Parental Resources


Below you will find links to regularly sought after materials and information. If you are unable to locate the information or forms you are looking for, please contact Steve Nielsen by e-mail at snielsen@oberlinschools.net or by phone at: 440-776-4699
For Student Records Request, Please Contact OHSRecords@OberlinSchools.net


Registration

Student Registration Form
Student Registration Form - Electronic Form
Oath of Residency Statement
Oath of Residency Statement - Electronic Form
Physician Assessment
Physician Assessment - Electronic Form


Class Supply Lists

OHS Supply List

Student Calendars

OHS Athletic Schedules

Student & Parent Handbooks

OHS Handbook


Immunization 

Meningitis Vaccine
Immunization Schedule
Immunization Exemption Request Form
Graduation 

Graduation Requirements 2014-2017
New Graduation Requirements FAQs
Graduation Requirements 2018 & Beyond
Medical

Physician Assessment Form
OHSSA Physical Form 2016-2017
Medical Emergency Authorization Form
16-17 Medical Emergency Authorization Form & Consent
ODH Concussion Information Sheet
ODH Asthma Inhaler Authorization
ODH Asthma Medication Authorization
ODH Epinephrine Autoinjector Authorization
ODH Diabetic Medication Authorization
ODH Medication Administration Record (MAR) 
 Open Enrollment

2017-2018 Open Enrollment Information
 



Oberlin City Schools – Anti-Bullying and Discrimination / Harassment Policy

The Oberlin City School district takes all accusations and reporting of any bullying occurrences very serious. We believe in maintaining a safe and secure environment for our educational community. The district will conduct an investigation of all reported bullying incidences. If you would like to report an incident, please utilize one or more of our Bullying Reporting methods: 

State Requirements:

Ohio law requires school policies to use the definition of bullying found in R.C. 3313.666, which defines "harassment, intimidation, or bullying" as:

Any intentional written, verbal, or physical act that a student has exhibited toward another particular student more than once and the behavior both: (a) causes mental or physical harm to the other student; (b) is sufficiently severe, persistent, or pervasive that it creates an intimidating, threatening, or abusive educational environment for the other student. 





Additional Resources



State Report Card



Federal, State & Local Notifications