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O'Neill Junior-Senior High School Attempts to Break Marathon World Record (200 meters at a time!)

Over 40 O’Neill Jr. & Sr. High School students, as well as some coaches, gathered at the O’Neill High School Track on Monday, November 4 th  to somewhat experience what it takes to run a marathon in under 2 hours. On October 12 th  of this year, Eliad Chipchoge (pronounced Kip-Cho-Gee) of Kenya ran in a marathon in Vienna, Austria.  He completed the 26-mile 385-yard marathon in 1 hour 59 minutes and 40 . . .

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Mission Statement Review and Input

  O'Neill Public Schools is reviewing its mission statement, and would like the community's assistance.  Please take the opinion survey by clicking on the link here .

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Box Tops for Education

Earning cash for your school with Box Tops for Education just got easier and all you need is your smartphone. When you download the NEW and improved Box Tops app you’ll be able to scan your receipt, instantly identify Box Tops products and automatically add cash to your school’s earnings online.  Click here to see how easy it really is.

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OHS Give Back Campaign

Help OHS continue to be an incubator for student success. We need YOU to help  #OHSgiveback . Find out more  here .        

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Mission Monday

Click the video below to watch the Monday Mission.   12-16-2019   12-09-2019   12-02-2019   11-18-2019   11-11-2019   10-21-2019   09-23-2019   09-09-2019   09-03-2019 . . .

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Jr-Sr High School Weekly Update

Click the link below to view the Weekly Update (formerly the Monday Memo). #17 -- 01-07-2020   #16 -- 12-17-2019   #15 -- 12-10-2019   #14 -- 12-03-2019   #13 -- 11-26-2019   #12 -- 11-19-2019   #11 -- 11-12-2019 . . .

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Jr-Sr High School Building Project

Mr. Peterson and the Eagle Eye Broadcasting team took the drone out and were able to capture some great images of the building construction progress.  Click here to view additional Building Project photos and information.

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School Physicals

Sport Physicals are required once again for the upcoming school year.  Physicals completed after May 1st will count toward the upcoming school year.  Students will need to schedule an appointment with a clinic of their choice and return the proper paperwork to OHS in the fall.  There will be a cash option and an insurance option at most facilities, more information will be available when you schedule . . .

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Speak Up! 402-961-8012

Speak Up! is an anonymous anti-bullying monitoring and management platform enabling students, parents and community members to report bullying and cyber-bullying incidents.   This two-way communication system is completely anonymous, masking your phone number and contact information to school administrators receiving the message.  This service can also be used to report any activity that you believe poses a threat to . . .

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Current Highlights

Elementary School Vlog

2nd Vlog - October 17, 2017   1st Vlog - August 31, 2017                  . . . read more

The Weekly Flyer

Click below to read the latest edition of 'The Weekly Flyer'   January 29, 2018 January 5, 2018 December 11, 2017 November 20, 2017 November 13, 2017 November 6, 2017 October 30, 2017 October 23, 2017 October 13, 2017 October 6, 2017 September 29, 2017 read more

Elementary Newsletter

September 2017 September 2016 - English January 2016 - English October 2015 - English             October 2015 - Spanish September 2015 February 2015 September 2014 read more

A Message from Mr. Fisher

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O’Neill High School has a long-standing tradition of excellence!  With a caring staff that includes an outstanding faculty, students at OHS have the luxury of experiencing some big school opportunities in a smaller rural size . . . read more

AYP - School Choice

Adequate yearly progress (AYP) is an individual state’s measure of progress towards the goal of all students, including all demographic-groups of students, demonstrating proficiency in at least reading/language arts and mathematics on state achievement tests and on other academic measures, such as graduation rates or student attendance rates. It sets the minimum percent of . . . read more