remember, all league games home and away are free with the purchase of an ASB card for $20 at the student bank.

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 11/21/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Friday Nov. 17th and these are your morning announcements…

In honor of Oak Grove’s 50th Anniversary, here’s another Friday Factoid involving that number 50:

The human mouth contains over 700 different species of bacteria and over 50% of them have not been fully studied by scientists.  Think twice before you kiss anyone.  Happy Birthday Oak Grove!

 

General News:

Students!   Tomorrow we’ll get a special treat and watch our award winning band and colorguard perform their routine, Icarus after 5th period today.   Please be respectful, courteous, and safe as you attend today’s activity.

 

ADA Saturday School will be held this Saturday, November 18th.  This is a great opportunity to clear one full day's absence, to study and make up work, and/or to receive extra credit pending teacher approval.  Hours for Saturday school are from 8:00-12:00.  

IF YOU ARE MORE THAN 15 MINUTES LATE, YOU WILL NOT BE ADMITTED.

 

Treering.com:  That’s where you can order your special 50th Anniversary Edition of Oak Grove’s yearbook.  Now until November 30th, you can save 5%.  Treering.com for your Oak Grove yearbook!

 

Are you interested in robotics? Do you want to find a job in either science, technology, engineering, or math? Join us in Room X-1 at 3:15 pm today to hear a presentation from Dr. Stephen Wu who will give a talk focusing on robotics and STEM careers.

 

There are now only 15 days left to submit both the UC and the CSU application! Please speak with Mr. Barraza in room H1C for support or take advantage of the open college application labs during this month. The next open lab will be tomorrow from 2-4PM in room C1. 

 

 

Club Scene:

Can you beLEAF it’s November already? The Acts Of Random Kindess Club is having a meeting today during Lunch in Room U108. Come hear about all the exciting events we have in store. See ya there!

 

Window to the World:  This week Window to the World is going back to The Twilight Zone.  .  Leave the real world behind and watch and watch an episode from The Twilight ZoneCome check it out.  Bring your lunch.  Bring your friends.  That’s today  during lunch in C-16.

 

Class News:

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

Our Football Eagles take on Valley Christian tonight for their first round playoff match.   Travel a short distance to Valley Christian to cheer on your team.  That’s tonight at Valley Christian at 7pm. 

 

Wrestling sign ups and practice all week. Come by 330pm at the wrestling room and talk to coach Bruce or Kurt

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 11/17/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Thursday Nov. 16th and these are your morning announcements…

Did you know on average, about 8000 Americans are injured by musical instruments each year?  Let’s keep our fingers crossed for tomorrow’s performance!

 

General News:

Students!   Tomorrow we’ll get a special treat and watch our award winning band and colorguard perform their routine, Icarus after 5th period tomorrow.   We will be on a special schedule.  Check the school website for schedule details.

 

ADA Saturday School will be held this Saturday, November 18th.  This is a great opportunity to clear one full day's absence, to study and make up work, and/or to receive extra credit pending teacher approval.  Hours for Saturday school are from 8:00-12:00.  

IF YOU ARE MORE THAN 15 MINUTES LATE, YOU WILL NOT BE ADMITTED.

 

Treering.com:  That’s where you can order your special 50th Anniversary Edition of Oak Grove’s yearbook.  Now until November 30th, you can save 5%.  Treering.com for your Oak Grove yearbook!

 

Are you interested in robotics? Do you want to find a job in either science, technology, engineering, or math? Join us in Room X-1 at 3:15 pm today to hear a presentation from Dr. Stephen Wu who will give a talk focusing on robotics and STEM careers.

 

There are now only 15 days left to submit both the UC and the CSU application! Please speak with Mr. Barraza in room H1C for support or take advantage of the open college application labs during this month. The next open lab will be tomorrow from 2-4PM in room C1. 

 

Are you interested in traveling Peru? Come to the informational meeting on Thursday at lunch in D4 to find out more! ALL students are welcome

 

Hey there Eagle Yogi's. There will be two sessions offered today at 2:15-3:15 and 3:30-4:30. Hope to see you all there in H-2 this Thursday.

 

Club Scene:

Can you beLEAF it’s November already? The Acts Of Random Kindess Club is having a tomorrow during Lunch in Room U108. Come hear about all the exciting events we have in store. See ya there!

 

Window to the World:  This week Window to the World is going back to The Twilight Zone.  .  Leave the real world behind and watch and watch an episode from The Twilight ZoneCome check it out.  Bring your lunch.  Bring your friends.  That’s tomorrow during lunch in C-16.

 

Class News:

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

Our Football Eagles take on Valley Christian tomorrow night for their first round playoff match.   Travel a short distance to Valley Christian to cheer on your team.  This Friday at 7pm. 

 

Wrestling sign ups and practice all week. Come by 330pm at the wrestling room and talk to coach Bruce or Kurt

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 11/16/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Thursday Nov. 13th and these are your morning announcements…

 

 

General News:

The holidays are here!  If you are interested in part-time work for the holiday season, a representative from Old Navy will be on campus on toda from 11am to 1pm in room B8.

 

 ADA Saturday School will be held this Saturday, November 18th.  This is a great opportunity to clear one full day's absence, to study and make up work, and/or to receive extra credit pending teacher approval.  Hours for Saturday school are from 8:00-12:00.  

IF YOU ARE MORE THAN 15 MINUTES LATE, YOU WILL NOT BE ADMITTED.

 

Treering.com:  That’s where you can order your special 50th Anniversary Edition of Oak Grove’s yearbook.  Now until November 30th, you can save 5%.  Treering.com for your Oak Grove yearbook!

 

Are you interested in robotics? Do you want to find a job in either science, technology, engineering, or math? Join us in Room X-1 at 3:15 pm this Wednesday to hear a presentation from Dr. Stephen Wu who will give a talk focusing on robotics and STEM careers.

 

There are now only 18 days left to submit both the UC and the CSU application! Please speak with Mr. Barraza in room H1C for support or take advantage of the open college application labs during this month. The next open lab will be tomorrow from 2-4PM in room C1. 

 

 

Club Scene:

Interclub Council Meeting today in Q1 at lunch to discuss International Day.  All clubs involved in International Day should come to Q1 at lunch for a short meeting.

 

Class News:

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

Congratulations to our football Eagles on clinching the league title last Thursday vs. Leigh.  Their first round playoff match will be away at Valley Christian this Friday at 7pm. 

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 11/13/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Thursday Nov. 9th and these are your morning announcements…

Veterans Day originated as “Armistice Day” on Nov. 11, 1919, the first anniversary of the end of World War I. Congress passed a resolution in 1926 for an annual observance, and Nov. 11 became a national holiday beginning in 1938.

 

General News:

The holidays are here!  If you are interested in part-time work for the holiday season, a representative from Old Navy will be on campus on Monday, November 13th from 11am to 1pm in room B8.

 

Your Oak Grove Library is now open in the H2 building! The library is open each day during 1st period, break, and lunch. 

Please enter via the door facing the B building. Stop by and check out the new space, and a book!

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 ADA Saturday School will be held next Saturday, November 18th.  This is a great opportunity to clear one full day's absence, to study and make up work, and/or to receive extra credit pending teacher approval.  Hours for Saturday school are from 8:00-12:00.  

IF YOU ARE MORE THAN 15 MINUTES LATE, YOU WILL NOT BE ADMITTED.

 

Treering.com:  That’s where you can order your special 50th Anniversary Edition of Oak Grove’s yearbook.  Now until November 30th, you can save 5%.  Treering.com for your Oak Grove yearbook!

 

Club Scene:

Window to the World :  There is no video for Window to the World this week.  The videos will continue next week.

