The Two Club Golf outing is coming up June 2. All proceeds are in support of the OHS Football Booster Club! If you don’t wish to play but would still like to support, any raffle items you would be willing to donate are appreciated. Register soon — It’s sure to be a tee-rrific day! Details can be found here:
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Get your tickets, while they are available, for the Jazz and Voice concert coming up on Friday, May 18th at 6:30pm. They are on sale starting this Friday (May 11) through next week Thursday (May 17). Tickets are $8.00 each and include appetizers at intermission. They may be purchased through the high school office.
Oostburg Band Program
We will be having our instrument fitting night for all of the incoming 6th grade band students on Tuesday, May 15th. Fittings will begin at 3:30 and run until about 6:00 or so. Please sign up for the earliest 10 minute time slot in which you and your child can come in to try instruments to select the best fit for next year!
In addition to trying out and selecting an instrument, we will also have White House of Music representatives present to help talk you through the instrument renting process.
If you already have an instrument, please bring it with you so we can take a look at it to make sure it will work well for your child.
If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact me at email@example.com
I hope you and your child are just as excited as I am to join the Oostburg Band Family!
Date: 05/15/2018 (Tue.) Location: Oostburg Middle School Band Room Sign Up for a Fitting
This summer, your student can have free access to thousands of ebooks that can be read from school, home, or on-the-go through Capstone. Students have the option of turning on supports like text-highlighting and professionally recorded read-aloud audio. You can even read off-line by downloading the app. Access is available May 1 – August 1. Click on the letter or go to Capstone Interactive Summer Reading Letter to access the login information. Happy reading!
A few years ago, Mrs. Heinen read the book “A Long Walk to Water” to her fifth grade library class. The students were so touched by the story that they felt compelled to DO something. This is a summary of Mrs. Heinen’s presentation to the now-middle school students to inform them of their impact: http://bit.ly/2rjxlu6 Also, here is a short clip of the well-building in Sudan: http://bit.ly/2wd0Um7
On May 3rd, State Representative Terry Katsma visited our 8th grade students, as they have been learning about the three branches of government. He discussed his role in the Wisconsin Legislature and shared insights into the average day for a lawmaker when not in session.