April 29, 2016

 

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

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Show your support for our Eagle baseball team in the first round of the state playoffs and get a FREE “Men of Iron” t-shirt. FREE t-shirts will be given to the first 50 OMHS students to show up at the game. Shirts will be available in the stands on the Visitor’s side. You will need to show your OMHS student ID.  The first game is this Friday at 4:30 at Vestavia Hills High School.

 

 

OMHS Show Choir audition mandatory parent meeting will be Monday, May 2 at 6:30 pm in the PAC. If you have any questions please email Mr. Zauchin at mzauchin@shelbyed.org.

 

 

If you would like to be an officer in FBLA or DECA next year you can pick up an application from Mrs. Triplett in room 121 or Mrs. Ingram in room 306.  Applications are due by May 6th and elections will be held on May 10 during 7th period.  You must have paid your dues in order to be listed on the ballot.

 

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 amcgowan@shelbyed.k12.al.us

 

Senior Class Banquet will be Thursday, May 12 from 6:30-8:30 pm at Gabrella Manor. Links to directions and pictures can be found at http://www.gabrellamanor.com/

 

The cost is $40 and is due to Mr. Milton by Friday, April 29. NO MONEY WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THE DOOR. Checks may be made out to OMHS.

 

The Shelby County School District has a new mobile app!  Download it for FREE to your iOS or Android devices from the Apple App store or Google Play.  Click the following link for more details about its features: http://podcasts.shelbyed.k12.al.us/scs-news/

 

Don’t forget to check out The Eagle’s Eye online newspaper at www.omhseagleseye.com for all the latest news at OMHS.

 

GUIDANCE

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Attention 8th – 10th grade girls – Alabama Power is sponsoring a summer event called ‘Girls Can’ Construction Camp which will be held June 6th -10th.  This is a hands-on camp featuring welding, carpentry, electrical and other construction specialties. ‘Girls Can’ camp is a great chance to learn a new set of skills and make new friends.  This year, you will be building an Adirondack chair, a sprinkler, an industrial-style lamp, and welding metals together to form a piece of art.  You will be working side by side with professional women in completing your projects and meeting women who do some pretty amazing things in their jobs.  Pick up an application from your counselor, complete it, and return it to your counselor.  Application deadline is April 29th.  Make this summer one to remember and don’t miss this great opportunity. See your counselor today for more information!

 

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.

 

Career Preparedness

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

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OMMS needs help with volunteers for their annual Spring Fling! The event will take place on May 6, 2016. For more information or to sign up, please contact Jennifer Nabors at naborsjenn@gmail.com or 991-8999.

 

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 –edean@asburyonline.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 bswift@ucpbham.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 cdean@shelbyed.k12.al.us.

 

ATHLETICS

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Thursday

Friday

Track Sectionals @ Mt. Brook Friday and Saturday

 

Softball @ Cullman Tournament Friday and Saturday

 

Baseball at Vestavia Hills (1st round playoffs) *******

Double Header starts at 4:30

(If necessary game 3 will be at 1:00 on Saturday)

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April 27, 2016

 

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

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OMHS Show Choir audition mandatory parent meeting will be Monday, May 2 at 6:30 pm in the PAC. If you have any questions please email Mr. Zauchin at mzauchin@shelbyed.org.

 

Interested to see what Women’s Lacrosse is all about? Come see them play Wednesday at Heardmont Stadium. OMMS 6th grade vs 7th& 8th grade at 5:30 pm and OMHS Varsity vs. JV at 7:30 pm. It will be a great evening of Women’s Lacrosse.

 

If you would like to be an officer in FBLA or DECA next year you can pick up an application from Mrs. Triplett in room 121 or Mrs. Ingram in room 306.  Applications are due by May 6th and elections will be held on May 10 during 7th period.  You must have paid your dues in order to be listed on the ballot.

 

NHS cords and tassel can be picked up in Room 213 ONLY during 7th Period throughout the week of April 25.

 

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 amcgowan@shelbyed.k12.al.us

 

Senior Class Banquet will be Thursday, May 12 from 6:30-8:30pm at Gabrella Manor. Links to directions and pictures can be found at http://www.gabrellamanor.com/

 

The cost is $40 and is due to Mr. Milton by Friday, April 29. NO MONEY WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THE DOOR. Checks may be made out to OMHS.

 

The Shelby County School District has a new mobile app!  Download it for FREE to your iOS or Android devices from the Apple App store or Google Play.  Click the following link for more details about its features: http://podcasts.shelbyed.k12.al.us/scs-news/

 

Don’t forget to check out The Eagle’s Eye online newspaper at www.omhseagleseye.com for all the latest news at OMHS.

 

GUIDANCE

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Attention 8th – 10th grade girls – Alabama Power is sponsoring a summer event called ‘Girls Can’ Construction Camp which will be held June 6th -10th.  This is a hands-on camp featuring welding, carpentry, electrical and other construction specialties. ‘Girls Can’ camp is a great chance to learn a new set of skills and make new friends.  This year, you will be building an Adirondack chair, a sprinkler, an industrial-style lamp, and welding metals together to form a piece of art.  You will be working side by side with professional women in completing your projects and meeting women who do some pretty amazing things in their jobs.  Pick up an application from your counselor, complete it, and return it to your counselor.  Application deadline is April 29th.  Make this summer one to remember and don’t miss this great opportunity. See your counselor today for more information!

 

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.

 

Career Preparedness

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

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OMMS needs help with volunteers for their annual Spring Fling! The event will take place on May 6, 2016. For more information or to sign up, please contact Jennifer Nabors at naborsjenn@gmail.com or 991-8999.

 

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 –edean@asburyonline.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 bswift@ucpbham.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 cdean@shelbyed.k12.al.us.