 

International Day will be on Wednesday, November 15th.  Tickets will be on sale on the day of the event.  Staff can purchase tickets at the front office with Ms. Lucero.

Class News:

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

Hey Eagles!  Fly over to Leigh High School tonight as your varsity football team takes the league championship outright with a win.  The game will start at 6pm.  There is no JV game tonight.  Good luck eagles!

 

Congratulations to our Marching Band and Colorguard for taking first in music, first in marching, first in percussion, and first in effects at last week’s competition at Independence High School.  They compete again this weekend at the James Logan Invitational.  Go Eagles!!!

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 11/9/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Wednesday Nov. 8th and these are your morning announcements…

On this day in history, Toni Morrison became the first African American woman to win the Nobel Prize for Literature

 

General News:

The holidays are here!  If you are interested in part-time work for the holiday season, a representative from Old Navy will be on campus on Monday, November 13th from 11am to 1pm. 

 

Your Oak Grove Library is now open in the H2 building! The library is open each day during 1st period, break, and lunch. 

Please enter via the door facing the B building. Stop by and check out the new space, and a book!

 

The MLK Jr. Writing, Art, and Video contest is back.  Cash prizes for top honors are available.  Please look on the school website or talk to your teachers for more information.  Student Deadline is Thursday, Nov. 9th.

 

Do you want to explore the depths of what it means to be human? Are you curious about the social roots of sharing and community? Would you like to hear about recent research in Madagascar about primate origins? For answers to these questions and more, come to the free science talk by Dr. McGee from SJSU today from 3:15 - 4:15 in Room X1.

 

Juniors and Seniors! Are you interested in applying to San Francisco State University? An admissions specialist from SFSU will be giving a presentation on Wednesday from 2-3PM in room X1. Take advantage and learn how you can become a SFSU Gator! 

 

Treering.com:  That’s where you can order your special 50th Anniversary Edition of Oak Grove’s yearbook.  Now until November 30th, you can save 5%.  Treering.com for your Oak Grove yearbook!

 

Want to reduce your feelings of stress and anxiety, have better concentration when doing homework, or just feel great about your body? Come to Yoga with Ms. Coburn in H-2 today. There will only be one session this week from 2:15-3:15 

 

Club Scene:

Hey Oak Grove due to uncertainty in the weather, International Day has been moved to next Wednesday, November 15th at lunch.  That means if you are in a club or sport that wants to fundraise, there is still time.  This Friday will be the deadline.

 

BSU please attend today’s meeting to discuss turning in your permission slips for the San Jose State Field Trip. Please come to X-1 at lunch.

 

Hey there Eagles! Learn how to turn YOUR passion into a business! Come to entrepreneurs club's meeting @ lunch today in E12!

 

Class News:

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 11/8/17




Audience: Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, Homepage, All Grades and Homepage

ADA Saturday School is Saturday, November 18th.  This is a great opportunity to clear one full day's absence, to study, make up work, and/or to receive extra credit (pending teacher approval).

 

Hours for Saturday school are from 8:00-12:00.  

 

 

Lunch will be provided.

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Posted by: Karen Aragon
Published: 11/7/17




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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 11/6/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Friday Nov. 3rd and these are your morning announcements…

In celebration of our 50th Anniversary, here is your Friday Factoid involving that number 50:  In August of this year, a group of four men from Los Angeles watched 50/50, a movie about a cancer patient given a 50/50 chance of survival, 50 times to raise awareness for cancer research.  They streamed it live on TWITCH.  It was 83 hours of constant viewing!  Happy Birthday Oak Grove.

 

General News:

Squad on the Quad!  If weather permits we’ll have Music, games, football, and a certain teacher’s hair makeover!  Don’t miss it!  Squad on the quad today at lunch!

 

The MLK Jr. Writing, Art, and Video contest is back.  Cash prizes for top honors are available.  Please look on the school website or talk to your teachers for more information.

 

Do you want to explore the depths of what it means to be human? Are you curious about the social roots of sharing and community? Would you like to hear about recent research in Madagascar about primate origins? For answers to these questions and more, come to the free science talk by Dr. McGee from SJSU on Wednesday, November 8 from 3:15 - 4:15 in Room X1.

 

UC Berkeley: Former OG graduate Irene Ortega along with Berkeley's financial aid program manager will here to discuss the scholarship opportunities @ UC Berkeley.  Come to room X-1 today @ 2 p,m. to learn how you too can earn a full ride scholarship to Berkeley.  

 

Club Scene:

Window to the World:  This week’s video is another episode of “Kim’s Convenience”, It’s a comedy series that centers around a Korean family’s convenience store.  Come check it out.   Bring your lunch.  Bring your friends.  That’s today during lunch in C-16.

 

International Day is fast approaching.  Sign up to fundraise for your club by picking up forms from Q1 or the student bank.  Deadline to sign up is tomorrow!

 

Class News:

Hey everyone! Senior class will be having a fundraiser today, November 3rd from 2-9 at Panda Express on Snell and Branham! Find a senior officer for a flier or show an electronic one when you order your meal!

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

The last home football game and Senior night is tonight vs. Westmont.  Come cheer on your Eagles to clinch the title!  Go Eagles!

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 11/3/17




Audience: Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, All Grades, Homepage and Homepage

East Side Union High School District offers Short Term Independent Studies (STIS) for students who will be absent for a minimum of five to fifteen days.  While there is no "true" supplement for face to face classroom interaction time with an OG teacher, STIS does offer students a chance to earn attendance and academic credit.  

 

If you/your student will be gone for a minimum of five days, please see the Attendance Secretary in the main office and request a STIS application.  If your absences meet the criteria for participation in STIS, your request will be granted and the next steps in the STIS process will be explained.  

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Posted by: Karen Aragon
Published: 11/3/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Wednesday Nov. 1st  and these are your morning announcements…

November is Native American Heritage Month: San Jose was founded in 1777; however, before Europeans came, the Ohlone Indians lived here along the Guadalupe River.

General News:

 

If you have signed up or are planning to sign up for the SAT in November or December, come by C-14 for some confidence and practice. We meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-4. The session runs through November 2nd.

 

The MLK Jr. Writing, Art, and Video contest is back.  Cash prizes for top honors are available.  Please look on the school website or talk to your teachers for more information.

 

Are you interested in applying to the University of San Francisco? An admissions specialist for the university will be giving a presentation today in room X1 from 2-3PM. Take advantage and learn about what this Private university offers to students!

 

How about UC Berkeley?  Former OG graduate, Irene Ortega along with Berkeley's financial aid program manager will here to discuss the scholarship opportunities @ UC Berkeley.  Come to room X-1 @ on Friday, November  3rd @ 2 p,m. to learn how you too can earn a full ride scholarship to Berkeley.  

 

Hey there eagle yogis- remember to come to yoga TODAY in H-2. Session 1 is from from 2:15 to 3:15 and Session 2 is from 3:30 to 4:30. All are welcome to attend. Hope to see you today in H-2.

 

Good news Eagles, student store is open after school and we are now selling burritos!  Get your snack on at the student store.

 

Club Scene:

Calling all key clubbers! We have a general meeting today at lunch in room x6. Come hang out and learn about all of our upcoming events.

 

The feminist club will be having a meeting this Thursday, November 2, at lunch in G1. So come by to join the fight! 

 

International Day is fast approaching.  Sign up to fundraise for your club by picking up forms from Q1 or the student bank.

Class News:

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

The last home football game and Senior night is this Friday vs. Westmont.  Come cheer on your Eagles to clinch the title on Friday night!  Go Eagles!

