Apr 1-5 ....... Spring Break (No School)
Apr 7 .......... School Resumes
Apr 10 ........ End of Third Quarter
Apr 14 - 18 . PTA Book Fair, before/after school & lunch
Apr 18 & 19 Parent/Student/Teacher Conferences
(No School for Students)
Apr 27 ........ Holland Happenings Parade
May 3 ......... SJMEA Junior Honor Band and
Choir Festival @ OHHS
May 5-23 .... ASB Election Process
May 16 ....... ASB Spring Super Social,** 2:40-4:40 pm
May 26 ....... Memorial Day (No School)
May 27 ....... Pops! Band Concert
Jun 3 ........... District Band Concert, 7:30 pm @ OHHS
Jun 4 ......... Spring Choir Concert, 7:30 pm @ OHHS
Jun 6 ........... Talent Show, 1:15 pm
Jun 13 ......... Eighth Grade Dance, 7:00-9:00 pm
Jun 16 ......... Recognition Assembly / 8th Grade Move-Up
Jun 16 ......... Last Day of School (½ Day for Students)
Jun 17, 18, 19 ..... Emergency Closure Makeup Day
The Washington State Departments of Health and Transportation are conducting a short telephone survey of parents from our schools. The survey asks how students travel to and from school. The information will be used to improve student transportation.
The survey is voluntary and parents can choose not to participate. To ensure they will not be contacted, parents will need to state the school name, their child’s grade, and the phone number they want removed from the contact list. We are asking parents to opt-out by March 25th to ensure they are not called once the survey begins.
If you know of a student aged 13-17 with parents in the Navy who could use a phenomenal free summer camp opportunity, please get this scholarship application in their hands. The deadline is May 14th!
For those students selected, the Navy is responsible for funding commercial airfare, camp registration, camp lodging, miscellaneous insurances, on-site camp meals, and any and all equipment, rentals, and deposits.
The camps include Sailing at NSA Annapolis; a California Adventure at NAS Lemoore; Panama City Water Adventures at NSA Panama City; and European Backpacking Outdoor Adventure at NS Rota. Please check out the attachment with more details and the application information/ process. Remember: the deadline is May 14th!
The ASB has created a new website with all the information and events that you need to know about what's going on at OHMS. Check it out HERE. Need some instant ASB? You can find them on Twitter @OHMSASB, and Instragram ohmsasb, and Facebook OHMS ASB.
Do you need help assisting your students with their Accelerated Reader testing? The Parent Resources Section on the Renaissance Learning web site is open to anyone–educators or parents–and has helpful Parent Guides answering frequently asked questions about our assessment, teaching, and learning tools. You can view it, download or print documents, and pass this link along to others.
Do you have personal pictures from your own camera or cell phone that you think would be great in the yearbook? Upload them for consideration in this year's yearbook by clicking the following link HERE.
Oak Harbor schools will no longer distribute materials on behalf of non-profit organizations that are trying to reach students and their parents. Instead, the district will provide those materials online for parents to view as they choose. This will save a tremendous amount of paper as well as staff time required to distribute the materials. It's estimated that schools distribute up to one half-million flyers and brochures each year for non-school events. Read the news HERE.
The Community Bulletin Board is provided to assist non-profit organizations to reach Oak Harbor students and parents with events and activities happening around the area. Visit the bulletin board HERE.
Oak Harbor Middle School is the proud educational home to 600 sixth, seventh and eighth grade students, their families, teachers and support staff. Our school is committed to Educate each student to value learning and to achieve academic and personal growth. OHMS offers many excellent programs including:
I encourage parents and community members to visit our school to experience the quality programs and observe first-hand the educational opportunities available to our students. Please contact me with your questions, concerns, and comments so that OHMS can continue to provide for the needs of every student.
Mr. Shane Evans, Principal