 

ATHLETICS

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Monday

Girls and Boys Soccer Senior Night vs Northridge – Girls at 5:30 followed by boys at 7:30

Boys and girls golf sectional

 

Tuesday

Girls Soccer @ Briarwood 5:00

Baseball vs. Gadsden City at OMHS (senior night) 4:30 DH

 

Wednesday

Softball Senior Night vs Hillcrest 5:00

 

Thursday

 

Friday

Track Sectionals @ Mt. Brook Friday and Saturday

 

Softball @ Cullman Tournament Friday and Saturday

 

Baseball at Vestavia Hills (1st round playoffs) *******

Double Header starts at 4:30

 (If necessary game 3 will be at 1:00 on Saturday)

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April 26, 2016

 

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

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Congratulations! Our Lady Eagles! Soccer team are Metro Champs!!!  The Lady Eagles defeated Vestavia in the finals and reclaimed their #1 AHSAA state ranking.

 

Interested to see what Women’s Lacrosse is all about? Come see them play Wednesday at Heardmont Stadium. OMMS 6th grade vs. 7th& 8th grade at 5:30 pm and OMHS Varsity vs. JV at 7:30 pm. It will be a great evening of Women’s Lacrosse.

 

If you would like to be an officer in FBLA or DECA next year you can pick up an application from Mrs. Triplett in room 121 or Mrs. Ingram in room 306.  Applications are due by May 6th and elections will be held on May 10 during 7th period.  You must have paid your dues in order to be listed on the ballot.

 

Any Soccer Sweetie who missed the meeting in Mrs. Mace’s room on Wednesday needs to see her regarding the schedule for the remainder of the season. Also, there are $5 short-sleeve t-shirts available; see Mrs. Mace if you would like to purchase.

 

NHS cords and tassel can be picked up in Room 213 ONLY during 7th Period throughout the week of April 25.

 

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 amcgowan@shelbyed.k12.al.us

 

Senior Class Banquet will be Thursday, May 12 from 6:30-8:30 pm at Gabrella Manor. Links to directions and pictures can be found at http://www.gabrellamanor.com/

 

The cost is $40 and is due to Mr. Milton by Friday, April 29. NO MONEY WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THE DOOR. Checks may be made out to OMHS.

 

The Shelby County School District has a new mobile app!  Download it for FREE to your iOS or Android devices from the Apple App store or Google Play.  Click the following link for more details about its features: http://podcasts.shelbyed.k12.al.us/scs-news/

 

Don’t forget to check out The Eagle’s Eye online newspaper at www.omhseagleseye.com for all the latest news at OMHS.

 

GUIDANCE

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Attention 8th – 10th grade girls – Alabama Power is sponsoring a summer event called ‘Girls Can’ Construction Camp which will be held June 6th -10th.  This is a hands-on camp featuring welding, carpentry, electrical and other construction specialties. ‘Girls Can’ camp is a great chance to learn a new set of skills and make new friends.  This year, you will be building an Adirondack chair, a sprinkler, an industrial-style lamp, and welding metals together to form a piece of art.  You will be working side by side with professional women in completing your projects and meeting women who do some pretty amazing things in their jobs.  Pick up an application from your counselor, complete it, and return it to your counselor.  Application deadline is April 29th.  Make this summer one to remember and don’t miss this great opportunity. See your counselor today for more information!

 

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.

 

Career Preparedness

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

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OMMS needs help with volunteers for their annual Spring Fling! The event will take place on May 6, 2016. For more information or to sign up, please contact Jennifer Nabors at naborsjenn@gmail.com or 991-8999.

 

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 –edean@asburyonline.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 bswift@ucpbham.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 cdean@shelbyed.k12.al.us.

 

ATHLETICS

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Monday

Girls and Boys Soccer Senior Night vs Northridge – Girls at 5:30 followed by boys at 7:30

Boys and girls golf sectional

Tuesday

Girls Soccer @ Briarwood 5:00

Baseball vs. Gadsden City at OMHS (senior night) 4:30 DH

Wednesday

Softball Senior Night vs Hillcrest 5:00

Thursday

Friday

Track Sectionals @ Mt. Brook Friday and Saturday

 

Softball @ Cullman Tournament Friday and Saturday

 

Baseball at Vestavia Hills (1st round playoffs) *******

Double Header starts at 4:30

 (If necessary game 3 will be at 1:00 on Saturday)

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April 22, 2016

 

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

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Please come out tonight support your lady Eagles soccer team at Hoover high school. Kickoff is at 7 o’clock. The number two ranked Lady Eagles will play the number one ranked Vestavia rebels for the metro championship.

 

Any Soccer Sweetie who missed the meeting in Mrs. Mace’s room on Wednesday needs to see her regarding the schedule for the remainder of the season. Also, there are $5 short-sleeve t-shirts available; see Mrs. Mace if you would like to purchase.

 

Do you wanna cut loose? Get your tickets for Footloose the Musical presented by Oak Mountain High School.  Shows are scheduled for April 22nd-24th. Tickets are on sale online and can be purchased by Clicking here! You can also purchase tickets from any cast member. Tickets will be on Sale in the Oak Mountain High School Cafeteria during lunch April 20th-22nd.

 

NHS cords and tassel can be picked up in Room 213 ONLY during 7th Period throughout the week of April 25.

 

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 amcgowan@shelbyed.k12.al.us

 

Senior Class Banquet will be Thursday, May 12 from 6:30-8:30 pm at Gabrella Manor. Links to directions and pictures can be found at http://www.gabrellamanor.com/

 

The cost is $40 and is due to Mr. Milton by Friday, April 29. NO MONEY WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THE DOOR. Checks may be made out to OMHS.

 

The 18th Annual Athletic Booster Club Golf Tournament is on April 25th at 1:00 p.m. at Inverness Country Club. Registration info is on the attached flyer. Thank you for supporting OMHS Athletics.

 

The Shelby County School District has a new mobile app!  Download it for FREE to your iOS or Android devices from the Apple App store or Google Play.  Click the following link for more details about its features: http://podcasts.shelbyed.k12.al.us/scs-news/

 

The virtual parking and locker lines will be open for RISING Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors on February, 23 at 1:30 pm.  To access the virtual lines, please follow the links from the OMHS webpage after 1:30 on 2/23/16.  It will open April 26 for rising Freshmen.

 

For the virtual locker line, students will need their “s” number, which can be found on students’ transcript given to them this week by the guidance counselors.