 

Girls soccer tryouts continue tonight at 7pm on the football field.  Take a chance and tryout for girls soccer.

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 11/1/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Monday Oct. 30th and these are your morning announcements…

On this day in 1938, 23-year-old actor Orson Welles caused nationwide panic with his broadcast of H.G Wells’ 19th century science fiction novel War of the Worlds.  Millions of Americans had been tuned in to another station when the broadcast started, so they missed the introduction that explained it was just a story.  When they finally tuned in, Wells’ realistic dramatization of a Martian invasion of Earth was already underway.  Perhaps as many as a million radio listeners believed that a real Martian invasion was occurring. Panic followed until Wells went on the air himself to remind listeners that it was just fiction.      

 

General News:

Squad on the Quad!  There will be a costume contest in the new quad at lunch on Tuesday, Halloween Day.  Prizes will be given to the top 3 contestants.  Remember students: To keep in line with district policy you may not wear any masks, gang related or offensive costuming, or bring any props that look like weaponry. 

 

If you have signed up or are planning to sign up for the SAT in November or December, come by C-14 for some confidence and practice. We meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-4. The session runs through November 2nd.

 

The MLK Jr. Writing, Art, and Video contest is back.  Cash prizes for top honors are available.  Please look on the school website or talk to your teachers for more information.

 

Are you interested in applying to UC Berkeley?  Former OG graduate, Irene Ortega along with Berkeley's financial aid program manager will here to discuss the scholarship opportunities @ UC Berkeley.  Come to room X-1 @ on Friday, November  3rd @ 2 p,m. to learn how you too can earn a full ride scholarship to Berkeley.  

 

Club Scene:

Calling all key clubbers! We have a general meeting this Wednesday at lunch in room x6. Come hang out and learn about all of our upcoming events.

 

International Day is fast approaching.  Sign up to fundraise for your club by picking up forms from Q1 or the student bank.

Class News:

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

 

Girls Soccer:  All ladies who want to try out for soccer report today at 7 pm to the football field

 

Attention all boys basketball players,  Day 1 of tryouts begin today.  Varsity at 4pm, JV at 6pm and freshman at 730pm.  All players must have proper paperwork completed and submitted before they can tryout.  

 

Girls Basketball tryouts today after school.  Student-Athlete Information packets must be completed and physicals must be done before the tryout day.  The packets can be downloaded from the Oak Grove School Loop website Athletics tab.  Any questions - see the coaching staff weekdays after school in the gym, weight room, or field.

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 10/30/17




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Alright Eagles, It's time for a contest. 

 

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Writing and Art, and video contest is on now.  Respond to the words of Dr. King:

 

"Hatred paralyzes life; love releases it. 

Hatred confuses life; love harmonizes it. 

Hatred darkens life; love illuminates it."

 

Use your creative energy to express how the sentiments are reflected in our community today.  

Did I mention the prize? Yes, the first place prize is $ 75.00; second place will get $50.00.  That's not all:  The District Grand Prize is $150.oo dollars!

There are some details you will want to know about. See your English or your art teacher for more information. 

Get your submission in no later than November 6th.

 

Good Luck!

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 10/27/17




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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Friday Oct. 27th and these are your morning announcements…

 

In honor of Oak Grove’s 50th, here is your Friday factoid involving that number 50:  We all know that Oak Grove turned fifty this year, but did you know that the Super Bowl, the Disney Ride Pirates of the Caribbean, S.E. Hinton’s famous novel The Outsiders, the world’s first ATM machine, the Chevy Camaro, the Slurpee, and your very own Vice Principal Mr. Kyle Kleckner also celebrate their 50th this year.  Happy Birthday Oak Grove!

General News:

 

All clubs participating in Halloween Fest:  There will be a mandatory meeting today in Q1 at lunch!

 

Speaking of Halloween, there will be a costume contest in the new quad at lunch on Tuesday, Halloween Day.  Remember students: To keep in line with district policy you may not wear any masks, gang related or offensive costuming, or bring any props that look like weaponry. 

 

If you have signed up or are planning to sign up for the SAT in November or December, come by C-14 for some confidence and practice. We meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-4. The session runs through November 2nd.

 

The MLK Jr. Writing, Art, and Video contest is back.  Cash prizes for top honors are available.  Please look on the school website or talk to your teachers for more information.

 

Are you interested in applying to UC Berkeley?  Former OG graduate, Irene Ortega along with Berkeley's financial aid program manager will here to discuss the scholarship opportunities @ UC Berkeley.  Come to room X-1 @ on Friday, November  3rd @ 2 p,m. to learn how you too can earn a full ride scholarship to Berkeley.  

 

Club Scene:

Window to the World:  This week Window to the World is entering The Twilight Zone.  Talky Tina will be your guide.  Leave the real world behind and watch “Living Doll”Come check it out.  Bring your lunch.  Bring your friends.  That’s today during lunch in C-16.

 

International Day is fast approaching.  Sign up to fundraise for your club by picking up forms from Q1 or the student bank.

Class News:

Congratulations to October’s Students of the Month

 

Freshmen: Jacqueline Nguyen and Uday Patel 

Sophomores: Kiara Cabalero and Joaquin Ortiz 

Juniors: Gabriela Tevez and Travis Tran 

Seniors: Lauren Innerst and Chris Aboujudom 

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

Calling all eagles to Phil Stearns Stadium tonight as we take on Live Oak for the top seed in the league

Let’s go Eagles!

 

Girls Soccer:  All ladies who want to try out for soccer report on Monday 10/30 at 7 pm to the football field

 

Attention all boys basketball players,  Day 1 of tryouts begin Monday Oct. 30th.  Varsity at 4pm, JV at 6pm and freshman at 730pm.  All players must have proper paperwork completed and submitted before they can tryout.  

 

Girls Basketball tryouts will be after school on Monday October 30th.  Student-Athlete Information packets must be completed and physicals must be done before the tryout day.  The packets can be downloaded from the Oak Grove School Loop website Athletics tab.  Any questions - see the coaching staff weekdays after school in the gym, weight room, or field.

 

Remember:  The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Published: 10/27/17




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The Oak Grove Library is now open! The library will be open each day during 1st period, break, and lunch. 

 

We are located at our temporary space in the H2 building. Please enter via the door facing the B building. 

 

Stop by and check out the new space, and a book!

 

 

 

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Published: 10/27/17




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Oak Grove H.S. will host its eight annual Halloween Fest on Tuesday Oct. 31 from 4:00pm  to 7:00pm in the student parking lot.  If you have any questions about the Halloween Fest, feel free to call Martha Cabrera at 408-347-6556

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Published: 10/25/17




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Student Bulletin

 

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Monday Oct. 23th and these are your morning announcements…

 

 

General News:

On Wednesdayfrom 3-7, you and your parents can come get help filling it out. Find out what documents you’ll need to bring in the counselor’s office. And remember— come to E6 on Wednesday from 3-7 for some extra help filling out your FAFSA. 

 

If you have signed up or are planning to sign up for the SAT in November or December, come by C-14 for some confidence and practice. We meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-4. The session runs through November 2nd.

 

Club Scene:

 

The Filipino Student Union field trip to Google Campus will be this week, Thursday, on October 26th. Field trip forms should be turned-in today to Ms. B in room B1

 

Class News:

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

HEY EAGLES, on Tuesday night, the Girl’s volleyball team is playing against Mount Pleasant tonight for their senior night in the large gym. Tickets are $5 at the door and free with an ASB car. JV starts at 5 and Varsity starts at 6. Come support your lady eagles at their last home game!!

