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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.


FRIDAY 1/27/2017

On Monday morning, students need to report to their first semester, first hour class at the beginning of the day.  New schedules will then be distributed.  An announcement will then be made for those students who have a schedule change for their first hour for the second semester, to then report to that class.

There will be a student council meeting on Monday morning in room 104.

The football weight room will be open after school Friday after exams at 11:15.

Oakridge Soccer Club.  Join us for a blooming good time!  Spring sign-ups are:

Wednesday 2/8/17 from 6-8 p.m. in the Oakridge Middle School Cafeteria.  Also on Saturdays 1/28/17, 2/4/17, and 2/11/17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Oakridge Middle School Gym.


The football weight room will be open after school Friday after exams at 11:15.

Another great win for the JV Girls Basketball team sinking the Hart Pirates.  Final score was Oakridge 40 and the Pirates 22.  Taryn Thompson was a beast on the boards and lead with rebounds.  Good all-around scoring came from Kennidie Streed with 12.  Bri Pastor with 10, Kayla Fessenden with 7, Claire Blackburn with 5, and Whipple, Thompson, and Driscoll adding digits to the teams win!!  Great team effort all around!  Next game is a tough one so let’s get in those stand s students and lead the Lady Eagles to a Big win Against Montague this Friday at Home!!!!

The girls varsity basketball team improved its conference record to 9-0 last night with a victory of the Hart.  Tough defense and great passing sand shooting was too much for the pirates who lost to the eagles 58-22.  Hannah Reinhold and Sophia Wiard led the way for Oakridge with 17 and 18 points, while Aaliyah Cooper led the eagles with 9 rebounds and added 11 points.

Oakridge Soccer Club.  Join us for a blooming good time!  Spring sign-ups are:

Wednesdays 1/25/17, 2/8/17 from 6-8 p.m. in the Oakridge Middle School Cafeteria.  Also on Saturdays 1/21/17, 1/28/17, 2/4/17, and 2/11/17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Oakridge Middle School Gym.


THURSDAY 1/19/2017

There will be a meeting in the cafeteria this Friday during channel one for any sophomore wishing to apply to the Early College of Muskegon County program.  See Mr. Patton or Mrs. Silva for details

We have a few openings left for the ski trip and will take either Middle School or High School students – first come first serve!  Tomorrow is the last day to turn in the ski form.

Oakridge Soccer Club.  Join us for a blooming good time!  Spring sign-ups are:  Wednesdays 1/25/17, 2/8/17 from 6-8 p.m. in the Oakridge Middle School Cafeteria.  Also on Saturdays 1/21/17, 1/28/17, 2/4/17, and 2/11/17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Oakridge Middle School Gym.


 

MONDAY 1/16/2017

Is math making you manic?  Stop by the Read a Latte café Wednesday after school where marvelous math mavens await your presence to help you out.

We have 18 openings left for the ski trip and will take either Middle School or High School students – first come first serve!

There will be an important senior class meeting Wednesday during 1st and 5th hours.  Please try to be here.

Students that are attending the Ferris State trip on Wednesday, please check for an email from Mr. Frechen this morning.


 

FRIDAY 1/13/2017

Attention all of those in the running for the Eagle Factor Talent Show, please meet Monday morning in room 104.  The meeting date has been changed.  Again, all Eagle Factor contestants in the running meet Monday during 1st hour in room 104.

There will be an important senior class meeting Wednesday during 1st and 5th hours.  Please try to be here.


 

WEDNESDAY 1/11/2017

For those who are still in the running for the Eagle Factor Talent Show, please meet in room 104 this Friday morning during 1st hour after reporting to your class for attendance.  We will be discussing the important information for the upcoming show!

Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors:  There  are permission slips for the field trip to Ferris State University in the counseling center.  The trip is on January 18th, and permission slips with essays are due back to Mr. Frechen or under his door by this Thursday.  There will be a First Class option for those that are interested.

SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENTS 

JV girls took on the Ravenna Lady bulldogs and never let them come out of their cage, shutting them down 51-28.  Great team effort all around with Fessenden leading with assists.  Kennidie Streed led with 20 points with Bri Pastor not far behind with 18 points, followed by Fessenden with 10 points.  The Eagles full court and half court press made it hard of the bulldogs to get any control of the game.  Macy Whipple led the Eagles with steals and made the Bull dogs pay while passing.  Thompson and Blackburn led with Rebounds.  Great win for the JV Lady eagles!  Come support these girls at this Friday’s away game against the Whitehall Vikings.


 

 


 

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