The National Art Honor Society will be selling hand made student artwork on all lunch shifts this Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Proceeds of the sale will be donated to the Frederick Animal Rescue Shelter. We will have handmade wire rings, earrings and necklaces; photo note cards; ceramic bowls; and custom wood block photos to order. Items range from $5 – $10. Stop by our table and help support the homeless pets.


Attention all FALL semester AP Psychology students.  Please return your textbook to Ms. Ehrlich by Friday at noon. At that time, obligations will be written for any student who has not returned their book.  Make sure to hand it off to Ms. Ehrlich, so she knows it has been returned.


This week’s student of the week are Ms. Ehrlich’s World Religions class.  They were nominated by Ms. Ehrlich because the students in World Religions have showed a genuine interest in the subject matter. They ask probing questions, research information outside of class, and make thoughtful comparisons regarding the different belief systems discussed. On field trips, they act with maturity and are great ambassadors for OHS. They listen to speakers and engaged by participating in discussions. They are also genuinely kind to one another and go out of their way to make sure every person is comfortable, included, and respected. They are exemplars of what an OHS student should be!