Week of 03/06/2020

SPORTS AT A GLANCE

STUDENTS CAN BRING THEIR OWN DEVICE

A reminder that we are offering  all students that have a laptop or iPad at home to use it on campus instead of a school issued laptop. It is our hope that, with enough studetns signing up for Wifi, that all students will have access to technology. To sign up, please print the agreement here, if you don’t have a printer we have additional copies in the office. Agreements should be turned in at the Assistant Principal’s office, within 48 business days parents will receive an email with software instructions.

OLYMPIAN HIGH STUDENTS SPONSORED BY COX AT THE STEM EXPO

Olympian High students were chosen to showcase their engineering projects and inform the community of the school’s program. All participants have chosen Engineering as their future career goal. The trip was coordinated by Mr. Avazan and Ms. Troxill. We are very proud of our Eagle students.

Towel and Blanket Drive for the Humane society and Local Animal Shelters

Did you know that most kittens and puppies are born during the spring and summer months? Unfortunately, many are born in the shelters. The caring staff at the Chula Vista Humane Society wrap the newborns, their mothers, injured animals and post-surgery animals in blankets for warmth and comfort. After each use, towels and blankets must be sanitized and bleached and wear out quickly. If you have any unwanted towels or blankets, please consider donating them. There will be a donation box in the main office, and room 609. Donations will be accepted until May 22nd.

STEM EXPO

For more information please follow this link: www.lovestemsd.org

High School Students Can Win a New Laptop

The Metropolitan Transit System (MTS), Coca-Cola, and the San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) will award new laptops to 40 San Diego County high school students through their annual laptop scholarship contest.    Students in grades 9 to 12 can submit an essay on this year’s theme: developing a shared vision for transit in San Diego. Essays must be a minimum of 750 words and will be judged on four criteria.    Submissions are due April 10. Visit the contest webpage for details. View the contest flyer.

SDCOE ESPORTS EVENTS

SDCOE’s Innovation division is hosting the following eSports events this spring. Spaces are filling up fast, so don’t delay signing up! Registration is free.

  • March 8 – International Women’s DayJoin us for a Women in Gaming Panel to celebrate International Women’s Day at the Microsoft Store in San Diego. The event is open to everyone.
  • March 29 – League of Legends ASU GSV Partnership Tournament SDCOE is looking for four local high schools to battle for the first ASU GSV League of Legends Cup. This event is at the Manchester Grand Hyatt in San Diego and is open to four clubs who are school-sanctioned during the 2019-20 academic year.

Contact Alicia Gallegos Butters at abutters@sdcoe.net with any questions

CENSUS

Census 2020 is coming in April and is important to all of us. We encourage you to share Census 101, a one-page, double-sided document that you can print and have in your front office, post on campus, share in emails to parents, or link to on your social media. Census 101 is available in Arabic, Armenian, Chinese, English, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, and Vietnamese.

Week of 03/02/2020

BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE (PDP Program)

The district is unable to provide enough laptops for every student. This year, the senior class did not get laptops. Next year, the plan is to provide laptops for 11th and 12th grade with some additional laptops to be used as class sets by 9th and 10th graders.

We developed a plan to provide technology to all students, this includes providing Wifi on campus for students to use their own device. The district calls this the Personal Device Program (PDP).

Here are a couple of bullets about the student Wifi program:

  • The filter only works on campus, there is no filtering at home, and the school does not track home use.
  • To sign up they return a signed parent agreement, then within 2 days an email is sent to parents that gives software uploads.
  • Students return their school issued laptop to the library once connected.
  • Wifi will be avaiable until graduation, no need to renew yearly.
  • System requirements: Windows 10, macOS 10.1.2 or higher, and iOS 11.0 or higher

We would like all students that have a laptop or iPad at home to use it on campus. It is our hope that, with enough studetns signing up for Wifi, that all students will have access to technology. To sign up, please print the agreement here. If you don’t have a printer we are providing agreements in their classes on Wednesdsay.

Lastly, just for fun, underclassmen that sign up will receive an icecream treat from ASB!

SPIRIT WEEK STARTS MONDAY!

CSF REGISTRATIONS CONTINUE

Registration will resume next Tuesday at lunch. Don’t forget to bring your transcript and 5 dollars, and please staple your transcript to your application for registration. Thank you!

COME TO THE MAD CONCERT

Come enjoy a night of music, fun and food at our yearly concert.

JOIN US FOR DINNER ON MONDAY!

