At this time would everyone please stand while Ryan Johnson sings the National anthem in honor of Veterans Day.


All Science Olympiad team members will have a team meetingon Thursdayafter school in room 504.


Attention students and staff, OHHS thespians invite you to attend our fall production this weekend on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.  Altar Egos presents the I do’s and I don’ts of the American wedding.  Tickets are $6.00 for students and $8.00 for adults.


Attention Sophomores:  Tomorrow (Wednesday, Nov. 12th) is your class field trip to Penta Career Center.   We will leave school at8:30 and will return in time to eat lunch 5c.  Please wear comfortable shoes and you will be walking a lot on this trip.


Words of Wisdom for the day:

Veterans Day is an opportunity to thank those citizens who have served in the military…both in wartime and in peacetime.  Today, we enjoy freedom due to the hard work and sacrifice of these patriotic Americans.  Imagine how our life would be different if these men and women had not served their country.

There’s an old Chinese proverb that goes:

            Faithful service should be long remembered.

That’s what this holiday is all about…remembering those who have faithfully served our nation.  There are many ways you can remember American veterans, fly the American flag.  Send out thank-you cards to your local veterans group.  Extend a personal word of thanks to any veterans you know.  Showing your personal support is what Veterans Day is all about.