 

 

Oak Grove Girls Soccer has started training,  Those interested in playing J/V or Varsity should attend on MONDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS AT 3:30.  MEET AT THE TRACK.

 

Attention all boys basketball players,  Day 1 of tryouts begin Monday Oct. 30th.  Varsity at 4pm, JV at 6pm and freshman at 730pm.  All players must have proper paperwork completed and submitted before they can

 tryout.  

 

Girls Basketball tryouts will be after school on Monday October 30th.  Student-Athlete Information packets must be completed and physicals must be done before the tryout day.  The packets can be downloaded from the Oak Grove School Loop website Athletics tab.  Any questions - see the coaching staff weekdays after school in the gym, weight room, or field.

 

Today! baseball strength and conditioning starts right after school on the baseball field.

 

Remember:

The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Published: 10/23/17




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Oak Grove Music Program Fundraiser

 

Beautiful florist-quality red poinsettias in 6” wrapped pots from Moran Nurseries of Watsonville are offered at only $12 each!

 

These lovely plants are a terrific holiday decoration or a perfect gift for teachers, family, and friends!

 

Orders are due Wednesday, November 15th (sorry, no late orders).

To order, email fundraisingchair@ogbb.org or ask a band or guard student.

Checks payable to “Oak Grove Band Boosters” with “poinsettia” in the memo.

 

Flowers will be delivered at Oak Grove H.S. after Thanksgiving (date and time TBA).

You will be notified by phone, email, or text message when the poinsettias arrive.

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Published: 10/23/17




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Student Bulletin

 

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Friday Oct. 20th and these are your morning announcements…

 

Here is some Food for Thought for College Week:  While Billionaires Bill Gates and Larry Ellison are exceptions to the rule, college grads make a lot more money than their non college grad counterparts.  According to the National Center for Education statistics, college grads, in their first job after graduation, were making an average of $48, 000 per year in 2016 while workers without a degree earned a median average of $30,000 overall. 

 

General News:

This is national college week Be sure to visit the college fair today in the small gym from 9:30am – 3pm.  Staff, if you intend on bringing your class, please stay with them.

 

If you have signed up or are planning to sign up for the SAT in November or December, come by C-14 for some confidence and practice. We meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-4. The session runs through November 2nd.

 

Club Scene:

Good morning Rock Climbers! The Small Gym is open for climbing today after the college fair.  Mr. G is looking forward to seeing you try out the new purple trail and the modified blue for beginners. All equipment is provided!

 

The Filipino Student Union field trip to Google Campus will be next week, Thursday, on October 26th. Field trip forms should be turned-in today to Ms. B in room B1

 

Chao may ban! Hello VSU members VSU will be having it’s first club meeting today at lunch in x-1. Stop by to meet your officers learn more about the club, & be informed of upcoming events. We will be talking about MAYS, freshman position, & much more. Hope to see you there!

 

Class News:

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

The Annual Harvest Festival is looking for volunteers on Oct. 27th.  Look on our school website for more details.

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

Our football Eagles leave the nest to take on Lincoln tonight!  Good Luck Eagles!

 

Oak Grove Girls Soccer has started training,  Those interested in playing J/V or Varsity should attend on MONDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS AT 3:30.  MEET AT THE TRACK.

 

Girls Basketball tryouts will be after school on Monday October 30th.  Student-Athlete Information packets must be completed and physicals must be done before the tryout day.  The packets can be downloaded from the Oak Grove School Loop website Athletics tab.  Any questions - see the coaching staff weekdays after school in the gym, weight room, or field.

 

Remember:

The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Published: 10/20/17




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Student Bulletin

 

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Tuesday Oct. 17th and these are your morning announcements…

 

Here is some College News for College Week:  Governor Jerry Brown signed a Bill last Friday that will make one year free for students at all 114 Community Colleges in California as long as they are residents of the state and new students who are enrolled full time.  When can you expect this to start?  It could start as early as the the 2018-2019 school year, but is contingent upon lawmakers approving it into the budget by June of 2018.

 

General News:

This is national college week!  Look out for some fun and informative activities sponsored by the college center this week including the College and Career Fair this Friday!  Today, Homboldt State Representatives will be in X1 at 2pm to give a presentation and answer questions about college. 

 

If you have signed up or are planning to sign up for the SAT in November or December, come by C-14 for some confidence and practice. We meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-4. The session begins this Tuesday, October 3rd and runs through November 2nd.

 

Does a $100 for a pizza party for your class sound interesting to you?  Get your class involved this year’s College Door Decorating Contest!  Only one class per teacher can participate.  Today is the final day to participate in the College Door Decorating Contest. The winning class will be announced tomorrow during the morning announcements. Good luck!

See Mr. Barraza in the College Center for more details.

 

Hey there eagle yogis- remember to bring your stretchy clothes for yoga tomorrow in H-2. There will be two sessions: one from 2:15 to 3:15 and one from 3:30 to 4:30 all are welcome to attend. Hope to see you in H-2 tomorrow.

 

Good news students! We still have spots available for Challenge Day. Go see Ms. Val after school to get a permission slip to participate in this fun event!

 

 

Club Scene:

INTERACT INTERACT INTERACT!! There will be an interact meeting today, in room X-1 during lunch! We will be recaping FLC, announcing upcoming events, giving away shirts, and more!

 

Most people have used a ruler to measure an object, but how do you measure the amount of DNA that you can convict or exonerate a suspect? Join us on October 18 at 3:15 in Room X1 to learn more about the science -- and legal issues -- of measurements from special guest Dr. Marc Salit of the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

 

Good morning Rock Climbers! The Small Gym is open for climbing this Friday October 20 from 3:00 - 4:30. Mr. G is looking forward to seeing you try out the new purple trail and the modified blue for beginners. All equipment is provided!

 

Debaters: We're meeting Thursday in room U108 at 3pm.  We're preparing for our tournament! 

 

Hey key clubbers remember there is a short general meeting/mandatory FRN meeting tomorrow at lunch in room X6. If you've signed up for FRN you must go to this meeting.

 

 

 

Class News:

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

The Annual Harvest Festival is looking for volunteers on Oct. 27th.  Look on our school website for more details.

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

Our football Eagles leave the nest to take on Lincoln this week!  Good Luck Eagles!

 

Remember:

The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Published: 10/17/17




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Student Bulletin

 

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Monday Oct. 16th and these are your morning announcements…

Here is a College Fact for College Week:  Founded in 1636 by the Massachusetts Bay Colony, Harvard is America’s first college. 

 

General News:

This is national college week!  Look out for some fun activities sponsored by the college center this week at lunch including the College and Career Fair this Friday!

 

If you have signed up or are planning to sign up for the SAT in November or December, come by C-14 for some confidence and practice. We meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-4. The session begins this Tuesday, October 3rd and runs through November 2nd.

 

Does a $100 for a pizza party for your class sound interesting to you?  Get your class involved this year’s College Door Decorating Contest!  Only one class per teacher can participate.  See Mr. Barraza in the College Center for more details.

 

Club Scene:

Do you want some help with math? Or do you want to sharpen your math skills? Then Math Club is the right club for you! Math Club will be having their first meeting during lunch today in room G-3

 

INTERACT INTERACT INTERACT!! There will be an interact meeting on tomorrow, October 17th, in room X-1 during lunch! We will be recaping FLC, announcing upcoming events, giving away shirts, and more!

 

Most people have used a ruler to measure an object, but how do you measure the amount of DNA that you can convict or exonerate a suspect? Join us on October 18 at 3:15 in Room X1 to learn more about the science -- and legal issues -- of measurements from special guest Dr. Marc Salit of the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

 

Class News:

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

The Annual Harvest Festival is looking for volunteers on Oct. 27th.  Look on our school website for more details.

