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1 FRIDAY OCTOBER 19

2 BREAKFAST Monday October 22 8:00-8:30 Breakfast Bites, Cereal and Toast Available Daily: Cheese Grits, Cereal & Toast, Orange Juice, Grab–N-Go Bags, Choice of Milk

3 LUNCH Friday October 19 Crispitos, Chicken Sandwich Deluxe, Fajita, Chicken Strip Salad, Tossed Salad, Scalloped Potatoes, Whole Kernel Corn, Orange Sections, Clodhoppers

4 The payphone is the only phone available for student use. If you are sick and need to go home you must go to the Attendance Office.

5 Certificates of Attendance for a Drivers License need to be requested 24 hours in advance in the front office

6 7:20-8:20 Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday Mornings Room 217 No Reservations Needed

7 7:20-8:20 Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday MEDIA CENTER No reservations needed!

8 Guys Bible Study Monday & Friday Rm 118 Wednesday Rm 116 7:45-8:20

9 Girls Bible Study Wednesday & Friday Room 116 7:45-8:20

10 numeral Galileo Password

11 dippin’ dots ON SALE EVERY FRIDAY DURING LUNCH HELP SUPPORT YOUR OHS MARCHING BAND & COLOR GUARD

12 Teacher of the Month August Lori Vincent

13 Teacher of the Month September Jo Rickard

14 Student of the Month August Jake Hollingsworth

15 Student of the Month September Most Improved: Katie Pierce Best Overall: Zach Troyer

16 SMOOTHIES FOR SALE!!! Tuesday and Thursday afternoons at the top of the 100 hallway ONLY $2.50 CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

17 Help the OHS Academic Team Raise Money Cell Phones (no chargers or other paraphernalia) Ink Jet Printer Cartridges (can’t accept anything bigger than palm of your hand) DVD Movies & Videogames --- Portable DVD Players Laptop Computers --- MP3 Players X-Boxes, Sony Playstations, Wii Digital Cameras & Digital Video Cameras (DVRs) Digital Picture Frames Portable Navigation & GPS Devices (Garmin, Magellan, Tom-Tom) Put them in the box in the front office.

18 Happy Birthday to the following Faculty and Staff: Trina Taylorson 10/15 Christina Hinz 10/16 Beau Edwards 10/17

19 Happy Birthday to the following Faculty and Staff: Mindy Manders 10/18 Molly Cothran 10/19 Cheryl Benton 10/21

20 Andrew Dotterweich 10/19 David Dotterweich 10/19 Brandon Drake 10/19 Rachel George 10/19 Ashton Henderson 10/19 Krishna Martin 10/19

21 Nick Robinson 10/19 Kayla Smith 10/19 Giovann Wah 10/19 Jamesia Coleman 10/20 Bradley Kuhns 10/20 Laura Pantelakis 10/20

22 Shesca Wimberley 10/20 Katie Beth Young 10/20 Cornelius Compton 10/21 Sydney Davis 10/21 Brea Gladney 10/21 Jonathon Lankford 10/21

23 National COLLEGE FAIR WED/THURS, OCTOBER 24-25, 2007, 8:30 A.M. – 1:00 P.M. GEORGIA INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK, GA Institutional Representatives Will Include: State Colleges/Universities, Historically Black Colleges/Universities (HBCU) Ivy League, Community Colleges, Technical/Vocational Schools, Military THE FAIR IS FREE! See the Counselors for a list of schools.

24 Attention Seniors: Mississippi State University College Visit Wednesday, Oct 30 th Please get a College Interest Form from the Counseling office if you would like to meet with MSU individually. Space is limited.

25 Attention Seniors: Georgia Southwestern State University October 31 st In the commons area

26 Seniors, for the yearbook you must choose ONE FORMAL POSE Call with the information on the bottom of your proof. If you do not make your yearbook pose selection before this date, the lab will select a pose for you.

27 Have You Heard? Senior Recognition Ads have been extended until October 19, 2007!!! You have ONE LAST CHANCE to personalize your yearbook and appreciate a Senior!

28 Attention all Beta Club Members Bring a bag of candy for Halloween-o-Grams by Monday! Halloween-o-gram order forms must be picked up on Monday. Come by room 111 and pick yours up!

29 Skateboard Club Meeting Tuesday 3:45 p.m. Room 125

30 Red Ribbon Week OHS Activities for October 22 – 26 Daily - Check out the Display in the lobby of 7-1. What activities at Ola are your favorites??? Sign a Drug Free pledge card in the commons – Tues - Friday

31 Red Ribbon Week Continued! Wear Red on Wednesday!!!! Dress in Red Day with recognition for the HR with the largest participation gets a surprise!!!! Thursday – Guest speaker RV Brown Check it out:

32 Red Ribbon Week Continued!!! Friday - Buy a Sticker for $1 and wear your HAT!!! Stickers will be on sale: Tues – Thursday at lunch and Friday before 8AM in the commons. Red Ribbon Week at OHS is Sponsored by Your SGA – Logan Wilkins, Pres.

33 CLASS OF 2011 OFFICER ELECTIONS ARE COMING!!! Are you a 9 th grader? Are you a leader? Can you get to school by 8AM on Thursdays? Do you have 2 hours to devote to the future to the Class of 2011 each week? If you can say YES to all the above then you should run for President, VP, Secretary or Treasurer of the Class of Nomination packets will be available beginning October 23 rd in room 207.

34 Mock Trial Practice Tuesday at 3:45 Rm 408 Thursday at 5:30 Rm 408 It is very important that all members attend these meetings.

35 French Club Come and join the French Club every Monday after school at 3:45. We are currently discussing our trip to France we will make on Spring Break!

36 What: Foreign Film Club Who: Anyone seriously interested in watching and talking about foreign films When: The Second Monday of every Month, right after school Special trips to view foreign films outside of school to be arranged; Where: Room 112 With Whom: Sra Sharp, Sponsor Why: To appreciate the beauty and experience of films of other cultures and languages

37 10:00 PM on CNN & Watch it if you dare……………

38 Show Your Mustang Spirit!!! Purchase your OLA temporary tattoos from any SGA member!!

39 Preseason conditioning starts Monday, November 5. All paperwork must be turned in by November 1 to either Coach Hermann, Arenas or Rice.

40 All girls interested in playing basketball need to attend a meeting Wednesday, October 24th at 8:10 a.m in room 504

41 Girls basketball tryouts start the week of October 29 th 6:30p.m. till 8:30p.m Girls must have a physical and insurance papers turned into Coach Kovzel prior to try-outs.

42 Boys Basketball Try-outs will begin on Oct. 29 at 3:45-6:00. You must have a current physical and insurance form on file with Coach Miller. You must also be eligible. You must at least have the following number of units depending on what grade you are in: 10 th : 4 units 11 th : 10 units 12 th : 16 units You must have also passed 5 out of 6 last semester You will need to see Coach Miller to fill out a form (short, jersey and warm-up sizes)

43 There will be a conditioning group with Coaches Reynolds, Sanders and Miller after school starting Tuesday after school. You will need to have a ride home at 4:45 pm. This will last for the next 2 weeks until basketball try-outs begin.

44 November 1 Regional Meet at Spalding High School

45 October Region Tournament at OLA

46 October 19 State Sectionals

47 October 25 Playoffs

48 October 27 PLAYOFFS Super Saturday

49 TONIGHT Ola vs Jackson HOME 7:30 Senior Night

50 Have a Great Weekend


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