Oliver Ames High School. Class of 2018 Freshmen Orientation. OA Website and Principal Contact Info. http://www.oliverames.org/ Wes Paul email email@example.com Twitter Account @ OAHSTigers Phone 508-230-3210 Ext. 3 My Secretary is Peggy Crowley firstname.lastname@example.org.
Class of 2018
Director of Guidance
Director of Music
Mr. Bill Matthews is the Athletic Director for OAHS
Football fall camp begins August 18. All other
sports begin August 21.
21st CENTURY ACADEMIC EXPECTATIONS FOR STUDENT LEARNING
OA students will ACCESS information in a variety of ways, including:
OA students will PROCESS information in a variety of ways, including:
OA students will COMMUNICATE information in a variety of ways, including:
OA students will DEVELOP themselves in a variety of ways, including:
Social/Civic Expectation for Student Learning
OA students will act responsibly for themselves and others in a variety of ways, including:
OA students will act respectfully to themselves and others in a variety of ways, including
“School Profile and NEAS&C Accredited”
Interviews with Harrison Phelps and Robert Capodilupo Senior Class President and Junior Class President
Within this schedule we carved out 12 minutes each day for Student Advisory
Freshmen Orientation is a half day
August 27th 8:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
What are the school hours?
Where are freshmen lockers and how do you get a lock?
What if your lock or locker does not work?
When do you get a student ID?
What safety measures are in place?
What is the attendance policy for co-curricular
activities like sports, clubs, music, drama?
What are ACTIVITY FEES?
What are the big events in the Freshmen year?
What are the graduation requirements?
When are schedules delivered?
How do mid-year and final exams work at the high school?
What is detention, and why is it issued?
What is the policy on dismissals?
When is back to school night?
When are Parent Conferences and
how do they work for scheduling?
How does a parent communicate with a teacher?
Dear Members of The Class of 2018,
Each new school year we find ourselves at a different point in our journey through life and for many of us, the start of school is an opportunity to begin fresh with a renewed commitment to improve ourselves. We desire that each student find success in all that they do, and our top priority is to make the learning experience at Oliver Ames High School exceptional. Oliver Ames High School has an outstanding faculty and supporting staff that are dedicated to helping each student grow academically and socially. The success each student achieves depends on the effort they expend and the decisions they make. Ultimately, they are responsible for their own accomplishments at Oliver Ames High School, and we are responsible to assist each student in this endeavor. I urge every student to use his or her time wisely to help prepare you for a rewarding future.In conclusion, I encourage every student to get involved in the activities of our school. Don't sit back and watch, but rather get out and participate in the rich and varied co-curricular activities available to you at Oliver Ames High School. These activities will add immeasurably to your personal development, enrich your days at Oliver Ames High School, and further prepare you for future endeavors. Oliver Ames High School will always give you its very best, and we expect in return only the very best effort from you. Your high school years should be ones in which you grow intellectually, mature socially, develop and refine co-curricular skills, and in general, prepare yourself for life-long learning and active participation in future communities. Take pride in yourself, in your accomplishments, in our school and in our town. Make this your best year ever!
Wesley H. Paul