Food Service Forum

Food Service Forum – 5:00 PM, Thursday, March 21, 2019. Come share your thoughts/ideas with Jen Miller and Dan Hildebrand from Abbey Group.


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Remember to bring in your family’s clean used shoes so they can be reused and recycled. The benefit drive ends next week.
No Student Council meeting today. We’ll be back next week.
Robin Hood takes the stage this Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m., and Sunday at 2 p.m. Come see some dramatic silliness, complete with live arrows and weddings! The cast of Robin Hood’s last practice is tomorrow from 3 to 5:30.


Mrs. Sutherland’s Math Class

8th Grade:

Solving Equations:  In 8th grade math students have been working flexibly between modeling both proportional and nonproportional linear relationships using tables, graphs and equations. They can identify, represent, and interpret linear relationships.  Students are beginning to develop skill in areas that are traditionally known as algebra. Students are exploring properties of equality and solving for an unknown. Equality is maintained by adding, subtracting, multiplying, or dividing by the same quantity on each side of the equation.    

7th Grade:

The focus in 7th grade math has been on understanding and developing systematic ways to add, subtract, multiply and divide positive and negative numbers.  Working with integers has awarded us with the opportunity to review operations with whole numbers. Students have spent time learning the standard algorithm for adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing.


Understanding Similarity:  In 7th grade challenge students are looking to find relationships among figures that have been stretched or shrunk.  They are analyzing the resulting changes in properties of the figures, such as area and perimeter. Similarity will also be used to find the heights of real objects.  The this work is the beginning or proportional reasoning. By the end of this unit students will know how to create similar figures, how to determine whether or not two figures are similar, and how to predict the ratios of the lengths and area of two similar figures. In addition students have begun with with algebraic expressions, simplifying expression by combining like terms and using the distributive property.  This work will lead them to solving simple equations.


Reminder: Parent Survey

If you received an email with a parent survey, please take 10 minutes to fill that out for us! This is important in improving the success for students here at OHS!

Also, if you are a current parent of a student here and have not received the email but would like to, please contact Hayle Eastman at
She can send you the survey!

2018 VT Athletic Leadership Conference

Pictured here from left to right: Leia White, Melanie Neil, Emma DeGoosh, Hunter Locke, Cameron Boardman and Trevor Moore, accompanied by Barry Emerson and Derek Cipriano.

Office Closed

The front office will be closed on Friday, Novemeber 9th, 2018.