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Anne Suther

Anne Suther, about 13 hours ago

Onaga High Football - The Onaga High football camp scheduled to start next Monday, July 13 has been postponed to a later yet to be determined. No check-out of equipment will take place on Sunday, July 12. The mini-camp being held at Burlingame on Friday, July 17 has been cancelled.

Cathy Marten

Cathy Marten, 1 day ago

Congratulations to our OHS 2020 Graduates! view image

Cathy Marten

Cathy Marten, 2 days ago

Highlighting our Seniors! Congratulations Class of 2020 ************************************************************** Name: Lane Belfourd Cress Parents: Kip and Tammy Cress Highlight of your Senior Year: Scholars Bowl What are your Future plans: Interest in politics and teaching 3 things on your bucket list: travel, write a book or a movie, try virtual reality If you could go back and change one thing, what would it be? Show more appreciation for my friends What accomplishment are you most proud of? Graduating early Advice for incoming Freshman: media will have you believe that high school years will be the best of your life, but for most people that’s just not true. If you don’t have a good time in high school, don't feel like that’s the best life is gonna offer or that you just wasted the only good years. You just haven’t found your place yet. ************************************************************* Name: Ethan Alan Schlegel Parents: Brent and Tabitha Schlegel Highlight of your Senior Year: Having a winning season in football What are your Future plans: Finish welding school and get a job welding 3 things on your bucket list: Visit Montana, Hunt moose in Canada, purchase a polaris RZR What accomplishment are you most proud of? Getting 2nd team all league defense for football Name: Vincent Michael Lara Parents: Mike and Tasha Lara Highlight of your Senior Year: Making it to 3-2-1A State Wrestling What are your Future plans: My future plans are to attend NCK Tech and study heavy equipment operations 3 things on your bucket list: Watch 1 Dallas Cowboys game in Dallas Texas; go on a safari in Africa; See “Red Hot Chili Peppers” in concert If you could go back and change one thing, what would it be? How to handle some situations What accomplishment are you most proud of? Making it to State Wrestling Advice for incoming Freshman: Do NOT PROCRASTINATE! ************************************************************** Name: Keegan Von Bernritter Parents: Von and Suzanne Bernritter Highlight of your Senior Year: not having to go to school for a month. What are your Future plans: Going to KU to get a degree in computer science and then use that to go into the field of game design and development 3 things on your bucket list: travel to Japan; work at riot games; live in another country If you could go back and change one thing, what would it be? Buy some Bitcoin when I was a small child. What accomplishment are you most proud of? When I got first in a Scholars bowl meet. Advice for incoming Freshman: have fun and focus on your school work. ************************************************************** Name: Dakota James Gilchrist Parents: Alan and Amy Gilchrist Highlight of your Senior Year: finishing it What are your Future plans: same thing, cool, I guess 3 things on your bucket list: catch big fish, make big money, don’t die till I am dead. If you could go back and change one thing, what would it be? I live with no regrets, so nothing What accomplishment are you most proud of? Catching BIG fish Advice for incoming Freshman: just vibe with it, don’t be stressing, just vibe with it. ************************************************************** Name: Ethan Matthew Powell Parents: Keith Powell and Holly Gagnon Highlight of your Senior Year: Corona virus came along and ended Senior year early What are your Future plans: finish school at highland, become a welder, and make money 3 things on your bucket list: skydiving; travel more outside the country; bungee jumping If you could go back and change one thing, what would it be? Nothing, no regrets What accomplishment are you most proud of? Passing high school Advice for incoming Freshman: play sports ************************************************************** Name: Kady Jae Figge Parents: Keith and Beverly Figge Highlight of your Senior Year: Qualifying for State FFA in a team event. What are your Future plans: In the fall of 2020 i will be attending Kansas State University to major in agriculture communications and minor in global food systems. 3 things on your bucket list: obtain a KSU FFA officer position; travel outside of the country; see the Northern Lights If you could go back and change one thing, what would it be? Learn to let go and have more fun What accomplishment are you most proud of? Getting the opportunity to be the Northeast District FFA President Advice for incoming Freshman: Enjoy every second of it. It goes by faster than you think and you’ll miss it more than you know. ************************************************************** Name: Morgan Leah Mayginnes Parents: Zac and Rebecca Mayginnes Highlight of your Senior Year: making ice cream with Chem 2 class What are your Future plans: Attend Baker University in the fall to wrestle and also pursue a career in Elementary Education 3 things on your bucket list: travel to another country; NAIA Champ; hand glide If you could go back and change one thing, what would it be? I would go back to regionals my Jr. year and throw a better head back so I could have gone to boys state What accomplishment are you most proud of? STATE CHAMP @ 155 lbs Advice for incoming Freshman: Remember to always get your homework done when leaving early for anything! ************************************************************** Name: Kyla Saleen McLaughlin Parents: Mark and Rhonda McLaughlin Highlight of your Senior Year: making new friends and sharing incredible memories What are your Future plans: Attend Allen Community College on a dance scholarship and major in Sociology 3 things on your bucket list: fly in a hot air balloon; study abroad; travel outside of the country If you could go back and change one thing, what would it be? Take more college classes throughout high school What accomplishment are you most proud of? Getting a dance scholarship to Allen County Community College Advice for incoming Freshman: Get involved! Do as much as you can because you only have a little amount of time to do it in. ************************************************************** Name: Kameron Milton Henneberg Parents: Will and Anna Henneberg Highlight of your Senior Year: Playing football with the boys What are your Future plans: to enter the workforce to run heavy equipment 3 things on your bucket list: get a nice truck; build a rally car; get my own house If you could go back and change one thing, what would it be? I would go back and finish my senior year at school with my friends instead of online What accomplishment are you most proud of? My football awards and recognition Advice for incoming Freshman: don’t be afraid ************************************************************** Name: Halie Fe Jeanneret Parents: Jacob Jeanneret Highlight of your Senior Year: experiencing my last cross country season with a wonderful team and loving the memories created between the “family” What are your Future plans: I am undecided about a job but I may want to pursue nursing. I want to do cosmetology on the side for sure. 3 things on your bucket list: visit all 50 states; never get a divorce; go to a “Post Malone” concert If you could go back and change one thing, what would it be? I wished my dad would’ve let me transfer to Centralia High School my freshman year. However, I am thankful for coaches, adults, and some teachers who made my life better throughout high school What accomplishment are you most proud of? Competing in cross country all 4 years and being “All-league runner” for 3 years. Thank you Aunt Sally and Uncle Jeff Miller for the unforgettable practices. Advice for incoming Freshman: 1. Life isn’t always fair and equal. 