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Photo Identification: K-6 Bear of the Month / Terrific Kids: First Row: Mr. Billy Carter, Principal, Jase Campbell - 2nd Grade, Bentlee Freeman - 5th Grade, and Natalie Collins - 6th Grade. Second Row: Noah Tennison - Kindergarten, Eli Garner - 3rd Grade, and Kayden Garner - 4th Grade. Not pictured: Ava Kay Sisco - 1st Grade.
Photo Identification: 7-12 Bear of the Month / Terrific Kids: First Row: Mr. Billy Carter, Principal, Jacob Campbell - 9th Grade, and Harley Lea - 11th Grade. Second Row: Lakyn Zabawa - 8th Grade, and Sydney Marshall - 10th Grade. Not pictured: Skylar Roulain - 7th grade, and Keagan Ricketts - 12th Grade.
We would like to thank the Harrison Kiwanis Club for the Terrific Kids Certificates, bracelets, and food coupons to Dairy Queen.
Students are nominated by their teachers or other school personnel based on their actions in the classroom. A nomination does not necessarily mean that they have the highest grade in a class, but that they are a great citizen and try to do their best.
The kindergarten Bear of the Month is such a great classmate. He is always kind to everyone. He is also very dependable. Not only does he always finish his work in a timely manner, but he also does his best work. This person was also nominated by another teacher with the reason that he is always eager to learn new things and is respectful to everyone. The Kindergarten Bear of the Month Terrific Kid is Noah Tennison.
The first grade Bear of the Month is an amazing worker, even if it isn’t easy. She is a friend to everyone and has a kind heart. When others are upset, she is always there to help cheer them up. The November Bear of the Month Terrific Kid is Ava Kay Sisco.
The second grade Bear of the Month is a joy to have in class and a great example to his peers. He is a great friend to everyone and always tries his best at anything he puts his mind to. The November Bear of the Month Terrific Kid is Jase Campbell.
The third grade Bear of the Month has been working hard on his lessons. He has shown great improvement in his reading skills and is putting a lot of hard work into learning. The third grade Bear of the Month Terrific Kid is Eli Garner.
The fourth grade Bear of the Month works hard in class. He stays on task and participates in class discussions. The November Bear of the Month Terrific Kid is Kayden Garner.
The fifth grade Bear of the Month is kind and works hard in class. He is respectful and listens to instruction. The November Bear of the Month Terrific Kid is Bentlee Freeman.
The sixth grade Bear of the Month always gives her best and always has a great attitude. She always has a smile on her face. The November Bear of the Month Terrific Kid is Natalie Collins.
The seventh grade Bear of the Month is a respectful young lady. She can be counted on to do her best and to help others as well. The November Bear of the Month Terrific Kid is Skylar Roulain.
The eighth grade Bear of the Month is an awesome student. She works hard and is eager to learn. Her initiative is greatly appreciated. The November Bear of the Month Terrific Kid is Lakyn Zabawa.
The ninth grade Bear of the Month is an outstanding student in my Ag classes. Any time there is something that needs to be done, he is right there to help. He has also worked hard to get better and insure he is the best at all the tasks in his class. All this while helping the other students improve along the way. He is involved with FFA and will be on the Forestry team this spring. The November Bear of the Month Terrific Kid is Jacob Campbell.
The tenth grade Bear of the Month is a sharp student that can always be expected to put forth her best. She is also willing to help others that need it. The November Bear of the Month Terrific Kid is Sydney Marshall.
The eleventh grade Bear of the Month is having an excellent year. He works hard and gives it his best. He is a real joy to have in class. The November Bear of the Month Terrific Kid is Harley Lea.
The twelfth grade Bear of the Month is definitely a first string student this year. It is so nice to have him in class. He contributes substantially to the class discussion. His competitiveness is loved. The November Bear of the Month Terrific Kid is Keagan Ricketts.
Home games only.
For away games, check the school's Facebook page or look for a Youtube channel website for live streaming.
There are extra yearbooks for sale on each campus for $40.
We will also have a table set up at the colors game if you wish to purchase one that night.
All schools in the OMSD distrct will be selling season passes. The pass is $65 per person and can be used at any OMSD home game.
Senior citizens 70 years and up and/or military veteran that would like to receive a pass may do so free of charge.
Please contact your school's office if you are interested.
Click here to read the spectator conduct policy adopted on 2/20/2020.
Click here for the link to Mrs. Carol Gilley's filling out the FAFSA video. Seniors may start the FAFSA on October 1, 2021, or after.
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Click here for the 2021-22 Student Handbook.
Students are not allowed on campus before 7:30 am.
The office is open from 7:30 am until 4:30 pm.
All schools in OMSD will be providing free school supplies to all this year.
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ALL STUDENTS WILL EAT FREE FOR 2019-20. THIS WILL JUST BE FOR FACULTY/STAFF FOR 2019-20.
Click here to access the Titan School Solutions site. You will have to make an account before your first use. After the account is made, you may use that link to login into your account. You may still pay with cash or check at the school. There is a $3 charge each time this system is used.
Snow routes mean paved roads ONLY. If you have any questions, contact your child's bus driver for more information about your specific route. The implementation of snow routes will be announced on REMIND, local TV news and their websites, radio, Facebook, and Twitter.
Individual campuses may or may not have office personnel around. If you need anything, you may call the central office at 870-439-2218. There will be someone there daily.