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

Girls Tennis will take on ST today at home.  Come by and cheer on the Lady Eagles!

 

ATTENTION!! All Students wanting to participate in Boys Basketball this upcoming season, there will be a mandatory meeting today at 115pm in the large gym. 

 

Remember:

The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Published: 10/16/17




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Student Bulletin

 

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Friday Oct. 13th and these are your morning announcements…

Although it’s Friday the 13th, we’re gonna ignore that number and go with the number fifty in honor of Oak Grove’s 50th Anniversary:  Tetraphobia is the fear of the number 4.  Many Asian countries share this fear of the number 4 much like America has a fear of the number 13.  In Hong Kong, for example, many high rise buildings go to the 39th floor and then skip all the floors from 40-49.  Immediately above the 39th floor is the 50th.  Happy 50th Oak Grove!

 

General News:

If you have signed up or are planning to sign up for the SAT in November or December, come by C-14 for some confidence and practice. We meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-4. The session begins this Tuesday, October 3rd and runs through November 2nd.

 

Does a $100 for a pizza party for your class sound interesting to you?  Get your class involved this year’s College Door Decorating Contest!  Only one class per teacher can participate.  See Mr. Barraza in the College Center for more details.

 

Good news Eagles, the DEADLINE is EXTENDED! Challenge Day permission slip deadline extended due to PSAT schedule. Please turn into Ms. Val by break Today!

 

Club Scene:

Window to the World:  Racist, bigot, prejudiced, chauvinist, xenophobe, sexist.  Can you name someone like that?  It’s Archie Bunker.  This week's video is an episode from All in the Family.  Bring your lunch and watch Archie Bunker at his best.  That’s today during lunch in C-16

 

 

Good morning Rock Climbers! The Small Gym is open for climbing today from 3:00 - 4:30. All equipment is provided and there is a new beginner trail for you to try. Mr. G is looking forward to seeing you on the rock climbing wall.

 

INTERACT INTERACT INTERACT!! There will be an interact meeting on Tuesday, October 17th, in room X-1 during lunch! We will be recaping FLC, announcing upcoming events, giving away shirts, and more!

 

Most people have used a ruler to measure an object, but how do you measure the amount of DNA that you can convict or exonerate a suspect? Join us on October 18 at 3:15 in Room X1 to learn more about the science -- and legal issues -- of measurements from special guest Dr. Marc Salit of the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

 

UNICEF UNICEF UNICEF. Come to our meeting today to find out about the new officers and upcoming events. There will be a lot of news so be sure to not miss out this Friday 10/13

 

Class News:

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

The Annual Harvest Festival is looking for volunteers on Oct. 27th.  Look on our school website for more details.

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

Due to poor air quality, the football game tonight against Leigh has been postponed.

 

Women's Basketball Movie Day.  After 7th period today til the end of the Movie with a brief discussion following.
Shown in K10, Food and Drinks provided.

 

ATTENTION!! All Students wanting to participate in Boys Basketball this upcoming season, there will be a mandatory meeting on Monday, October 16th at 115pm in the large gym. 

 

Remember:

 

The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Published: 10/13/17




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The Indigo Harvest Festival is looking for 10-12 volunteers to help run our concessions booths (take tickets, serve snacks/ drinks/popcorn/cotton candy) and general tasks like refilling booth prizes etc.  The event is on October 27th.  Ideally the students would arrive by 5:00pm to learn about their job for the eventing and stay until 8:30 when the event ends.  I am happy to have a sign-in and out form that I can provide to you after the event for credit.   Each volunteer will also be given 2 tickets to use towards concessions items as a thank you for their time.  Indigo is located at 530 Gettysburg Drive.

 

Contact Anne Burder at fundraising@indigoprogram.org to RSVP

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Published: 10/11/17




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Student Bulletin

 

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Thursday Oct. 12th and these are your morning announcements…

In 1998, University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard dies after an attack by two anti-gay men. Matthew Shepard’s death brought national attention to hate crime legislation at the state and federal level.  President Clinton went on to implore Congress to pass the Hate Crimes Prevention Act in the wake of the incident.

 

General News:

Attention All Freshman!  It’s Movie Matinee at Oak Grove just for you!  Link Crew is providing light movie snacks and free movie on the big screen in X1 immediately after school today!  Just bring your ID and enjoy a movie with your friends today from 1:05- 3pm.

 

If you have signed up or are planning to sign up for the SAT in November or December, come by C-14 for some confidence and practice. We meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-4. The session begins this Tuesday, October 3rd and runs through November 2nd.

 

Does a $100 for a pizza party for your class sound interesting to you?  Get your class involved this year’s College Door Decorating Contest!  Only one class per teacher can participate.  See Mr. Barraza in the College Center for more details.

 

Good news Eagles, the DEADLINE is EXTENDED! Challenge Day permission slip deadline extended due to PSAT schedule. Please turn into Ms. Val by break on FRIDAY!

 

Club Scene:

Window to the World:  Racist, bigot, prejudiced, chauvinist, xenophobe, sexist.  Can you name someone like that?  It’s Archie Bunker.  This week Window to the World takes a trip back to All in the Family.  Bring your lunch and watch Archie Bunker at his best.  That’s Friday during lunch in C-16

 

Good morning Rock Climbers! The Small Gym is open for climbing this Friday October 13

 from 3:00 - 4:30. All equipment is provided and there is a new beginner trail for you to try. Mr. G is looking forward to seeing you on the rock climbing wall.

 

INTERACT INTERACT INTERACT!! There will be an interact meeting on Tuesday, October 17th, in room X-1 during lunch! We will be recaping FLC, announcing upcoming events, giving away shirts, and more!

 

Attention all feminists, there will be MANDATORY feminist club meeting today in G1 during lunch! We hope to see you there! 

 

Most people have used a ruler to measure an object, but how do you measure the amount of DNA that you can convict or exonerate a suspect? Join us on October 18 at 3:15 in Room X1 to learn more about the science -- and legal issues -- of measurements from special guest Dr. Marc Salit of the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

 

There will be a Halloween Fest meeting today at lunch in Q1. 

 

UNICEF UNICEF UNICEF. Come to our meeting this Friday 10/13 to find out about the new officers and upcoming events. There will be a lot of news so be sure to not miss out this Friday 10/13

 

Class News:

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

The Annual Harvest Festival is looking for volunteers on Oct. 27th.  Look on our school website for more details.

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

The ASB card will travel too!  Use it this week at Leigh High School and watch our football team contend again for the league title.  Good luck Eagles!

 

ATTENTION!! All Students wanting to participate in Boys Basketball this upcoming season, there will be a mandatory meeting on Monday, October 16th at 115pm in the large gym. 

 

Remember:

 

The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Published: 10/11/17




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Thinking about college? About career choices? Not sure what you want to do?  Then this conference is for you. 

 

Saturday October 14, 2017

8:30am to 2:30pm

W.C. Overfelt High School 

1835 Cunningham Ave, San Jose, CA 95122

 

For more information please see the attached flyer. 

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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Tuesday Oct. 10th and these are your morning announcements…

Flag Salute

General News:

 

If you have signed up or are planning to sign up for the SAT in November or December, come by C-14 for some confidence and practice. We meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-4. The session begins this Tuesday, October 3rd  and runs through November 2nd.

 

During lunch today CCOC/SVCTE will have a table outside to answer any questions you might have about their various programs for next year.

 

Does a $100 for a pizza party for your class sound interesting to you?  Get your class involved this year’s College Door Decorating Contest!  Only one class per teacher can participate.  See Mr. Barraza in the College Center for more details.

