Schedule Update: I have started emailing out schedules to students in grades 7-12. Please be patient. It is a tedious process. :) If you don't receive your schedule this evening, you will have it tomorrow morning. Please email me back with questions once schedules are received. Can't wait to see all of you. -- Miss Lori
The floral design program is proud to partner with Bobo's Nursery & Florist for the new school year! A representative will come and help students with flower arrangements starting in the fall. This will also be a great opportunity for students to train for the Texas State Florist level one certification!
Attention All Oakwood Residents!!!! This is an opportunity to receive a box of fresh fruit & vegetables for Free! Yes FREE! There is no paperwork to qualify just come pick up your box on Monday August 3rd at 9:30! Please come and pick up your box, if enough people participate this could be a monthly occurrence! Please share ❤️
20-21 OHS Captain Graciebelle Pettiette Graciebelle was an All American Nominee and complete the try-out process on the last day of camp. Excited to announce she made the All American Team and received an invitation to attend a Varsity Special Event. 20-21 OHS Co-Captain Monique Miller All American Nominees Graciebelle Pettiette Rae Rantala Monique Miller
Cheer Camp Awards OJH & OHS received many awards during camp week. National Championship Bid & NFHS Squad Credentialing Technic Excellence for voice projection Stunt S.A.F.E Award Herkie Team Award Special Event Invitation Received a Superior Ribbon for cheer and chant and Excellence for band chat evaluations.
Pin it Forward Award To receive this pin is an honor because the cheerleader demonstrated leadership, spirit, commitment, kindness, and motivation. They are an example of why America needs cheerleaders. Monique and Cherich received the pin from our NCA representative. At the end of camp the girls had to pin it forward to another cheerleader. Monique pinned it forward to Rai’Miaya Cherich pinned if forward to Breyanna
The Oakwood FFA chapter has launched an updated website for our students and community! https://gooakwood.ffanow.org/. We hope you find this website very useful for information needed in regards to our AG program!
Here is a link for our virtual Texas FFA convention https://convention.texasffa.org/ . This will give you an insight to our agricultural world and will also highlight several opportunities through FFA!
Dear Parent or Guardian, The deadline to apply for P-EBT food benefits has been extended to July 31. Please review the criteria to see if your family is eligible and needs to apply for benefits. Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) is a one-time benefit for eligible families to buy food. Immigration status does not matter when applying for P-EBT. The public charge rule does not apply to P-EBT benefits. P-EBT is for children 5-18 years old who received SNAP food benefits for the month of March 2020. P-EBT is also for children up to 21 years old who are certified for free or reduced-price meals through the National School Lunch Program at school during the 2019-20 school year. Children that attend a school that offers free meals to all students (Community Eligibility Provision or Provision 2) are also eligible. • Fill out an application here: https://yourtexasbenefits.com/Learn/PEBT (the URL is case-sensitive)
Students in Grades 9-12 please follow the link below and answer 3 short questions for me as I am working on completing your schedules for the 20-21 school year. Thank you. -- Miss Olive https://forms.gle/fdYEgZgJuvLpFWXL9
Oakwood Elementary Supply List Pre-Kindergarten Supply List 2020-2021 2-bottles of Elmer’s glue 4-glue sticks 2-boxes of Kleenex 1-bottle of hand sanitizer 1 backpack, without wheels 1 – plastic with brads and pockets Take Home folder 1- gallon storage bags (GIRLS) 1-quart storage bags (BOYS) 2-disinfecting wipes 3-Spirals (Writing & Fine Motor Journals) Small blanket OR beach towel for naps (Nap mats are provided) One complete change of SEASONAL clothes in labeled Ziploc bag Kindergarten Supply List 2020-2021 3 boxes of crayons 1-box markers 6 glue sticks 1 change of clothes in a labeled bag 1 pair safety scissors 3 pink erasers 1 pencil box 1 pencil bag 3 box Kleenex 2 bottles hand sanitizer 2 containers disinfectant wipes 1 packs baby wipes 1 box ziploc