Oak-Land Middle School News & E-News

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Middle school student honored for saving teacher's life

May 02, 2019

The sixth grader went for help when her teacher was having a heart attack.

Author and alumna shares advice with Oak-Land students

May 01, 2019

Anne Greenwood Brown (class of 1986) visited with seventh graders about her journey to becoming an author.

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Teachers encourage students with personal notes

April 26, 2019

Oak-Land Middle School students returned to school from the long weekend to find personal notes from their teachers posted in their lockers.

Chamber choir to sing at Saints' game

April 19, 2019

Oak-Land Middle School’s Chamber Choir has been asked to sing the National Anthem at the St. Paul Saints' baseball game on May 17


April 19 make-up day cancelled

April 02, 2019

There will be no school on Friday, April 19.

School will be in session on March 29, 2019

March 20, 2019

Friday, March 29 will be a regular school day for all students. This will serve as a make-up day in response to the unexpected snow/cold days in January.

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Youth Community Ed catalog is here

March 05, 2019

Register now for your favorite spring/summer fun or try one of the 30 new classes.

Make-up days scheduled

February 22, 2019

March 29 will be a school day for all students in grades K-12. April 19 will be a make-up day for students in grades 6-12 only. 

Make-up day scheduled for middle and high school students on Feb. 18

February 08, 2019

Middle and high school students will attend school on Presidents Day, Feb. 18. Preschool and elementary students will not need to come to school, as this will be a parent/teacher conference day.

OMS Registration Meeting Jan. 24

January 08, 2019
  • Incoming 6th grade families at 6 p.m.
  • Incoming 7th grade families at 7 p.m.
  • Incoming 8th grade families at 8 p.m.