WELCOME TO THE OEC PTSA
Welcome to the OEC PTSA website.
The Oakland Early College Parent Teacher Student Association works with members of our school community to support our students and teachers.
We offer group activities several times each school year, organize fundraisers, help fund several student activities, and help teachers with supplies needed for their classrooms.
We invite all students, staff, and OEC family members to join us at our monthly Board Meetings. We would love to hear your concerns and ideas, and we are always looking for parents and caregivers to get involved with our PTSA. There are several Committees seeking volunteers.
Click on the underlined links for more information about a specific event.
Parent - Teacher Conferences
Join us in helping support the teachers and staff during conferences. For more information and SignUpGenius, see the email announcement.
Pizza With A Purpose - Dine-To-Donate All Day
Join us any time Friday, November 15, 2019 for our Dine-to-Donate fundraiser at California Pizza Kitchen, 31005 Orchard Lake Road. Bring the flyer, present it to your server and they will donate 20% of your check to the OEC PTSA.
Join us on the 3rd Thursday of each month for our monthly PTSA Member Meetings
in H Building beginning at 6:30 pm (Note: Due to a scheduling conflict, the December 2019 meeting has been rescheduled to the second Thursday, December 12, 2019.)
Talks and Presentations for Parents and Students
Join us each month for parent talks. Here is the schedule for 2019-2020 school year.
You don’t need to be a PTSA member to attend! All OEC parents and students are welcome!
Date: November 21, 2019 6:30pm to 7:30pm (RESCHEDULED)
NOTE: Because of conference rescheduling, the talk originally scheduled for November 21st has been rescheduled for December 12th.
Date: December 12, 2019, 6:30pm to 7:30pm in Building H
Topic: OEC and OCC Counseling
Description: Carly Bellairs, OEC Counselor, and Rhonda
Brown, OCC Counselor, will talk about the relationship
between OEC and OCC, particularly with the counseling
department. Rhonda will talk about all the different ways
students can use the credits that they are earning while
they are at OEC. She will discuss the different associate's
degrees, certifications that students can earn, as well as
how credits transfer to different four-year schools and
some specific agreements between OCC and other 4 year
schools to allow students to transfer even more college
credits. specific agreements between OCC and other 4
year schools to allow students to transfer even more
college credits. Sign Up on SignUpGenius (email and
Remind coming soon). This talk is for parents and students.
See the SignUpGenius if you would like to volunteer to bring snacks. Click the image to download the flyer. Registration encouraged -- Walk-Ins welcome.
Date: January 16, 2020 6:30pm in Building H (canceled)
Date: February 20, 2020 6:30pm in Building H
Topic: GWB Community Coalition Discussion
Description: Greater West Bloomfield Community Coalition,
Ms. Lisa Berkey and Ms. Lisa Kaplan will present on stress
and substance use, cautions in regards to senior trips and
graduation parties, and other timely topics related to older
high school students. Download the flyer.
6:00pm Gathering and Networking
7:15pm PTSA General Meeting
(PTSA Board Planning Meeting follows at 7:30pm)
OEC 2019-20 School Calendar - Click here
This calendar may not be the most up-to-date calendar. Please call the school office to confirm any changes.
Lori Nelson, President
Jennifer Newman, Head of School
Get the latest news and reminders by joining the PTSA Remind app! Just like some teachers use for there classes. Download the Remind app on your smart phone and join the "class" @oecpt. Or, you can join without the Remind app and received text by texting the message oecpt to 81010.
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