Oak Ridge High School

Wildcat iNews for the ORHS Wildcat Nation 10/28/19 #112

HALLOWEEN!

Halloween is THURSDAY! Please drive carefully! Encourage your teenagers to make wise choices and to drive SLOWLY around town!

IN SCHOOL ACT IS TUESDAY!

PARENTS OF SENIORS - We are excited about the opportunity on Tuesday for our Seniors to improve their scores on the TN funded ACT. Students who have not reached a score of 30 or higher, will retake the exam in order to reach their highest composite potential. Seniors who fail to report for the ACT on Tuesday will receive an UNEXCUSED absence. Most seniors who have score higher than a 30 have prearranged for an alternative post-secondary plan for the day.


Senior Re-Take ACT IS Tuesday, October 29th. Seniors should follow the same guidelines as any ACT, except they will not have an admission ticket. Once the test is over, Seniors will be dismissed for the remainder of the day. Seniors should arrive at 7:30 AM!!! Students cannot enter the test location after the test has been distributed - BE ON TIME!


No Cell Phone

No internet watch or other device

Bring an approved calculator - we will not provide

No. 2 pencils

School ID or Driver's License

SENIOR PARENTS - DEADLINE IS FRIDAY! NOVEMBER 1ST

At ORHS, we encourage EVERY SENIOR to apply for TNPromise! Please ask your senior if this has been completed! Tomorrow can be uncertain - don't miss this opportunity.


First Deadline - November 1, 2019 - Apply


8 Hours of community service can commence on November 2nd!


https://www.tn.gov/tnpromise

AVID PARENTS!

We are headed to Maryville College on 10/31. Signed Field Trip forms are due 10/24. Please include $7 for you student to be able to participate in a low-ropes course/team-building experience with Mountain Challenge. Contact Kayla Gass, kmgass@ortn.edu, with questions or assistance with fees.

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ORPD to Close Road on Halloween

POSTED: OCTOBER 25, 2019

A temporary road closure is planned along part of Nebraska Avenue for Thursday, October 31, 2019, between the hours of 5 p.m. and 11 p.m.


A small portion of the 100-block of Nebraska Avenue, between Newridge Road and Newhaven Road, will be blocked to through traffic. Residents will still be able to get to and from their homes during this time.


The closure is necessary to create a safer environment for drivers and pedestrians expected to visit the annual “Halloween House” residential attraction.


“Traffic flow and safety on Halloween night is always a serious concern for the department and our patrol officers,” ORPD Lt. Matthew Tedford explained. “With the amount of foot traffic in the neighborhood and the lack of on-street parking, we’ve continued to work closely with the family organizing the Halloween House to find a solution.”


The police department requests patience and understanding as we work to ensure the safety of our citizens. Anyone with questions about the temporary road closure should contact the Oak Ridge Police Department at (865) 425-3504.

GOVERNOR'S SCHOOL APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN!

Applications are now open for current sophomores and juniors interested in Governor’s School for 2020. Interested students have been given the information they need to apply and specific dates for teacher recommendation and application deadlines. Below are the dates and information they were given for teacher recommendations:

Governor’s School for the Arts

· Friday, October 25 – All applicants should ask a teacher for a recommendation by this date

· Wednesday, November 20 – All teacher recommendation forms are due to Ms. Redman in the School Counseling office

All Other Governor’s Schools

· Friday, October 19 – All applicants should ask a teacher for a recommendation by this date

· Friday, November 16 – All teacher recommendation forms are due to Ms. Redman in the School Counseling office


Questions? Contact Paige Redman at hpredman@ortn.edu

SENIORS - NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY APPLICATIONS!!!

Those seniors who have a 3.6 cumulative GPA through the first quarter of this year and who are interested in joining the National Honor Society must pick up a Verification of Interest Form from Ms. Milloway in the school media center. Signed and completed forms are due back to Ms. Milloway by 3:15 on Friday, November 15th.

RECOMMENDATION LETTERS NEEDED BY COUNSELING STAFF

PARENTS - PLEASE HELP YOUR SENIORS

ADHERE TO THESE DEADLINES!!!

Please be aware of the dates attached in the PDF below! These dates reflect the three weeks’ notice REQUIRED by the ORHS counselors/teachers for College Admissions/Scholarship recommendation letters. Please keep to these deadlines as counselors/teachers are writing many recommendations for multiple students during these dates. We want to write the best recommendations for you that we can so we greatly appreciate this “lead time” to assure that we’ve provided the best letter possible for YOU and YOUR accomplishments these past four years.

