Locker Clean Out – please encourage your student to clean out their locker before they leave for the summer. ALL lockers will be opened and cleaned out after the makeup exam time on Thursday, May 26th. All items collected will be donated to charity or thrown away.
FBLA & DECA will have 2016-17 officer elections during 7th period on Monday. Paid members can stop by Mrs. Triplett’s room #121 to vote for next year’s officers and have some refreshments.
Congrats to our Oak Mountain Boys’ soccer team. 7A State champs (back to back). They finished the season at 28-0-2. Overall, it’s the programs 6th State Championship. #GOOM.
Congratulations to the OMHS Mountain Bike team who had their final race of the season and state championship race this past weekend in Auburn. OMHS had 9 riders finishing in top ten positions in various classes, including 6 podium finishes in the final race. The team also took home 6 of the state championship trophy places, finishing 5th overall out of 23 teams in the state. Begin your conditioning now to prepare for joining this successful family-oriented team next fall. For additional information contact Coach John Harrison at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students planning on taking Drivers Education or Health over the summer through Shades Valley High School need to stop by the Counseling Center for a summer school packet and permission letter before the last day of school.
ACT scores that the juniors took on April 19th will be mailed to the homes 4-6 weeks from the test date.
All rising sophomores who are signed up to take APUSH 10 next year needs to come to Mr. Dean’s room in Room 110 during 7th period before the end of school to receive information about summer work and next year’s class.
All prom t-shirts are now $10. See Mrs. Lemley to purchase yours.
Basketball tryouts for next year will be May 23-27, time TBA. You must have a physical on file to try out. See Coach Love before May 20th to sign up.
Girls Basketball Tryouts for next year will be May 16-20 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm. All players must have a physical on file in order to tryout. If you have any questions, contact Coach McGowan email@example.com.
Don’t forget to check out The Eagle’s Eye online newspaper at www.omhseagleseye.com for all the latest news at OMHS.
Career Preparedness (rising 9-12) and Government/Economics (rising 12th grade only) will be offered during the summer of 2016 provided enough students register to warrant the offering of the course(s). Registration information will be released in late March. However, to better plan, if you are interested in taking these courses during the summer, please come sign up in the OMHS Counseling Center.
This offering is for students who wish to earn the credit for career preparedness, which is required for graduation, outside of the traditional school year. Students who have previously failed Career Preparedness may also take this class in order to earn this credit.
Location – OMHS, Dates- Term I – June 6-June 17, Term II – June 20-July 1
Cost – $400
Government and Economics
Open to any upcoming senior; must take both classes
Location – Helena High School
Dates – June 6 – July 15
Cost – $400
Health and Driver’s Education will also be offered through Community Education and may be taken for high school credit. Please call Day Dummier in Community Education at 205-682-5843 for more information.
GIVE ME FIVE OPPORTUNITIES
DOES YOUR YOUTH NEED COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS? If so, your youth may earn community service hours at Asbury UMC (6690 Cahaba Valley Road) by volunteering to work at any of the summer camps which include: soccer, chess, softball, basketball, football, volleyball, twirling, lacrosse and lego, and also helping with snacks and craft time. For info, text or call Ellen Dean at 205 862 8653 or email –firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you interested in doing something good with your summer? Are you interested in giving back to the Birmingham community? Then we’ve got the perfect opportunity for you – GIG: Giving is Good at United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Birmingham! We are looking for responsible, positive teen role models to be a part of our summer program this year. You must be between the ages of 13-18 (entering eighth grade through high school seniors). Applicants should expect to volunteer between June 6, 2016 and July 29, 2016. Applicants must commit to volunteer a minimum of 32 hours during the summer. Applicants may choose to serve in half day (4 hours) or full day (8 hour) shifts from 8 am – 5 pm. Accepted GIG volunteers will choose their expected schedule and will turn in their schedule requests at orientation. Applications due by May 6th. Please check www.ucpbham.com for updates on the GIG program and how to submit your application or contact: Brandi Swift, Volunteer Coordinator at (205)943-5235 or email@example.com . Applications are located in the Guidance Center!
Last year, OMHS agreed to sell Coca-Cola products at all high school events/functions. Coca-Cola has a redemption program for the codes that are underneath caps and in 12-packs boxes. These codes can be redeemed and donated to schools for money. This is free money that can be used for our school! WE NEED YOUR HELP! Please donate any caps that you can. Also, the redemption program only allows 75 points per email address a week, so if you can, please sign-up at mycokerewards.comand enter the codes and donate to OMHS. Anyone interested in helping collect caps from games or entering codes please come see Mr. Dean in Rm. 110. Give Me Five credit can be earned! If you have any questions, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.