bags ( quart OR gallon) 3 folders with brads ( any colors) 2 boxes of #2 Pencils Backpack 1st Grade supply list 8-glue sticks 2- boxes Kleenex 4-24 ct. Crayola Crayons Backpack 1-pkg of dry erase markers (4 in a pack) 3-large pink erasers (not tips) 1-plastic pencil box 2-dozen of #2 pencils 2-Primary Composition Notebooks (blank half page for drawing) 6-Plastic folders with pockets/brads (2-blue, 2-red, 2-green) 1-spiral notebook 2-Large disinfecting wipes (Clorox/Lysol type) 1-Large bottle of hand sanitizer 1-Package of copy paper (white or colored) 2 pkg-3 by 5 notecards (white or colored) 2nd Grade Supply List 4-dozen pencils (all wooden no. 2) 4 highlighters 4 large PINK erasers 6 glue sticks 1- gallon storage bags 1-24 ct. box of colored pencils 1- quart storage bags 1-18.5x11 package construction paper 3- Composition notebooks 1 9x12 construction paper 1 package manilla paper 2 - disinfecting wipes (Clorox/Lysol type) 2 boxes Kleenex 2 - 24ct. Crayola Crayons 1-bottle hand sanitizer 1-pair of pointed-lip fiskar scissors (labeled) 2- pkg of dry erase markers (4 in a pack) 1-clear plastic ruler (with in. &cm.) 8-plastic folders with brads (red, yellow, blue) 3rd Grade Supply List 2-Boxes of 24 Crayons 1-Box of Washable Markers 24-#2 Wooden Pencils 2-Red pens 2-Large Pink Erasers 1-pkg of yellow highlighters 1-bottle of liquid glue 16-glue sticks 2-pkg of wide ruled notebook paper 1-pkg of Manila paper 2-composition books 1-pair of scissors 4-folders with pockets and brads 1-pencil box 1-pkg of expo markers (set of 4) 1-pkg of index cards 2-boxes of Kleenex 1-bottle of hand sanitizer 1-box of Ziploc bags (sandwich) 1-box of Ziploc bags (gallon) 4th- 6th Grade Supply Lists English/ Language Arts 2-boxes Kleenex 1 tub Clorox wipes 3 glue-sticks 1 pair of scissors 2 composition books 1 package map pencils 1 bottle germ-x Math 2 boxes Kleenex 3 tubs Clorox Wipes 1 - 2inch binder with plastic cover 1 pkg. sheet protectors 2 pkg. Ticonderoga Pencils 3- glue sticks 1 box quart size Ziploc bags 1 pair scissors 1 pencil bag 1 pkg. map pencils 2- plastic folders with pockets and brads 1 bottle Germ X 1 composition notebook 1 pkg. copy paper Science 1-Composition book 1-pgk of pencils 1-pgk of map colors
Oakwood High School Supply List for 2020-2021 Math (1) 1 ½ inch binder 5 pencils 7th Grade - Pre-Cal & Physics 1 1/2" binder 5 dividers loose- leaf notebook paper pencils map pencils 10th Grade Geometry: 12" ruler, protractor, and compass (These are for at home use) 12th Grade Pre-Cal: graphing paper Physics: graphing paper and ruler (ruler is for at home) Science pencils pen paper 1” binder map pencils Composition notebook Pocket folder Glue sticks 7th and 8th Grade ELAR English III and English IV Composition book Pens (blue, black & red) 2” binder (any color) dividers (4 Tabs) Highlighters Merriam Webster’s Dictionary and Thesaurus Combination ISBN #: 978-0-87779-732-6 $15.95 ● You can find this online at amazon.com or barnesandnoble.com or you can get it at the Barnes and Noble store ● Be sure you get the one that measures 6.5” x 9.2” not the small one (8th Gr SS, World History, US History, Government, Economics, Psychology, and Sociology) 1 ½ or 2 inch 3-ring binder 3-hole paper (student choice of wide ruled or college ruled) blue or black pens, or #2 pencils map colors box of facial tissues hand sanitizer composition book Theatre Arts 1 single subject spiral notebook blue or black pens, or #2 pencils box of facial tissues hand sanitizer 2 inch black binder Agriculture 1. 1 composition notebook 2. map pencils 3. 1 glue stick Spanish 1 & 2 2” binder 1 package notebook paper 1 highlighter 5 pencils 2 glue sticks 1 adult scissors 1 ruler Marketing 1, 2, 3 (Practicum) 2 pens 1 composition notebook Professional Communications • blue or black ink pens • highlighters • map pencils • 1 subject spiral (college ruled) • 1 inch binder (no larger than 1 inch) Personal Financial Literacy • blue or black ink pens • 1 inch binder • highlighters • 5 tab dividers (Bell Ringers, Notes, Handouts, Assignments, Reviews) Each student should being the following items to be given to their homeroom teacher: 1-2 boxes of tissues, 1 container of disinfectant wipes, 1 bottles germ-X
Students: If you checked out a calculator during online learning and did not return it, please make sure to return those to the school as soon as possible. Thanks.
