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Upcoming Events
5/1/2015
- DIVERSITY DAY
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
5/6/2015
5/20/2015
5/25/2015
6/2/2015
Repeating Event - Finals
8:00 AM
 
Oroville High School Announcements, Mission, and ESLRs
Spaghetti Dinner Night
Safe Grad Committee is sponsoring a spaghetti dinner this Saturday evening, May 25th,  in the OHS cafeteria from 5:00-7:00 - $10.00 per person.   Please come and support this event which is a fundraiser to make money for the seniors for Safe Grad Night!

Bunko Night is Saturday, May 1st at 6pm at the Eagles Hall.   $15 a person.   Come and have a fun night playing Bunko to support the Safe Grad Night!



 
SENIORS
There is a meeting in the Student Union at 11:30am TODAY (Friday)  for seniors.   It is mandatory.   Don’t miss it.  We will discuss Safe Grad, Graduation, Cap and Gowns & Tassels and Creative Imaging.   Don’t miss this mandatory meeting for all seniors!
 
Diversity Day
  Friday, May 1st is Diversity Day.   Put it on your calendar.   It runs from 12:00-1:00pm (over lunch hour).   There are many cultures represented and you'll hear their music, taste their food and much more.   And, there are food booths and information booths of all sorts!   Come and enjoy the fastest hour of your life with so many experiences!
Important Dates
Oroville High School has some very important dates coming up.   Friday, May 1st is Diversity Day at OHS from 12noon to 1:09pm.  Thursday, May 14th is Top Ten Awards Night at 7pm at the State Theatre and  Tuesday, May 26th is Scholarship Night (Academic Awards) at 6:30pm at the State Theatre.   OHS Graduation Night  is Thursday, June 4th at 8:15 pm at Harrison Field.  
CLEARING ABSENCES
To clear an absence, call the school office at (530) 538-2320, ext. 3311.
Daily Bulletin
Check out the Daily Bulletin that gets posted every day.   It will keep you up to speed on what is happening at Oroville High School!
Dress Code for OHS Students

Clothing for male and female students may be casual, but also must be appropriate for a learning environment.
 
Dresses, skirts, and shorts must reach the end of the student’s pointing finger. Halter tops or other backless clothing, strapless garments, and see-through attire including mesh or sleeveless shirts with low armholes are prohibited.  Cleavage and midriffs must be adequately covered.  Sagging or low-rise pants that show boxers, briefs, or thong underwear are not permitted.
 
Obscene or offensive clothing that portrays racist or sexist motifs, displays sexually suggestive pictures and messages, or promotes the use of alcohol, tobacco, drugs or violence are not allowed.  Clothing or accessories that promote gang affiliation are prohibited.  Gang-related tattoos must remain covered.
 
Hats that are objectionable, disrespectful, and alcohol, drug, or gang-related may not be worn on campus.  Whether students must remove their hats in the classroom is the call of the individual teacher.  Shoes or sandals are required.
 
Student Voter Registration
Vote!   Oroville High School would like to create opportunities for students to be civically engaged.  Students and staff may conveniently access an online voter registration application 24 hours a day.  Simply link to RegisterToVote@ca.gov to access the online voter registration application.   For more information, you can contact the Secretary of State's Voter Education and Outreach Services Team at (916) 651-3070 or MyVote@sos.ca.gov
Homework Hall
Dear Parents and Students:
     Last year, every teacher on the OHS campus made a commitment to our students and their families that NO student will fail.  This is a huge commitment, and although we know it is a very lofty goal, it dictates how we approach students who are having problems passing a class or even an important assignment.
      When students have been identified as struggling and in need of remediation or help, their teachers will assign them to mandatory consultation.   If students fail to attend, they will be referred to Academic Detention.  Beginning second semester, we will be making modifications to this policy.  Students who miss consultation will still be assigned to Academic Detention two times, but if they miss a third consultation and move into Status 3, a different consequence has been designed to help them become current with their school work.
     Homework Hall is for students who have missed three mandated consultations.  Credentialed teachers will supervise one-hour Homework Halls held from 12:06 to 1:06.  Status 3 students will attend four of them, from Tuesday through Friday.  Lunch will be brought to students while they work to master or make up assignments.
     Homework Hall will be held every other week.  During the off week, Status 3 students are expected to attend consultation with their teachers until they have performed adequately in all classes.   Before the next Homework Hall, if all of a student’s instructors sign a form saying that he or she has done satisfactory work, the student will be released from Homework Hall.
     We believe all students can learn.  The hours spent in Homework Hall will give some students the quiet time they need to focus and be successful.


 
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