Hello Spartan families. As we prepare for the opening days of school, I wanted to give you some updated details to help with the transition.
- All student schedules will be released on Monday, August 17th. Students and families can check their Skyward Family Access on that date to see their classes.
- Freshmen and new students are invited to pick up their iPad and have their ID Photo taken on Monday, August 17th from 2PM - 7PM or Tuesday, August 18th from 9AM - 1PM at the Spartan Lobby Entrance (Enter South lot next to Performing Arts Center).
- Thursday, August 20th and Friday, August 21st are orientation days. Freshmen and new-to-OLCHS students will attend sessions on campus. All other students will complete orientation activities at home using their iPad. Freshmen parents should check their emails for important information about these days.
- All students will attend live online classes on Monday, August 24. This is the first day of instruction.
- In the next few days, we will be mailing home some important information to get students started for the new year. This includes instructions on how to login into our new learning management system, called Canvas. Students will find all the information for their individual classes as well as the orientation activities in the app. Also included in this mailing will be a copy of our schedules for the first two weeks of school, the bell schedule for the first two weeks of remote learning. Families will also receive the student’s green or gray assignment and the corresponding bell schedule for our planned return to on-campus instruction on Tuesday, September 8th.
We are spending the next week with all of our staff members prepping our remote learning materials, practicing live-streaming classes, and preparing the building for students and staff to return to campus safely. Please make sure to read the information that we send home about schedules, and please send any questions to email@example.com.
Thank you for your patience with our reopening plans and your involvement in our school community.
Dr. Jeana Lietz