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College Cafe

The counseling department is working hard to support all of our senior class. We have set aside four specific days during PRIDE periods to support them in the areas of sending test scores, transcripts, creating college portals, registering for orientations, financial aid and so much more. Click for the flyer. If you have any questions please contact Mrs. Ferrer Flores or Ms. Mendiaz.
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SDG&E Notification of Work - Midway

Construction work is anticipated to start on approximately February 18, 2020 along Midway Drive, from Lincoln Avenue, south to Bear Valley Parkway, ending just south of Hwy 78/San Pasqual Valley Road. The work on those streets will take place between 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (restricted work hours may take place in certain areas based on City permit requirements). Total project completion expected in October 2020.
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Palomar Next Steps

On February 19th, there will be a Palomar College Application Workshop for SENIORS ONLY! The workshop will take place from 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM. Palomar staff will be helping out during this event. In addition, the annual Palomar field trip is scheduled for Mach 17th. Permission slips are available in the College & Career Center. Please click for a flyer.
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ELPAC Prep Saturday

The ELPAC is the first step in the reclassifying process and allows you to earn the CA State Seal of Biliteracy. The dates are February 8th & 22nd from 8am-12pm.
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LCAP Priorities Survey

The Escondido Union High School District values input from various stakeholders and uses this feedback throughout the development of the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP is a plan that describes the district's overall vision for student success and includes investment actions aimed at improving student outcomes. Responses are anonymous and we thank you in advance for taking time to respond. The survey will close on February 26th. Click for the links in English and Spanish.
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Hamilton Starts Today

Hamilton prep sessions start today! If you haven't heard, we are bringing 50 OGHS students to see Hamilton the Musical at the beautiful Pantages Theater in Hollywood! All OG students are able to participate as long as they 1. Complete the curriculum and 2. Create a short project based on their learnings. Juel Copeland and Jenner Vietch are available on Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:00-4:00 in Room 301 to help students with the curriculum and projects. So please send any interested students their way since this is a once in a lifetime opportunity!
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Leilani Fuentes Matches With Williams College!

Through QuestBridge National College Match, Leilani’s match to Williams College (15% acceptance rate) includes: cost of attendance (tuition/room & board/books) and travel expenses. Leilani is one of 1127 awardees in the nation this year for Questbridge! Please congratulate her!
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Spirit Week

Next week is a Spirit Week to build up to our MORP dance on Friday, 2/7. We also will have live DJs at each of our basketball games this Friday (Girls at 5:30 & Boys at 7). Click the link for the info on each spirit day.
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Check Your Mood Week - Student Presentations

Through the use of SOS Signs of Suicide® Prevention Curriculum San Diego Youth Services will be conducting a week long “Check your Mood” week on your campus to all 9th graders. In addition, the HERE Now program is working to support the school culture and environment to be preventive and proactive in educating all members of the school community regarding suicide prevention and identifying and working with individual students who may be struggling emotionally and/or engaging in self-destructive or otherwise risky behaviors.
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OG Teacher Featured in The Coast News

Inspired by his Mexican roots and family, Escondido native Aled Anaya said he’s been an artist for as long as he can remember. Anaya, 28, said he recalls his childhood being filled with outings that galvanized his craft, many of which can be viewed around San Diego County today. Read more by clicking...
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