There are two weeks left to apply for P-EBT food benefits. You should have received a school email or letter with a link to the application. P-EBT is for children who received SNAP March 2020 and children who are certified for free or reduced-price school meals during the 2019-20 Texas school year. If you have not received information from your school, please contact 833-613-6220. Visit hhs.texas.gov/PEBT for more information.
Oakwood ISD would like to send our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Coach Chris Kuykendall, or Coach K. As Athletic Director at Oakwood for several years, he was a big influence in the lives of many of our students. He will be greatly missed. We pray for peace and comfort to his wife Cassie, his children, and all of his friends and family.
The yearbook book for 2020 is finished. Please go in on the link below and order yours. Http://www.treering.com/validate? Passcode=101534785794843
The Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer, or P-EBT, application is open. You should have received a school email or letter with more information on how to apply for these food benefits. P-EBT is for children who received SNAP food benefits for March 2020 and for children who are certified for free or reduced-price school meals during the 2019-20 Texas school year. You could receive up to $285 per child on a P-EBT card to purchase food at stores. If you have not received P-EBT information from your school, please contact 833-613-6220. Visit hhs.texas.gov/PEBT for more information.
Good luck today to Eli DeLeon, Eli Pettiette, Gracie Bell Pettiette, and Tank Andrews. They have traveled on their own to participate in the Kaufman TX. Livestock Show.
Healthy Summer Meals for Kids- Oakwood ISD will continue to serve meals to the children in the area for the months of June and July. If you would like more information on how to receive a meal, please contact the school. If you no longer need meals delivered during the summer, please let us know ASAP. Thank you, Oakwood ISD
Dear Parent or Guardian, Your household may be eligible to receive Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) benefits to buy food. P-EBT is for children 5-18 years old who received SNAP food benefits for the month of March 2020 and children up to 21 years old who are certified for free or reduced-price meals at school in Texas during the 2019-20 school year. Children that attend a school that offers free meals to all students (Community Eligibility Provision or Provision 2) are also eligible. The online application for P-EBT is now open. Please review the criteria to see if you need to apply to receive these benefits. The application link is provided below. Do I need to apply for P-EBT? Families that DID NOT get SNAP benefits for the month of March 2020 • Yes, you will need to apply. • Fill out an application here: yourtexasbenefits.com/Learn/PEBT • The application is open until June 30, 2020. • If you do not currently get SNAP benefits and your child is approved for P-EBT, you will be mailed a P-EBT card loaded with benefits. Families that DID get SNAP benefits for the month of March 2020 • You do not need to apply for children ages 5-18. Benefits were loaded onto your existing SNAP card by May 22. • If you have children under 5 and/or between the ages of 19 and 21, you will need to fill out an application for those children. Fill out an application here: yourtexasbenefits.com/Learn/PEBT • If you get SNAP benefits and your child is approved for P-EBT, we will put funds on your current Lone Star Card. P-EBT is a one-time benefit for families issued through an EBT card (like a debit card). Families receive up to $285 per eligible child. You will have one year from the date the benefits were issued to use your P-EBT benefits. P-EBT benefits are non-transferrable. If you need help filling out the P-EBT application, please contact is 833-613-6220. For more information, please visit hhs.texas.gov/PEBT or call is 833-613-6220. Sincerely, Oakwood ISD
We are excited to announce that we will offer the Certified Veterinarian Assistant certification for the 2020-2021 school year! Please email Mr. Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. More details to come!
Final grades will be available on June 3, 2020. Report cards will be mailed out on June 5, 2020.
