Students currently enrolled in grades 9 through 11 at Oak Mountain High School should have received an access code to register your student for the 2017-18 school year. If you have not already done so, please log in to Https://Shelbyed.schoolmint.net to complete this process. If you have not received or lost you code, please contact your student’s school.
Time to clean out your lockers. Please make sure to use the trash cans set up in the halls during Soar 60 this week. Be sure to take all your possessions before the last day of school. All items left behind will be donated to charity or thrown away.
Rising seniors should receive their appointment card from Belmont for their senior pictures for the 2017-2018 school year. Please remember the dress code for yearbook pictures, no visible tattoos, face piercings, or dyed hair will be put in the yearbook. Contact Belmont if you have not received your appointment by the end of June. Only pictures taken by Belmont will be published in the yearbook.
As a reminder, we are accepting registration packets now through the last day of school.
Please remember we will enforce the dress code policy established by Shelby County Code of Conduct. The dress code and consequences for dress code violations can be found in the Code of Conduct.
Fast food is not allowed to be distributed during our lunch time. The front office will not be allowed to accept or deliver this.
OMHS is now accepting registrations from students wishing to take Career Prep as a summer go-ahead course. Parents may register their students in person at OMHS in the guidance center during regular school hours. The cost is $400.00, and the class will be taught at OMHS. Payment may be made with cash, check, money order, or credit/debit card ($2.50 processing fee for credit/debit card). Space is limited, so first come, first served.
Anyone who will be attending OMHS next year who would like to change a previously requested class MUST do so by May 25th. Requests to change classes should be in writing and include a parent signature. Requests should be turned in to your counselor. This is a FIRM deadline.
Summer reading and AP course assignments have been posted on the OMHS website. Be sure to check for any assignments you will be responsible for completing.
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COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS can be earned by helping with summer camps at Asbury UMC. Camp possibilities are chess, soccer, softball, art, volleyball, basketball, baseball, lacrosse and lego. Additional people are also needed to help with serving snacks. Please text Ellen Dean at 205 862 8653 if interested. Camp dates and times can be found atwww.asburyonline.org/summercamps.
The National Senior Games Association is a non-profit Multi-Sports Council member of the United States Olympic Committee that promotes health and wellness for adults 50 and over through education, fitness, and sport. Birmingham, Al will be hosting the 2017 National Senior Games from June 2nd -15th at multiple sites across the city and will need approximately 3,000 volunteers. Types of volunteers needed are hospitality, score-keeping, venue coordinator, athletic registration, and awards, etc… If you are interested go to www.nsga.com/volunteer.