October 3, 2011
Celebrating Oak Harbor Schools under one roof, on one big night
Oak Harbor will be celebrating its schools in a big way Nov. 2 as students in grades 1 through 12 gather under one roof for an evening of fun and music. The event will be at Oak Harbor High School from 5-8 p.m.
"Festival! Oak Harbor Schools" is a chance for students and parents from all schools to gather in celebration of what Oak Harbor has to offer. In particular, the evening is an invitation for elementary and middle school students and parents to view their future at Oak Harbor High School in a highly-festive way.
There will be music from all grade levels on stage, a middle school athletic challenge in the gym, the Key Club kids carnival under the dome, a variety of foods from the cafeteria and DECA store, art in the hallways, a K-12 art show in the library, chemistry demonstrations, a Wildcat cheerleader workshop, and an open house in the CAT (Career, Arts, and Technical) Building.
"This is a chance for future Wildcats to tour the school and see the opportunity that awaits them here," said high school Principal Dwight Lundstrom. "This night is meant to be fun, but it's also meant to leave an impression so that young students understand what they have to look forward to."