OASD 2020 Learning Hub

2020-21 Return to school Information

Welcome to the 2020-21 school year!  On this page, you'll find the newest information on the OASD 2020-21 return to school plan.  You'll also find weekly updates, health information, and other important details for families. Please use the drop down menus below to access that information.


2020-21 Back to School Reopening Plan

2020-21 Back to School Reopening Plan

The last four months have brought many unexpected challenges to our District families and staff.  Our school closures in March were unprecedented, and our administrative team, staff, and families persevered through the difficulty of moving instruction to a remote learning environment.  While our students and staff were adapting to remote learning in Spring, our OASD Administrative team and School Board were working and planning for our Fall return to school.


OASD Intermediate Schools & OHS Transition to Face-to-Face Learning

POSTED ON Monday, September 28, 2020

At an OASD School Board Special Meeting Wednesday, September 23, the School Board held a discussion and voted to bring all intermediate and high school students back to school face-to-face for full school days, 5-days a week, beginning on Monday, September 28. The OASD will reopen enrollment into the Ocon Virtual Learning Community (OVLC) for students in grades 5-8  who are currently in the purple/gold split attendance schedule and who wish to attend the OVLC instead.  OHS students who are currently in the purple/gold split attendance schedule and wish to move to a fully virtual program will be able to transition to online coursework via Odysseyware software to complete the first semester and then transfer to the OVLC in the second semester.

  • Students and staff members who are currently in quarantine should continue to follow their predetermined quarantine schedule.  With the switch to full-time face-to-face learning, students and staff should return to school on their first learning day after a quarantine period.
  • Intermediate and high school families should look for an email from school principals with additional information about the full student body returning to school face-to-face.  Elementary students will continue to follow their current schedule.
  • Please note that Friday, October 2, 2020, is a no school day for students and professional development day for staff based on the original 2020-21 school year calendar.

Changes to the OASD traditional student face-to-face learning option

posted on August 5, 2020

At their August 4 meeting, the OASD School Board approved changing the traditional face-to-face learning option to a face-to-face cohort model at the Elementary levels and a split attendance model at the Intermediate and High School levels.  These models represent the District’s highest degree of mitigation to reduce close social contacts while still providing an opportunity for students to learn in a face-to-face setting.

 A medical advisory committee has been developed to provide guidance to the OASD School Board and administration during return to school planning and throughout the school year. This group of healthcare professionals will have access to local and District COVID-19 data. With the assistance of the medical advisory committee and the County Health department, the District will establish metrics to assist the Board in determining when a return to a full face-to-face environment is warranted.

The learning options that families can now select for their child to return to school in the fall are:

  • Face-to-face cohort model for 4K- grade 4 at the Elementary level and face-to-face split attendance model at the Intermediate and High School levels.
  • Ocon Virtual Learning Community, a fully online virtual learning option that families can select for grades 4K-12 instead of returning to the school environment.
  • A physically distanced learning format for grades K-6 that provides more social distancing but requires additional parent support for students, and will only be offered if there is enough interest per grade level.

 

Click here for more information on the cohort model for 4K-12th grade


OASD Elementary School Cohort Model FAQ Videos
The OASD Elementary School Principals have created short FAQ videos on the face-to-face cohort model for students in 4K-grade 4.  Please click the links below to watch the video from your child's school.


OASD Fall 2020 Return to School Plan

Posted on July 17, 2020

On July 17, 2020, the OASD released the first edition of our Fall 2020 Return to School Plan.  This document will be updated continually as we navigate the return to school.  Many factors are out of our control and will remain that way for the 2020-21 school year.  We will continue to work with State, County, and local agencies to adapt our plans to the changing COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Click here for the 2020-21 Back to School Reopening Plan

Haga clic aquí para ver el Plan de reapertura del regreso a clases 2020-21 en español


The District has provided a significant amount of information to OASD families over the last four months, by email, on the OASD website, in OHS blog updates, within virtual learning platforms, and on the District social media pages.  This information may have been overwhelming at times, but the OASD will continue to provide an abundance of information so that families and staff are informed of the District's work and the decision-making that affects our students, families, staff, and community.

