Oakleaf Junior High welcomes Dana Brock and others as they come out and speak with interested parents/students about the dangers of social media. Workshop time: 6:30 PM. Place: Cafeteria.
• Laws regarding Cyber Bullying and Sexting
• Current Dating Technology
• Risks and Consequences attached to the Cyber World
• Hidden Dangers behind Apps
• Parent Smart Cards for Facebook, Twitter, and Google
"A reminder that The OneClay Digital Classroom Initiative begins today. This initiative helps you to engage in your child's education by providing one place to access your child's grades, assignments, and digital resources. The Digital Classroom Initiative empowers our students with three new and exciting ways to manage their learning: the OneClay Student Portal, the Focus Student Portal, and Google Apps for Education. If you have a child in grades 3-12, then their Google Apps for Education account is active today, unless you chose to opt out. For more information about this initiative, including how to access your child’s accounts, please visit our website at oneclay.net.”
This information has also been posted on the District Facebook and Twitter pages. The Digital Classroom Initiative Parent FAQ has been posted on the District News page and is linked to the photo on the Home page. You can view this information at the following links:
The School Board of Clay County is proud and excited to be launching our Digital Classroom Initiative, which includes the implementation of “Google Apps for Education.” Your student’s teachers will be using Google Apps for lessons, assignments, and communication. On October 26th, all students in grades 3-12 will have Google accounts that are managed by the School District of Clay County allowing students to create, collaborate, and store their work in a secure online environment that is available from any internet connected device 24/7. For more information about Google Apps for Education, please visit the Parent page of our website at oneclay.net.
The OLJH Cheerleaders were invited to perform with over 300 cheerleaders from across Florida at the UCF half-time show on October 10th. The girls spent many hours learning the routine and preparing for cheer stunts. Bright and early Saturday morning they left for Orlando. They had a 3 ½ hour practice with all the other teams that would perform. OLJH was the only Jr. High team to participate; all the other teams were from High schools. Your OLJH cheer team did an awesome job and hit their routine and stunts perfectly! We are so proud of their performance and the way they represented our school! Way to go girls!!
Our School Advisory Council (SAC) will be meeting on Friday, October 23, 2015 from 8:30-9:15 in room 301 at OLJH. The meeting is open to all faculty, staff, and parents.
Many thanks to Detectives Rood and Padgett of the Clay County Sheriff Department and Ms. Chambers from the Office of the Attorney General for coming out to Oakleaf today. They gave a great presentation to our seventh grade students about cyber-safety. It was very informative and the students were thoroughly engaged.
Monday, September 28th was the final day to eat on last school year’s free or reduced status. If you have received notification of approval for the 2015-2016 school year, you do not need to complete another application. Letters of notification will be sent for each child in the household. Please check your letter of notification to ensure all children have been processed. If you have any questions please call 904-284-6534. If you have not already applied for free or reduced meals for this school year you can do so at: http://www.heartlandapps.com/