 

For the virtual parking line:  (RISING Juniors and RISING Seniors ONLY)

  • Student “S” number
  • Tag Number
  • Make, Model, Color, and Year of Vehicle
  • VIN Number
  • Insurance Co for Vehicle
  • Owner’s Name and Number
  • Student’s Driver’s License Number (permit number if applicable, if neither please put date of birth)

 

If a student has not turned 16 by the time school begins, they can go ahead and sign up, and pay for parking at the beginning of the year.  They will not be allowed to get their parking decal or park on campus until their birthday.  Please put permit number instead of license number.  If the student does not have a permit yet, please enter the date of birth.

 

Don’t forget to check out The Eagle’s Eye online newspaper at www.omhseagleseye.com for all the latest news at OMHS.

 

GUIDANCE

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AllPencilsDown

JUNE ACT PREP Courses – Test Date June 11

 

JUNE CLASS A:

May 30-June 3

2:30-5:45 Daily

JUNE CLASS B:

June 5- June 9

2:30-5:45 Daily

EXTREME CLASS:

(students with score of 27or higher)

May 30-June 3

2:30-5:45 Daily

 

PLEASE REGISTER NOW TO SECURE A SPOT – CLASSES ARE FILLING QUICKLY! Registration is open at allpencilsdown.com.  Please call with questions or for help with registration 205-989-4356.

 

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.

 

Career Preparedness

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

 

FYI

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.

 

Registration is open for Henson Test Prep ACT classes preparing students for the national April ACT and the school based ACT for juniors.  Visit www.hensontestprep.com for more information and to register. Contact Amy Henson at hensontestprep@me.com or (205) 822-9466 if you have any questions.

 

ACT Prep Workshop

University of Montevallo

For interested upcoming SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS, AND SENIORS

May 31-June 3, 8:00 AM -12:00 PM

June 6-June 9, 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

COST: $125 per week

 

To register: www.montevallo.edu/academics/experiencelearning/

partnershipsoutreach/

 

The purpose of this camp is to equip students with content and test taking strategies to enable them to be better prepared for the ACT.

Materials provided will include test questions from the most previous ACT test bank.

For additional information, contact:

Kelli Holmes, Director

Office of Partnerships and Outreach

kholmes4@montevallo.edu

205.665.6077

 

 

GIVE ME FIVE OPPORTUNITIES

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OMMS needs help with volunteers for their annual Spring Fling! The event will take place on May 6, 2016. For more information or to sign up, please contact Jennifer Nabors at naborsjenn@gmail.com or 991-8999.

 

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 –edean@asburyonline.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 bswift@ucpbham.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 cdean@shelbyed.k12.al.us.

 

ATHLETICS

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Thursday

Girls Golf Sylacauga CC 3:00

Softball @ Chelsea 5:00

JV Track Championships @ Hewitt Trussville High 4:00

Varsity Baseball at Tusc. County 4:00 pm (DH)

JV Boys Soccer vs McAdory at Oak Mtn 6:00 pm

 

Friday

Varsity Boys Soccer at Houston/Collierville, TN (Friday 7pm & Saturday 1pm)

 

Saturday

Softball Hoover Classic

Girls Soccer Metro TBA

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April 20, 2016

 

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

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Do you wanna cut loose? Get your tickets for Footloose the Musical presented by Oak Mountain High School.  Shows are scheduled for April 22nd-24th. Tickets are on sale online and can be purchased by Clicking here! You can also purchase tickets from any cast member. Tickets will be on Sale in the Oak Mountain High School Cafeteria during lunch April 20th-22nd.

 

 

NHS cords and tassel can be picked up in Room 213 ONLY during 7th Period throughout the week of April 25.

 

 

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 amcgowan@shelbyed.k12.al.us

 

 

Senior Class Banquet will be Thursday, May 12 from 6:30-8:30pm at Gabrella Manor. Links to directions and pictures can be found at http://www.gabrellamanor.com/

 

The cost is $40 and is due to Mr. Milton by Friday, April 29. NO MONEY WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THE DOOR. Checks may be made out to OMHS.

 

 

The 2016 Oak Mountain Jazz Band audition information is now posted online.  To access this information, please do the following:

 

– Visit www.charmsoffice.com

– Click “Enter/Login” in the top right corner

– Under the “Parents/Students/Members” login, enter the following school code: oakmountainband

– Click “Handouts & Files”

– Click the folder titled “2016 Jazz Band Auditions”

– There are two versions of the Word document available (.doc and .docx)

 

Any 8th through 11th grade student that plays saxophones, trombone, trumpet, piano, guitar, bass guitar, drum set, or vibraphone is invited to audition!  Students should record themselves completing the audition and email it to tbender@shelbyed.org no later than April 29, 2016.

 

 

The 18th Annual Athletic Booster Club Golf Tournament is on April 25th at 1:00 p.m. at Inverness Country Club. Registration info is on the attached flyer. Thank you for supporting OMHS Athletics.

 

 

The Shelby County School District has a new mobile app!  Download it for FREE to your iOS or Android devices from the Apple App store or Google Play.  Click the following link for more details about its features: http://podcasts.shelbyed.k12.al.us/scs-news/

 

The virtual parking and locker lines will be open for RISING Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors on February, 23 at 1:30 pm.  To access the virtual lines, please follow the links from the OMHS webpage after 1:30 on 2/23/16.  It will open April 26 for rising Freshmen.

 

For the virtual locker line, students will need their “s” number, which can be found on students’ transcript given to them this week by the guidance counselors.

 

For the virtual parking line:  (RISING Juniors and RISING Seniors ONLY)

  • Student “S” number
  • Tag Number
  • Make, Model, Color, and Year of Vehicle
  • VIN Number
  • Insurance Co for Vehicle
  • Owner’s Name and Number
  • Student’s Driver’s License Number (permit number if applicable, if neither please put date of birth)

 

If a student has not turned 16 by the time school begins, they can go ahead and sign up, and pay for parking at the beginning of the year.  They will not be allowed to get their parking decal or park on campus until their birthday.  Please put permit number instead of license number.  If the student does not have a permit yet, please enter the date of birth.

