Overland High School Hall of Fame Selection Committee would
like to announce their inaugural Athletic Hall of Fame with the induction of
their first class on March 31, 2018. Please click READ MORE to purchase tickets.
Students in Melissa Lucero's social studies classes were selected as recipients of cheap tickets to see the hit musical, "Hamilton," and experience history in a new way. Click READ MORE for the full article.
Congratulations to Courtney Gatlin (pictured), who is the HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) State Leadership Champion! She received a gold medal and will attend Nationals in June. Other members of the HOSA team, Kamola Lapasova and Awura Gyimah, placed in the Top 10.
The 8th Annual CCSD Poetry Slam will be held at Overland High School in the Auditorium on Thursday, April 19 at 6:30pm. Cost is $3. Click READ MORE for registration, rules, and information
The Overland NUTS (Never Underestimate Trailblazer Spirit) showed outstanding Blazer spirit in support of Unified Basketball. Never before have there been louder screams for them at the introduction — the players were all grinning and laughing with excitement! There's one more game this season...senior night.
Scout news magazine is a finalist again for the national Gold
Crown award for best high school magazine from the Columbia Scholastic
Press Association. This is the fourth year in a row! The top awards go
to publications that are judged on their excellence as shown by their
design, photography, concept, coverage and writing. The winners will be
announced in March.
Students received their course registration guides in Advisory on Monday, January 29. During social studies classes, students will register for 2018-19 classes. Click READ MORE to view the registration guide. If you missed Advisory, stop by the IST Main Office for your registration sheet.
The varsity basketball team has started a Brotherhood mentor program at Ponderosa Elementary, hoping to impact the lives of the boys in our community so they develop further as men from the experience.
Are you a former PTCO officer? Would you like to continue to make a
difference for our schools and our students? Then, consider serving on
the Parents’ Council Executive Board. For the 2018-2019 school year, Parents' Council has openings in the
following areas: Communications, Treasurer, Document Review, Secretary,
Social Media and Hospitality. Get more information about these rewarding volunteer opportunities here.
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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