 

Hey there Eagle Yogis. Don't forget to come to Yoga tomorow in H-2. There is only one session this week 2:15-3:15. Bring a friend and find out what this yoga thing is all about.

 

CCOC Students: You must attend classes here if there is a conflict between SVCTE/CCOC.  On Wednesday, All PM CCOC students will miss CCOC and attend classes here in the PM.  On Thursday, OCT 12th  everyone with AM CCOC will miss their classes at CCOC and must attend school here. You will be excused from CCOC.  Please see Ms Armstrong if you have questions.

 

Students please turn your Challenge Day permission slips into Ms. Val in PF20. Space is limited so first come first served.

 

Club Scene:

Good morning Rock Climbers! The Small Gym is open for climbing this Friday October 13

 from 3:00 - 4:30. All equipment is provided and there is a new beginner trail for you to try. Mr. G is looking forward to seeing you on the rock climbing wall.

 

Attention all feminists, there will be MANDATORY feminist club meeting this Thursday October 12 in G1 during lunch! We hope to see you there! 

 

Most people have used a ruler to measure an object, but how do you measure the amount of DNA that you can convict or exonerate a suspect? Join us on October 18 at 3:15 in Room X1 to learn more about the science -- and legal issues -- of measurements from special guest Dr. Marc Salit of the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

 

Class News:

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

The Annual Harvest Festival is looking for volunteers on Oct. 27th.  Look on our school website for more details.

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

Congratulations to the Eagle Football team on their victory against Pioneer last Friday night.  This week they are away at Leigh.  Good luck Eagles!

 

Also, there is a baseball meeting today @ lunch in the main gym.  That’s today at lunch in the main gym.

 

ATTENTION!! All Students wanting to participate in Boys Basketball this upcoming season, there will be a mandatory meeting on Monday, October 16th at 115pm in the large gym. 

 

Remember:

 

The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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General News:

Get your ASB Card today and save on the homecoming game and dance this week.  Available at the student bank!

 

This Friday is our Homecoming Rally!  All students must show their school ID to enter the assembly.  If you are not going to the assembly, remember that this is a closed campus and you must stay in the new quad, mid town, or small gym area.  Wherever you find yourself Eagles, please be courteous and respectful to your peers, staff, and surroundings.

 

Homecoming tickets are on sale this week at the student bank during lunch.  Prices are: $5 with ASB, $10 without, and $15 for guests.  Save the date.    The Homecoming Dance is this Saturday!

 

If you have signed up or are planning to sign up for the SAT in November or December, come by C-14 for some confidence and practice. We meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-4. The session begins this Tuesday, October 3rd  and runs through November 2nd.

 

Seniors, do you plan on applying to 4-year universities? Stop by today in room C1 from 2-4PM to get started on your college applications!

 

Does a $100 for a pizza party for your class sound interesting to you?  Get your class involved this year’s College Door Decorating Contest!  Only one class per teacher can participate.  See Mr. Barraza in the College Center for more details.

 

Club Scene:

Tis' the month to spread fright and fear but don't be scared to listen up and hear. That the Acts of Random Kindness Club is having a meeting this Friday during lunch in U108. Come and find out about all the spooky events you can be apart of! This is a sweet treat you would not want to miss.

 

EAC, EAC! Attention EAC members, there will be a mandatory meeting today during lunch at E-3.

Window to the World:  This week Mr. Kim is back in another episode of “Kim’s Convenience”, Come check it out.   Bring your lunch.  Bring your friends.  That’s tomorrow during lunch in C-16.

 

INTERACT INTERACT INTERACT! If you missed pre-FLC, you can pick up your shirts and wristband today during break and lunch in room X-8!" On Thursday and Friday

 

Robotics club will have a meeting every Thursday from 3:00-400 starting this Thursday in x-11! Come out to join in our first activity of the year! No experience needed"

 

Class News:

Hey Sophomores! Your shirts have arrived. Please come by the bank during break or lunch today to pick yours up. If you've missed out on pre-orders, you can still buy one for the price of $15. 

 

Seniors! Your class shirts are in! Swing by Q1 at lunch to pick them up!

 

Juniors!  Your homecoming shirts are available for pick up today in Q1 during lunch!

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

Need to prepare for Girls Basketball Tryouts at the end of October?  Give yourself a chance by coming to open gym and conditioning.  Mondays @ 1:15.  Tuesday- Friday @ 3:15.

 

This week, our football Eagles play Pioneer for our homecoming game.  Watch the game, watch the parade, watch the marching band, and the fireworks this Friday for our 50th Homecoming!

 

Remember:

Tomorrow is Blue and Gold Friday!  AND…

 

The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 10/5/17




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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Wednesday Oct. 4th and these are your morning announcements…

 

1993 - Ruth Bader Ginsburg joins the U.S. Supreme Court as its second woman justice (and still serving)

 

 

General News:

Get your ASB Card today and save on the homecoming game and dance this week.  Available at the student bank!

 

The votes are in: Your Homecoming Court for 2017-12018 are James Stuart and America Gonzales, Austin Lam and Laura Pham, Edward Hermano and Arlene Santos, Sean Dang and Annie Pham. 

 

Homecoming tickets are on sale this week at the student bank during lunch.  Prices are: $5 with ASB, $10 without, and $15 for guests.  Save the date.    The Homecoming Dance is this Saturday!

 

Good news seniors, if you have not taken your senior portraits yet, JP Impressions will be open on Saturdays for appointments for the next 4 weeks.  Do not delay, get your portrait taken for the 50th anniversary yearbook!  The deadline is 10/21/17!

 

Hey there Eagle Yogis. Don't forget to come to Yoga today in H-2. Session 1 is 2:15-3:15 and Session 2 is 3:30-4:30. Bring a friend and find out what this yoga thing is all about.

 

Santa Clara University:  Come to G-2 computer lab at 2 p.m. today, Oct. 4th, to learn about Santa Clara university! A panel of four alumni guests will be available to answer all your questions!

 

Does a $100 for a pizza party for your class sound interesting to you?  Get your class involved this year’s College Door Decorating Contest!  Only one class per teacher can participate.  See Mr. Barraza in the College Center for more details.

 

Club Scene:

Tis' the month to spread fright and fear but don't be scared to listen up and hear. That the Acts of Random Kindness Club is having a meeting this Friday during lunch in U108. Come and find out about all the spooky events you can be apart of! This is a sweet treat you would not want to miss.

 

Class News:

Seniors, the CSU application is now open! Mr. Barraza will be hosting the first college application lab today from 2-4PM in room G1. Please bring your school transcript if possible. See you there

 

Hey Sophomores! Your shirts have arrived. Please come by the bank during break or lunch today to pick yours up. If you've missed out on pre-orders, you can still buy one for the price of $15. 

 

Seniors! Your class shirts are in! Swing by Q1 at lunch to pick them up!

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

This week, our football Eagles play Pioneer for our homecoming game.  Watch the game, watch the parade, watch the marching band, and the fireworks this Friday for our 50th Homecoming!

 

Congratulations to the Oak Grove Ladies Volleyball team on their win vs. Live Oak last night.  Go EAGLES!

 

Remember:

Tomorrow is Twin Day!  AND...

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 10/4/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Tuesday Oct. 3rd and these are your morning announcements…

 

On this day in 1895, The Red Badge of Courage, by Stephen Crane was published.  It is the story of a young man’s experience of battle and was the first American novel to portray the Civil War from the ordinary soldier’s point of view.

 

 

General News:

Get your ASB Card today and save on the homecoming game and dance this week.  Available at the student bank!

