Alternative Programs

‚ÄčThe Oshkosh Area School District strives to ensure that all students are college, career, and community ready upon graduation. While most OASD students achieve this standard through a traditional K-12 track, some students require an alternative pathway. 

Alternative Education Programs

The Oshkosh Area School District has established a number of alternative education program options designed to meet the unique educational needs of students who have struggled to find success in a traditional school setting. Please click on the links below to learn more about our district wide programs. Some schools may also have program options that are unique to their building site. If you have questions related to any of the district’s alternative education programs, please contact Matt Kaemmerer, Director of Student Services. 

Supportive Service Options

Every school in the Oshkosh Area School District uses a Response to Instruction (RTI) model to address the unique educational needs of each student. The district’s RTI model incorporates a multi-level system of support that includes a variety of strategies, modifications, accommodations, interventions and programs that are available to all students at all levels.

Students who are identified as being in need of additional support are referred to the school’s CARE Team. The CARE Team is made up of school administrators, student service staff, and other school staff members who have a legitimate educational interest in the student. The CARE Team utilizes a problem solving process to develop educational plans for students structured around their individual area(s) of need.

For more information on the district’s RTI model or CARE Team process, please contact Matthew Kaemmerer, Director of Pupil Services, at 920.424.0113.