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Second Grade Flooring Project
Bus Garage Parking Lot Project
2016 Academic Awards Program
CenturyLink Awards Grants
CenturyLink visited Stingel Elementary on Tuesday, April 18th to award two grants to teachers Mark E. Johnson and Michele Laymon. Mrs. Laymon was awarded $4,800 to enhance classroom technology, and Mr. Johnson was awarded $4,136.85 to enhance science instruction. Many thanks to CenturyLink for their continued support of Ontario students.
SRO as a valuable resource in the classroom
School Resource Officers are often asked to present a variety of law enforcement-related topics in the classroom. One of the goals of the SRO program is to build rapport with students at all grade levels. We want to show students that SRO's are friendly and approachable and not simply a badge. The opportunity to go into the classrooms goes beyond the DARE and GREAT curriculum, and is only limited by the willingness of the district to allow the SRO to interact with the students. I reach out to the staff to let them know that I am available for a wide-range of topics that are timely and appropriate for all grade levels.
As an example, at the elementary level, I read a book entitled Officer Buckle and Gloria. This is a great way to introduce the SRO to younger students and to begin the conversation of what role an SRO plays in the school. Career days or discussions, talking about military time or presenting a lesson on local government and civil servants are other opportunities that an SRO can become part of the classroom. Throughout the year, various student recognition assemblies are held providing opportunities for the SRO to interact with students and parents.
At the middle school and high school levels, I am often asked to present in nearly all content area classrooms. Health classes provide the biggest opportunities for interaction with students at these grade levels. Each year students will see drug display cases, impairment goggles during “Eye and Vision” labs, discuss alcohol and its affects, DEA Schedules, dating violence, texting and driving, sexting consequences and social media. Social Studies classes allow presentations on search & seizure, due process, local government, and driving laws. I also present the A.L.i.C.E. Lockdown options to incoming sixth graders at the beginning of the year. A.L.i.C.E. is very similar to the Federal “Run-Hide-Fight” program and encourages our children to evacuate or barricade depending on the situation.
Stingel Elementary is currently accepting preschool registrations.First priority is given to Ontario residents and children of staff members. Open enrollment students are also accepted into our preschool program based on availability. Tuition rates for the 2016-2017 school year are $135 a month for either the Monday/Wednesday/Friday morning or afternoon class and $190 a month for the Tuesday/Thursday extended day prekindergarten program.
Ontario Local Schools houses the Ontario Latchkey program, a before and after school latchkey program which operates daily when school is in session. The demand for this program often exceeds the number of available seats. Latchkey registration for the 2016-2017 school year will take place on Friday, August 5th from 7:00am to 9:00am at Stingel Elementary.
1. First priority and choice of sections will be given to children (legal guardianship) of regularly contracted Ontario Local Schools employees.
2. Second priority will be given to students that are Ontario residents.
3. Last priority will be given to students that are Open Enrollment
4. Latchkey registration will take place at 7:00am on August 5th
Registrations must be turned in “in person” at Stingel Elementary to reserve your spot. If you are out of town a family member or friend may turn in your packet as long as all paperwork and applicable fees are completed. One person may not turn in registration forms for multiple families (example: one person cannot wait in line and turn in registration papers for multiple families).
All registration paperwork and fees must be completed to reserve your spot.
The building principal will be the final arbitrator for the latchkey registration process
Lady Warriors 1st-5th Youth Basketball
Come enjoy a fun-filled basketball camp with Ontario High School Girls Basketball players and staff. Campers will receive individual skill instruction on the fundamentals of basketball. Fundamental stations will include ball handling, passing, defense, and shooting. Skill development and practice will be emphasized. In addition, campers will participate in skills competition as well as 5 on 5 contests. Extra registration forms are located at Stingel Elementary office or see the attachment below.
Campers will receive a T-shirt and basketball. Turn in registration forms by April 29th to Stingel Elementary Office.
1st-3rd Grade: May 16-18, Stingel Gym, 4:00-5:30
4th-5th Grade: May 23-25, Stingel Gym, 4:00-5:30
Thank you for your support!
Camp Registration Form
2016 Ontario Basketball Playing League
The Ontario Basketball staff will be conducting the 22st annual Ontario Playing League for those players who are currently in the 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grades from any area schools. There will be two divisions: College Division (5th and 6th grades) and NBA Division (7th and 8th grades). All games will be played at the Ontario High School Gym.
The concept of the league is very simple. Players are divided as evenly as possible into teams with a maximum of nine players per team. A league schedule is played on the first three days and then a double elimination tournament is played on the final day. We try to limit the number of participants from the same school to two per team. Each team is guaranteed two games per day. Players are guaranteed equal playing time as a designated substitution rotation is followed. The Ontario Basketball staff along with our varsity players will officiate all of the games and enforce the substitution format.
Attached is the information sheet and registration forms. If you have any questions please contact Joe Balogh at 419-512-0164 (cell phone) or e-mail him at
Warrior Basketball Camp Begins 32nd Year
The 2016 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 31 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), 419-529-3969 ext. 51213 (school) or e-mail to email@example.com.
Download Camp Registration Flyer
Athletic Boosters Need Volunteers
Please consider making a donation to the Ontario Athletic Boosters. See their
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Phone - 419.747.4311
FAX - 419.747.6859
Director of Education - Kathy Stone
Treasurer - Randy Harvey
Phone - 419.747.4311
Director of Maintenance - Brad Swain
Phone - 419.529.6771
Director of Transportation - Pat Duffner
School Resource Officer -
Phone - 419.529.3969
2015-2016 Bus Routes
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Junior Golf Clinic
2016 Ontario Summer Rec
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