Hello patrons, students, and community of Oakley Jr/Sr High School. 

    Here are some updates for sporting events and activities that will be occurring in the near future.
    In order to follow the safety guidelines set forth by the State of Idaho in regards to Covid-19 protocols, we must limit the capacity for indoor gatherings to 50 spectators. We are also required to continually practice physical distancing of 6 feet.
    For events that take place at Oakley Jr/Sr High School, we are allowed to have 50 spectators. For athletic events, spectators from visiting teams will be restricted entirely. This is occurring districtwide. 

    Tickets have been created for these events that are taking place. The student athletes that are participating will be the ones to distribute 2 tickets each and these will be how spectators will be admitted to the game or activity at Oakley Jr/Sr High School. This will be strictly enforced. Please have your ticket with you and present it at the ticket taker table for admittance. 

    Our first priority remains: keeping kids in school. We hope families and students will continue to support that goal and help us by adhering to accepted safety practices.

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  • Updated A-B Day Calendar

    This updated calendar below was approved by the Board of Trustees to have an alternating A-B schedule for the remainder of the first semester. It might be looked at again, at the November Board Meeting, for the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year.

    Download the calendar here.


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  • Raptor System

    Dear Families,

    The safety of all students is our number one priority in the Cassia Jt School District.  Part of keeping students safe is knowing who is in our building at all times.  We are implementing a new check-in and check-out procedure at your Oakley High School.  Please click the appropriate hyperlink below for more information regarding this new system.

    Raptor Information - English

    Raptor Information - Espanol

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  • Congratulations to our OHS Volleyball teams!

    We have some absolutely amazing volleyball teams this year. First up is Junior High, where our volleyball team successfully dominated at their conference matches. Can I get a woot woot for our new conference champions! Second is our High School volleyball team, they successfully dominated the states academic championship. Making them the smartest ladies in the state! Can I get a what what!
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  • FAFSA Night is Here!

    Come and get help completing your 2021-2022 FAFSA Application

    Clink the link below for more information:

    FAFSA Night October 20th at the High School

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  • Welcome Back to School!

    First Day of School important things to remember:

    - Four Day School Week

    We will be having a four day school week (Monday - Thursday), for the forseeable future. Fridays will be designated as a teacher/staff work day where teachers will be able to work with students and collaborate with other teachers.

    Mondays are no longer early-release.

    - New Bell Schedule

    1st Bell rings: 8:15

    1st Period: 8:20-9:40

    2nd Period: 9:45-11:05 

    LUNCH: 11:05-11:45 

    3rd Period: 11:50-1:10

    Advisory: 1:15-1:55

    4th Period: 2:00-3:20

    - A B Schedule

    Until further notice Mondays and Wednesdays will be designated as A days, while Tuesday and Thursdays will be B Days. Even on weeks with Monday holidays.

    - 2020-2021 Student Handbook

    Click the link to see the student handbook for the new school year.

    Student Handbook 2020-2021

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  • Welcome back to Oakley High School

    Principal Ryun Payne has reached out to all parents and students in the following attached letter. 

    Letter to Parents and Students

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  • Updates to policy 910 are available. Please read Policy 910 about building and facility Use.

    Policy 910 PDF

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  • When Should I Stay Home?

    The district leadership has created a graphic to help parents determine when they should consider keeping their children home and when they should consider having them return to school. Both English and Spanish versions of the charts are available for downloading below.


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  • A message from our School District

    There are many questions regarding the start of school. Dr. Shank recently stated that "the priority is to get students back to school". A district reopening committee is meeting July 14 to discuss specifics regarding school operations. Once decisions are made, we will communicate with students and families should there be special considerations or accommodations for returning. 
    School priorities are consistent from year to year; support high levels of learning and protect students and staff.


    Start of School important information:

    Information Regarding Covid-19 and the districts plans:

    Back to school plans 2020-2021

    Registration Information:

    - For Current students

    Please refer to the email sent out by our student Counselor, Kristen Nelson, for information on how to register for your classes using powerschool.

    For questions regarding class register email Kristen Nelson.

    - For New Students

    Please return later for registration information.

    Click the link below to access the District and School Calendar:

    OHS Calendar


    For School Supply Lists choose the appropriate link below:

    Jr. High Supply List


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