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Oak Park High School - Established 1965

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Office Hours 
7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Bell Schedule
825 NE 79th Terrace
Kansas City, MO 64118

Phone: (816)321-5320
Attendance: 321-5322
Nurse: 321-5323
Fax: 321-5321
Fax: (816)413-5305
Counseling: 321-5325

17-18 EDU HANDBOOK
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16-17 REGISTRATION
Enrollment Forms please print single sided
16-17 Handbook

FREE & REDUCED LUNCH 
Packet and Application 

Follow us on Twitter:
OPHS: @OakParkHS
Principal: @SartainOPNation
Counseling: @OPCounseling
Publications: @northmennews
Library: @northmenslmc
PTSA/Booster: @OPHSPTSA 

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XLT Lifetime Activities 
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STRATEGIC PLAN click here

OAK PARK ALUMNI
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Booster Club Annual Chili Supper & Basket Auction
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Oak Park Northmen

STUDENT HONOR ROLL
2016-2017 Semester I

 

Our Mission as the Oak Park family is to

Engage students to
Explore possibilities that
Empower them to make a positive difference in their community
through a school distinguished by:

  • relevant inspiring learning experiences
  • respectful caring relationships
  • responsible culture of bold innovation.

Strategic Objectives

  • Every student will develop a personalized foundation of learning.
  • Every student will develop perseverance and confidence that will empower each individual to make a positive impact.
  • Every student will take responsibility for self, peers, school, and community.

Tactics

  • We will ensure innovative, challenging, and engaging learning experiences for all students.
  • We will integrate feeder schools and community to unite our Oak Park family.
  • We will establish a culture of ownership and accountability.
  • We will develop and maintain a physical environment that supports our mission and is worthy of our Oak Park family. 

RECOGNITION 

Fliers & Special Offers
Oak Park Business Partners

AKKA Karate USA

Allied Refreshment Company

Barnes & Noble - Zona Rosa

Carlitos Mexican Restaurant

City of Gladstone

Donna's Academy of Hair Design

First Bank of Missouri - Gladstone

Friendly Bean Coffee Company

Gladstone Area Chamber of Commerce

Gashland United Methodist Church

Gladstone Bowl

Hy-Vee - Gladstone

Mosaic Life Care of Gladstone

North Kansas City Kiwanis Club

Reed Portrait Group

St. Luke's North Hospital

Squid Screen Printing

Please click here for more information regarding Business Partnerships.

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FATHER DAUGHTER DANCE
On Saturday March 11th from 2-4pm, we will be hosting our 2nd annual Future Oakies Father Daughter Dance.  There will be lots of snacks, games, dancing and photo ops for the little ones.  Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 per child.  If you would like to purchase tickets, you can go to ophssc.seatyourself.biz .   Portrait photos will be available for $5 (Cash Only).  We are looking forward to a great time and hope to see you there!



FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA

Oak Park's 2016-2017 Future Business Leaders of America team represented their school recently in district competition.  Notable finishes by team members are as follows:

Hannah Frazier—3rd in Accounting I; 1st in Accounting II

Tyler Eiken—4th in Agribusiness

Daniel D’Angelo—4th in Business Ethics; 3rd in Economics; 4th in Global Business (team event)

Mikelyn Sylvara—4th in Global Business (team event); 4th in Business Law

Sabrina Foster—5th in Organizational Leadership

Carson Goertz-Cline—2nd in Business Law; 4th in Economics; 1st in Business Procedures

 

Also representing OPHS in competition were Alex Donnici and Alex Brown.

 

State qualifiers include Hannah Frazier, Tyler Eiken, Daniel D’Angelo, Mikelyn Sylvara, Sabrina Foster, and Carson Goertz-Cline.

 

Congratulations to this outstanding group of Oak Park students



ATHLETE'S SIGNING CEREMONY
On January 30th we hosted we hosted our college athletic signing ceremony.  Below you will find all of our amazing athletes!

 

Israel Esteban, football -St. Mary University

Forrest Rhea, football -St. Mary University

Kyle Linville, football - University of Central Missouri

Marckson Francois, track-Park University

Will Simpson, baseball-Central Methodist University

Cailyn Deeney, softball-Rockhurst University

Noah Studebaker, soccer-William Jewell College

Hunter Shelton, wrestling- South Dakota State University   


ART AWARDS COMPETITION
Please congratulate the following students whose work has been accepted by 2017 Missouri Scholastic Art Awards competition. 
The Scholastic Awards is a national competitions that looks for work demonstrating originality, technical skill, and emergence of a personal voice or vision.
 

Evan Land, Design – honorable mention

Abby Oyesam, Drawing/Painting – honorable mention

Cristy Wei, Design – honorable mention



STUDENT HONOR ROLL
Here you can find a list of Oak Park's Honor Roll students.  Congratulations on your hard work and effort!
2016-2017 Semester I

 


NORTHMEN PRIDE NEWSLETTER
Please check out our newest Fall 2016 newsletter. Here you will find a letter from our Principal, Dr. Chris Sartain, activities and athletic awards and updates and much more! All email's and website's are clickable links!