2020-21 Return to School Video Presentations

2020-21 Return to School Video Presentations

Keeping Our Schools Clean All Year!

Watch this video for more information on the cleaning procedures our OASD Buildings and Ground Department are using the keep our schools clean all year.


OASD Superintendent Dr. Roger Rindo and School Board President Dr. Rick Grothaus have shared the OASD plans for returning to school in eight school-site presentations and three virtual presentations. John Flannery, the OASD Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Dyanna Kadrich, Director of Student Services, and all of our OASD Principals joined Dr. Rindo and Dr. Grothaus to share these plans with OASD families and the Oconomowoc community.

These face-to-face school-site presenations were held on the following dates and locations:

  • Greenland Elementary:  July 20 at 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
  • Ixonia Elementary:  July 27 at 6 p.m. 
  • Meadow View Elementary:  July 13 at 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
  • Park Lawn Elementary:  July 15 at 6 p.m.
  • Summit Elementary:  July 16 at 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
  • Nature Hill Intermediate:  July 22 at 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
  • Silver Lake Intermediate:  July 14 at 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
  • OHS:  July 23 at 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.

 


Click this link to watch the video presentation with Closed Captioning on YouTube

Haga clic en este enlace para obtener instrucciones para ver el video con traducción al español

 


 

2020-21 RETURN TO SCHOOL VIRTUAL PRESENTATION VIDEOS

Between July 28-30, 2020, the OASD offered three live virtual presentations on the return to school.  Videos of those presentations are available for OASD families and community members to view below.

Oconomowoc High School Presentation from July 28, 2020


Intermediate Schools Presentation from July 29, 2020


 

Elementary Schools Presentation from July 30, 2020

Absence Reporting Information

Absence Reporting Information

This school year, it’s more important than ever to keep children home if they’re sick and accurately notify your child’s school of the absence.  There are two ways that families can report a student’s absence to school, either by calling the school attendance line or using the Skyward Family Access system.

REPORTING ILLNESS THROUGH THE ATTENDANCE PHONE LINE

For families who prefer to call the school attendance line to report an absence or illness, please remember to leave the following information:

  • Parent/guardian name and phone number
  • Student name
  • Reason for absence
  • If the student is ill, please explain all of their symptoms
  • If the student has been exposed to COVID-19, please give information on that exposure
  • If the student has tested positive for COVID-19, please confirm the date of the test result


OASD School Attendance Phone Numbers:

  • Greenland Elementary Attendance Line: (262)-560-8102
  • Ixonia Elementary Attendance Line: (262)-560-8402
  • Meadow View Elementary Attendance Line: (262)-560-8002
  • Park Lawn Elementary Attendance Line: (262)-560-8202
  • Summit Elementary Attendance Line: (262)-560-8302
  • Nature Hill Intermediate Attendance Line: (262)-569-4942
  • Silver Lake Intermediate Attendance Line: (262)-560-4302
  • Oconomowoc High Attendance Line: (262)-560-3102

REPORTING ILLNESS THROUGH SKYWARD FAMILY ACCESS

Families can also report a child’s absence through the online Family Access systemPlease use these step-by-step instructions to record the absence in Skyward.  If the District Health Team or School Administration have questions about your child’s absence of illness, you will receive a phone call to request more information. Please use these links for additional information:

Click here to access the 2020-21 OASD Illness Guidelines

Click here to access the COVID-19 exposure expectations information

Weekly Updates & News

OASD FAMILY UPDATES FOR Friday, october 16, 2020

We will share updates with OASD families every Friday during the 2020-21 school year.  These updates may be short or they may be long, depending on what new information is available that week.


New Updates

Early Release Schedule for Teacher Conferences

There are a few schedule changes next week because of teacher conferences, and schedules vary slightly depending on your child’s age and school.