It's that time of year. Yearbook orders are due. If you are interested in holding on to the memories made this year. You can click on the link below and order your 2019-2020 Oakwood ISD yearbook. http://www.treering.com/validate? Passcode=101534785794843
It's that time of year. Yearbook orders are due. If you are interested in holding on to the memories made this year, click on the link below and order your 2019-2020 Oakwood ISD yearbook. http://www.treering.com/validate? Passcode=101534785794843
Order your Yearbook NOW!!! Click the link below to order your 2019/2020 Oakwood ISD Yearbook. https://www.treering.com/validate?PassCode=101534785794843
OAKWOOD ATHLETICS (APRIL 27th-May 1st) COACH TRITZ Monday April 27th 2020 Pre-Workout Warm-Up (Do everyday) 10 yards apart and do 1 time -High Knees -lunges -Butt Kicks -Knee pull to chest -Karaoke cross overs (each way) -straight led kicks -skips (high skip) -skips (regular) -run Monday: * 75 jumping jacks * 20 Full Sit Up’s X 2 * 25 tri-cep dips * 25 lunges (each leg) * 15 Russian twists X 2 * 20 standing calf hops X2 * 10 push-ups X2 * 40 sec. plank X2 * Running: 4 min run, with 4 min cool down walk Tuesday: * 75 jumping jacks * 25 burpies * 30 crunches X 2 * 25 tri-cep dips * 30 reg squats * 15 side lunges * 15 leg bicycle kicks * 50 scissor kicks * 15 wide hand push-ups * 30 Russian twists x2 * Running: 2x 3 min runs and 10-10 sprints, 2 min cool down walk Wednesday: * 100 jumping jacks * 2X 20 tri-cep dips * 15 sit-ups * 30 bird-dogs * 2-30 sec. plank * 30 squats * 30 crunches x 2 * 10 stationary lunges * 40 standing calf raises * Running: 5-10 yard runs and a 5 minute jog, 2 min cool down walk Thursday: * 100 jumping jacks * 30 vertical leg crunches * 2X20 squat jumps * 25 push-ups- traditional * 50 Russian Twists * 15 sec. Side plank (right and left) Then 30 sec. reg plank * 2 X 10 leg raises on back * 25 jump squats * 40 high knees * Running: 5 minute continuous jog, with 5 cool down walk Friday: * Free Friday-Go outside, and find something to do in your yard. You can either do some yard work, clean up around your property, shoot hoops, go on a walk, go fishing, just go outside and get some air. All of these exercises can be done anywhere. If you don't know what an exercise looks like, google it or call one of the coaches. Don't use the time away as an excuse, use it to become better! I hope this week you can build upon last week and don’t be afraid to push yourself. Work harder than everyone else and be prepared for that time when we get to come back and compete. PFND!!!
SUMMER MEALS-TO-YOU: TEXAS The program is available to households with at least one child eligible for Free and Reduced-Price Lunch during the school year. Students can be eligible as individuals. Each household can receive one box per week for each child, ages 0 to 18 (though the boxes include food items typically appropriate for children two and older), living in the household, provided he or she has neither graduated nor dropped out of school before the age of 18. (If you have multiple children living with you this summer, make sure to list an eligible student first on the enrollment form. We will serve as many students as possible this summer, but due to the limited number of meals we can provide, we may not be able to serve everyone who signs up. We will use a lottery to place each household into one of two groups. One group will receive food boxes throughout the summer, while the other group will be placed on a wait list to receive boxes should space become available. All families will have the same chance of receiving the food boxes, and if wait-listed, the same chance of coming off of the wait list. Signup can be done here-- https://mealstoyou.org/meals-to-you-texas/
Today (Friday, April 17), Governor Greg Abbott issued an executive order closing schools for the remainder of the school year. Schools will continue to educate through online distance learning and printed packets to finish out the year. Plans for graduation are being discussed and will be posted as soon as possible. Please pray for the seniors, this is not how they wanted to finish their year.
Oakwood Students and Parents: In an effort to help out as many families as possible during this very difficult time, Oakwood ISD will be expanding it's meal service to include weekend breakfast and lunch as well. These items will be packaged in the Friday meal pickup / delivery starting next week. If you know of any student or family that could benefit from the meal service, please let them know that it is available. You do not have to be an Oakwood student, any students can benefit from this. Meals can be picked up in the cafeteria from 7:30am until 12:00pm Monday through Friday and we will continue with the deliveries as well. We are a family in Oakwood, and together we can get through these trying times.
