Eagles, we hope you are having an amazing summer enjoying your time away from school! It’s hard to believe that in less than a month, we will be back at the daily grind! More detailed information will be sent home, however, in the meantime, here is some information about the upcoming Freshmen Orientation and Upperclassmen Gear Days on:
Monday, July 15th – Report to the MPR/Pavilion area
- 9th graders – 7:30am-1:30pm (This includes the Link Crew Orientation Program that starts promptly at 9am. Parents are dismissed at 9am and can return at 1:30pm to pick up their child)
- 10th graders – 9:00am-12:00pm
Tuesday, July 16th – Report to the MPR/Pavilion area
- 11th graders – 7:30am-10:30pm
- 12th graders – 10:30am-12:30pm
At Gear Days, you will be able to do the following:
*Participate in the Link Crew Orientation Program (9th graders only)
*Take your School ID picture (this is the picture that will be in the yearbook)
*Buy Olympian Gear
*Get cleared for Fall Sports (8am-12pm only)
*Get your Class Schedule
Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to get all of these things done before school starts!! If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Scott, AP of Student Activities at email@example.com. We hope to see you there!
To access the Class of 2019 Graduation professional photos, go to –>
events.lifetouch.com/findphoto.aspx and follow these instructions –>
Graduation Photos Instructions 2019.pdf
All students should have been photographed in the following three poses:
1. Prior to going up on stage with their diploma cover
2. On stage accepting the diploma cover from a staff member
3. Coming down the stairs from the stage/walking back to their seat
In addition, there were a number of candid photos taken throughout the ceremony, so be sure to browse through for other photos!
For more information on summer hours, book checkout and fine payments, please click this link —> 2019 OHS Summer Textbook Room Hours
Congratulations to the following four senior students who published a children’s book, “I Love to Respect You” about anti-bullying, Luis Castro, Jean Christie Go, Caleb Quezada and Emily Jane Ziegler. They were featured on KUSI news last month to talk about their Common Senior Experience project.
This is Caleb & Co’s final CSE video about their project.
Olympian is so proud of you!
Do you need to request a change to your 2019-2020 courses?
Students must request changes by Google Form no later than
Friday, May 31st, 2019.
All requests are subject to space availability and meeting placement guidelines.
Click on THIS LINK to make changes to your course selection.
The time is upon us once again to begin the selection process for the Student School Board Representative for the 2019-20 school year. Student candidates need to be JUNIORS in the 2019-20 school year. Interested applicants may obtain an application from your ASB office starting May 13, 2019 or click on this link –> Student School Board Representative Application to download the application. Please complete the application, and return it to the ASB office along with a one page statement by May 24, 2019. Application for this important position is open to all high school students who will be juniors during the 2019-20 school year…you do not need to be in ASB to apply. Interested students will submit a single page typed essay to why they would like to be the Student School Board Representative, they also need to be prepared to support their essay in a 10-minute interview conducted by ASB Presidents from all schools in our district. The selected student and the alternate will be presented to the school board during the regular June meeting of the Board of Trustees. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Scott in the ASB.