2019-2020 Academic & Athletic Awards Ceremony!
Oakdale Grade School is accepting applications for a 5th/6th grade teacher and Special Education teacher. Both positions require a Professional Educator License, and the Special Education position requires the LBS1 endorsement. Interested applicants need to send their resume, letter of interest, teaching experience, proof of valid teaching certificate, and 3 letters of recommendation to Superintendent Charles Peterson, 280 East Main Street, Oakdale, IL, 62268. Applications will be accepted until June 4, 2020. Interviews will be held by phone, or by other online platforms, with the Superintendent. Final candidates will be interviewed at the June 8th School Board Meeting and the candidate that is chosen for each position will be contacted. Applicants can email Supt. Charles Peterson at email@example.com with questions.
Oakdale Parents and Students,
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2020-2021 School Year:
The Illinois State Board of Education released "Part 3 -Starting the 2020-2021 School Year" on June 23rd, 2020. Hopefully, if all goes well, we can start the year with in-person learning in cooperation with the Illinois State Board of Education and the Illinois Public Health Department! To see the full 60-page document, go to:
We will post updates and guidance from ISBE as we receive it. You may also go to www.isbe.net/coronavirus and see updates from ISBE.
If you have questions, please call the school.
2019-2020 Oakdale Grade School 8th Grade Graduation!!!
Oakdale Grade School has created the "Viking Council". This is like a student council that any student in grade 5-8 may join. The focus of the Viking Council is to make Oakdale Grade School a better place to learn, make friends, and have fun! Viking Council meets once a week to decide what activities will be planned. Members of Viking Council will help younger kids know about the negative effects of bullying, by putting on skits or reading books to them. Other ideas include a tutoring program, school improvement, and helping out in the community. The 5th-8th grade students in Viking Council learn how to deal with bullies and what to do if someone is getting bullied. Oakdale Grade School was the recipient of a $500 grant offered by Tri-County Electric. This money will go towards Viking Council activities.
Viking Council invites everyone to wear bright colored clothes on Monday, March 18th in hope that Spring weather will be coming soon!!!
Oakdale CCSD 1
280 E. Main
Oakdale IL, 62268
Phone: (618) 329-5292
Fax: (618) 329-5545