Student Announcements, February 1, 2021

February 1, 2021 09:37 AM

Stuff You Need to Know

Black History Month: Black Creators and Activists
Each day during Black History Month, the Black Student Union will share information on a topic or person. This week’s theme is Black Creators and Activists.
Marsai Martin - She was awarded a Guinness World Record for her 2019 film “Little” that she was the executive producer of at age 14, making her the youngest Hollywood executive producer. She is also in the ABC show “Black-ish” and plays Diane. For her work in “Black-ish” she has won 9 NAACP Image Awards. Click the link to learn more!
Valentine's Day/Spring Poetry ContestThe OLCHS Spartan Creative Writing Club presents… A Valentine’s Day/Spring Poetry Contest!  Send us your original poetry related to Valentine’s Day/Love or the upcoming Spring season.  Entries are due by Monday, February 8, 2021.  The prize for “Best Poem” is a $10 Amazon Gift Card and a bag of Jolly Ranchers.  The winner will be announced February 12th.  Please check your student e-mail for our contest flyer with details and links to submit your poems.  One entry per person.
Senior Gear-The Senior Class Advisory Board (SCAB) would like to offer the opportunity to celebrate their senior status with senior gear: hoodies, sweats, t-shirts, a windbreaker, and this year, a mask. 
How to order:
1.      Visit the online store here
a. Orders will arrive toward the beginning of March.  
Sales will take place now through Sunday, February 14
Tech Help-  If you’re having trouble logging into your classes or having any other tech issues, please email for tech assistance. If possible, include a screen shot of your issue. 

Club/Team News

Debate Club- If you are interested in learning and talking and debating issues of interest, issues of impact, issues of importance, then this is the place for you. We gather together once a week on Monday at 12:30, to learn the lovely art of expressing your ideas in an organized and impassioned manner. Get your ethos, pathos, and logos on here. 
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