Come join us on Monday from 4:00 to 8:00 at Chipotles and help us promote our school Choir

ENJOY SOMETHING DELICIOUS WHILE HELPING THE ORCHESTRA

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR STUDENT OF THE MONTH

She is the president of the Unified Sports Club.  She demonstrates leadership skills for the club, but more importantly, her caring nature shines as she works with our students with disabilities.  She attends conferences, helps to organize club meetings, and participates in our Unified Sports activities including basketball, track, and soccer.  She is such a kind hearted person and I see a very bright future for her.  She exemplifies the Eagle way and totally deserves to be recognized. Thank you for all that you do!”

Congratulations to Eden Brown for leading by example and showing what it means to live the “Eagle Way”.

ESSAY CONTEST

WEEK OF 02/25/2020

WEEK AT A GLANCE

9TH GRADE PARENT VISITS FEB 24 – FEB 27

Student will showcase their 9th Grade Olympian Milestone Projects, the E-Portfolio, to engage in meaningful discussions and reflections regarding their academic and personal growth and to set goals. Parents can park near the main office and proceed to our Multi-Purpose Room (MPR) on days scheduled

24th ANUAL ADELANTE LATINO CONFERNCE

It is our pleasure to invite all students to the 24th Annual Adelante Latino Conference. Mr. Govea will send an email to all parents in the near future if they wish to sign up to attend the event, if you have any questions you can email him directly at michael.govea@sweetwaterschools.org

Information about our keynote speaker can be found at http://humbertogurmilan.com/75-2/ . For additional updates and conference schedle, you can check the Adelante Latino Website or via Twitter at @AdelanteLatino1 for updates.

We will be asking for students to sign up in March, look for a follow-up email.

ENROLL IN COMPUTER SCIENCE

PLEASE PARTICIPATE IN OUR FUNDRAISER AT EL POLLO GRILL

We ask students and parent to join us in helping PTSO. To join PTSO please follow this link

LOOKING FOR SENIOR QUOTES FOR THE YEARBOOK!

Hey seniors, have you ever thought about having a senior quote? Well, this year is your chance to have one. In order to make this happen, we must have 70% of your participation. This is the link to the google form to submit your quote. Make sure you read the requirements for a quote and follow them. The deadline is March 1, so hurry up and think about your quotes. Also all of next week during lunch we will provide a booth for you to submit your quotes in front of the pavilion.

PLEASE CHECK THE NON-PRIVILEGE LIST

Students on the non-privilege list are not able to participate in extra-curricular activities, such as field trips or school outings. For Seniors, it also may mean prom, gradnite, senior breakfast or other Senior activities. To check the list please click on the non-privilege list link.

If a student is on there for attendance specifically, all they have to do is attend Saturday School to get off, and go to future ones if assigned to remainoff the list.

WEEK OF 02/17/2020

CELEBRATING PRESIDENTS DAY

ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR AVID NEXT YEAR

AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) is an elective class for students who want to go to college and want to take more challenging classes but may need some extra support to be successful. If students would like to challenge themselves with a more rigorous class, or have struggles in rigorous classes, AVID gives them the extra help needed so to succeed academically. Universities look for students who push themselves, and AVID helps do that!

The AVID Program is accepting applications for next year’s classes. If students are looking for extra support to be college ready, and are willing to challenge themselves academically, consider AVID!  Click on this link for the AVID FLYER for more information. 

9TH GRADE PARENT VISITS FOR FEB 24 – FEB 27

At these Student-Led Conferences, your student will showcase her/his 9th Grade Olympian Milestone Project with you, the E-Portfolio, to engage in meaningful discussions and reflections regarding their academic and personal growth and to set goals. Parents can park near the main office and proceed to our Multi-Purpose Room (MPR) on days scheduled

11TH GRADE PARENTS MARCH 11 & MARCH 12

Juniors have been working on their Portfolio Exhibitions to present to their parents in March, we look forward to parents visiting the school. Please refer to the following visit schedule:

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COME JOIN THE FUN!!!!

Come enjoy a variety of performances and food while helping to support the Earthguardian Club

STUDENTS CAN LEARN FILIPINO FOLK DANCES

Students intersted in joining please fill out the attached flyer and drop it by room 406 or contact

HELP SUPPORT PTSO

OHS PTSO NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT

Great school programs create great students leading to great outcomes! Help the PTSO support Olympian High School in its continued endeavor to establish an outstanding environment and culture that enables each student’s academic success.There are many easy ways to support your PTSO in its partnership with OHS:

Become a PTSO Member

*Annual membership fee is only $20 per family.

