Tuesday, April 17, 2012



Tuesday        Apr 17    O’Neill JH Track Invite – Noon

                JH/SH Music Concert – 7:30 pm

Wednesday        Apr 18    Musical Matinee @ 1 pm

Thursday        Apr 19    West Holt Track Invite – 2 pm

                O’Neill Golf Invite – 9 am

Friday             Apr 20    District Music @ Ainsworth

                ESU Elementary Art Festival

                Ticket Deadline for Athletic Banquet

                “Stand for the Silent” 7 – 9 grades – 3:10 pm

Saturday        Apr 21    Mid States Golf @ Norfolk

                Musical – 7 pm

                Neligh Elementary Honor Band

Sunday        Apr 22    Musical – 2 pm




Students working the JH track invite TODAY may eat during either lunch periodALSO Students who are working the track meet today need to turn in their pre destines asap.

All track athletes should meet with their event coaches at the track after school for practice.  
Applications for the Students4Souls shoe distribution trip to Costa Rica are available in Mr. Fernau's office for any student in grades 10 - 12 interested in applying.  Completed applications are due TODAY.

Junior High or High School students interested in taking Driver's Education this summer needs to register by May 1st.  After May 1st the class will be opened up to all students in the O'Neill area until it is full.  The class begins on May 29.  Let Mr. Fernau know ASAP if you would like to take Driver's Ed. this summer.

OPS will be hiring two students again this summer to help with painting and cleaning.  If you are interested see Mr. Brown.

The O'Neill High School Holocaust Literature class would like to invite the community to attend their presentation at the O'Neill Public Library at 6:30 Monday, April 23rd.  The students will present about their studies of The Holocaust, share about "The Remembrance Project", a hands on learning opportunity that culminated in a journey to the National Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C, and discuss how this learning can help support strong community relationships and citizenship in adolescents.  All are welcome, and thank you for your support for our students!  Please contact Katrina Gotschall at O'Neill High School if you have questions.  

There is a list of freshmen on the bulletin board who have not paid their class dues or worked a concession stand.  The dues are $5 if paid before the end of the year and $10 on the last day.  Check the list and let Mrs Fernau or Mrs Hostert know if you think you already paid or worked.

Athletes who wish to attend the Athletic Banquet scheduled for Friday April 27 should sign up in Mr. Hostert’s office.  Athletes who sign up can attend the banquet free as the Booster Club will pay for your meal if you sign up.  Curt Tomasevics, Olympic Gold Medalist and Nebraska native, will be the guest speaker for the evening.  Parents are invited to attend and tickets can be purchased at the High School office. Last day to sign up is April 20.

On Wednesday, there will be a Representative coming to talk about the Art Institutes.  These schools are located in most of the major cities across the USA. The following areas are offered by the institutes is design, media arts, fashion design, and culinary arts.  There are a lot of areas to choose; advertising, graphic design, industrial design, interior design, animation and special effects, audio video and film production, game design and programming, photography, web design and interactive media, fashion design and fashion management, and culinary arts and culinary management.    This will be in Mod 1.  Students outside of Art,  can pick their period that they would like to attend.  If anyone has a desire to work in any of the above fields, the Art Institutes are one of the top schools in the US.

The O’Neill High School chapter of the National Honor Society is accepting applications for induction into the organization at this year’s honors convocation. To become a member of National Honor Society, four requirements must be attained: scholarship, leadership, character, and service.  In addition, a student must have attained a minimum GPA of 3.0 and have been enrolled in OPS system for at least 3 semesters.  Application forms may be picked up from Mrs. Brown or Mrs. Kelly beginning on Tuesday, April 10th and are due back to Mrs. Brown or Mrs. Kelly no later than 1:00 p.m., on Wednesday, April 18, 2012.  Students selected for the organization will be announced at the year-end Honor’s Convocation scheduled for Tuesday night, May 8. 

Detention:  Apr 16 – Apr 20 / Dale Jackson

All coaches are invited to attend the athletic banquet on Friday April 27.  Please let Mr. Hostert know by April 20 if you and your spouse plan to attend.  The Booster club will pay for your meal if you sign up.    

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