JROTC cadets participated in an event known as "the Veterans Day 5K" where cadets would have to run 5 kilometers at 6:15 in the morning on the OTHS track and in the woods around the high school on the cross country trail! Cadet Cooper Neely won 1st place for boys! For the girls, Cadets Keeara Dutton and Lexi Wesley tied for 1st!
Please welcome our newest members of the OTHS National Honor Society. Pictured tonight are the current and new members of NHS, along with Principal Scott Gordon and Keynote/Guest speaker Superintendent Matt Cyr.
The OTHS NHS Induction Ceremony will be livestreamed from our Coyote Events Network on Youtube - use the following link - https://youtu.be/opH935wmjXE
In Mrs. Hildreth JMG class, an interesting and needed lesson on “Dressing for Success.” They learned the importance of making good first impressions, the difference between business casual and business professional, how to tie a tie and how to sew a button on a shirt!
Students learned about working together and being clear effective communicators in Algebra 2 Honors! They could only communicate with two other people on their team in a relay to build a mystery Lego “beast”!
OTHS Events - 11/7 week
The Competition at Nokomis regional high school concludes this year's 2022 season for the JROTC drill team! Old Town came in second to Bangor in a close match up. They were able to bring home two trophies, one for Color Guard and the other for platoon armed. 3 IDR medals were also given to Cadets Isabella Bouchard, Brie Engstrom, and Cadence Freeman. A big Thank you to the seniors for their hard work and dedication to drill. Daniel Desmond II
Congratulations to the November staff of the Month - Mr. Eric Smith - well deserved...
Losing is never the outcome a team wants - tonight the Lady Coyotes run came to a end with a 2-0 loss in the Northern Maine Championship - Very proud of the team and the accomplishments of this team this season… Presenting your runners-up Northern Maine Class B team!
Reminder Coyotes, Grades for 1st Quarter close on Friday, November 4th! Get all your work, makeups, and tests done before Friday!
Girls and Boys Cross Country team members Wyatt Byther, Annie Roach and Lida Kanoti finished up their seasons today with solid runs on a very challenging course at the Class B State Meet at the Twin Brooks Recreation Complex in Cumberland. Would like to thank those three, as well as the remaining team members who went their to support them today, for an enjoyable and successful season. And a final thank you goes to our five seniors, Annie, Wyatt, Spencer Gordon, Connor May and Griffin Murray for your years with OTXC!
Maine Principals Association game day competition OTHS 3rd place & Sportsmanship award! Over 50 kids from the OTO YMCA and OTHS performed today in Hampden!
Today we make history for women’s soccer program as the Coyotes outlasted the Wildcats from PI 2-1 in the semi-final Northern MAINE finals game… OTHS will play at Cameron Stadium on Wednesday, Nov. 2nd at 6:30 PM v. Hermon/Oceanside
Saturday Oct. 29th Semi-Final Girls Soccer Game v. PI has been moved to 11 AM in order to support the PI community and players - Thank you for the understanding…
Presentations in Mrs. Turner history class, centering on the Bill of Rights, got a little interesting when D. Davis choose the 8th Amendment - needless to say many were subject to cruel/unusual punishments!
Congratulations to the OTHS October Student's of the Month! Grade 9 - Ruby Shaw Grade 10 - Hailey Collins Grade 11 - Ayla Lawrence Grade 12 - Elizabeth Arnold
Today we Vote - OTHS students learned, practiced, and participated in the process of voting in mock elections today - learning the registration, process, action, and power of casting your vote!
#2 OTHS Girls Soccer hosting #7 Nokomis at Victory Field for quarter-final play - Coyotes cruise to a 9-0 win and move them to the semi-final game on Saturday, at 1 PM v. #3 PI at Victory Field
OTHS FH traveled to #1 Lawrence today for Quarter-Final action… Girls faced a tough Lawrence Bulldog team and ended the season with a 9-0 L - Thank you Seniors for the lessons taught to future teams and dedication to the program, and begin the build to next season!
OTHS Athletic/Events for the week