• Week of 11/14

    Good Sunday evening Mustang Nation! It's Mr. Ellis, principal of Ola High School, with your weekly Mustang Message! This weekend we celebrate the completion of our football and cheer season. Congratulations to Ola's competition cheer squad, who finished in the top 5 of the state. Our football team lost in a tough first-round matchup to Coffee County Saturday night, 34-6. Congrats on a great season, Mustangs!
    Our winter sports are now underway. Ola's 6th-ranked Wrestling team won the John Robbins Invitation this weekend. Varsity placers were Conner Kimbrough 1st, Brian Papcun 1st, Jared Walker 1st, Xander Dossett 1st, Zion Smith 1st, J'Veion Redmon 2nd, Lincoln Durden 2nd, Colby Lejeune 3rd, and Brady Reynolds 3rd. Conner Kimbrough and Jared Walker were voted the most outstanding wrestlers of the tournament. The team will host the Raja Bryan Memorial Invitational this Saturday. Ola's swimming competed against Woodward, where many of our Mustangs improved on their times. They will be in action Saturday at the Cobb Aquatic Center. Our basketball program will host its first home games this week on Tuesday and Thursday. Ola's flag football team had a big win against Jackson this week and will take on McDonough on Thursday. Ola's Riflery team will take on McDonough this Thursday as well. You can always find our athletic updates and news in the Mustang Athletic Newsletter. This week the Athlete Spotlight is Kurtis Waye from Ola's football program and our Fan of the Week is Ms. Kim Eldridge.
    Mustang Nation, this week the Georgia Parent Survey will open. You can find the link in this message. (Click Here) The survey will stay open until December 21. Ola students will take the Georgia Student Health Survey in the coming weeks on campus. I also wanted to highlight that Henry County Schools has created Henry Family Connects. This platform allows you to access the resources needed to help your Mustangs with their academics. You can view learning progressions, standards, unit-specific instructional resources, and teacher contact information by clicking on a course from the My Classes tab.
    Finally, we want to send a special thank you to our Ola community, who helped make our teachers feel appreciated with the desserts prepared. We had a delicious Turkey Thursday. This will be the last message before Thanksgiving, and I wish everyone a restful and thankful holiday. I hope you will find time to connect with family and friends. Once we return, we will be weeks away from the end of the first semester.
    Be sure to stay up to date on our school website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Until next time, say it loud, We Are Ola!
    Nick

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  • Week of 11/7

    Mustang Message - Sunday, November 6, 2022
    Week 14
    Good Sunday evening Mustang Nation! It's Mr. Ellis, principal of Ola High School, with your weekly Mustang Message! Congratulations to Ola's CTAE and science department as the recipient of a ten thousand dollar grant from ALPLA. These funds will help ensure additional opportunities for our STEM programs. While our VEX IQ team was not in action, our future VEX Mustangs at Ola Middle saw great success, and we want to give them a shout-out for their triple crown. They earned the excellence award, were teamwork champions, and won the robot skills! Our future is bright for our VEX Robotics teams.
    This week in athletics, Ola's competition cheer team had a top-five finish at the state regionals meet hosted here at Ola High School. Our Mustangs will go down to Macon this weekend to compete for a state title. Our football team met a tough Dutchtown team and fell to the region champions. Our football team will travel Saturday to Coffee County for the first round of GHSA State Playoffs. The game will be at 5 pm. Ola's girls' cross country completed their season at the state race this weekend. Congratulations on a great running season! Ola girl's flag football was in action this week and will host a game Monday night against Eagles Landing and Jackson at 5:30 in Mustang Stadium. Ola's riflery team fell to Newton this week and will travel to Mary Persons to compete this Thursday. Finally, basketball opened its season with a scrimmage Saturday against Hebron Christian Academy. This week's Athlete Spotlight is Joel Jones from Ola's football team, and our Fan of the Week is Ms. Chandreat McDaniel. You can find all the updates and information in the Mustang Athletic Newsletter.
    This week, Ola's choir had fifty-five students audition for GMEA All-State, a record for Ola. We look forward to announcing the outcomes when they come in. We also had three Orchestra students participate in Spivey Hall's Honor Chamber workshop, and we congratulate Alysse Benavides, Ashley Williams, and Ryan Soares. We celebrate our POWER students of the week. Thank you to Casey Barnes, Justin Chavous, Lucila Compte-Perez, Nick Faison, Rylen Gilmore, William Holden, Collin Kunkle, Jasmin Momin, Phoenix Nollman and Jan Ramirez-Bernal for your powerful acts of kindness that make Ola the best place to learn, live and work.
    Mustang Nation, soon you will see the Georgia Student Health Survey coming out. We will send out additional information and links starting in November. The survey is part of Ola's College and Career Readiness Performance Index (CCRPI) scores. We use this data to help drive planning and decision-making. Be on the lookout for the upcoming survey and plan to complete it.
    Finally, this past week, Ola counselors and administrators spoke with each student on ways to help with academics and practices to help support student relationships. In addition to peer mediation, we also referenced the expectations of student behavior and how learning is at the forefront of everything we do. Ola will hold its second Saturday School this Saturday, and students can sign up to get help, tutoring, and time to complete assignments or accelerate learning. Please encourage your Mustang to sign up.
    Tuesday, election day, there is no school for students and be sure to stay up to date on our school website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Until next time, say it loud, We Are Ola!
    Nick Ellis
    P.O.W.E.R Students for the Week
    Ola’s Tutoring Session

