Scholarship Awards Night is set for May 11 at the Old Post Office. The ceremony begins at 6 p.m. Families and friends are encouraged to attend. No tickets are necessary. Contact Andy Lenon at email@example.com with any questions.
Shout out to our Oasis High School and Jr High rodeo students who competed this last weekend - Jaylee McEwen, Taylor Felton, Tylie Norcutt, Wyatt Peek, Lauren Goings, and Caleb Edgmon. Wishing them the best of luck as they prepare for state finals next month!
IMPORTANT REMINDER: For Wednesday's Wacky Hair Dress-up Day students must be in uniform. We are excited to see the creative hair-dos that day! #crazyhair
Second graders researched American symbols last week. The students then created slide shows and presented their findings to parents.
Did you know... Oasis School Counselor Andy Lenon is available for weekly one-on-one meetings with every junior and senior. #100%gradrate #didyouknow #oasisacademy
The first graders are learning about biomimicry. They had a challenge to design a prototype helmet, inspired by a turtle, to protect a child while riding his/her bicycle. #biomimicry
Next week Middle School Student Council is hosting Spirit Week! Check out the dress-up days scheduled for the week.
Oasis students have organized a community clean-up project! The project is lead by Ariana Wolf and Kaitlyn Hert as part of the LEAD-On program. The two day clean-up will take part at Oat's Park the next two Fridays. Volunteers will meet at Oats Park from noon to 4 p.m. and be provided with trash bags, latex gloves, and refreshments. Additionally the first 25 volunteers will receive a free t-shirt for helping.
Kindergarten classes made bread! After reading about the process of making bread, the students went through it. From learning more about growing the wheat and to the threshing process to hands-on kneading it and finally baking the bread!
In honor of military families and their children we will be celebrating Purple Up! Day for Military Kid tomorrow (4/13). Students are encouraged to dress-up in PURPLE! There is no cost for this dress-up day. We appreciate all our military families and students do. #purpleup
Oasis hosted a league golf match yesterday at the Fallon Golf course with 9 schools in attendance. Trevor Halloran won 1st place, and Connor Oceguera took 7th! Thank you Marty Davis and the entire Fallon Golf course staff for helping put on an awesome tourney!! #golf #community
Two Bighorn students competed in the Walker River Bow Shoot on Sunday, April 10. Bailey Peixoto finished first and Ellie Peixoto finished second in their age division. Congratulations girls! #archery #bullseye
Graduation is set for May 26 at 6 p.m. This year’s ceremony will be an in-person and outdoor event in front of Pinon Hall. Tickets are not necessary and everyone is welcome. Students can decorate their graduation caps. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Tonight is prom! Tickets are available at the door. $20 each. Seniors and juniors may bring an underclassmen as a guest. This year's theme is A Night in Vegas. #prom #oasisacademy #memories
A fun sibling interview to learn more about Oasis Academy College Prep. Check it out here https://www.facebook.com/OAfallon/videos/293617679447502.
Remember High School Yearbooks are available now for $55. Prices increase this Friday, April 1 to $60. Go to https://yearbookforever.com/ and search for Oasis Academy.
Be sure to stop by and check the lost and found table at school. Lots of treasures.
Do you love volleyball? Oasis Academy is looking for a Varsity Volleyball Coach. Volunteer stipend and paid mileage. Playing and coaching experience is required. Contact Dusty Casey at email@example.com if you're interested.
Alma Mexicana is Saturday, April 2 at the Churchill County High School Auditorium. Doors open at 3:30 pm. Funds raised benefit local dance teams. Check out Oasis dancers Paloma, Gabriela, Sophia, and Tomas de Leon.
Last week first graders presented their Animal Research Slideshows to the second grade classes. The students did an amazing job researching and putting together fun and engaging presentations. Great job first graders!