 

 

Don’t forget to check out The Eagle’s Eye online newspaper at www.omhseagleseye.com for all the latest news at OMHS.

 

 

GUIDANCE

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AllPencilsDown

JUNE ACT PREP Courses – Test Date June 11

 

JUNE CLASS A:

May 30-June 3

2:30-5:45 Daily

JUNE CLASS B:

June 5- June 9

2:30-5:45 Daily

EXTREME CLASS:

(students with score of 27or higher)

May 30-June 3

2:30-5:45 Daily

 

PLEASE REGISTER NOW TO SECURE A SPOT – CLASSES ARE FILLING QUICKLY! Registration is open at allpencilsdown.com.  Please call with questions or for help with registration 205-989-4356.

 

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.

 

Career Preparedness

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

 

FYI 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.

 

 

Registration is open for Henson Test Prep ACT classes preparing students for the national April ACT and the school based ACT for juniors.  Visit www.hensontestprep.com for more information and to register. Contact Amy Henson at hensontestprep@me.com or (205) 822-9466 if you have any questions.

 

ACT Prep Workshop

University of Montevallo

For interested upcoming SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS, AND SENIORS

May 31-June 3, 8:00 AM -12:00 PM

June 6-June 9, 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

COST: $125 per week

 

To register: www.montevallo.edu/academics/experiencelearning/

partnershipsoutreach/

 

The purpose of this camp is to equip students with content and test taking strategies to enable them to be better prepared for the ACT.

Materials provided will include test questions from the most previous ACT test bank.

 

For additional information, contact:

Kelli Holmes, Director

Office of Partnerships and Outreach

kholmes4@montevallo.edu

205.665.6077

 

 

GIVE ME FIVE OPPORTUNITIES

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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 bswift@ucpbham.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 cdean@shelbyed.k12.al.us.

 

 

 

ATHLETICS

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Congrats to our Baseball team for making the playoffs with the 9-3 win yesterday. Round 1 of the AHSAA 7A playoffs starts April 29th with best of 3 (opponent TBD). Also, congrats to Coach Derek Irons for victory #300.

Monday

Girls golf @ Goose Pond Colony 1:00 pm

Girls Tennis Sectional Tournament @ Spain Park

Boys Golf @ Cedar Ridge 8:00 am

 

Tuesday

Softball @ Hoover 5:00 – *Huge Area game

Varsity Baseball vs Tusc. Co. at Oak Mtn 5:00 pm

JV Boys Soccer vs. Helena at Oak Mtn 5:30 pm

 

Wednesday

Varsity Boys Soccer vs Bob Jones at Oak Mtn 6:00 pm

Girls Varsity Soccer vs Bob Jones 7:30 pm

Boys Tennis Sectional Tournament @ Spain Park

 

 

Thursday

Girls Golf Sylacauga CC 3:00

Softball @ Chelsea 5:00

JV Track Championships @ Hewitt Trussville High 4:00

Varsity Baseball at Tusc. County 4:00 pm (DH)

JV Boys Soccer vs McAdory at Oak Mtn 6:00 pm

 

 

Friday

Varsity Boys Soccer at Houston/Collierville, TN (Friday 7pm & Saturday 1pm)

 

Saturday

Softball Hoover Classic

Girls Soccer Metro TBA

 

 

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April 19, 2016

 

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

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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 amcgowan@shelbyed.k12.al.us

 

Senior Class Banquet will be Thursday, May 12 from 6:30-8:30pm at Gabrella Manor. Links to directions and pictures can be found at http://www.gabrellamanor.com/

 

The cost is $40 and is due to Mr. Milton by Friday, April 29. NO MONEY WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THE DOOR. Checks may be made out to OMHS.

 

The 2016 Oak Mountain Jazz Band audition information is now posted online.  To access this information, please do the following:

 

– Visit www.charmsoffice.com

– Click “Enter/Login” in the top right corner

– Under the “Parents/Students/Members” login, enter the following school code: oakmountainband

– Click “Handouts & Files”

– Click the folder titled “2016 Jazz Band Auditions”

– There are two versions of the Word document available (.doc and .docx)

 

Any 8th through 11th grade student that plays saxophones, trombone, trumpet, piano, guitar, bass guitar, drum set, or vibraphone is invited to audition!  Students should record themselves completing the audition and email it to tbender@shelbyed.org no later than April 29, 2016.

 

The 18th Annual Athletic Booster Club Golf Tournament is on April 25th at 1:00 p.m. at Inverness Country Club. Registration info is on the attached flyer. Thank you for supporting OMHS Athletics.

 

The Shelby County School District has a new mobile app!  Download it for FREE to your iOS or Android devices from the Apple App store or Google Play.  Click the following link for more details about its features: http://podcasts.shelbyed.k12.al.us/scs-news/

 

The virtual parking and locker lines will be open for RISING Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors on February, 23 at 1:30 pm.  To access the virtual lines, please follow the links from the OMHS webpage after 1:30 on 2/23/16.  It will open April 26 for rising Freshmen.

 

For the virtual locker line, students will need their “s” number, which can be found on students’ transcript given to them this week by the guidance counselors.

 

For the virtual parking line:  (RISING Juniors and RISING Seniors ONLY)

  • Student “S” number
  • Tag Number
  • Make, Model, Color, and Year of Vehicle
  • VIN Number
  • Insurance Co for Vehicle
  • Owner’s Name and Number
  • Student’s Driver’s License Number (permit number if applicable, if neither please put date of birth)

 

If a student has not turned 16 by the time school begins, they can go ahead and sign up, and pay for parking at the beginning of the year.  They will not be allowed to get their parking decal or park on campus until their birthday.  Please put permit number instead of license number.  If the student does not have a permit yet, please enter the date of birth.

 

Don’t forget to check out The Eagle’s Eye online newspaper at www.omhseagleseye.com for all the latest news at OMHS.

