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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Important Dates & Reminders

Friday, May 26 – Seniors Last Day!

Friday, May 26 – Senior Awards Assembly 8:00 am

Friday, May 26 – 1/2 Day of school

Monday, May 29 – Memorial Day – NO SCHOOL

Thursday, June 1 – Fusion Graduation – 6:30 pm in the Auditorium

June 4 – Graduation @ LC Walker Arena – 2:00 pm

Friday, June 9 – EXAMS – 1/2 Day

Monday, June 12 – EXAMS – 1/2 Day

Tuesday, June 13 – EXAMS – 1/2 Day/LAST DAY!!!

 

FRIDAY 5/26/2017

Mr. Wood’s Economics Class will begin next Fall inviting Trade Representatives to come into our Library – just like the College Reps – to share with you what it’s like to learn an Apprenticeship – and a career in the Trades.  Please join us for Trade Visit #1 on Wednesday June 7 during Sixth Hour – Kaleb Kerkstra OHS Class of 2015 shares what his life is like as an Electrician’s Apprentice. Open to 10th and 11th graders.  Please sign up at the Counseling office.

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS 

The Eagle JV Baseball team beat Fruitport last night 5-2.  Austin Fairchild and Will Scraver both went 2 for 3 with a walk while Dylan Coffman went 1 for 2 with a walk.  Kolbe Stewart pitched a complete game and got the win on the mound.  The Eagles finish the year 14 and7.  Great Season guys! 

There will be open gym for girls basketball every Sunday till school is done 7-8:30.  Except Memorial Day weekend!


 

TUESDAY 5/23/2017

Attention Juniors:  There will be a junior class meeting during 1st hour on Wednesday.

Seniors; Caps and gowns may be picked up in the office.

Seniors please stop by Mr. Parker’s room and place open house information on the class list.

If you feel you have perfect attendance for the 2016-2017 school year, please sign up in the office.  The deadline for signing up is 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 24th.

Spirit shirts will be sold during lunch this week for next year.  The designs for each class shirt are posted outside of room 104 if you want to take a sneak peak before you purchase your shirt.  The cost per shirt is $10.  Cash or checks made out to Oakridge Public Schools are accepted.

Mr. Wood’s Economics Class will begin next Fall inviting Trade Representatives to come into our Library – just like the College Reps – to share with you what it’s like to learn an Apprenticeship – and a career in the Trades.  Please join us for Trade Visit #1 on Wednesday June 7 during Sixth Hour – Kaleb Kerkstra OHS Class of 2015 shares what his life is like as an Electrician’s Apprentice. Open to 10th and 11th graders.  Please sign up at the Counseling office.

Attention seniors; The senior mystery trip is coming soon.  It is June 14th.  If you haven’t already signed up to attend, the cost is $50.  If you are interested, be sure to pick up a form from Mrs. Scott in the Counseling Center.  Once the seats are full on the bus, there will no longer be any sign ups – so pick up your form right away.

 

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS 

There will be open gym for girls basketball every Sunday till school is done 7-8:30.  Except Memorial Day weekend!


 

FRIDAY 5/19/2017

Oakridge Choirs Presents Pops Concert 2017:   We Are Family.  Sunday May 21st 4 pm.  Oakridge Middle School Auditorium.  Concert Tickets: $3

Attention Juniors:  There will be a junior class meeting during 1st hour on Wednesday.

Seniors; Caps and gowns may be picked up in the office beginning Monday.

If you feel you have perfect attendance for the 2016-2017 school year, please sign up in the office.  The deadline for signing up is 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 24th.

Spirit shirts will be sold during lunch next week for next year.  The designs for each class shirt are posted outside of room 104 if you want to take a sneak peak before you purchase your shirt.  The cost per shirt is $10.  Cash or checks made out to Oakridge Public Schools are accepted.

Mr. Wood’s Economics Class will begin next Fall inviting Trade Representatives to come into our Library – just like the College Reps – to share with you what its like to learn an Apprenticeship – and a career in the Trades.  Please join us for Trade Visit #1 on Wednesday June 7 during Sixth Hour – Kaleb Kerkstra OHS Class of 2015 shares what his life is like as an Electrician’s Apprentice. Open to 10th and 11th graders.  Please sign up at the Counseling office.

Prom pictures can be picked up in the office.

Attention seniors; The senior mystery trip is coming soon.  It is June 14th.  If you haven’t already signed up to attend, the cost is $50.  If you are interested, be sure to pick up a form from Mrs. Scott in the Counseling Center.  Once the seats are full on the bus, there will no longer be any sign ups – so pick up your form right away.

Seniors attending MCC in the fall:   You will be going to MCC for the day with Mr. Frechen on Monday, May 22nd.  You must view Mr. Frechen’s Schoology post for all the details of the visit, and what you need to bring with you.  Please pick up a permission slip from the counseling center and return it to him or slide it under his door by 8:00 a.m. Monday, May 22nd.

Attention Seniors:  There will be an important senior class meeting during the 1st half of 1st hour and the 2nd half of 5th hour on Tuesday, May 23rd, about graduation!

Learn all about an alternative career choice – as a crew member on a  Great Lakes freighter — by attending the FREE Maritime Career Day, including a tour of a ship, at the Mart Dock (on the water, where the LST 393 is docked, across from Walker Arena).  This is a great opportunity to learn about a career path in the maritime field.  The event is Wed, May 24th, 2017, from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.  Reservations are required.  Please RSVP by Monday, May 22nd or send any questions to kmcdermott@sandproductscorp.com or 231-722-6691.  See flyer for more details.  See Mr. Patton if interested.

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS

There will be open gym for girls basketball every Sunday till school is done 7-8:30.  Except Memorial Day weekend!

Volleyball pre-season meeting for next fall in room 114 on May 22nd.


 

WEDNESDAY 5/17/2017

Seniors; Caps and gowns may be picked up in the office beginning Monday.

If you feel you have perfect attendance for the 2016-2017 school year, please sign up in the office.  The deadline for signing up is 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 24th.

Spirit shirts will be sold during lunch next week for next year.  The designs for each class shirt are posted outside of room 104 if you want to take a sneak peak before you purchase your shirt.  The cost per shirt is $10.  Cash or checks made out to Oakridge Public Schools are accepted.

For those who applied to student council for next year, please check your email again before Friday.  There are some applicants who have received a second email.

There will be an NHS meeting in the Read A Latte Café on Friday during SSR.

Prom pictures can be picked up in the office.

Attention seniors; The senior mystery trip is coming soon.  It is June 14th.  If you haven’t already signed up to attend, the cost is $50.  If you are interested, be sure to pick up a form from Mrs. Scott in the Counseling Center.  Once the seats are full on the bus, there will no longer be any sign ups – so pick up your form right away.

Seniors attending MCC in the fall:   You will be going to MCC for the day with Mr. Frechen on Monday, May 22nd.  You must view Mr. Frechen’s Schoology post for all the details of the visit, and what you need to bring with you.  Please pick up a permission slip from the counseling center and return it to him or slide it under his door by 8:00 a.m. Monday, May 22nd.

Attention Seniors:  There will be an important senior class meeting during the 1st half of 1st hour and the 2nd half of 5th hour on Tuesday, May 23rd, about graduation!

Learn all about an alternative career choice – as a crew member on a  Great Lakes freighter — by attending the FREE Maritime Career Day, including a tour of a ship, at the Mart Dock (on the water, where the LST 393 is docked, across from Walker Arena).  This is a great opportunity to learn about a career path in the maritime field.  The event is Wed, May 24th, 2017, from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.  Reservations are required.  Please RSVP by Monday, May 22nd or send any questions to kmcdermott@sandproductscorp.com or 231-722-6691.  See flyer for more details.  See Mr. Patton if interested.

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS 

There will be open gym for girls basketball every Sunday till school is done 7-8:30.  Except Memorial Day weekend!

Volleyball pre-season meeting for next fall in room 114 on May 22nd.

The Oakridge Boys track team had a successful conference meet yesterday with the following competitors receiving all conference honors by winning their events:  Andrew Dial, Tylor Carmean, Kyle Messerschmidt, Marcus Stewart, Adam Meyers, and Alex Shoop.

The JV baseball team swept Ravenna last night 6-0 and 7-0.  Austin Fairchild pitched a one hitter in game one, while Kolbe Stewart and Tyler Carlson combined to pitch a three hitter in game 2.  Peyton Young and Jacob Barber both went 2 for 3 in game 2.  The JV baseball Eagles take on Reeths Puffer this Friday at home at 4:15.  Congratulations guys!


 

TUESDAY 5/16/2017

Seniors; Caps and gowns may be picked up in the office beginning Monday.

If you feel you have perfect attendance for the 2016-2017 school year, please sign up in the office.  The deadline for signing up is 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 24th.

Spirit shirts will be sold during lunch next week for next year.  The designs for each class shirt are posted outside of room 104 if you want to take a sneak peak before you purchase your shirt.  The cost per shirt is $10.  Cash or checks made out to Oakridge Public Schools are accepted.

