High School

Principal Sean German
Assistant Principal/Athletic Director Dan Sheehan

Principal’s Corner

Thank You Veterans!!


Although pleasant weather is not usually ones first thought when November starts, I must admit that it is still one of my favorite months. It seems to be coincidental that Thanksgiving and Veterans Day both occur during November but in my opinion I think it is perfectly appropriate. Since we have started conducting our formal Veterans Day assembly, November 11 is one of the days that I most look forward to. One of the recognitions that we do at our assembly is to ask every student and staff member who has had a family member serve in our nation’s military to stand. It is a powerful image to see so many individuals standing to represent the pride and sacrifice of their family members.


It is a great opportunity for our students to understand how important it is that we recognize and thank our veterans for their service that permits us the opportunity to enjoy the freedoms we have as American citizens.


Please be sure to encourage any and all veterans that you know to join us at AOHS for our annual Veterans Day Assembly on November 11, 2015. Our assembly will begin at approximately 8:15 AM.


Additionally, please make a point to seek out the veterans that you know and tell them how much we appreciate them!




Sean German

AOHS Principal




High School News and Announcements

Come and support the Argenta-Oreana High School Class of 2017 at our Holiday Craft & Vendor Fair this Saturday, November 21st from 9-3 in the high school cafeteria.  You can start your holiday shopping with over 25 vendors and pick up a delicious coffee cake to share with your family over the holidays.  You can also join us for lunch, featuring pulled pork sandwiches from Carrol Lou's Smokehouse.  There will also be many raffle items up for grabs.  Admission is $1 and all proceeds go to the Class of 2017 Prom/Post Prom fund.  So, come get out of the cold and enjoy the day with us! 

Prior to the 2015-2016 school year, school districts were prohibited from preannouncing early dismissals due to heat. The announcement had to occur the day of the early dismissal. This was not ideal as it could cause issues with day care and other logistics. Please be advised that the State Board of Education has removed this prohibition to preannounce early dismissals due to excessive heat. During periods of extreme heat, the superintendent and building administrators will conduct morning and afternoon classroom temperature checks, review the forecast, and will try to make calls on heat dismissals the day before they are needed. We hope early dismissals will not be necessary; however, we take student and staff safety very seriously and do not want to expose anyone to hours of excessively hot conditions that can occur in the classrooms in the afternoon. If an early dismissal is announced, the elementary school will dismiss at 12:45 p.m. The middle and high schools will dismiss at 1:00 p.m

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