Okkodo High School


Schedule change requests - sy22-23

Important information regarding Schedule Change requests for this school year:

  1. Students who need to change their schedule must complete a REQUEST TO SEE COUNSELOR Google Form.

  2. Log in your GDOE student account, click on the following link and fill out the REQUEST TO SEE COUNSELOR form: OHS SY22-23 REQUEST TO SEE COUNSELOR

Welcome back bulldogs!

SY2022 - 2023

The Asvab is here!

For 10th, 11th, and 12th graders ONLY.

Required: Interested students must sign up on the Google Form with parent's and teachers' approval. Students must wear the school uniform and a face mask during testing.

Sign up here: ASVAB

Test Dates: November 12, 2021 and March 12, 2022.

Time: 7:15AM to 10:45AM

Testing Site: Okkodo High School Room F1

Note: Students' ASVAB scores will be automatically released to the military recruiters for academic and career opportunities in the military.


(Last name) Counselor:

A - Chlarson Mrs. Jennifer San Nicolas

Chobua - Guile Mr. Robert Caguin Jr.

Guinto - Molinos Mrs. Kristine Basilio

Moni - Sam Ms. Juliana Nelson

Salimbay - Z Mrs. Annie Palomares

Regional Online Students OHS Administration

OHS 2nd annual virtual college fair

Attention all students! Okkodo's 2nd Virtual College Fair is scheduled from October 1st to the 15th.

Presentations are scheduled daily beginning 12:30PM to 2:15PM.

Click on the Event Flyer for more details and check your email inboxes daily for links to the Zoom meetings.

Hope to see you there!

Welcome back to school year 2021-2022!

Here are some important information regarding schedule change request:

1. Students who need a schedule change must complete the Add & Drop Google Form.

2. The link for the Add & Drop Google Form is HERE: SCHEDULE CHANGE REQUEST.

3. Deadline to submit the Add & Drop Form request is Wednesday, August 18, 2021.

4. Counselors will have 10 days to address the Add & Drop Requests.

5. Students who do not have online access may see their teachers or librarian for assistance.

Please note when completing the Add & Drop Form:

- Students must sign in to their GDOE email account in order to access the Add & Drop Google Form. If you do not have access to your GDOE email and/or PowerSchool account, please email your request to Ms. Therese Crisostomo at tmcrisostomo@gdoe.net with a photo identification.

- It is important to review your schedule request carefully. We recommend you to attend all classes and speak to your teachers prior to completing a schedule change request.

- Students can only complete the Add & Drop request once. Multiple requests on the Google form are not permitted. Multiple requests also create confusion for counselors and cause further delay in student’s schedule change request.

- Lastly, we regret to inform you that Ms. Felisan, Mr. Posadas, and Ms. Agar are no longer counselors at Okkodo High School. Please refrain from contacting them as they will no longer be able to assist you.

For any inquiries regarding the schedule change request process, please contact the respective assigned counselors.

Thank you everyone! We look forward to working with you this school year.


Counseling Department

Guam History and Chamorro Heritage Day

Guam History and Chamorro Heritage Day is a public holiday in Guam on the first Monday in March. It is not a Federal Holiday.

The date commemorates the first European contact when the famous Portuguese explorer, Ferdinand Magellan landed on Guam on March 6th 1521.

About History and Chamorro Heritage Day

The original inhabitants of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands were the Chamorro people. They are thought to be descendants of Austronesian people who arrived from Southeast Asia as early as 2000 BC.

The first European to arrive on Guam was Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan. He was sailing on behalf of the King of Spain, when he sighted the island on March 6th 1521, during his fleet's circumnavigation of the globe.

Did you know?

Magellan never actually completed the circumnavigation of the globe. A month after his visit to Guam he was killed in a battle in the Philippines. Juan Sebastián Elcano took command of the fleet and completed the journey, but Magellan has received more fame as he began as leader of the journey.

Following Magellan's visit, Guam was officially claimed by Spain in 1565. The island was used as a staging point for the Spanish fleet in the Pacific.

In 1970, this holiday was first celebrated to commemorate the historic event of Magellan's arrival and to honor and recognize the culture and heritage of the native Chamorro people, who remain the largest ethnic group, accounting for over a third of the total population

The holiday became part of Chamorro Week and is now celebrated for the entire month of March as Mes CHamoru.

This annual event showcases the history of Guam while reenacting the events surrounding Ferdinand Magellan’s landing in 1521.

What is Open/Closed?

Federal government: Open

Government of Guam: Closed

Post Office: Open

Public schools: Closed

Mass Transit: Closed

Banks: Open

(website: officeholidays.com)

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