Students riding school buses are expected to observe established rules and follow the Code of Conduct to ensure safety. Persistent misbehavior or violation of bus safety procedures will result in loss of bus privileges.
Bus stops and pick-up times for students will be sent by the Transportation Department. If you would like to obtain a bus pass for your son/daughter, parents from both families must call and contact Transportation at (248) 684-8200. Please call at least 24 hours in advance.

Oak Valley Middle School office hours are 7:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. There is voice-mail for recording absences for your child. After hours the voice mail is on between 4:00 p.m. and 8:30 a.m. to record your messages on 248-684-8104. Please call the school when your student will be late or absent by 9:00 a.m.
When calling, please leave the following information:
1. Student’s First and Last Name
2. Date of Absence
3. Grade
4. Reason for Absence
It is necessary for ALL STUDENTS TO REPORT TO THE COUNSELING OFFICE when coming to school late or leaving. Parents, please sign your child in and out of school. If a student is not signed in and does not receive a pass back to class, his/her name remains on the absence list and parents will be contacted. (A written note by the doctor or dentist is helpful in the case of excessive absences)

All medication that is to be administered in the office must be in the original container with a written prescription. A prescription from the doctor/dentist is also required for over the counter medication such as Tylenol, Advil, etc. The parent is required to fill out a Medication Form for office records. The students are responsible for coming to the office at the appropriate times to take their medication.

Emergency forms will be sent home the first day of school; we are asking that parent/guardian(s) write-in emergency contact information, verify the information provided, write-in any changes, sign and return the form as soon as possible.

Oak Valley now serves breakfast every morning from 8:08-8:18 a.m. Free and
reduced prices for breakfast and lunches are available for families who apply and
meet the income guidelines. Free and reduced lunch forms must be completed each
school year. Lunch accounts can be paid through Family Access or cash or check at
any cafeteria register. The Food Service Department policy states that a student
may go in the negative up to one lunch. If the account is more than one lunch in
the negative, an alternative lunch of cheese sandwich, juice and milk will be provided
to the student.

LUNCH $2.50 - 2.75 - $3.00
MILK $0.50