*Joining the PTSO is simple and easy and can be done online via credit card or with an online check payment.  Pledge your support using the button below.

*Your $20 helps to support the following activities or supplies: senior scholarships, CSF banquet, science lab equipment and supplies, math department graphing calculators and batteries, bus transportation (field trips, AVID, band and color guard events), health office snacks, online educational support tools and licenses, English Department books, Parent Visitation Luncheon, Freshman Led Conference snacks, Junior Portfolio snacks, and more!

PTSO Donations – Online Giving

The PTSO sponsors and supports activities and events throughout the year for Olympian families, students, teachers and staff.  To contribute and help offset costs, please consider a one-time or ongoing donations to make events a success.  Donate Now

PTSO Envelopes can also be found in the main office and dropped off at the PTSO lockbox located near Jacquie’s desk.

If you do not remember if you joined already this year, please reply to me or Ana C. and we can check for you or you can email the PTSO at olympianptso1925@gmail.com .

STUDENTS VISIT UCSD

Students in Ms. More’s clas had the oportunity to be part of the UCSD Pharmacy Day last Saturday. They look like they had a great time. Thank you Ms. More for organizing the field trip.

Call for Volunteer Jurors – USD Law Trial Advocacy Mock Trial

Each school year, there are numerous opportunities for local high school and college students to become involved in our advocacy programs at the University of San Diego School of Law.  This spring semester, students in our Trial Advocacy course will conduct a mock trial lasting 2½-3 hours. These trials will take place at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 at the South County Superior Court in Chula Vista.

Many students, particularly those with an interest in pursuing careers in the law, enjoy the opportunity to participate in mock trials and interact with judges, attorneys, professors, and law students. Volunteer jurors observe the trial in the “courtroom” to which they are assigned.  Jurors deliberate and render a verdict in the case.  Judges or attorneys generally preside over each trial, providing the opportunity to interact with experienced practitioners.  Students receive a certificate of participation certifying their volunteer time, and there is no advanced preparation required.

If any students are interested in participating as a volunteer juror, we kindly request that registration be made individually at https://usdlawmocktrialapril7.eventbrite.com. You may contact MS. Mansala at (619) 260-4150 or via email at lawevent@sandiego.edu if you have any questions

WEEK OF 02/10/2020

CELEBRATING PRESIDENTS DAY

School will be closed Friday, February 14 and Monday, February 17 in obsevance of Presidents Day.

SPORTS CALENDAR AT A GLANCE

9TH GRADE PARENT VISITS FOR FEB 24 – FEB 27

At these Student-Led Conferences, your student will showcase her/his 9th Grade Olympian Milestone Project with you, the E-Portfolio, to engage in meaningful discussions and reflections regarding their academic and personal growth and to set goals. Parents can park near the main office and proceed to our Multi-Purpose Room (MPR) on days scheduled

Your student has been working on the E-Portfolio in classes at school,here are the general directions for those who still need to complete the tasks: docs.google.com/document/d/15isGNZErob9e5ThybK4iKrj_MAVxmPcxmHt54rD116E/edit. If your student needs assistance, E-Portfolio help is available in the library every morning before school from 6:30-7:20am and Wednesdays after school, or in room 712 during their Academic Tutorial Period (ATP) on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

11TH GRADE PARENTS MARCH 11 & MARCH 12

Juniors have been working on their Portfolio Exhibitions to present to their parents in March, we look forward to parents visiting the school. Please refer to the following visit schedule.

WANT TO BECOME A TEACHER?

Students interested in becoming teachers are invited to attend a workshop by San Diego State University. One of the sessions will be at Olympian High.

STUDENT OF THE MONTH: JONATHAN LIANG

Attention ALL EAGLES! It’s time to announce the January Student of the Month! Nominated by Ms. Bumatayk, she wrote, “This student is the epitome of a student that demonstrates the Eagle Way! He greets everyone with a smile and is always very pleasant. In addition, he is a top-notch student with a 4.3 GPA taking four Advanced Placement classes this year. He shows that he can manage his time by keeping up with his studies while being an athlete on the Volleyball Team! Also, he is a student leader who provides service to others by being a Peer Mediator and a member of the Kiwins Club. Furthermore, this student is bilingual and has helped office staff tremendously in communicating with one of our Eagles through his skill and talent. I appreciate his willingness to help and his sincerity in caring about others.”. Congratulations to Jonathan Liang for being such a diligent student and an overall amazing person. 