Any sophomores and juniors interested in taking dual credit courses for the 20-21 school year, please email me ASAP. We are starting to complete the enrollment process. Current junior DC students will need to contact me as well. Email me at email@example.com -- Miss Lori
Oakwood Athletics (APRIL 13-17) Coach Tritz MONDAY, APRIL 13, 2020 Monday: 100 jumping jacks 25 crunches 20 tri-cep dips 15 squats 20 lunges (each leg) 25 Russian twists 20 standing calf raises 5 push-ups 30 sec. plank 10 lunge split jumps Running (Track): 4x60 second runs 85-90% speed (fully recover between each) Running (Non-Track): 20 minute run Tuesday: 60 jumping jacks 25 vertical leg crunches 20 sit-ups 15 tri-cep dips 20 squats 10 side lunges 15 leg lifts 50 bicycles 15 wall push-ups 25 Russian twists Running (Track): 4x40 second runs - 85-90% speed (rest 4 min between each) Running (Non-Track): 4x Pro-Shuttle (both Directions); Cones; Ladders (use imagination) Wednesday: 90 jumping jacks 20 tri-cep dips 10 sit-ups 30 bird-dogs 30 sec. plank 30 squats 40 crunches 10 oblique crunches 20 standing calf raises Running (Track): 6x25 second runs 85-90% (rest 4 min between each) Running (Non-Track): 2x60 second sprints, 85-90% speed Thursday: 100 jumping jacks 25 vertical leg crunches 20 squats 20 wall push-ups 50 Russian Twists 15 sec. Side plank (right and left) 10 lunge split jumps 5 jump squats 40 high knees Running (Track): 30 minute continuous jog Running (Non-Track): Repeat Tuesday workout Friday: 60 jumping jacks 40 crunches 10 sit-ups 10 tri-cep dips 20 side lunges (each side) 15 incline push-ups 10 oblique crunches 30 tail kicks 5 jump squats 15 push-up jacks Running (All): 4x60 second runs, 85-90% (fully recover between each) How ready will you be when we start back up? Let's Go Panthers & Lady Panthers!!!! PFND!!!
Thursday April 9, 2020 We will have today and Friday’s meals for pickup or delivery due to Friday being a holiday. Please contact us if you need your meals delivered. Breakfast- Cereal, Cinnamon Roll, Juice, Milk Lunch- Pizza Pocket, Carrot Sticks, Fruit, Milk Breakfast-Cereal, Juice, Milk Lunch- Cheeseburger, Chips, Fruit, Milk
Wednesday April 8, 2020 Breakfast- Cereal, Biscuit and Sausage, Juice, Milk Lunch- Sub Sandwich, Vegetables, Chips, Fruit, Milk
Oakwood Panthers please make sure that you are checking your school emails at least once a day. It is vital to our new online learning system.
Hello, online scholars! In an effort to protect our educational community from the spread of COVID-19, Oakwood ISD is excited to provide a portal for students to receive their work and continue at home learning. Please follow this website link below to get to the online learning website. https://sites.google.com/oakwoodisd.net/oakwood-isd-online-learning/home
OAKWOOD ATHLETICS (APRIL 6th-APRIL 10th) COACH TRITZ Monday April 6th, 2020 Pre-Workout Warm-Up (Mon-Thur) 10 yards apart and do 1 time -High Knees -lunges -Butt Kicks -Knee pull to chest -Karaoke cross overs (each way) -straight led kicks -skips (high skip) -skips (regular) -run Monday: * 75 jumping jacks * 20 Full Sit Up’s X 2 * 25 tri-cep dips * 25 lunges (each leg) * 15 Russian twists X 2 * 20 standing calf hops X2 * 10 push-ups X2 * 40 sec. plank X2 * Running: 4 min run, with 4 min cool down walk Tuesday: * 75 jumping jacks * 25 burpies * 30 crunches X 2 * 25 tri-cep dips * 30 reg squats * 15 side lunges * 15 leg bicycle kicks * 50 scissor kicks * 15 wide hand push-ups * 30 Russian twists x2 * Running: 2x 3 min runs and 10-10 sprints, 2 min cool down walk Wednesday: * 100 jumping jacks * 2X 20 tri-cep dips * 15 sit-ups * 30 bird-dogs * 2-30 sec. plank * 30 squats * 30 crunches x 2 * 10 stationary lunges * 40 standing calf raises * Running: 5-10 yard runs and a 5 minute jog, 2 min cool down walk Thursday: * 100 jumping jacks * 30 vertical leg crunches * 2X20 squat jumps * 25 push-ups- traditional * 50 Russian Twists * 15 sec. Side plank (right and left) Then 30 sec. reg plank * 2 X 10 leg raises on back * 25 jump squats * 40 high knees * Running: 5 minute continuous jog, with 5 cool down walk Friday: * Free Friday-Go outside, and find something to do in your yard. You can either do some yard work, clean up around your property, shoot hoops, go on a walk, go fishing, just go outside and get some air. All of these exercises can be done anywhere. If you don't know what an exercise looks like, google it or call one of the coaches. Don't use the time away as an excuse, use it to become better! Let’s continue to outwork everyone else. PFND!!! Let’s Go!!!
