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Seniors bring their pets to school

Seniors bring their pets to school

Tad Bast, reporter

May 16, 2018


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On April 27, students walked into OHS and met a few furry surprises. This year, the seniors organized a one of a kind prank, “Bring Your Pet to School Day”. On the half day, students brought all kinds of pets to school, from dogs and cats to peacocks and pythons. Students, teachers, and animals...

Advanced Woods delivers habitats to MOSAIC students

Advanced Woods delivers habitats to MOSAIC students

Kyle Genthon, reporter

May 16, 2018


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The long awaited habitat projects have been delivered to the first graders at the MOSAIC School of Innovation. The first projects were completed as far back as late February into early March, with the final few finishing up in April. Students in both the second block and fifth block Advanced Woods...

DECA and FBLA host their first Mr. OHS

DECA and FBLA host their first Mr. OHS

Rachel Delgado, reporter

May 14, 2018


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Showcasing his talent with lip syncing in the talent portion and representing his humble and warming character in the question rounds was how Brad Hartmann, Mr.DECA, walked away with the 2018 Mr. OHS crown on April 13. “It felt good (to win Mr.OHS),” Hartmann said. “I just tried to make my answers...

Band holds summer community concert

Band holds summer community concert

Christina Meier, reporter

May 14, 2018


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The school year may be winding down, but the upcoming band season is already starting. On Friday, June 1, OHS Band will be performing at St. Bernadette Church Athletic Fields, which overlooks Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. The concert will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Serving as a kick-off...

Twillmann receives full ride to UMSL

Twillmann receives full ride to UMSL

Nicole Neher, editor in chief

May 11, 2018


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OHS seniors receive major scholarships each year, but one student in particular received hers in a way she will never forget. Alexis Twillmann (12) was awarded a full scholarship, worth nearly $100,000, to University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL). The money will finance everything Twillmann needs...

Mueller and Novara earn top awards in half marathon

Mueller and Novara earn top awards in half marathon

Christina Meier, reporter

May 2, 2018


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Of the thousands of runners who participated in the Go! St. Louis Half Marathon in downtown St. Louis on April 8, two OHS students, Emma Mueller (11) and Alison Novara (10), finished among the best. Mueller placed first among all participants in the Students on the Go program, and Novara placed fourth. After...

Yearbooks distributed like never before

Yearbooks distributed like never before

Preston Ocello, reporter

May 1, 2018


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“Things are Changing Like Never Before.” That’s the theme for the 2018 Tiger Paw yearbook. It is also the first spring-delivery book at OHS in 27 years. The 2018 yearbooks will be distributed Tuesday, May 1 in Gym B. Students who purchased the book will be invited to the yearbook distribution...

Academic Quiz Bowl wins districts, qualifies for sectionals

Academic Quiz Bowl wins districts, qualifies for sectionals

Lexi Onder, reporter

April 18, 2018


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The OHS Academic Quiz Bowl team won districts on Saturday, April 14, with a record of 5-0. Four schools came together at OHS to compete against one another for the title of first place, but in the end, OHS was victorious. The last time the OHS quiz bowl team won districts was in 2016. “This...

Zapf named Student of the Year

Zapf named Student of the Year

Tad Bast, reporter

April 16, 2018


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Each year, OHS surveys its teachers to find the student that they think is most deserving to be named Student of the Year, and receive the $1,000 check that goes with it. This year, Taylor Zapf (12) was named the OHS Elks Student of the Year. To receive this award, Zapf first had to be named the September...

New entertainment incorporated in Spring Pep Assembly

New entertainment incorporated in Spring Pep Assembly

Rachel Delgado, reporter

April 13, 2018


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Winter Guard and juggling. These two things may seem like they have nothing in common, but on Tuesday, April 10, they did. Instead of the usual Cheerleading and Golden Girls performances, the spring pep assembly featured Winter Guard stepping up to showcase their award winning performance with flags,...

Rauls and Westwood named Missouri Scholars

Rauls and Westwood named Missouri Scholars

Lexi Onder, reporter

April 12, 2018


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OHS students Olivia Rauls (12) and Ryan Westwood (12) were named to the 2018 Missouri Scholars 100. The Missouri Scholars 100 is a program that selects the top 100 students across the state. It is sponsored by the Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals. The association selects these...

Leadership plans spring spirit week

Mckenzie Knapp, editor in chief

April 6, 2018


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Time to whip out your jerseys and USA wear for Spring Spirit Week! On April 9, spirit week will begin with Jersey Day. Wear your favorite sports team merchandise to show your support! Tuesday (April 10) will be Tacky Tourist Day, get ready to find your fanny packs and visors! Show off your hip...

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