DEADLINE FOR SPRING AP EXAMS IS FRIDAY!!!

Questions regarding AP Exams should be addressed to Mr. David Foust: djfoust@ortn.edu

This announcement was updated over Fall Break to provide more clarification!


Students taking an AP Exam this year must register via myAP. Their teacher can assist with this if they haven't done so. The registration window is now open and closes November 1. Students must either pay a deposit of $40 per exam or pay for all exams in full by November 1st. Only exams with a deposit or payment in full as of November 1st will be ordered. If students choose to pay by deposit, the balance will be due the week of April 20th. The exams cost $94/test. If your child is taking more than 3 exams, the 4th and subsequent exams will cost $40/test. If your student is a fee-waiver student the exams are $15/test. Students may drop off their payment in the main office before school, after school, or at lunch October 28th - November 1st.

Students who plan to take an AP Exam for a course in which they are not enrolled must see Mr. Foust during the registration window.

https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/ap-coordinators/important-changes

https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/courses/exam-dates-and-fees

MAJOR AUTHOR - NEXT DEADLINE IS DECEMBER 17TH!!!

Parents of Seniors in English 12 CP - December 17 is the next deadline. Notecards for the second novel are due that day.

COMING SOON: The AMC10 and AMC12 tests

SIGNUPS BEGIN AFTER FALL BREAK AND THE COST IS $2.00


Information Overview

What is the AMC 10/12?

The AMC 10 and AMC 12 are both 25-question, 75-minute, multiple choice examinations in high school mathematics designed to promote the development and enhancement of problem-solving skills.

The AMC 10 is for students in 10th grade and below, and covers the high school curriculum up to 10th grade. Students in grade 10 or below and under 17.5 years of age on the day of the contest can take the AMC 10. The AMC 12 covers the entire high school curriculum including trigonometry, advanced algebra, and advanced geometry, but excluding calculus. Students in grade 12 or below and under 19.5 years of age on the day of the contest can take the AMC 12.

These competitions are administered around the country on Thursday, January 30, 2020 and Wednesday, February 5, 2020. The AMC 10/12 provides an opportunity for high school students to develop positive attitudes towards analytical thinking and mathematics that can assist in future careers. The AMC 10/12 is the first in a series of competitions that eventually lead all the way to the International Mathematical Olympiad (see Invitational Competitions).

The AMC 10/12 is also available in French, Spanish, large print, and braille.

CLOSE THE HOMEWORK GAP! @1MILLIONPROJECT

Did you know students can receive a WiFi device for FREE with 10g of data? We have partnered with Sprint and the @1MillionProject to give devices to students! If you know a student or family who does not have Internet, please have them fill out the form below or contact Carrie Harvey or Stephanie Thompson to get a device! Follow @1MillionProject on Twitter to see how schools across America are closing the homework gap for learning!!


English Form:

https://forms.gle/86tbXeFu4aXFxRtVA


Spanish Form:

https://forms.gle/Y4zQoku8eNtYi5vF9

SUPPORT ASAP & RED RIBBON WEEK!

Head out to Freddy's tonight and support ASAP of Anderson County. ASAP educates and promotes safe & healthy student living by education teenagers on the dangers of drinking, drugs, and unhealthy choices. Mention ASAP at FREDDY's MONDAY NIGHT, and 15% of your total bill will support this important effort.
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TEENAGE JOB FAIR - NOVEMBER 6TH!

PUT THIS ON YOUR CALENDAR! Does your teen need a job? The Parks & Rec Department is sponsoring a Job Fair for teenagers again this fall! Below is a letter to download to give you all of the important information!
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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR SPECIAL OLYMPIAN ATHLETES!

On Tuesday, October 22nd, our CDC Students/Special Olympics Athletes, along with our Unified Partners and volunteers from Interact, participated in the Area 5 Special Olympics Bowling Tournament which was held @ The Main Event in Knoxville! All of our athletes that participated in the event came home sporting Gold, Silver & Bronze medals. They had a fabulous time and represented Oak Ridge High School proudly! Help us congratulate them as you see them!
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SENIOR YEARBOOK ADS - DUE TODAY! TIME IS UP!