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  • Week of 10/31

    Mustang Message - Sunday, October 30, 2022
    Week 13
    Good Sunday evening Mustang Nation! It's Mr. Ellis, principal of Ola High School, with your weekly Mustang Message! We had a fantastic week with much success to announce. Congratulations to all the seniors who participated in our fall senior night for football, cheer, cross-country, and band. The night ended with a huge win over Locust Grove 62-18, breaking a scoring record here at Ola. Our competition cheer team finished 2nd in their meet behind Chapel Hill. Ola's Marching Mustangs competed in Fayetteville, where they advanced to the finals with a great show. Ola's swim teams have started their season with a meet this weekend where Desdemona Stubbs was a 1st place finisher in the 100m breaststroke, and Ashlyn Patel and Emma Leonard placed in the top five in their races. Finally, Ola's One Act competed Friday and had a 4th place finish in the region meet. Ola's flag football team played this week and came up short against Luella and Griffin. We wish good luck to our girl's cross-country team as they race in the GHSA state race on Saturday. You can find all the updates and information on McCall Wolf our Athlete of the Week and Brock Leonard our Fan of the Week in the Mustang Athletic Newsletter.
    We are pumped about the beginning of winter sports and basketball season! This coming Saturday, both the boys and girls will open their season at Hebron Christian. Ola's riflery team starts this week with their first meet against Newton County. Ola's flag football team will take on Hampton and Pike Monday night here in Mustang Stadium. Finally, this Friday night, our football team will take on Dutchtown in a big game to determine placement for the GHSA Football playoffs. Let's make this feel like a home game and pack out the stadium at Dutchtown. The boys are 4-1 in region play and 6-3 overall. With a win, we will host a playoff game in Mustang stadium with a 2nd place finish in the region.
    Mustang Nation, soon you will see the Georgia Student Health Survey coming out. We will send out additional information and links starting in November. The survey is part of Ola's College and Career Readiness Performance Index (CCRPI) scores. We use this data to help drive planning and decision-making to continue making Ola the best place to learn, live and work. Be on the lookout for the upcoming survey and plan to complete it. Also, please mark your calendar for our two learning extension opportunities this week. The first is our Friday Night Get It Right from 3:30-5:30, and our second Saturday school is on November 12th. Students can sign up to get additional help.
    Tomorrow morning, Ola will be a spooky place for our seniors as they will participate in our annual senior trick-or-treat by Mr. Caldwell and all our staff members before school. Finally, as the weather gets cooler and soon the time change happens, please help communicate with your Mustang about the importance of getting to school and class on time. Our doors open at 7:30, and we value students being present and on time, ready to learn.
    Be sure to stay up to date on our school website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Until next time, say it loud, We Are Ola!
    Nick Ellis
    Competition Cheer- Operation Lunch Box & The Atlanta Falcons
    Ola’s Tutoring Session
    Friday Night Get It Right