 

Homecoming tickets are on sale this week at the student bank during lunch.  Prices are: $5 with ASB, $10 without, and $15 for guests.  Save the date.    The Homecoming Dance is on October 7th!

 

Good news seniors, if you have not taken your senior portraits yet, JP Impressions will be open on Saturdays for appointments for the next 4 weeks.  Do not delay, get your portrait taken for the 50th anniversary yearbook!  The deadline is 10/21/17!

 

Santa Clara University:  Come to G-2 computer lab at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 4th to learn about Santa Clara university! A panel of four alumni guests will be available to answer all your questions!

 

Club Scene:

 

I INTERACT INTERACT INTERACT! There will be a Pre-FLC this Wednesday, October 10th, from 3-5 in room X-8! Be there to learn more information about FLC before the actual day and pick up FLC shirts!

 

Class News:

Seniors, the CSU application is now open! Mr. Barraza will be hosting the first college application lab today from 2-4PM in room G1. Please bring your school transcript if possible. See you there

 

Seniors! Your class shirts are in! Swing by Q1 at lunch to pick them up!

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

Walden West is looking for Volunteer Cabin Leaders for the week of October 22nd.  If interested, stop by Q1  for more information.

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

This week, our football Eagles play Pioneer for our homecoming game.  Watch the game, watch the parade, watch the marching band, and the fireworks this Friday for our 50th Homecoming!

 

Remember:

"Oak Grove Eagles! Attendance Matters.  On Time.  All day.  Every Day" 

 

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 10/3/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Friday Sept. 29th and these are your morning announcements…

In honor of Oak Grove’s 50th Anniversary, here is your Friday Factoid involving that number 50:  On August 1st, 1959, Hawaii was admitted into the Union as our 50th State!  Aloha Eagles!

 

General News:

Bring your “Squad on the Quad!”  Wear your blue and gold, cheer on the football team, listen to music and hang with your friends during lunch on the quad.  It’s Squad on the Quad between the Nest and Fishbowl! Beat ST! 

 

Homecoming tickets are on sale this week at the student bank during lunch.  Prices are: $5 with ASB, $10 without, and $15 for guests.  Save the date.    The Homecoming Dance is on October 7th!

 

Good news seniors, if you have not taken your senior portraits yet, JP Impressions will be open on Saturdays for appointments for the next 4 weeks.  Do not delay, get your portrait taken for the 50th anniversary yearbook!  The deadline is 10/21/17!

 

Santa Clara University:  Come to G-2 computer lab at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 4th to learn about Santa Clara university! A panel of four alumni guests will be available to answer all your questions!

 

Hey Eagles! Today, Juniors will be selling Pure Milk Tea after school @ 3:30 right by the Student bank for $5 each! Bring a friend and come to the game against ST.

 

Club Scene:

INTERACT INTERACT INTERACT! There will be an Interact meeting today in room X1 during lunch. Come to get updates on FLC, enter a special shirt raffle, and feature in the FLC promo video!

 

Interclub Council meeting next Monday for Halloween Fest in Q1 at lunch.  Send a rep. to get involved!

 

Window to the World:  Today Window to the World is going back to Junior High School with Kevin Arnold and friends in The Wonder Years. Come check it out.   Bring your lunch.  Bring your friends. That’s today during lunch in C-16.

 

Class News:

 

Freshman, don't forget to order and turn in money for homecoming shirts! You can come to Q-1 to order or turn in money for your shirt today a lunch

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

Walden West is looking for Volunteer Cabin Leaders for the week of October 22nd.  If interested, stop by Q1  for more information.

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

Eagles flock to stadium tonight to cheer on your team as they face our bitter rivals: the St. Bernards of ST.  Come decked out in all your blue and gold and support your football Eagles!

 

Remember:

"Oak Grove Eagles! Attendance Matters.  On Time.  All day.  Every Day" 

 

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 9/29/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

What: Volunteer Cabin Leaders

When: October 22-27, 2017

Who: High School Students

How: Forward/Post the attached flyer; send students to www.waldenwest.org/volunteer for more information and to apply

Why: science enrichment, build leadership skills, add to portfolio

 

Walden West supports high school student’s by providing up 100 hours of service learning credit earned as cabin leaders while enriching their current knowledge in our field classes. Training and support is provided throughout the week.

 

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 9/27/17




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Good Morning Eagles!  It’s Monday Sept. 25th and these are your morning announcements…

 

General News:

Homecoming tickets are on sale next week at the student bank during break and lunch.  Prices are: $5 with ASB, $10 without, and $15 for guests.  Save the date.    The Homecoming Dance is on October 7th!

 

Attention all juniors and seniors!  JROTC is hosting the ASVAB armed forces entrance test on September 27. If you are interested in joining the military, you will need to take this test. Come to the JROTC  building and sign up with an Instructor today!

Interested in going to SJSU?  An admissions counselor from SJSU will hold a workshop this Thursday @ 2 p.m.in Room X-1 to walk you through the new CSU application process and provide you with helpful tips. 

 

Are you interested in traveling to Peru? We will be hosting our 2nd informational meeting on Wed. at lunch in room D4. Come check out this amazing opportunity

 

Club Scene:

All Clubs interested in participating in this year’s homecoming parade should send a rep. to Q1 today at lunch for important information.

 

Class News:

 

Do you want to know how you can earn up to $17,000 in state and federal grant monies  to cover your college tuition? Attend

Oak Grove's financial aid night on Wednesday, October 4th from 6 to 7 p.m. to obtain more information.  Presentation will be available in both English and Spanish. 

 

Freshman, don't forget to order and turn in money for homecoming shirts! You can come to Q-1 to order or turn in money for your shirt today a lunch

 

Volunteers and Community Service:

Walden West is looking for Volunteer Cabin Leaders for the week of October 22nd.  If interested, stop by Q1  for more information.

 

Tired of seeing trash all over campus?  Do your part and put trash in its place.  Keep it classy and not trashy.

 

Sporting News:

Congratulations to the Football Eagles on their come-from-behind win vs. Piedmont Hills last Friday night.  This Friday, they take on our bitter rivals, the St. Bernards of Santa Teresa!  Don’t miss this one.  Get an ASB card today and get into this and all other league games for free!

 

Remember:

"Oak Grove Eagles! Attendance Matters.  On Time.  All day.  Every Day" 

 

The only place SUCCESS comes before WORK is in the dictionary

 

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Posted by: Keith Chung
Published: 9/25/17




Audience: Athletics, NCAA, Course Catalog, Academics, Fall Sports, Winter Sports, College Information, Spring Sports, Counseling, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Administration, Parents, Administration, DACA, Martha Cabrera, Athletics, Testing, Grade 09, Grade 10, Library Media Lessons, Grade 11, Grade 12, Library Research Center, All Grades, Martha Cabrera, Fall Sports, Staff Resources, About Us, AVID, NCAA Division 3, Financial Aid & Scholarships, Presentations, Course Catalog, Parent Groups, Parents, Staff Resources, Work Permit, College Information, Testing, Spartan East Side Promise, Academics, Library Research Center, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Martha Cabrera, Departments, Naviance, Departments, NCAA Division 1, Parent Groups, AVID, Summer Programs, Homepage, Summer Programs, Homepage, Spartan East Side Promise, Counseling Homepage, Presentations, Library Media Lessons, Counseling, Work Permit, Naviance, NCAA Division 3, Winter Sports, Spring Sports, About Us, NCAA Division 1, NCAA, Graduation Requirements, Financial Aid & Scholarships, DACA and Graduation Requirements

Designed for African American Females Aged 13 to 18      

 

Objectives of Images

  • To encourage higher educational and career aspirations in African American females by making them aware of the current facts concerning their roles in the workplace.
  • To encourage students to plan for economic self-sufficiency by increasing their knowledge about the  income required to support a family.
  • To encourage students to delay parenthood by increasing their knowledge about the economic, social, emotional and physical costs of childrearing.
  • To discourage self-destructive behaviors such as drug/alcohol abuse, pregnancy or dropping out of school by increasing the students’ self-esteem and helping them to visualize rewarding and self-reliant futures.
  • To provide mentors from varied backgrounds and careers (traditional and non-traditional)
  • To encourage African American females to accept responsibility, and involve themselves in more critical thinking and problem solving.

