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Graduating Seniors Present Their Senior Projects

Oakwood's graduating seniors recently presented their senior projects in the media center. Students had to create and present a PowerPoint presentation detailing what they plan to do after graduating high school. Students likewise had to create a resume, complete at least one college application, and complete a job application.

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Oakwood Students Attend IBM Leadership Training

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Oakwood Students Prepare for College

In October and November 2012, Oakwood students attended several presentations conducted by representatives from local colleges and visited Chattahoochee Technical College.  Click here for the full story.

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Keep Smyrna Beautiful Visits Oakwood

On Friday, October 19, 2012 volunteers from Keep Smyrna Beautiful arrived on campus to help clean up the leaves around campus.  They did a great job and we really appreciate the efforts of the volunteers.  Thank you Keep Smyrna Beautiful!

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Oakwood Hosts 2nd Annual Career & Education Fair

Oakwood hosted its second Career and Education Fair on October 16, 2012 in the Career Center. There were representatives from several local colleges in attendance. Click here for the full story.


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Oakwood Digital Academy Participates in Relay for Life

Students and staff at Oakwood Digital Academy joined many throughout the nation for the annual Relay for Life Cancer Walk and Fundraiser.

The Student Leadership Team at Oakwood organized a car wash fundraiser that was held on the day of the walk.  More than 20 student volunteers assisted with the car wash and the results were amazing.  A total of $350.00 was raised for the cause.

Staff at Oakwood also helped to raise funds by paying a $5 fee to wear jeans on Fridays as well as participating in a NCAA bracket tournament to raise money for the cause.

We are excited to announce that a grand total of $800.00 was raised for Relay for Life.  Everyone here at Oakwood looks forward to participating next year.

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Oakwood Digital Academy Students Tour Lockheed-Martin

On March 15, 2012, fifteen students from Oakwood Digital Academy were hosted by Lockheed-Martin in Marietta for a tour.  Please click HERE for the full story.

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Oakwood Digital Academy Hosts Mock-Interview Luncheon

Oakwood Digital Academy hosted its first annual Mock-Interview Luncheon on March 13, 2012 in the Career Center. Please click HERE for the full story.

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Oakwood Digital Academy Hosts Community Blood Drive

On February 29, 2012, Oakwood Digital Academy partnered with the American Red Cross to host its first annual Blood Drive in the school gymnasium.  Eight student volunteers worked with the Red Cross in setting up the blood drive and assisting donors.  

Students, staff, and local community members, including thirteen first time donors, collected 23 units of blood to better serve the needs of our community. We would like to thank the digital academy staff and students, our local community members, and our neighboring school, Fair Oaks Elementary, who participated in this dynamic community service event. We look forward to hosting a community blood drive again next year!

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Oakwood Digital Academy Visits Grady Hospital

Oakwood Digital Academy’s Post-Secondary Transition Coach, Mr. Solomon Williams, took students, Lily H. and Porschee S. for a visit to Grady Hospital on February, 8 2012 to participate in the “Shadow a Nurse” program.  Both students are interested in becoming Registered Nurses (RN) and working with trauma patients and infants and this opportunity gave them up close experience of what being a nurse will entail.  Both students had a great day of learning as they closely observed nurses in the trauma division of the hospital.  Students, Jessica C. and Kiauna B. were able to participate in “Shadow A Nurse” program last semester in their focus area of Pediatrics.  They observed nurses in the Neo-natal and Pediatric units.

We are thankful to Grady Hospital for this partnership and thank all the students who participated and took the first step toward their career goals.  We look forward to providing this wonderful opportunity for other student’s at Oakwood next school year. 


Oakwood Signs a New Partner-in-Education

Members of Oakwood High School's Advisory Committee held a meeting on Monday, January 23, 2012 to welcome Ryan Jones of Ryan L. Jones and Associates, Inc. as an official Partner-in-Ed. As part of his partnership agreement, Mr. Jones will be providing leadership training for the students attending Oakwood. He is also serving as a business/community representative on our Advisory Committee that is made up of students, staff, parents, and community/business leaders.

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Oakwood Student Leadership Team "Mugs" Its Neighbors

Prior to the holiday break in December, staff and students participated in an event to "Mug Our Neighbors."  This event allowed Oakwood students to deliver coffee mugs filled with candy to all our Oakwood neighbors.  The event was planned and carried out by the Student Leadership Team and was well received by our neighbors.  

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Oakwood Hosts Food Drive to Support
The Center for Family Resources

The Oakwood Student Leadership Team coordinated a food drive to support The Center for Family Resources.  Canned food was collected from all staff and students on campus and was delivered in time for the Thanksgiving Holiday.  Thanks to all who participated in helping those less fortunate.

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Oakwood Helps Raise Money for the United Way

On Thursday November 10, 2011, Oakwood High School held a Pizza Day fundraiser for the United Way.  Pizza and soft drinks were sold during lunch to raise money for this great cause.  Oakwood’s United Way Ambassador, Mike Chumley, Principal, Steve Butler and school Secretary, Sue Frislie, worked together to organize a great fundraising activity for our campus.  A total of $232 was raised from the pizza sale for the United Way.  Another component to our fundraising activities was to offer a Jeans Day to staff members.  Any staff member who made a donation was able to wear jeans on two different Thursdays during October and November.  After totaling all moneys raised from the pizza day and the jeans day, Oakwood raised a total of $296 for the United Way.  In keeping with the “Live United” theme, our small campus composed of several different entities took advantage of this excellent opportunity to work together for a common cause on the Oakwood campus.

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Oakwood Schedules Saturday "Catch Up" Sessions

We have scheduled four Saturday sessions that will allow extra time for students to catch up on their course work, get extra review for their upcoming EOCT, or spend more one-on-one time with a teacher.  Scheduled dates are November 5th and 12th and December 3rd and 10th.  Students should see a staff member to sign up.  A FLYER with complete details and REGISTRATION FORM were sent home with each student on Friday, October 28.


Anti-Bullying Campaign

Oakwood Digital Academy students participated in an anti-bullying campaign the week of April 25-29th. Lessons included how to recognize bullying, how to stand up to bullying for yourself and for others, and what resources are available to you through the school. Students wore purple wristbands with the slogan “Be Cool, Not Cruel,” signed an anti-bullying pledge, and wore purple on Friday to commemorate their week.

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