OZAUKEE HIGH SCHOOL
April 30, 2021
STAFF APPRECIATION WEEK
Staff Appreciation Week will be celebrated in the Northern Ozaukee School District the week of May 3rd. Join the Northern Ozaukee School Community, in conjunction with the
NOSD PTR with a "Warrior Wonderment" for our amazing staff this year!
Click the link Warrior Wonderment to send free personalized messages and certificates to those making a difference for our students (deadline is May 4 at 3:00pm)
Prom 2021 -- Saturday, May 15, 2021 @ Elderberry Manor, West Bend
Congratulations to the 2021 Prom Court!
Mason Norwood and Maria Nehls
Nick Hoffmann and Brynn Schueller
Matt Miller and Madalyn Gaulke
Trevor Decker and Paige Pierson
Braxton Gahan and Nicole Liermann
Evan Alexander and Hannah Lemke
MCs - Matt Janowski and Gabby Klas
Prom 2021 Ticket Sales
Tickets are $20 per person for the dance and $40 for the dance and dinner (Only Juniors for dance & dinner) . To purchase a ticket all outstanding fees need to be paid and you must be in good standing as a student. Prom is open to all 9th -12th grade OHS students.
4:00 pm -The juniors are doing pictures at Pioneer Village in Saukville.
5:30 pm- Dinner for the juniors at Elderberry Manor, West Bend
6:30 pm- Dance begins
7:00 pm- The Grand March
10:45 pm -Dance ends (everyone has to be out by 11:00 pm)
Post Prom 2021 will be at King Pin Bowl & Ale House from 10:45 pm to 2:00 am immediately following prom. Bus transportation is provided and REQUIRED for all students attending Post Prom. Only students who attend Prom 2021 are eligible to go to Post Prom. The deadline to get your permission slip and money in for Post Prom has been extended to Friday, May 7th.
Please consider donating to POST PROM. We are looking for donations of guessing jars, gift cards, snacks, and money. Thank you! The 2021 Post Prom Committee.
- May 6-9th - Spring Play "Little Shop of Horrors" Livestream Purchase Link
- May 12 - Senior Awards Night 6:30pm - 8:30pm -NOSD Fine Arts Center
- May 15- Prom 2021 @ Elderberry Manor, West Bend
- May 20 -Tractor Day
- May 22 - Spring Metal Drive 8am -1pm Accepted and Prohibited Metal Items 2021
- May 23-Graduation Ceremony for the Class of 2021
- May 28-Last Day of School-a school lunch will not be served
Last Day of School Release Times - Friday, May 28th
As you know, our last day of school for the 2020-2021 school year is Friday, May 28th. This will be a half day for students with OMS/OHS releasing at 11 A.M. and OES releasing at 12 P.M. Thank you for your support in making this school year a success for our students!
Attendance, Gradebook, Food Service, Fee Management & messages from teachers all can be found in Skyward Family Access
If you do not know your login and/or password contact the school office by email. Thank you!
2021-22 Schedule Completion
Grade 8 - 11 Students and Parents/Guardians:
Completed student schedules are now available on Family/Student Access in Skyward. Please note that some of the schedules have “holes” in them, where either a requested course did not fit, the request(s) have an option to fit in several spots, or the course is flexible and has not been assigned a class hour yet.
Beginning last week, we started meeting with students to review and finalize their 2021-22 schedules. As a parent, feel free to reach out with any questions by contacting Mrs. Quade. (firstname.lastname@example.org / (262) 692-2453 x280)
OHS Counseling Department
Grad Grams are now being sold in the High School Office during school hours. See buttons below for more information.
NOSD Outdoor Facilities Campaign is Officially Underway
On April 26th, the Northern Ozaukee School District launched a $3.5 Million Dollar Outdoor Facilities Campaign. The district is excited about this vision and the plan to move forward. Opportunities to donate to this project and purchase naming rights to various updates is now available. Head to the Northern Ozaukee School District Outdoor Facilities Project website to learn more. You can also follow the NOSD Outdoor Facilities Campaign Facebook page for updates.
