Open Program at OHS Invites Community Project Ideas
Each year, Oregon High School students in the Open Program complete a semester-long, community-minded project of their choice. From computer-programming, to elementary school camps, to local art workshops, Open Program students have taken a leadership role in helping our small communities thrive.
This year, the Open Program would like to extend an invitation to any and all community members to submit project ideas! The guidelines are simple: projects must be community-focused in some way, must be able to be completed within one semester, and must be manageable for one student given 45 minutes a day.
Submitted project ideas will be posted on a bulletin board in the Open Program classroom. Interested students will be given the option to “champion” an idea, making it their cause for second semester, working closely with community members and OHS faculty to help it become a success.