Thursday, May 23, 2019
Oak Ridge High School Daily Bulletin
SENIORS that attended Woodland Elementary – The Senior Walk at Woodland is WEDNESDAY, May 29 from 11:00 – 12:00. Earlier information was incorrect. (5.23) TS
Convocation Ushers-There will be a mandatory meeting immediately after school on Thursday (5/23) in the auditorium to assign roles and practice before the senior breakfast on Friday and the actual event on May 29th. If you are unable to attend, please see Madame Barry in CS 307. Merci!
We have an important parking announcement for all students who drive to school. For the remainder of the school year if your car is parked in a staff parking spot at any point in the day it is subject to be towed. Please only park in student parking spots in the designated student lots (Arena and Turnpike) or on the street on Providence Road. (Tu, Th)
Think you can do what we do? Want to be an anchor for next year’s morning bulletin? Come to auditions today in room CS 213 right after school. See you then! (5/23) – D. Kolodney
Yearbooks will be on sale every morning this week before school, starting at 7:15, in CS328 in the English wing. They will also be on sale between classes or after school on Wednesday and Thursday only. We are down to a very limited number of books, so buy one early in the week if you would like one–$85 cash only. The last day to purchase a yearbook is Friday, May 24. After this point, yearbooks will no longer be sold. (5/21-5/24) – R. Byrd
It’s not too late to prevent senioritis, or junioritis, or whatever ails you. Let NHS manage your symptoms with the last free tutoring opportunity of the year. Come see Manshi Patel and Rosalia Otaduy-Ramirez from 3:15 to 3:50 in the Counseling Center today. (5/23) – K. Senter
Recycling. Clean energy. Cars of the future. Germany and Switzerland have been at the forefront of some of the world’s most forward-thinking approaches to technology and energy. Join us Spring Break 2020 to see why- these countries are a perfect blend of European charm and start-up culture.
Come find out more about the Sustainable Living in Germany and Switzerland tour next Wednesday, May 29th during lunch in Mrs. Hondorf’s room- LC210. (5/22-5/24) – B. Hondorf
Athletic training is looking for two highly motivated students to be part of the student trainer team for football on Friday nights. If interested come by and see Terra in the Athletic training room next week after school. (5/23-5/24) – S. Thompson
SERVICE HOURS & TN PROMISE VOLUNTEER HOURS AVAILABLE
Seniors still needing TN Promise community service hours before July 1st: Linden’s Lions Pride Team will be hosting School Clean Up Days this coming Saturday, May 11th and again on Saturday, May 25th from7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. They will also host this on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of June (8th and 22nd)
No need to sign up, simply SHOW UP! Water and hand sanitizer provided but bring a rake, shovel and/or broom and complete your hours for TN Promise and help Linden Elementary look GREAT in the process!
Text Marla Weber at 740-703-7976 with questions. (Tu, Th 5.23) – K. Rowland
SERVICE HOURS OPPORTUNITY!!! SECRET CITY FESTIVAL The 2019 Oak Ridge Secret City Festival is looking for volunteers who need to fulfill Community Service hours. The Festival is June7 & 8 from 10 a.m. – approximately 11:00 p.m. Please go to www.secretcityfestival.com and press the Volunteerbutton. Please contact email@example.com any questions. (Tu, Th 5.27) L. Wendt
TN Promise students can earn 4.0 hours of service at the Department of Public Works Open House. You would be helping set up for the event and then working various booths during the Open House. You will need to report to Tasha Pitsenbarger at the Central Services Complex (100 Woodbury Ave.) on Thursday, May 23 at 4:00pm and should be out of there by 8:00pm. Please call Tasha at 425-1875 if you have any questions. (Tu, Th 5.23) – S. Herrell
SENIORS: Please know your row number and seat number by Friday, May 24. These lists are posted in the Food Court, Wildcat Arena Area, and Guidance Area. Any Questions? Contact Dr. Vaughan
Seniors who are or will be 18 years old on or before February 20, 2020, may register to vote this Friday morning before your breakfast. The League of Women Voters of Oak Ridge will set up in the food court to register you. Members of the League have been sworn in by the Anderson County Election Commissioner Mark Stephens so that you may vote in the next election, whether or not you are out of state. You must know your social security number to register. Once your registration is processed (it takes about two weeks), you will receive by snail mail your registration card. This opportunity to register now is a real
convenience, so do take advantage of it. Voting is your right as a U.S. Citizen as Former General and U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower put it. (5/21-5/24) – T. Seals
Seniors, if you would like a final transcript please complete the senior exit survey that was linked to you by your counselor. If you have any questions, see Ms. Wendt in the counselors office. Final transcripts will be sent out mid-June once all grades are in Skyward. (M,W,F) – L. Wendt
Any Sophomore or Junior who will be attending Governor’s School for the summer of 2019 needs to see Ms. Thacker in attendance ASAP. )5/23-5/24) – P. Redman
The Tennessee Alpha Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon will award $6,500 in scholarships to the incoming 2019/2020 male freshman class. Students attending the University of Tennessee-Knoxville this fall can apply. The application takes approximately 15 minutes and applicants are under no obligation to join a fraternity. Please go do www.tnalpha.com to complete your application. The deadline is June 14, 2019.
(Th 5.30) – L. Wendt
Wildcat and Lady Wildcat tennis teams have their awards banquet Thursday night at St. Mary’s in Oak Ridge. At 5:30 parents and players will enjoy great food and a video summary of the spring’s match play. At 6:00 coaches Joanne and David Bowman will present letters and post-season awards to 35 student-athletes, saying goodbye to 18 ORHS seniors. (5/23) – D. Bowman