Students at Greenland, Ixonia, Meadow View, Park Lawn & Summit Elementary:

  • 4K: No school on Thursday, October 22, and Friday, October 23.
  • 5K-Grade 4: Early release at 12:40 p.m. on Thursday, October 22, and no school on Friday, October 23.


Students at Nature Hill & Silver Lake Intermediate:

  • Early release at 11:55 a.m. on Thursday, October 22, and no school on Friday, October 23.


Students at Oconomowoc High School:

  • Full school day on Thursday, October 22, and no school on Friday, October 23.


Students in the OVLC:

  • 4K-Grade 6: Early release at 11:45 a.m. on Thursday, October 22, and no school on Friday, October 23.
  • Grades 7-12: Full school day on Thursday, October 22, but all live sessions will occur in the morning and the afternoon will be for independent work. No school on Friday, October 23.

REMINDERS

The OASD Technology & Innovation Website Can Help

The OASD Technology & Innovation website is an excellent resource for families and students who need help with Canvas, Google, Classlink, Seesaw, their device, and so much more!

Visit www.oasd.org/TechHelp to reach the Technology & Innovation website


School Meals for Virtual Students

Breakfast and lunch are available for all OASD students participating in virtual learning during the 2020-21 school year and for students during a quarantine period.  Students enrolled in the OVLC or OHS Remote Learning for Credit Continuation, and students learning virtually during a quarantine period can order meals each week and pick up those meals every Monday at Oconomowoc High School.

Families are required to complete a few simple steps on a weekly basis to receive these meals:

  1. Click this link to reach the online order form.
  2. Complete a separate order form for each student.
  3. Submit your student’s order before 2:00 p.m. on Fridays so their meals are available the following week.
  4. Pick up meals on Mondays, between 4:00-6:00 p.m. for the entire week.
  5. If a holiday or non-school day is on a Monday, meal pick up will occur on Tuesday, between 4:00-6:00 p.m.
  6. If a school week is shortened because of a holiday or non-school day, the number of meals will be adjusted accordingly.

OASD Needs Substitute Teachers, Paraprofessionals & Food Service Staff

There are several job opportunities available at the OASD for the 2020-21 school year.  The most urgent of these are paraprofessional positions, food service positions, and substitute teaching opportunities.

Paraprofessional Positions
To learn more about paraprofessional positions in the OASD, visit the Wisconsin Education Career Access Network (WECAN) website at www.wecan.education.wisc.edu.  All open positions are posted in WECAN, year-round.

Substitute Teacher Training & Positions

The OASD is always looking for qualified substitute teachers.  If you have a 2-year or 4-year degree, you can easily become certified as a substitute teacher by attending a substitute training workshop which includes short-term substitute permit licensure via the Department of Public Instruction.


Food Service Positions
Our food service Partner Aramark has several positions available for the 2020-21 school year.  Use these links to learn more about these opportunities:


OASD COVID-19 Dashboard Updated

At their September 2 meeting, the OASD School Board reviewed the key indicators that can guide the Board's decision-making to return to full face-to-face learning at all grade levels. Through Board meeting discussions and work with the Waukesha County Health Department, the OASD Administration has developed a series of dashboards to display COVID-19 data.

These dashboards are available at www.oasd.org/COVIDDashboard. 

Updates to this web page will be made twice per week. Due to the data collection and processing time, reporting results may have a 1-day delay.  The data currently available includes:


FREE Breakfast & Lunch for ALL OASD Students

On Monday, August 31, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food and Nutrition Service unexpectedly announced the extension of their free student meals program that began during the summer.  As a result, student breakfast and lunch will be free on the days that students are learning at school face-to-face and the days that students are learning virtually.  This free meal program will continue until the USDA confirms that funding is no longer available or until December 31, 2020, whichever comes first.

For those students at the Intermediate Schools and OHS, a free meal option will be available for selection in the lunch service areas.   Ala carte and snack items are not included in the free meal program and will remain available for purchase.  When this free meal program ends, families will be charged for meals through their child’s Skyward Family Access account based on their student meal status, whether free, reduced, or standard price.


