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Orange GlenHigh School

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Distance Learning Continuing

Distance Learning will continue through the end of the school year. To access the Distance Learning options provided by our staff either visit the Distance Learning page or click for more information. For technical support, please call (760) 291-3030.
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Weekend Meal Service

Families will be able to pick up 4 meals for the weekend, in addition to their 2 meals, every Friday. Weekend meals are available for pick up during regular hours of operation on Fridays 11am–12pm
at: San Pasqual High School, Orange Glen High School, & Escondido High School. Please click for more information.
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Principal Survey

Dear Patriot Families, we hope you are doing well and staying safe at home during this time. You are invited to contribute to the OGHS principal selection process by providing feedback via this survey - the survey can be taken in English or Spanish. Thank you for taking the time to give us your feedback to help with the principal selection process. Take good care and go patriots!
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Class of 2020 - Lawn Sign Drive Through

We have OGHS Class of 2020 lawn signs and we would like to get them out to seniors as quickly as possible. There are two ways you can receive your sign: 1) The OGHS Drive Through Event Tuesday, May 12th from 9:00 – 10:30 am in the front of OGHS. 2) Hand-Delivered Signs starting this afternoon, Monday, May 11th. If your sign today is not hand-delivered today, please come tomorrow to our drive through, if you are able. If not, we will continue delivering signs to each seniors home until the end of this week.
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Yearbook Information

The year isn't over yet! Don't forget to buy your yearbook using this link www.yearbookforever.com. Also, buy your grad ad: www.yearbookforever.com, and then click on the Grad Ad option.
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Undocumented Immigrant Resource

The SDRIC has launched the SDIRC Immigrant Relief Fund to provide grants of up to $500 to undocumented immigrants in San Diego County who have lost all or part of their income due to the coronavirus pandemic, along with other emergencies that may arise in the future.
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