Parents, would you like your senior to have an ad in the back of the yearbook? Would you like to commemorate thirteen years of school through a memento that will last forever? Senior Salutations are due to Ms. Byrd by Monday, October 28, or you can order them and design them yourself online at balfour.com. Pick up a form outside CS328, Ms. Byrd’s room. Contact Ms. Byrd if you need help! rbyrd@ortn.edu

OUR TEACHERS HAVE A TUTORING SCHEDULE!

Often you will ask your teen, "When can you get help from your teacher?" Their response may go like this..."I have no idea," or "I don't think they do." Well, here is a document JUST FOR YOU! Check out the PDF document below that has the staff tutoring schedule. Keep in mind, it is the student's responsibility to ask or email if they need to come early or stay late!

NHS TUTORING HAS BEGIN!

NHS Tutoring—The National Honor Society holds tutoring sessions every week. No matter if you need math help or assistance writing an essay, NHS students are here to help! Come get tutoring relief for assignments on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:15-3:45.

ANNUAL TURKEY TROT - NOVEMBER 12!


The Annual Turkey Trot is officially 4 weeks away! This years race will be November 12th from 4-6p at Robertsville Middle School cross country track. Last year we had an incredible turn out of 218 kiddos that participated. We are hoping for even more students to run but we need your help!

If you are available from 3:15-6p and would like to come help out we would love to have you. Please sign up through the link: Turkey Trot Volunteer Sign Up.

If you have any questions please contact Coordinated School Health Coordinator Shayla Sanderson at smsanderson@ortn.edu.

FINANCIAL IMPACT OF IMPROVED SCORES ON ACT!!!!!

We encourage all families to review the positive financial information improving your student's ACT score can have on YOUR pocketbook!!! Thank you to Mr. Etheridge who compiled this information!

DOWNLOAD ACT TEST REGISTRATION & TEST DATES!

CHORAL BOOSTER MEETING!

Choral Boosters Meeting

Thursday, Oct. 31st at 5:30pm

We will make this short and sweet due to Halloween.

Items to be discussed: Candy fundraiser, Cookbooks, and upcoming concerts and events.

CANDY SALE!!!

The Chorus Candy Sale has begun! Items are $1.00 a piece and can be purchased from any chorus member!

SUPERIORS FOR THE WILDBAND!

Congratulations to the ORHS Band Competitive Marching Ensemble as they hit a Grand Slam at the Volunteer Classic Marching Festival at Heritage High School on Saturday, October 19th. With their show “Batter Up!”, a tribute to the great sport of baseball, the group won First Place in their class of 7 bands and First Place in their division over an additional 9 bands. The students were 1 of 4 bands - out of 23 - to earn strait 1’s (superior) for their effort on the day. The scores were judged on Drum Major, Percussion, Color Guard, and Band – all earned a 1! The Band Directors held an award reveal ceremony during class on the following Monday due to an early escape from the rain. The students enjoyed celebrating the results of their incredible effort together!
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WILDBAND FRUIT SALE IS HERE!

The Oak Ridge High School Marching Band is currently in its biggest fundraiser of the year – the Annual Fruit Sale. Orders are being taken by all Band students or on our website at https://shop.floridaindianrivergroves.com/ecommerce/742353. Order by November 11th with delivery on December 13th.

Don’t do citrus? Several other food items are available to order. Donations are also accepted on the website.

Another avenue to help - the Band is ALWAYS looking for donations of the “used, but not being used” instruments in closets, attics and basements. Providing an instrument for students to use at all levels of performance, from the beginner to the advanced, is a large part of the support needed in the Oak Ridge Schools’ Band Program.

We appreciate your support of the award winning WildBand!

CHEERLEADERS FUNDRAISER!

The CheerCats will host a fundraiser supper at DosBros Mexican Grill on November 5th from 5 - 8 pm. A portion of the sales will go to the ORHS cheerleaders! (Located in the former Chipotle restaurant).
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8TH annual secret city chess championship

ORHS will host the 8th annual Secret City Scholastic Chess Championships on Saturday, Nov. 2. Register online at http://www.reg4chess.com. Casual players will have the option to play in a non-rated section. All players are also welcome to drop by the library after school Fridays. Team regionals will be in January rather than March next year so early preparation will improve our chance to send one or more teams to the state championships.

BASKETBALL SIGN UPS ARE HERE - CITY OF OAK RIDGE!