Attention students who applied to be part of student council next year, please check your school email for a letter of acceptance.  There will be important information you will need by Thursday May 18th if you were accepted.  Any questions, please see Ms. Hartsuff in room 104 in the high school.

Attention Students:  The math equation of the week is:  1 free NHS tutor + 1 free drink = a better math grade.  Stop by the Read a Latte café Wednesday after school to complete the equation.

There will be an NHS meeting in the Read A Latte Café on Friday during SSR.

We have information on a part time clean up job at a Pallet company for a student who is 16 or older.  If you are interested please see Mrs. Gale in the office.

Prom pictures can be picked up in the office.

Attention seniors; The senior mystery trip is coming soon.  It is June 14th.  If you haven’t already signed up to attend, the cost is $50.  If you are interested, be sure to pick up a form from Mrs. Scott in the Counseling Center.  Once the seats are full on the bus, there will no longer be any sign ups – so pick up your form right away.

Seniors attending MCC in the fall:   You will be going to MCC for the day with Mr. Frechen on Monday, May 22nd.  You must view Mr. Frechen’s Schoology post for all the details of the visit, and what you need to bring with you.  Please pick up a permission slip from the counseling center and return it to him or slide it under his door by Wednesday, May 17th.

Attention Seniors:  There will be an important senior class meeting during the 1st half of 1st hour and the 2nd half of 5th hour on Monday, May 22nd, about graduation!

Learn all about an alternative career choice – as a crew member on a  Great Lakes freighter — by attending the FREE Maritime Career Day, including a tour of a ship, at the Mart Dock (on the water, where the LST 393 is docked, across from Walker Arena).  This is a great opportunity to learn about a career path in the maritime field.  The event is Wed, May 24th, 2017, from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.  Reservations are required.  Please RSVP by Monday, May 22nd or send any questions to kmcdermott@sandproductscorp.com or 231-722-6691.  See flyer for more details.  See Mr. Patton if interested.

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS 

There will be open gym for girls basketball every Sunday till school is done 7-8:30.  Except Memorial Day weekend!

Volleyball pre-season meeting for next fall in room 114 on May 22nd.


 

MONDAY 5/15/2017

Seniors, Building a Better World Scholarship Entries are due to be e-mailed to Mr. Wood by 11:59 p.m tonight.

Attention students who applied to be part of student council next year, please check your school email for a letter of acceptance.  There will be important information you will need by Thursday May 18th if you were accepted.  Any questions, please see Ms. Hartsuff in room 104 in the high school.

Attention Students:  The math equation of the week is:  1 free NHS tutor + 1 free drink = a better math grade.  Stop by the Read a Latte café Wednesday after school to complete the equation.

There will be an NHS meeting in the Read A Latte Café on Friday during SSR.

We have information on a part time clean up job at a Pallet company for a student who is 16 or older.  If you are interested please see Mrs. Gale in the office.

Prom pictures can be picked up in the office.

Four Oakridge Students participated in the Michigan Industrial and Technology Education Society (MITES) with the Muskegon Area Career Tech Center.  Wesley Delora earned first place in Mating Moving Parts; Kyle Milliron took second place for Architectural Topographic Map and third place for Architectural Presentation, Brandon Rusco took second place in Machine Crafts; and Anthony Lock took fifth place in Architectural Presentation.  Awesome job and congratulations!

Attention seniors; The senior mystery trip is coming soon.  It is June 14th.  If you haven’t already signed up to attend, the cost is $50.  If you are interested, be sure to pick up a form from Mrs. Scott in the Counseling Center.  Once the seats are full on the bus, there will no longer be any sign ups – so pick up your form right away.

Seniors attending MCC in the fall:   You will be going to MCC for the day with Mr. Frechen on Monday, May 22nd.  You must view Mr. Frechen’s Schoology post for all the details of the visit, and what you need to bring with you.  Please pick up a permission slip from the counseling center and return it to him or slide it under his door by Wednesday, May 17th.

Attention Seniors:  There will be an important senior class meeting during the 1st half of 1st hour and the 2nd half of 5th hour on Monday, May 22nd, about graduation!

Attention Seniors:   Last call for your senior picture for the yearbook!  If you do not submit a senior picture your ID picture taken at the beginning of the school year will go into the yearbook.  If you are not sure if your picture was already submitted stop in the library, we can double check for you!  Thanks!

Learn all about an alternative career choice – as a crew member on a  Great Lakes freighter — by attending the FREE Maritime Career Day, including a tour of a ship, at the Mart Dock (on the water, where the LST 393 is docked, across from Walker Arena).  This is a great opportunity to learn about a career path in the maritime field.  The event is Wed, May 24th, 2017, from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.  Reservations are required.  Please RSVP by Monday, May 22nd or send any questions to kmcdermott@sandproductscorp.com or 231-722-6691.  See flyer for more details.  See Mr. Patton if interested.

 

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS 

There will be open gym for girls basketball every Sunday till school is done 7-8:30.  Except Memorial Day weekend!

Volleyball pre-season meeting for next fall in room 114 on May 22nd.


 

FRIDAY 5/12/2017

We have information on a part time clean up job at a Pallet company for a student who is 16 or older.  If you are interested please see Mrs. Gale in the office.

Seniors this coming Monday, May 15th is Decision Day during 6th hour.  Please remember to be at school this day.

Prom pictures can be picked up in the office.

Four Oakridge Students participated in the Michigan Industrial and Technology Education Society (MITES) with the Muskegon Area Career Tech Center.  Wesley Delora earned first place in Mating Moving Parts; Kyle Milliron took second place for Architectural Topographic Map and third place for Architectural Presentation, Brandon Rusco took second place in Machine Crafts; and Anthony Lock took fifth place in Architectural Presentation.  Awesome job and congratulations!

Attention seniors; The senior mystery trip is coming soon.  It is June 14th.  If you haven’t already signed up to attend, the cost is $50.  If you are interested, be sure to pick up a form from Mrs. Scott in the Counseling Center.  Once the seats are full on the bus, there will no longer be any sign ups – so pick up your form right away.

Seniors attending MCC in the fall:   You will be going to MCC for the day with Mr. Frechen on Monday, May 22nd.  You must view Mr. Frechen’s Schoology post for all the details of the visit, and what you need to bring with you.  Please pick up a permission slip from the counseling center and return it to him or slide it under his door by Wednesday, May 17th.

Attention Seniors:  There will be an important senior class meeting during the 1st half of 1st hour and the 2nd half of 5th hour on Monday, May 22nd, about graduation!

Attention Seniors:   Last call for your senior picture for the yearbook!  If you do not submit a senior picture your ID picture taken at the beginning of the school year will go into the yearbook.  If you are not sure if your picture was already submitted stop in the library, we can double check for you!  Thanks!

Learn all about an alternative career choice – as a crew member on a  Great Lakes freighter — by attending the FREE Maritime Career Day, including a tour of a ship, at the Mart Dock (on the water, where the LST 393 is docked, across from Walker Arena).  This is a great opportunity to learn about a career path in the maritime field.  The event is Wed, May 24th, 2017, from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.  Reservations are required.  Please RSVP by Monday, May 22nd or send any questions to kmcdermott@sandproductscorp.com or 231-722-6691.  See flyer for more details.  See Mr. Patton if interested.

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS 

There will be open gym for girls basketball every Sunday till school is done 7-8:30.  Except Memorial Day weekend!

Volleyball pre-season meeting for next fall in room 114 on May 22nd.


 

THURSDAY 5/11/2017

Student council applications for the 2017-2018 school year can be picked up in room 104 or the office.  Applications are due no later than Friday, May 12th at 3:00 to Ms. Hartsuff in room 104.

Learn all about an alternative career choice – as a crew member on a  Great Lakes freighter — by attending the FREE Maritime Career Day, including a tour of a ship, at the Mart Dock (on the water, where the LST 393 is docked, across from Walker Arena).  This is a great opportunity to learn about a career path in the maritime field.  The event is Wed, May 24th, 2017, from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.  Reservations are required.  Please RSVP by Monday, May 22nd or send any questions to kmcdermott@sandproductscorp.com or 231-722-6691.  See flyer for more details.  See Mr. Patton if interested.

If you want to be the first to know what next year’s Spring Musical will be and would love a half-hour of non-stop laughs to go along with it, don’t miss the Drama Club’s final production of the year.  “The Director” is a hilarious one-act comedy about a drama club who loses funding and must perform three shows at once under the lead of three psychotic directors.  Tickets are just $2 for the one and only showing tonight, May 11th at 7 p.m.  See you there!

Seniors attending MCC in the fall:   You will be going to MCC for the day with Mr. Frechen on Monday, May 22nd.  You must view Mr. Frechen’s Schoology post for all the details of the visit, and what you need to bring with you.  Please pick up a permission slip from the counseling center and return it to him or slide it under his door by Wednesday, May 17th.

Seniors:  Monday, May 15th is Decision Day during 6th hour.  Please remember to be at school this day!

Attention Seniors:  There will be an important senior class meeting during the 1st half of 1st hour and the 2nd half of 5th hour on Monday, May 22nd, about graduation!

