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Ontario High School students in English Language Arts (ELA) 4 created a symbolic, visual representation of a character from Fredrik Bachman's book A Man Called Ove. The students created a QR code to scan for each project that opens an explanation of the symbolism embedded in the art. The ELA 4 students are taught by Regina Theisen and Tiffany Toombs.

MOAC Champions!

New (career) PR’s from Brie (18:43) Grace (18:44) Ariah (19:24) Paige (21:07) Cori (21:51) Ally (22:15) & Hadley (26:42) and a conference win! Congrats to our boys team- MOAC Runners-Up & the best conference finish in 5 years! New (career) PR’s by Robey (17:41) Alex (18:12) Will (18:35) Owen (18:57) Miles (19:15) & Alex (22:41). Great job Warriors!
 

Students Perform in Local Theater Production

 
Two Ontario high school students and two Ontario middle school students were in the Mansfield Playhouse’s production of Disney’s The Lion King. There is still time to see this wonderful production! Congratulations to these students on a job well done.
 
 

Projectile Motion

Physics students are trying to land a metal sphere in a piece of pvc tube that is barely larger in diameter than their metal sphere. The angle the tube is set and is based on a set of kinematic equations related to their observations of the parabolic pathway of the sphere once it leaves the platform. Projectile motion at its best. 83% of the physics lab groups were able to accomplish this feat on the first try thanks to keen observation and outstanding mathematical reasoning.
 
 

Mole Rockets

CCP 1210 Honors Chemistry students are studying the molar relationships between reactants in a chemical reaction by making miniature 'mole' rockets. Students collect by water displacement differing volume ratios of hydrogen and oxygen gas, then igniting the gas to form water, a very hot and loud reaction. The correct mole ratio of hydrogen to oxygen produces the loudest 'pop', enabling students to confirm the mole ratio from the balanced chemical equation, as well as make reasonable judgments regarding limiting and excess reactants.
 
 

Haunted Trail

THE CITY OF ONTARIO RECREATION DEPARTMENT PRESENTS THE FIRST ANNUAL HAUNTED TRAIL!!!        

WHEN: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19th 2019
           FAMILY FRIENDLY TRAIL FROM 5 PM TO 7 PM (all ages)
           SCARY TRAIL FROM 7:30 PM TO 10:30 PM (older kids and adults)
COST: $5 (ages 5 and under are free)
WHERE: MARSHALL PARK TRAILS ACROSS FROM THE BASEBALL FIELDS AND SOUTH OF THE DOG PARK
(RAIN DATE WILL BE OCT. 20th)

COME ENJOY SOME SPOOKY FUN!!!

Please note: THIS TRAIL IS A COMMUNITY EVENT AND FUNDRAISER FOR SCHOOL ORGANIZATIONS AND THE ONTARIO RECREATION DEPARTMENT. IT WILL BE RUN BY HIGH SCHOOL AND MIDDLE SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS

OHS College Credit Plus Meeting

A mandatory meeting to discuss College Credit Plus (CCP) will be held Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. in the Ontario High School auditorium.  Representatives from area colleges will be there to discuss the program.  All interested parents and students who will be in grades 7 through 12 in the 2020-2021 school year should attend.

Attention Students from the 2019 Graduating Class:

yearbook photo
 
 
 
If you ordered a yearbook, it is available for pick up in the high school office.

OHS Administrative Staff

Principal - Chris Smith Assistant Principal - Chris Miller
Athletic Director - Jeff Fisher
Secretary - Kari Tarvin

Athletic/Attendance Secretary - Deb Eddleblute
Guidance Counselors - Veronica Cain and Donnie Strine
Secretary - Judy Schnug
FAX - 419-747-6859
Attendance Line - 419-755-2000
School Resource Officer - Elijah Finley
Substance Abuse Prevention Coordinator - Amy Nagel

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