9/16/19

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9/16/19

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Are you interested and passionate about art? Have you completed a level 2 art class? Is your overall GPA 3.5 or higher? Then you are eligible to apply to The National Art Honor Society. We are now accepting applications for the 2019 school year, and looking for eager and creative students ready to use their talents to inspire and benefit the school. You can pick up an application from Ms. Stockman in room B233. Completed applications are due on Friday Sept 27th. Any questions, see Ms. Stockman.

 

Oakdale High School’s National Honor Society will hold a Diaper Drive to support the University of Maryland Medical System’s Baltimore for Healthy Babies Campaign.  Their goal is to provide 500,000 diapers for newborns in the Baltimore area. Please donate new, packaged diapers at any home sporting event the week of 16-20 September.  In addition, donations can be brought to Dr. Schoder’s room, B-206, any time before 25 September. Gabby MacKay is making blankets for Project Linus. National Honor Society and SGA members who would like  to help her should check the appropriate Google Classroom.

 

It’s club sign-up time! Consider joining the Multi-cultural club. Share your culture and experiences. Plan and participate in club activities as well as school-wide cultural activities. It will be a time to remember!

 

If you’d like to join one of Oakdale’s largest clubs, please join the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, also known as FCA. In this club, we play games, get involved in service projects locally and globally and read from the Bible. You do not have to be an athlete to join and you don’t have to be a Christian to join! So if you’re interested in getting together to enjoy fellowship and good times, sign up for FCA!!

 

Would you like to earn service hours while helping others? See Ms. Brown to sign up to be a Spanish tutor during SET or after school. It’s a great way to brush up on your skills from other levels of Spanish or maintain your fluency.

 

Attention all Juniors: We need members of the class of 2021 to sign up for Junior Class Club. As members, you have the opportunity to run for class office, represent the class by designing the case outside the cafeteria for homecoming week and participate in pep rally events. Most importantly, juniors plan prom! This includes choosing the theme, decorations, food, music and more! If this sounds interesting consider signing up for Junior Class Club and if you have any questions please see Mrs. Malagari, Ms. Ehrlich or Ms. Carman for more information!

 

Come join the Polar Bear Plunge Club and get ready to brave the Bay and support Special Olympics Maryland.  We plunge in January and we start fundraising immediately. Come join us and prepare to plunge. If you have any questions, see Coach Rubin, Ms. O or Coach Stein.

 

The Boys Soccer team hosts Williamsport on Tuesday in the first conference match of the season. Come out and support the team, the JV match begins at 5:30 and the Varsity match begins at 7:00

 

Congratulations to the boys Cross Country team for coming in 2nd against 42 teams on Saturday at the Howard County Invite.  The destroyed all 2A schools and have once again proven that they are one of the strongest teams in the 2A field. Kyle Lund came in 2nd and Collin Dempsey was a close 6th.  The top 5 finished off with Josh Milliken, Spencer Buckwalter, and Charles Parrott. Congrats to Liam McGinnley for getting a spot on the varsity team. Big shout out to Justin Cherry, Aidan Demma, and Ryan Bridgeman for an awesome race this weekend.  The boys are heading off to one of the largest and competitive races of the year next weekend. Please wish them good luck!

 

Starting Monday, September 16th, students will receive the following consequences for any unexcused lates to school after 7:30AM: • 1st & 2nd Lates – Warning • 3rd & 4th Lates – Lunch detention on day of late • 5th Late & after – Lunch detention & meeting with Assistant Principal (additional consequences) Lunch detention will be in Room B144 (Health classroom) during all 1st, 2nd and 3rd lunches. Lunch detention for PM CTC students will be in the AP office, starting at 10:40am. Assistant Principals will assign other consequences to students who aren’t at OHS 4th block to serve lunch detention . Thank you for being in class on time and ready to learn.
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