Middle school course selection for the 2022-2023 academic year will open for current 5-7 grade students Tuesday, Feb. 8 and run through Tuesday, Feb. 22.
Beginning Feb. 8, students/families may view teachers’ course recommendations, and submit course requests and alternate requests by logging into Synergy, selecting Course Request from the left panel, and following the directions available online.
Hello Class of 2026 families!
HIGH SCHOOL ARTICULATION IMPORTANT DATES
12/20 or 12/21 - OMMS Counselors present “HS Course Registration” lesson
12/20 – Families receive email with information and instructions for making course requests for HS
*12/20 – 1/18 – Students enter course requests and alternates
***Students must have 7 CREDIT REQUESTS AND 3 ALTERNATES***
*1/5 – HOHS Virtual Parent Information Night – 6 – 8pm – Links will be on the HOHS website
*1/6 – OMHS Scheduling Extravaganza – evening - More information coming soon
3/2 – Virtual ARL Career Academy Information Night 7 – 8pm – Preregistration Required
June – 2022 – 2023 Courses viewable in Synergy
June 8 – High School Visitation/Activity Day
Aug – High School Schedules available
Welcome Back Students and Families!
Your School Counselors are back! We are here to support you with academic growth, social and emotional growth, and career and college exploration! OMMS School Counselors' office hours are 7:35am - 3:10pm when school is in session. Students can request an appointment with their School Counselor by sending a Canvas Inbox message or by completing the Appointment Request form.
Ms. Janene Bunkley - students with last names A-K Janene_Bunkley@hcpss.org
Ms. Ellen Scott - students with last names L-Z Ellen_Scott@hcpss.org
The HCPSS Student Code of Conduct provides a framework to support behavioral goals and disciplinary policies. All students are expected to be aware of and abide by this Student Code of Conduct. Parents/guardians are encouraged to read the Student Code of Conduct carefully and to discuss the information with their children. HCPSS employees will follow the Student Code of Conduct when supporting students and determining consequences for violations. Please click here for the HCPSS student code of conduct handbook.
Attention 8th grade students and parents! Learn how Career and Technical Education (CTE) Career Academies provide high school students with opportunities to earn college credit, scholarships, and industry certifications, participate in worksite and mentorship experiences, and become creative problem solvers by participating in hands-on project-based learning.
There will be three Information sessions. Each academy will present twice each evening, so that students and parents can visit with two different academies.
Wednesday, October 6, 2021
Wednesday, December 8, 2021
Wednesday, March 2, 2022
Session I 7:00-7:20 pm
Session II 7:30-7:50 pm