Tuesday, April 16, 2019
Oak Ridge High School Daily Bulletin
Masquers would like to invite you to Sketch Night on Thursday, at 7. Come watch your friends show off their acting skill and directing skills in 7-10 minute sketches. The cost is $3 and is in the Auditorium. (W) – V. Moreno
Students taking AP exams: please plan to attend one of the 4 mandatory pre-administration sessions this week to fill out all of the paperwork for your exams. We will meet in the amphitheater Wednesday, April 17th and Thursday, April 18th during lunch and after school. We will also be collecting payments on any outstanding balances. (4/12-4/16) – A. Roberts
Any Junior who is interested in serving on the Class of 2020 Senior Steering committee needs to pick up an application from Ms. Hondorf or Ms. Sobek this week. Applications are due on Thursday. Senior Steering is a group of 20 students who work with the class officers to plan and organize senior class activities. (4/15-4/16) – D. Sobek
Come be a part of the award winning ORHS Color Guard and perform with the WildBand at football games and competitions. No experience necessary. All students in grades 9-12 are welcome. Performing Arts and Wellness C credits are earned for this audition only class. Clinic begins Tuesday, April 16th, at 4:00 pm in the Band Room. (4/15-4/16) – M. Hughey
Is your life not turning out like the Brady Bunch? Get back some of that academic joy with free NHS tutoring from Ethan Brady and David Joy on Tuesday from 3:15 to 3:50 in the Counselling Center. (4/15-4/16) – K. Senter
Tickets to Prom 2019, Living Behind the Mask: a Met Gala, will be on Pre-Order April 3rd -5th in the Arena Kiosk during 5th period at the pre-order cost of $30 for singles and $60 for couples. Tickets will be on sale April 22nd -25th during 5th period at the price of $40 for singles and $80 for couples. Tickets WILL NOT be sold Friday April 26th or Saturday April 27th. All tickets are NON-TRANSFERABLE and NON-REFUNDABLE.
If your date is not a current ORHS student you must complete a Guest Application form found in Student Affairs or with Ms. Eidam in LC 313. All forms must be completed and turned in with a copy of the guest’s ID to Student Services by April 24th.
Promposal contest. Did you ask your date to prom in a creative way? Would you like to win a pair of tickets to Living Behind the Mask: a Met Gala? Send pictures or video of your promposal with a short explanation of your proposal to Ms. Eidam at email@example.com by April 16th. The winner will receive a free pair of tickets to Prom 2019 or a refund if they had already pre-ordered their tickets. (Th, Th .
Junior and Senior Girls– are you in need of a prom dress? The ORHS Prom Closet will be open during the following dates and times: Lunch 5a & 5B March 29, April 1, April 5, April 9 and April 11 / After school until 3:45 April 4, April 8, April 9, April 11 & April 15!
Junior & Senior Boys- we have a LIMITED amount of donated tuxedo vests, ties and shoes. Please see Mrs. King in counseling if you need these for prom! (Tu, Th – 4/15) – A. King
ASAP Youth Ambassadors are having an informational meeting on Tuesday, April 16th after school in the College Room of the counseling office. There will be Pizza and treats for those who attend and find out more about the program! (Th, M, Tu) – 4.16
Attention Seniors! There is a paid summer internship at UT. This runs from 8am-1pm for 4 weeks in June. There you will learn about STEM teaching and get a chance to teach and learn under guidance of UT faculty members. This is open to all graduating seniors who plan to enroll in a Community College next fall. For more information, please contact Dr. Lynn Hodge at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Council is offering a $2000 scholarship to a senior in the class of 2019. Applicants should have made a positive impact on their community, shown exceptional leadership, and contributed to the student body in their four years at ORHS! Forms are available on Mrs. Wagner’s door in LC331 and are due on May 17th. (4/15-4/18) – A. Wagner
Erin Fitch, the regional representative for Camp Invention in Tennessee has volunteer opportunity available for high school students needing service hours in the summer of 2019. They are running a program at St. Mary’s Catholic School and are in need of high school student volunteers. Kristin Barron is the camp director this year and is looking for any student interested in mentoring elementary aged students. Below are the program details.
Leadership Intern for Camp Invention:
- Rising 10-12 graders (based on next school year)
- Looking for students who would be great role models for elementary school aged students.
- Students will receive 40 service hours
- A letter of recognition from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (great for college applications) (Th) – L. Wendt
ATHLETICS THIS WEEK on next page
|Date||Day||Sport||Opponent / Event||Location||Time|
|4/16/19||Tu||Baseball JV / V||Powell||Away||5:00 / 7:30|
|4/16/19||Tu||Soccer JV / V||West||Away||5:00 / 7:00|
|4/18/19||Th||Soccer JV / V||Karns||Away||5:00 / 7:00|
|4/19-20/19||F-Sa||Baseball V||Kevin Calia Tournament||Home||TBA|
|4/20/19||Sa||T & F||Vol Classic||Away||TBD|