Friday April 3, 2020 Breakfast- Cereal, Juice, Milk Lunch- Hamburger, Vegetables, Chips, Fruit, Milk Don’t forget we are delivering breakfast and lunch today. Ms. Melissa and Ms. Lilly have been busy making meals for the kids. If you know of anyone that does not see our post and needs a meal, please contact us so we can get meals to them. Meals are available for children 18 and younger and they do NOT have to attend Oakwood ISD. We want to make sure everyone gets meals that wants one and we love seeing your smiling faces when we make deliveries.
Parents: Oakwood ISD would like to thank you for all your hardwork and dedication to making sure your child is receiving the best education available during our shutdown. Teachers have reported amazing stories of students working hard to complete all assignments. For this, we are grateful. For the next assignment roll out, we will be sending assignments in paper form and online. The assignment in paper form will be mailed to the address we have on file on Monday, April 6, 2020. If you have not updated your address with the school and have recently moved, please call and update that information as quickly as possible. Teachers have been working diligently to provide online lessons for students who have internet access. We will go live with our online learning on Monday, April 6, 2020. We will push out the link to our online learning before Monday. Online learning will be available for all students, even those who have requested paper packets. This is a new delivery system for Oakwood ISD and we are excited to offer it to our students. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us immediately. After students have completed their work, there are two ways you can return the work to the teachers. First, you can take a picture of your work with your smartphone and email it to your teacher. Second, you can bring a paper copy of your work and put it in the return box stationed outside of the cafeteria on our campus. Please make sure to place your work in the appropriate slot. There will be a slot for the Elementary and one for the High School. Make sure that your Name, Grade, and Teacher's name is on every paper you submit. These are trying times but we want to make sure that our students are receiving the best we have to offer. It is our hope and sincere prayer that every student receives all the support he or she needs to minimize the stress and anxiety our children may be feeling but in an effort to make things as normal as possible, please ensure that your students are completing the packets. If you need support, please contact your teacher by email. Students that need help with technology may request a chromebook from the school. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know that you will be needing this resource and we will make sure that we have one available for you. If you need wifi access, please feel free to connect to the wifi from the parking lot at school while staying in our vehicle. All social distancing guidelines must be followed. We are currently working on the availability of a few mobile wifi hotspots, that information will be made available once we know more about the possibility of rolling out those devices.
Practice Social Distancing To avoid the spread of COVID-19 in our community, practice social distancing: • Avoid going out in public • When in public, keep six feet of distance between you and others • Follow guidance provided by local and state officials. Get more information at https://texas.gov/covid19 #covid19 #texasstrong #stayhome
The Oakwood ISD community must work together to fight COVID-19. Head to http://tea.texas.gov/staywell for vitally important public health guidance to stop the spread. If we stand apart as a community now, we will be together again soon.
Monday March 30, 2020 For pickup or delivery- Breakfast- Cereal, Ham & Cheese Hot Pocket, Juice, Milk Lunch- Corn Dog, Vegetables, Fruit, Milk
OAKWOOD ATHLETICS WEEK 2 WORKOUTS (MARCH 30- APRIL 3) COACH TRITZ SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 2020 Monday: * 50 jumping jacks X 2 * 25 Full Sit Up’s * 20 tri-cep dips * 25 squats jumps * 20 lunges (each leg) * 30 Russian twists * 20 standing calf raises * 10 push-ups * 30 sec. plank X2 * Running: 3 min light run with and 10-10 yard sprints Tuesday: * 75 jumping jacks * 25 vertical leg crunches * 50 crunches * 25 tri-cep dips * 30 reg squats * 15 side lunges * 15 leg lifts * 50 scissor kicks * 15 diamond push-ups * 30 Russian twists * Running: 2x 2:00 min runs and 10-15 yard sprints Wednesday: * 100 jumping jacks * 2X 20 tri-cep dips * 10 sit-ups * 30 bird-dogs * 2-30 sec. plank * 30 squat jumps * 40 crunches * 10 oblique crunches * 40 standing calf raises * Running: 5-20 yard runs and a 4 minute jog Thursday: * 2 X 60 jumping jacks * 25 vertical leg crunches * 2X20 squats * 25 wall push-ups * 50 Russian Twists * 15 sec. Side plank (right and left) * 30 sec. reg plank * 2 X 10 lunge split jumps * 15 jump squats * 40 high knees * Running: 20 minute continuous jog Friday: Refection Day, take a long walk somewhere nice and quiet that you can adhere to the social distancing guidelines. All of these exercises can be done anywhere. If you don't know what an exercise looks like, google it or call one of the coaches. Don't use the time away as an excuse, use it to become better! I hope this week you can build upon last week and don’t be afraid to push yourself. Work harder than everyone else and be prepared for that time when we get to come back. PFND!!! ~Coach Tritz
March 27, 2020 Happy Friday!! Today for pickup or delivery! Breakfast-Cereal, Juice, Milk Lunch- BBQ Sandwich, Chips, Fruit, Milk
Thursday March 26, 2020 Today for pickup or delivery!! Breakfast- Cereal, Cinnamon Roll, Juice, Milk Lunch- Hot Dog, Vegetables, Chips, Fruit, Milk
Wednesday March 25, 2020 Today for pickup or delivery: Breakfast- Cereal, Biscuit and Sausage, Juice, Milk Lunch- Pizza Pocket, Carrot Sticks, Fruit, Milk
If you are interested in showing a steer next year for State Fair, Heart of Texas, Ft. Worth, San Antonio, or Houston Livestock Show for Oakwood FFA please let Mr. Brown know. The tag fee is $20 per calf and the deadline is April 8th. Email is email@example.com.
Don’t forgot we will be serving Breakfast and Lunch tomorrow! Pickup or delivery. Tuesday March 24, 2020 Breakfast- Cereal, Muffin, Juice, Milk Lunch- Turkey & Cheese Roll, Vegetables, Fruit, Milk
Attention all 6th graders through 11th graders! If you are interested in showing a lamb next year for Oakwood FFA here is your chance to win a free show lamb through an essay contest! If you have any questions please contact Mr. Brown firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attention all students: To ensure that you receive full credit on the Learning Packets, you must complete and return all parts assigned. You may lose credit if you do not complete and return your Learning Packets. The packets that were picked up today will be due on April 6, 2020. Call 903-545-2600 if you have any questions or concerns.
A BrainPop account has been created and it has a generic login for use by any person within the district. Brain Pop and BrainPop Jr. have lessons for most content areas. It is available for the next couple of weeks. Enjoy!! Username: oakwoodelem2020 Password: bpop20
OAKWOOD ATHLETICS (MARCH 23-27) From Coach Tritz Monday: 100 jumping jacks 25 crunches 20 tri-cep dips 15 squats 20 lunges (each leg) 25 Russian twists 20 standing calf raises 5 push-ups 30 sec. plank 10 lunge split jumps Running: 2x60 second runs, 3x30 second runs (rest 2 min between each) Tuesday: 60 jumping jacks 25 vertical leg crunches 20 sit-ups 15 tri-cep dips 20 squats 10 side lunges 15 leg lifts 50 bicycles 15 wall push-ups 25 Russian twists Running: 4x45 second runs (rest 2 min between each) Wednesday: 90 jumping jacks 20 tri-cep dips 10 sit-ups 30 bird-dogs 30 sec. plank 30 squats 40 crunches 10 oblique crunches 20 standing calf raises Running: 6x30 second runs (rest 2 min between each) Thursday: 100 jumping jacks 25 vertical leg crunches 20 squats 20 wall push-ups 50 Russian Twists 15 sec. Side plank (right and left) 10 lunge split jumps 5 jump squats 40 high knees Running: 20 minute continuous jog Friday: 60 jumping jacks 40 crunches 10 sit-ups 10 tri-cep dips 20 side lunges (each side) 15 incline push-ups 10 oblique crunches 30 tail kicks 5 jump squats 15 push-up jacks Running: 4x60 second runs (rest 5 min between each) All of these exercises can be done anywhere. If you don't know what an exercise looks like, google it or call one of the coaches. Don't use the time away as an excuse, use it to become better! Let’s Go!!! PFND!!!
Parents: Tomorrow we will have breakfast and lunch for pickup and/or delivery! Monday March 23, 2020 Breakfast- Cereal, Pancake on Stick, Juice, Milk Lunch- Tornados, Vegetables, Apple Sauce, Milk
Attention Parents: Tomorrow (Monday, March 23) we will be conducting our instructional packet pickups from 7:30am to 9:00am at the cafeteria. In order to meet the social distancing restrictions put into place, we ask all parents to pull up in front of the cafeteria and stay in your vehicle and we will bring your materials to you. If you have any questions or need assistance, please feel free to call the school. Thank you!