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  • Week of 10/24

    Mustang Message - Sunday, October 23, 2022
    Week 12
    Good Sunday evening Mustang Nation! It's Mr. Ellis, principal of Ola High School, with your weekly Mustang Message! We had a great week here in the OlaVerse and a busy one coming up for our Mustangs. Congratulations to Ola's competition cheer team, who won the Northgate Classic cheer competition, beating Union Grove and coming home with the champions trophy. Also, Friday night, our Mustang football team beat Union Grove 20-13 in an exciting game with another forth quarter drive to seal the win. The Mustangs are 3-1 in region play and take on Locust Grove this Friday night in Mustang Stadium for Senior Night. Ola's softball team concluded their season in a loss at the championship game of the GHSA state playoff super regional. Ola's volleyball team lost to McIntosh High School in the second round of state playoffs. Both softball and volleyball had a great season with a run in the state playoffs. Ola's cross country team saw great success, with our girl's team making it to the GHSA state race coming up. Finally, Ola's flag football team has started their season and will play Luella and Griffin tomorrow night. You can view important athletic news and update sin the Athletic Newsletter- highlighting Talon Cole from football as our Athlete of the Week and Steve Bates as our Fan of the Week.
    Ola's Marching Mustangs competed this weekend in Valdosta and won the whole thing as Grand Champions. Ola's VEX IQ robotics team was in Brentwood, Tennessee competing with some of the best teams in the country, where they finished 14th in a loaded field! Finally, on Friday, Ola's One Act play will compete in the region tournament at the Fairview PAC. This week we also say four Mustangs move onto the final state round in All-State Orchestra. Congratulations to George Barnett, Adaya Brown, Anthony Coral, and Kate Smith.
    We also congratulate our POWER students for the week for their powerful acts of kindness that hugely impact the climate and culture of our building. Congrats to Taylor Early, Emily Johnson, Eliah Janes, Casey Barnes, Brandon Wright, McKenlee Owen, and Jaden Sladek.
    Mustang Nation, this Friday night before the game, our SGA and many clubs and organizations will be hosting a trunk-or-treat starting at 6:45 and passing out candy to all ages in costumes, so come out for a fun night. You can also come out for our last community tailgate starting a 5:30 down in the Holler! Finally, this week SGA is also hosting a sneaker drive to benefit Haven House. It will be held from October 24 to October 28. All types of sneakers for any age or gender are appreciated. These shoes must be new or very gently used. A box will be in the front office and another in the media center for donations.
    Finally, as the weather gets cooler and soon the time change happens, please help communicate with your Mustang about the importance of getting to school and class on time. Our doors open at 7:30, and we value students being present and on time, ready to learn. Be sure to stay up to date on our school website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Until next time, say it loud, We Are Ola!
    Nick Ellis

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  • Week of 10/17

    Mustang Message - Sunday, October 16, 2022
    Week 11
    Good Sunday evening Mustang Nation! It's Mr. Ellis, principal of Ola High School, with your weekly Mustang Message! We had a great homecoming week, and seeing our students, staff, and community getting engaged in the activities was a lot of fun. Our students and staff had great spirit all week with the dress-up days, and our community came out in the Ola way for the parade and Friday football game. Congratulations to the Class of 2023 on winning the spirit competition with spirit wear, loudest at the pep rally. Our 10th-grade class showed they were full of spirit and pushed the senior class to the end! We crowned Timmy Jones and Abigail Tatum Friday night as the Homecoming King and Queen. The Marching Mustangs finished the night with their post-game full show, which was amazing!
    In athletic news, congratulations to our volleyball and softball teams, as both finished as Region 4 runners-up. Ola's softball team competed in the region tournament this week, and lost in the finals to Jones County. The girls will travel down to Harris County for the first round of GHSA State Playoffs. Our volleyball team competed well in their region tournament and lost in the finals to Locust Grove. Ola volleyball will host the first round of GHSA playoffs this Tuesday night here in the gym. Our girl's cross-country team finished 6th in the region and is also preparing to compete in the state race soon. The lady Mustang flag football team had their first game of the season with a win over Mary Persons. This past Friday night, the Mustangs took to the field against Eagles Landing in football and won 48-24 to move to two and one in region play. They will have a big game this Friday night at Union Grove. The Athlete of the Week is Madison "Bam" Humber, and the Fan of the Week is Kris Lewis. You can find all the updates in the Athletic Newsletter.
    This week we honor our P.O.W.E.R students for their contributions and powerful actions on the climate and culture of Ola. Congrats to Jace Hill, Patrick Patton, Damarcus Hunter, Jax Richardson, Caiden Partain, Aiden Cole, Elena Torres, and Chloe Price.
    Mustang Nation, Ola’s graduation rate was released this week, and we are excited to announce a 92.2% for the 4-year rate and an incredible 95.7% five-year graduation rate, which leads all of Henry County. Progress reports will be available on the Parent Portal in Infinite Campus on October 17. If your Mustang is interested in attending additional tutoring, we have sessions going on during weekdays after school. You can find the tutoring schedule below.
    Finally, Mark your calendar for Ola High School's spirit night on Tuesday, October 18th at Chick-fil-a on 81, from 5-8 pm. Be sure to let them know to apply your receipt towards Ola. Be sure to stay up to date on our school website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Until next time, say it loud, We Are Ola!

