From news publications, to text alerts, to a school-wide Yahoo! Group, Oakland Tech offers many (many) ways for you to stay informed and engaged.
The PTSA Bullhorn e-newsletter is emailed Thursday mornings throughout the school year (except holidays) and is packed with up-to-the-minute Tech news, college information, internship and scholarship opportunities, and much more. It can be translated into a variety of languages when viewed in a browser. Subscribe to the Bullhorn.
All Tech community members and supporters are encouraged to join the PTSA Yahoo! Group –– a helpful school-wide forum for you to ask questions, get advice and share information. Tech is a big-tent community and the Yahoo! Group is one of the main places we connect and engage. Please email email@example.com if you have difficulty accessing the direct link.
Families are strongly encouraged to sign up to receive school news and alerts via text. Text the message @othstpu to 81010. If you have trouble with 81010, try texting @othstpu to (510) 900-8725. Don’t have a mobile phone? Go here to sign up for email notifications.
Students and parent/guardians are encouraged to sign up for text notifications regarding college applications, financial aid, college fairs, SAT/ACT Prep and other timely alerts. Text the following grade appropriate code to 81010:
The Scribe is the official Oakland Tech student newspaper. Check out past issues on The Scribe website and the most recent issue here:
NOTE: The California Department of Education reversed its decision to withhold after school funding the day before this issue was released. Tech’s after school programs will now receive the grant they depend on, so the headline article is no longer accurate.
Published four times a year, the PTSA Bulldog Bytes newsletter is mailed to all families as well as distributed to faculty and staff. Peruse the full archive as well as the most recent issue below:
Students can submit suggestions, comments or concerns using the official digital suggestion box. All submissions are anonymous and will be reviewed by student government officers. Students can access it here. Share your voice now!