Cheer Clinic

Kindergarten-5th Grade:

Love to cheer? Come to our Cheer Clinic for Kindergarten-5th graders on March 4th from 9am-12:30pm at O.Henry Middle School. The cost is $10 per person, and you will learn basic cheerleading movements and stunts with Nationally Ranked O.Henry Cheerleaders!

Cheer Clinic Flyer

Wizbots Robotics & Coding

Wizbots Robotics Lab

Open to students in grades 3-5

Come learn the art & science of building robots! You will:

– BUILD with LEGO MINDSTORMS®, unique building materials, crafts, and an ever-expanding supply of advanced robotic sensors.

– CODE your robots in Java, one of the world’s most popular and powerful programming languages.

– PLAY our Path to Mastery Game which makes it all about fun and creativity!

You’ll journey from Novice towards Master, tackling new project challenges with each move and earning bands of recognition with each promotion. You’ll learn engineering, programming, math & physics in a completely hands-on way. The journey is deep, so you can join us season after season and always try something new. And, parents get to experience all the fun too as their child’s project videos are posted online to see and share!

Learn more and enroll at

Wizbots Robotics Lab

O. Henry Band & Orchestra Instrument Selection for Future Mustangs

O. Henry Band & Orchestra Instrument Selection for Future Mustangs


The O. Henry Middle School Band and Orchestra cordially invite all 5th graders to join our award-winning fine arts program. It is already time to start choosing electives for 2016-2017.  On Wednesday, January 27, from 4:30 – 6:30 PM, students will have the opportunity to try string, woodwind, brass, and percussion instruments under the supervision of music specialists. This is a come-and-go-as-you-please event and no registration is required.  The entire selection process takes 20- 25 minutes. Afterwards, students will then be scheduled into the appropriate music class for next school year.

No previous music training is necessary and school owned instruments are available for most sections. Students who already have one year of band or orchestra instruction do not need to attend this session. If you are unable to attend this session, please contact one of the directors to set up an individual appointment. Mr. Pinkney is the Band Director and can be reached at Mr. Solis is the Orchestra Director and can be reached at


Changes to Board Policy Regarding Transfers

The changes impact the admission of priority transfers into frozen schools (i.e., schools with no available space).  There are three types of priority transfers:  majority-to-minority, sibling, and tracking.

Beginning with the 2016-2017 school year, in an effort to relieve overcrowding, majority to minority transfers will only be accepted at campuses where space is available.  Space is not available at frozen campuses.   Superintendent Paul Cruz will announce the list of frozen campuses for the 2016-2017 school year on December 14, 2015.

Beginning with the 2017-2018 school year, in a continuing effort to relieve overcrowding, in addition to the majority to minority priority transfers, sibling and tracking transfers will also only be accepted at campuses with space available.  An announcement of which schools will not have space in 2017-2018 (i.e., frozen), will be made in December 2016.


O. Henry Round Up 2015

O. Henry Middle School would like to invite you to it’s annual carnival, Round Up on Friday September 11, 6:00-9:00pm. Please join us for a fun night of sport booths, carnival games, raffles, and yummy food!

Save the Date for O. Henry Round Up