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66 OGHS parents graduate from PIQE!

Congratulations to our very dedicated 66 parents/legal guardians who graduated from the Parent Institute for Quality Education (better known as PIQE) program. These group of parents/legal guardians participated in a eight consecutive weekly workshops where they learned about the high school system and college admission information, among many other school-related topics (CA dashboard, met with their children's counselors, etc). Some had perfect attendance, too, which reflected on a star printed on their certificate.
Each parent/legal guardian got a certificate and celebrated with their family members in attendance. A group of our OGHS's NJROTC students and a trio of talented OGHS musicians/singers also participated to recognize their efforts and commitment to their children's education and future. The PIQE graduation ceremony took place on the evening of Tuesday, November 12, 2019 in the PAC.
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Football Game 11/15

Big News! With a win last night over Tri-City Christian in Vista, we have secured the #4 seed in the Division 4 CIF San Diego playoffs, which means we will have a BYE next week, and we will be at HOME on Friday, 11/15 at 7PM against the winner of the Patrick Henry v. Del Norte game. This is huge - phenomenal! Please plan accordingly - let's fill the stands!
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FLAG Awards

Eight students from Escondido and Orange Glen High Schools were selected to receive FLAG awards at a ceremony held at the Santa Fe Depot in Escondido’s Grape Day Park. The Escondido History Center created the Future Legends Awards Group (FLAG) for outstanding seniors from Escondido high schools. Each award is presented to a senior in the name of, and in honor of, an Escondido Forever Legend.

Congratulations to EHS’ Juan Flores, Christina Garcia, Jacob Sauls, Sophia Bolevar, Lizzy Habib, and Kayla Carter and to OGHS’ Cael Patterson and Daniela Sanchez.
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Sandy Hook Promise

Our district, along with EUSD, charter schools, and private schools in the city, has partnered with Sandy Hook Promise. Sandy Hook Promise is an organization born from the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary and focused on stopping violence on school campuses. We will be participating in a program called “Say Something,” which seeks to empower students to tell a trusted adult or use the “Say Something” app if they are worried about shootings, violence, suicide, or other harmful acts. We will begin the rollout by showing all of our students a 30-minute long video during a special, extended PRIDE period on October 10th.
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Aloha From Hawaii: OG Football Team Wins 41-16!

We are all so proud of these young men, not only for the 41 to 16 victory in our football game, but how our players represented OGHS. We received countless comments from the locals regarding how well-behaved our students were. This trip was more than just a football game, it gave OG students an opportunity to enhance the reputation of our community and school.
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Questbridge Finalists

We have exciting news about two of our scholars here at OG. Leilani Fuentes and Matt Nguyen are finalists for the Questbridge scholarship. This is a prestigious scholarship for outstanding students. All their paperwork is due on Friday, so please encourage them!
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VOTE for CAEL

According to MaxPreps, Cael Patterson is listed as #9 in the NATION for rushing yards as a running back and #1 in the great state of California, and Julien Lesa is listed as #70 in the NATION for tackles as a linebacker and #8 in the state. Please click for links to vote!
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NJROTC Annual Military Inspection (AMI)

On Thursday, 7 November 2019, NJROTC will have its AMI on the Patriot football field from 7 to 9:30 am. This US Navy mandated inspection is used to ensure the program is effective and that standards for retention are being met. All facets of NJROTC, including, supply/inventory, administrative, academic, morale, and safety programs will be reviewed by our Area Manager. AMI remains the (yearly) cornerstone event for NJROTC, similar to a WASC visit. Attendance is MANDATORY for ALL Orange Glen NJROTC students as AMI (participation) is a major factor in their 1st semester grade.
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