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District Facilities Plan to Be Shared at July Public Meetings

In March of 2011, a thirteen-member Facilities Committee made up of community members and school personnel was charged by the Board of Education with investigating the condition of our current school facilities and making a recommendation to the Board regarding how to best address facility needs. The year-long investigation by this committee led to a six-point

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Daniel Liu Wins National “You Be the Chemist” Competition

Ottawa Hills student Daniel Liu captured the National “You Be the Chemist” competition on June 22 at the Kimmel Center for Performing Arts in Philadelphia. A ten-year-old seventh grader at Ottawa Hills Junior High this past school year, Daniel became the youngest student to ever win the competition, which is open to students in the fifth through eighth grade.

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Students’ First Day is Tuesday, August 25

The 2015-2016 school year will begin with a teacher work day on Monday, August 24, 2015. The first day of classes for students will be Tuesday, August 25. The past few years, the district has had an in-service day to begin the year, delaying the start of the school year for students by one day. However, there will not be an in-service day scheduled for the beginning

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OHES School Day Will End at 2:50 Beginning in 2015-2016

Beginning with the 2015-16 school year, the school day at Ottawa Hills Elementary will end at 2:50 pm.  Previously, the OHES school day ran from 8:10 am – 2:30 pm.  Ending at 2:50 pm will provide students with 100 minutes of additional instruction each week.

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OHSPA Funds Projects For Schools

The Ottawa Hills Schools Parent Association (OHSPA), under the leadership of President Amy Gustine, made $16,700 in disbursements to Ottawa Hills Schools at the end of the school year to fund various projects and provide for classroom curricular

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Ottawa Hills Earns National Ranking; U.S. News & World Report Gold Rating

Ottawa Hills High School continues to be recognized as one of the top high schools in the nation by U.S. News & World Report with a ranking of #483 out of over 29,000 public high schools in the United States. Additionally, the ranking lists O.H. as the #18

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Ottawa Hills Honored with Inaugural "Award of Excellence"

During a Division II semi-final game at the state boys' basketball tournament, Athletic Director Tim Erickson accepted the "Award of Excellence" on behalf of Ottawa Hills Schools. Ottawa Hills was one of four schools in the state chosen to receive the inaugural "Award of Excellence." The award, a collaboration between the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) and the Ohio Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (OIAAA), recognizes schools that provide exemplary support

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O.H. Students Raise Funds for Centennial Plaque

Saturday, June 6 was a special day as a Village-wide ice cream social was held at Arrowhead point. The OHHS band was on hand to entertain guests. Highlighting the day was the unveiling of an historical marker marking the 100th anniversary of the

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J.H. Student Council Collects Over 3,000 Books

At the end of the school year, the junior high student council collected over 3,000 books to contribute to "Read for Literacy." The mission of Read for Literacy is "to provide children, adults, and families the opportunity to achieve their academic and

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School Supply Packet Orders for 2015-16

Order school supplies for the 2015/16 school year through the Ottawa Hills Schools Parent Association for Grades K-6.
We’re online this year!! Click on the link below to order School
Supply Packets for Grades K-6. Order and pay online or by check (checks payable to OHSPA and dropped in the ES Office or to either Fundraiser Co-Chair).

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Class of 2015 Receives Diplomas

The 81 members of the Class of 2015 graduated in a formal ceremony on June 4th in the Ottawa Hills High School gymnasium.  Featured in the high school’s 75th commencement were student speakers Sara Eskandari, Daniel Intrater, and Olivia Koury who each delivered a message to their classmates that provided

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