A INVITATION FROM SOUTHWESTERN COLLEGE DREAMER CENTER

Southwester college invites you to an upcoming Conference with important information regarding DACA and the services they provide on campus. Also open to all students, families & community; they will be discussing financial aid, legal immigration resources and opportunities. FREE breakfast will be provided, they just ask that you please RSVP AT: https://forms.gle/Eefe3pGVci2btg2K9  

NATURALIZATION CONSULTATION WORKSHOPS

Alliance San Diego has been holding a series of naturalization educational forums and assessment workshops in the South Bay to assist community members in becoming citizens before the 2020 elections.  This month they will be holding Naturalization Consultation workshops that will have Department of Justice accredited representatives and immigration attorneys  present to evaluate whether individuals are eligible for naturalization.  Please see this article on the Star News for more information.

Call for High School Student Poll Workers on Election Day

High school students who serve as poll workers on Election Day bring an element of excitement and a fresh perspective to the polls.   To be eligible for the Poll Worker Program, students must be 16 years of age by Election Day, March 3; have a GPA of at least 2.5 on a 4.0 scale; and be a citizen or lawful permanent resident of the United States.   The County of San Diego also requires students to obtain written permission from their school and a parent or guardian, and to complete training. Student poll workers who complete their training and assignment receive a signed certificate for up to 21 hours of community service and a stipend based on the position they fill on Election Day.   For more information, view the student poll worker FAQ sheet and application form.

STEM Events at the University of San Diego

STEM Fair   Middle and high school students can join University of San Diego (USD) faculty and students for an afternoon of hands-on science fun facilitated by representatives from STEM majors.   The 2 to 4 p.m. event on Feb. 8 at USD is free to attend. Visit the event registration page for more details.
Expanding Your Horizons Conference   The Expanding Your Horizons conference is an annual opportunity for girls in grades 6 to 10 to connect with STEM professionals in the San Diego community and increase students’ interest in STEM careers.   The all-day conference on March 14 at USD divides attendees into small groups that are mentored by female STEM undergraduate students, providing the girls with additional STEM-based interactions and hands-on learning experiences. Registration is $30 per student and a fee waiver is available, if needed. Lunch is included.   Registration is now open for attendees, undergraduate mentors, presenters, and volunteers. Visit the event website to learn more. Download an event brochure.

WEEK OF 02/03/2020

FEBRUARY IS AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY MONTH

The Sweetwater Union High School District has designated February as African-American History Month in celebrartion of the numerous accomplishments and contributions throughout history.

FEBRUARY 3 – 7 IS SCHOOL COUNSELORS’ WEEK

The sweetwater Union High School District has designated the week of the 3rd as School Counselors’ Week. Help us celebrate all they do for the Olympian community.

DIFFERENT SCHEDULE NEXT WEEK FRIDAY

MON 02/03/2020 : DISMISSAL AT 1:03

TUE 02/04/2020 – THURS 02/06/2020 : DISMISSAL AT 2:40

FRI 02/07/2020 : DISMISSAL AT 12:00

ATHLETIC CALENDAR AT A GLANCE

9TH GRADE VISIT TO SDSU

The 9th grade Compact for Success Visit to SDSU is scheduled for Wednesday, February 5th. The campus visit is open to ALL 9th grade students interested in attending. This is a wonderful opportunity for them to visit a university and receive a great deal of information on how to be college ready. Students will miss most of the school day and will receive lunch courtesy of SDSU. If your student is interested in attending, please return the print and return permission slip ASAP to the counseling center. Space is limited to the first 100 students that submit their permission slip. Thank you!

COME ENJOY THE SCHOOL PLAY

ACCEPTING AUDITIONS!

Auditions for our yearly concert are next week. Please stop by room 714 for more information.

TARDY POLICY UPDATED ON STUDENT HANDBOOK

Student Handbook was updated as it pertains to Tardies. The full student handbook can be viewed following this link: olh.sweetwaterschools.org/students/

Page 7 contains information on how tardies are counted for grades. The following paragraph was added: “Please note that tardies may be addressed differently by individual teachers. We encourage all parents to check the syllabus for the class or contact the teacher directly for concerns about tardies and their effect on grades.”

Page 8 contains information on how to make up tardies, a new paragraph was added for students that are more than 30 minutes late to a class: “Students that are more than 30 minutes late are coded as TU30 (unexcused) or TE30(Excused) in our system. Those tardies can only be cleared through Saturday School.”

