The new policy is much less restrictive than previous years, and now explicitly states that “dress code enforcement does not reinforce or increase marginalization or oppression of any group based on race, sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, cultural observance, household income, or body type/size.”
After a variety of different acts and performances, National Arts in Education Week has come to a close. Starting on Sept. 12, twirling colors and vibrant dances had showcased themselves in the Oswego High School auditorium during periods 4-7, bringing different cultures and expressions alike. From Visual Jazz Art to long, explosive dances, there was something for every student to enjoy.
Oswego High School creado el “Panther Pact” el año pasado cuando Oswego High School preguntó a los estudiantes para retroalimentaciòn a través de una encuesta durante las clases del segundo periodo sobre cómo la escuela podría mejorarse. Cualquier sugerencia que los estudiantes ofrecieran en lo que querían cambiar o las cosas que les gustaba ver fueron editadas, repasadas, y colocadas en el Panther Pact.
Andrea Parker, Assistant Principal, presents the Sexual Harassment Awareness Campaign for Students during academic study halls to share with students the changes in OHS’ sexual harassment procedures. The campaign was created based on the need for change evident from the results of the Student Advisory Board survey last year. OHS will be handling sexual harassment in three new ways: education structure, safety, and support in the building.
The Panther Pact was created last year when Oswego High School asked for feedback via a survey during students’ second period classes on how the school could improve. Any suggestions students offered on what they wanted to be changed or things they liked to see were edited, overviewed, and put into the Panther Pact.