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Student Intro to Digital Tools
Click HERE to visit the Office of Instructional Technology (OIT)'s website for students introduction to digital tools. Students can also access this website via Classlink:
OMMS follows all county guidelines regarding student conduct. The guidelines can be found in the county's "Home-School Connection" which is distributed to every student at the beginning of the school year.
Students may use backpacks to carry materials to and from school. Students may NOT carry backpacks during the school day. Students will have access to their lockers at the start and end of the school day, and before or after lunch. This policy was designed to maximize your child's educational experience at OMMS in that it: a) complies with medical findings that carrying heavy backpacks can permanently injure a child or interfere with his/her physical development; b) reduces the amount of materials being carried by our students, thereby reducing the opportunity for injuries; c) assists students in developing their organizational skills; d) helps students become more responsible for planning their academic day; e) minimizes students' capacity to bring inappropriate items to school.
OMMS follows all county guidelines regarding student attire and personal appearance. Students cannot wear clothes to school that create a disruptive environment or cause a health or safety hazard. Nothing can be worn on the head except for health, safety or religious reasons. Bare feet are not allowed. Clothing cannot show obscenities or violence, cannot promote alcohol, tobacco or drugs, cannot show underwear, cannot show bare skin between upper chest and mid-thigh. For additional information, contact the Office of Student Discipline at 410-222-5333.