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OHMTA Teams With Chick-fil-A for Fundraiser

Monday, March 9 through Saturday, March 14, the Ottawa Hills Music and Theatre Association is teaming wtih Chick-fil-A for a fundraiser to support OHMTA programs. Visit Chick-fil-A at Sylvania and Talmadge to purchase your small Chick-fil-A nugget or strip tray during this time period and Chick-fil-A will

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Qualifying Families Encouraged to Fill Out Form for e-Rate

All families in the school district have received, via mail, a form titled "Reduced School Fees Family Application." We strongly encourage you to look over the form and the attached letter, and, if your family qualifies, fill out the form and return it to the central office. These forms are very important in allowing the district to access federal

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OHES Teachers Meet With Page Keeley, Nationally Known Author

On Thursday, February 12,  OHES teachers had a special visit from Page Keeley, Senior Science Program Director at the Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance. Ms. Keeley was in the area to present a workshop as part of Bowling Green State University’s Inquiry Series. Through the generosity of district residents and BGSU instructors Lena and Emilio Duran, arrangements were made for Ms. Keeley to present a one-hour professional discussion with our teachers

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O.H. Supports Brain Cancer Research

At the January 31 boys basketball game versus Evergreen, our community joined with the Evergreen community to honor two young ladies who have battled brain cancer, but are cancer free today--Ottawa Hills' own Summer Moynihan and Evergreen's Emma Carpenter. As part of raising awareness about brain cancer and the need for research dollars, our students and community raised over $3,700 for the American Brain Tumor Association. 

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2014 Graduate Earns A.P. Honor

2014 graduate, Claire Oxford, was one of only ninety-one students in the world to earn every point possible on the AP Spanish Language and Culture Exam in the spring of 2014. Claire is the daughter of Michael Oxford and Mary Wall.

The College Board reports that of approximately four million AP Exams taken by 1.5 million U.S. public high school 11th and 12th graders in 2014, only 285 students earned every point possible on an AP Exam. A perfect score means the student earned

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Lauren Hurst Named BCSN “Teacher of the Month”

Ottawa Hills High School English teacher, Lauren Hurst, has been named BCSN’s February “Teacher of the Month.” She joins Mr. Steve Wipfli and Mr. Tim Adkins, who received this prestigious honor during the 2013-2014 school year.

Mrs. Hurst earned a B.S. in Education and a Master of Educational Psychology from the University of Toledo. Currently, she is pursuing her Doctoral Degree in Administration and Supervision from UT.

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