Valentine’s Day is a day full of love, yet people tend to despise it due to the exclusionary feeling it gives off. There’s always a conflict between people who … Continue Reading Valentine’s Day: Is it Worth it?
Love, to wish of thee As a perpetual endeavor Be of a mortal act From the heart’s core, Which blazes and beats For a sweet release From my soul To … Continue Reading Perpetual Love
The 2019-2020 basketball season has been a solid year for our boys’ varsity team. They are currently the best team in the county. The team got off to a slow … Continue Reading OM Boys Varsity Update
With the NBA season approaching its halfway point, the season hasn’t gone as some may have predicted. Some teams have been shocking as to where they have placed, while … Continue Reading The NBA Season So Far
Black History Month and Assembly February is the annual celebration of historical achievements by African Americans to recognize the roles and struggles they have conquered in U.S. history. Since … Continue Reading The History of Black History Month
Romance is in the air this month as the world observes the holiday of Valentine’s Day. Every February 14th, society becomes a little more sentimental as candy and flowers … Continue Reading Understanding White Day: The Foreign Follow Up to Valentine’s Day
What is “home”? What is a community? There are many textbook definitions you can find online about these words, but there are only so many places you can find them … Continue Reading Why Kids Should Want to Come to OM!
If you go to Oakland Mills, then you may have heard the term ‘Allied Sports’ before, but may not know what it means or what it entails. Allied sports is … Continue Reading An In-depth Look Into the Allied Sports Program
Hi, my name is Oreo. I live in Jessup, Maryland, and I am eagerly waiting to be adopted by a family that will love and care for me like their … Continue Reading Dog That’s as Sweet as an Oreo Looking for a New Home
Has someone ever asked you, “what’s your sign,”? Then they were more than likely referring to your zodiac. Zodiac signs are typically seen in the sky as constellations, 12 in … Continue Reading How do Horoscopes know?
It’s cliche to start a recap of a decade with a “It was one crazy 10 years” and overly exaggerate details of the 2010s. Yet, looking back on everything that … Continue Reading A Recap of the 2010s
As Week 15 approaches, every game, series, and snap becomes more and more crucial for teams who find themselves in serious contention for a trip to Miami in early February. … Continue Reading Super Bowl Predictions
The Best Holiday Music for Every Music Sensibility Another year, another stampede of Buzzfeed articles about why Christmas music sucks. Every winter, there seems to be a larger and … Continue Reading Jingle Bells, Carols Sell
Think about all the patience and time you need to have in order to be a special educator. Kids with disabilities sometimes have challenges such as short attention spans, poor … Continue Reading Meet the Staff: Mr. Gerus
A new teacher has joined the ELA (English Language Arts) team at OM. Sarah Hall was born in Maryland, where she attended Talbott Springs Elementary, Oakland Mills Middle, and Long … Continue Reading Meet the Staff: Ms. Hall
Welcome hOMe students and staff, there are many familiar faces coming back to school this year as well as many not so familiar faces. This school isn’t just new for … Continue Reading Meet the Staff: Ms. Cooper