Prom and Grad nite ticket sales start on Wednesday, April 3, 2019. In order to purchase Prom or Grad nite tickets, all debts must be cleared. Per Mr. Luoma– your attendance and tardies must meet the attendance eligibility (90% overall attendance and fewer than 10 tardies this quarter) and you must have a GPA of 2.0 or higher . If you have any questions regarding your attendance, or tardies, please see Mr. Luoma or the Attendance Advisor. If you need to know if you owe for a library or textbook, please see Mr. Banuelos in the Library or Textbook room.
April 10th is MAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY. If you’re looking for volunteer opportunities there will be many organizations providing information. Join us in the quad and find an organization that can help you make a difference.
Ready to ignite your love of reading and writing? Go beyond traditional, academic writing and dive deep into your creative space and cultivate your voice by joining the summer school course “Creative Writing: Introduction to Storytelling.” This course runs from July 1 through July 26, Monday through Thursday from 1:30-3:30 pm. Sign up today! Spots are limited. For more information see Mrs. Brickey or speak to your counselor.
OHS is celebrating its first Cultural Week: Today we will be celebrating Filipino and Asian Cultures with snacks, music and more, Thursday will be Latino Cultures with folklorico dancing, mariachi performing and more and Friday a live-performance with Indigenous dancers.
California Community Foundation Scholarship applications are available at the front office and are due back to Ms. Rodriguez by April 15th, 2019? For more information regarding this scholarship, speak with Ms. Rodriguez.
CSF is hosting a trip to see Les Miserables at the Pantages May 29th. Pre-orders are on sale now for $70. After March 28th, ticket prices will increase to $75. See Mr. Mostowa in K135 for more details.
College and career center:
Cheer tryouts: April 1-5 from 4 to 6 PM