Bee in the Know

Week of June 5, 2022

We've almost completed another school year at Osbourn Park High School, and we're proud of our students and staff for their dedication, hard work, and tenacity throughout the year. We've had numerous challenges, but they've only strengthened us, and I hope that our students will head into the summer and graduation with plenty of fond memories. With the end of the school year approaching, there's still more testing to be done. Exams for our seniors started this past Friday! Exams for underclassmen will commence the following week, please continue to work hard and be kind for the remainder of the school year!

Congratulations, Ms. Allen!

We are thrilled to share that our math teacher and department chair, Ms. Tonia Allen, has accepted a position as Assistant Principal with us for next school year. Ms. Allen has demonstrated leadership in and out of the classroom and we are excited to have her join our administrative team in the fall.

OPHS PTSO Announcement

Thank you all so much, for all the support through volunteering and donating for the various initiatives that the OPHS PTSO has undertaken this school year! We have a really exciting opportunity to share with all of you. This year's All Night Grad Celebration has been cancelled due to lack of interest/participation, however, the All Night Grad committee is eager to celebrate the graduating seniors in a different way! The All Night Grad Committee along with the PTSO is joining in the cookout festivities, planned for the seniors! Please join us in the celebration by participating in the SENIOR COOKOUT that will be held on June 10, 2022.

Please sign up to Donate and Volunteer your time!

We look forward to seeing you there!

National Merit Scholarship Winner

Congratulations to our 2022 National Merit Scholarship winner, Iqra Ahmad. Iqra was awarded a $2,500.00 National Merit Scholarship, funded by NMSC. She also attend the Governor's School @ Innovation Park. The National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) named seven Prince William County students as 2022 National Merit Scholarship winners. These students were chosen from a pool of more than 15,000 semifinalists.

Immunization Requirement

The deadline for students to meet the immunization requirement for mandatory immunizations for public school enrollment is August 19, 2022. If proof of the required immunizations is not provided by August 19, 2022, the student will be excluded from school starting August 22, 2022, until the required immunization documentation has been provided to the school. If you have questions, please contact the school nurse or visit the immunization requirements webpage.

Important Dates for Seniors

  • June 6: Senior Exams periods 2 and 4; 10:43 am dismissal for seniors only
  • June 7: Senior Exams periods 3 and 5; 10:43am dismissal for seniors only
  • June 7: "Its Sweet to be Summa" for Summa recipients (invite only)
  • June 8: Senior exams for period 6; 9:30am dismissal for seniors only
  • June 8: Last day for seniors to clean out lockers
  • June 8: Final date for graduation cap decoration approval (submitted to alpha administrator)
  • June 9: Mandatory Graduation practice at 8am in the Auditorium for seniors
  • June 9: Pay/return senior obligations before graduation practice
  • June 10: Mandatory Graduation practice at 8am in the Auditorium for seniors
  • June 10: Senior cook out! Starts right after graduation practice
  • June 11: Graduation Eagle Bank Arena at 2:30pm, with arrival time of no later than 1:30pm for seniors

Final Exams

Final Exam Schedule-June 2022.pdf

In a (very) few cases, underclassmen may test with the seniors. Teachers of these courses have already informed their underclassmen.

Senior Graduation Information

Seniors and senior parents received an email with important end of the year and graduation information. Please be sure to read through that email thoroughly as it has a lot of helpful information. You are also able to check the Graduation website for important information as we get ever closer to graduation on June 11, 2:30pm, at EagleBank Arena.

Please make note that seniors are required to attend BOTH graduation practices on June 9 and 10, here at OP, in our Auditorium. Practice begins promptly at 8am and students should have found their seats and be seated by that time. Practice should last approximately two hours. We will have a cook-out for seniors immediately after practice on Friday, June 10.

Important Dates for Underclassmen

  • June 10: Exams periods 2 and 6
  • June 13: Exams periods 3 and 7; 11:30 am student dismissal (No lunch served)
  • June 14: Exams periods 4 and 5; 11:30 am student dismissal (No lunch served)
  • June 14: Locker cleanout at 11:45 am
  • June 15: Final exam period 1; 10:00 student dismissal (No lunch served)

Attendance Information for Exams

Any student that is required to take the final exam must be present to take that exam on the day of their final. Teachers are not able to make any arrangements for early exams. If you have an extenuating circumstance where your student cannot attend the exam period, you will need to contact your student's alpha administrator to get approval for early or late exam approval.

Summer School Opportunities

Prince William County Schools offers summer academic and enrichment opportunities for students in grades K-12. The summer program aims to provide students various educational opportunities that serve to mitigate summer learning loss and prepare students for future learning experiences, which ultimately leads to improved student achievement.

To register a PWCS student for summer school, visit ParentVUE.

  1. In the top right corner, select Online Records.
  2. Scroll down to the online packet menu and select 2021-2022 Summer School Registration.
  3. Complete and confirm the following student information:
  • Introduction
  • Family
  • Parent/Guardian
  • Emergency
  • From the Student screen
    • Exclude students who are not participating in Summer School; OR
    • Edit to register any students who will participate in Summer School

    For more information on the different programs, please visit the PWCS Summer school website.

    Information from the College and Career Center

    Scholarships: We are asking all students who have been offered a scholarship - whether they are accepting it or not - to fill out the Scholarship Survey. ALL scholarships are to be documented. Loans and FAFSA are not included for this survey. Final deadline for any submissions to be calculated into our school total is June 6th!

    On June 7, after exam dismissal at approximately 10:45am, we will honor our Seniors who earned Summa Cum Laude honors! These impressive seniors who earned a 4.0 or above will be invited for lunch and sweet treats! They will get their Summa medal to wear at graduation at this time. This event is INVITATION ONLY! Students who qualify have already received an invitation via email and a letter at school. This is based on Semester 1 GPA. If you receive a 4.0 after final grades are due, you will be given your medal at Graduation Practice or on Graduation Day.

    Final Transcripts: Friday, June 10th the Senior GPAs will be pulled and scheduled to upload that night into Naviance. Once approved by Central Office, final transcripts will be sent the following week by counselors. To view how much you owe for transcripts, please go to the Colleges tab in Naviance and click "Manage Transcripts." At the bottom of the page, you will see the dollar amount owed. To pay any transcript fees, follow RYCOR Online Payment.pdf or bring a check made out to Osbourn Park High School to the counseling office.

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