Valentine’s Day Specials Many local restaurants want to help celebrate the season of love by offering cute Valentine’s Day food and drinks for a limited time! These are great places to go with family, friends, or that special someone to cherish the holiday and make memories together. Most of these places are quite convenient since they are inexpensive and local. Chick-Fil-A has cute heart-shaped food … Continue reading Food For Lovers
Different Cultural Christmas Traditions Christmas in the United States is warm and bright! Many houses are decorated with beautiful lights and tall green trees. Santa Claus and Elf On The Shelf are two really big premises for American culture. Elves are Santa’s helpers, but all these are just beliefs for young kids. Christmas is celebrated on December 25th, unlike other countries that celebrate it on … Continue reading Christmas Around The World
Allied soccer is an organization for students with disabilities to practice and play soccer games against other schools in Howard County. It is a great opportunity for the students to engage with others and have their own fun and games. The season starts after Labor Day and runs until the end of October. Students do not need to try out; they will automatically make it … Continue reading Allied Soccer at Oakland Mills
Día de los Muertos! The day of the dead is a special holiday for Latin American countries. This holiday celebrates loved ones who have passed away. It allows Latin countries to express themselves and show off their love for a lost one. Many Latin American countries such as Colombia, Ecuador, Honduras, El Salvador, and Peru all join to celebrate this Mexican holiday on November 1st. … Continue reading Celebrate El Día de los Muertos with OM
Meet the new English teacher Meet Mrs. Pierce, our amazing English Teacher at Oakland Mills High School! Who as well graduated from Oakland Mills, she was class of 2013. She grew up in the community of Oakland Mills and went to Towson University to become a teacher. She went to Towson University for 4 years, then came back to teach at her favorite place at … Continue reading OM Is Too Hard To Leave!