Attention Seniors:   Last call for your senior picture for the yearbook!  If you do not submit a senior picture your ID picture taken at the beginning of the school year will go into the yearbook.  If you are not sure if your picture was already submitted stop in the library, we can double check for you!  Thanks!

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS 

There will be open gym for girls basketball every Sunday till school is done 7-8:30.  Except Memorial Day weekend!

Volleyball pre-season meeting for next fall in room 114 on May 22nd.


 

WEDNESDAY 5/10/2017

Learn all about an alternative career choice – as a crew member on a  Great Lakes freighter — by attending the FREE Maritime Career Day, including a tour of a ship, at the Mart Dock (on the water, where the LST 393 is docked, across from Walker Arena).  This is a great opportunity to learn about a career path in the maritime field.  The event is Wed, May 24th, 2017, from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.  Reservations are required.  Please RSVP by Monday, May 22nd or send any questions to kmcdermott@sandproductscorp.com or 231-722-6691.  See flyer for more details.  See Mr. Patton if interested.

If you want to be the first to know what next year’s Spring Musical will be and would love a half-hour of non-stop laughs to go along with it, don’t miss the Drama Club’s final production of the year.  “The Director” is a hilarious one-act comedy about a drama club who loses funding and must perform three shows at once under the lead of three psychotic directors.  Tickets are just $2 for the one and only showing this Thursday, May 11th at 7 p.m.  See you there!

Student council applications for the 2017-2018 school year can be picked up in room 104 or the office.  Applications are due no later than this Friday, May 12th at 3:00 to Ms. Hartsuff in room 104.

Seniors:  Monday, May 15th is Decision Day during 6th hour.  Please remember to be at school this day!

Attention Seniors:  There will be an important senior class meeting during the 1st half of 1st hour and the 2nd half of 5th hour on Monday, May 22nd, about graduation!

Attention Seniors:   Last call for your senior picture for the yearbook!  If you do not submit a senior picture your ID picture taken at the beginning of the school year will go into the yearbook.  If you are not sure if your picture was already submitted stop in the library, we can double check for you!  Thanks!

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Koleman Wall picked up the West Michigan Conference win and TJ Ruel got the save in game one of the double header against Montague 5-3.  Hunter Jennings scored two runs and drove in one.  Morgan Meinders and Blake Masterman also had RBI’s.  Brandon Wilde added a run scoring double in the seventh to add an insurance to finish our Eagle scoring.  Nick Stever had two doubles and was 2 for 3 for the Wildcats.

TJ Ruel pitched his way to a game two win against the Wildcats and Jaxon Fri closed it for the save.   The Eagles sent 7 hitters to the plate in the first inning and scored four. Koleman Wall had a double in the first inning to drive in a run and Blake Masterman followed with a double 3 batters later to drive in two.  Masterman and Jalen Hughes had two hits each for the Eagles.  Nick Stever was 2 for 3 with a run scored for the Wildcats.

There will be open gym for girls basketball every Sunday till school is done 7-8:30.  Except Memorial Day weekend!

Volleyball pre-season meeting for next fall in room 114 on May 22nd.


 

TUESDAY 5/9/2017

If you want to be the first to know what next year’s Spring Musical will be and would love a half-hour of non-stop laughs to go along with it, don’t miss the Drama Club’s final production of the year.  “The Director” is a hilarious one-act comedy about a drama club who loses funding and must perform three shows at once under the lead of three psychotic directors.  Tickets are just $2 for the one and only showing this Thursday, May 11th at 7 p.m.  See you there!

This week’s Wednesday math tutoring is in the cafeteria due to the teacher’s meeting in the library.  If you need help with your math class stop by and an NHS tutor will help you!

Student council applications for the 2017-2018 school year can be picked up in room 104 or the office.  Applications are due no later than this Friday, May 12th at 3:00 to Ms. Hartsuff in room 104.

Seniors:  Monday, May 15th is Decision Day during 6th hour.  Please remember to be at school this day!

Attention Seniors:  There will be an important senior class meeting during the 1st half of 1st hour and the 2nd half of 5th hour on Monday, May 22nd, about graduation!

Attention Seniors:   Last call for your senior picture for the yearbook!  If you do not submit a senior picture your ID picture taken at the beginning of the school year will go into the yearbook.  If you are not sure if your picture was already submitted stop in the library, we can double check for you!  Thanks!

 

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS 

There will be open gym for girls basketball every Sunday till school is done 7-8:30.  Except Memorial Day weekend!

Volleyball pre-season meeting for next fall in room 114 on May 22nd.


 

MONDAY 5/8/2017

The Select choir sang beautifully at the MSVMA State Choir Festival on Friday!  They received a division 1 rating!  Congratulation!

Seniors:  Monday, May 15th is Decision Day during 6th hour.  Please remember to be at school this day!

This week’s Wednesday math tutoring is in the cafeteria due to the teacher’s meeting in the library.  If you need help with your math class stop by and an NHS tutor will help you!

Attention Seniors:  There will be an important senior class meeting during the 1st half of 1st hour and the 2nd half of 5th hour on Monday, May 22nd, about graduation!

Attention Seniors:   Last call for your senior picture for the yearbook!  If you do not submit a senior picture your ID picture taken at the beginning of the school year will go into the yearbook.  If you are not sure if your picture was already submitted stop in the library, we can double check for you!  Thanks!

Student council applications for the 2017-2018 school year can be picked up in room 104 or the office.  Applications are due no later than this Friday, May 12th at 3:00 to Ms. Hartsuff in room 104.

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Congratulations to the Varsity softball team for winning their 2nd consecutive County championship on Saturday.  Outstanding Team effort by everyone to accomplish this championship.  Their record now stands at 19 and 1 with two big doubleheaders this week against Montague and Grand Haven.

There will be open gym for girls basketball every Sunday till school is done 7-8:30.  Except Memorial Day weekend!

Volleyball pre-season meeting for next fall in room 114 on May 22nd.


 

FRIDAY 5/5/2017

Attention Seniors:  There will be an important senior class meeting during the 1st half of 1st hour and the 2nd half of 5th hour on Monday, May 22nd, about graduation!

Attention Seniors:   Last call for your senior picture for the yearbook!  If you do not submit a senior picture your ID picture taken at the beginning of the school year will go into the yearbook.  If you are not sure if your picture was already submitted stop in the library, we can double check for you!  Thanks!

Do you like to organize events, be creative, come up with new ideas, and work well with others? Are you a driven person who wants to find another way to be a part of your school community? Student council is looking for prospective members to be a part of next year’s council! If you feel you fit this description, please be on the look -out for applications next week. Applications can be picked up in room 104 starting May 8 and are due no later than 3:00 the following Friday May 12.


 

THURSDAY 5/4/2017

Attention Seniors;  Last call for your senior picture for the yearbook!  If you do not submit a senior picture your ID picture taken at the beginning of the school year will go into the yearbook.  If you are not sure if your picture was already submitted stop in the library, we can double check for you!  Thanks!

There will be a parent meeting in the media center Thursday evening at 6 pm for those students interested in the 2019 Europe trip.  If you would like more information, please see Mrs. Carlson or Mr. Taylor in the HS.  Additional flyers and packets can be found in the MS or HS office.  The trip is open to all 7th through 10th graders.

Do you like to organize events, be creative, come up with new ideas, and work well with others? Are you a driven person who wants to find another way to be a part of your school community? Student council is looking for prospective members to be a part of next year’s council! If you feel you fit this description, please be on the look -out for applications next week. Applications can be picked up in room 104 starting May 8 and are due no later than 3:00 the following Friday May 12.


 

WEDNESDAY 5/3/2017

Free math tutoring is available at the Read a Latte Café Wednesday after school.  Solve all your math problems while enjoying a free beverage.

There will be a parent meeting in the media center Thursday evening at 6 pm for those students interested in the 2019 Europe trip.  If you would like more information, please see Mrs. Carlson or Mr. Taylor in the HS.  Additional flyers and packets can be found in the MS or HS office.  The trip is open to all 7th through 10th graders.

Do you like to organize events, be creative, come up with new ideas, and work well with others? Are you a driven person who wants to find another way to be a part of your school community? Student council is looking for prospective members to be a part of next year’s council! If you feel you fit this description, please be on the look -out for applications next week. Applications can be picked up in room 104 starting May 8 and are due no later than 3:00 the following Friday May 12.


 

TUESDAY 5/2/2017

Tomorrow, Wednesday May 3rd is a late start.  School will begin at 8:45 a.m.

Free math tutoring is available at the Read a Latte Café Wednesday after school.  Solve all your math problems while enjoying a free beverage.

Attention Students:  for those of you who cannot make it down to the TEEN HEALTH CENTER during your lunch hour or after school to make an appointment there will be a clipboard located in the counselors office for you to indicate your student number and the type of appointment you need.  This will be picked up every afternoon so that appointments can be scheduled and you can be provided a pass.  Thank you


 

MONDAY 4/24/2017

The Read a Latte Café is open after school on Wednesday for free math tutoring! Stop by after School, have a free beverage, AND help improve your math grade!


