Daily Announcements
October 28
  • Parent/teacher conferences November 6th & 13th, 4:00-7:30.
  • All boys trying out for 7th & 8th grade basketball and did not participate in a fall sport must have a physical, emergency medical form, and signed athletic policy on file.  The forms can be found on the website under FORMS.
  • We're celebrating Drug Free Week October 27th-31st.  Monday is "Red Out for Red Ribbon Week".  Wear red!   Tuesday is "Put a Lid on Drugs,"  wear a hat.  Wednesday is "The Future is Bright without Drugs," wear neon colors.  Thursday is "Be a Hero Against Drugs," dress like a super hero.  Friday is "Be a Warrior Against Drugs," spirit wear.   SCHOOL DRESS CODE POLICY WILL BE IN EFFECT.
  • FCCLA is sponsoring a dance Nov, 7th from 6:30-8:30.  $3.00 admission with a canned good, $4.00 without.  This will be the only dance this year that 6th graders will be invited to. 
 
8th Grade Health Classes View Drug Effects
Middle School News
Students Interact in CACY Presentations
On October, 24th, Mrs. Anderson from the C.A.C.Y. Organization had 4 presentations on tobacco and alcohol to show the eighth grade health classes.  Group 1 showed the effects of tobacco on human lungs and endurance.   Students jogged with a straw in their mouth to simulate breathing problems.  Students also completed an activity wearing the fatal alcohol goggles and had to walk a line, play catch and play tic tack toe.  Group 2 Students read about the background for Red Ribbon Week and created a bookmark using prevention themes like “Say Nope to Dope.”  Station 3 The dangers of smoking – students read about all the dangers involved in smoking and the created an anti – smoking ad.  Group 4 Test your smoking I.Q. Students read about the effects on the lungs and looked at a jar full of phlegm from a smoker with COPD.  Students also looked at a jar with a set of teeth floating in chew/spit.  Each student completed a quiz, and Mrs. Anderson discussed the answers.
 
6th Grade Mono Prints
Sixth grade art students drew a realistic picture of a fish.  They then put a plastic sheet on top and used a soy oil ink to paint layers of different colors.  They printed their painting called a Mono Print because they can only get ONE good print, onto a hand-dyed fabric.  Each student dyed their own fabric.  Sewing machines were used to frame their Mono Print then hand-stitched the fish and added sequins. 
CC Awards Program
Cross Country team members are reminded to attend the end-of-the-season awards program, November 12 in the MS Commons.  Festivities will begin at promptly at 6:00 p.m.  Families are asked to bring a dessert to share.

Athletes are asked to return all uniforms and bags ASAP.  Middle school members can drop off their uniforms in the office, and high school members should return to Coach Homan.  If you will not be attending, please inform your coach.
 
8th Grade Football Dominates Opponents to Become Champs
The 8th grade football season began with a scrimmage at Galion and gave a good indication of the toughness the Warriors possessed as they scored four touchdowns in the victory. As the season continued, the team only improved and held their opponents in yardage and points. When the season came to a conclusion, the Warriors were 7-0. The only time they were ever behind an opponent was at Shelby, 7-6, but that eventually became an Ontario, 30-21 victory. Those Warriors outscored their opponents 222-73 in total points this season.

The final contest had Ontario matched against Sandusky who had a 1 loss record and Ontario trying to keep their undefeated streak alive. Sandusky had a lot of speed, but with a strong running game and some big defensive plays, Ontario beat Sandusky, 32-20 and finished the season as the undefeated 8th grade outright NOL champs! Great job men!
 
Ontario Youth Girls Basketball Information/Sign-Up Forms
It's time for girls youth basketball.  Players will be instructed in drills and fundamentals and will be incorporating skills into 3-on-3, 4-on-4 and 5-on-5 games. The girls will be learning the basics of the game in a fun atmosphere that promotes teamwork and school spirit.  All registration forms (see below) are due with payment.  If you have questions, please contact girls varsity coach, Sarah Kirchbaum.

Be sure to check the following registration information for girls in grades first thru sixth.

Little Lady Warriors Basketball - Grades 1, 2, 3
Lady Warriors 4th Grade Girls Basketball
Lady Warriors 5th & 6th Grade Girls Basketball
 
Ontario Warriors
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Jeanette Ohl - Secretary
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