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Purchase your Yearbook!

2020 Oakdale Junior High Yearbook Ad Information & Order Form


The Yearbook staff is now accepting orders for personal ads in the 2020 yearbook. It is time to choose photos and start working on your message of congratulations, pride and love. All photos will be printed in color unless a black and white image is submitted.


Sharing your pride is easy: (2 options)

1. Select the size of the ad that you wish to purchase (see below)

2. Select the photo you want to use and compose the message to fit the ad space.

3. Please print name and return address on the back of all hard copy photos. Digital photos may be submitted on CD but must be at least 300 dpi, saved as JPGs or Tiffs and labeled with student name.

4. Do not send photos that cannot be replaced. Loss of photos by the publisher is unlikely but not impossible.

5. Complete this form and deliver to school with non-refundable payment and photo to: Mrs. Jimenez by Friday, March 13th, 2020

OR - OR Create and submit ad online

6. C 1. Go to 2. Enter Job # 6476 Ad is   3. Create and pay for ad. It is not finished until added to cart and checkout is c complete.



Call tech support for help at 1-877-362-7750.

PTC Board for 2019-2020

Oakdale Junior High School PTC:

  • President- Sarah Nelson
  • Vice President- Julie Wheeler
  • Treasurer- Ann Lepley
  • Secretary- Sarah Dudley


PTC Email:


Oakdale After School Instruction and Sports (OASIS) OASIS is a program after school to help students homework. Many teachers have opened there doors helping student with science, math, history, English, or any other class they need help with. The first hour is strictly for homework. They are provided with a ten minute break with snacks. Right after snack, they head back into a class room to start the enrichment programs. Learn More


Counseling Services The goal of the Oakdale Junior High School Counseling Program is to offer students support and opportunities to learn life skills so that they can function productively as contributing members of our society. Learn More


Students Speaking Out!!!! The Students Speaking Out Program empowers students to play a part in keeping their own schools and communities safe. It encourages students to tell someone when they know about dangerous and illegal activities at school and provides a way to do this without fear of reprisal or retaliation. The program allows students and others to anonymously report crime or the threat of a crime to the Crime Stoppers Tip Line. The report can be submitted by phone, by text, email or online report. The caller can also have direct communication back and forth with the Student Speaking Out tip line using the same tools. Learn More

PTC News

  • PTC Meetings on 3rd Wednesday of every month, at 2:45, in OJHS library

ELAC Meeting

Please click on School Site Council Tab for date and time of next ELAC (English Learner Advisory Committee) Meeting.

Pupil Services

Active Military or Veterans


We are gearing up for another amazing season for Operation Homefront's annual Back-to-School Brigade™, our nationwide school supply collection campaign. Last year, we distributed more than 25,000 backpacks filled with school supplies to military kids across the country. Dollar Tree joins us again as our presenting sponsor for the eighth year by setting out collection barrels July 5 through August 11 at over 5,000 Dollar Tree and Deals stores.

Operation Homefront

Click the link on the homepage to find out more!