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  •   7th/8th Grade Girls and Boys Basketball against Bellevue has been rescheduled to Tuesday, Dec. 16.  Boys are at Bellevue. Girls are home. (Girls 8th grade will be first game on Tuesday) December 16th, the 8th grade girls will play the first basketball game against Bellevue. 
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Middle School News
8th Grade Take Win
The eighth grade boys basketball team got back in the win column on Tuesday with a thrilling win at Bellevue by the score of 42-38.  The Warriors held the Redmen to 10 first half points and pushed their lead to 12 points when Avery Fisher hit a deep three to beat the second quarter buzzer.  Bellevue came alive in the third quarter on the strength of their full court press and cut the Warrior lead to 2 points heading into the fourth quarter.  Ontario was able to hold off Bellevue in the fourth quarter as Jayden Jacobs, Kadin Hooks, Avery Fisher, and Lucas Burkhalter combined to make 6 of 8 free throws down the stretch.

Avery Fisher led all scorers with 15 points and Isaac Balbridge again sparked the team off the bench with 8 points.  Dazhae Wilson, Lucas Burkhalter, and Jayden Jacobs each had 5 points and Kadin Hooks had 4 points to round out the scoring for the Warriors.

Ontario returns to action on Thursday when they take on Tiffin Columbian at home.
Warriors Tops Bellevue
The 7th grade boys basketball team (1-2) notched its first victory of the young season with a 37-31 win at Bellevue.  The Warriors led from start to finish while receiving major contributions from several OMS hoopsters.  Leading the way offensively was Chance Mott with 12 points, while Clay Caudill added 7.  Cameron Todd chipped in 6 points, while Jeff Keever and Xavier Hornyak-Swogger knotched 4 apiece.  The Blue and Gold return to the court Thursday at home vs. Tiffin. 
Gaming in Social Studies
Eighth-grade students in Mr. Tagg’s American history classes were given the challenge of creating a board game to help review the concepts learned during their study of the American Revolution. First, students interviewed with company CEO’s for positions in the companies developing the game boards. Students then worked in teams to design a board game theme and come up with a concept to incorporate their theme throughout the game. Teams then created the board, game pieces, and game cards, researched and wrote the game instructions for others to follow, and added creative touches to their products. Finally, students played other group's games as a review of all the material learned in the unit. 
Ontario's Patriots Pen Essay Winner
Congratulations to our VFW essay winner.  Her paper was chosen by the local VFW post to represent Ontario Middle School in the national Patriots Pen contest. Her essay was recently selected overall district winner, and will continue to compete at the regional level.  Good job! 
Students of Character
The OMS Pride Person of Character students for the month of November pictured below. They were nominated by staff for being trustworthy, respectful, responsible, fair, caring, and a good citizen.
Students Design Dragsters
Eighth-grade students in Mr. Miller’s Industrial Technology classes put their skills to work designing CO2 dragsters. Students have been learning and using the CAD (Computer Assisted Drafting) program, Autosketch. Classes learned that manufactured items start with a drawing or print giving specific information about the parts.   They created multiview drawings where the same part is drawn with three different views and precision measurements are noted. They then created isometric drawings where the object is drawn in only one view but gives a three dimensional look. The final project culminates with the students using their skills and knowledge of the scientific concepts of mass, inertia, friction, and aerodynamics to create their personal designs for their dragsters. Once completed, their drawings are used as templates to lay out their basal wood blanks. They went to the woodshop to bring them to life using bandsaws, drill presses and sanders. The final part of their hard work was putting their designs and workmanship to the test by competing on a track designed to race. They will use the skills from Mr. White’s science class to calculate their elapsed time and distance into a miles-per-hour rating.  
Ontario Warriors
OMS Administrative Staff
Julie Brokaw - Principal
Diane Cunningham - Guidance Counselor
Jeanette Ohl - Secretary
Diana Wendling - Secretary/Aide
Librarian - Julia Miller
School Resource Officer - Adam Gongwer
Substance Abuse Prevention Coordinator - Amy Nagel
Upcoming Events
Girls Basketball @ Tiffin
Thu Dec 18 2014
Early Release
Fri Dec 19 2014
Wrestling Tournament
Sat Dec 20 2014
Wrestling Tournament
Sun Dec 21 2014
Christmas Break - No School
Mon Dec 22 2014
to Fri Jan 2 2015
Alumni Basketball Game
Sun Dec 28 2014
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