Announcements - Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Wed, 05/15/2019 - 11:40am
  • So you think you can dance?  Auditions for the OMHS Dance Companies will be held TODAY, Wednesday, May 15th from 3-6pm and show the judges your best moves.  See Mrs. Tucci for an audition packet.

  • Hey OM! Do you like to listen to music? Soca, Raggaeton, or Hip Life or Kompa? Come explore the Caribbean Cultural Connection club after school Thursday, May 16, from 2:20-3pm  in room 102.

  • The VIBES group will be meeting after school this Thursday, May 16. in Ms. Collins Room.

  • All Girls that played a Spring sport need to turn in their sports locks to Coach Hewitt by Friday, May 17th.  If you do not return this lock, you will have a $5.00 obligation.

  • Seniors! Tickets for senior night are going fast! $25 includes dinner and bowling, but there are only 100 spots total! Tickets are on sale at lunches until the 20th. See Mrs. Bailer in room 208 with questions.

  • Howard County’s first-ever, student-led mental health forum will be held this Thursday evening, May 16th, from 7-8:30 at the Board of Education. This event, open to ALL middle and high school students.  There is a great lineup of activities to educate students about resources and supports present in our county regarding mental health while teaching a variety of methods to relieve stress. We, as a new generation of students, have the power to change our perception of Mental Health and create a more accepting and inclusive environment. This forum will also act as a safe space to start conversations about mental health. Students from around the county will have the opportunity to learn what different schools are doing to support mental health and to reduce the stigma associated with mental illness.

  • Are you 16 and ready to get your Learner's Permit? The MVA will be here at OM on Tuesday, June 4th to administer the written learner's permit test.  If you are interested, stop by room 609 to pick up your permission slip or see Ms. Filippelli.

  • Do you like music? Are you enrolled in at least one music class next year? If you answered yes to both questions, you should consider joining the Tri-M Music Honor Society. Tri-M is the only music honor society in the country, with 2,100 chapters across 50 states and 15 countries and more than 84,000 student members. If you enjoy school music, you need to be a part of Tri-M. See Mr. Heaton in the piano/tech lab (room 280) for more information.