 

THURSDAY 4/20/2017

Monday morning there is a meeting for all seniors planning to enter the workforce immediately after high school, or for those planning to attend college but work part time.

Attention Drama Club:  There will be rehearsal today.  Please be in the auditorium and ready to begin at 3:30.  Lines need to now be memorized.

DVD’s of the Spring Musical Footloose are now available in Mrs. Wolcott’s room.  If you ordered one and paid, you can pick them up at any time.

There will be a student council meeting this Friday morning in room 104.

PROM ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Attention all students planning on attending the Prom:  All fines must be paid prior to purchasing your Prom ticket.  There is a copy of the fine list on the office window.  Please listen carefully:  All library books that were due the end of the first semester have been added to the fine list.  Many football fines from fall have been added also.  Many, many fines have just been added.  Even if you don’t think you have a fine, please check the fine list anyway.  You will not be allowed to purchase your ticket if you are on the fine list.

Guest forms are available on the office counter.  Forms must be turned in and guest dance tickets must be purchased before 3:00 p.m. on Friday, April 21st.  All guests must have a photo ID to enter the dance.  If you guest is a former OHS student check with the office to make sure they do not have any outstanding fines as well.

Prom tickets will be on sale all this week during both lunch hours and again after school on Friday.   You will only have this week to buy your tickets, so make sure you don’t forget! The price is $25.00 per ticket or $40.00 per couple.

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Football weight training will be on Friday this week.


 

MONDAY 4/17/2017

Congratulations to April 2017 Students of the Month!

9th grade:  Emma Carmean

10th grade:  Briley Lambers

11th grade:  Kyle Taylor

12th grade:  Sarah Williamson

Congratulations to the following winners of Pennies for Pasta!  3rd place, winning tootsie pops and averaging $2.92 donated per student, goes to Mr. Abdelkader’s 5th hour class.  2nd place, winning doughnuts and averaging $3.90 donated per student, goes to Mr. Wood’s 5th hour. And 1st placed, winning a pizza party and averaging $8.90 donated per student, goes to Mrs. Flejszar’s 5th hour!  We needed to raise roughly $15 more dollars as a whole school to be able to win the pasta party for the 1st place prize, instead 1st place will be getting a pizza party, because who doesn’t love pizza!?  Thank you for everyone who helped contribute to the cause.  As a whole school we were able to raise $625.89!  The winning classes will receive their treats this Friday during 5th hour!

Spring Parent/Teacher conferences for all high school students at Oakridge High School are on Monday, April 17th and Wednesday, April 19th @ 4:30 – 7:30 p.m.  You do not need an appointment to attend.  We ask that conferences be limited to five minutes to give access to all parents.  If you wish a conference with a teacher who is unavailable at conferences, please leave your name and phone number with the student at the table, or sign the sign-up sheet that has been placed on the teacher’s table.  We hope to see you at our Oakridge Parent-Teacher Conferences.

There is a Northern Michigan University Rep Visit on Wednesday, April 19th at 1:00 p.m.  Please sign up in the counseling center.

PROM ANNOUNCEMENTS

Attention all students planning on attending the Prom:  All fines must be paid prior to purchasing your Prom ticket.  There is a copy of the fine list on the office window.  Please listen carefully:  All library books that were due the end of the first semester have been added to the fine list.  Many football fines from fall have been added also.  Many, many fines have just been added.  Even if you don’t think you have a fine, please check the fine list anyway.  You will not be allowed to purchase your ticket if you are on the fine list.

Guest forms are available on the office counter.  Forms must be turned in and guest dance tickets must be purchased before 3:00 p.m. on Friday, April 21st.  All guests must have a photo ID to enter the dance.  If you guest is a former OHS student check with the office to make sure they do not have any outstanding fines as well.

Prom tickets will be on sale all this week during both lunch hours and again after school on Friday.   You will only have this week to buy your tickets, so make sure you don’t forget! The price is $25.00 per ticket or $40.00 per couple.

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Oakridge Eagle baseball team swept the visiting Ludington Orioles in non-conference action 7-1 and 15-3, Morgan Meinders went the distance in game one for the Eagles.  Meinders allowed only 3 hits and struck out 4.  Ludington scored their lone run in the 6th inning on an Ireland RBI driving in Jim Petersen.  Blacke Masterman jump started the Eagle offense with a solo home run in the first inning.  Masterman, Koleman Wall, Luke Layman and Brandon Wilde all had two hits for the Eagles.  The Eagles had seven runs on nine hits.

Hunter Jennings got the win in game two with Jarrett Fatseas in relief for the Eagles.  Oakridge had 15 runs and 14 hits while the Orioles tallied 3 runs on 6 hits.  Koleman Wall was two for three for the Eagles including a two run blast in the third inning.  Oakridge scored 9 more time in the third on 8 hits.  Along with Wall, Oakridge had 5 other players with two hits; the players included Monty Cerchiori, Hunter Jennings, Morgan Meinders, Luke Layman and Brady Lutrull.  Masterman scored three times and Wall had 4 RBI.  Petersen, Fountain, and Meeker all scored a run for the Orioles.  Ludington’s record stands at one and two,  The Eagles improved to 4 and 1.


 

TUESDAY 4/11/2017

The first week in May, Mr. Wood and eighteen Oakridge High School students will be traveling to Washington D.C. to participate in close Up.  While in D. C. Oakridge students will live, work , and share with all sorts of young people.  They’ll take part in the political process and explore the city.  Proceeds from this silent auction benefit Oakridge students headed for D.C. to change the world!  The Close Up Silent Auction is up and running…let the bidding begin! https://www.facebook.com/silentauctionohs/

Summer employment at Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in the food service facility, must be 18 years old by June 1.  Pay starting at $10.25 per hour and up depending on positions.  Please go to bluelake.org/jobs to complete the application packet and mail back for an interview.  Questions, call 1-800-221-3796.  Over 70 positions are available for motivated, hardworking, enthusiastic team players.


 

MONDAY 4/10/2017

Attention students and staff—Teens United would like to invite you to a “Meet the Author” event.  Join us in the cafeteria for treats and conversation at 3pm in the cafeteria.  You will get to meet AnnA Frank author of “Stop Bullying Yourself” AnnA came from California to speak with us.  For more information you can visit www.happywholeyou.com.

The first week in May, Mr. Wood and eighteen Oakridge High School students will be traveling to Washington D.C. to participate in close Up.  While in D. C. Oakridge students will live, work , and share with all sorts of young people.  They’ll take part in the political process and explore the city.  Proceeds from this silent auction benefit Oakridge students headed for D.C. to change the world!  The Close Up Silent Auction is up and running…let the bidding begin! https://www.facebook.com/silentauctionohs/

Summer employment at Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in the food service facility, must be 18 years old by June 1.  Pay starting at $10.25 per hour and up depending on positions.  Please go to bluelake.org/jobs to complete the application packet and mail back for an interview.  Questions, call 1-800-221-3796.  Over 70 positions are available for motivated, hardworking, enthusiastic team players.


 

WEDNESDAY 3/29/2017

The first week in May, Mr. Wood and eighteen Oakridge High School students will be traveling to Washington D.C. to participate in close Up.  While in D. C. Oakridge students will live, work , and share with all sorts of young people.  They’ll take part in the political process and explore the city.  Proceeds from this silent auction benefit Oakridge students headed for D.C. to change the world!  The Close Up Silent Auction is up and running…let the bidding begin!  https://www.facebook.com/silentauctionohs/

Students may not park in the first three rows of the back parking lot nearest to the gym.  Those rows are reserved for staff only.  Unauthorized parking in those rows or failure to have a parking permit posted in your window will result in a ticket.

DVD’s of this year’s Spring Musical, Footloose, are available to order.  DVDs are $12 each.  If you are interested in purchasing a copy of the best musical Oakridge has ever seen, see Mrs. Wolcott as soon as possible.

Summer employment at Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in the food service facility, must be 18 years old by June 1.  Pay starting at $10.25 per hour and up depending on positions.  Please go to bluelake.org/jobs to complete the application packet and mail back for an interview.  Questions, call 1-800-221-3796.  Over 70 positions are available for motivated, hardworking, enthusiastic team players.

 

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Oakridge Eagles held a 3-0 lead going into the sixth inning against Mona Shores when the Sailors capitalized on a couple of Eagle mistakes as well as played some well-timed small ball.  The Sailors tied the game in the sixth and after a scoreless seventh, the game went into extra innings.  Shores’ Broersma led off the ninth with a double and scored on a throwing error.  Martin, who got on by the throwing error moved over on a passed ball, stole third and scored on a Flowers double to left field.  Shore ended up winning the game 5-3 in 9 innings.  Brady Luttrull went two for four at the plate for the Eagles, Koleman Wall threw 5 scoreless innings before giving way to TJ Ruel.  Wall also had a double and scored a run, Jaxon Fri added a 2 run scoring single in the Eagles third inning.  Belanger picked up the win for the sailors throwing 8 of the 9 innings.

