Bulletin

Highlands High School
    Week of Jan 22nd - 25th, 2019

 

BELL SCHEDULE THIS WEEK

FINALS WEEK

Please prearrange absences and bring your Dr or appointment notes in morning before bell rings for when an Off Campus pass will be needed at any time during the day!

We will avoid interupting classes at any time this week due to class finals

Thank you

Jan. 21 (Mon.) NO SCHOOL Martin Luther King Jr. Day Observed
Jan. 22 (Tues.) Regular Tues. Bell Schedule
Jan. 23 (Wed.) Ext. Wed. Bell Schedule Per. 1, 3, 5, 7
Jan. 24 (Thurs.) Ext. Thurs. Bell Schedule Per. 2, 4, 6, 7
Jan. 25 (Fri.) Early Release Bell Schedule

Students – Join us for COCOA AND CRAM with Link Crew in the HS Commons on Tues. Jan. 22, Wed. Jan. 23 from 3pm -5pm in the HS Commons.

Tolo Dance is Saturday, Jan 26th in the HS Commons 8:00-11:30. Theme, Fire & Ice Students – don’t forget to pick up a Dance Guest Pass this week from the main office and get it turned back in right away – deadline for guest pass to be turned in is no later than by Wed. Jan. 23.

Ticket prices (per person): $5:00 with ASB card, $10:00 without ASB card, $15.00 at the door. Tickets will be announced when they go on sale

Freshman Class of 2022 - Mark your calendars - Class Field Trip on January 25th to Valley Lanes Bowling to celebrate the end of First Semester. We will depart at 8:35am from the main foyer, transport by school bus to bowling alley and return at 11:45am. Link Crew leaders will be attending with their freshman groups. (Message from Mrs. Joyce & Soni Klimek

(Reminder this is an Early Release day)

Attention All Seniors – Graduation Cap, Gown, Tassel and Order form If you missed out on ordering (on 1/11) there is still time to do so – however you must order everything now online at the Grad Services web site at: www.gradservicesnw.com

Note: a post card will be sent home to those who did not order, to notify seniors and parents of our important Feb. 1st deadline to avoid a $5 late fee.

Don’t hesitate to talk with Randy Smith your class advisor for cap, gown & tassel questions or more help.

HS Field Trips Scheduled *Lifeskills – students go w/ para’s in groups, off campus for daily community learning skills, job sites, etc. *Book Club –club members go w/ T. Agee to East & North elementary schools to read and assist students 2:10pm – 3pm.
Jan. 23 Knowledge Bowl at Okanogan HS at 4pm
Jan. 25 Freshmen Class Trip - to Valley Lanes with Link Crew Leaders (depart 8:35am, return 11:45am)
Jan. 26 HS and MS Bands at Wenatchee HS NCWMEA Solo Ensemble Contest (depart 5:45am, return 6pm).
Jan. 26 - 27 HS Robotics Club (Gear Up) Statewide Robotics at Seattle University (depart 1/26 5am, return 1/27 at 9pm). 
Jan. 28 Knowledge Bowl (at Liberty Lake HS) at 4pm
Feb. 1 – 2 HS Gear Up to CWU Ellensburg Campus tour, student experience (depart 2/1 at 7:30am, return 2/2 by 5pm).
Feb. 4 Knowledge Bowl (at Moses Lake HS) at 4pm
Feb. 6 – 9 HS Club Shred to Schweitzer Resort in Sandpoint, Idaho (depart 2/6 at 4pm, return 2/9 at 11:30pm).
Feb. 11 Knowledge Bowl at Omak HS at 4pm
Feb. 14 – 15 HS Adv. Choir chosen to perform at the National Association of Music Educators, All NW Division Conference in Portland, Oregon (depart 2/14 at 8am, return 2/15 at 11pm).
Feb. 22 – 24 HS Jazz Band to Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival, for Adjudication performance and concert University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho (depart 2/22 at 4pm, return 2/24 at 12:00pm).
Feb. 25 TBD Knowledge Bowl Regionals at Wenatchee HS
Mar. 6 FFA to Okanogan Sale Yard cattle judging (depart 9:45am, return 12:30pm).
Mar. 7 FFA to Tonasket Leadership Sub District Qualifications (depart 3pm, return 10pm). Mar. 8 – 9 FFA to Wenatchee Leadership Conference (depart 3/8 at 12:14pm, return 3/9 at 6pm).
Mar. 14 – 16 Robotics Club, to competition at Sun Dome Yakima (depart 3/14 at 2pm, return 3/16 at 10pm).
Mar. 20 FFA to Chelan Leadership Qualifications for State (depart 2pm, return 10pm). Mar. 21 – 23 Robotics Club to competition at West Valley, Spokane (depart 2pm, return 10pm).
Mar. 23 FFA to Colville Trapshoot, Teamwork Sportsmanship Safety (depart 5am, return 7pm).
Mar. 23 TBD Knowledge Bowl State at West Valley HS in Yakima.
Mar. 27 FFA to Wenatchee HS District 7 CDE (depart 2pm, return 10pm).
Mar. 29 – Apr. 5 WSU Upward Bound Spring Break Trip to college visits in New York City, NY, New Haven, CT, and Washington, DC (depart 3/29 at 12:00pm, return 4/5 at 3pm).
Mar. 30 FFA to Moses Lake for CDE skills and evaluations (depart 5am, return 7pm). April 12 – 13 FFA to Wenatchee State Trapshoot (depart 4/12 at 11:40am, return 4/13 at 5pm).
  April 24 FFA to Pateros 1
st year member CDE (depart 9am, return 1:30pm).
April 24 – 25 FFA to Ellensburg, State Horse CDE (depart 4/24 at 3pm, return 4/25 at 7pm).
  April 25 – 26 FFA to Asotin for CDE (depart 4/25 at 3pm, return 4/26 at 8pm).
April 30 – May 1 FFA to Spokane State Livestock and meats CDE (depart 4/30 at 3pm, return 5/1 at 8pm)
May 8 – 12 FFA to Pullman State FFA Convention and Competitions (depart 5/8 at 12noon, return 5/12 at 12noon)