 

Images is a free nine month program that focuses on your self-awareness,

your lifestyle and your future.  Workshops are on the 3rd Saturday of each

month from September 2017 to May 2018.

 

For more information call:  Leila Welch, Chair (408) 218-6409 or Halimah Mekki, Co-chair (650) 867-7349  Please see the attached documents for more information. 

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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 9/15/17




Audience: Counseling Homepage, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, Homepage, All Grades and Homepage





 

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Posted by: Kelly Kruger
Published: 9/8/17




Audience: Athletics, NCAA, Course Catalog, Academics, Fall Sports, Winter Sports, College Information, Spring Sports, Counseling, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Administration, Teachers, Parents, Parents, Administration, DACA, Martha Cabrera, Athletics, Testing, Grade 09, Grade 10, Library Media Lessons, Grade 11, Grade 12, Library Research Center, All Grades, Martha Cabrera, Fall Sports, Staff, Staff Resources, About Us, 9th grade parents, AVID, NCAA Division 3, Financial Aid & Scholarships, Presentations, Course Catalog, Parent Groups, Parents, Staff Resources, Work Permit, College Information, Testing, Spartan East Side Promise, Academics, Library Research Center, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Martha Cabrera, Departments, Naviance, Departments, NCAA Division 1, Parent Groups, AVID, Summer Programs, Homepage, Summer Programs, Homepage, Spartan East Side Promise, Counseling Homepage, Presentations, Library Media Lessons, Counseling, Work Permit, Naviance, NCAA Division 3, Winter Sports, Spring Sports, About Us, NCAA Division 1, NCAA, Graduation Requirements, Financial Aid & Scholarships, DACA and Graduation Requirements

College Night

 

Monday September 25th at Independence High School 

From 6:00pm to 8:00pm

 

  • Don't miss the opportunity to meet representatives from a variety of colleges and universities. 
  • Informative workshops will be available.

 

 

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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 9/7/17




Audience: Athletics, NCAA, Course Catalog, Academics, Fall Sports, Winter Sports, College Information, Spring Sports, Counseling, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Administration, Teachers, Students, Parents, Parents, Administration, DACA, Martha Cabrera, Athletics, Testing, Grade 09, Grade 10, Library Media Lessons, Grade 11, Grade 12, All Grades, Library Research Center, Martha Cabrera, Fall Sports, Staff, Staff Resources, Principals, About Us, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Afterschool Professionals, AVID, NCAA Division 3, Financial Aid & Scholarships, Presentations, Course Catalog, Parent Groups, Parents, Staff Resources, Work Permit, College Information, Testing, Spartan East Side Promise, Academics, Library Research Center, SVCTE (formerly CCOC), Martha Cabrera, Departments, Naviance, Departments, NCAA Division 1, Parent Groups, AVID, Summer Programs, Homepage, Summer Programs, Homepage, Spartan East Side Promise, Counseling Homepage, Presentations, Library Media Lessons, Counseling, Work Permit, Naviance, NCAA Division 3, Winter Sports, Spring Sports, About Us, NCAA Division 1, NCAA, Graduation Requirements, Financial Aid & Scholarships, DACA and Graduation Requirements

Parents: 

 

You are invited to the Annual Parent

Empowerment Conference

Saturday, September 30, 2017 from 8:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.

at Evergreen Valley High School 

 

 

WORKSHOPS (English, Spanish, and Vietnamese):

  • College Entrance Requirements
  • Scholarship and Financial Aid
  • Information on Advanced Placement (AP) Courses
  • How to Succeed in High School by Creating a Four Year Roadmap
  • Study Skills and Test-Taking Strategies
  • Internet Safety 
  • How to help your child with State Standards
  • Learn about the ABC's of Teen Mental, Social, and Emotional Health 
  • Resource Fair, Raffle and more! 

For details please see the attached flyer or call 408-347-6556.

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Posted by: Martha Cabrera
Published: 9/6/17


Non-Discrimination Statement

East Side Union High School District prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation and bullying in educational programs, activities, or employment on the basis of actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, parental, pregnancy, family or marital status, or association with a person or a group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. East Side Union High School District requires that school personnel take immediate steps to intervene when safe to do so when he or she witnesses an act of discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying.

Questions or complaints of alleged discrimination, harassment, intimidation and bullying or title IX equity and compliance concerns should be directed to the Office of the Associate Superintendent of Instructional Services at (408) 347- 5061 or 830 N. Capitol Ave, San Jose, Ca 95133.

Declaración Contra la Discriminación

El Distrito Escolar Unificado de Preparatoria East Side prohíbe la discriminación, el acoso, la intimidación y el abuso en los programas educativos, las actividades o el empleo por causas de ascendencia real o percibida, edad, color de la piel, discapacidad, género, identidad de género o expresión de género, nacionalidad, raza u origen étnico, religión, sexo, orientación sexual, estado de paternidad, embarazo o estado familiar o civil o asociación con una persona o grupo de personas con una o más de estas características reales o percibidas. El Distrito Escolar Unificado de Preparatoria East Side requiere que el personal escolar tome los pasos necesarios inmediatamente para intervenir cuando sea seguro hacerlo en caso de ser testigos de un acto de discriminación, acoso, intimidación o abuso.

Las preguntas o quejas de acusaciones de discriminación, acoso, intimidación y abuso o las preocupaciones sobre la igualdad y el cumplimiento de la ley con relación al artículo IX del Código de Educación deben ser dirigidas a la Oficina del Asistente del Superintendente para los Servicios de Enseñanza al (408) 347-5061 o a la siguiente dirección: 830 N. Capitol Ave, San José, Ca 95133.

Tuyên Bố Không Phân Biệt Đối Xử

(Non-Discrimination Statement)

Học Khu Trung Học East Side nghiêm cấm mọi hành vị kỳ thị, quấy nhiễu, hăm dọa và bắt nạt trong các chương trình giáo dục, các hoạt động hoặc trong công việc không được đặc trên cơ sở về tổ tiên, chủng tộc hoặc sắc tộc, tôn giáo, giới tính, khuynh hướng tình dục, cha mẹ, người mang thai, gia đình, hoặc tình trạng hôn nhân, hoặc liên hệ với một người hoặc một nhóm với nhiều điểm thực tế hoặc đặc điểm về nhận thức. Học Khu Trung Học East Side đòi hỏi nhân viên nhà trường phải tiến hành ngay các biện pháp can thiệp một cách an toàn khi họ chứng kiến các hành vi kỳ thị, quấu rối, hăm dọa hoặc bắt nạt.

Nếu có các câu hỏi hoặc khiếu nạo về sự phân biệt đối xử, sách nhiễu, hăm dọa và bắt nạt hoặc liên quan đến Title IX sự công bằng và tuân thủ các điều này xin qúy vị liên lạc với Văn phòng Phó Tổng Giám Đốc Đặc Trách Giáo Dục tại số điện thoại (408) 347-5061 hoặc địa chỉ 830 N. Capitol Ave, San Jose, CA 95133.