Past Daily Updates


Click the links below for PDF copies of our past Daily Updates.

Weekly Update for October 9, 2020

Weekly Update for October 2, 2020

Weekly Update for September 25, 2020

Weekly Update for September 18, 2020

Weekly Update for September 11, 2020

Weekly Update for September 4, 2020

Weekly Update for August 28, 2020

Weekly Update for August 21, 2020

Weekly Update for August 14, 2020

Weekly Update for August 7, 2020

Weekly Update for July 31, 2020

Weekly Update for July 24, 2020

Weekly Update for July 17, 2020

Weekly Update for July 10, 2020

Weekly Update for July 3, 2020

Weekly Update for June 26, 2020

Weekly Update for June 19, 2020

Daily Update for June 10, 2020

Daily Update for June 5, 2020

Daily Update for June 4, 2020

Daily Update for June 3, 2020

Daily Update for June 2, 2020

Daily Update for May 29, 2020

Daily Update for May 28, 2020

Daily Update for May 27, 2020

Daily Update for May 21, 2020

Daily Update for May 20, 2020

Daily Update for May 19, 2020

Daily Update for May 15, 2020

Daily Update for May 14, 2020

Daily Update for May 13, 2020

Daily Update for May 12, 2020

Daily Update for May 8, 2020

Daily Update for May 7, 2020

Daily Update for May 6, 2020

Daily Update for May 5, 2020

Daily Update for May 1, 2020

Daily Update for April 29, 2020

Daily Update for April 28, 2020

Daily Update for April 24, 2020

Daily Update for April 23, 2020

Daily Update for April 22, 2020

Daily Update for April 21, 2020

Daily Update for April 17, 2020

Daily Update for April 16, 2020

Daily Update for April 15, 2020

Daily Update for April 9, 2020

Daily Update for April 8, 2020

Daily Update for April 7, 2020

Daily Update for April 3, 2020

Daily Update for April 2, 2020

Daily Update for April 1, 2020

Daily Update for March 31, 2020

Daily Update for March 26, 2020

Daily Update for March 20, 2020

Daily Update for March 19, 2020

Daily Update for March 18, 2020


Elementary & Intermediate School Grading Changes

Please use this link to register each adult that will attend an in-person presentation

 

Face Covering Information

Face Covering Information

On July 30, 2020, the Governor of Wisconsin declared a Public Health Emergency and issued an Emergency Order requiring individuals to wear face coverings when indoors and not in their private residence. This order took effect on August 1 and is set to expire on September 28, 2020. This mandate includes staff and students attending the OASD.


 

On September 22, 2020, Governor Tony Evers declared a new public health emergency and issued a new face coverings order requiring individuals to wear face coverings when indoors and not in their private residence, effective immediately.  This mandate includes staff and students attending the OASD and is scheduled to expire on November 21, 2020.


The District’s current plan requires all staff members to wear face coverings if they cannot maintain six feet of distance from each other and students. At their August 4 meeting, the OASD School Board approved a requirement for students to wear face coverings in schools and on school busses. Schools will develop plans and procedures to provide opportunities for “mask breaks” for students throughout the day. Also, students will not be required to wear masks outdoors or during periods of physical exertion in Physical Education, and during athletic practices and competition.

Students may submit a Request for Accommodation Related to Mandatory Face Mask Use form for children who may have medical, mental health, developmental, or other sensory sensitivity that would prevent them from wearing a face covering.


Click this link for the Request for Accommodation Related to Mandatory Face Mask use form

Haga clic en este enlace para acceder al formulario de Solicitud de modificaciones relacionadas con el uso obligatorio de la mascarilla facial

Food Service Resources

Food Service Resources

USDA EXTENDS FREE SUMMER MEAL PROGRAM

On Monday, August 31, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food and Nutrition Service unexpectedly announced the extension of their free student meals program that began during the summer. As a result, student breakfast and lunch will be free on the days that students are learning at school face-to-face, and the days that students are learning virtually. This free meal program will continue until the USDA confirms that funding is no longer available or until December 31, 2020, whichever comes first.

