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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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Rising Star

Congratulations to our Rising Star for November, Danielle Ambriz. She was honored by the Escondido Chamber of Commerce this morning and is now in the running for a $1,000 scholarship. Many thanks to Amy Booth and Rachel Bronwyn for speaking on this remarkable young woman’s behalf.
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Check Your Mood Week - Parent Presentation 1/23

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. A presentation will be offered for their parents and guardians. SOS focuses on preventing suicide by educating youth and their families on the risk factors of suicide and to reduce the stigma around seeking help for themselves or others.
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OG Future Lawyers Get Money

Orange Glen Future Laywers Club won a full Mock Trial Scholarship to compete in the four round competition at the Federal Superior Court downtown in February and we have received preliminary approval for another grant. We will be the first team out of Escondido to compete. OG, as always, continues to make a way and break through barriers for our students.

Mock Trial practices are well under way and our OG Future Lawyers have three federal attorneys that we will be working with regularly this year. We will be one of 30 schools competing this year.
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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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Family Math Night

Join us for a night of hands-on crafts, puzzles, games, and experiments that is fun for all ages! Snacks will be provided and there will be a prize raffle so bring the whole family along. Sign-up today... don't miss out!
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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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