2. Kindness costs NOTHING 3. If you’re ever struggling in life, reach out to someone, even if you don’t know them well. 4. Do not be afraid to make friends from other schools, sometimes the greatest blessings and memories come from them. ************************************************************** Name: Laura Ann Krohn Parents: Dustin and Natalie Krohn Highlight of your Senior Year: getting the squat record honestly, wait no---highlight of Senior year, getting the squat record AND becoming a RUDD Scholar What are your Future plans: I plan to go to Fort Hays my first 4 years with plans of becoming an orthopedic surgeon down the road. 3 things on your bucket list: go skydiving, water skiing and watch a sunset from the mountains If you could go back and change one thing, what would it be? I honestly would not change anything. I’ve made mistakes along the way, but they’ve been lessons for how I want to live differently in the future. What accomplishment are you most proud of? Becoming a “RUDD Scholar” Advice for incoming Freshman: Don’t get too worked up about “fitting in”. Just be yourself. Also, never take a moment for granted, because it could be gone unexpectedly...our class would know. Enjoy every moment here at Onaga, it flies by fast so make the most of it. ************************************************************** Name: Morgan Jane Wesley Parents: David and April Wesley What are your Future plans: I am attending MATC this fall to attend the LPN program. I will then get my RN and BSN following. 3 things on your bucket list: traveling to a different country, pursuing my dreams of having my dream house, and owning my own drag car! If you could go back and change one thing, what would it be? To take my Freshman year serious What accomplishment are you most proud of? I am most proud of taking all of my college classes and going straight in nursing school. Advice for incoming Freshman: Take your Freshman year serious. I didn’t and wish I would have. You can still do good things, be academically successful without doing it, But trust me, in the long run it’s worth it and I wish I would have. ************************************************************** Name: Trenton James Cott Parents: Crystal Cott Highlight of your Senior Year: Being Winter Royalty King What are your Future plans: finish diesel mechanics at Highland Community College 2 things on your bucket list: do more traveling within the States, probably owning a 1969 Dodge Charger If you could go back and change one thing, what would it be? Probably more motivation with some things What accomplishment are you most proud of? Being able to go to school and work and buy my own stuff. Advice for incoming Freshman: Motivation, hard work, and focus! Those will get you through high school. ************************************************************** Name: Trycin Philip Sauvage Parents: Jennifer and Tim Marten, Todd Sauvage and Geri Flowers. What are your Future plans: Weld on pipeline in West Texas 2 things on your bucket list: Fly in a hot air balloon, and be a hibachi chef If you could go back and change one thing, what would it be? I probably would have tried harder in school. What accomplishment are you most proud of? Getting my welding certification Advice for incoming Freshman: Show up on time, do your homework, and try all activities in school at least once! ************************************************************** Name: Cheyenne Rose Green Parents: Eric and Melissa Green Highlight of your Senior Year: Cheering at football games. What are your Future plans: Become certified in Phlebotomy. 3 things on your bucket list: try sushi, visit Canada and hold a sloth. If you could go back and change one thing, what would it be? Don’t stress as much. What accomplishment are you most proud of? Winning KSRBA Queen at convention. Advice for incoming Freshman: Don’t stress as much!! ************************************************************** Name: Trenton James Chamley Parents: Megan Deters Jesse Chamley Highlight of your Senior Year: Graduating and being done with school. I feel accomplished and proud. What are your Future plans: To find a job and get stable. 3 things on your bucket list: Go to Hawaii, go to Alaska and go to Japan. If you could go back and change one thing, what would it be? I didn’t like all my classes, so I should have taken different ones. Advice for incoming Freshman: Be active in school activities! Sports and Clubs! ************************************************************** Name: Thomas Michael Kaberline Parents: Jennifer Bahret and Michael Kaberline Highlight of your Senior Year: Making the playoffs for football. What are your Future plans: work, work, work If you could go back and change one thing, what would it be? To stay eligible through high school What accomplishment are you most proud of? My to trips to State Golf Advice for incoming Freshman: participate in sports and clubs ************************************************************** Name: Kara Marie Brannan-Cole Parents: Berry and Crystal Annunziato What are your Future plans: to go to Texas and work there for about 2 years, then come back and work at the school and be a preschool para! 3 things on your bucket list: visit Hawaii, swim with sharks and go bungee jumping If you could go back and change one thing, what would it be? I wouldn’t change a thing. What accomplishment are you most proud of? I accomplished writing a story and meeting new people. Advice for incoming Freshman: take high school seriously but don’t forget to have fun and make good memories ************************************************************** Name: Larissa Reigh Brannon-Cole Parents: Berry and Crystal Annunziato Highlight of your Senior Year: the physics boat race What are your Future plans: I plan to go into digital art and work with either a magazine or video game/social media company. 3 things on your bucket list: Live alone in the wilderness completely detached from modern life. Travel foriegn countries for roughly a year. Foster dogs and cats to get them into forever homes (which will probably end up being adopted by me---haha) If you could go back and change one thing, what would it be? I would definitely complain A LOT less and pay way more attention. Advice for incoming Freshman: Just do the work, it isn’t as hard as you might think and it will help you in the long run. ************************************************************** Name: Kyanna Rose Devlin Parents: Les and Chanele McClain; Josh Devlin Highlight of your Senior Year: making ice cream in Chemistry 2 What are your Future plans: Attend Cloud County Community College on a dance scholarship and major in nursing Things on your bucket list: I just really want to travel If you could go back and change one thing, what would it be? To not take the last moments of Highschool for granted. What accomplishment are you most proud of? Making the dance team at Cloud County Advice for incoming Freshman: Enjoy it while it lasts ************************************************************** Name: Emily Lynne Renee Carl Parents: Gayleen Koon Highlight of your Senior Year: Helping with preschool the 2nd half of school. What are your Future plans: Hopefully to go into photography. 3 things on your bucket list: swim with sharks, go to Africa on a safari, go swimming with dolphins If you could go back and change one thing, what would it be? To not be so anti- social Advice for incoming Freshman: good luck it only gets harder! ************************************************************** view image