Click here to read the full Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction letter detailing the Summer Food Service Program extension

For those students at the Intermediate Schools and OHS, a free meal option will be available for selection in the lunch service areas.   Ala carte and snack items are not included in the free meal program and will remain available for purchase.

When this free meal program ends, families will be charged for meals through their child’s Skyward Family Access account based on their student meal status, whether free, reduced or standard price.  Click the "Free & Reduced Meal Information" drop-down below for more information on receiving free and reduced student meals after the free meal program ends.


Free & Reduced Meal Program Available After Free Meals End

All OASD students have access to our food service program and meals every school day.  Many families may also qualify for reduced price or free school meals for their children.  Click this link for the full packet of information and required application forms.

Free and reduced meal applications are due before October 1, 2020, for the 2020-21 school year.

Please note – a new application is required for every school year.  If you participated in the free and reduced meal program last school year, please submit a new application for 2020-21.  Even though meals are currently free, if you qualify for free or reduced meals, you should submit the application before the October 1, 2020, deadline.  If you miss the application deadline, you won’t be able to receive free or reduced meals once the USDA free meal program ends.


Important note – If you are eligible for free or reduced meals and complete the application process, your student’s annual fee may also be waived if you complete all of the forms. Click this link to read the full financial difficulty letter for more information.


For more information on the free or reduced-price meals program, please visit www.oasd.org/FoodService



School Breakfast & Lunch for OVLC Students & Virtual Students

All students in the OVLC and students learning virtually during a quarantine period can order breakfast and lunch for their virtual school days.  Meals are packed based on the number of virtual school days your child will have each week and families can pick up those meals every Monday at Oconomowoc High School.  A map of the pick-up location is included in the form linked below.  

Cost for Meals on Virtual Student Days
As of Monday, August 31, student breakfast and lunch will be free on the days that students are learning at school face-to-face, and the days that students are learning virtually.  This free meal program is sponsored by the USDA and will continue until the USDA confirms that funding is no longer available or until December 31, 2020, whichever comes first.

When this free meal program ends, families will be charged for meals through their child’s Skyward Family Access account based on their student meal status, whether free, reduced, or standard price.

 

Families are required to complete a few simple steps on a weekly basis:

  1. Click this link to reach the online order form.
  2. Complete a separate order form for each student.
  3. Submit your student’s order before 2:00 p.m. on Fridays so their meals are available the following week.
  4. Pick up meals on Mondays, between 4:00-6:00 p.m. for the entire week
  5. If a holiday or non-school day is on a Monday, meal pick up will occur on Tuesday, between 4:00-6:00 p.m.
  6. If a school week is shortened because of a holiday or non-school day, the number of meals will be adjusted accordingly.

Visit the OASD Food Service page for more information


 USDA Non-Discrimination

In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any program or activity conducted or funded by USDA. 

Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information (e.g. Braille, large print, audiotape, American Sign Language, etc.), should contact the Agency (State or local) where they applied for benefits.  Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339.  Additionally, program information may be made available in languages other than English.

To file a program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, (AD-3027) found online at: http://www.ascr.usda.gov/complaint_filing_cust.html, and at any USDA office, or write a letter addressed to USDA and provide in the letter all of the information requested in the form. To request a copy of the complaint form, call (866) 632-9992. Submit your completed form or letter to USDA by:

  1. Mail: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410
  2. Fax: (202) 690-7442
  3. Email: program.intake@usda.gov

 

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

OASD Health Services Information

OASD Health Services Information for Families

2020-21 OASD Illness Guidelines
Exposure Exclusion Expectations Letter
Student Travel Letter


OASD Health Services Parent Video: Illness in Schools & Isolation Practices

 


OCON Virtual Learning Community Information

OCON Virtual Learning Community

The Oconomowoc Area School District (OASD) is excited to introduce the Oconomowoc Virtual Learning Community (OVLC) as one of the educational options for students in the 2020-21 school year.  Our District continues to listen to the feedback from families, and we understand the need families have to support their children in entirely virtual settings as a result of the current pandemic.  We believe the OVLC will meet this need for families, both in response to COVID-19 and long-term, as families determine the most flexible educational environment for their children.

