Ontario Local Schools
Solar Pizzas

Fifth graders from Mr. Johnson’s class recently visited Mrs. Jacobs’ first grade classroom to present a science lesson on how the sun is the principle source of energy. Fifth grade students created a lesson that would make this concept easily understood for first graders through the use of food. The goal of this lesson was to cook pizzas using the sun’s energy. Students were given a small pizza box that had a section of the top cut open with foil applied to attract the sun. The first graders each had the opportunity to create their own pizza and help finish preparing the box for “cooking”. After the fun of creating the pizzas and placing them outside, the fifth graders taught a lesson on how the sun’s energy was going to be used to cook the pizzas.
Stingel Art Classes Produce an Assortment of Faces
Students and staff are recognized for their Outstanding Achievements in Education!
On May 10 at the State Support Team Region 7’s “Outstanding Achievement Awards for Students and Educators” banquet, several Ontario students and teachers were recognized in front of their peers from across several area and county school districts. The banquet included a dinner catered by the Pioneer Career and Technology Center, a presentation of awards and culminated in the State Award Presentation. Students, their families and the teachers and administrators who support them enjoyed a wonderful evening celebrating all the good things which are taking place in our area schools!

Ontario celebrates the achievements of the following students and teachers!

 
 
Isaiah Morales  Isaiah was selected as a recipient of the State Award for Outstanding Achievement in Education and will be recognized at a ceremony in Columbus in June. Isaiah is one of only 16 students selected from across the state to be recognized at this banquet!
 
Dominic Carmel, 1st grader from Stingel was nominated by his teacher Kristy Smith for his outstanding achievements in reading, writing and math!
 
 

Bethany Rachel, Kristy Smith and K D Hock were nominated by Mr. Carmel, Dominic’s father in his appreciation for their hard work and support of Dominic and his classmates.

Also in the news! Students and teachers across the district continue to engage in fun and exciting learning activities as the 2015-2016 school year winds down!
 
 
Stingel
 
Students in Mrs. Thomas’, Mrs. Leach’s and Mrs. Calhoun’s 1st and 2nd grade multiage classroom, have been learning about different types of words used to make good detailed sentences. In this mini-lesson students are learning about Adverbs. Nouns, verbs, and adjectives have been previously taught. 
 
 
 
The students in Mrs. Smith’s class have been working hard on learning to count money. This is an important life skill that students will need to be successful in the future. Mrs. Smith’s students were welcomed by the Ontario community to practice these skills. They recently traveled to Cici’s Pizza and Dollar Tree to put their hard work into action. Students used money to purchase their own meals and some items of their choice in community settings. Mrs. Smith’s students used the next dollar up strategy in order to pay for these items. Also during this trip they worked on interacting with different members of the community. Our field trip was an excellent opportunity to practice many of the daily living skills that we have been learning in class!
 
 
 
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The employability class took a field trip to Cinemark Movie Theater. The class was able to learn about all types of job opportunities at the theater. The students shared that they most enjoyed the behind the scenes tour, noting they liked seeing things most people don’t get to see. In the projection room they learned how the movies arrive digitally and decisions are made about the size of theater they are shown in. Students learned about the variety of tasks expected of an usher, many more than they thought! The class also learned that the more jobs they are willing to learn, the more work shifts they will be able to work. After lunch at Pizza Hut, the class returned to the theater to watch a movie.
 
 
 

Students in Mrs. Case’s Language Arts class spent time closing out the year learning about different aspects and types of poetry. Students worked together to help each other make poetry packets which included an introductory poem, an acrostic and a circle poem. Packets were then given as gifts to families for Mother’s Day.

 
 
 
1st - 3rd Grade Participants in the Lady Warrior Basketball Camp
Attention Football Athletes & Parents

June 7 @ 7:00 pm - Ontario Warrior Football Parents' Club Meeting in the HS Library



June 11 @ 7:30 Ontario Football Golf Fundraiser, see attached flyer above. We are still in need of golfers, hole sponsors, hole prizes and volunteers. If you can help in any way, please contact Dan Hall (d.hall3638@gmail.com) or Heidi Zimmerman (heidizimmerman0@gmail.com). The deadline to sign-up as a sponsor is May 21.

 
Youth Football Camp, Grades K- 8
June 20 & 21 - Download a registration form below
         


 
CPR/PAV Training

Wednesday June 8
CPR class: 4:00-6:00 p.m.
Pupil Activity Class: 6:30 p.m.

Cost: $25.00 per class

No Pre-registration
All Avita schools are Free.
 
Preschool Registration:

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.
 
Latchkey Registration:

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
 
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 balogh.joe@ontarioschools.org.

Information Sheet

Registration Form
 
Athletic Boosters Need Volunteers
Please consider making a donation to the Ontario Athletic Boosters.  See their website for more information. 
 
Administrative Staff
Superintendent - Lisa Carmichael
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
Phone -  419.529.3814
School Resource Officer - Adam Gongwer
Phone - 419.529.3969

District's Transportation
District's Upcoming Events
Elementary Field Day
Thu May 26 2016
to Fri May 27 2016
Memorial Day - No School
Mon May 30 2016
Senior Honors Night
Wed Jun 1 2016
Last Day of Classes
Thu Jun 2 2016
Graduation
Fri Jun 3 2016
School Year Calendars
Monthly Calendar
Lunch Menu
Local Weather
Mobile Link
View our website on the mobile link: m.ontarioschools.org
Junior Golf Clinic
2016 Ontario Summer Rec
Parents register your child for the Ontario Summer Recreation Program online.
 
Liberty 5K
Support the Ontario Cross Country Program and register to run in the 4th of July Liberty Run, Saturday, July 2.
 
 
 
 
 
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