Want to know more about ROTC Scholarships? A Navy Rep will be here on campus February 9, 2022 during 4th period in the library. Learn how to apply and what opportunities. Sign up in the counseling Center.
Dracula is coming! The Oak Harbor High School Drama Club would like to invite all of you to come see their production of Dracula! Based on Bram Stoker’s timeless novel, Dracula is a highly theatrical exploration of the evil that lurks inside all of us… and how it can become all-consuming, draining away our humanity and turning us into monsters. The show runs on February 17-19 and 24-26. Doors open at 6:30 and the the show starts at 7. Reserve your tickets early at firstname.lastname@example.org. Hope to see you all there!
"National Honor Society or NHS tutors volunteer Tuesday in A170s and Wednesdays and Thursdays in A182 to tutor any student in any subject. This is a great opportunity for free support or a peaceful place to go and study after school from 2:30-3:30. There is no activity bus. Students who wish to complete this form can request subject-specific tutors on specific days, but it is not necessary. https://forms.gle/EE21WZKpsJNqafJ76"
"The Robotics Club challenges you! The Robotics Club challenges all clubs at Oak Harbor High School to make a difference in our community! Find a project that helps out the community and tell us about it and DO IT!!! Best High School project wins $200 in new equipment for their club. For more information about the challenge, please go to https://team2980.wixsite.com/team2980 Best Of Luck!"
Attention students interested in Spring Sports: baseball, softball, track & field, boys’ soccer, girls’ tennis and boys’ & girls’ golf. Spring sports begin Monday, February 28th. To be eligible on the first day of practice, all sport participants need to have an approved online clearance form and a valid physical. If you have any questions please stop by the Athletic Office.
We are fortunate to have a lot of different cultures represented at Oak Harbor High School. On March 23, we will hold a Multicultural Assembly to recognize and share some aspects of our different cultures. Can you give a martial arts demonstration, like jujitsu or taekwondo? Students are welcome to play instruments, dance, sing, or otherwise demonstrate their multicultural skills. Audience participation is welcome and encouraged! Plan now for auditions during the week of February 14-18. Contact Mr. Olsen or Ms. Grunewald with questions.
Announcing a School Day SAT, Wednesday, March 23, 2022. Sign up in the cashiers offfice with Mrs. White. Payment is $52. Students eligible for Free or Reduced lunch can see Mrs. Kellison for a fee waiver.
Students who took the PSAT can pick up their test booklets in the Counseling Center. If you need help accessing your scores please see Mrs. Kellison
Anyone planning to participate in softball this spring should attend an informational meeting after school on Wednesday, February 9 at 2:40 in room B109 with Coach Ashburn. If you cannot make the meeting, contact Coach Ashburn for information.
Guild, Wildcat Catering and SkillsUSA are proud to announce Empty Bowls will be 2/16/22 from 5pm-6pm in the Sub. Tickets are now on sale. You may purchase Tickets from Mrs. Sexton, Mrs. Rawlins, or Guild Officers during 2nd Lunch. Tickets will also be available for purchase at the door on the 16th.
Seniors! Want to make sure your Senior Portrait will be in the Yearbook and that your name is spelled correctly? Between Thursday, February 3 and Friday, February 11, go to C-Wing to find the yearbook pages posted in the windows outside room C112. Fill out this Google Form to request a change: https://forms.gle/vX8XqS1hGo1Y8CxS7
Seniors -It's Local Scholarship season! Have you been working on your applications? There will be a Scholarship Workshop on Tuesday, February 15th in the counseling Center from 2:30-4:00. Where do you find these scholarships? Take a look in your Xello Dashboard or on the school website under counseling.
Boys and Girls Golf meeting after school on Thursday, February 10th, in room B136.