Parents can pickup current Learning Packets on Monday, March 23, 2020 from the cafeteria between the times of 7:30 a. m. until 9:00 a. m. Please remember to return the completed Learning Packets from last week. If you have any questions please send an email to email@example.com or call 903-545-2600.
Parents and Students: We know that this is a stressful time for everyone with all of the questions and uncertainty. I want to assure you that I am here for you during this time. If you need me for anything, my services are still available during the school closure. Please call, email, or complete the Google form below and I would be happy to work with you. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdoVZGPIsXOVBJO5lPM_xtTYvDqDMaspqdolWz06xRJRRDTLA/viewform?usp=sf_link
Parents can come by the Oakwood ISD cafeteria on Tuesday to pick up the instructional materials that the teachers have prepared. Pickup will be in from 7:30 am until 9:00 am. If you need help picking up the material, please email Jennifer Ostlund (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Panther Parents: Our first priority is to provide a safe, and healthy learning environment for our students. Due to our temporary shutdown, we must provide an alternative way for our students to learn. Teachers are preparing Learning Packets that can be picked up by parents on Tuesday, March 17, 2020 from 7:30 am- 9:00 am. These packets can be picked up from the cafeteria and returned on Monday, March 23, 2020. Thank you for your help and cooperation.
Oakwood ISD Food Services will be providing free breakfast and lunch during the school closing. Breakfast will be available from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. and lunch will be available from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm to all Oakwood ISD students March 16th through March 20th. Meals will be packaged "to go" and will be available at the cafeteria. Please share this information to make sure that any student that needs a school meal receives one. If transportation is an issue, we are making a very limited delivery available. Please email Oakwood Secretary Jennifer Ostlund (email@example.com) with your name, address, the student’s name and grade. We appreciate your patience and support as we try to take care of all of our kids.
Oakwood ISD will shut down all baseball, tennis, golf, and track practices until at least March 23. At that time we will resume back to school and will proceed with the normal practice schedule like any other school week. We will continue to abide by the UIL's decision, and will get communication about making up the games we will miss during this time out to you as soon as we get further word and a chance to meet about scheduling. Thank you for your understanding and please feel free to contact me if you have any further questions or concerns in regards to Oakwood athletics.
School Closing Alert! Out an abundance of caution due to the Covid-19 virus outbreak, Oakwood ISD will remain closed next week. Presently, classes are scheduled to resume on Monday, March 23. Please see the Oakwood ISD website for additional information.
Oakwood ISD is continuously evaluating our school programs and the best ways to serve the needs of our students and our community. We are currently seeking input from all stakeholders regarding the possibility of moving to a 4 day school week. Please complete the survey linked below. Thank you! https://forms.gle/aFBhP9jyJieGQC3PA
Senior Night Recognition! Tuesday 2/18 before the varsity game. JV starts at 5:00. 💛 Kaeley 💛 Key 💛 Kaleb 💛 Jerimiah
Reminder!!! We will be having a girls athletics parent meeting for all girls that will be in grades 6-12 for the 2020-2021 school year at 6pm in the Oakwood ISD Cafeteria.
Oakwood 62 Centerville Groveton 61!!!! Jeremiah Sargent with the winner at the buzzer!!! PFND
Final score in Oakwood. Oakwood 48 Chireno 34
There have been a few questions regarding the weather and the potential for school closings. According to the Leon County Emergency management team, "currently there is no threat for hazardous travel and there is no anticipation of there being a travel threat for the county." As always, stay tuned to the Oakwood ISD facebook page, the local weather for any school updates, and notification made through our emergency call out system for further updates.
Final in Apple Springs! Oakwood 63 Apple Springs 27. Great job Panthers. PFND
Halftime in Apple Springs! Oakwood 38 Apple Springs 15
Oakwood Varsity Basketball plays tonight (Tuesday) at Apple Springs. Game time is 6pm. Come out and support your Panthers!
We won a nail biter against Wells last night in Boys Basketball!
Oakwood Basketball is playing at Neches Friday night. Come out and support your Panthers!
Don't forget that Kona Ice will be on campus Friday!
Don't forget that Monday (Jan. 20) is Martin Luther King Jr. Day and it is a school holiday! Enjoy your three day weekend!