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Mission Statement

Oakmont Regional High School provides an inclusive, nurturing environment where students pursue academic excellence, practice respect, think innovatively, and prepare for life-long participation in an ever-changing global society.

 

Core Values

In our pursuit of academic, technological, and personal excellence, the Oakmont learning community will act responsibly, be self-directed, communicate clearly and appropriately, address and solve problems, and practice respect.

 
Responsibility

We are responsible when we

  • account for our actions, attitudes words and their consequences;
  • consider others’ needs;
  • reflect on our actions and respond accordingly;
  • accept constructive criticism;
  • use technology ethically;
  • contribute fully while collaborating with peers.

 

Self-Direction

We are self-directed when we

  • prioritize academic tasks and manage time effectively;
  • make decisions in pursuit of a healthy lifestyle including nutrition, physical fitness, and preventative care;
  • make informed, thoughtful decisions regarding our emotional, physical and mental health;
  • conduct ourselves appropriately in a variety of social situations;
  • work diligently, independently or within collaborative groups.

 

Communication

We communicate clearly and appropriately independently or collaboratively when we

  • read actively and critically for information and understanding;
  • write clearly and accurately for a variety of purposes;
  • speak clearly and appropriately for the audience;
  • listen attentively and openly to others;
  • use multiple modes of creative expression;
  • demonstrate cultural and digital age literacy.

 

Problem-Solving

We address and solve problems independently or collaboratively when we

  • adapt to ever-changing learning environments;
  • look for analytic and/or creative ways to identify, describe, and solve real-world problems;
  • research, interpret, evaluate, analyze, and synthesize information from verbal, printed, and digital sources;
  • demonstrate curiosity and intellectual risk-taking
 
Respect

We practice respect when we

  • accept others with kindness and openness;
  • expand our awareness of and appreciation for the global community;
  • treat others ethically with honesty and integrity;
  • accept diversity and recognize the different ways we learn, think, look, and live.

 

Learner Expectations
Academic
  • Critical Thinking: Reading, listening, and research skills to gather, interpret, synthesize and evaluate information while using a variety of methods and technologies.

  • Communication: Demonstrate learning through creative, multiple modes of expression which include but are not limited to various technologies.

Social
  • Responsibility: Demonstrate responsibility by being flexible and adaptable while working independently and collaboratively to accomplish tasks.

  • Decision-Making: Plan for and make healthy lifestyle decisions.

Civic
  • Citizenship: Understand the rights and responsibilities of a citizen in a diverse democratic society and be thoughtful, accepting, reflective, and active citizens in the school and larger community.

College Related Information

You can find all the college related information you might need on the Guidance section of our website. 

College Visits (Juniors and Seniors)
College visits and interviews must be pre-approved by Guidance and Administration for the absence to be excused.
 
Approval forms: In order to access an approval form students must log into their Naviance account and download and print the form from the document library.
 
To be eligible for an excused absence:
 
  • The student must be a SENIOR or JUNIOR in good academic standing
  • Parent, Guidance and Administration must sign the form
  • Parents should call the school the day of the visit to verify the absence
  • A signature from a College Admissions Officer is required
  • Student must return the form to the Main Office after the visit (the absence will be considered unexcused until the completed form is returned to the office
  • Juniors can take up to two excused visits per school year and seniors up to three excused per school year
 
Thank you for your cooperation.
 
College Excused Absence Form
Homecoming 2017 Information

HOMECOMING  NEED TO KNOWS

 Homecoming Weekend

October 13-14, 2017

 

Friday, October 13

Tailgate Party 3:30-6:45 pm: 

  • Held in left field of the baseball field
  • Each graduating class creates a banner which is displayed
  • Each class provides snack foods and drinks
  • There is music and yard style games
  • This event replaces the traditional parade

Varsity and JV Field Hockey v. North Middlesex at 3:30 pm

Football game v. Hudson at 7 pm

 

Saturday, October 14

Homecoming Dance 6:30-10:00 pm

  • Finger Foods and Drinks provided
  • Tickets are $20 per student
    • Cash or Checks (Payable to OSAF) NO CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS
    • No tickets will be sold at the door
    • Tickets go on sale October 2-12 at lunches
    • Students must be financially eligible to buy tickets
    • Oakmont students may bring a guest
      • Guest passes available in the Main Office
      • Must be signed by Oakmont administrator and guest’s school administrator
      • If guest does not attend school, he/she must contact an Oakmont administrator
      • Guest can NOT be older than 20 years
      • Dress is SEMI-FORMAL
        • Dress or skirt
        • Dress Shirt, tie or bowtie, dress pants, shoes (NO SNEAKERS, HATS, T-SHIRTS)
        • Although the standard for dress is not as high has school standards, we ask that all apparel is appropriate for a high school event
        • Administration reserves the right to deny entry and contact parents if we feel your son or daughter’s dress is inappropriate
        • Please contact us if you have a question about attire
 
Gradebook Portal

Students received an email at the beginning of the school year with a link that takes them through the setup process to activate their account. Before students can access the Student Gradebook Portal, students need to activate their account. Once the account is active students should be able to access their grades online. If you are still having trouble accessing your account after you followed the activation process in the email please let your teacher know so they can contact the technology staff for help.  

MCAS Info

High School MCAS TESTING INFORMATION FOR SY17_18

 


 

The 2017-2018 MCAS Competency Determination Exam dates are:

  • English Language Arts Retest: November 8-9 and 14, 2017

  • Math Retest: November 15, 16 and 17 (if needed), 2017

  • Biology: February 5, 6 and 7 (if needed), 2018

  • English Language Arts Retest, February 28 and March 1 and 2, 2018

  • Mathematics Retest, March 5, 6 and 7 (if needed), 2018

  • ELA Regular Session:  March 27, 28 and 29, 2018

  • April 5 as Composition ONLY - Make-up and April 10 as last make-up.

  • Math Regular Session: May 23 and 24 with May 30 make-up if needed.

  • STE Regular Session: June 6 and 7 with June 12 if needed.

 


 

We will be starting the school day at our normal starting time and relocating some classes so that testers have an optimal testing environment.

Please watch the listings as they are developed and posted in the hallways for your testing locations.

 


 

The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has increased their security measures for the MCAS testing so that all students will have fair opportunities to succeed.  Students need to be prepared for these changes.

Students should not bring electronic devices with them on testing days or, if they must have their cell phone, they should be prepared to put all of their belongings in a designated location on the side of the room and not interact with the devices until the testing period is completely over.  To help maintain the security of the testing area, we ask that parents refrain from texting or calling students.  Please contact the main office at 978-827-5907 if there is an immediate concern.

Students are only allowed to have water at their desks.  Snacks as well as all other beverages including coffee, tea, or juices will not be allowed during testing.  We recommend that students eat a healthy breakfast before testing, as the test can be physically and mentally tiring for some students; however, some students find that having mints or gum is a helpful aid for concentration.  Students should also bring a hard cover or paperback book (electronic devices are not allowed) that they can read after they complete their exam.  

MCAS testing affects the entire ORHS staff and student body.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at 978-827-5907 or see Mr. Uminski or Mrs. Bogosh in the main office.