Dracula is back!

Dracula is back!

Ciera McNabb, center-spread editor

February 28, 2012

The OHS blood drive started up on Feb. 28.  From 8 a.m to 1 p.m, students were in Gym B shaking off the fear of the needle to give hope to those who need blood transfusions to survive. “It’s great to see people donating.  You know that the blood being donated gives people a second cha...

Make it sparkle: prom theme causes debate

Ciera McNabb, Center spreed Editor

December 19, 2011

Prom. This is the day every student anticipates during their high school career. Not only is it a fun-filled dance with great music, decorations, and a delicious dinner, it marks the end of our overall teenage experience. Everything that we worked for, everything that we have become, all the friends...

We “can” do it!: OHS gathers cans for annual drive

We “can” do it!: OHS gathers cans for annual drive

Ciera McNabb, Center spread Editor

November 16, 2011

As the season of giving approaches, OHS is finding a way to give to those in need. The annual food drive for Feed My People started on Nov. 2 and students are ready to make a difference. Although the past can drives have been successful, Student Council and National Honors Society are working on getting...

Arconati leads team to success

Arconati leads team to success

Ciera McNabb, Center Spread Editor

October 28, 2011

The 2011 girls field hockey teamhad a growing bond all season, ending their season with a 7-11 record.  Every player contributed and gave it their all, but one player in particular stood out from the crowd. Brooke Arconati may only be a sophomore, but there is no doubt that she had a big impact on...

Homecoming dance brings sweet success

Homecoming dance brings sweet success

Andrew Schaefer, Reporter

September 13, 2011

Homecoming week ended in smiles on Sept. 10 when OHS geared up for the 2011 homecoming dance. This years homecoming theme was Candyland, complete with giant lollipops and a gingerbread house. “The decorations at homecoming were great,”Nathan Dieckhaus (12) said. “I enjoyed the craftsman ship...

Seniors are given new rights

Seniors are given new rights

Ciera McNabb, Editor

September 2, 2011

New privileges have been granted to all of the seniors that show academic achievement and good behavior throughout their four years at OHS. For the first time, the class of ‘12 will be given new rights that include: 11 Friday off campus lunches, open ANP (academic networking period) travel without...

The Senior’s departure leaves some lonely students

The Senior’s departure leaves some lonely students

Hannah Church, Reporter

May 20, 2011

Confusion has swept over the faces of Oakville as the realization of the seniors’ departure finally hit.  They knew it was going to happen, thought they prepared for it.  But when you see the empty hallways and half empty classrooms that’s when it smacks you right in the face. Some classrooms...

Freshman makes a name

Sarah Girardier, Reporter

April 26, 2011

While she’s only a freshman, Katie Bentlage is already making a name for herself as an artist at OHS. On April 12 Bentlage placed first in the color photography category at the annual Olivette Photo Show with her photo of her pet dog, entitled “Max.” Competing against a number of other students...

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