Parents have the ability to check attendance at any time using the Parent Portal. If you have never used it here is a parent guide: drive.google.com/drive/search?q=infinite

Students may be asked to attend Saturday School for tardies. Students that do not attend may be placed on the Non-Privilege list. You can check by student ID on the following link: olh.sweetwaterschools.org/non-privilege-list-as-of-sept-9th/

CONGRATULATIONS EAGLE SCOUT

Congratulations to David Modesto Martinez for acieving Eagle Scout. He was joined by his family, friends, Scoutmasters and Mr. John Maccann, City Councilmember in celebration of this prestigious achievement . The Olympian community is proud of David’s accomplishment.

WHAT HAS PTSO DONE FOR OLYMPIAN HIGH SCHOOL?

PTSO membership and support is key to the academic and educational success of Olympian High School. So far this year, your PTSO membership has provided the following:

-100 Code Combat Computer Programming Licenses for the Computer Science Department ($1500)

-Transportation for 50 students to attend the Asian Film Fesitval ($786)

-78 books for the World Language Department ($591)

-Nurse’s Office Student Supplemental Nutrition ($700)

-2 Ballet Bars for the Advanced and Beginning Dance Classes ($800)

-Math Department transportation to Finance Park for 100 students ($1576)

-Peer Mediation training refreshments ($632)

This semester PTSO will provide resources for Senior Scholarships, CSF Recognition Dinner, Faculty Appreciation Luncheon, Faculty Grant Requests and numerous student support efforts. 

If you are not a member please consider joining PTSO by clicking on this link for the PTSO Annual Membership or contact them at olympianhighschoolptso@gmail.com.

ANNOUNCING OUR TEACHER OF THE YEAR!

Please join us in congratulating Ms. Hadi as Olympian’s teacher of the year! Ms. Hadi demonstrates a passion for teaching and learning, as seen by her interactions with her students and collaboration with her peers. We thank her for continued support of the Olympian High School.

WEEK OF 01/27/2020

CALENDAR AT A GLANCE

TUTORING RESUMES AFTER SCHOOL IN THE LIBRARY

9TH GRADE VISIT TO SDSU

The 9th grade Compact for Success Visit to SDSU is scheduled for Wednesday, February 5th. The campus visit is open to ALL 9th grade students interested in attending. This is a wonderful opportunity for them to visit a university and receive a great deal of information on how to be college ready. Students will miss most of the school day and will receive lunch courtesy of SDSU. If your student is interested in attending, please return the print and return permission slip ASAP to the counseling center. Space is limited to the first 100 students that submit their permission slip. Thank you!

WHAT IS WASC

What is WASC? 

ACS WASC accreditation is a process schools use to monitor student learning and set school improvement goals. ACS WASC accreditation is an ongoing cycle of quality. Schools assess their program and the impact on student learning with respect to the ACS WASC criteria and other accreditation factors.

Every six years,* accredited schools conduct a self-study and host a self-study visit. The self-study process culminates in the refinement of a schoolwide action plan. Throughout the accreditation cycle, schools are expected to address the schoolwide action plan and demonstrate evidence of acceptable student achievement and school improvement. Appropriate reports and reviews throughout the six-year cycle of accreditation support this process.

ACS WASC accreditation is an ongoing six-year cycle of quality whereby the school demonstrates the capacity, commitment, and competence to support high-quality student learning and ongoing school improvement. The school assesses its program and its impact on student learning with respect to the ACS WASC criteria/indicators and other accreditation factors. Schools are expected to participate in self-study training provided by ACS WASC throughout the 18 months prior to the full self-study visit. This self-study process culminates in the refinement of a 3–5 year schoolwide action plan. Throughout the cycle, a school is expected to address the schoolwide action plan and demonstrate evidence of acceptable student achievement and school improvement.

Source: Accrediting Commission for Schools – Western Association of Schools and Colleges

EL STUDENT WORKSHOP ON TIME MANAGEMENT

On Wednesday, Jan 29, EL students are invited to a Time Management workshop during school in our MPR during the 9am tutorial time. Please have them sign up by clicking here

SWEETWATER SCHOOL DISTRICT S.T.E.A.M. OPPORTUNITIES

The Office of College and Career Readiness/STEAM for the Sweetwater Union High School District offers a variety of STEAM opportunities for students. For more information click on this link.

