The "new" high school.Coach John Giffin lays out the plan.Orono Hockey adds excitement to the winter months.OHS football players.Jon Langille and Davis Greenwood taking a break from spring track.Mr. John Jeskey and Mrs. Judy Tredwell smile for the camera.Donna Weatherbee marches with the OHS band.These "crazies" are Gail (Wadlin) Joslin, Susan Greenhalgh, and Sandra Emerson. Gail writes, "Tell the teachers not to fret--we turned out OK, have advanced degrees and good jobs!!"Bleacher fans cheer the team in the "old" gym.Custodians and bus drivers. Bill McDonald, center, still works at OHS!Pole vaulter Fran Cathcart at a spring meet.Principal Grover MacLaughlin.The '47 Crimson Crier cover photo.John Toole playing a Stage Band solo.Sophomores "hang out" in an Orono school bus.
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The following links are for web sites relevant to to OHS alumni and the Orono community.  If you have other suggestions for links, please contact our site editor, Betsy Rose.

Orono High School - via RSU 26
Web site for Riverside RSU #26.  Riverside RSU is the consolidation of 5 schools: Orono High School, Orono Middle School, Glenburn Elementary School, Veazie Community School, and Asa C. Adams School. Access OHS website through this site.

Operation Breaking Stereotypes
Operation Breaking Stereotypes (OBS) is a non-profit, service-based organization working with schools in Maine and New York City to help students address ethnic, socio-economic, gender, and racial stereotypes through writing, reading, music, photography, and personal connections. Since its founding in 2002, OBS has worked with more than 750 Maine and New York City middle and high school students, facilitating exchanges between diverse groups of learners. Orono students have participated in this program since its inception.

Orono Observer
Town of Orono government web site.

Orono Public Library Foundation
Read about the Campaign for a New Library in Orono!

Orono Middle and High School Library Blog
News of OMS and OHS and other articles of interest to OMS/OHS students and alumni. Created and maintained by OHS Librarian Jane van Arsdale. Check it out!

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