Oakland Tech has been given a wonderful opportunity to host Challenge Day on Sept. 19 and 20, from 9:00 AM- 3:35 PM, in the Girls Gym. It is an in-school field trip program designed to increase personal power and self-esteem of our students. We will be inviting 100 11th graders and 100 10th graders to participate. We need about 25 parent volunteers for each day. Please email Dana.Sudduth@ousd.org if you’re a parent who’d like to volunteer.
A peer tutoring program open to all 9th graders, Boost takes place Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 3:35 to 5 PM, in the library, and is offered in all four core subjects — Math, Biology, English and History (California Studies). Older students repeating Math or Biology are also welcome. The bulk of the tutoring is provided by 10th-12th grade peer tutors who have mastered the material and received coaching.
Open to all students at all Math levels, Math Mentors is hosted by math teachers, community volunteers and paid Tech student tutors. There’s no need to sign up — just drop in! Snacks are available.
Funding for Math Mentors is provided by the PTSA and the Math Dept. Please email Natalie Mann, Math Dept. Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Saturday School is for students who need to clear tardies or unexcused absences. It takes place on the Saturday following the last day of each marking period since grades are impacted by attendance/performance.
Are you a student starting up a new club? Want to learn how to effectively plan an event and get the word out? Then join us for one, two or all three training workshops being held Mon-Wed, Sept. 24-26, from 8 to 8:55 AM in Room 104.
Each workshop is being specially taught by an ASB officer in affiliation with OTHS Student Government. We hope to see you there! Email email@example.com with questions.
Tech’s Student Government officers create, organize, facilitate and bring to life many events and programs that help make the Bulldog experience a great one for students. Be sure to review what’s happening and what’s being planned:
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