Morning Announcements for May 28, 2024
Posted on 05/28/2024

There are a number of people who have purchased yearbooks but we have been unable to deliver them. Some of those people were well known to Mr. Newman so he got creative; he has delivered some to students in his classes, he has stopped people in the hall to give them their yearbook, he even named his Fantasy Football Team to “Trent, come get your yearbook” in order to catch Aigeldinger’s attention.  This process has been tedious and slow.

 So let’s speed things up…beside the whiteboard in the foyer is now an orange Yearbook poster that lists the people who bought a yearbook but have yet to get their hands on them.  Please check this poster and if you are on the list, please swing by room 343 during 4th period to pick up your yearbook.

 If you are anxiously awaiting the news about the mythical extra yearbooks, we currently have a few extra available due to an overprinting by our publisher.  These will be available during the last half-hour of lunch today in room 343 on a first come, first served basis and they will not last long.  Bring your $45 and all the luck you can muster to see if you can get your hands on one of these unicorns.

Boozhoo OSS, a reminder to the ribbon shirt and ribbon skirt workshop participants, we will be meeting tomorrow after school in the Andaayang.

A reminder to all students going on the general trip that there is a meeting today at lunch in room 337

Book club will meet for the last time today at lunch. Come to room 311 to have a snack, talk books, and of course return any materials you have. I can't wait to see you!

To our wonderful OSS Musicians!  It has been a great season!  Summer Instrument Signout Sheets are available for interested students. Senior Concert Band Members & Junior Band Members are asked to file and return all MUSIC, FOLDERS and SHIRTS by the END of this week please


Grade 12 Students please check your school email.  An email was yesterday with a scholarship opportunity for students pursing a university degree who have a love of history.

 Mino Ghizheb OSS, a reminder that tomorrow is the Andaayang Drum Program in room 222 during the lunch hour.   Come out and learn traditional drumming in the Andaayang.  

 WE MEAN BUSINESS!!!  Temporary Tattoos, Candy, Ice Cream, Bracelets, fidgets and much, much more!!!  Come with CASH tomorrow to the upper and lower lobby at LUNCH to the Business Selling Market.  Items range from $1 to $5...must have cash.  All proceeds go to support he SPCA.   WE MEAN BUSINESS....see you at lunch tomorrow.