Ms. Brooks has been an English teacher at Oakland Mills for quite some time now. She is a prominent part of the Oakland Mills Community that has helped it flourish throughout the years. While Ms. Brooks is an English teacher, she is also a mother and community leader. She has three children within Howard County schools and has put together multiple projects in the community. … Continue reading Ms. Brooks’ Big Announcement!
By: Gabriela Sorto and Esmeralda Tovar-Puga Meet Ms. Rosenberg, one of the wonderful new staff at Oakland Mills this year! She previously taught in Chesterfield, Virginia, and now teaches at OM! She came to OM wondering how it would feel like to teach older students since she used to teach middle schoolers. So far she loves this school, the students, and the energy here. Throughout … Continue reading Give a Warm Welcome to Ms. Rosenberg!
By: Ben Searles and Benji Gutierrez Have you heard the buzz around the social studies hallway? It’s Mr. Loyola! Who is that you may ask? Mr. Loyola is part of our brand new Oakland Mills High School staff. He teaches social studies located in room 108. Mr. Loyola coaches the cross country team and leads “los escorpiones latino” at Oakland Mills. Mr. Loyola has also … Continue reading Welcome Mr. Loyola
By: Lindsey Lampel and Kylee Hoffman When asked what is one thing you would like all your students to know, Oakland Mills’ newest English teacher and assistant cheer coach, Ms. Veltre said, “I’m just as human as you are”. Ms. Veltre has a super bright personality and can make your day better just by saying “Hey!” to you in the halls. Transferring from Thomas Viaduct … Continue reading Meet Ms. Veltre: OMs Newest English Teacher
By: Shanai’ Smith and Kazin Banks Perseverance is “persistence in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success.” (Lexico Dictionary). We are introducing a new member of our Oakland Mills Community. Rebecca Ache, a science teacher at Oakland Mills High School, is located in classroom 804. Mrs. Ache spent most of her high school years in Texas. After graduating high school, she attended Lebanon … Continue reading New Teacher Article: Mrs. Ache