Nate Livingston chosen by Mr. Dom Replogle.
If you are interested in taking Drivers Ed please see the accounting office. Classes start next Tuesday October 22. Classes are offered before school (Mr. Steele) and after school (Mr. Rhees). Sign up now!
We would like to encourage everyone to enter this year's Utah PTA Reflections contest! The 2013 Reflections Theme is: "Believe, Dream, Inspire"
Entry forms and category rules can be found at http://www.utahpta.org/reflections
Please turn in all entries to Mr. Ellingford in room 2203.
Entries are due: October 30, 2013
If you have any questions please contact Tracy Brousseau, 801-787-3015, [email protected]
Have a great day and GO TIGERS
Orem Girls get your dates! It's Sadie's Time!
This Saturday, October 19th from 8-11pm. The theme is Sadie's Goes O Town. Dress up in your Orem High Favorites, spirit & colors and bring O Town City to life. Tickets are $15 pre sale and $20 at the door. Remember that school dress code will be enforced.
All those who want to apply for Sterling Scholar, have your application in by this afternoon before the Media Center closes. If you thought you missed the deadline, there is still time to fill out the application short essays during lunch and after school so GO FOR IT!!
Red Ribbon Week:
Wednesday – Thank you to all who signed the Red Ribbon Week banner yesterday and all the red outfits today. Tomorrow though, we will be blasting drugs away with 'Blast from the Past' outfits. Everyone come in your most eccentric and craziest outfits from the past. You can be a cavemen all the way to the 90's kids. There will be a fashion show during lunch to see who has the best outfit.
Everyone who is a member of National Honor Society, we will be having a service project to benefit the school this Friday! We will be meeting in the library at 3:00. Make sure to bring your yellow service log. See you there!
Are you looking to improve your college resume? Are you proud to be an American? The Excel Club may be right for you! The Excel Club is a new club at Orem High starting this month! The Excel Club is a national organization that focuses on Americanism and service in the community. By being part of the Excel Club, you will participate in two service activities during the school year. Excel Club members will also teach elementary students to be proud to be an American! This is a great and fun opportunity to build your college resume! If you are interested, please see Mrs. Gilbert in room 1112 by Friday, October 18th!