City of Oak Ridge’s Teen Basketball League registration will open on October 21 and will close on December 2. A boy’s and a girl’s division will be offered for the 2019-2020 season with games scheduled to be played on Saturdays beginning January 4, 2020. Players must be no older than 18 on December 1, 2019 to participate and may not be affiliated with any TSSAA basketball programs. Unlike previous seasons, the staff at the front desk will only be able to accept team registration forms and league fees. The additional mandatory paperwork will be taken care of during a team night held prior to the first game. Additional information may be found at bit.ly/ORteenbasketball or via e-mail: mreece@oakridgetn.gov.


http://orrecparks.oakridgetn.gov/athletics/

New Opportunity for an Added Distinction on Senior's Diploma

NEW: Work Ethic Distinction for Diploma

Students graduating with a district-developed work ethic distinction shall be recognized at their graduation ceremony. This distinction will be useful for presentation to future employers for work-based learning, apprenticeships, and employment in a chosen field after graduation. Employers throughout Tennessee have indicated that students who present a document such as this, indicating desirable work habits will be given preference for interviews. In order to earn such a distinction, students must exhibit certain characteristics by earning points on a Work Ethic Distinction form available in school counseling or via this link: www.ortn.edu/Curriculum/CCTE/Work_Ethic.pdf

2020 French Exchange Interest Meeting

Attention all French students! There will be a second informational meeting about our 2020 French Exchange on Thursday, November 24th, at 6:30 p.m. in Madame Barry's room CS 307. Come find out more about this exciting opportunity!

DEADLINE EXTENDED!!!

It’s not too late if you would like to travel to Costa Rica. We have extended the registration. Come talk to Sras Gilliland or Mas-Effler about joining our adventure.

EUROPEAN EXTRAVAGANZA - ONLY 15 SPOTS LEFT!

Only 15 spaces remain for the summer trip, and a deadline is approaching. Students will travel to 5 countries: Italy, the Vatican, Monaco, France and Spain in June of 2020. A $250 discount is currently available if students enroll by October 3. Additionally, 3 college credits from the University of California at San Diego are included in the cost of the trip for those students who wish to participate in the coursework. To enroll, go to www.worldstrides.com/enroll. The ID is Bailey-2020. Contact Madame Bailey (lbailey@ortn.edu), Señor Gonzalez (jgonzalez@ortn.edu), Mr. Pickering (apickering@ortn.edu) or MS Toler (dvtoler@ortn.edu) if you have questions.

IMPORTANT DATES FROM ORHS COUNSELING OFFICE!

Mark your calendars!!!
  • October 29, 2019 - ACT Senior Retake during the school day
  • November 5, 2019 - FAFSA night 5:30-7:00 in CS208 for parents of seniors
  • November 5, 2019 - FAFSA night 5:30-7:00 in CS208 for parents of seniors
  • January 16, 2020 – Junior Seminars for students – Auditorium during the school day
  • January 16, 2020 -FAFSA night CS208
  • January 23, 2020 -Sophomore Seminars for students – Auditorium during the school day
  • January 30, 2020 - Freshman Seminars for students – Auditorium during the school day

support ROTC - yard signs for sale!

Promote and Support ROTC at the same time! These Yard Signs are on Sale Now! $20.00 . Contact RlNicholls@ortn.edu

WILDCAT ATHLETICS THIS WEEK!

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A YEAR OF SPORTS FOR A FLAT FEE!

Students can purchase an All-Sports Athletic Pass for $55.00. This pass will grant admission to all home games for ALL sports! The exception would be TSSAA hosted playoff games. Passes can be purchased at any time in the Main Office from Mrs. Seals.

CANVAS PROBLEMS? CHECK OUT THESE UPDATES FROM MRS. WITICK!

Parents,

If your Canvas Dashboard is not loading, and it looks like a slot machine flashing cards, it is because Internet Explorer is no longer a supported browser for Canvas since they have stopped doing updates for the browser. HERE is the list of Supported browsers:

Current and first previous major releases of the following browsers:

  • Chrome 75 and 76
  • Firefox 67 and 68 (Extended Releases are not supported)
  • Edge 44 (Windows only)
  • Respondus Lockdown Browser (supporting the latest system requirements)
  • Safari 11 and 12 (Macintosh only)

You should always use the most current version of your preferred browser. Your browser will notify you if there is a new version available.

WAYS TO FINANCIALLY SUPPORT ORGANIZATIONS AT ORHS!

FOOD CITY SCHOOL BUCKS PROGRAM!

It’s time for Food City’s School Bucks Program that helps support ORHS-CDC! The program begins Wednesday, September 4, 2019 and ends on May 5, 2020.