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  • Week of 10/10

    Mustang Message - Sunday, October 9, 2022
    Week 10
    Good Sunday evening Mustang Nation! It's Mr. Ellis, principal of Ola High School, with your weekly Mustang Message! It's homecoming week, and we are excited about all the fun and festivities coming up this week. We will start the week with the Mighty Mustangs playing in the Superbowl at 6:45. Let's pack the house again! Wednesday will be our cluster community parade at 5:45 and will include all elementary and middle schools. We will end the day on Friday with a pep rally in the gym followed by Friday football and homecoming festivities. There will be a community tailgate that starts at 5:30. This year, the Homecoming king will be crowned before the game, beginning at 6:55. At halftime, we will crown the Homecoming queen. Finally, we will wrap up the week with a dance Saturday night in the gym. Let's have a fun week!
    On Wednesday, all tenth-grade students will take the PSAT. This is an important opportunity for our Mustangs and provides us with great information and data for instructional focus here in the OlaVerse.
    In athletics, we've had a great week and a busy week ahead. The Ola Mustangs went down to ranked Jones County and beat the Greyhounds Friday night in an exciting game. The boys had a five-minute drive in the 4th quarter to go up 22 to 15. A last-second interception sealed the win! Ola softball beat Dutchtown and will enter the region tournament as the number one seed. Ola's volleyball team had a big win over Eagles Landing in two sets to move further in the region tournament. They finished second in Region 4, and we look forward to hosting GHSA state playoffs. Our Mustang Cross-Country team competed in the region meet today and finished 6th- Kwamia Russell finished in the Top 10 and made the all-county team. Our Athlete of the Week is Brendley Kay, and our Fan of the Week is Wendy Morris.
    Ola's Marching Mustangs took to competition and finished 5th in our classification. This week we honor our P.O.W.E.R students for their contributions and powerful actions on the climate and culture of Ola. Congrats to Jason Keever, Christian Applewhite, Ella Bull, and Ny'Kail Guy. Ola has six students who will represent at Youth Leadership Henry. Congratulations to Amelia French, Abigail Harkcom, Ashlynn Harvey, Hannah Mock, Brooklyn Moore & Carson Schmitt.
    Mark your calendars for Super Scholarship Saturday hosted by Henry County Schools on October 15. The deadline to register for this virtual event is October 12. You can find this information on the district happenings tab on our webpage. Also- if your Mustang is interested in attending additional tutoring, we have sessions going on during weekdays after school and a Saturday session on October 15 from 9-12.Be sure to stay up to date on our school website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Until next time, say it loud, We Are Ola!
    Nick Ellis

