Message From The Principal

This Week at Our House
Posted on 01/11/2019
Kellerman

Happy Snowpocalypse Tigers!

Celebrations for this week:

Congratulations to the following students who were selected to All Conference Boys Swim in the following areas:

Christian Boll – 200 yd medley relay, 100yd backstroke, 400 yd freestyle relay, 200 yd IM

Trent Manning – 200 yd medley relay, 200 yd freestyle relay

Doug Poertner – 200 yd medley relay, 100 yd butterfly, 400 yd freestyle relay, 200 yd IM,

Ethan Hansen – 200 yd medley relay, 200 yd freestyle relay

Luke Schmidt – 200 yd freestyle, 400 yd freestyle relay, 200 yd freestyle relay, 500 yd freestyle

Steve Boaz – 1 meter diving

Seth Steinbrueck – 500 yd freestyle, 200 yd freestyle

Mason Zimmerman - 100 yd backstroke, 400 yd freestyle relay, 200 yd freestyle

Alex Waller – 1 meter driving

 Mitch Daues – 200 yd freestyle relay

Awesome boys!!!

 Congratulations to Thomas Schartner and Nathan Gallop who competed in the Musical Theatre at the State Thespian Conference this Thursday and Friday! They won a superior rating and an invitation to perform in the closing showcase.  Usually only 5-6 of 80 students in the competition are selected. Woohoo!

 Important Highlighted information:

 Our intruder drill will be held on Tuesday, January 29, fourth block at 1:15pm.  We have a half day for students on Jan 30. The drill will run as follows:

 -Everyone will know in advance what block/time the drill will take place.

-Students and their teacher will practice the lock down or evade piece of intruder training.

This includes:

1. Over the intercom the administration will announce “we will now begin the intruder Drill"

2. We will then give them real time information. So for this drill we will say," attention there is an armed intruder in the building.

3. Teacher will determine that the evade method is the best course of action.

4. The magnets will be taken out of the door jamb so the door locks (they are always locked), the black curtain in door window is pulled down, the lights turned off, the door is barricaded, students will move out of the sight of any window or door and remain silent.

5. They are to remain quiet and locked, an administrator announces the end of the drill over the intercom. Administration and a few selected people will go to all classroom doors during this time to see if all doors are locked and the room is silent.

 For students interested in taking an AP exam in May 2019, please click the link for detailed information, including the 2019 AP Bulletin for Students and Parents.

OHS AP exam link: click here

 Mark your calendars for our Academic Options Night!  Please take a look at the attachment regarding the 2019 Student Choice Programs Night, on January 31st.  Topics include College Credit, South Tech, STL Caps, and My Path.  The presentation will take place at the Nottelmann Auditorium at Mehlville High School.  

Student Choice Programs Night.pdf

 Sincerely,

Jan Kellerman

This Week At Our House


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