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Oasis Academy Working to Fill the Need for Gowns at the Hospital

By Editor | April 2, 2020 |

Staff Report — Oasis Academy, in conjunction with Friends of Oasis Academy, is working to put together kits and supplies to make PPE equipment for healthcare workers and hospital staff; specifically, face masks and hospital gowns. Hospital employees and health care providers have indicated to us that there is a huge need for these items.…

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Oasis Academy Plan for Instruction

By The Publisher | March 17, 2020 |

  Statement from the leadership at Oasis Academy for their student and parent population — Obviously we are dealing with a very uncertain and fluid situation.  It seems every 10 minutes we are having to reconsider our plans.  As of right now this is our plan going forward.  This is subject to change and we…

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They’re Philanthropic Entrepreneurs

By The Publisher | September 24, 2019 |

by Rachel Dahl Two local girls have taken to the business world in an effort to raise money to help victims of cancer. Lakota Casey and her friend Hazel Mackedon are fifth graders who for the past three years have run a lemonade/hot chocolate stand in their neighborhood, depending on the time of year. “We…

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Casey Named to State Commission on School Funding

By The Publisher | September 6, 2019 |

Nevada’s Legislative leaders confirmed their appointments this week to the 11-member Commission on School Funding that will oversee the development of Nevada’s new school funding formula. Fallon’s Dusty Casey was named by Assemblywoman Robin Titus. Casey said, “I am honored and excited to represent rural communities and charter schools on such an important project for…

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Sports Schedules – Week of Sept 3rd

By The Publisher | September 4, 2019 |

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Students head back to school today

By Editor | August 19, 2019 |

Last week teachers and school staff across the community readied for students who will start back to classes today. From new teacher training and orientation to parent nights and decorating classrooms, an army of educators prepared for the 2019-20 school year and the Class of 2020. Remember to keep an eye out for busses, bicycles,…

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Welcome Back to Oasis students and families

By Editor | August 12, 2019 |

Oasis Academy is thrilled to start the 2019-20 school year.  We are starting the year off on a high note, as our preliminary student performance data for last spring looks FANTASTIC!  Our students made so much growth, and we are confident that trend will continue. This year we are excited to be offering a variety…

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Wolf Pack Lacrosse gets Two Oasis Academy Bighorns

By Editor | June 17, 2019 |

submitted courtesy of Oasis Academy — Today, the University of Nevada Men’s Lacrosse team announced their player commitments for the 2020 season, and two Bighorns were on the list.  Oasis Attackmen Josh Carter and Trey Rooks will be playing for UNR next season. Both players are among the original set of players who founded lacrosse…

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Two Oasis Players Receive All-League Awards in Lacrosse

By Editor | June 11, 2019 |

Two Oasis Bighorns boys lacrosse players were named to All-League Teams in the High Sierra Lacrosse League today.  Midfielder Conor Keitz and Attackman Josh Carter were both named to the All-League Second Team for 2019.  Both were also named to the All-League Academic Team for 2019.  Conor Keitz was awarded Academic All American this season…

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Fallon Grads Jump Start College Education

By Editor | May 30, 2019 |

                      Oasis Academy and Churchill County High School Students Jump Start College Education by Graduating from WNC — courtesy of WNC Public Relations Western Nevada College’s record-setting Jump Start graduation class included 34 students from the Fallon area. WNC’s Jump Start graduation class totaled 150 students,…

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