YEARBOOK ANNOUNCEMENTS Yearbooks are $30 until February 1st. Purchase yearbooks from Maria or online at www.jostens.com

COUNSELING OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Attention All Students! AFTER SCHOOL TUTORING AVAILABLE!!! Letters with this info has been mailed home with grade reports.

Testing Dates:

  • ACT – Feb. 9, Apr. 13, June 8, July 13 (cont. next page)

2018-19

SAT Dates & Deadlines

fee is $64.50, please see Lana in counseling office for fee waiver.

SAT Date

Registration Deadline

9-Mar-19

8-Feb-19

4-May-19

5-Apr-19

1-Jun-19

3-May-19

 

CLUB ANNOUNCEMENTS & OTHER EVENTS

FCCLA meeting dates are during lunch on the first Wednesday of every month In the Food’s Room. 2/6, 3/6, 4/10, 5/1, 6/5

FBLA meetings will be every Friday during lunch in Mrs. Peterson’s room (C202).

UBWARD BOUND Tues. 1/22 UB Writing Center now starting, Maranda will be available for extra help on papers from 3:00 – 4:30pm at our office in the high school.

ATHLETICS

Pioneer Sports at a glance

Omak Winter Sports Schedule

HS SPORTS

Sport

Date

Day

H/A

Opponents/Title

Time

Dismiss

Depart

Return

HS JV BOYS BBALL

1/22/2019

Tues

H

Cashmere-MS Gym

4:15PM

3:00PM

HS JV GIRLS BBALL

1/22/2019

Tues

H

Cashmere-HS Gym

4:15PM

3:00PM

HS BOYS "C" BBALL

1/22/2019

Tues

H

Cashmere-MS Gym

5:45PM

3:00PM

HS VAR GIRLS BBALL

1/22/2019

Tues

H

Cashmere-HS Gym

5:45PM

3:00PM

HS VAR BOYS BBALL

1/22/2019

Tues

H

Cashmere-HS Gym

7:15PM

3:00PM

HS WRESTLING

1/24/2019

Thurs

A

@ Tonasket

6:00PM

3:00PM

4:30PM

9:30PM

HS JV GIRLS BBALL

1/25/2019

Fri

A

@ Okanogan-MS Gym

4:15PM

2:45PM

3:00PM

Drop Only

HS JV BOYS BBALL

1/25/2019

Fri

A

@ Okanogan-HS Gym

4:15PM

2:45PM

3:00PM

Drop Only

HS VAR GIRLS BBALL

1/25/2019

Fri

A

@ Okanogan-HS Gym

5:45PM

2:45PM

3:00PM

Drop Only

HS BOYS "C" BBALL

1/25/2019

Fri

A

@ Okanogan-MS Gym

5:45PM

3:00PM

4:30PM

Drop Only

HS VAR BOYS BBALL

1/25/2019

Fri

A

@ Okanogan-HS Gym

7:15PM

3:00PM

4:30PM

Drop Only

 

Here’s a Calendar of Omak HS events, activities, important dates coming up “At-A-Glance” to help you plan ahead

Jan. 28 (Mon.) PDM Bell Schedule Start of 2nd Semester Term 3

All Staff Mid – Year Meeting 2:30pm – in the PAC

Jan. 29 (Tues.) PRIDE Advisory Bell Schedule
 Jan. 30 (Wed.) Ext. Wed. Bell Schedule
 Jan. 31 (Thurs.) Ext. Thurs. Bell Schedule
Feb. 1 (Fri.) Regular Fri. Bell Schedule

More Dates to be posted!

 Omak School Board meetings (dates listed below) will be held in the Board Room at the Omak School District Office at 5:30 p.m. at 619 W. Bartlett Ave, Omak, WA. Jan. 22, 2019 Feb. 26, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Nondiscrimination Statement
The Omak School District complies with all federal and state rules and regulations and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation including gender expression or identity, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. This holds true for all district activities, programs, and employment opportunities. The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Title IX/RCW28A.640/RCW28A.642 Officer, as well as, Compliance Coordinator for State Laws RCW 28A.640 Sexual Equality and RCW 28A.642 Discrimination Prohibited Officer, LeAnne Olson (509) 826-7687, Section 504/ADA Coordinator, John Holcomb , johnholcomb@omaksd.org. This organization complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Persons who may need some accommodation in the hiring process should contact the Human Resources Office. Omak School District is a drug and tobacco free workplace. For more information on Omak School District’s Affirmative Action Plan, please visit the “District Information” section located under “our District” on the Omak School District website at www.omaksd.org. This organization requires a successful applicant to provide employment eligibility and verification of legal right to work in the United States in compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act.