OHS Bulletin September 9, 2022
Picture Make-Up and Retakes Dates!
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY!!!
Picture Make-Up day is Tues. Sept. 13th. This is for any student who has NOT had their picture taken already. THIS IS NOT THE RETAKE DAY!
Picture retake day will be Tues. Oct. 18th!
OFF CAMPUS NOTIFICATION
We have 2 upcoming College visits!
Wednesday September 21 at 10:30am in our choir room, University of Oregon will be visiting our campus
Thursday, September 29 at 11am in our choir room, Seattle Pacific University will be visiting our campus.
If you are interested in learning more about these colleges, please see Mrs. Nelson in the counseling center for a pass to attend the meets. All grades are welcome!
Blood Drive Coming Soon
Why? The main reason is in the event of an emergency, if we think you are here and then something happens and you are 'missing', we send a team out searching for you. You can imagine the panic that could cause. For that reason, please sign out with us!
When you are tardy it disrupts the class who have begun their lesson already and you can miss instructions as well. Also, teachers take attendance right away so we can make sure all of you are here and where you belong as that is our responsibility. Arriving late makes a few people have to work in reverse for you and it is disruptive. If you have an excused tardy then we are very accommodating. When you wander in late with no reason, those are unnecessary. Warning bell rings at 7:38 and you must be IN CLASS at 7:45.
- Ticket #1 $10
- Ticket #2 $20
- Ticket #3+ each $30
Fees and Accounts
Register for Sports
Apply for Free/Reduced Lunch (due Sept 30, 2022)
Lunch money accounts
Overdue OHS fines/Parking Tickets: Pay Mrs. Sluka in the office
Parking Pass (first one is Free, additional $2): see Mrs Lovey Fisher in the office
OHS Dress Code
OHS Football plays at Lumen Field Sept 17!
New information for the OHS Football game at Lumen Field 9/17! We apologize for the ticketing changes on this event. This is not an OHS-run event so we are getting communications from program organizers.
We sent the ticket link they asked us to share and a day later we were told they will add student pricing. So, now there is a student price available at the same link - https://www.ticketmaster.com/centurylink.../venue/123449.
Tickets are available online or at the door.
Saturday 9/17 at 9:30am Lumen Field against Steilacoom! We are the AWAY team.
New Information about attending home games
OHS Athletics start this week!!We're excited to have the community come and support our student athletes. Up to date schedules for all our programs can be found at https://ortingcardinals.com/
Please note, all elementary and middle school students who plan to attend school-sponsored events, such as football games, soccer matches, volleyball games, etc., must be accompanied by an adult. If they attempt to gain admittance without a parent or guardian, they will be turned away.
Fall Sports Game Schedule September 2-10
Girls Soccer AWAY @ Clover Park 5:00JV/7:00pmV
Volleyball HOME vs Foss 5:45JV/7:15pmV (No C team game) - Home Opener
Football (Varsity) HOME vs Eatonville 7:00pm
Boys and Girls Cross Country- Tahoma Relays @ Lake Wilderness State Park 9:15am
Volleyball AWAY @ Auburn Mt. View Tournament all day
JV Football AWAY @ Eatonville 5pm
Volleyball HOME vs Washington HS C/JV 5:45pm, V 7:15pm
Boys/Girls Golf HOME vs Enumclaw HS 3:30pm
Girls Soccer AWAY @ Foss HS Varsity only 6pm
Cross Country HOME 3:30pm - Senior Night (only Home meet)
Boys/Girls Golf AWAY Meadow Park (Foss HS) 3:30pm
Volleyball AWAY @ Steilacoom HS C/JV 5:45pm, V 7:15pm
Boys/Girls Golf AWAY team @ High Cedars vs Bonney lake HS 3:30pm
Girls Soccer HOME vs Washington HS Varsity only 7pm
Volleyball Home vs Fife HS C/JV 5:45pm, V 7:15pm
Cross Country Invite 10am Fort Steilacoom
Varsity Football AWAY team vs Steilacoom HS at LUMEN FIELD 9:30am Tickets at Ticketmaster -> https://www.ticketmaster.com/centurylink-field-tickets-seattle/venue/123449
Dates and times will be listed below as we confirm them. Pay attention to announcements at period 4 for any start dates.
Sports Med - R. Romo - Port 6
Anime - A.Burns - Port E
LGBTQ+ - J. Kemmerer - WW2 - 1st & 3rd Thursdays of each month
Stem - D. Thompson - STEM Lab - Wednesdays after school
FBLA - R. Polly - Cards Nest - TBD
Art - J. Coleman - Room 100
Tabletop Gaming - B. Petersen - Port 1 Wednesdays after school - start 9/14
Drama - J. Babcock - in the PAC Tuesdays after school (daily for play rehearsals)
NHS - E. Martin - Port A
Knowledge Bowl - J. McNinch - Port 5
E-Sports - D. Buroker - Band Room
Culture - M. Portillo - Port 3
Weightlifting - M. Portillo - Weight Room
Band - D. Buroker - Band Room
Jesus - M. Gum - Port AA
FFA - M. Gum - Port AA
ASB - S. Ahmann - Room 101
Volleyball - G. Frey - OHS Gym
Film - T. Mayfield - Room 207
Interested in the Military?
Service Academy Information Day - September 17
Washington Student Achievment Council - Start here!
Plan Your Future on These Trusted WSAC Websites
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- Explore Wa Community & Technical Colleges - all 34 of them.
- Career Connect Washington. Type an interest and search for schools and programs by a particular zip code.
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