The Oakdale Math Honors Society members are urged to visit the Schoology group for information about an opportunity to compete in a math competition that involves the possibility of winning scholarship money for the University of Maryland.  See Ms. Watson in A203 to sign up and for more information!


The Boys Varsity soccer team improved to 7-0-2 with a 6-0 win at Brunswick. It was the 7th shutout of the season. The JV Boys Soccer team won 3-0 at Brunswick.  The teams host Walkersville Friday evening.


The JV Girls Soccer team beat Brunswick last night 3-2.  Fina Mochi and Avery Plate scored goals for the Bears. The Varsity Girls Soccer team also beat Brunswick 6-4.  Goals were scored by Liv Vilcek, Hannah Lebo, Danae Schwartzman, Sofia Carrera, and Sam Foster. The girls soccer program takes on Walkersville away on Thursday night.  Come out to support!


Oakdale Varsity field hockey played against Frederick yesterday and won 9-0. Emma McGaha and Taylor Hardesty both had hat tricks, while Allison Grunwell, Brooke Butler and Kiersten Hoffman added one goal a piece. 


Attention Oakdale, tonight at Governor Thomas Johnson High School it is Suicide Prevention Awareness Night. Come out to support the cause by seeing art and performances by fcps students. Admission is free.


The Oakdale High School Girls Indoor Track team will be hosting an interest meeting on Tuesday, October 15th at 2:30 pm in the Cafeteria. Any girls interested in joining the indoor track team should attend this meeting. Please see Coach Remsberg if you have any questions. 



Dramapalooza is back and better than ever! Join students from across the county to explore what theatre has to offer. Workshops in sound, lighting, special effects, make-up, costuming, improvisation, theatre movement, and more! Take advantage of the opportunity to audition before a panel of local professionals and receive valuable feedback to perfect your presentation! All are welcome!!! Please see Ms. Corridon in D154 to register. You have until Friday, October 4th, so don’t miss out!


1 in 9 students in Maryland’s public schools do not know if they will have food to eat when they get home from school and Marylanders miss more than 100 million meals a year.  Oakdale High School will be conducting a food drive from October 1st to November 1st to help those in need. Please bring donations of non-perishable food items to your first period class.  The class that brings in the most donations will win a breakfast. If your first period class is not participating in the food drive, you may drop off your donations with Ms. Porter in Room A225.


This week is one less bag week! Put your recycling bin to work and think about what actually can and can’t be recycled. Look at the signs above recycling bins around the school to be sure.