3:30 PM FC Meeting
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Teacher Luncheon
2:00 PM Measure N Team Mtgs
8:00 AM SAT
3:30 PM TILT
2:00 PM OUSD Content PD
11:30 AM - 11:00 PM Delegate Assembly
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Pathway Leads Mtg
5:30 PM - 11:00 PM ELAC
3:30 PM Faculty Mtg
Please join the Wildcat Baseball Team at the
Marcoulis/Jensen Baseball Field Rededication
Wednesday, April 27, 2016 @3:30
OAL Varsity Game-- Castlemont High School vs. Oakland High School @4:15
Pregame Ceremony (3:30-4:15 p.m.)
Introduction of Invited Guests
*Amy Dellefield (OHS Athletic Director)
*Emcee Paul Brekke-Miesner (Home Field Advantage/Oakland: The City that Changed the Face of Sports)
*Remembering Wildcat Teacher and Coach Mike Marcoulis, Sr: Coach Mike Marcoulis, Jr.
*Honoring Wildcat Lloyd Moseby (C/o 1978): Allehia Moseby & Ben Visnick (OHS PTSA)
*Recognizing Wildcat Bill Rigney (C/o 1936): Tom Rigney & Pamela Pitts (Oakland A's)
*Naming of Dugouts & Retired #s “4”, “15”, “18” & “42”: Harold Jefferson (OHS Head Coach)
Baseball Game (4:15 p.m.)
Castlemont High vs. Oakland High
Please stay for the game and watch our student/athletes compete as we recapture the traditions of high school baseball in Oakland and seek to regain our “home field advantage”…
Thanks to the Oakland Athletic League (OUSD), Oakland Athletics, North Oakland/South Oakland Little League (NOLL/SOLL), the Rigney, Moseby, and Marcoulis families, and Oakland High for your support.
For more information contact: email@example.com or 510-388- 5174
Senior Mahala Herron-Rutland was recently
awarded a $5000 Bay Area All-Star Scholarship!
Jayce Goree, Oakland High's Head Football Coach, was named The Oakland Raiders high school “Coach of the Week”. The Wildcats beat rival Skyline High School in Oakland with a final score of 22-19 on November 6th securing theirsecond league win of the season. They now move on to face Castlemont High School in the first round of the Oakland Athletic League Playoffs on November 20th with hopes of ending in the Silver Bowl, the OAL.
The Oakland Raiders High School “Coach of the Week” program promotes high school football, giving high school coaches and teams the recognition that they deserve. Each recipient is awarded a $1,000 donation to the school’s football program from The Oakland Raiders and the NFL Foundation.
Congratulations to the new Class of 2019 Officers! This year, OHS had a record number of applicants for the seven coveted positions. Following a panel interview, these 9th graders were selected to lead their class thru an action-packed Freshman Year!
Oakland High is extremely proud to have three students representing Oakland students at the District level!
“I want to feel like I’m making a difference, like I’m actually improving the school,” Sky states. “It’s like I can take one step to help change the world. It makes me feel proud, like I have a purpose.”
At every School Board meeting, the School Board hears from two Student Directors who represent All City Council and the voice of all of the OUSD students across the city. An active member of ACC last year, junior Darius Aikens was elected to serve this year as one of them! Darius also served as a student representative on last year's School Site Council.
What exactly is a blood drive? It is an opportunity for the American Red Cross to collect and store blood for later use in blood transfusions. Hospitals need blood on-hand to use for surgeries and emergencies like accidents and shootings. Interested in participating in this year's blood drives? Get more information from Leadership in Rm 239.