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  • OCS Nutrition Hubs 

    Free meals for children ages 1-18 years will be available for pick-up at 10 schools during the school closures. Beginning on March 23, a new site will open at Southwest Elementary School, and breakfast will be served along with lunch. All sites are drive-through or walk-up only. No space will be provided for eating on site and multiple meals may be picked up by students, parents or caregivers. Recipients should be prepared to drive up or walk up to the designated area and let staff know how many meals are needed.

    Breakfast and lunch will be given out at the same time. Breakfast will consist of a shelf-stable grain and fruit or juice that may be consumed the following morning.

    Meals will be available for pick-up from 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Monday through Friday at the following schools:

     

    • Clyde Erwin Elementary Magnet
    • Dixon Elementary School
    • Hunters Creek Elementary School
    • Jacksonville High School
    • Northside High School
    • Northwoods Elementary School
    • Richlands Elementary School
    • Southwest Elementary School
    • Southwest High School
    • Swansboro High School

     

    Beginning on March 23, meals will also be served from 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Monday through Friday at the following satellite sites:

     

    • Belleau Woods: 145 Harbord Drive, Midway Park, NC
    • Christian Community Church: 732 9 Mile Road, Richlands, NC
    • Belgrade Community Center: 482 Springhill Road, Maysville, NC 

     cartoon lunch bag with milk and apple

    You can find more information here: Student Nutrition Hubs.

     
     
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  • It is hard to get away from the rapidly changing news about COVID-19 and the changes it continues to cause in our society. With schools currently closed for students, concern over this new virus has increased the number of questions children and families have. OCS school counselors and school social workers understand this and, during this challenging time, will be available for virtual counseling sessions to help our children cope with these questions. You can find more information and links to each school’s counseling services here: 

     Student Counseling Services

    Schedule a virtual session with Mrs. Hutsell here: Mrs. Hutsell OECHS


     

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  • tree made of high school subjects   Even though we are in a period of remote learning, scheduling for Fall 2020 is still going on! All current sophomores and juniors are reminded to check Teams (OECHS Class of 2021 and Class of 2022 Scheduling) for a scheduling "assignment" from Mrs. Padilla.


     

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  • If your 1:1 device needs repair Onslow County Schools will have technicians at several different school sites. The hours and procedures for 1:1 drop off and pick up are found below:

    Student 1:1 Laptop Repair Procedure 


     

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  •  Say something message box At OECHS, we are committed to having a safe, secure and positive learning environment for our staff and students. To support this effort, we are happy to announce the launch of the "Say Something Anonnymous Reporting System". This program teaches students, teachers, and administrators how to recognize warning signs and signals, especially within social media, of individuals who may be a threat to themselves or others and to say something to a trusted adult or use its anonymous reporting system.

    The OECHS "Say Something" response team, administrators and staff have been trained in the program and will be helping our students learn how to use the system at school during seminar.

    More information about the "Say Something Anonymous Reporting System" can be found on the OCS District's homepage under "District Annoucement". If you have any questions, please feel free to call the school at 910-938-6702.

    Thank you for your support as we work together to promote the safety and security of our students and staff!


     

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  • Census 2020 on blue

    The US Census is mandated by the Constitution and conducted by the US Census Bureau. It will count every person in the US and the five US Territories. The information from the census will provide critical data for deciding how funding is distributed among communities across the US. For more information about what the census means to each of us:

    Click here!


     

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    The Owl-tlet!

     

    OECHS students - Got something on your mind? Don't keep it bottled up inside, use the Owl-tlet!! Suggestions? Drop it in the Owl-tlet! Worried? Tell the Owl-tlet about it! Owl-tlet can be found in Ragsdale Room 105 (the big room). Let us know what you are thinking. We will check it everyday!

    box with owl-tlet written on it

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