Morning Announcements - Friday, February 21, 2020

Fri, 02/21/2020 - 12:10pm
  • The last day to withdraw from a semester two course without a W on your transcript is Tuesday, February 25th.

  • Mid-term exams must be made-up by Wednesday, February 26.  All exams not taken will be converted to E's on your report card.

  • Seniors: If you missed the first interest meeting for King of the Mill, it's not too late to participate. The final interest meeting will take place Wednesday, February 26 during Scorp Time in Ms. Bouvier's room. You don't want to miss out on this memorable Senior experience! Please see Ms. Bouvier if you have any questions or if you can't attend the meeting. 

  • Are you looking for a quiet place to study and get work done? Maybe a tutor to help you with some troublesome problems? A snack to help you concentrate? Come visit Scorpion Success Tuesdays in the Cafeteria and Thursdays in room 808 for general help and 704 for math help from 2:20-4:00. Drop ins are always welcomed!

  • Do you want to learn how to help a friend who might be struggling?  Would you like to know about resources that are available to help you and your friends? Attend the “Don’t Do Nothing” program on Wednesday, February 26.  A representative from Grassroots will share all this at this meeting after school on the 26th in room 410, Ms. Powell’s room.  Snacks will be provided.

  • Are you ready to take the next step and get your learners permit? The MVA Written Learners Permit test will be administered here at Oakland Mills on Tuesday, March 17, 2020 during 5th and 6th periods.  There are only 40 slots available for the test!! Participating students must be at least 15 years and 9 months old or older and must bring with them a valid student ID or an unexpired MD State ID.  Signed permission slips are due no later than Thursday, March 5, 2020.  Permission slips and your MVA Learners Permit Study Guide may be picked up in room 609.  Please see Ms. Filippelli for any questions.

  • The Columbia Association Spirit of Columbia Scholarship Award offers up to six $2,500 education awards to graduating high school seniors who exhibit exceptional efforts in providing community service to benefit Columbia residents and those in the Columbia area. Please see Mrs. DeMasi in Student Services for more information.

  • Oakland Mills High School is proud to announce the Oakland Mills Vincent James Award: The recipient of this award will earn a $1,500 scholarship and the award is decided based on the merit demonstrated in the nomination packet. Students applying must be graduating seniors attending a 2 or 4 year college or university. Please see Mrs. DeMasi in Student Services to obtain a nomination packet.  Your nomination packet is due to Ms. Hart in Student Services no later than Wednesday, April 1st. You may turn your packet in as soon as it is complete.