The Wedding Singer takes us back to 1985 when hair was big, greed was good, collars were up, and a wedding singer might just be the coolest guy in the room! Rock star wannabe Robbie Hart is New Jersey's favorite wedding singer until his own devastating heartbreak threatens to ruin his career. But his hope is renewed when he meets Julia, a waitress dreaming of her own perfect wedding to Glen, a Wall Street shark. As this new friendship blossoms into something more, Robbie must decide whether to pull off the performance of his life or lose the girl of his dreams forever.
4pm: OMO Student Clubs
Spanish Club with Ms. Adriana of East Columbia Library
Each week, Señora Adriana uses Muzzy (a language app that is free with your HCLS library card) to guide her lessons on conversational Spanish.
These family-friendly lessons are a great way to learn or improve your Spanish.
Spanish Club will be held every Wednesday. Go to OAKLANDMILLSONLINE.ORG for details and the Zoom link to join!
Laser tag & video games to kick off Black Lives Matter at School Week of Action!
We are proud to provide scholarships to students who strive to learn and grow. Applications are due April 1. The winners are announced by June 15 and the scholarship money is paid directly to the school the student will attend in the fall.
On Monday, March 6 of 2023, Hunan Manor Restaurant in Columbia will be closed to the public to prepare and distribute Craft Bento Boxes, delivered curbside to participants between noon and 2 p.m. and again between 4 - 6 p.m. Then, at 6:30 p.m., tune in for a premiere video highlighting the Silas Craft Collegians program, where you will hear from special guests and much more! Best of all, the net profits will benefit the Silas Craft Collegians Endowment and program funds!
You Can Read Program is a Howard County funded innovative reading proficiency program for students experiencing reading proficiency problems. Classes begin Saturday, February 11, 2023, thru September 2023 from 1-3PM except for holiday weekends; and are staffed with a Masters level, certified Reading Specialist, currently working in HCPPS Schools and a bilingual Assistant. The project is designed to improve student reading, comprehension, listening, communication skills and reading levels.
Howard Community College is offering special Saturday hours on January 21 and 28 to help you apply, register, and prepare for the upcoming spring semester. Enrollment services are available on campus and virtually. In-person services are all located in the Rouse Company Foundation Services Hall (RCF).
>College and trade school planning from a financial perspective
>Student focused, family oriented
Make sure education-related financial decisions support your goals and vision for the future.
Registration ends 20 hours prior to each session to allow time for materials to be emailed to participants.
During this session, we will discuss:
We are recruiting participants between 8 to 17 years old to participate in a research study to learn if there are differences between the brain's structure and its function in children and adolescents with and without Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and Reading Disabilities.
This is a great opportunity for children and adolescents to learn about research and play an active role in scientific exploration!
The purpose of the Cultural Imperative Program is to increase cultural awareness and critical thinking skills among high school students of African descent. We strive to help students feel empowered as descendants of African people, instead of feeling ashamed of their skin color or hair texture, or other negative stereotypes associated with being “Black.” As a result of participating in the Cultural Imperative Program, students enhance their critical thinking skills and develop cultural awareness by reading, analyzing, and discussing a variety of texts.