OCS MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS
October 26, 2015
Varsity cross country team will run its next meet at Lakeside HS in Sibley, La on Oct 31.
Coach Wells is looking for videographer for next year (high school boys games). Needs to be responsible high school student and can travel to away games. Please see Coach Wells with any questions.
Congratulations to the following football players for being selected to the Academic All-State Composite Football team: James Anderson, Randy Bentley, and Evan Downs.
Pasta for Patients: Today is Blue Jean Day for Teachers and Faculty. Please make sure you pay the $5 donation for your Blue Jean Pass.
All Varsity Softball players have a meeting at break in the lab.
Congratulations to the OCS Middle School Cross Country Team.
The 5-6th grade Boys team won 1st place in the La State Games at ULM and captured its 3rd victory in a row with 4 runners in the top ten.
The 5-6th grade girls team came in 2nd place with 2 runners in the top 5
The 7-8th grade boys team got 3rd place.
Teams from all over the state competed in this event
BIRTHDAYS TODAY: LUNCH TODAY: LUNCH TOMORROW:
Kaitlin Phillips Chicken Noodle Soup Ham
Cannon Powell Cheese Sandwich Mac-n-cheese
Claire Russell Cake Black Eye Peas
I long to dwell in your tent forever and take refuge in the shelter of your wings.
DEVO for the Day
Jesus Calling – Some days just feel out of control. Your regular routine is all messed up. You feel as though you’re running in three different directions all at the same time. And you’re not really sure what is expected of you. I know that you feel safer when life is predictable, when everything goes as planned. But don’t be afraid. Trust Me.
Come to Me and let Me shelter you under My wings. You are completely safe with Me. Put aside your fears and worries. Remember, I can use crazy days to do wonderful things in your life. You may have a chance to do something for Me that wouldn’t have happened on an ordinary day. So instead of complaining about an out-of-control day, say yes to what I am doing in your life.
READ: Isaiah 12:2; Psalm 61:2-3; 2 Corinthians 3:18