Attention Seniors! The Senior Survey is now available for all seniors to complete on Naviance. The survey collects information from every senior, not just college-bound seniors and all seniors are required to complete it. Log in to Naviance and find the survey under “Important To-Dos and Tasks” or “What’s New” on the home page. Students will click on “Senior Survey 2019” then click “take this survey.” Please take the time to read each question, enter answers accurately and have the total amount of scholarship money earned (from the college the student is attending and private and local scholarships). If students don’t finish it all at one time, they may update it later. Completing this survey ensures that final senior transcripts are sent electronically to the college that the student is attending. Please see Ms. Ketteringham in the Counseling office with any questions.

Junior Day announcement

Dance Team tryouts for next year’s team will be held May 20th – May 22nd.  All students interested in trying out must obtain a tryout packet from Ms. Watson in A203.  This packet is due on May 20th during the first day of tryouts. See Ms. Watson with any questions.

Attention Math National Honor Society Seniors, please check Google Classroom for an important message about tutoring hours and see Ms. Watson in A203 with any questions you may have!

Pre-ordered Yearbooks will be distributed on Monday, May 13th during Block 4 Lunch shifts in B244. Any pre-ordered book not picked up on the 13th will be only available for pick up on Tuesday, May 14th and Wednesday, May 15th before school starting at 7:10 until 7:25 in B244 or after school from 2:15 until 2:30 pm. All students who pre-ordered yearbooks will receive a ticket with their order information. They will need this ticket to pick up their yearbook. Tickets will be distributed in SET.

Extra yearbooks will be sold during all lunch shifts for $90.00 (cash or check) on Thursday, May 16th. Extra books will be available on a first come, first serve basis and not reserved.

Questions, please email Ms. Pyles at [email protected].

This week’s student of the week is Hannah Lindemann.  Hannah was nominated by Ms. Mulcahy because Hannah was a huge help during the 3K for kindness from start to finish on the day of the event. She was positive and always willing to jump in to help even in the cold weather. Hannah also has been working to improve her attendance at school and get caught up on missing school work. She is open and honest and listens to feedback. Keep going Hannah! We are proud of you!  As this week’s Student of the Week, Hannah will receive one free admission ticket to an Oakdale High School Event. Way to go Hannah!

Attention all students age 16 or older.  The Rho Kappa Social Studies Honor Society is holding a voter registration drive during all lunch shifts next Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday (May 13-15).

Interested students may pick up an application during lunch, complete it at school or home, and return it to the lunch volunteers or Ms. Ehrlich in B205.

Please note, you will not be able to vote in an election until you are 18 years old.  You must be a U.S. citizen and legal resident of Maryland to register.

Attention all Seniors. It’s time to vote for your 2019 Prom King and Queen! Congratulations to our following nominees; Shawn Gibbons, Mario Goings, Jacob Ramsburg, Simeon Nelson, Shelby Platner, Sarah Rubin, Sabrina Wooster and Ally Godsey!

Seniors will be provided a pink voting ballot by your SET teacher starting today through Thursday. Please choose one King and one Queen from the nominated court and return the paper to your SET teacher when done. Winners will be announced at Prom this Friday, May 10th!

Seniors: All meritorious service hours forms need to be turned into Mrs. Sutherin by Friday, May 10 to be included in hours earned for the 75 hour meritorious certificate.

All students need to remember to turn in forms within 2 weeks of completing service.  Forms can be found on the OHS home page under Meritorious Service Hours.