Parents can use this to easily link their ValuCard to their school of choice at checkout.

• At the cash register, have the cashier scan the barcode along with your Food City ValuCard. This will automatically link the two together, which means you only need to scan this barcode one time. The PLU listed below may also be entered at the cash register by the cashier in lieu of scanning barcode.

• Parents also can register their ValuCard online by visiting www.foodcity.com/schoolbucks

From that point, it’s simple… just shop and earn valuable points for your school. Remember this is a ValuCard program… use your ValuCard and save for ORHS-CDC. Nothing has to be done again until next school year!

*Please share the barcode information with family and friends! You can only register your ValuCard with one school/program so please make it ORHS-CDC! Thank you in advance for your support!

KROGER SHOPPERS!

Do you shop at Kroger?? Please choose one of our three Oak Ridge High School groups to support while you are shopping! Get your grandparents, aunts, uncles, siblings - anyone - to choose an organization, too! EVERY PENNY HELPS!

Oak Ridge High School Band Boosters

Oak Ridge High School Orchestra Boosters

Oak Ridge High School PTSO

SHOP AMAZONSMILES AND SUPPORT MANY ORHS ORGANIZATIONS!

Do you shop Amazon??? We all do! Login using www.amazonsmiles.com using your same Amazon Prime account and a donation will go towards your organization of choice! Same discounts and prime shipping that you are accustomed to apply!

More Info: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/chpf/about/ref=smi_se_rspo_laas_aas


Support: Wildcat Football Boosters Club

SAVE YOUR COKE LIDS AND CASE CODES FOR CDC

CDC is asking everyone to continue to save your Coke product lids/case codes. You may send those Coke lids/codes in to us here at the high school or you can set up your own account @ https://us.coca-cola.com/give/schools , input your codes and donate them to Oak Ridge High School. All proceeds donated go to CDC to help pay for classroom supplies, materials and student needs. Thank you for your support!!!

BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION

If you are like me, I can't throw a Box Top away. I diligently cut them out, put them in a baggie and bring them to school a couple of times a year! Well, Box Tops have jumped into the 21st Century and made it super easy! No more clipping, no more guilt! Download the Box Tops for Education APP. Scan your APP every time you go shopping, and all qualifying Box Tops will automatically load and support ORHS! It's super easy! I downloaded the APP tonight and had it set for ORHS in less than 5 minutes.

All Box Top funds go to support our CDC classrooms!

WHO IS YOUR ADMINISTRATOR??

Class of 2020 - Stephanie Thompson sathompson@ortn.edu

Class of 2021 - Amber Roberts ahroberts@ortn.edu

Class of 2022 - Beth Estep kestep@ortn.edu

Class of 2023 - David Foust djfoust@ortn.edu


Executive Principal - Martin McDonald mgmcdonald@ortn.edu

COUNSELING STAFF

Our Counseling Staff is tremendously important in the educational and emotional life of your teenager. Please take note who to which counselor your student is assigned:


Last Names A - C - Ms. Paige Redman hpredman@ortn.edu

Last Names D - H - Mrs. Ashley Bennewitz abennewitz@ortn.edu

Last Names I - M - Mrs. Brianna Ottinger bottinger@ortn.edu

Last Names N - R - Mrs. Kelly Rowland KSrowland@ortn.edu

Last Names S - Z - Mrs. Heidi Foster hafoster@ortn.edu

Social Worker - Mrs. Alison King aking@ortn.edu

Registrar - Mrs. Audrey Morris amorris@ortn.edu

TECHNOLOGY TRAGEDY??? DO YOU NEED HELP???

Mrs. Witick has been an Instructional Technology Coach in Oak Ridge Schools for 13 years. Students and parents can also contact her for assistance with Skyward Family Access, our Canvas Learning Management System, and Office 365 apps.


If you have questions for Mrs. Witick about these items, you can contact her at 425-9587 or email nwitick@ortn.edu

Ways to Connect and STAY INFORMED!

It is our desire to keep our families informed of all of the activity and awesome news coming from Oak Ridge High School. We have multiple platforms for connection. We encourage you to explore the many ways and provide feedback!


Website - http://www.ortn.edu/highschool/

Daily Bulletin - http://www.ortn.edu/highschool/daily-bulletin/ this is the Daily Announcements and are published on the website.

