Students who ride bus 0512 will be held until 4:20pm to ride bus 1206.
College Goal Kentucky:
File the FAFSA as soon as possible after January 1, 2015 and get free help at College Goal Kentucky! College Goal Kentucky will take place in January and February. College Goal Kentucky provides free help in filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
The FAFSA is used to apply for federal and state college financial aid programs. Attendees can enter for a chance to win a $500 scholarship! Four scholarships will be awarded in spring 2015.
WHY: The earlier you submit your FAFSA, the better your chances of being eligible for thousands of dollars in student aid. Students who file by mid-January have the best chance of receiving these funds.
WHEN: FAFSA Completion sessions will be held on multiple dates in January and February.
WHAT TO BRING: Your parent or guardian and their completed 2014 federal tax forms. If tax forms have not been completed, then bring their 2013 federal tax forms and their last paycheck stub from 2014.
WHERE: Sessions will be held at more than 30 sites across the state.
Pyramid Award Winners
Congratulations to these OCHS teachers, 2014-2015 Pyramid Award Winners:
Jace Bryant, Courtney Combs, Angela Keine-Kracht, Abby Mack, and Angie Ross!
Thank you to the Oldham County Educational Foundation for their support.
Established in 1989, the Oldham County Educational foundation fosters business and community support for Oldham County Schools. OCEF supports the educational mission of the Oldham County Board of Education by providing monetary support for program outside of the district's budget.
Currently, OCEF is focused on several key funding priorities: STEM initiatives (science, technology, engineering and math), gifted and talented services, the Oldham County Schools Arts Center and the annual Pyramid Awards for innovative classroom instruction.
Directions for connecting to wireless for personal devices: First connect to PODNet in your wireless settings. Open your browser and navigate to any website. You will be prompted to register. When you register your personal device on the wireless network (PODNet), please use your network account, not guest. Usually your network username is your first initial, middle initial, and last name. The password is the same one you use to get on the computers here at school. If you need help, please see us in the library.
Students need to be picked up/dropped off behind the school on Loop Road, accessible from both highway 393, and highway 146. Students cannot be dropped off or picked up in front of the main office until after 9:00am in the morning or before 4:00 in the afternoon.
Effective for the 2014-2015 school year, OCHS will require all visitors to present and leave a valid photo I.D. in the main office. Upon checkout, your ID will be returned.
Additionally, anyone picking a student up for dismissal will need to present a photo I.D.
This policy will help us better track visitors and vendors in the building helping to make OCHS a safer place for all students, staff and families. As always, we appreciate your support!
Welcome back to school, parents! We are excited about our partnership with Operation: PARENT and I would like to encourage you to attend one of their classes or speaker events this fall. It's a great way to meet other parents and raise your awareness on issues that often catch parents off guard. Any parent of a 4th-12th grade student can benefit from the information. All classes and speaker events are being held on the Oldham County High School campus. If fees are a problem, scholarship funds are available. Just visit www.operationparent.org or call 265-9045 for more information and to register.
The Safe Schools Tip Line is 1-866-548-3847 X191. Anyone can call this anonymous tip line to report concerns about weapons, drugs, alcohol or any other safe schools concerns in Oldham County. Click the link on the left for more information.
Last Updated on Saturday, 20 December 2014 17:47