Thursday, February 14, 2019

Oak Ridge High School Daily Bulletin



Everyone loves books.  Kids love to read them.  Dogs love to chew on them.  Even teachers love them – and not just boring textbooks!  Swing by the library to see some of your teachers’ favorite non-textbook books on display now.  You can even check them out to enjoy yourself! (Th) – C. Milloway


If your love life on Valentine’s Day is going better than your academic life, let NHS help you succeed on both fronts. Come to free tutoring with Rosalia Otaduy-Ramirez and Manshi Patel from 3:15 to 3:50 in the Counselling Center. (Th)  K. Senter


Students: Make up days for registration for next year’s classes will be this Thursday and Friday. If you did not bring your registration form back SIGNED BY YOUR PARENT, please have that completed and with you here at school to be registered either this Thursday or Friday. (Th) – K. Rowland


The Driving Center will be hosting two Driver Education Classes over Spring Intercession.  The first is March 11th and the second is March 18th.  Please check their website at for information and registration (Tu, Th – 3.7) – T. Seals


If you are interested in attending this year’s Introduce a Girl to Engineering program at Y-12, stop by student services to pick up a permission form. The trip is Thursday, February 21, from 8:30 to 12:00. Return your permission form to student services by February 19. Space is limited and you must be in good standing to attend. (Tu, Th – 2.19) – B. Estep


Any student who has registered for The Business Academy Co-op and/or Virtual Enterprise class for 2019-2020 must attend a mandatory meeting in order to participate in either or both programs. Students should choose either the Tuesday, March 5, or Thursday, March 7, meeting to attend. The meeting will begin at 3:15 and will last until 4:00 p.m. and will be held in CS347. See Mrs. Ledden if you have questions. (2.14 2.18 2.20) T. Ledden





The FBLA Club will be raising money for The March of Dimes during the week of February 18th -22nd. The March Of Dimes began in 1938 to help all moms and babies have the best care and health possible. The homeroom that donates the most money will win a Chick-Fil-A breakfast for the entire class. Please donate to this amazing cause. (M) – C. Stalliard


Teens for Contact will meet Monday in the college and career after school until 4.(M) – A. King


Do you have a choice to come to Philosophy Club in Mr. Pickering’s room (LC322) after school on Friday? Or are you destined to be there for a discussion on free will and determinism? (F) –A. Pickering





Attention 10th grade students planning to enroll in Middle College: There is a Steven L. Coffey Memorial Middle College Scholarship for Anderson County students. Applications are available from March 15 – May 12, 2019. Please see the link here for more information:  (Tu, Th 3.15) B. Ottinger


House Method’s is opening of the second annual House Method scholarship, which awards $1,000 toward the education of a student committed to bettering our lives in our homes. The deadline is October 15, 2019.

To learn more about qualifications, requirements, the application process, and past winners visit:  (W 5.30) – L. Wendt





Date Day Sport Opponent / Event Location Time
2/16 Sa Bsktbl Girls TBD   District Tourn KARNS 6:00
2/18 M Bsktbal Boys TBD   District Tourn KARNS 7:30