 

GUIDANCE

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AllPencilsDown

JUNE ACT PREP Courses – Test Date June 11

JUNE CLASS A:

May 30-June 3

2:30-5:45 Daily

JUNE CLASS B:

June 5- June 9

2:30-5:45 Daily

EXTREME CLASS:

(students with score of 27or higher)

May 30-June 3

2:30-5:45 Daily

PLEASE REGISTER NOW TO SECURE A SPOT – CLASSES ARE FILLING QUICKLY! Registration is open at allpencilsdown.com.  Please call with questions or for help with registration 205-989-4356.

 

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.

 

Career Preparedness

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

 

FYI

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.

 

Registration is open for Henson Test Prep ACT classes preparing students for the national April ACT and the school based ACT for juniors.  Visit www.hensontestprep.com for more information and to register. Contact Amy Henson at hensontestprep@me.com or (205) 822-9466 if you have any questions.

 

ACT Prep Workshop

University of Montevallo

For interested upcoming SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS, AND SENIORS

May 31-June 3, 8:00 AM -12:00 PM

June 6-June 9, 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

COST: $125 per week

 

To register: www.montevallo.edu/academics/experiencelearning/

partnershipsoutreach/

 

The purpose of this camp is to equip students with content and test taking strategies to enable them to be better prepared for the ACT.

Materials provided will include test questions from the most previous ACT test bank.

 

For additional information, contact:

Kelli Holmes, Director

Office of Partnerships and Outreach

kholmes4@montevallo.edu

205.665.6077

 

GIVE ME FIVE OPPORTUNITIES

=========================================================

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 bswift@ucpbham.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 cdean@shelbyed.k12.al.us.

 

ATHLETICS

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Monday

Girls golf @ Goose Pond Colony 1:00 pm

Girls Tennis Sectional Tournament @ Spain Park

Boys Golf @ Cedar Ridge 8:00 am

Tuesday

Softball @ Hoover 5:00 – *Huge Area game

Varsity Baseball vs Tusc. Co. at Oak Mtn 5:00 pm

JV Boys Soccer vs. Helena at Oak Mtn 5:30 pm

Wednesday

Varsity Boys Soccer vs Bob Jones at Oak Mtn 6:00 pm

Girls Varsity Soccer vs Bob Jones 7:30 pm

Boys Tennis Sectional Tournament @ Spain Park

Thursday

Girls Golf Sylacauga CC 3:00

Softball @ Chelsea 5:00

JV Track Championships @ Hewitt Trussville High 4:00

Varsity Baseball at Tusc. County 4:00 pm (DH)

JV Boys Soccer vs McAdory at Oak Mtn 6:00 pm

Friday

Varsity Boys Soccer at Houston/Collierville, TN (Friday 7pm & Saturday 1pm)

Saturday

Softball Hoover Classic

Girls Soccer Metro TBA

 

 

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April 6, 2016

 

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

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April 11-14 we will run a LATE START SCHEDULE to accommodate the ASPIRE testing for our 10th graders. The ASPIRE is a measurement of what 10th grade students have learned up to this point in relation to the subject areas of the actual ACT.  This will give us information on how to better serve your child individually to prepare for the ACT. It is extremely important that every 10th grader take the test next week beginning at 7:40.

Students who are in the 9th, 11th, or 12th grades may report to school at 9:00 Monday through Thursday of next week.

All 10th graders should report to school by 7:40.

 

Senior Class Banquet will be Thursday, May 12 from 6:30-8:30 pm at Gabrella Manor. Links to directions and pictures can be found at http://www.gabrellamanor.com/

The cost is $40 and is due to Mr. Milton by Friday, April 29. NO MONEY WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THE DOOR. Checks may be made out to OMHS.

 

The induction ceremony for OMHS honor societies will be Monday, April 11 at 6:00 pm in the main gym. Please check with your honor society sponsor for more detailed information.

 

The 2016 Oak Mountain Jazz Band audition information is now posted online.  To access this information, please do the following:

– Visit www.charmsoffice.com

– Click “Enter/Login” in the top right corner

– Under the “Parents/Students/Members” login, enter the following school code: oakmountainband

– Click “Handouts & Files”

– Click the folder titled “2016 Jazz Band Auditions”

– There are two versions of the Word document available (.doc and .docx)

Any 8th through 11th grade student that plays saxophones, trombone, trumpet, piano, guitar, bass guitar, drum set, or vibraphone is invited to audition!  Students should record themselves completing the audition and email it to tbender@shelbyed.org no later than April 29, 2016.

 

The 18th Annual Athletic Booster Club Golf Tournament is on April 25th at 1:00 p.m. at Inverness Country Club. Registration info is on the attached flyer. Thank you for supporting OMHS Athletics.

 

The Shelby County School District has a new mobile app!  Download it for FREE to your iOS or Android devices from the Apple App store or Google Play.  Click the following link for more details about its features: http://podcasts.shelbyed.k12.al.us/scs-news/

 

Tickets are $50 per ticket ($100 a couple). Please see Mrs. Lemley should you have any questions.

 

The virtual parking and locker lines will be open for RISING Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors on February, 23 at 1:30 pm.  To access the virtual lines, please follow the links from the OMHS webpage after 1:30 on 2/23/16.  It will open April 26 for rising Freshmen.

 

For the virtual locker line, students will need their “s” number, which can be found on students’ transcript given to them this week by the guidance counselors.

For the virtual parking line:  (RISING Juniors and RISING Seniors ONLY)

  • Student “S” number
  • Tag Number
  • Make, Model, Color, and Year of Vehicle
  • VIN Number
  • Insurance Co for Vehicle
  • Owner’s Name and Number
  • Student’s Driver’s License Number (permit number if applicable, if neither please put date of birth)

If a student has not turned 16 by the time school begins, they can go ahead and sign up, and pay for parking at the beginning of the year.  They will not be allowed to get their parking decal or park on campus until their birthday.  Please put permit number instead of license number.  If the student does not have a permit yet, please enter the date of birth.

 

Attention juniors and seniors: Prom is April 16th at the Carriage House in Park Crest, Hoover, AL. This is a brand new and amazing facility, please make plans to attend! The theme is “The big easy…. and all that jazz” Tickets go on sale Monday, March 7 in the lunchroom. Tickets are $80 per couple if purchased before spring break and $100 after. See MRS. LEMLEY in room 304 if you have any questions.

