Oakland Schools Leadership and School Improvement has secured a $244,000 grant which dispersed approximately 17,000 books and needed bookshelves to thousands of students in Oakland County who attend a school where more literacy options are needed.
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Episode 1 - Bullying 101
Oakland Schools' Student Safety and Well-Being Consultant Dr. Julie McDaniel talks about Bullying during Bullying Prevention Month. The discussion ranges from the three main characteristics of bullying to what impact bullying has on school culture.
This is the Automotive Technology class where students from Oakland County districts come, as a simple explanation, to learn about maintenance and care of vehicles. However, Massarello’s class is so much more than that.
Congratulations to Oakland Schools Communications Services! The team was just recognized with two honorable mentions in PR Daily’s international nonprofit awards program for two successful marketing campaigns promoting Oakland Schools’ advocacy and community efforts.
Joel Massarello, who teaches automotive technology at Oakland Schools Technical Campus Northwest (OSTC-NW) in Clarkston, was surprised during an assembly on Oct. 24 by a representative from Harbor Freight Tools for Schools with the news that he and his school will receive $50,000—$35,000 for the school’s skilled trades program and $15,000 for him personally.
Every morning before Jennifer Gottlieb leaves the house, she says to her husband, “I’m going to go do great things for kids today.”
This is her motto, the one she brings with her to work every day at Oakland Schools as the new executive director for District and School Services.
Isabelle McCann-Gutshall from Oakland Schools Technical Campus Northwest (OSTC-NW) earned a Top 10 award at the Future Health Professionals (HOSA) 42nd Annual International Leadership Conference June 19-22 in Orlando, FL. She was a Waterford Kettering High School senior.
Oakland Schools' students who were recently given a Michigan Breaking Traditions 2019 Award from the Michigan Department of Education.
Five students from Oakland Schools Technical Campus Northwest earned 1st place while competing in Lansing on March 17 and March 18 for the Michigan ProStart Competition.