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Daily Bulletin

April 12th, 2024

School Community

Today is a Regular Friday schedule.

Spring Sports Assembly - Today in the quad during lunch.

The time to order your 2024 yearbook is coming to a close! There are only 70 books left available so make sure to visit Mrs. Reyes in the front office to purchase yours for $120 with ASB or $125 without ASB. Don't miss out!

Choir auditions will be held Wednesday, April 24th from 4:00-6:00pm in room 803. Show us what you’ve got. No experience necessary! Get involved and be a part of a long legacy of award winning choirs. See Mr. Sinclair with any questions.

“We’re Almost There” - Prom is May 18th at The Hacienda in Santa Ana. Tickets are on sale in the Main office, room 305 with Mrs. Reyes. Guest forms are available in the Main office and room 602.

Cars parked in the student parking lot without a permit will be towed. See Ms. De Rosas in the Discipline office, room 303 for a parking permit.

Students in need of an emergency bus pass, DO NOT WAIT until after school! Get your pass during break or lunch. The bus will not wait for you after school.

 

Clubs

Expanding Horizons presents OHS’s first Talent Show! Come out on April 17th to the Cafeteria and watch your peers show off their talents. Snacks and drinks will be sold.
 

College and Career

All high school students and their families are invited for an exciting evening at Irvine Valley College's Preview Night on Wednesday, April 17th, 2024 (4pm-8pm)! Discover why IVC is #1 in transfers to the UC System in Orange County, including UCLA and UCI! Experience the vibrant campus atmosphere as you engage with IVC professors and staff. Explore 60 booths at the outdoor resource fair featuring academic degree programs, student support services, and in-demand career education programs. Our main presentation will cover university transfer admissions agreements and guarantees, distinguished IVC Honors Program information, and an overview of our Irvine Valley Promise Program which provides students with two years of free tuition. The first 1,500 registered attendees will enjoy free delicious burger meals from The Habit Burger and a free t-shirt for students. Please visit OHS College and Career Center, room 601 for QR code to register to attend.

If you are in need of a work permit visit the College and Career Center, room 601 or visit our OHS website.

 

Seniors

Attention Seniors! Have you been accepted to a 4-year university, community college, trade school, or any branch of the military? We want to celebrate you! Fill out the Google Form and pick up your #Accepted shirt in the College and Career Center in room 601 before or after school, during nutrition, or during lunch. Last day to submit is April 26th, 2024. The celebration luncheon is on May 1ˢᵗ during lunch. You can also find the link and QR code in Google Classroom - Class of 2024.
Link to Google Form: https://bit.ly/acceptedohs2024 .

 

Athletics

To view our Athletics sports schedule for this week visit our OHS website:
https://www.orangehighschool.org/athletics/sports-this-week

 

Important Dates to Remember for April:
April 8-25 SBAC Testing - Block Schedule except Fridays
April 12 Spring Sports Assembly
April 17 Talent Show (Dome 5:00pm)
April 19 Modified Day Schedule/Pride Store
April 24 Choir Auditions (Room 803 4:00pm)
April 26 Farm Fest
April 30 Blood Drive

 

 

SBAC INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS

What is SBAC?
The SBAC assessments are given to 11th grade students in the area of English Language Arts, Math, and Science as a measure of student achievement and progress.

When is SBAC?
● Mathematics: April 8-12
● English Language Arts (ELA): April 15-19
● Science: April 22-26

Why take the SBAC?
The SBAC assessments measure student proficiency in ELA, Math, and Science. Your SBAC score measures your knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in college, career, and life. Orange High School receives its school “score” in part from its overall SBAC results. OHS wants all students to participate in these assessments in order to give OHS a score that accurately reflects the work of our students, teachers, and staff.

Student Benefits for Taking the SBAC

- Scholar with Distinction Program:  Earn recognition and a special cord to wear at graduation.
    ✔Must earn Proficient and Advanced in both ELA and Math

- Golden State Seal Merit Diploma:  CA recognition to students who have demonstrated mastery of the high school curriculum in at least six subject areas.
    ✔Student SBAC scores are used for ELA and Math proficiency.

- State Seal of Biliteracy:  Graduate demonstrates a high level of proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing in one or more languages in addition to English. This is a gold seal affixed to the diploma.
    ✔Qualifying students must earn at least Proficient or Advanced in ELA.

- EAOP (Early Academic Outreach Program):  Your SBAC scores can be used by colleges to place you in appropriate College English and/or Math courses.
    ✔Uses vary per college/university.

 

Questions? Ask your teacher or make an appointment with your counselor.

 

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