The boys basketball banquet is tonight at 6:30 p.m.


 

TUESDAY 3/28/2017

Seniors:  On Wednesday we will be providing you an opportunity to register to vote if  you will be 18 years old by May 2nd.  This will take place at 7:45 a.m. and 12:45 p.m. for those that are gone at CTC.  Please bring a driver’s license or your Social Security number to expedite the process.

The first week in May, Mr. Wood and eighteen Oakridge High School students will be traveling to Washington D.C. to participate in close Up.  While in D. C. Oakridge students will live, work , and share with all sorts of young people.  They’ll take part in the political process and explore the city.  Proceeds from this silent auction benefit Oakridge students headed for D.C. to change the world!  The Close Up Silent Auction is up and running…let the bidding begin!   https://www.facebook.com/silentauctionohs/

Students may not park in the first two rows of the back parking lot nearest to the gym.  Those rows are reserved for staff only.  Unauthorized parking in those rows or failure to have a parking permit posted in your window will result in a ticket.

DVD’s of this year’s Spring Musical, Footloose, are available to order.  DVDs are $12 each.  If you are interested in purchasing a copy of the best musical Oakridge has ever seen, see Mrs. Wolcott as soon as possible.

Summer employment at Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in the food service facility, must be 18 years old by June 1.  Pay starting at $10.25 per hour and up depending on positions.  Please go to bluelake.org/jobs to complete the application packet and mail back for an interview.  Questions, call 1-800-221-3796.  Over 70 positions are available for motivated, hardworking, enthusiastic team players.

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS

The boys basketball banquet is Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.


 

MONDAY 3/27/2017

Attention wanna-be actors and actresses:  Don’t miss out on soaking up the spotlight for the final time this year.  Auditions for the Spring One-Act will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday this week in Mrs.Wolcott’s room.  This is a hilarious 30-minute play with–no singing required—which we will perform at MCC on May 12th for the Muskegon High School Theatre Festival.  For more information, there will be a meeting on Monday morning in Mrs. Wolcott’s room for those interested in auditioning.  See you there.

The first week in May, Mr. Wood and eighteen Oakridge High School students will be traveling to Washington D.C. to participate in close Up.  While in D. C. Oakridge students will live, work , and share with all sorts of young people.  They’ll take part in the political process and explore the city.  Proceeds from this silent auction benefit Oakridge students headed for D.C. to change the world!  The Close Up Silent Auction is up and running…let the bidding begin!  https://www.facebook.com/silentauctionohs/

Attention cast and crew of Footloose:  Show posters are now all signed.  You may pick yours up in Wolski’s room at any time.

Students may not park in the first two rows of the back parking lot nearest to the gym.  Those rows are reserved for staff only.  Unauthorized parking in those rows or failure to have a parking permit posted in your window will result in a ticket.

DVD’s of this year’s Spring Musical, Footloose, are available to order.  DVDs are $12 each.  If you are interested in purchasing a copy of the best musical Oakridge has ever seen, see Mrs. Wolcott as soon as possible.

 

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Girls basketball banquet will be tonight Monday, March 27th in the high school cafeteria from 7 until 8:30.  Please bring a dessert.


 

FRIDAY 3/24/2017

Attention wanna-be actors and actresses:  Don’t miss out on soaking up the spotlight for the final time this year.  Auditions for the Spring One-Act will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday next week in Mrs.Wolcott’s room.  This is a hilarious 30-minute play with–no singing required—which we will perform at MCC on May 12th for the Muskegon High School Theatre Festival.  For more information, there will be a meeting on Monday morning in Mrs. Wolcott’s room for those interested in auditioning.  See you there.

Last week’s penny count is in and the top three classes currently are:  Mrs. Flejszar, Mr. Wood, and Mr. Abdelkader.  The school’s total is just over $400.  Great job Oakridge.  Make sure to get your remaining change to your 5th-hour teachers before 1st hour Monday morning!  It is your last chance to  help your class win a teat and make a difference in helping the Leukemia and Lymphoma society.

The first week in May, Mr. Wood and eighteen Oakridge High School students will be traveling to Washington D.C. to participate in Close Up.  While in D.C. Oakridge students will live, work, and share with all sorts of young people.  They’ll take part in the political process and explore the city.  Proceeds from the silent auction benefit Oakridge students headed for D. C. to change the world!  The Close Up Silent Auction is up and running…let the bidding begin!   https://www.facebook.com/silentauctionohs/

Attention cast and crew of Footloose:  Show posters are now all signed.  You may pick yours up in Wolski’s room at any time.

Our spring blood drive will be held next Monday, March 27th.  If you are eligible to donate, please consider signing up during your lunch this week.  If you have any question, please see Mrs. Carlson.

Students may not park in the first two rows of the back parking lot nearest to the gym.  Those rows are reserved for staff only.  Unauthorized parking in those rows or failure to have a parking permit posted in your window will result in a ticket.

Ladies and gentlemen, the Juniors have come to a decision on this years Prom theme.  And the winner is, Hollywood Red Carpet.  So be ready to bring your Hollywood to the Hitching Post April 22nd.  Tickets will go on sale two weeks before Prom.  There will also be a meeting tomorrow in the cafeteria for the Prom Committee to start coming up with ideas for decorations.

DVD’s of this year’s Spring Musical, Footloose, are available to order.  DVDs are $12 each.  If you are interested in purchasing a copy of the best musical Oakridge has ever seen, see Mrs. Wolcott as soon as possible.

Seniors:  if you have not filed your FAFSA yet, what the heck is up with that!?!  Mr. Frechen will continue to bother you until you get it done.  You are missing out on free money for college!

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Girls basketball banquet will be next Monday, March 27th in the high school cafeteria from 7 until 8:30.  Please bring a dessert.


 

THURSDAY 3/23/2017

West MI Student Showcase is tonight.  Oakridge will be represented this evening, Thursday, March 23, at 7 p.m. at the Frauenthal Theater.  Our Oakridge nominees are:  William Depender as the academic nominee, Brady Luttrull and Hannah Reinhold as the athletic nominees, Murphy Goins as the visual arts nominee and exchange student Laura Haenninen as the individual performing arts nominee.  Tickets can be purchased online at www. WestMIShowcase.org or at the Frauenthal box office.  See Mr. Patton with any questions.

There will be a brief Honor Society meeting in Mrs. Wolcott’s room tomorrow morning during SSR.

Students may not park in the first two rows of the back parking lot nearest to the gym.  Those rows are reserved for staff only.  Unauthorized parking in those rows or failure to have a parking permit posted in your window will result in a ticket.

Ladies and gentlemen, the Juniors have come to a decision on this years Prom theme.  And the winner is, Hollywood Red Carpet.  So be ready to bring your Hollywood to the Hitching Post April 22nd.  Tickets will go on sale two weeks before Prom.  There will also be a meeting tomorrow in the cafeteria for the Prom Committee to start coming up with ideas for decorations.

All available student council members, please meet in Ms. Hartsuff’s or Mrs. Mangan’s room after school today to count change.

Our spring blood drive will be held next Monday, March 27th.  If you are eligible to donate, please consider signing up during your lunch this week.  If you have any question, please see Mrs. Carlson.

DVD’s of this year’s Spring Musical, Footloose, are available to order.  DVDs are $12 each.  If you are interested in purchasing a copy of the best musical Oakridge has ever seen, see Mrs. Wolcott as soon as possible.

Attention Seniors!  A reminder that Jostens representatives will be at school during lunch today, March 23rd to deliver your graduation products.  Your balance must be paid in full.  No checks can be accepted on the day of delivery, cash or money order only please.

Are you considering a career in dental assisting?  There will be a professional here from Grand Rapids for you to talk to at both lunches on Friday.

Seniors:  if you have not filed your FAFSA yet, what the heck is up with that!?!  Mr. Frechen will continue to bother you until you get it done.  You are missing out on free money for college!

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Girls basketball banquet will be next Monday, March 27th in the high school cafeteria from 7 until 8:30.  Please bring a dessert.


 

WEDNESDAY 3/22/2017

West MI Student Showcase is this week.  Oakridge will be represented this Thursday, March 23, at 7 p.m. at the Frauenthal Theater.  Our Oakridge nominees are:  William Depender as the academic nominee, Brady Luttrull and Hannah Reinhold as the athletic nominees, Murphy Goins as the visual arts nominee and exchange student Laura Haenninen as the individual performing arts nominee.  Tickets can be purchased online at www. WestMIShowcase.org or at the Frauenthal box office.  See Mr. Patton with any questions.

Free math tutoring is available every Wednesday after school in the Read a Latte Café in the Media Center.  Receive expert math help from NHS tutors and a free beverage!

Our spring blood drive will be held next Monday, March 27th.  If you are eligible to donate, please consider signing up during your lunch this week.  If you have any question, please see Mrs. Carlson.

DVD’s of this year’s Spring Musical, Footloose, are available to order.  DVDs are $12 each.  If you are interested in purchasing a copy of the best musical Oakridge has ever seen, see Mrs. Wolcott as soon as possible.

