Stingel Elementary receives an “A” rating on the State of Ohio’s K-3 Literacy Measure.
This grade on the report card answers the question – Are more students learning to read in kindergarten through third grade?
K-3 Literacy Improvement...............................................................94.2% A
The students in Mrs. Smith’s class are busy learning about a variety of animals, some exotic and endangered. Students are busy researching to identify facts about their animals, such as the type of animal, what they eat, where they live (habitats), lifespan, and interesting facts. Students also get to watch live zoo webcams to learn more about these animals. Mrs. Smith’s students will be sharing what they learn with Mrs. Fike’s preschool class and will then end their study with a field trip to the Columbus Zoo!
Students in Mrs. Cooper's Reading class have enjoyed reading books at their reading level on their Ipads this school year. After they read a book, ten comprehension questions align with the story they've read. Today's technology has made reading even more fun and challenging!
During Science, Ms. Seibert's class made rubber balls to manipulate the concept of Laws in Motion. The rubber balls were made from a kit "Kid Concoctions". The students had to read/follow directions as they learned the basic concepts including force, motion and gravity.
Students in Mrs. Kroll's English 10 class read and acted out the drama 12 Angry Men, by Reginald Rose. The play occurs in the jury room where 12 male jurors are to decide the fate of an inner-city teen accused of murder.
Wednesday, June 3, 2015
CPR - 4:00 p.m.
PAV - 6:00 p.m.
Location: Ontario High School Library
Each class costs $25.00
Registration takes place at the class.
June 22nd, 23rd, 24th and 25th
Ontario Warrior practice field (behind the football field) or OMS Gym (weather)
The 2015 Warrior Basketball Camp will be held for the 31st year for students of the Ontario School District. The camp directors are Joe Balogh, varsity basketball coach of the Warriors, Nate Henderson, assistant coach, and Tim Henige, JV coach. This camp has been a key component in the success of our basketball program over the past 30 years. Players will be instructed in the drills and fundamentals that have made Ontario Basketball successful with a special emphasis devoted to shooting. Time will also be given to game competitions and contests.
Cost of the camp is $55. Each camper will receive an official Warrior Basketball Camp T-shirt and Warrior Camp Basketball along with the opportunity to receive prizes for individual and team contests. The attached brochure provides dates and times for each grade level. If there are any questions you may contact Coach Balogh at 419-512-0164 (cell phone), or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration Camp Form
The Ontario Basketball Playing League is a summer league that is designed to give players (boys in grades 5-8) an opportunity to play in an organized format. Players are placed on teams to make them as competitive as possible and then are guaranteed equal playing time based on a designated substitution rotation system. Our goal is to have a mixture of players from several schools so that players have a chance to play with and get to know other players in the Mansfield area. The information below should answer questions concerning this league.
View Information Sheet
The annual Ontario Warriors Football Golf Scramble is Saturday, June 20th at Oak Tree Golf Course. Please see below to download a flyer and/or a sponsor sheet.
Golf Scramble Flyer
Ontario Basketball will be hosting the “Pro Shot Shooting System” Clinic on Friday, June 12th at Ontario High School for any interested boy or girl. There will be two clinic sessions:
Registration will be limited to 72 participants at each session. Attached is a registration form. If you have any questions please contact Joe Balogh at 419-512-0164 (cell phone) or e-mail him at email@example.com.