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In partnership with our community, Ottawa Hills Local Schools will challenge and inspire each student to realize his or her unique potential; to embrace learning as a lifelong process; and to become an active, responsible citizen.

 

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RSVP Now for April 7 Legacy Luncheon

Brochure for Legacy Luncheon

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Instrumental Music Program says, "Spring It On!"

Instrumental music, directed by Mr. Leeds,  playing at the Spring It On performance

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#Singout! -- Stories Through the Power of Song

#Singout! Performance group photo

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Power of the Pen Competes at Regional Tournament

OH students group shot at the Power of the Pen Regional TournamentMembers of the Power of the Pen team, including Ella Langenderfer, Mattie Wilson, Bazil Frueh, Samantha Bigioni, Lorelei Huber, Ava Porter, and Faith Seo, competed at the Regional Tournament at Lourdes University on Wednesday, March 8.  Approximately 250  students from thirty-five schools competed in three rounds of creative writing.  Faith Seo took 8th place among the field of 7th graders, and the 7th grade team placed 4th. The top 20% of all competitions will travel to the College of Wooster in May to compete in the state tournament. Congratulations to the team and advisor Kristie Stevens on a successful season. Special thanks to Nicole Silvers for volunteering to be a judge. Many thanks to the Ottawa Hills Schools Parent Association for supporting this program.

Success at MAMUN 2017 for OH Model UN Club

2017 Model OH model UN group pictured at BGSU

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American Legion Announces Americanism Awards

American Legion Americanism Award recipients pictured: Nathan Card, Neha Kazmi, Annie Mintun, Will Koury, Renae Goik, and Mazi Omer. Senior Nathan Card qualified for the state-level competition.

The Social Studies Department is pleased to announce the winners of this year's Americanism test. Given annually in conjunction with American Legion Post #553 to students in grades 10 through 12, the questions focus on three levels of government: local, state, and national.

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MathCounts Team Scores High in State Competition

MathCounts team pictured with Mrs. DrabekThe Ottawa Hills junior high MathCounts team earned 7th place out of 33 teams in the state competition last weekend. Ishan Khare placed 22nd out of 203 competitors. According to team advisor Diane Drabek, “This was one of our best showings at states!" Team members include: Ishan Khare, Pram Koirala, Keefer McClure, and Oliver Smirnov. Congratulations to the team on a strong finish to the season.  Many thanks to Diane Drabek for her leadership. The MathCounts Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides engaging math programs to students of all ability levels in order to build confidence and improve attitudes towards math and problem solving. MathCounts is available as a co-curricular activity for our elementary and junior high students. For more information about MathCounts click here.

Strong Showing at District Science Fair

Raphael Garcia-Mata posing in front of his science fair project

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Mrs. Hafemann’s Students Unravel the cheMYSTERY of Light

Mrs. Hafemann's AP chemistry students analyzed the bright line emission

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Schedule a Round-Table Discussion to Assist Strategic Planning

Ottawa Hills is nearing the end of its five-year strategic plan and will be developing a new plan this spring. To gather community input, Dr. Miller, Superintendent, will hold round-table discussions with Village residents. To host a round-table discussion, gather six to twelve friends and neighbors and schedule a time to meet with Dr. Miller. The deadline for round-table discussions has been extended to April 12. A set of essential questions will be provided for the group ahead of time and will guide the discussion. To schedule a round-table discussion, contact the central office at 419-536-6371.