Attention Seniors!  A reminder that Jostens representatives will be at school during lunch on Thursday, March 23rd to deliver your graduation products.  Your balance must be paid in full.  No checks can be accepted on the day of delivery, cash or money order only please.

Are you considering a career in dental assisting?  There will be a professional here from Grand Rapids for you to talk to at both lunches on Friday.

Seniors:  if you have not filed your FAFSA yet, what the heck is up with that!?!  Mr. Frechen will continue to bother you until you get it done.  You are missing out on free money for college!

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Girls basketball banquet will be next Monday, March 27th in the high school cafeteria from 7 until 8:30.  Please bring a dessert.


 

TUESDAY 3/21/2017

West MI Student Showcase is this week.  Oakridge will be represented this Thursday, March 23, at 7 p.m. at the Frauenthal Theater.  Our Oakridge nominees are:  William Depender as the academic nominee, Brady Luttrull and Hannah Reinhold as the athletic nominees, Murphy Goins as the visual arts nominee and exchange student Laura Haenninen as the individual performing arts nominee.  Tickets can be purchased online at www.WestMIShowcase.org or at the Frauenthal box office.  See Mr. Patton with any questions.

Our spring blood drive will be held next Monday, March 27th.  If you are eligible to donate, please consider signing up during your lunch this week.  If you have any question, please see Mrs. Carlson.

DVD’s of this year’s Spring Musical, Footloose, are available to order.  DVDs are $12 each.  If you are interested in purchasing a copy of the best musical Oakridge has ever seen, see Mrs. Wolcott as soon as possible.

Those cast and crew members who have not been able to sign the show posters need to come to Mrs. Wolcott’s room immediately after 6th hour to do that.  Posters need to be distributed as soon as possible.  And, don’t forget to pay for your show shirt if you have not yet done so.

Attention cast and crew of Footloose:  Those of you who have still not paid Wolski the $20 for your show shirts need to do so before the end of the week.  Those who do not pay by Friday will be placed on the fine list.

Free math tutoring is available every Wednesday after school in the Read a Latte Café in the Media Center.  Receive expert math help from NHS tutors and a free beverage!

Attention Seniors!  A reminder that Jostens representatives will be at school during lunch on Thursday, March 23rd to deliver your graduation products.  Your balance must be paid in full.  No checks can be accepted on the day of delivery, cash or money order only please.

Are you considering a career in dental assisting?  There will be a professional here from Grand Rapids for you to talk to at both lunches on Friday.

Seniors:  if you have not filed your FAFSA yet, what the heck is up with that!?!  Mr. Frechen will continue to bother you until you get it done.  You are missing out on free money for college!

There will be a Senior Class meeting on Wednesday during silent reading.

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Girls basketball banquet will be next Monday, March 27th in the high school cafeteria from 7 until 8:30.  Please bring a dessert.


 

MONDAY 3/20/2017

Attention cast and crew of Footloose:  Those of you who have still not paid Wolski the $20 for your show shirts need to do so before the end of the week.  Those who do not pay by Friday will be placed on the fine list.

DVD’s of this year’s Spring Musical, Footloose, are available to order.  DVDs are $12 each.  If you are interested in purchasing a copy of the best musical Oakridge has ever seen, see Mrs. Wolcott as soon as possible.

Free math tutoring is available every Wednesday after school in the Read a Latte Café in the Media Center.  Receive expert math help from NHS tutors and a free beverage!

The final NHS food truck for the year is on Tuesday.  This truck is made possible by the purchase of your winter formal tickets and donations from customers of the Apple Ave Wesco’s.  We ask that you do not park in the west parking lot on Tuesday morning to allow room for the food truck and its clients.

NHS students signed up for the early shift, please be in the west parking lot at 7:00 a.m.  All other NHS students please report to the parking lot after first hour.

Due to the Medieval Banquet, the cafeteria will be closed between fifth and sixth hours.

Attention Seniors!  A reminder that Jostens representatives will be at school during lunch on Thursday, March 23rd to deliver your graduation products.  Your balance must be paid in full.  No checks can be accepted on the day of delivery, cash or money order only please.

Last call to all Seniors for the Mystery Trip!  If you have not signed up yet, please get your form from Mrs. Scott in the counseling office ASAP!!!

This is a reminder that food and beverages are allowed inside the cafeteria only.  If you have food or beverages beyond the cafeteria you will be asked to dispose of it.


 

THURSDAY 3/16/2017

Attention Seniors!  A reminder that Jostens representatives will be at school during lunch on Thursday, March 23rd to deliver your graduation products.  Your balance must be paid in full.  No checks can be accepted on the day of delivery, cash or money order only please.

Last week’s Pennies for Pasta raised over $300!  Great job Oakridge!  The current top three classes are Mrs. Flejszar, Mr. Abdelkader, and Mr. Wood.  Student counsel was so impressed by the first week’s haul, they have decided to up the ante!  The first place class will win a pasta party, the second place class will win doughnuts, and the third place class will win blow-pops.  Keep the change coming so we can help fight leukemia and lymphoma.

Last call to all Seniors for the Mystery Trip!  If you have not signed up yet, please get your form from Mrs. Scott in the counseling office ASAP!!!

This is a reminder that food and beverages are allowed inside the cafeteria only.  If you have food or beverages beyond the cafeteria you will be asked to dispose of it.

The Eagle Travelers Bowling Even for Sunday is cancelled.

Lee’s Famous Recipe is having open interviews Thursday March 16th from 2 to 4 at the Apple Avenue store


 

TUESDAY 3/14/2017

Tomorrow is a late start, school will begin at 8:45.

Need Math help?  NHS tutors are available after school on Wednesday at the Read a Latte café in the library.  The tutoring is free, and so is the hot chocolate and coffee!

Attention Seniors!  A reminder that Jostens representatives will be at school during lunch on Thursday, March 23rd to deliver your graduation products.  Your balance must be paid in full.  No checks can be accepted on the day of delivery, cash or money order only please.

Just a reminder:  For pennies for patients, bring in your change and help out kids with leukemia and lymphoma for a chance to win a pasta or pizza party.

Last call to all Seniors for the Mystery Trip!  If you have not signed up yet, please get your form from Mrs. Scott in the counseling office ASAP!!!

This is a reminder that food and beverages are allowed inside the cafeteria only.  If you have food or beverages beyond the cafeteria you will be asked to dispose of it.

The Eagle Travelers will be hosting a Family Bowling Event on Sunday, March 19 from 1 until 3 p.m.  Tickets are $15/person and $55/family.  Your ticket includes 2 hours of unlimited cosmic bowling, shoe and ball rental, 2 slices of pizza and a pop.  Please see Mrs. Carlson or Mr. Taylor if you have any question.  Tickets are available in the HS and MS offices.  Thank you.

Lee’s Famous Recipe is having open interviews Thursday March 16th from 2 to 4 at the Apple Avenue store

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Soccer tryouts tonight will continue on the Middle school gym.  Group #1 should arrive about 6:30 ready to warm-up at 6:45.  Group #2 should arrive at 8:00 ready to warm-up at 8:15.

JV Baseball MS 5:30 – 7:00.


FRIDAY 3/3/2017
Don’t miss the opportunity for free math help from our resident math professors, accompanied by equally free hot beverages in the Read a Latte café. Take advantage of all this freeness by showing up on Wednesday after school in the media center.

The Eagle Travelers will be hosting a Family Bowling Event on Sunday, March 19 from 1 until 3 p.m. Tickets are $15/person and $55/family. Your ticket includes 2 hours of unlimited cosmic bowling, shoe and ball rental, 2 slices of pizza and a pop. Please see Mrs. Carlson or Mr. Taylor if you have any question. Tickets are available in the HS and MS offices. Thank you.
SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS

The varsity girls basketball team improved its record to 20-2 and advanced to the district title game tonight beating Montague 46-30. Sophia Wiard and Hannah Reinhold combined for 31. Kennidie Streed added 7, and Halle added an important two points. Students that make it to the game and are part of the student section will receive a free slushy, compliment of the girls basketball program.

Football is looking for volunteers at the carnival on March 11th, as well as for players to read at the lower elementary on Tuesday, March 14th. Please see Coach Harger to sign up for these volunteer opportunities.

 

TUESDAY 2/28/2017

Don’t miss the opportunity for free math help from our resident math professors, accompanied by equally free hot beverages in the Read a Latte café.  Take advantage of all this freeness by showing up on Wednesday after school in the media center.

The Eagle Travelers will be hosting a Family Bowling Event on Sunday, March 19 from 1 until 3 p.m.  Tickets are $15/person and $55/family.  Your ticket includes 2 hours of unlimited cosmic bowling, shoe and ball rental, 2 slices of pizza and a pop.  Please see Mrs. Carlson or Mr. Taylor if you have any question.  Tickets are available in the HS and MS offices.  Thank you.

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS 

The girls basketball team got their first post-season victory last night with a 43-29 win against Fruitport.  Tough defense was the defense as the eagles made it really difficult for the Trojans.  Sophia Wiard led the team with 19 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists, and 6 steals.  Hannah Reinhold added 15 points, 5 rebounds and 4 steals.  The girls play Montague at Montague this Wednesday in the district semi-finals.

