As a diverse and inclusive 21st-Century school, our mission is to graduate students prepared for future success through a safe, supportive, and intellectually challenging environment committed to the values of Spartan PRIDE.
To celebrate Family Reading Night, the Media Center is hosting the Polar Express @ OLCHS on December 12, 5:00-7:00 p.m. This free event is open to all ages.
The Polar Express, written and illustrated by Chris Van Allsburg, is a Caldecott Medal winning book about a boy who travels on a mysterious train to the North Pole. There is also an iconic 2004 movie by the same title.
Twenty-eight students participated in Junior Achievement in partnership with Hometown Elementary School. For four days, students engaged in training provided by Junior Achievement. Students then spent a morning at Hometown Elementary teaching lessons on personal responsibility, civic engagement and financial literacy to K-5 classes. Many of the students were Hometown Elementary alumni and others are interested in teaching as a career. The event strengthened bonds with feeder districts and the
OLCHS congratulates senior Tomas Walsh on his promotion to Eagle Scout. On November 24, 2019, Tomas Walsh was officially named Eagle Scout after a combined 12 years as both a Cub Scout and Boy Scout of Troop 619. In addition to Tomas’ scouting experience, he was a camp counselor at the YMCA Camp MacLean in Burlington, Wisconsin.
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