Thursday, January 13, 2011


Thursday Jan 13 7/8 Boys BB @ Ainsworth – 6 pm
JV/V WR Dual @ Boone Central – 6:30 pm

Friday Jan 14 Frolics Dance – 9 pm to Midnight

Saturday Jan 15 JV/V G/B BB (H) w/Creighton – 3:30 pm – JV Boys @ El Gym
WR Invite @ West Holt – 9:30 am
Pierce Speech Invite – 8 am
Junior Class Soup Supper



Any student interested in talking with Senator Nelson about the DREAM Act or any other piece of legislation you are interested in should plan to get a pass to the lecture hall at 9:30 am TODAY.  Students without a pass will not be admitted. All interested Juniors can meet with Senator Nelson at 10 am in the lecture hall, 10:30 all interested students will meet in the gym for the Apple Presentation.

Juniors and Staff: ASVAB testing for the Junior class will be on Wednesday, January 19.   Juniors will be dismissed from their 1st period classes around 8:15 a.m. and the test will run through 4th period.

These people need to come to Mod 4 and get their wrestling stuff.  If it is not picked up by Tuesday, it will be sold to others.  Shaylee Kohl, James Walton, Shaleena Pease, Paige Stevens, Randy Baker, Emily Keyes, Allison Depko, and Shelby Sanford.  Zack Storajohn needs to get his t-shirt that is already paid.

Driver’s Ed classes will be held beginning February 23rd.  Registration Forms and additional information are available at the Guidance Office.

Frolics is Friday night from 9 pm to 12 pm for grades 9 – 12. This is a semi-formal dance – no denim. Please tell your dates. Also sign up out of school dates at the office by Friday at 3:30. Doors to the dance will close at 9:30. Coronation will be at 10 pm. Admission is $5 per person. Coronation for Frolics will be at 10 pm. A breathalizer will be used at the dance.

Ms. Myers still has a large bag of items cleaned out of the lockers before Christmas.  If you are missing anything please come claim it.  Otherwise they will go to Good Will.

The American Legion will be selecting junior class representatives from our school for Boys and Girls State. This is a great opportunity for someone who would be committed to a week this summer for educational purposes relating to the duties, privileges, rights and responsibilities of American citizenship and government. It can be a fun and rewarding week. If you are in the junior class (boy or girl) and are interested, please see Mr. Brosz sometime within the next few weeks. He’ll have some information for you to look over that may be helpful. Also, students who participated last year (Heidi Hostert, Morgan Devall, Kevin Zakrzewski, and Nate Wabs) are sources of information. Also: Please see Mr. Brosz if any Junior Student is interested in the Junior Law Cadet Program. Another great program sponsored by the Legion.

OHS Students and Staff: Have you completed the survey for the future of 24/7 Learning yet?  Be sure to click on the link in the announcements section on Angel and share your honest feedback by Friday.  Also, if anyone is willing to give a short video testimonial on the topic, please stop by the Library where a Photo Booth recording station has been set up.  Click record, share a reason or two why the laptops should be continued, and that's it!  Your support is critical is the future planning of this initiative at OHS.  Thank you.


Reminder to certified staff: Letters of Intent are due to Kathy Marvin at Central Office by Friday January 14, 2011.  Thanks

Concessions: Jan 15 – Saturday – JV/V G/B BB w/Creighton – 3 pm FCCLA

Work Schedule: Jan 15 – Saturday – JV/V G/B BB w/Creighton – 2:45 pm. Tickets – Deb Barelmann & Sheila Dea; Supervision – Laurie O’Neill. Elementary workers – Tickets – Jill Langan; Supervision – Brenda Schmeichel.

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