Orestimba High School

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NCLUSD Dig Pink Event 1st Place in the state!

Thanks to all who participated and helped out in some way to make this a very successful event in our district. NCLUSD was 1st in the state and 5th in the nation!! Thanks to Angie Mackovich at Yolo and Vicki Felber at OHS for organizing such a great event that fundraised $8,562 for such a good cause. All sites came together as a team to make this a success!
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Healthy Kids Survey

NCLUSD is on cycle for this school year to complete the California Healthy Kids Survey in grades 5th, 7th and 9th, 11th . The California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS) is the largest statewide survey of resiliency, protective factors, and risk behaviors in the nation. The California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS) is a powerful tool for use in Grades 4-12 that can help schools and districts accurately identify areas of student and school strengths and weaknesses, and address related needs. The opportunity it provides students and staff to communicate confidentially their perceptions and concerns about the school and its environment in a neutral context, as neither the school, nor district is being rated or evaluated based on the results. The District and schools will share the results with our school-community.
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Practice SAT at Orestimba

There are 60 spots open for juniors wanting to take the PSAT on a voluntary basis. The test is scheduled for Wednesday, October 19 at 8:00 am in the OHS gym. To reserve a spot Juniors need to sign up in the Counseling Center ASAP as spots fill up quickly.
Cost: Free!!
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Returning Student Registration

Parents please complete your returning student registration for 16-17 through your PowerSchool Parent account. Parents may log in and update their student information on Infosnap through the PowerSchool Parent account. Please follow instructions below. Please Do NOT use New Student Registration.
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Mandatory Health Education

California state law requires that sexual health education and HIV/AIDS prevention education is taught in middle school and in high school. Please read the attached letter for additional information regarding a preview night on April 4, 2016 and permission form.
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