 

The OVLC is structured as part of the OASD, not an OASD Charter School.  Students who enroll in the OVLC will continue to be part of the OASD and can participate in OASD co-curricular activities or athletics.  Students will also have the opportunity to transition between settings at designated points in the school year if they find the educational environment is no longer conducive to their academic or social development.  

 

Click here to read the initial OVLC Program Planning Guide

 

This Program Planning Guide is designed to support families as they decide if the OVLC is the right fit for their children. This document will continue to change as the OVLC team finalizes program details leading up to the start of the 2020-21 school year.  Each time the program guide is updated, the issue date will be included on the cover and the newest guide will be saved on this page.

Health & Wellbeing Resources for Families

Health & Wellbeing Resources for Families

The Oconomowoc Area School District Social Workers are available to support our OASD students and families. Please reach out to your school Social Worker if you need support.

Name

Call or Text

Voicemail

Email

Erica Lannan
Oconomowoc High School

262-560-3128

920-541-7759

LannanE@oasd.org

Nicole Mara
Nature Hill Intermediate

262-569-4953

612-567-7202

MaraN@oasd.org

Jessie Mueller
Silver Lake Intermediate

262-560-4300

ext. 4313

920-355-1429

MuellerJe@oasd.org

Erin Lee
Park Lawn & Ixonia Elementaries

262-560-8234

262-370-5243

LeeE@oasd.org

Jordyn Ginsberg
Greenland & Meadow View Elementaries

262-560-8108

262-328-6335

GinsbergJ@oasd.org

Katherine Konle
Summit Elementary

262-560-8310

262-328-6528

KonleK@oasd.org

  

Food/Toiletries/Paper Products

St. Paul's Lutheran Church Drive-Up Food Pantry on 210 E. Pleasant Street

  • Anybody who comes receives food or goods (toiletries and paper products require request)
  • 1st and 3rd Monday of the month, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.


Oconomowoc Food Pantry on Brown Street (South end of St. Vincent De Paul)

  • Open Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:30 – 2:30 p. m. and 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.; Saturdays, 9:30 – 10:30 a.m.
  • Must bring current bill for proof of address (within the OASD) and photo ID
  • Phone: (262)-567-7054


Ashippun Bread Basket [Dodge County residents only] on W24457 Oak Street

  • Open Thursdays, 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. or Saturdays, 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.
  • Phone: (920)-474-4075


Crosspoint Church on W380N6931 N. Lake Road, Oconomowoc


Mental Health

Call 2-1-1

  • Offering crisis response, crisis assessment, safety planning, facilitating voluntary hospitalization, and facilitating emergency detention


National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

  • People ages 13-25 can text Lexi Sandoval, Youth Outreach Specialist. She can provide support, education, and resources to help cope. Lexi is available Mondays and Thursdays, 11:00 – 3:00 p.m. by text at (262)-993-6903.
  • COVID-19 Resource and Information Guide
NAMI Lighthouse Project
  • Call (262)-364-8730, Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
  • The Lighthouse Project is broadening to meet the needs of people who need extra assistance due to the current public health crises.  During summer break, they will provide extra support for families who need it and referrals will not be required.
  • The Lighthouse Project will be available to any parent or caregiver of a child age 6-17 enrolled in a school in Waukesha County.
  • Service include emotional support, system navigation, and education for families handling mental health concerns in the home including when a child is at risk for suicide.
  • Click this link for an information flyer about The Lighthouse Project


Rogers Behavioral Health

  • Phone: (262)-646-4411 for phone screening, inpatient hospitalization, etc.
  • For telehealth services call (800)-767-4411 or visit https://rogersbh.org to make a referral or make a screening request online


Aurora Psychiatric Hospital

  • Phone: (414)-454-6600 for phone screening, inpatient hospitalization, etc.