 

Don’t forget to check out The Eagle’s Eye online newspaper at www.omhseagleseye.com for all the latest news at OMHS.

 

GUIDANCE

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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.

 

Career Preparedness

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

 

FYI

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.

 

The SouthWest Water Company will provide a $1,000 scholarship for a graduating high school senior who has been accepted to attend an accredited four-year college or university degree program with the intent to major in an environmental science, environmental engineering or general engineering curriculum. The deadline for submitting applications is April 22, 2016. Applications should be submitted by email to ebrad@bellsouth.net. Applications are located in the Guidance Center.

 

Registration is open for Henson Test Prep ACT classes preparing students for the national April ACT and the school based ACT for juniors.  Visit www.hensontestprep.com for more information and to register. Contact Amy Henson at hensontestprep@me.com or (205) 822-9466 if you have any questions.

 

ACT Prep Workshop

University of Montevallo

For interested upcoming SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS, AND SENIORS

May 31-June 3, 8:00 AM -12:00 PM

June 6-June 9, 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

COST: $125 per week

 

To register: www.montevallo.edu/academics/experiencelearning/

partnershipsoutreach/

 

The purpose of this camp is to equip students with content and test taking strategies to enable them to be better prepared for the ACT.

Materials provided will include test questions from the most previous ACT test bank.

 

For additional information, contact:

Kelli Holmes, Director

Office of Partnerships and Outreach

kholmes4@montevallo.edu

205.665.6077

 

 GIVE ME FIVE OPPORTUNITIES

=========================================================

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 cdean@shelbyed.k12.al.us.

 

ATHLETICS

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Monday          Girls V/JV Soccer (H)  vs Vestavia 5:00

Boys JV Baseball (H) vs Pell City 4:30 (DH)

 

Tuesday         Softball (H) vs Vestavia 5:00

Girls Tennis vs Helena at Heardmont Park4:15

Girls Golf at Timberline golf course 9:00

Varsity Baseball at Hoover (area) 6:00

Boys JV Baseball at Hoover 4:30

 

Wednesday    Boys Soccer 9th/JV/Varsity (H) vs Hoover 4:00/5:15/7:00

Boys Tennis vs Chelsea at Heardmont Park 3:15

 

Thursday        Girls V/JV Soccer at Hoover 5:00

Softball at T-County 5:00

Girls Tennis vs Vestavia at Heardmont 4:15

Girls Golf at Hoover CC 2:30

Varsity Baseball (H) vs Hoover (area) 4:00 (DH)

 

Friday            9th Boys Soccer at Hoover Tourney (TBA)

 

Saturday        Boys JV & Varsity (H) vs Mtn. Brook & Harrison, GA 2:00/6:00

Girls Varsity Soccer (H) vs Harrison, GA 4:00

 

 

 

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March 23, 2016

 

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

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The OMHS Girls Golf Team is 4 – 1 in match play with wins over Vestavia, Hewitt, Pelham and Oxford.

 

Congratulations!!! Boys Soccer won the Metro Tournament this past weekend.

 

Parents, please join us for a Parenting Summit on Substance Abuse Thursday, March 24 at 7:00 pm in the PAC.  It is for all parents with children of all ages from the Oak Mountain community.  The event is sponsored by the Drug Free Coalition, Shelby County Schools, Oak Mountain High School, The Drug Task Force, The Drug Education Council, and SAM. Clay Hammac will be sharing information on the current drug trends in Shelby County.  The more information we have the better able we are to help our children. Informational tables will be set up in the lobby from 6:30-7:00 for parents to come early for information and resources from Shelby County organizations.

 

The Shelby County School District has a new mobile app!  Download it for FREE to your iOS or Android devices from the Apple App store or Google Play.  Click the following link for more details about its features: http://podcasts.shelbyed.k12.al.us/scs-news/

 

Prom tickets can now be purchased online! Please go to http://www.preptix.com/oakmountain

 

Tickets are $40 per ticket ($80 a couple) until March25. After Spring break, ticket prices go up to $50 ($100 a couple) per ticket. Please see Mrs. Lemley should you have any questions.

 

The virtual parking and locker lines will be open for RISING Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors on February, 23 at 1:30 pm.  To access the virtual lines, please follow the links from the OMHS webpage after 1:30 on 2/23/16.  It will open April 26 for rising Freshmen.

 

For the virtual locker line, students will need their “s” number, which can be found on students’ transcript given to them this week by the guidance counselors.

 

For the virtual parking line:  (RISING Juniors and RISING Seniors ONLY)

  • Student “S” number
  • Tag Number
  • Make, Model, Color, and Year of Vehicle
  • VIN Number
  • Insurance Co for Vehicle
  • Owner’s Name and Number
  • Student’s Driver’s License Number (permit number if applicable, if neither please put date of birth)

 

If a student has not turned 16 by the time school begins, they can go ahead and sign up, and pay for parking at the beginning of the year.  They will not be allowed to get their parking decal or park on campus until their birthday.  Please put permit number instead of license number.  If the student does not have a permit yet, please enter the date of birth.

 

Attention juniors and seniors: Prom is April 16th at the Carriage House in Park Crest, Hoover, AL. This is a brand new and amazing facility, please make plans to attend! The theme is “The big easy…. and all that jazz” Tickets go on sale Monday, March 7 in the lunchroom. Tickets are $80 per couple if purchased before spring break and $100 after. See MRS. LEMLEY in room 304 if you have any questions.

 

SAVE THE DATE – APRIL 25th The Oak Mountain High School Athletic Booster Club invites you to participate in the 18th Annual Golf Tournament.  It will be held during the afternoon of Monday, April 25th at Inverness Country Club.  More information and details will come out at a later date.

 

Don’t forget to check out The Eagle’s Eye online newspaper at www.omhseagleseye.com for all the latest news at OMHS.

 

GUIDANCE

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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.

 

Career Preparedness

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

 

FYI

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.

