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Oak Grove Middle School

1771 Hoy Long Rd | Winston Salem, NC 27107 phone Phone: 336-474-8250 phone Fax: 336-474-8257


2017-2018 Yearbook

ATTENTION 8th GRADE PARENTS: Due to recent closings, the deadline to submit an 8th grade ad for the yearbook has been extended to Friday, Feb 9th. Ad space is limited and will be reserved on a first come, first serve case.
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Teacher Mini-Grants

Teacher Mini-Grants are designed to give teachers and students extra learning opportunities by providing extra materials or experiences related to the academic curriculum.
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Credit by Demonstrated Mastery

Credit by Demonstrated Mastery is a state policy, which allows students working at an advanced level to earn course credit for high school courses by going through a two-phase assessment process. Any 7th or 8th grade parent who is interested in learning about this process may request an informational brochure and student application at the school office. For more information on Credit by Demonstrated Mastery, click on the "Credit by Demonstrated Mastery" headline. Applications are due back in the main office of OGMS on December 8, 2017.
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StudentAccess Opt-In Forms due November 30, 2017

Davidson County Schools and the Davidson County Public Library are partnering to support students' ongoing education. Beginning January 2018, students may use their student ID number to access public library books, audiobooks, music, databases, magazines, historical newspapers, and so much more for FREE!

Parents, please complete, sign and return the Opt-In form by November 30, 2017. Only students with an Opt-In form on file will have a StudentAccess account.

Don't miss out on this AMAZING opportunity for your children!!!!
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FOOTBALL: Back-to-Back Conference Champions!

The Grizzlies' football team finished with an 8-0 record and conference champions for the second year in a row. The coaches would like to thank everyone for their support this year. Without it, the players and coaches could not have realized their goals and accomplishments.
Awesome Job Grizzlies!
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