Mark your calendars. On March 2nd our Coffee with the Principal will be followed by a Parent Showcase. Parents will have the opportunity to sit in their child’s period 3 class and get a firsthand look at the quality of instruction provided at ORH.
Don’t be left out! Reserve your spot today.
In an effort to improve internet security, we are asking all students to create security questions on their online account. If not done promptly, Wi-Fi on student laptops may suddenly stop working without notice.
- Click on the link below
- Sign into your Office 365 account with these credentials:
User ID: your sweetwaterschools.net e-mail
Password: 8 digit birth date
- After you sign into Office 365, you will immediately be prompted to set up your security options. If you are not prompted, go to the security options page.
- Click on “set them up now”
- Click on the drop-down list, select security question and type an answer to each question. Minimum of 3 questions are required. Do not duplicate your answer. Save them.
- Click “Finish”
2020 High School Conference
The Asian Pacific Student Alliance annual High School Conference is set on Saturday March 7th, 2020. The conference is a free, full day event beginning at 9:00 AM and ending at 9:00 PM; lunch and dinner will be provided. Our conference will revolve around the presentation of Educational, Cultural, Political and Leadership workshops, with the addition of an Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) presentation and Admissions workshop. The theme for this year’s High School Conference is: “Write the Unwritten” and there will also be a talent show in which students can express themselves through dance, song, or poetry.
For more info, click on the link below
2020 APSA Conference
This class is for any and all students who have ever had the desire to learn how to play Guitar. Students learn basic chords & rhythms to be able to accompany themselves in Music ranging from Folk, Rock, and Pop Genres.
For any additional information please contact Mr. Ceja: email@example.com
Mariachi Los Potrillos is a fun class where students choose their instruments, and learn to play music based on the Mexican Mariachi Style, as well as learning more about the historical background of Mexico’s traditional music. No previous experience is required to join this multicultural class.
Questions Contact Mr. Ceja (firstname.lastname@example.org)