WEEK OF 01/20/2020

NO SCHOOL MONDAY IN CELEBRATION OF MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY

WEEK AT A GLANCE

SCHEDULE NEXT WEEK

  • Mon 01/20/2020: No School, MLK Day
  • Tue 01/21/2020: 1-6 minimum & pro hour, dismissal 12:00pm**
  • Wed 01/22/2020 & Thu 01/23/2020 block day, dismissal 2:40PM
  • Frid 01/24/2020 Assembly day, dismissal 2:40PM

STUDENTS: MILESTONE DAYS ARE COMING UP, BRING YOUR CHARGED DEVICE!

January  22 – Grades 9 and 10 during second period ATP time

January 23 – Grades 11 and 12 during fifth period ATP time

Instructions will be posted in the Class of 20__ websites soon

Grade Level Milestones Dates to Remember:

Freshman Student – Led Conferences – Feb. 24 – 28 3 pm to 7 pm in the MPR  Schedule TBA

Sophomore Career Exploration Series – Career Panel Presentations held on Mondays from 1:30 – 2:40 starting January 27  to April 27 on designated pro-hour days

Junior Portfolio Exhibition (Note New Dates)– March 11-12 3 to 6 pm in the MPR Schedule TBA

Senior Showcase – Thursday, May 21

SPIRIT WEEK 01/21/2020

COFFEE WITH THE PRINCIPAL

SENIOR NAME CHECK FOR GRADUATION

SENIORS: Next week in your 2nd period you will receive a form to verify your name for graduation, here is a sample of the form. The form will have your name as it appears in our computers. Please return it singed by your parent no later than Friday as we start planning for graduation. Any questions please contact the registrar.

JOIN US FOR A MAGICAL NIGHT

The Performing Arts department invites Olympian HIgh School students and parents to join for a great play

PTSO OFFERS SAT PREP COURSE

UCSD MEDICAL CAREER DAY INVITATION


UCSD would like to invite your students to IHP’s Medical Career Day scheduled for Saturday, January 25th from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM at the Raza Resource Centro at UCSD.

IHP’s Medical Career Day is a unique opportunity for high school students to discover what the medical field has to offer. Students will gain hands on experience through participating in an immersive Trauma care workshop where they will learn about EKGs, how to intubate patients, and practice basic CPR skills. Students will also hear first-hand accounts from medical students and a diverse panel of medical professional in order to gain insight into the medical field. The cost to attend is completely free and includes lunch. The link to register can be found here.

All attendees are required to have a waiver signed in order to attend. If they are under 18, please have the waiver signed by their parents/guardians. Click here for the waiver.

STUDENT PARKING PERMITS

A number of students have begun driving to school this second semester.  A reminder that all students need to obtain a parking permit to park in our student parking lot. Please click on this link for more information. Please see Ms. Bumatay to apply or if you have questions.

Week of 1/15/2020

PLEASE CHECK YOUR FIRST PERIOD CLASS

Most students will have the same classes next semester but some will have different schedules. We ask all students to check for thier first period class by clicking on the FIRST PERIOD LIST so they can report to their correct class tomorrow.

WEEK AT A GLANCE

SCHEDULE THE NEXT TWO WEEKS

  • Mon 1/13/2020 & Tue 01/14/2019: No School
  • Wed 01/15/2020: Pro Hour, student dismissed at 1:03PM**
  • Thur 01/16/2020 & Fri 01/17/2019: 1-6 day, dismissal 2:40PM
  • NEXT WEEK
  • Mon 01/20/2020: No School, MLK Day
  • Tue 01/21/2020: 1-6 minimum & pro hour, dismissal 12:00pm**
  • Wed 01/22/2020 & Thu 01/23/2020 block day, dismissal 2:40PM
  • Frid 01/24/2020 Assembly day, dismissal 2:40PM

SPIRIT WEEK STARTS 01/21/2020

SENIOR ADD DEADLINE

Eagles! You only have a couple of days to get your ad placed in the yearbook. After the 16th you can no longer purchase an ad. Go to Jostens.com and search for Olympian and get that ad!

Adds can be for loved ones, school groups or friends on campus, or an add by a community memeber to advertise their business. Any questions please contact Mr. Dominguez at rick.dominguez@sweetwaterschools.org

JOIN US FOR A MAGICAL NIGHT

The Performing Arts department invites Olympian HIgh School students and parents to join for a great play

PTSO OFFERS SAT PREP COURSE

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