Warrior Gridiron Camps for this Summer
Per state statute 175.22 (2013 through Act 380), cellphones are NOT allowed in restrooms and locker rooms at anytime Please leave your phone in the classroom or your locker during the school day if you need to use either of these rooms.
The OHS newspaper releases a new edition every third Friday of the month!
The Warrior Post!
Wisconsin Virtual Learning
Online Summer School Courses Students entering Grades 8-12 in the 2021-22 school year.
Enrollment in an online summer course is a great way to take a course that may be of interest that is not offered in the traditional classroom or is a great way for a student heading into high school to complete coursework over the summer due to a scheduling conflict during the school year.
Our online Summer courses include Business, English, Math, Science, Social Studies, PE, Family & Consumer Science, Technology, and General Electives. Please click on the link below to learn more about WVL Summer School Course Offerings or to apply for Online Summer School.
Sports Participation at Ozaukee High School
Signing this form also indicates that you read and understand the Concussion Protocol for sports. Below is the informational reading material for both Parent/Guardian and Athlete.
You are also indicating that you read and understand the WIAA Athletic Eligibility for the 2020-21 season by signing the participation form.
The waiver is a separate form that both student and parent will need to sign and return.
In the event your child or someone in your home is being tested for COVID, please keep your child home until test results are known. It is recommended that direct family members also stay home. Please notify the District Nurse of your results. Your child should engage in remote learning until a back to school date has been determined.
Per the Washington/Ozaukee Health Department
Covid -19 Vaccine
Everyone 16 and Older Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine Starting April 5
On Tuesday, Gov. Tony Evers and DHS announced everyone age 16 and over will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine starting April 5, 2021. Wisconsin currently leads the nation in being one of the most efficient vaccinators for getting available shots in arms. With increased vaccine supply and an accelerated vaccination pace in recent weeks, the state is able to open eligibility to everyone four weeks earlier than expected.
There continue to be many options available for getting vaccinated, including through community-based vaccination clinics sponsored by DHS with federal and local partners, pharmacies, health care providers, local and tribal health departments, and employers. Below are key resources:
- Information on where and how to get vaccinated
- Questions about the COVID-19 vaccine or need helping find or scheduling an appointment? Call 844-684-1064 (toll-free)
- Next steps: After you get the vaccine (also available as a handout in multiple languages)
- Learn about COVID-19 vaccine safety and efficacy
Please let me know what questions or concerns you may have!
CLICK THIS BUTTON TO SIGN-UP --Note - We ask that people sign-up for meals prior to Sunday, as Food Service will print the sign-up list right away on Monday morning as they determine what they need to prepare for Tuesday morning.
Fitness Room Hours
The Fitness Room will be open from 3pm to 6pm Monday through Friday as long as we can keep it staffed with a supervisor. A current Waiver must be on file before you can use the facility. There will be cleaning supplies made available in the Fitness Room for all who use it so that they may clean the equipment they use/touch.
Sanitizing IT Equipment
Disinfecting your Technology is Never a Bad Idea!
Chromebooks and Laptops
Step 1: Power off the device. You will be applying liquid solutions to your device, so powering it off is a must.
Step 2: Remove any accessories or plug-ins such as cases, USBs, and headphones. Once removed, cases can be separately disinfected with sanitizing wipes or spray.
Step 3: Clean the screen using a lightly damp Clorox Disinfecting Wipe. Wipes should not leave a liquid on your hands before using. Heavy amounts of disinfecting solution can damage the screen.
Step 4: Use a 70 percent isopropyl alcohol wipe or Clorox Disinfecting Wipes to gently wipe the rest of your laptop or Chromebook, such as the display, keyboard, or other exterior surfaces.
Step 5: Wait for the alcohol solution to completely evaporate before turning your Chromebook back on.