Anne Suther

Anne Suther, 3 days ago

Following is a list of camp dates for Onaga High and Jr. High School student athletes: OHS Boys Basketball Camp July 13 thru July 16 7:00 – 8:30 a.m. South Gym OHS Boys Football Camp July 12 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. Equipment Check-Out @ School July 13 thru July 16 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. Practice Field July 17 Mini-Camp @ Burlingame Departure 6:45 a.m. 9:00 to 12:30 p.m. OJH Girls Basketball Camp July 21 thru July 23 8:30 – 10:00 a.m. South Gym KSHSAA Required Physical July 28 @ Onaga Clinic Call Gayla Figge to set up time OHS Girls Volleyball Camp August 3 thru August 7 7:00 – 8:30 a.m. North Gym OJH Girls Volleyball Camp August 4 thru August 6 8:30 – 10:00 a.m. North Gym OHS Girls Basketball Every Tuesday and Friday 9:15 - 10:30 a.m. (No formal camp.) A reminder to all student athletes that a pre-conditioning routine must be completed before participating in any athletic activity or camp to stay in line with KSHSAA guidelines. For football, 15 conditioning activities are required while all other activities must have 10 completed. A conditioning app thru RACK Performance can be downloaded onto a phone and completed to meet this requirement. For more information on the app or for a paper copy of the program contact Coach Ryan Noel. Coach Noel is tracking all athletes and will communicate with coaches those athletes who have met the requirement. Also, a one-time insurance fee of $3.00 must be paid to participate in any summer program thru the school.

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