We will begin the distribution of our beautiful Class of 2021 signs 5/27 after school. Seniors will have multiple opportunities to pick up their sign. These signs were designed by an OG student and created in our print shop. It will be so cool to see them displayed throughout the community. Students can stop into the office during school hours if they aren't on campus for classes. We will distribute signs up until graduation and can make special deliveries for those students who can't come to campus.
Tickets for our Spring Dance Show are officially on sale now at the cashier. Tickets are just $5 each and it’s all outdoor seating in the OG dance room courtyard. We are pretty limited on capacity so make sure to get your tickets early or you might miss out. There are shows at 5:30pm and 7:30 pm. Thanks for all of your support and we can’t wait to see you there!
Hey students! Please come fuel up with Student Nutrition Services: 1) CURBSIDE: Every MONDAY at EHS, OGHS and SPHS – 5-day meal kit pick up from 11-1 for anyone age 18 and under. 2) ON-CAMPUS: Tuesday through Friday no cost breakfast and lunch to all students.
We have set up a scholarship in Denise Yasukochi Beltran's name, and we are able to accept donations through the cashier. This year we will be looking at awarding it to a student that was positively impacted by Denise and is on their way to college after they graduate. We will accept nominations from teachers this year, and with the help of her family, we will decide on the recipient to be awarded at Senior Awards. Additional information can also be found on the OGHS Alumni Facebook page.
Congratulations to Celia Chamu and Leslee Soria for their incredible performance as delegates in the Model United Nations. Orange Glen is the only school in our district that has been participating in the Model United Nations. These two randomly selected the country of Ghana then had to research Ghana and the two resolutions that were presented.
These two young ladies worked arduously since November, have attended multiple training videos sponsored by the Rotary Club and did a fantastic job throughout the two day conference making speeches, working in caucus groups and learned many skills in how to compromise.
This week is Virtual Student Mental Health Week. Click for more information on events offered this week. Also, there is a parent presentation offered by California Association of School Counselors. This is a great resource offered for parents this week (May 13 from 4:00-5:00pm), to register visit the California Association of School Counselors website at https://www.schoolcounselor-ca.org/. The presentation is free!
There are many yearbook deadlines approaching. Senior photos and senior quotes must be submitted between 4/6 and 4/16, check your school email for more information. Senior Grad Ads are available now through May 15th, contact Ms. Young at email@example.com for information. Yearbooks can now be ordered online at www.yearbooksforever.com or with the cashier.