Football is looking for volunteers at the carnival on March 11th, as well as for players to read at the lower elementary on Tuesday, March 14th.  Please see Coach Harger to sign up for these volunteer opportunities.


 

MONDAY 2/27/2017

Don’t miss the opportunity for free math help from our resident math professors, accompanied by equally free hot beverages in the Read a Latte café.  Take advantage of all this freeness by showing up on Wednesday after school in the media center.

The Eagle Travelers will be hosting a Family Bowling Event on Sunday, March 19 from 1 until 3 p.m.  Tickets are $15/person and $55/family.  Your ticket includes 2 hours of unlimited cosmic bowling, shoe and ball rental, 2 slices of pizza and a pop.  Please see Mrs. Carlson or Mr. Taylor if you have any question.  Tickets are available in the HS and MS offices.  Thank you.

Go on a Mystery Date in the library this month!  We have several books that are anxiously awaiting your love.  If you read one of these books in February, you will get your name in a drawing for some really great prizes.  Ask in the library for details.

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Football is looking for volunteers at the carnival on March 11th, as well as for players to read at the lower elementary on Tuesday, March 14th.  Please see Coach Harger to sign up for these volunteer opportunities.


 

FRIDAY 2/24/2017

Tickets for the dance are on sale during lunch for$3 or for $5 at the door on Friday night.

Attention all students planning on attending the Snowcoming dance tonight.  If you are on the fine list, you will not be allowed into the dance until the fine is paid.  There is a fine list on the office window-please check to make sure you are not on it.  Even if you are sure you don’t have a fine, please check the list anyway to make sure.  If you are planning on bringing a guest to the dance, guest forms are available on the office counter.  They must be returned to the office by 3:00 p.m. in order for your guest to attend.

Don’t miss the opportunity for free math help from our resident math professors, accompanied by equally free hot beverages in the Read a Latte café.  Take advantage of all this freeness by showing up on Wednesday after school in the media center.

The Eagle Travelers will be hosting a Family Bowling Event on Sunday, March 19 from 1 until 3 p.m.  Tickets are $15/person and $55/family.  Your ticket includes 2 hours of unlimited cosmic bowling, shoe and ball rental, 2 slices of pizza and a pop.  Please see Mrs. Carlson or Mr. Taylor if you have any question.  Tickets are available in the HS and MS offices.  Thank you.

Go on a Mystery Date in the library this month!  We have several books that are anxiously awaiting your love.  If you read one of these books in February, you will get your name in a drawing for some really great prizes.  Ask in the library for details.

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Football is looking for volunteers at the carnival on March 11th, as well as for players to read at the lower elementary on Tuesday, March 14th.  Please see Coach Harger to sign up for these volunteer opportunities.

The Muskegon Lumberjacks are offering FREE tickets to football players for this Saturday’s game.  Let Coach Harger know who wants to go.  Family tickets can be purchased separately:  adults $8, siblings 13 & under $6 with the free ticket deal.


 

THURSDAY 2/23/2017

Tickets for the dance are on sale during lunch for$3 or for $5 at the door on Friday night.

Attention all students planning on attending the Snowcoming dance this Friday.  If you are on the fine list, you will not be allowed into the dance until the fine is paid.  There is a fine list on the office window-please check to make sure you are not on it.  Even if you are sure you don’t have a fine, please check the list anyway to make sure.  If you are planning on bringing a guest to the dance, guest forms are available on the office counter.  They must be returned to the office by 3:00 p.m. on Friday in order for your guest to attend.

Select choir and talent show participants please take 1st lunch this Friday in order to conduct the sound check during 4th hour.

The Eagle Travelers will be hosting a Family Bowling Event on Sunday, March 19 from 1 until 3 p.m.  Tickets are $15/person and $55/family.  Your ticket includes 2 hours of unlimited cosmic bowling, shoe and ball rental, 2 slices of pizza and a pop.  Please see Mrs. Carlson or Mr. Taylor if you have any question.  Tickets are available in the HS and MS offices.  Thank you.

Go on a Mystery Date in the library this month!  We have several books that are anxiously awaiting your love.  If you read one of these books in February, you will get your name in a drawing for some really great prizes.  Ask in the library for details.

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Congratulations to the following bowlers for earning All-Conference honors this year.  First team honors for the boys were Luther Walker and Monty Cerchiori.  Second team honors for the boys were Josh Felkoski and Damian Hererra.

The girls first team All-Conference was Alyssa Major.  Earning second team honors for the girls were Morgan Foster and Zoe Cerchiori.  Great job to all bowlers.

The girls bowling team also took first place last night at the conference team tournament by holding of Ravenna to assure them a conference championship this season.  Good luck to all bowlers at regionals this weekend.

The Muskegon Lumberjacks are offering FREE tickets to football players for this Saturday’s game.  Let Coach Harger know who wants to go.  Family tickets can be purchased separately:  adults $8, siblings 13 & under $6 with the free ticket deal.


 

MONDAY 2/21/2017

Yesterday was Presidents’ Day, designated to honor all those who have served our country in our highest government office.  A team from the video production class prepared a presentation to inform the student body of the importance of this day.

Student drivers:  This is a reminder that you are not to park in the first two rows closest to the school in the rear parking lot by the gym.  Thank you.

The Eagle Travelers will be hosting a Family Bowling Event on Sunday, March 19 from 1 until 3 p.m.  Tickets are $15/person and $55/family.  Your ticket includes 2 hours of unlimited cosmic bowling, shoe and ball rental, 2 slices of pizza and a pop.  Please see Mrs. Carlson or Mr. Taylor if you have any question.  Tickets are available in the HS and MS offices.  Thank you.

Go on a Mystery Date in the library this month!  We have several books that are anxiously awaiting your love.  If you read one of these books in February, you will get your name in a drawing for some really great prizes.  Ask in the library for details.


 

FRIDAY 2/17/2017

There is no school on Monday for mid –winter break.

Student drivers:  This is a reminder that you are not to park in the first two rows closest to the school in the rear parking lot by the gym.  Thank you.

The Eagle Travelers will be hosting a Family Bowling Event on Sunday, March 19 from 1 until 3 p.m.  Tickets are $15/person and $55/family.  Your ticket includes 2 hours of unlimited cosmic bowling, shoe and ball rental, 2 slices of pizza and a pop.  Please see Mrs. Carlson or Mr. Taylor if you have any question.  Tickets are available in the HS and MS offices.  Thank you.

Go on a Mystery Date in the library this month!  We have several books that are anxiously awaiting your love.  If you read one of these books in February, you will get your name in a drawing for some really great prizes.  Ask in the library for details.

There will be rep visits for MCC and Ferris State next week.  Please sign up in the counseling center,  any senior considering attending either of these schools should plan to come to these.

Seniors, please be checking the senior schoology page, as Mr. Frechen has been posting and will continue to post important information regarding scholarships.

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS 

The girls’ basketball team finished the WMC conference record at 14-0 with a win last night over the Whitehall Vikings 55-33.  Hannah Reinhold led the Eagles with 21 points 5 assists and 5 steals.  Sophie Wiard had 16 points and 5 steals.  Gracie Reinhold added 9 points.  The girl are now 17-2 and finish the season next week Tuesday at Grand Rapids Covenant Christian.

Football weight training will take place at 11:15, today.

Football group work begins this Sunday.  Varsity quarterbacks at 11:15 am, receivers at 12 noon.  Linemen of JV and Varsity are working together at 7 pm.  All groups should meet in the HS gym a few minutes early.


 

THURSDAY 2/16/2017

Tomorrow is a half day.  We will run hours 1,2,& 3.  There is no school on Monday for mid-winter break.

There will be a student council meeting tomorrow Feb 17th in room 104 in the morning.

The Eagle Travelers will be hosting a Family Bowling Event on Sunday, March 19 from 1 until 3 p.m.  Tickets are $15/person and $55/family.  Your ticket includes 2 hours of unlimited cosmic bowling, shoe and ball rental, 2 slices of pizza and a pop.  Please see Mrs. Carlson or Mr. Taylor if you have any question.  Tickets are available in the HS and MS offices.  Thank you.

Go on a Mystery Date in the library this month!  We have several books that are anxiously awaiting your love.  If you read one of these books in February, you will get your name in a drawing for some really great prizes.  Ask in the library for details.

There will be rep visits for MCC and Ferris State next week.  Please sign up in the counseling center,  any senior considering attending either of these schools should plan to come to these.

Seniors, please be checking the senior schoology page, as Mr. Frechen has been posting and will continue to post important information regarding scholarships.

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS 

The JV and varsity girls basketball team will be having their game tonight vs the Whitehall Vikings.  JV starts at 6:00.  Hannah Reinhold and Alyssa Fessenden will be ending their great basketball careers with their last home game tonight.  Please come out and support these two awesome seniors.

Football weight training will take place tomorrow at 11:15, after the half day.

