PTSA News - Friday, August 23, 2019

Fri, 08/23/2019 - 11:42am

FREE Dinner at Back-to-School-Night

Welcome & Welcome back to OMHS! The OMHS PTSA will host its annual cOMmUnity dinner just prior to Back to School night September 5, 2019 (Dinner-5pm, BTSN-6pm-8pm). Dinner is FREE, but we need YOU for cOMmUnity. We will hold a brief general meeting to approve the budget and hold elections for the office of the president. Become a member at BTSN & you'll be entered in a GIFT CARD drawing at the end of the evening!

PTSA Membership
Membership forms may be found at

Why PTA? "Who will be the voice for our kids?" Everyone can join.

- Volunteers Needed -

OMHS Student Services Office is in need of one or two parent volunteers, 1-2 days/week from 10:10-12:20 on an ongoing basis, so if there is anyone or two people that could commit to the standing times, that would be terrific, or four different people then they could alternate weeks. Stay tuned for a signupgenius link or contact Student Services.

Let's welcome our teachers & staff back to school! Go Scorps!
We invite our commUnity members, old & new, to please sign up at the link below. OMHS PTSA needs set-up & clean-up volunteers for the following:

  • Teacher's Lunch - Tue 8/27/2019 11:30am - 2:30pm
  • Back to School Night - Thu 9/5/2019

We Are OM…We Are Strongest Together!
Thank you!

A message from National PTA to Tell Your Member of Congress to Keep Our Children Safe from Gun Violence

Dear Advocate,

The gun violence epidemic continues to plague our nation’s communities, children and families. More must be done immediately to protect our nation’s most vulnerable populations. Time is of the essence and we ask that you send a letter to your Members of Congress urging them to enact sensible gun safety and violence prevention policies that will help keep children safe and sound.

All you need to do is click on the link below to send a letter to your Member of Congress. Thank you for your continued support to protect all children from gun violence.

National PTA is committed to federal efforts to protect children and youth from gun violence and believes Congress must enact legislation that will help prevent future tragedies from occurring while preserving the lawful use of firearms for sport and personal protection.