Make dinner a selfless act by joining us for a fundraiser to
support Overland High School Theatre & Choir. Come in to the
Chipotle at 1205 South Havana St. Unit B1 in Aurora on
Tuesday, December 12 between 4pm & 8pm. Show the flyer to the
cashier to make sure that 50% of
the proceeds will be donated to OHS Theatre
Looking for holiday gift ideas? Give King Soopers reloadable gift cards and earn 5% back for the performing arts department or for a specific performing arts student's expenses.
What would you like to see in the school store? We have t-shirts, hoodies, and sweats, but we'd like to add more Overland gear and accessories. Let us know by clicking READ MORE or visiting us in the Athletics Office.
Community Night with the Colorado Avalanche. $5 of every ticket sold will be donated to the Cherry Creek Schools Foundation! Colorado Avalanche vs. Minnesota Wild. Saturday, January 6 • 7:00PM • Pepsi Center. Click READ MORE for information on buying tickets.
Your purchase at American Furniture Warehouse can support our school! Mention our School ID (OHS084) or Overland HS at time of purchase. For online purchases, use promo code "SCHOOL" with our school name or ID below at check-out. AFW will donate 2% on all purchases and anything Simmons will be matched 2%. Friends and family can help too!
The six high schools made the list for the second consecutive year, the most of any Colorado school district.
Fifteen student media programs from across the state have been announced
as the first inductees into the Colorado Student Media Association
All-Colorado Hall of Fame, including the Overland Trail Yearbook.
Congratulations to Overland Trail staff!
Food and Nutrition Services invites you to apply for the Free and Reduced meal program for all students enrolled in Cherry Creek School District.
You may apply online at http://ccsdcafe.org. Please Note: A new application is required every school year for meal benefits. For more information, call Food and Nutrition Services, 720-886-7160.
The Care Line is the Cherry Creek School District's 24-hour phone line and email address where concerns about safety/threatening/dangerous situations can be reported by students, parents or school staff. Calls may remain confidential and anonymous. Call the Care Line at 720.554.2273 or email the Care Line at email@example.com.
Thanksgiving and winter break are just around the corner!
Overland High School is committed to providing a learning environment where students, staff, and community members feel safe. This includes attention to both physical and psychological school safety. Each year, we revise our Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools (REMS) Template, which outlines important safety procedures we follow. This includes items such as our drill schedules and plans for preparation and response to potential school emergencies. On a regular basis we conduct Fire, Secure Perimeter, and Lockdown drills, and we continuously revisit and revise all safety procedures. All of our procedures are designed in accordance with recommendations of best practice made from both external agencies and the Cherry Creek School District. By establishing such proactive measures, and continually reflecting upon and adjusting our plans as needed, Overland High School strives to promote and maintain a safe learning environment. For any questions related to school safety at Overland High School, please contact John Madden, Assistant Principal, at 720-747-3751.
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