Football group work begins this Sunday.  Varsity quarterbacks at 11:15 am, receivers at 12 noon.  Linemen of JV and Varsity are working together at 7 pm.  All groups should meet in the HS gym a few minutes early.


 

WEDNESDAY 2/15/2017

Do you find arithmetic agonizing?  Amazing arithmetic tutors await to assist you on Wednesday after school in the Read a Latte café in the Media Center.  Aromatic coffee and hot chocolate are also available!

The Eagle Travelers will be hosting a Family Bowling Event on Sunday, March 19 from 1 until 3 p.m.  Tickets are $15/person and $55/family.  Your ticket includes 2 hours of unlimited cosmic bowling, shoe and ball rental, 2 slices of pizza and a pop.  Please see Mrs. Carlson or Mr. Taylor if you have any question.  Tickets are available in the HS and MS offices.  Thank you.

Go on a Mystery Date in the library this month!  We have several books that are anxiously awaiting your love.  If you read one of these books in February, you will get your name in a drawing for some really great prizes.  Ask in the library for details.

There will be rep visits for MCC and Ferris State next week.  Please sign up in the counseling center,  any senior considering attending either of these schools should plan to come to these.

Seniors, please be checking the senior schoology page, as Mr. Frechen has been posting and will continue to post important information regarding scholarships.

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS 

There will be a 2017 football candidate meeting for both JV and Varsity, in the cafeteria on Thursday morning after attendance is taken.  Player candidates should plan on attending for important Spring and Summer information.


 

TUESDAY 2/14/2017

Do you find arithmetic agonizing?  Amazing arithmetic tutors await to assist you on Wednesday after school in the Read a Latte café in the Media Center.  Aromatic coffee and hot chocolate are also available!

The Eagle Travelers will be hosting a Family Bowling Event on Sunday, March 19 from 1 until 3 p.m.  Tickets are $15/person and $55/family.  Your ticket includes 2 hours of unlimited cosmic bowling, shoe and ball rental, 2 slices of pizza and a pop.  Please see Mrs. Carlson or Mr. Taylor if you have any question.  Tickets are available in the HS and MS offices.  Thank you.

Go on a Mystery Date in the library this month!  We have several books that are anxiously awaiting your love.  If you read one of these books in February, you will get your name in a drawing for some really great prizes.  Ask in the library for details.

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS 

There will be a 2017 football candidate meeting for both JV and Varsity, in the cafeteria on Thursday morning after attendance is taken.  Player candidates should plan on attending for important Spring and Summer information.

Congratulations to the following bowlers for winning medals at the individual conference bowling tournament last night.  The girls medal winners were Alyssa Major 2nd, Kirsten Buchner 4th, Morgan Foster 5th and Zoe Cerchiori 6th.  The boys’ medal winners were Monty Cerchiori 2nd, Luther Walker 3rd and Damian Herrera 6th.  Damian also won tournament high game with a 279.  Congratulations to all medal winners.  Also a huge congratulations goes out to the girls bowling team for winning the 2017 conference championship.  Good luck to all bowlers in the upcoming state tournaments.

The Oakridge varsity basketball team wants to thank the student section and band last night for all the support.  You guys are awesome and the epitome of why OHS is a great school.  The Eagles beat a solid Ludington team 52-34.  Hannah Reinhold became the school’s all time leading scorer last night when she sank a free throw for her 18th point and reached a total of 1,492 total points.  Hannah also had 8 rebounds, 3 assists, and 4 steals.  Sophie Wiard had 14 points, 8 rebounds, 6 assists and 4 steals.  Aaliyah Cooper had a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds and Alyssa Fessenden added 6 points and 4 rebounds.


 

MONDAY 2/13/2017

The Eagle Travelers will be hosting a Family Bowling Event on Sunday, March 19 from 1 until 3 p.m.  Tickets are $15/person and $55/family.  Your ticket includes 2 hours of unlimited cosmic bowling, shoe and ball rental, 2 slices of pizza and a pop.  Please see Mrs. Carlson or Mr. Taylor if you have any question.  Tickets are available in the HS and MS offices.  Thank you.

Go on a Mystery Date in the library this month!  We have several books that are anxiously awaiting your love.  If you read one of these books in February, you will get your name in a drawing for some really great prizes.  Ask in the library for details.


 

THURSDAY 2/9/2017

There is a meeting in the cafeteria this Friday during channel one for any sophomore working on the ECMC application.

Go on a Mystery Date in the library this month!  We have several books that are anxiously awaiting your love.  If you read one of these books in February, you will get your name in a drawing for some really great prizes.  Ask in the library for details.

The Oakridge Middle/High School Library is hosting a Lowry’s Book Fair starting on February 6th and ending on February 10th 2017.  Shopping hours are from 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.  Stop by and check out the wonderful new reads.

Join the Oakridge Soccer Club for Spring sign ups!!  Wednesday evening (2/8) from 6:00-8:00 in the middle school cafeteria and Saturday (2/11) in the middle school gym from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00  p.m.  Make sure to join us for our mini camp on Saturday…open to all those who register.  Pre  K – 3rd grade from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.;  4th – 6th grades at 11:15 – 12:15; and 7th grade and up 12:30 – 1:30 p.m.  You can also register online anytime at www.OAKRIDGESOCCERCLUB.COM.

 

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Anyone trying out for baseball this year should stop by Coach Barry’s room for quick cap sizing.

 


 

WEDNESDAY 2/8/2017

This is a meeting in the cafeteria this Friday during channel one for any sophomore working on the ECMC application.

Go on a Mystery Date in the library this month!  We have several books that are anxiously awaiting your love.  If you read one of these books in February, you will get your name in a drawing for some really great prizes.  Ask in the library for details.

Is math a mystery to you?  Knowledgeable and knarly NHS tutors will help you decipher the clues and solve those pesky problem.  Stop by the cafeteria after school today for free tutoring.

The Oakridge Middle/High School Library is hosting a Lowry’s Book Fair starting on February 6th and ending on February 10th 2017.  Shopping hours are from 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.  Stop by and check out the wonderful new reads.

Join the Oakridge Soccer Club for Spring sign ups!!

Wednesday evening (2/8) from 6:00-8:00 in the middle school cafeteria and Saturday (2/11) in the middle school gym from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00  p.m.  Make sure to join us for our mini camp on Saturday…open to all those who register.  Pre  K – 3rd grade from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.;  4th – 6th grades at 11:15 – 12:15; and 7th grade and up 12:30 – 1:30 p.m.  You can also register online anytime at www.OAKRIDGESOCCERCLUB.COM.

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS

JV girls took on Mason County last night with another hard fought win!  Mason County didn’t go down without a fight but the Lady Eagles held tight on offense and had stellar defense when it counted!  Eagles ended the night with a score of 44-34.  Kennidie came in with the high score of 13 points with Kayla Fessenden not far behind with 11.  Macy Whipple and Bri Pastor led with steals and Claire Blackburn and Taryn Thompson led with rebounds.  Overall a great team effort led the Eagles to another win.

The varsity girls basketball team improved its WMC record to 12-0 with a 49-42 victory of the Mason County Central Spartans.  The eagles opened up a 43-26 lead and cruised to the victory.  Sophia Wiard led the eagles with 21 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists, and 5 steals.  Hannah Reinhold had 11 points and 5 rebounds.  Gracie Reinhold added 6 points and 10 rebounds and Halle Jennings chipped 5.


TUESDAY 2/7/2017

There will be a link crew meeting in Mrs. Wolcott’s room Wednesday morning during Channel One.  Please plan on attending!

Congratulations to the Students of the Month for February:  9th grade – Kallie Basch; 10th grade – Cole Harger; 11th grade – Andi Cartwright; and 12th grade – Mercedes Behnke!

Go on a Mystery Date in the library this month!  We have several books that are anxiously awaiting your love.  If you read one of these books in February, you will get your name in a drawing for some really great prizes.  Ask in the library for details.

Is math a mystery to you?  Knowledgeable and knarly NHS tutors will help you decipher the clues and solve those pesky problem.  Stop by the Read a Latte Café every Wednesday for free tutoring and a free hot beverage.

The Oakridge Middle/High School Library is hosting a Lowry’s Book Fair starting on February 6th and ending on February 10th 2017.  Shopping hours are from 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.  Stop by and check out the wonderful new reads.


MONDAY 2/6/2017

Congratulations to the Students of the Month for February:  9th grade – Kallie Basch; 10th grade – Cole Harger; 11th grade – Andi Cartwright; and 12th grade – Mercedes Behnke!

Go on a Mystery Date in the library this month!  We have several books that are anxiously awaiting your love.  If you read one of these books in February, you will get your name in a drawing for some really great prizes.  Ask in the library for details.

Is math a mystery to you?  Knowledgeable and knarly NHS tutors will help you decipher the clues and solve those pesky problem.  Stop by the Reade a Latte Café every Wednesday for free tutoring and a free hot beverage.

The Oakridge Middle/High School Library is hosting a Lowry’s Book Fair starting on February 6th and ending on February 10th 2017.  Shopping hours are from 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.


 


 

 


 

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