To effectively address and discourage student vaping, Oak Ridge Schools board of education has approved the following addendum to the 2019-2020 Oak Ridge Schools Discipline Code. This addendum will go into effect January 1, 2020, to allow us to communicate specifics to students and families.
Read the updated policy below or at this link.
Tennessee Arts Academy has designated Oak Ridge Schools as a 2019-2020 Arts Partner School System. By supporting teachers to attend the annual Tennessee Arts Academy, Oak Ridge Schools demonstrated a commitment and belief in the significant value of arts education and the equally important role the arts play in our individual lives and culture.
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During its annual convention each year, the Tennessee School Boards Association (TSBA) offers an award to a board of education that has an innovative and successful program operating within its district. The 2019 Award for Excellence in Education Program winner is the Oak Ridge’s “The Seven Keys to College and Career Readiness.” The district developed […]
Turkey Trot 2019
Oak Ridge Schools and the Office of Coordinated School Health hosted the Annual Turkey Trot on Tuesday, November 12, at Robertsville Middle School. It was a cold and snowy afternoon, but students had a great run. The Anderson County Fairest of the Fair Queens were in attendance to hand out awards and the […]
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The Oak Ridge school board recently nominated Tara Kneiser to qualify as the Tennessee School Board Association (TSBA) Volunteer of the Year. In the first round of qualification, Tara earned the East District School Volunteer of the Year award. She now is one of nine volunteers from across the State who qualifies to become the […]
We would like to congratulate the three Oak Ridge Schools Clinton 12 Essay Contest winners, all three of which are from Robertsville Middle School. The winners are: 5th grade student, Annalesse Vargas, and 8th grade students, Aviana Hodges and Kate Laffoon.
Students who wished to enter the contest were instructed to first view a Clinton 12 […]
Clinton 12 Commemorative Walk – Join LIVE in person or on WCAT TV
The public is invited to the Clinton 12 Commemorative Walk on Monday, August 26, 2019 at 10 a.m. The purpose of the Clinton 12 Commemorative Walk is to honor the twelve high school students who braved threats of violence to attend Clinton High […]
Oak Ridge Schools is proud to be a top public school system in Tennessee that successfully prepares students for college, career, and life success. In tandem with our emphasis on literacy as well as science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) courses, we offer extensive options in the fine arts, world languages, journalism, and career and […]
SafeTN is a new app available through the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security. This system, much like our Oak Ridge Schools P3 Campus app called, “Alert ORS,” allows users to submit tips intended to keep our community safe. We recommend that students use Alert ORS to submit reports about school safety concerns on […]