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October 15
Safe Schools Week at OHS

October 15-18, 2019 is Safe Schools Week at OHS. Our school will be practicing evacuation and crisis procedures, along with fire and bus safety. All school staff, teachers and students will be participating. 

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September 09
Camp CLASS is now FULL

​Please see the following document for more information. Deadline is Wednesday September18th. Limited number of seats available. This event fills up fast. Don't wait until the deadline or the seats may already be filled. 

Camp Class Info Letter.docxCamp Class Info Letter.docx

September 09
Meet the Teacher Open House

Parents/Guardians of Oromocto High School students, 

Tomorrow, Tuesday Sept. 10, 2019 from 6:00-7:30 PM, we will be hosting our annual Open House for parents and students of OHS.  The format of the evening will be as follows. 

6:00 – 6:45 PM

  • Meet and greet in the cafeteria lobby and courtyard with all teachers, parents, and students. Please come and socialize and meet your child's teacher(s) informally in the cafeteria.
  • BBQ and snacks will be provided during this time.
  • Parents can also choose to come to the main administration office and sign up for PowerSchool Parent Portal and/or SchoolCash Online. 

6:00-7:00 PM

  • Schedules and school maps will be available to parents in the main office. If you do not have your child's schedule or are new the school please come to the office and we can make sure that you have everything you need. 

6:45 – 7:20 PM

  • All teachers will be in their classrooms.
  • Parents/Guardians and students are welcome to circulate on a drop in basis to your child's classrooms to meet the teacher.
  • Teachers will review courses, curriculum, and classroom/learning environment expectations.

7:20 PM

  • PSSC (Parent School Support Committee) elections and meeting in the cafeteria with Principal Holder. If you have interest in participating in the OHS PSSC please come to the cafeteria at 7:20 PM. 

We look forward to seeing everyone at our Open House on Tuesday evening and thank you for your support in helping us kick off another great year at OHS!​

September 09
Cafeteria Breakfast Menu

​Start your day off at the OHS cafeteria. Please see the following menu of breakfast items available each morning. 

Breakfast Menu 2019-2020.pdfBreakfast Menu 2019-2020.pdf

September 03
Semester One Important Dates

​Please see the attached document for important dates to remember this semester.

SEMESTER ONE IMPORTANT DATES 2019-2020.final.pdfSEMESTER ONE IMPORTANT DATES 2019-2020.final.pdf

August 28
Welcome Back, Welcome to Oromocto High School

Back to School Information September 2019.pdfBack to School Information September 2019.pdf

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August 06
School Supplies for September 2019
Please note that school supply needs vary by subject teacher and grade level. There is no set standard list of supplies your child will need. Teachers will provide a list of needed supplies on the first day of classes.

Students may choose to use a subject divided binder to collect notes and organize their classes. This, or any scribbler/duotang with looseleaf,  and a pen/pencil is all that will be needed on day one of school.

Thank you. 


June 17
Graduation 2019 and Report Card Distribution

​The following is an important message for all members of the Oromocto High School community.


The first is a reminder that report card distribution this year for students in Grades 9 through 11 only,  will be on Wednesday, June 19. Bus students will be bused in at the regular time and will receive their report cards from their homeroom teachers and buses will start to depart at 9:30AM. Students who walk or drive may get their report cards from their homeroom teacher at any time after O'Canada plays at 8:40AM. Grade 12 students are not to be present at school on Wednesday for report card distribution as report cards will be inserted in the the diploma package for graduation evening.


Graduation rehearsal is Tuesday, June 18 from 9AM until approximately noon. All potential graduates attending the ceremony must attend the rehearsal. Parents please note that our graduation awards ceremony occurs during rehearsal. We encourage all family members to attend. Students please be at the Aitken Centre no later than 8:45AM. All fees must be paid before students are issued their gown at the end of the rehearsal ceremony. 

Prom is Tuesday, June 18, beginning at 7PM at the Hazen Centre in Oromocto at 994 Onondaga Street (Behind the Oromocto Mall). 

Graduation ceremony is Wednesday, June 19 at the Aitken University Centre in Fredericton on the UNB campus. Doors open at 6PM. Ceremony starts at 7PM. Graduates must be at the Aitken Centre no later than 6:30PM. Tickets to graduation are not required and seating is on a first come-first served basis. 

Each graduate will have their photo taken once they receive their diploma. Photos are on sale for $5.00 and can be purchased on-line through SchoolCash or in the front lobby of the Aitken Centre prior to the ceremony. 

Safe Grad begins immediately following the graduation ceremony. All students attending SafeGrad are expected to be on a bus no later than 9:35PM. Buses will depart for Oromocto High School at that time. Students must remain at the SafeGrad venue all night unless picked up by a parent/guardian. Students will depart via bus for home Thursday morning.

This information will be posted on the Oromocto High School website as well. 

Thank you. ​

May 16
OHS International Student Program

The New Brunswick International Student Program (NBISP), a program of Atlantic Education International, a government of New Brunswick agency, welcomes students in middle and high school from over 20 countries to attend a New Brunswick school for a few months, a semester or for the full school year.  The program provides an opportunity for visiting students to live with a host family, attend classes with New Brunswick students and participate in extra-curricular and community activities so they can develop their language skills and create lasting friendships. New Brunswick students and communities also benefit through enhanced cultural exposure and positive economic spin-offs.

 

The program is seeking homestay families for students arriving in September at OHS. The responsibilities of homestay families include providing a bedroom for the student (not shared), internet access, three nutritious meals/day, and most importantly is welcoming students as part of the family. All types of families including those with or without children are invited to apply. Homestay Coordinator, Larry Wood, will meet with applicants for an interview at your home in order to make the best match for both hosts and students. Hosts are required to submit a Criminal Record Check as part of the application  process. A stipend of $350 is paid two times per month to cover costs of hosting.  Larry  provides support to homestay families and students throughout the year and coordinates monthly activities for students. Interested hosts can fill out an expression of interest form at www.nbisp.ca or contact Larry directly at Larry.Wood@nbed.nb.ca


Please see the following links regarding the International Program:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dM_zx9AfNyg&feature=youtu.be

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEHWzj0KKvs ​

February 19
Student Course Selection Handbook
To all Parents and Guardians please the attachment regarding course selection for the 2019-2020 academic year. Students will receive a copy of the Handbook on Friday, February 22nd. 

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