Amid some conflicting data on the local spread of COVID-19, Oregon School District officials remain in a “wait and see” mode on increasing in-person learning and traditional milestone events for students.
In a rare school board primary election, voters trimmed the field on Tuesday, Feb. 16 to two candidates to face off April 6 to represent the Village of Oregon.
It’s been a long, strange trip for Oregon middle and high schoolers since they left their classrooms in March 2020, thinking they’d be back in a couple weeks.
Anyone interested in getting to know more about the four candidates vying to take over the Oregon School Board Area 1 seat held by Steve Zach will have an opportunity at 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 5.
- Preliminary open enrollment seats down for 2021-22 school year
- Eight Oregon students win MLK awards
- OHS, OMS students win state language excellence awards
- Grades 3-6 set to return to schools next week
- School board race headed to rare primary Feb. 16
- First band concert for RCI students goes virtual
- Parent groups’ ‘Panther Gratitude Week’ is Jan. 11-15
- In-person learning set to start next semester
- School board set to talk in-person restart Tuesday
- Grades 3-5 set to return Jan. 19
- Notebook: School board approves 2020-21 teacher contracts
- Two announce candidacies for school board
- PHMDC releases new K-12 school guidance
- OMS, OHS staffs adapt to virtual start to the school year
- Long-time board member Zach won’t seek another term