 

The SouthWest Water Company will provide a $1,000 scholarship for a graduating high school senior who has been accepted to attend an accredited four-year college or university degree program with the intent to major in an environmental science, environmental engineering or general engineering curriculum. The deadline for submitting applications is April 22, 2016. Applications should be submitted by email to ebrad@bellsouth.net. Applications are located in the Guidance Center.

 

 

Registration is open for Henson Test Prep ACT classes preparing students for the national April ACT and the school based ACT for juniors.  Visit www.hensontestprep.com for more information and to register. Contact Amy Henson at hensontestprep@me.com or (205) 822-9466 if you have any questions.

 

 

ACT Prep Workshop

University of Montevallo

For interested upcoming SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS, AND SENIORS

May 31-June 3, 8:00 AM -12:00 PM

June 6-June 9, 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

COST: $125 per week

 

To register: www.montevallo.edu/academics/experiencelearning/

partnershipsoutreach/

 

The purpose of this camp is to equip students with content and test taking strategies to enable them to be better prepared for the ACT.

Materials provided will include test questions from the most previous ACT test bank.

 

For additional information, contact:

Kelli Holmes, Director

Office of Partnerships and Outreach

kholmes4@montevallo.edu

205.665.6077

 

 

GIVE ME FIVE OPPORTUNITIES

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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 cdean@shelbyed.k12.al.us.

 

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March 21, 2016

 

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

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Parents, please join us for a Parenting Summit on Substance Abuse Thursday, March 24 at 7:00 pm in the PAC.  It is for all parents with children of all ages from the Oak Mountain community.  The event is sponsored by the Drug Free Coalition, Shelby County Schools, Oak Mountain High School, The Drug Task Force, The Drug Education Council, and SAM. Clay Hammac will be sharing information on the current drug trends in Shelby County.  The more information we have the better able we are to help our children. Informational tables will be set up in the lobby from 6:30-7:00 for parents to come early for information and resources from Shelby County organizations.

 

The Shelby County School District has a new mobile app!  Download it for FREE to your iOS or Android devices from the Apple App store or Google Play.  Click the following link for more details about its features: http://podcasts.shelbyed.k12.al.us/scs-news/

 

Beginning Monday, March 7, Key Club will be collecting school supplies and books for children (4th, 5th, and 6th grades) to be donated to the Urban Kids Ministry. Books and supplies will be collected during 7th period from March 7 to March 23.

 

Prom tickets can now be purchased online! Please go to http://www.preptix.com/oakmountain

 

Tickets are $40 per ticket ($80 a couple) until March25. After Spring break, ticket prices go up to $50 ($100 a couple) per ticket. Please see Mrs. Lemley should you have any questions.

 

The virtual parking and locker lines will be open for RISING Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors on February, 23 at 1:30 pm.  To access the virtual lines, please follow the links from the OMHS webpage after 1:30 on 2/23/16.  It will open April 26 for rising Freshmen.

 

For the virtual locker line, students will need their “s” number, which can be found on students’ transcript given to them this week by the guidance counselors.

 

For the virtual parking line:  (RISING Juniors and RISING Seniors ONLY)

  • Student “S” number
  • Tag Number
  • Make, Model, Color, and Year of Vehicle
  • VIN Number
  • Insurance Co for Vehicle
  • Owner’s Name and Number
  • Student’s Driver’s License Number (permit number if applicable, if neither please put date of birth)

 

If a student has not turned 16 by the time school begins, they can go ahead and sign up, and pay for parking at the beginning of the year.  They will not be allowed to get their parking decal or park on campus until their birthday.  Please put permit number instead of license number.  If the student does not have a permit yet, please enter the date of birth.

 

 

Attention juniors and seniors: Prom is April 16th at the Carriage House in Park Crest, Hoover, AL. This is a brand new and amazing facility, please make plans to attend! The theme is “The big easy…. and all that jazz” Tickets go on sale Monday, March 7 in the lunchroom. Tickets are $80 per couple if purchased before spring break and $100 after. See MRS. LEMLEY in room 304 if you have any questions.

 

SAVE THE DATE – APRIL 25th The Oak Mountain High School Athletic Booster Club invites you to participate in the 18th Annual Golf Tournament.  It will be held during the afternoon of Monday, April 25th at Inverness Country Club.  More information and details will come out at a later date.

 

Don’t forget to check out The Eagle’s Eye online newspaper at www.omhseagleseye.com for all the latest news at OMHS.

 

GUIDANCE

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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.

 

Career Preparedness

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

FYI

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.

 

The SouthWest Water Company will provide a $1,000 scholarship for a graduating high school senior who has been accepted to attend an accredited four-year college or university degree program with the intent to major in an environmental science, environmental engineering or general engineering curriculum. The deadline for submitting applications is April 22, 2016. Applications should be submitted by email to ebrad@bellsouth.net. Applications are located in the Guidance Center.

 

Registration is open for Henson Test Prep ACT classes preparing students for the national April ACT and the school based ACT for juniors.  Visit www.hensontestprep.com for more information and to register. Contact Amy Henson at hensontestprep@me.com or (205) 822-9466 if you have any questions.

 

ACT Prep Workshop

University of Montevallo

For interested upcoming SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS, AND SENIORS

May 31-June 3, 8:00 AM -12:00 PM

June 6-June 9, 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

COST: $125 per week

 

To register: www.montevallo.edu/academics/experiencelearning/

partnershipsoutreach/

 

The purpose of this camp is to equip students with content and test taking strategies to enable them to be better prepared for the ACT.

Materials provided will include test questions from the most previous ACT test bank.

 

For additional information, contact:

Kelli Holmes, Director

Office of Partnerships and Outreach

kholmes4@montevallo.edu

205.665.6077

 

 

GIVE ME FIVE OPPORTUNITIES

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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 cdean@shelbyed.k12.al.us.

 

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March 10, 2016

 

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

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The third annual Oak Mountain Color Run will be held this Saturday, March 12, at Oak Mountain State Park! Today is the last day to sign up online. Walk-ups are welcome the day of the event. Registration for the race begins at 8am.

 

Please sign up or check out more information at www.oakmountaincolorrun.com . This event was started 3 years ago by two former students, Mandy Kelly and Mollie Shealy, to honor a grandparent each had that was impacted by cancer. All proceeds from the event go the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center.