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  • Week of 10/3

    Good Sunday evening Mustang Nation! It's Mr. Ellis, principal of Ola High School, with your weekly Mustang Message! Welcome to October OlaVerse! We have a lot to share this week in another successful week at Ola. We started Monday with a great game of the Mighty Mustangs as they took on the Wildthings from Locust Grove. It was a great night with a packed house. We thank our students, staff, and the Ola community who came out to support a great event! Ola competition cheer finished as runners-up at the Starrs Mill Invitational. Congrats to Ola's volleyball team, who remain unbeaten in region play, defeating Jones County and Warner Robins. They finished the week beating Spaulding. Ola softball defeated Eagles Landing and lost a tight game to Union Grove 4-5. Ola football opened region play against Warner Robins on a Thursday night, and came up short. This week's Athlete Spotlight is Cadet Emory Leonard from our cross-country team. Emery also found out this week he is the Ola representative for the J-100 Character in Leadership Scholarship award winner for our JROTC program! Ola's Fan of the Week is Mr. Jason Towns. You can find all athletic news and updates in the Mustang Athletic Newsletter.
    This week we honor our P.O.W.E.R students for their contributions and powerful actions on the climate and culture of Ola. Thank you to Noah Jackson, Tevis Poole, Hannah Hill, Sam Lugo, Julissa Lugo, and Kenan Rollins. Also, we want to recognize Ola's FFA student Reid Craig who had a top 5 finish at the Georgia Tractor Operation and Maintenance CDE in Fort Valley. Ola's Fine Arts department had some great success this week. Ola's Marching Mustangs took the field in their first competition, receiving all superiors, finishing second in color guard and percussion, and coming in first place in their 5A class. Ola's One Act theatre had friends and family night at the PAC where they performed Badger. It was a great night! Finally, in the arts, congrats to Ola's Mindy Forehand as she was recognized as an exceptional teacher and leader by the National Society of High School Scholars.
    Mustang Nation, this week, homecoming dance tickets are now available to all grade levels and can be purchased at My School Bucks. The homecoming dance will be Saturday, October 15, in the gym. Ola's Healthcare students (HOSA) will host a blood drive this Thursday. Also, this week, we are excited to share Ola's exam exemption opportunities. Students will hear about the requirements to have a chance to work towards an exam exemption in December.
    Finally, Ola's Local School Council has created an Amazon Teacher Wish List. You can visit the site by clicking this link to support our exceptional teachers.
    Be sure to stay up to date on our school website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Until next time, say it loud, We Are Ola!
    Nick Ellis

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  • Week of 9/26

    Mustang Message - Sunday, September 25, 2022
    Week 8
    Good Sunday evening Mustang Nation! It's Mr. Ellis, principal of Ola High School, with your weekly Mustang Message! I hope everyone had a restful and relaxing fall break. We have much information to share this week and highlight the many successes over last week. Ola's graduation date is Thursday, May 18, 2023, at Atlanta Motor Speedway. This information will be located on our webpage and in the class of 2023 google classroom.
    This week tickets to the homecoming dance will go on sale for seniors. The dance will conclude all the homecoming festivities and will be held on October 15 in the gym. Seniors may purchase tickets on My School Bucks. The underclass students can buy the remaining tickets starting on October 3. Also- mark your calendars for Ola's Homecoming Parade on October 12 at 5:30 pm and will include representatives from all of Ola's cluster schools.
    Also this week, Ola High School's Local School Council is hosting a Chick-fil-a Spirit night on Thursday, September 29, from 5 pm until 8 pm. Come and support your Mustangs at Chick-fil-a and wear your green and gold.
    In athletics news, congratulations to our competition cheer team as they marched into Walton High School and left with the championship hardware, winning the cheer competition for 5A. Ola softball continued their control over Region 4 with another win over Jones County 4-3. Our volleyball team had a great showing against Eagles Landing and Dutchtown in victories; however, they feel a little short in a tight matchup with Locust Grove. Our football team will host Warner Robins High School Friday night this week in a glitter & neon theme. The Mustangs look to return after a tough loss to Eastside High School last Friday night. Tomorrow night, the Mighty Mustangs football team will take Locust Grove in the stadium at 6:30 pm. We want to make this a huge event, so plan to come out and enjoy a great evening watching our Mighty Mustangs.
    This week we honor our P.O.W.E.R students for their contributions and powerful actions on the climate and culture of Ola. Thank you to Matin Bello, Emily Farrow, Christian Smith, Sydney Knight, Zakiya Jones, and Damian Falkins.
    Finally, Ola's Local School Council has created an Amazon Teacher Wish List. You can visit the site by clicking this link to support our exceptional teachers. They commit daily to helping our Mustangs to be prepared for life beyond high school by providing opportunities inside and beyond the classroom that prepare each student for success in a global society.
    Be sure to stay up to date on our school website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Until next time, say it loud, We Are Ola!

