Yearbook

Old Yearbooks- Mrs. Gilbert has extra copies of old yearbooks for sale.  Contact her at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to see if she has a book from the year you were in school!  $10.00 checks can be made out to BCS.

2016/2017 school yearbooks are here!  You can pick your book up in the art room before or after school.  If you did not order one and would like to make a purchase, please bring a $65.00 check made out to BCS Schools to the art room.  Supplies are limited.

2017-2018 senior dates and deadlines

Senior best/most pictures will be taken on February 15 during 6th period.  If you are unable to make it, arrange another time to get your picture taken with Mrs. Gilbert.  Students will not be pulled out of class at another time to take these.  Due date for pictures is Friday, February 23. 

Penta Senior Pic Day- September 13- This will take place during the Student Success periods and lunch.  Students may change clothes for their pictures but must put their uniform back on after.

Senior Only Pic Day- November 21- Lifetouch will be at Oak Harbor High School to take free senior pictures for the yearbook.  They will be set up starting at 7:00 so Penta students can also get their pictures taken before they get on the bus.  Please remember, no hoodies or words on shirts.  

Senior Baby Pics- November 17- Send a picture to Mrs. Gilbert to be scanned, along with a short message to be included in the yearbook. Checks for $20.00 should be made out to BCS

Senior Sibs picture-  Pictures will be taken on October 13th during 6th period.  If you are unable to make this date, make other arrangements with Mrs. Gilbert on a date that works for both of you.  All images must be taken by October 20th to be put in the yearbook. 

Senior Pictures- January 25- This is the last date that images can be taken at the Lifetouch studio to be used for the yearbook.  Senior images must be taken on the yearbook date at school or at the Lifetouch Studio, for free.  Images will not be accepted from outside photographers.  Please remember, no writing on shirts and no hoodies for these senior images.

Support the Bands

The operation of a successful instrumental music program is not possible without parental and community support. There are many ways in which you can help.

PROVIDE FINANCIAL SUPPORT:

Financial support is a very important way in which you can help the Oak Harbor Band Department. Donations are used to purchase new school instruments, supplies, music, and uniforms, among many other things. All donations will be recognized in our concert programs throughout the year (anonymous donations are available as well if desired). 
Note: We also provide the ability to sponsor a specifc student. In this case, the amount donated is split 50/50 between the band's general funds and an individual student account. Students can use these funds to offset the cost of band supplies and trip expenses.

To donate by check or cash please use this form (PDF)


MUSIC BOOSTERS:

The Oak Harbor Music Boosters assist not only the bands, but the entire music department in many ways. They provide countless hours of their time fundraising, volunteering, chaperoning, etc. Without their support, the music program in Oak Harbor could not continue to improve and grow. The best part is:

If you have a child in band or choir, you are automatically a member of the Music Boosters!

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Please consider becoming an active member of the Music Boosters. Attend the monthly meetings (check the calendar for date/time/location), serve on a committee, become an officer...the level of committment is up to you! A little help from many goes a long way to continuing the pride and tradition of the Oak Harbor Music Department!


VOLUNTEER:

With a ratio of approximately 1 teacher per 50 students in the band setting, functions outside of the classroom require a significant number of chaperones in order to be successful. Taking the time to chaperone not only helps out the band program, but shows the students that their parents and other community members care about and support what they are doing.

In addition to serving as a chaperone, volunteers are always needed to help in a variety of other ways! If you want more information as to how you can help, please contact us!