Oak Park’s Rocketry Team placed 30th in the nation in the 14th annual Team America Rocketry Challenge May 12.
The team was one of the 100 teams selected from a pool of more than 750 to advance to the finals, before placing 30th overall. After qualifying, the team went to Washington, D.C., to test their rocket on Capitol Hill in the national competition.
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Following a policy change that allowed freshman athletes to be exempted from taking a physical education course, reduction in demand for P.E. classes has led to the elimination of Dance P.E.
Historically, Oak Park freshmen were required to enroll in a traditional physical education class, whether or not the student was on a sports team during his... Read More »
The school held its annual International Festival, open to all members of the community, April 8.
Parents and foreign language teachers volunteered to host the festival.
“It was very well prepared,... Read More »
Happy Monday, Oak Park. Here’s what you need to know to wrap up your weekend and begin your week:
Last week: football and girls’ volleyball
Varsity football beat Carpinteria 40-7 Friday, Sept. 23.
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Happy Friday, Oak Park. Here’s what you need to know to wrap up your week and begin your weekend:
This week: spirit week and homecoming
This week was spirit week. The first rally of the year was today, S... Read More »
The District of Choice program has been an educational option for parents in California for more than 20 years. The extension of this program — Senate Bill 1432, authored by Senator Bob Huff — was... Read More »
(Lorie Shelley/California State Senate)
The Assembly Appropriations Committee took surprising action recently that will disrupt the education of thousands of children, lead to teacher and school sup... Read More »