Today, the hallways are full of randomly selected students wearing their Kindness Matters Tshirts.  We encourage you to embody the principles of kindness every day.  

Treating others with kindness is not just a one and done – it is a life practice, a way of being, and because of that, it requires us to explore the whole of our lives and existence.

If you are interested in joining your peers in owning a Kindness Matters Tshirt, please see Mrs. Coffman or Mr. Ramsey about ordering one.  




Here’s a warm thought for a cold January day…Auditions for the Spring Musical Pajama Game, are Wednesday and Thursday.  See the theater lobby doors for updates or Miss Tucker.




Art Club Meeting for after school today is cancelled.




This month we focus on personal integrity with  our kindness matter's campaign.  Last week I asked you to lead with this thought, do onto others . . . .  So let me ask you,  when you get that social media tag that says, show or cover, who is the biggest blanketie blank at OHHS, what do you do?  How do you handle this tag?  Do you ignore? Do you report it to the office? Pull aside the person who sent it and tell them, "That's really not very nice", or do you just hashtag them with a #kindness matters  or do you throw a fellow human under the bus and put their name out there on social media with a negative tag?  How you handle these moments defines you as a person.  I wish for each one of you to be viewed in a positive manner, you should worry less about whether doing these kind of things will get you in trouble and more about what kind of person you are becoming.  With something to think about, this is Mrs. Schell.  Make it a better world or not Rockets, the choice is yours!




The Jr high wrestling team was busy last week beating Sandusky 74-15 and Bellevue 41-31, and winning the tough Oregon- Fassett Tournament. Eighth graders placing for the Rockets were: Nick Dewitz 5th place, Noah Dewitz 4th, Jack Zeitzheim 3rd, and 5 champs in Cade Petersen at 100, Michael judge at 106, Colby Sigurdson at 118, Ben Sage at 152, and Dylan Schiets at 174.