 

The Shelby County School District has a new mobile app!  Download it for FREE to your iOS or Android devices from the Apple App store or Google Play.  Click the following link for more details about its features: http://podcasts.shelbyed.k12.al.us/scs-news/

 

Beginning Monday, March 7, Key Club will be collecting school supplies and books for children (4th, 5th, and 6th grades) to be donated to the Urban Kids Ministry. Books and supplies will be collected during 7th period from March 7 to March 23.

 

The baseball team is selling Boston butts and hams until March 14. If you would like to purchase one, please see a baseball player or place your order at the OMHS front office. Boston Butts are $35, hams are $45, and pints of sauce are $6 – all from Robertson’s BBQ in Tuscaloosa.

 

Prom tickets can now be purchased online! Please go to http://www.preptix.com/oakmountain

 

Tickets are $40 per ticket ($80 a couple) until March 25. After Spring break, ticket prices go up to $50 ($100 a couple) per ticket. Please see Mrs. Lemley should you have any questions.

 

The virtual parking and locker lines will be open for RISING Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors on February, 23 at 1:30 pm.  To access the virtual lines, please follow the links from the OMHS webpage after 1:30 on 2/23/16.  It will open April 26 for rising Freshmen.

 

For the virtual locker line, students will need their “s” number, which can be found on students’ transcript given to them this week by the guidance counselors.

 

For the virtual parking line:  (RISING Juniors and RISING Seniors ONLY)

  • Student “S” number
  • Tag Number
  • Make, Model, Color, and Year of Vehicle
  • VIN Number
  • Insurance Co for Vehicle
  • Owner’s Name and Number
  • Student’s Driver’s License Number (permit number if applicable, if neither please put date of birth)

 

If a student has not turned 16 by the time school begins, they can go ahead and sign up, and pay for parking at the beginning of the year.  They will not be allowed to get their parking decal or park on campus until their birthday.  Please put permit number instead of license number.  If the student does not have a permit yet, please enter the date of birth.

 

Attention juniors and seniors: Prom is April 16th at the Carriage House in Park Crest, Hoover, AL. This is a brand new and amazing facility, please make plans to attend! The theme is “The big easy…. and all that jazz” Tickets go on sale Monday, March 7 in the lunchroom. Tickets are $80 per couple if purchased before spring break and $100 after. See MRS. LEMLEY in room 304 if you have any questions.

 

SAVE THE DATE – APRIL 25th The Oak Mountain High School Athletic Booster Club invites you to participate in the 18th Annual Golf Tournament.  It will be held during the afternoon of Monday, April 25th at Inverness Country Club.  More information and details will come out at a later date.

 

Don’t forget to check out The Eagle’s Eye online newspaper at www.omhseagleseye.com for all the latest news at OMHS.

 

 

GUIDANCE

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The YWCA of Central Alabama is sponsoring PROM PALOOZA which is for high school students in need of a prom dress. The goal is to provide economically disadvantaged high school girls in our community a prom dress free of charge. Invitations to this event on March 19th are located in the guidance center with Mrs. Wade.  In order to receive a free dress, students must bring their invitation on the day of the event. If interested, please come by and see Mrs. Wade.

 

UA Early College invites students and parent(s) to learn about earning University of Alabama college credit while you are still in high school at a reception on Thursday, March 31, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. at Bryant Denny Stadium the North Zone Tuscaloosa, AL. Reserve your seat online by March 23rd at http://uaearlycollege.ua.edu/zone. 

 

The SouthWest Water Company will provide a $1,000 scholarship for a graduating high school senior who has been accepted to attend an accredited four-year college or university degree program with the intent to major in an environmental science, environmental engineering or general engineering curriculum. The deadline for submitting applications is April 22, 2016. Applications should be submitted by email to ebrad@bellsouth.net. Applications are located in the Guidance Center.

 

Registration is open for Henson Test Prep ACT classes preparing students for the national April ACT and the school based ACT for juniors.  Visit www.hensontestprep.com for more information and to register. Contact Amy Henson at hensontestprep@me.com or (205) 822-9466 if you have any questions.

 

ACT Prep Workshop

University of Montevallo

For interested upcoming SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS, AND SENIORS

May 31-June 3, 8:00 AM -12:00 PM

June 6-June 9, 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

COST: $125 per week

 

To register: www.montevallo.edu/academics/experiencelearning/

partnershipsoutreach/

 

The purpose of this camp is to equip students with content and test taking strategies to enable them to be better prepared for the ACT.

Materials provided will include test questions from the most previous ACT test bank.

 

For additional information, contact:

Kelli Holmes, Director

Office of Partnerships and Outreach

kholmes4@montevallo.edu

205.665.6077

 

 

The Herb Hanes- Bill Sparks Scholarship Fund– Must have participated in an athletic activity; accepted into a four year Alabama college; application which is located in the Guidance Center. Deadline is May 18, 2016. 

 

 

GIVE ME FIVE OPPORTUNITIES

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Looking for Give Me 5 Hours?  OMMS is hosting a Glow Run Thursday, March 10 and we need your help!  Volunteer for 2 hours up to 5 hours from 3:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 10.  The volunteer duties include painting faces, blowing up balloons, concessions, helping set up and take down tables, chairs, coolers, lights and banners.  There will be a volunteer check in table once you arrive at the OMMS track. Please check in 10-15 minutes before your shift to find out what specific job you will be responsible for and where to go.  Please email Rebecca Sandidge at becsandidge@bellsouth.net if you are interested in helping with the OMMS Glow Run.

 

Volunteers are needed to help with our 9th Annual Easter Egg Hunt. Help is needed from 9:00 a.m. until 2:30 p.m., March 26, 2016. Volunteers will need to arrive by 9:00 a.m. Activities that we will need help with are face painting, cake hop, placing out eggs, Easter Bunny, moonwalks, and more. If you would like to volunteer, please contact Emily at oakmountain.naturalist@dcnr.alabama.gov or 205-620-2520. We need to know by March 11, 2016.

 

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 cdean@shelbyed.k12.al.us.

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