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Parent Survey / Encuesta Para Padres

Do you think our school start time should be later? Make your voice heard by clicking here to complete a survey regarding school start time! The deadline is 5/3.
¿Crees que nuestra hora de inicio de la escuela debería ser más tarde? Haga que su voz sea escuchada haciendo clic aquí para completar una encuesta sobre la hora de inicio de la escuela. La fecha límite es 5/3.
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Event at Orange Glen this Saturday

The organization NFL Leagues United is looking to align with high school programs, together with the NFL Alumni Chapter they are hosting a Escondido community Wellness Football Camp from 10am-1pm for girls and boys ages 5-18 at Orange Glen High School.

There will be food, drinks, game trucks and laser tag. It is completely free but requires registration through nflalumniwellnesstour.eventbrite.com to accommodate numbers.
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Model UN

Liz Cassandra and Leo Rocio did an outstanding job at USD this Saturday and Sunday representing Iraq in the Model UN. More than 40 different schools from the county and one from Mexico are represented. They were assigned a country and had to research and develop a perspective of the country in discussing two resolutions. One of the resolutions focused on the threat of pneumonia as a result of the tsunami in the Philippines. The other focused on the protection of the Rohingya in Mynamar and the Citizens of Syria. Thanks to the Rotary Club for sponsoring us!
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Foreign Exchange Students at Orange Glen

Orange Glen welcomed 41 students and 3 chaperones who are visiting from Niigata Minami Super Science High School this week. Our Japanese visitors were here to participate in a cultural exchange experience with our students in their math and science classes.

On Friday, OGHS students joined Niigata students at the Safari Park and Beckman Center for Conservation Research to investigate Desert Tortoise Ecology.
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OGHS Students Volunteer at Annual Scrabble-thon Tournament

As a member of the Escondido Public Library Friends of Literacy Services Board informed OGHS that, "three young ladies were exceptional and many members were impressed with their work ethic and willingness to try new things." Aside from the volunteer duties, the students participated as players in the Amateur category and were able to meet Mayor Paul McNamara and Councilwoman Consuelo Martinez.
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Cake decorating

On Saturday morning our OG Baking and Pastry students visited Cute Cakes Bakery located on Grand Ave. for a cake decorating class! They had a lot of fun and learned a lot! How sweet it is to get to watch our students experience something like this!
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Upcoming Testing Calendar

Testing season is upon us. Attached is a calendar of all testing for Spring 2019 at OG. If you have any questions about the schedule, please contact Assistant Principal Jamie Lee at jlee@euhsd.org. Please encourage students to give their absolute best on the CAASPP exams this year – these scores will impact their ability to obtain the State Seal of Biliteracy, earn the Golden State Merit Seal, breeze into college level courses as “Ready”, and meet College Career Index metrics for various pathways.
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Panda Express Band Fundraiser

The Orange Glen High School Music Department and the Orange Glen Music Booster Association will be hosting another Panda Express fundraiser at the 1485 E. Valley Parkway location this Wednesday (3/27/19) from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Twenty percent (20%) of your bill will be donated to our music booster organization when the attached flyer is presented to the cashier. Please help our wonderful student musicians by enjoying some delicious food. We hope to see you there!
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Inspirational Student of the Month - Raul Chavez

Congratulations to our Inspirational Student of the Month, Raul Chavez. Raul was honored last night by the Escondido Union High School Board of Education for his tremendous tenacity and quiet determination to succeed in school despite numerous personal obstacles.

Raul was also recognized this morning by the Escondido Chamber of Commerce as OGHS’s Rising Star for the month of February. His speeches at both events were extremely heart-felt and very uplifting. Congratulations Raul!
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