HOMEWORK HELP!
Mid-Continent Public Library offers students K-12 live homework help from tutor.com. It is FREE. Students just need to register and get a card. Tutor.com will connect students with live, expert tutors for one-to-one help with their homework assignments. They can use Tutor.com from their home computer or inside the library to complete assignments and improve grades.

Direct questions about the program to Mid Continent Public Library at acaviness@mymcpl.org. Register to get a card at https://www.mymcpl.org/catalog/get-card. The link to get started is: https://www.mymcpl.org/homework.

 

SCIENCE OLYMPIAD TEAM
At the Northland Classic OP students  had a great, fun day being competitive within the context of science.  It was a competitive day, with some of the best teams in Kansas and Missouri, including from the St. Louis side, represented in the field of entrants.  They placed in the top half at 13th out of 26, improving from our last tournament by two places.  Top placers where:

  • Caitlin Anderson and Malaina Curtiss placing 10th in Forensics,
  • Maria Casto and Leanna Borgeson placing 10th in Electric Vehicle,
  • Alan Scalzi and Mawada Eskandar placing 9th in Optics,
  • Anne Hughes and Leanna Borgeson placing 9th in Towers,
  • Amira Nuur and Alan Scalzi placing 9th in Disease Detectives,
  • Jaeza Robertson and Sophia Hull placing 7th in Robot Arm,
  • Erica Dykes and Leanna Borgeson placing 6th in Rocks and Minerals,
  • Erica Dykes and Anne Hughes placing 5th in Dynamic Planet,
  • Emily Hilderbrand and Nina Kutensky placing 5th in Helicopters,
  • Jaeza Robertson and Emily Hilderbrand placing 2nd in Game On.

Their next competition is this Saturday, Feb. 4th at Warrensburg. 


Do you ever wonder what the different ACT scores can get you? Check out this list of schools that offer various scholarships based on your ACT score.


VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY

Ascend Hospice is welcoming the opportunity for High school students to get involved in a number of activities, including companionship visits, office work and special projects. Training is provided, and many teen volunteers are able to use their hours towards community service requirements...read more.

Please contact Krystal Anderson for more information via email or by phone at 816-584-8111

 


Oak Park High School celebrated Homecoming Sept. 16-17, 2016. While rain caused the parade to be canceled, spirits were not dampened at the all-school assembly. The weather was beautiful as festivities continued on Saturday for the football game at the high school. Senior Mahasin Tutu was named 2016 Homecoming Queen during halftime. See all photos!


The ACT is an achievement test, measuring what a student has learned in school. The ACT has up to 5 components: English, Mathematics, Reading, Science, and an optional Writing Test. The ACT® college readiness assessment is a curriculum- and standards-based educational and career planning tool that assesses students’ academic readiness for college. Please view here for more information.

TWO FREE - ACT PRACTICE SERVICES

 

STUDENT HONOR ROLL
2015-2016 Semester II Honor Roll has been announced.  Please click here to view students who achieved Principal's and Northmen Honor Roll. 


BRIGHT FLIGHT 
To qualify for Bright Flight, a student must be in the top 3% of his or her statewide high school class as determined by normalized tests, the ACT and SATcomposite scores. To date, a score of 31 or above on the ACT. Below is a list of the amazing young minds at Oak Park who have achieved a score of 31 or higher on the ACT. 

OPERATION PRIDE/COMMUNITY SERVICE 
Beginning with the Class of 2019, all graduating seniors from NKC Schools are required to have 20 Service to Community Hours — a requirement to be completed by the end of the student's first semester of their senior year. To learn more about the community service hours requirement

Community Service Hours Form
List of Northland Charities 
List of OP Opportunities 

For a full description of all the graduation requirements, check the Career & Planning Education Guide 


Do you have children at more than one district school? Wouldn’t it be helpful if you could see multiple schools’ calendars together? Now, you can! (See how here)

ALUMNI COURTYARD - GRANITE LEGACY PAVERS
Become part of Oak Park’s Alumni Courtyard by purchasing a granite legacy paver. What was previously known as the Main Courtyard has been renovated and updated to recognize our Alumni, their families, and staff members. Pavers can be purchased to recognize the families, influential teachers, previous classes, or other members of the OP Family you would like to acknowledge.  The funds will be used to continue to make improvements to Oak Park. Contact Susan Hiland with any questions.

SOFTBALL LEGACY PLATE
If you are interested in purchasing a legacy plate that will be displayed at the OP Softball Complex please order here.  For questions contact Coach Smothers at (417)437-2853 or via email.

DAN KAHLER INNOVATIVE TEACHING GRANT
If you would like to donate in honor of Dr. Dan Kahler to 
The Dr. Dan Kahler Innovative Teaching Grants Program you may contact Jan Lewis at (816) 321-5550. Or you may donate to the Oak Park Alumni Fund.  Donations to either may be sent to NKC Schools Education Foundation at 2000 NE 46th St. Kansas City, MO 64116.

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