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Mustang Round Up
How can the teachers and staff express our deepest gratitude to all of you who participated in Round Up? What an absolute privilege it is for us O. Henry employees to witness the hard work, dedication, and generosity you exhibit during our annual carnival! I don’t know of any middle school PTA in the entire state that pulls off an event like this each year and raises over $100,000. We are truly blessed to work in a school where parents are intimately involved in their children’s education and are willing to collaborate with us to ensure our students grow and develop academically, socially, and emotionally.…
Archive for September, 2014
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Travel to Spain in June 2015
Join me, a small group of parents, and O. Henry students on an Adventure in Spain! In case you were unable to make the last informational meeting, I will be holding another meeting tonight (Tuesday , September 23rd) in the O. Henry Art Room #605 from 5:30-6:30. Enroll before September 30th for a $100 discount. Please RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org if you will be coming to the meeting. Check out the informational website at http://www.eftours.com/tour-website/1557561NK.…
MUSTANG ROUND UP 2014!
Only one week until Round Up! Join us for this fun family event. We will have Sports Booths, Carnival Games, Raffles, Middle School Dance, and Tasty Food. All our favorite food vendors are back for this year’s Round Up! P. Terry’s, Craig O’s, Teo, Jim Jim’s, and our new addition, Tiny Pies (OHMS family)! So come hungry and bring cash for all your favorite food and drinks!
Please support O.Henry by donating to Round Up today: www.ohenrypta.org.…Read more →
Back to School Night
Thank you to all the parents/guardians who were able to attend last week’s Back to School Night. The turnout was exceptional! We appreciate your commitment to your students’ middle school education!
Because of time constraints, I wasn’t able to share a recommendation that I usually share at Back to School Night. Here it is:
With high school just around the corner, we recommend that you consider middle school practice. Students will make poor choices.…Read more →