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 By Jeffery Wehr    School    March 16, 2017 

Odessa shines at regional science fair

Kennewick, WA – After an eight-hour day of continually presenting their research to experts in the field, the student scientists from the Advanced STEM Research Laboratory at Odessa High School exhibited their academic prowess in science and...

 

Student-led conferences coming at end of month

Student-led conferences for Odessa school children in pre-school through grade 11 have been set for Wednesday, March 29, through Friday, March 31. School will be dismissed at 12:30 p.m. on these days. All of the students have been scheduled for a...

 

The Little Mermaid Jr. musical coming 3/30

The Odessa schools will present Disney’s The Little Mermaid Jr. on Tuesday, March 30, at 10 a.m. (limited seating) and 7 p.m. (open seating). Ellen Holman is directing approximately 40 students from grades 2-12 in the one-hour musical based on the...

 

FBLA American Enterprise Project involves all

Odessa HS FBLA put in a lot of hard work this year with the seventh grade class for their American Enterprise Project. The topic this year was fair trade, a type of business operation for trade in which fair prices are paid to producers in developing...

 

Titans lose two, out of contention for trophy

The O-H Titan boys ended their bid for hardware at the state 1B basketball tournament on Friday at the Spokane Arena. On the first day of the tournament, March 1, the Titans defeated Chief Kitsap...

 

State 1B/2B tournament

In the 1B boys portion of the Hardwood Classic played last week at the Spokane Arena, Sunnyside Christian won the championship game over Lummi Nation. ACH took third place, Yakama Nation Tribal was fourth, Pomeroy fifth and Muckleshoot Tribal sixth....

 

CHS Crop Advisors visit ag shop

Last week, Joe Schlomer and John Jensen of CHS-Sun Basin Crop Advisors visited the Odessa School District ag shop to share a wealth of knowledge about plants, discuss the numerous types of jobs availa...

 
 By Jeffery Wehr    School    March 2, 2017

Three OHS student scientists are among 16 symposium delegates

Only 16 students were selected by Washington state to be delegates at the 55th Washington Junior Science and Humanities Symposium. Every year, Washington students send between 200-300 research papers...

 

Knowledge Bowl team headed to state tourney

On Friday, February 24, Odessa High School's Knowledge Bowl team headed to Whitworth University in Spokane for the annual regional competition. In the B1 division, Odessa finished second (by one...

 

Titans win, headed to the Hardwood Classic

Cedar Park Christian The O-H Titan boys defeated Cedar Park Christian Friday evening in a regional playoff game at Mountlake Terrace High School on the west side of the state. The Titans won, 70-65, a...

 

Titans place second in district matchup vs ACH

ACH ACH handed the O-H Titans a loss in Saturday’s district championship game at Deer Park High School on February 18. The Warriors won, 58-44. O-H 6 16 13 9     44 ACH 16 24 12 6...

 

Sophs win contest during FBLA Week

FBLA Week was celebrated by the Odessa chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America on February 6-10. The highlight of the week was the annual "Copper vs. Silver" completion, where classes...

 

FBLA prepares meals for local senior citizens

It was recently shared with the Odessa High School FBLA chapter that there was a need to provide some of the senior citizens in our community with home-cooked meals. Many were finding it difficult to...

 

Titan boys to face ACH Warriors for district title

Cusick After game day was delayed two days from Wednesday to Friday last week due to adverse weather conditions, the Titan boys finally played Cusick in Odessa on February 10. The Titans won, 77-40....

 

Titan girls drop two; out of district tournament

Republic On Tuesday, February 7, the Titan girls traveled to Republic for the first round of the district playoffs, facing a team that has had only one loss all season. The Titans lost by a final...

 

STEMposium and Family Science Fun Night, 2/21

A STEMposium and Family Science Fun Night will be held Tuesday, February 21, in the school multi-purpose room from 6 to 8 p.m. Free hot dogs, chips and beverages will be offered to those attending. Under the direction of high school science teacher...

 

Hands-on fire safety part of ag education lesson

Fire safety is something we all hear about as children. In elementary school we learn to "Stop, Drop and Roll," to call 911 and to know where the fire extinguishers are located. All of this...

 

High school/junior-high first-semester honor roll

A student must have a grade-point average of 3.50-4.00 to be on the Honor Roll, and Honorable Mention requires a grade-point average of 3.25-3.49. Grade values are based on the state transcript requirements and are as follows: A=4.0, A-=3.7, B+=3.3,...

 

Titan boys finish season with win, 2nd in league

Wellpinit Playing in Wellpinit Friday, February 3, the Titan boys won 76-69. O-H 11 19 24 22     76 Wellp 18 20 20 21     69 Ryan Moffet scored 36 points, and Camden...

 

Winter conference for FBLA: Awards galore

Odessa FBLA members attended the NE Region Winter Conference, where 34 students competed for the opportunity to compete at the state conference in Spokane in April. Receiving first-place awards were...

 

District playoff game Tuesday for Titan girls

Pomeroy In Harrington, Tuesday, January 24, the Titan girls lost to Pomeroy by a final score of 29-53. O-H 7 2 9 11     29 Pom 15 21 14 3     53 Caitlyn Schuh led the team in scoring with 13 points and getting three...

 

Elementary school kids learn about agriculture

Odessa's elementary students are still reaping the rewards of the Pep Grant that the Odessa School District received a couple of years ago! The grant funds were all allocated for different projects, purchases, etc. One of the allocations was...

 

Titans lose non-league game, win two in league

Pomeroy The O-H varsity lost to Pomeroy on January 24, 52-73, in a non-league game played at Pomeroy. O-H 13 16 13 10     52 Pom 21 15 17 20     73 Scoring leaders were...

 

Titan girls struggle but still show improvement

Pomeroy In Harrington, Tuesday, January 24, the Titan girls lost to Pomeroy by a final score of 29-53. O-H 7 2 9 11     29 Pom 15 21 14 3     53 No stats were received...

 

Junior-high boys on track for an undefeated season

The junior-high Titan junior-varsity boys won their game played in Odessa January 19 against the Almira-Coulee/Hartline Warriors by a score of 29-21. The varsity team also won their game against the...

 

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