Congratulations to the Senior Class of 2018 Officers!
President: Madeline Enlow
Vice President: Kaitlin Phillips
Secretary: Katie Hall
Board Members: Corbin Aaen, Thien Le, Matthew Matherne, Foram Patel, Reece Pitson, Cassidy Shelby
Eagles Night Out @ Eskamoe’s: Tuesday, August 29th from 5:30 - 8:00PM. Forsythe location only.
Eagles Night Out @ Johnny’s: Tuesday, September 5th from 5:00 - 9:00 PM. DeSiard location only.
Juniors and Seniors be sure to turn in your permission slip and dues to Mrs. Dorsey. The first group will be going to the food bank on September 6, and dues and permission slip must be turned in before you will be able to go to the food bank.
Magazine Sale first turn-in day is next Wednesday, August 30.
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. Nominees do not need to pay dues, but should turn in their applications no later than Monday at 3 p.m.
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!
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 cafeteria.
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.
Varsity Girls Soccer: In office until Thursday 8/31
Chili Cheese Dog
2 Corinthians 5:7
But we live by faith, not by what we see.
DEVO for the Day
Jesus Calling - What does it mean to win? Your friends - and maybe even some grown-ups - may say that winning means never messing up, never failing. It is being the best, better than anyone else, and being in total control. That is how this world sees winning.
But I have another definition. Winning - for all eternity - is about letting Me have total control. It is admitting that you need Me, and then trusting Me to lead you.
Don’t just ask Me to bless what you have already decided to do. Ask Me what I want for you. I may fill your heart with a dream that seems impossibly far beyond your reach. And that dream will be bigger than anything you can do on your own. But remember, nothing is beyond My reach.
Yes, you will mess up sometimes, and you will make mistakes. But when you depend on Me, I will use your mistakes to grow your faith and to help you win - My way!
Read: Psalm 34:17-18