The girls soccer sign up sheet for girls varsity soccer team is up in the office. Make sure to sign up by next week.
Girls varsity soccer will have their first meeting next Thursday at break. Please plan on attending if you are interested in joining the team. We will meed in the lab next THursday at break.
High school FCA devo will start today in Coach Q's room at lunch TODAY.
All high school girls basketball players meet Coach Humphries at break in cafeteria TODAY.
High school basketball boys (who do not play football), please meet in Coach Wells’ room TODAY at 3:00PM!
All current National Honor Society members should pay their $20 dues to Mrs. Terral no later than Friday, September 1st. Nominees are not required to pay dues.
High school students who are driving & parking on campus - please see Mrs. Madeline Weatherford to update your parking permit. Seniors! Your permits are here! Please come trade in your current permit or purchase a new one!
There will be a meeting for all who want to go on the Italy trip TONIGHT at 5:30 in the art room.
There will be a Middle School & JV Jamboree at Eagle Stadium against Sterlington TONIGHT. 7th grade starts at 5:30, 8th grade at 6:00, & JV at 6:30!
Come out to Warhawks Stadium (ULM) on August 26th and support OCS in the Bayou Jamb! We are playing Mangham. Get your tickets in the Field House.
OCS Blood Drive is August 29th.
10th-12th graders interested in a trip to Washington DC, there will be a meeting next Tuesday at 6 in the chapel.
Our first HOME football game is September 1st against Arcadia.
Art Club: See Mrs. Sharp. $50 dues covers local, state & national dues; graduation honors cords, and T-shirt.
Cross Country: 5-12 Girls and Boys, sign up in the cafeteria.
Chili Cheese Dog
The Lord takes care of his people like a shepherd. He gathers the people like lambs in his arms. He carries them close to him. He gently leads the mothers of the lambs.
DEVO for the Day
Jesus Calling - Everyone has habits - some are good and some are not so good. Starting today, I want you to learn a new habit. Try saying, “I trust You, Jesus,” no matter what is happening around you. Choose to remember that I am in control of the universe, and that I love you with a love that is higher than any mountain and deeper than any ocean.
By saying, “I trust You, Jesus,” you are saying that you know I am in control of all things and that nothing can defeat Me. It is then that fear loses its grip on you. So when you are facing tough times, trust Me to guide you through them and use them to grow your faith. Trusting Me is a habit you won’t ever want to break.
Read: Psalm 63:2; Isaiah 40:10; Psalm 139:7-10