Online Learning Resources
Parents and Students,
Please reference this page for updated school closure resources. Information about online learning schedules and grading can be found in the "OHS Distance Learning Parent Letter" and the "Grading and Progress Reports Spring 2020" PDFs in the document container below. You'll also find a graduation schedule of events below.
There is a drop off box set up for returning work packets, library books, and text books. It's located at the high school's main front entrance and is accessible from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM daily.
Our high school support staff need to know the following:
- Contact info used to update Skyward in order to help with our goal of improving communication with families.
- When students can pick up their personal items left behind in hallway and/or PE lockers. Students were notified about the opportunity to collect their items on May 4th and May 5th. If you missed these dates, please contact Donna Howe (email@example.com) to schedule a pick up time.
High school juniors and seniors: take steps now to prepare for the future.
With all that’s going on in the world, it’s tempting to put off planning for the future. But there are steps you can take now to be ready when the time comes to continue your education.
Class of 2020:
- It’s not too late to apply or change your path. There are many options for college and career training after high school.
- Heading to college in the fall? Remember to send in final transcripts, make deposits, and finalize paperwork. Don't worry, most colleges are being flexible about deadlines.
- Double-check your FAFSA status—you may need to update your taxes or provide additional documents. If you filed a WASFA, check with the financial aid office to make sure your application is complete. And let them know if your family's financial situation has changed.
Class of 2021:
- Start looking into career paths and learn more about what kind of education you may need after high school.
- Senior year is a busy time! Working on application essays is a great way to get started on college applications during remote learning.
- Consider dual credit programs, which allow you to earn high school and college credit at the same time. Students who earn college credit are more likely to graduate high school, enroll in college, and complete college degrees.
Learn more and plan your future on the Washington Student Achievement Council website.
OHS Staff Telephone Directory and Teacher email for contact during School Closure.
Parents, our buildings doors are closed for the duration of the closure, but we want to make sure you can still reach your child's teachers or office staff. Click on the highlighted links.