Beginning April 3 – 21, 2017, cross boundary and tuition applications for the 2017 – 2018 school year will be available online under Resources at the Pupil Services link, in the Pupil Services office and at each school office. If you are a new applicant, please make sure all the required documentation is attached […]
Oak Ridge Schools Office of Coordinated School Health recently collaborated with Safe Kids of the Greater Knox Area to offer bike safety programs to Glenwood and Willow Brook Elementary students.
Alexis Keiser with Safe Kids and Don Lindsey with AAA of East Tennessee team up each year to provide this service to third grade students across […]
Collaboration with Oak Ridge Schools SECME, Men of Tomorrow, and PEER( Program for Excellence & Equity in Research) allowed students to experience forensic odontological activities using procedures from CSI to identify potential suspects using their teeth bite marks. Students reviewed the scientific method, took tooth impressions, and recorded their findings in the lab notebooks. The […]
As we announced last week, every year, the Tennessee Department of Education recognizes outstanding educators in the state with awards for their meritorious service and devotion to students. The department applauds teachers who care about children, who devote their professional lives to enriching the lives of Tennessee children and who demonstrate exceptional gains in student […]
Every year, the Tennessee Department of Education recognizes outstanding educators in the state with awards for their meritorious service and devotion to students. The department applauds teachers who care about children, who devote their professional lives to enriching the lives of Tennessee children and who demonstrate exceptional gains in student achievement. Goals of […]
Students and Parents may now access the 2017-2018 Academic Planning Guide on the Oak Ridge High School website under “Academics” then “Curriculum” or by following this link.
The guide contains helpful information for parents and students regarding graduation requirements, high school course selection, preparation for post-secondary opportunities, and the registration process. Teachers and students are […]
The Allies for Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) of Anderson County hosted a contest for selecting an “Ally of the Year.” Candidates for the award were nominated by community members for their passion for creating a healthy and productive Anderson County and are united by one goal: to use their leadership, influence, and communication skills to […]
Over the past two years, the Oak Ridge School district has been making new strides in our Access Oak Ridge digital learning initiative by putting Lenovo Yoga laptop computers into the hands of every student in grades 5-10. Our vision in this initiative is “to empower all Oak Ridge students with equitable access to digital […]
Students at Oak Ridge High School who are requesting additional help installing the Google certificate can find guidance here.
The first screen shot and link will show you how you can get the Google Certificate you need from Online@ORS
The second screen shot shows the page to the SSL Certificate itself, including instructions for download on most […]
We are pleased to announce that Oak Ridge Schools Superintendent Bruce Borchers has been nominated by the Anderson County Substance Abuse Prevention organization as a candidate for the 2017 Anderson County Ally of the Year Award.
Candidates were nominated by community members based on their passion for creating a healthier and more productive Anderson County. These […]