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O’Donel High School is the home of the Patriots. We opened in 1985 and have been proudly serving Mount Pearl and the surrounding communities. We have approximately 700 students and 50 teaching and support staff working with us each year. O’Donel High School provides an extensive curriculum including both English and late French Immersion programs.  Our home of the Patriots has a rich tradition of community involvement and student excellence. Thank you for visiting our new website and please drop back as we are adding more each day. You may contact the main office through ODonelOffice@gmail.com or call 364-5305

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The O'Donel Ski trip to the White Hills scheduled for Wednesday, March 4th is postponed,

due to weather warnings for the return trip home.

 
 
GRADE 12 STUDENTS!!!
PLEASE BRING TWO BABY PICTURES TO MRS. ROSE IN ROOM 115.  Make sure that you write your name on the back of each one.
 
One of these pictures is for the baby wall and the other is for the Safe Grad.  You can either bring in two different pictures or you can photocopy one and bring in two of the same picture.  Please do not bring me a picture and ask me to copy it for you!
 
 
 
 
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PROM SEATING SHEETS HAVE BEEN HANDED OUT TO GRADE 12 STUDENTS.  IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ONE, PLEASE JUST WRITE ON A SHEET OF PAPER YOUR SEATING REQUIREMENTS AND PASS TO MRS. ROSE IN ROOM 115.
IE. PAUL SMITH (GRADUATE) AND DATE
PARENTS OF PAUL SMITH (2)
CINDY DOE (GRADUATE) AND DATE
PARENTS OF CINDY DOE (2)
TABLE OF 6
ALL SHEETS SHOULD NOW BE PASSED IN
 
 

PROM  2015

PROM LITURGY, PROM AND FUND-RAISING INFORMATION

PROM LITURGY 

This is a non-denominational celebration of student achievement and success. 

*Students should dress appropriately, as they would for a church service.

WHERE:  St. Peter's Parish with reception in the Parish Hall following the service
WHEN:  Thursday, May 21, 2015
TIME:  7:00 P.M.
****Parents of graduates will be asked to bring either sandwiches or cookies for the reception.  You will be told at a later date which of the two you must bring. 
PROM
WHEN:  Saturday, May 23, 2015
WHERE:  Glacier
TIME:  Meet and Greet:  6:15 p.m.  Dinner:  7:00 P.M.
DINNER TICKET COST:  $75.00 Per ticket  (Tickets will be sold about 3 weeks before the Prom)
Dinner:  Catered by Fireside Catering
Spring Mix Salad with cranberries and mandarin segments
Dinner Rolls
Stuffed Chicken Breast with dressing
Croquet potato
Baby carrots/green beans
Tea / Coffee
Dessert
**Dinner menu may change slightly.
Seating Concerns:   Each graduate and the parents of the graduate are entitled to dinner tickets. If the graduate is bringing a date who is not a graduate, they may have another ticket.
If you need more tickets due to blended family etc., student must see Mrs. Patty Rose, and these requests will be accommodated if at all possible.  We cannot accommodate siblings of graduates as the venue will not accommodate the numbers.  Please respect this as it is not something that we can control.******There cannot be more than 10 people seated at any one table. (Tables of 10 are limited.  There are only 20 of these, so they will be assigned on a first come first serve basis once the seating charts have been given to students after our January exams).
Order of Events for Prom Evening
    Students arrive at 6:15 – 6:40.  Students will have pictures outside (weather permitting) or in the lobby if the weather does not cooperate.
    Parents and guests will move to their tables at 6:35.  
    Students remain in lobby and line up for the Introduction of Graduates, which will begin at 6:50.
Introduction of Graduates:  Students will be presented as they walk across the stage.  This is an opportunity for photos.
    Once seated, there will be a welcome from the Principal and from the Student Council President, who will be the Master of Ceremonies for the evening.
    Grace will be offered and then dinner will be served.  During the dinner, the slide show will be playing silently with footage of the grade 12's in their homerooms, the liturgy and leading up to the Prom itself.
    Student Prepared Slide Show
    Dances:  mother/son; father/daughter; date dance
  ** Dance will continue until students leave for Safe Grad.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to email me at patriciarose@nlesd.ca.
Patty Rose:  Prom Committee Chair

 

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See Calendar below for Important Dates

 


 

Parent/Student Portal Setup and UserGuide (For Parents)

*See Announcements

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https://pschool.nlesd.ca/public/  
Information on the Power Parent Portal

 

1. You can access the PowerSchool Parent/Student portal resources webpage from the main ESD website URL: www.nlesd.ca  .  You will then need to click on  the PowerSchool Parent Portal hyperlinked icon, at the bottom right of the screen .

2. You can also access the PowerSchool Parent Portal Resources by going directly to http://www.nlesd.ca/pschool/  


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O’Donel Students  Win Mount Pearl Focus on Youth Awards 2013

We are very proud of our numerous O’Donel students who were nominated and award winners at the

 

Mount Pearl Focus on Youth Awards Gala on May 14th, 2014.

Mount Pearl’s Female Youth of the Year.

Winner:  Lauren Winsor

Finalist-    Erin O'Brien, Victoria Rose ; Nominee- Victoria Hynes

Volunteer of the Year

Winner: Mallory Pitts

Finalist – Hannah Curran, nominee - Chelsey Burge, Lauren Winsor, Samantha Penney

RNC Youth in Service Award

Winner - Natalie Hiscock

Finalist - Victoria Rose  Nominee - Samantha Penney, Chelsey Burge  

Literary Arts Awards 

Winner- Emily Hipditch

Performing Arts Individual

Winner:  Ashley Hunter

Finalist: Julia Dunne; Nominee - Victoria Hynes

Visual Arts Award

Nominee: Meagan Casey 

Performing Arts Group

O’Donel Jazz Band directed by Mr. Sean Carroll;

 Youth Group of the Year

Finalist: O'Donel First Responders

 
 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 

Teen Mental Health Matters – it’s just that simple.

We wish to thank all our funders and organizers for their hard work and contribution.  It was a fantastic 32 hours of sharing and learning.  The presenters have committed to sharing their presentations and information.  They are posted in "Forms and Info".  The website for teens, parents and students - www.myhealthmagazine.net   and the access code is NLODHS 


 

O'Donel High School Calendar

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Contact Information

O'Donel High School, 155 Ruth Ave., P.O. Box 578, Mount Pearl, NL, A1N 2W4, (709) 364-5305, (709) 364-5317(F)

 

 

 

 

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