As many of you know, the second edition of our 2021-2022 newspaper has been published and distributed today! The answers for the crossword puzzle, located on the back of the newspaper can be found below. GirlsBasketball IndoorTrack Lacrosse OutdoorTrack Softball Cheerleader Baseball FieldHockey BoysBasketball OaklandMills Fundraiser Wrestling Soccer Volleyball Football Thank you again for reading our paper and completing our crossword puzzle, until next time … Continue reading OM Crossword Answers 3/22
New year, new Covid cases on the rise, just like we all predicted. But how does having Covid affect the mental health of the students at OM? Mental health has a huge impact on everybody especially when we are going through times like these. There’s so much going on in the world these days that just by getting Covid, it could easily stop us from … Continue reading OMHS’ Quarantined POV
With the winter track season in full swing right now and the spring season right around the corner, lots of expectations are headed for the scorps. This is particularly the case for last year’s state champion Judson Lincoln. Lincoln realized that he could take track and field seriously around the 7th or 8th grade. At that age, he felt “I could be really good at … Continue reading He’s a Runner, He’s a Track Star – Meet Virginia Tech’s Newest Commit!
The Oakland Mills community has a diverse amount of faces, voices, ears, and hearts. Everyone at this school has their own music taste and the variety of the community is amazing. With that being said, I talked to over 250 Oakland Mills students and got your favorite songs for the ultimate Oakland Mills Playlist. Now Time for the Playlist! “I Hate U” by SZA “My … Continue reading The Oakland Mills 2021 Playlist
WelcOMe hOMe is a community-building event run by faculty, aiming to strengthen the connections between students and teachers in OM. The faculty that ran the most recent event on October 28th consisted of Ms. Hewitt, a physical education teacher, Ms. Florida who works in the library, and Mr. Ringgold who works within the black student achievement program (BSAP). Planning this event took 10-15 hours, not … Continue reading Welcome Home: We Are Strongest Together