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Orono High School will celebrate Homecoming Week October 1-6. Each day will boast its own dress-up theme. In addition, there will be a variety of athletic and special events. Here are highlights of the week: Monday, October 1 Dress theme:  Dressy vs. Messy Day (Dress up or wear your PJs) Events: Homecoming coronation, 2 p.m.,… OHS celebrates Homecoming Week Oct. 1-6

Orono School has added a new tool to its Orono PLUS digital-learning program called Schoology. Schoology is a popular Learning Management System (LMS) used broadly in the State of Minnesota and beyond. Schoology will be used by teachers to post classroom information including assignments, learning targets, due dates, reminders about field trips and more. Students… District launches new LMS called Schoology

Orono High School students return to classes Tuesday, September 4. Students need to bring a copy of their class schedule on the first day. Newsletter All you need to know (and more!) can be found in the 2018-19 OHS Back-to-School Newsletter. School Supplies High school students are encouraged to bring their favorite school supplies that they know they will… Get ready! Here’s 2018-19 back-to-school info

Gillian McNeal has been hired as the new head coach for the Orono High School girls’ swim and dive team. “Gil will bring experience, knowledge and passion to our program,” said Bucky Mieras, OHS activities director. “She has great experience as a high school coach and summer club coach, plus she already knows many of… New OHS swim coach gets ready to dive in

Joining the students and teachers new to Orono Schools this fall will be new head coaches for the Orono High School girls’ basketball team and the girls’ hockey team. Ryan Martin will lead the girls’ basketball team and Sean Fish the girls’ hockey team. “We are excited about both hires,” said Bucky Mieras, Orono High… OHS hires new coaches for two girls’ sports

Watch Orono High School’s 67th commencement as captured by Lake Minnetonka Communications Commission: http://lmcc.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?publish_id=65c2fe5b-6e4b-11e8-9e05-00505691de41 See a gallery of photos from the evening here: https://www.facebook.com/pg/OronoPublicSchools/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1737250753034016

In order to improve safety and traffic flow, the City of Orono will be reconstructing Old Crystal Bay Road between Sixth Avenue North (Country Road 6) to Wayzata Boulevard (County Road 112 or Old Highway 12) over the summer. The road will be widened with new water main and storm sewer. Pedestrian crossing routes and… Changes in store for motorists, pedestrians

The yearbook staff is already busy preparing for the 2018-19 edition of the Spartan Annual. In order for us to meet our production deadlines and for your items to be included in next year’s book, it is necessary that you provide us with the required items on or before the dates listed in the document… Class of 2019: Get those senior portraits done!

Orono High School is one of Minnesota’s top high schools and a Gold Medal recipient in the 2018 ranking of America’s Best High Schools by U.S. News & World Report. Orono placed second overall of the 569 high schools ranked in Minnesota. Nationally, Orono was 210th of 28,813 high schools nationwide or among the top 1… OHS is one of Minnesota’s top high schools

Orono Schools has been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Foundation for its commitment to music education. The designation is awarded to districts that demonstrate outstanding achievement in efforts to provide music access and education to all students. Of the 583 districts spotlighted nationwide,… Music program earns national recognition

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