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  • Week of 9/12

    Mustang Message - Sunday, September 11, 2022
    Week 7
    Good Sunday evening Mustang Nation! It's Mr. Ellis, principal of Ola High School, with your weekly Mustang Message! Ola's volleyball program had a great week as they started region play. The Mustangs defeated Union Grove, Locust Grove, and Hampton to stay undefeated in the region. Our softball program still sits up top in Region 4. They had another strong win over Dutchtown 15-0, and they, too, are undefeated in region play. On Saturday, Ola's Cross Country team and Competition Cheer competed. Our cross-country ran in Carrolton and had successful races against region teams. Our competition cheer competed at Lambert High School for their first competition of the season. This week's athlete spotlight is Omar Mathis from our football team and our fan of the week is Toni and Brian Tatum. You can catch all athletics news and updates on our Mustang Athletic Newsletter.
    This week we celebrated a host of POWER students for their powerful acts of kindness in the building and the community. Congrats to Jack Williams, Noah Stephens, Arianna Masters, Tylan Martin, and Chase Morgan. Tomorrow night at the board meeting, Ola's Algebra 1 teachers will be recognized for their stellar work in helping our Mustangs achieve success on the Georgia Milestone Assessment. Ola saw a nine-point increase on the last year's Milestone in Algebra.
    The Student Government Association and Ola's FFA program will host our annual fall festival this Tuesday. There will be games, vendors, and fun for the whole family. The festival will start and 5:00, and we will conclude at 8:00 after announcing this year's homecoming court. Also this week, Ola students in our CTAE courses will have a mock interview fair on Wednesday and Thursday.
    We will continue administering the Henry Cares Check-In survey to all staff and students. The Henry Cares Check-in will also be used in the planning for next steps, along with implementing future resources that may be specific to the needs of our school. We are also continuing to issue textbooks in most core courses. Students can take the textbook home and return it at the end of the school year. Lockers may be rented for five dollars and can be purchased in the front office and the commons area during lunch.
    Finally, Ola's Local School Council has created an Amazon Teacher Wish List. You can visit the site by clicking this link to support our exceptional teachers. They commit daily to helping our Mustangs to be prepared for life beyond high school by providing opportunities inside and beyond the classroom that prepare each student for success in a global society.
    Be sure to stay up to date on our school website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Until next time, say it loud, We Are Ola!
    Nick

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  • Week of 9/6

    Mustang Message - Sunday, September 4, 2022
    Week 6
    Good Sunday evening Mustang Nation! It's Mr. Ellis, principal of Ola High School, with your weekly Mustang Message! Congratulations to our softball team on a great week in region play. The lady Mustangs took on Eagles Landing, Union Grove, and Locust Grove this week and came out with wins going 3-0. They beat Eagles 16-0, Union Grove 8-0 and Locust Grove 14-5 and are on top currently in the region. Our volleyball team also saw wins in front of an excellent crowd for senior night. The Mustangs defeated McDonough and Jonesboro in two sets. Our cross-country team competed in one of the largest meets in the state at Starrs Mill. The Mustangs had eight runners finish in the top 500 at the Starrs Mill AT&T Cross Country meet. This past Friday, our football came up short against Jackson 16-18. It was a special night as Ola honored three students fighting childhood cancer. In a touching moment, Ola Senior Abigail Tatum was recognized in her fight against "George," her tumor. Fight on, Abby, and know we are behind you!
    This week we celebrated a host of POWER students for their powerful acts of kindness in the building and in the community. Congrats to Aniyah Thompson, Karla Mino, Rachel Pace, Aniyah Jennings, Daniel Safrit, Payton Bates, Emme Hartman, and Sarah Nollman. Thirteen Ola High Students auditioned for the Southern Crescent Youth Orchestra, and we are excited to announce all Mustangs we accepted! Great job to Ms. Bain and our Orchestra program. This week's athlete spotlight is Rayah Arnold from our Cross Country team, and our fan of the week is Robert Bryson. You can catch all athletics news and updates on our Mustang Athletics Newsletter.
    Mustang Nation, beginning this week, Henry County Schools will administer the Henry Cares Check-In to all staff and students. The Henry Cares Check-in will also be used in the planning for next steps, along with implementing future resources that may be specific to the needs of our school.
    Parents, Henry County Schools has committed to providing students with resources that help our Mustangs to excel. Starting Thursday and over the next two weeks, students in most core courses will issue a textbook they can take home. Lockers may be rented for the year for five dollars and can do so in the front office and the commons area during lunch.
    Finally, Ola's Local School Council has created an Amazon Teacher Wish List. You can visit the site by clicking this link to support our exceptional teachers. They commit daily to helping our Mustangs to be prepared for life beyond high school by providing opportunities inside and beyond the classroom that prepare each student for success in a global society.
    Be sure to stay up to date on our school website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Until next time, say it loud, We Are Ola!
    Nick Ellis
    POWER Students for the Week
    Friday Night- Abby’s fight against George

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