Center for Suicide Awareness

  • Free service offering help and hope by trained crisis counselor
  • Hopeline: Text 741741 on mobile devices for immediate help or Lifeline call: (800)-273-8255


Student and Family Assistance Program (SFAP)

  • Free service (6 sessions) offered to families with students in the OASD
  • Guardians can also receive sessions themselves
  • Phone: (800)-236-3231 and say you are eligible through OASD


Family Services of Waukesha

  • Phone: (262)-547-5567
  • Telehealth services offered virtually via phone or video conferencing
  • Main office in Waukesha staffed for calls Monday – Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
  • More information at https://www.fswaukesha.org/


GALS Institute, LLC


Cornerstone Counseling

  • Phone: (262)-789-1191
  • Call to start intake process
  • Telehealth services offered virtually

More information at http://www.cornerstonecounseling.com/index.htm


Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA)
Rosecrance

  • Phone: (815)-337-1000
  • In person drug testing available
  • Virtual assessment, call (888)-928-5278
  • Telehealth services offered virtually
  • More information at https://rosecrance.org/


Your Choice


Financial Assistance

Pandemic Unemployment Assistance – Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development

  • Unemployment benefits to unemployed/partially unemployed as a result of the disaster
  • Cannot qualify for regular state unemployment insurance
  • Covers those who are self-employed and become unemployed because of the disaster
  • More information at https://dwd.wisconsin.gov/uiben/pua/


Family Promise of Waukesha County on 543 J. Allen Circle, Suite D, Wales

  • Family Promise works in partnership with faith-based communities to provide free room and board for up to 90 days for parents and children
  • They are working on an initiative to create a fund to help families who are struggling to pay rent, mortgage or utilities because of the economic downturn
  • Phone: (262)-968-2321
  • Email: info@familypromisewaukehsa.org


List of other Financial Resources


Technology

OASD Technology Team


Community

COVID-19 Care for Lake Country: Facebook Group


Safe Families for Children

  • Family Friendships (virtual): Screened/trained volunteers who listen and support parents
  • Hosting (case-by-case currently): Temporary safe family for children to stay with
  • Call or text their helpline: (414)-345-8715, ext. 0, Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
  • Intake phone number: (414)-405-9318
  • More information at https://safe-families.org/get-help/


Women’s Center

  • Support for survivors of domestic and sexual violence
  • 24-Hour Hotline: (262)-542-3828
  • Emergency Shelter OPEN
  • Over-the-phone counseling sessions
  • More information at https://twcwaukesha.org/

Educational

Lake Country School’s Out: Facebook Group


Click here for a PDF copy of these Health & Wellbeing Resources

Technology Help

Technology & Innovation Website

The OASD Technology & Innovation website is a great resource for families and students who need help with Canvas, Google, Classlink, Seesaw, their device, and so much more!

Click here to access the Technology & Innovation Website


If you need help accessing technology resources or need support for your device, please contact our Technology Help Desk at (262)-560-2126 or helpdesk@oasd.org. 

The Help Desk is staffed during school hours. If you have trouble or need assistance during non-school hours, please check the Technology & Innovation website for information or please email or call the Help Desk.  Emails and voicemails will be returned the next school day.

We understand that virtual learning is a new concept for many students, and we will do what we can to support our students and families.  If you have questions about your student’s instructional materials or assignments, please contact their teacher.

Staff Directory

If you need to reach one of your student's teacher, you can search for their email address in our Staff Directory.

Click this link to reach the Staff Directory

Waukesha County Public Health Social Distancing Guidelines

915 E. Summit Avenue
Oconomowoc, WI 53066
262-560-1115
Nondiscrimination: The Oconomowoc Area School District provides assurance that no student is discriminated against because of the student's sex, race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital or parental status, sexual orientation, or physical, mental, emotional, or learning disability.
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