Senior Pictures have Been ScheduledHealth Department approved our request to steam formal attire (tuxedos/drapes) between senior photo sessions. We reached out to Strawbridge Studios to inform them about this update. Strawbridge has graciously agreed to provide two rounds of seniors photos, with just one sitting fee. Here is an overview of the updated schedule:Round 1 (September 14th - 18th) - your own formal and casual attireStudents will be able to take two sets of pictures (one formal picture in the main lobby and a casual picture outside). You may sign up for a time slot at the Strawbridge Link. The sitting fee is $29.99 and picture/purchasing options will be emailed to you.Round 2 (A date to be determined) - students will be provided with tuxedos and drapes for another pictureIf you participate in Round 1, there will be no sitting fee. Students who do not participate in Round 1 will pay the $29.99 sitting fee.To summarize, students who participate in both rounds will have more pictures to choose from than during typical years. We look forward to seeing you at one or both of the sessions. More information about Round 2 will be provided as soon as possible. Please reach out to Ms. Compton (firstname.lastname@example.org.
us) with questions.
Meals for Students - Plan C Remote Learning
(Effective August 17, 2020)
IT Help Desk During Distant Learning
In place of submitting a Tech Ticket online through the usual website, all tech support us now being done through the IT Support Help Line (919-245-4014).
If the IT Support Help Line is busy, please email email@example.com. This will create a help ticket. Please ensure the email contains
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Drivers Ed is an integral part of the Graduated Licensing Process and required in North Carolina for a student to obtain a learner’s permit or driver’s license before the age of 18. Orange County Schools currently charges students a fee of $50 to offset the cost of providing the program. In order for a student to obtain a driver’s permit, they must complete 30 hours of classroom instruction and six hours of behind the wheel (BTW) instruction.
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Keeping Orange High School Safe - Say SomethingHere at Orange County Schools (OCS), our priority has always been the safety and well-being of our students and staff. We believe that being proactive—especially when it comes to safety and well-being—is one of the most important things we can do.
Say Something is a youth violence prevention program run by Sandy Hook Promise, a national nonprofit. It empowers students and staff to submit anonymous safety concern tips through an app, website or phone call. To put it simply, this program is meant to enhance the student protections already in place.
We’ve included information about what the app is, how students can use it and why we’re adopting it in our schools below. Sherita Cobb, our director of student support services, is happy to answer additional questions. You can reach her at 919-245-4109 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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