Channel 15 at 7:50 AM - Watch the announcements each morning by our Crew! YouTube Streaming: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL9N_azmWeQByrIW6pWLBlQ

Live in Knox/Anderson/Roane - If you live throughout Anderson/Roane/Knox counties and have ATT Uverse you can find us on Channel 99 – just select the Oak Ridge Schools option.

INews - this is the weekly Newsletter; distributed Monday morning at 7:00 am by email; it is also sent out on Twitter on Sunday evening on @stefthompson63 @ORSchools All previous issues can be found at http://www.ortn.edu/highschool/news-events/news-links/

Skylert Messages and Emails - Please make sure your current email address and phone numbers are up to date!!!

PTSO Newsletter - PTSO distributes a VERY detailed quarterly newsletter to inform parents of upcoming events and LOTS of counseling information! This comes to your email! They also have a presence on the website: http://www.orhs-ptso.org/news-information with tons of information! PTSO also has a Facebook presence, and we encourage you to "LIKE" their page! https://www.facebook.com/ORHSPTSO/

Twitter - While we know not everyone is on Twitter, many, many are! We keep the list of Twitter accounts for sports, clubs, teachers, principals, class information, etc. updated on the Wildcat iNews. We encourage you to follow us! Twitter provides us an opportunity to share quick information throughout the day as well as celebrate our awesome kids and their accomplishments!

Class of 2020 families - We have started a Facebook page as well https://www.facebook.com/ORHSClassof2020/ in addition to our @ORHSClassof2020 Twitter account.

OAK RIDGE SCHOOLS CALENDARS!

Attendance is IMPORTANT! Check the calendar before planning your trips!

FOLLOW US ON @TWITTER!

Our goals include celebrating students and increasing our communication to families! Twitter is an avenue by which we try to accomplish these goals! Just try it! Follow these accounts!


NEW ACCOUNTS ADDED ARE IN BOLD


@Wildcats2020vi1 - Class of 2020 Information Maintained by Senior Steering

@ORHS_NJROTC - ROTC, WIldcat Company

@DavidJFoust - David Foust, Class of 2023 admin

@KITTYCOMMITTEE1 - ORHS Student Section

@ORHSSchoolcraft - Jonathan Schoolcraft, ORHS Math teacher

@ORHS_FB_Boostr - ORHS Football Boosters

@ORHSWildBand - ORHS Marching & Concert Band

@OrhsJam - ORHS Jam Club with Mr. Alexander & Mrs. Whitaker

@davidbowman10s - ORHS Tennis Team

@orhsinteract - Interact Club

@HealthyORS - ORS Coordinated School Health

@Alison_King23 - ORHS Social Worker

@ORladysoccer- ORHS Lady Soccer Cats

@ORHSOakLog2017 - Oak Log Yearbook for 2018-19

@ORHSClassof2021 - Mrs. Roberts' Class of 2021

@ORHSvolleyball - ORHS Girls Volleyball Team

@ORHSXC - ORHS Cross Country Team

@ORHSLibrary - ORHS Library & Media Services

@ORHSCreditUnion - ORHS Credit Union

@ORHSBaseball15 - Varsity & JV ORHS Baseball Team

@MasquersORHS - Masquers and Theater for ORHS

@orpsef - Oak Ridge Public Schools Educational Foundation

@orhs_gsa - Gay/Straight Alliance Club

@ORSTechnology - Updates from IT Dept. for technology in @ORSchools

@ORHSTennis - ORHS Tennis Team

@GraduationCeleb - ORHS Graduation Celebration 2019

@ORSchools - District Twitter Account

@ORHSWIldcatMGM - Mr. McDonald

@ORHS_PTSO - PTSO for ORHS

@ORHSCounseling - Counseling Office

@ORHSClassof2020 - Senior Information

@estepintime - Mrs. Estep, Assistant Principal for the Class of 2022

@ORBoysBball - Oak Ridge Boys Basketball

@ORLadyWildcats - Oak Ridge Girls Basketball

@orhs_cheer - Oak Ridge Cheerleaders

@ORHSDanceCats - Oak Ridge Dance Cats

@OakRidgeSports - Oak Ridge Sports

@frc4265 - Secret City Wildbots

@ORHSOrchestra - Orchestra

@APES_ORHS - AP Environmental Science

@wildcats_AT - Athletic Training for ORHS Sports (Mighty Terra Davenport!)

@ORHSgolf - Golf Team/Scott Estep

@PhysicsCats - ORHS Betsy Hondorf's Physics Highlights