Ontario Local Schools

Ontario Middle School

Announcements:

  • Early release Thursday, 10-18-18
  • No school Friday, 10-19-18
  • In order to be eligible to play a sport students must pass 5 classes at the end of the quarter.  

FCCLA Fall Fest Dance

OMS Pride Students of Character

These students were nominated and chosen by the teaching staff for being trustworthy, respectful, responsible, fair, caring, and good citizens of Ontario Middle School.

Group Work Expression

In an effort to build a larger character trait vocabulary, seventh grade literature students collaboratively developed meanings and images to fit various words. This activity encouraged students to communicate effectively with each other in developing good definitions and some interesting images. More of their work can be found in the second floor hallway.

Cross Country Team Perform Well at Tourney

The middle school cross country teams ran at the MOAC Championship this past Saturday. Twenty of the 27 Warriors were able to run their fastest times. 

The Lady Warriors ran one of their best races to place second in the conference. Ally Potter led the team with a 5th place finish and a time of 13 minutes and 27 seconds. Alexa Reuer and Gracie Thurber were able to earn second team all conference by placing in the top 14. Jocelyn LeHew and Brenna Nelson came in strong to round out the scoring. 

Miles Meisse led the boys with a time of 12 minutes and 14 seconds. Also scoring were Alex Rose, Michael Barnhill, Canaan Wentz, and Moe Bolen. Great job Warriors!

Thanks to everyone who came out and supported the team this season.

Volleyball Tourney News

The MOAC Middle School Volleyball Tournament will take place at the Buckeye Valley High School/Middle School Campus (901 Coover Rd. Delaware, Ohio 43015).

The 8th grade tournament will take place in the High School Auxiliary Gym and the 7th grade Tournament will be held in the Middle School Gym. To enter the 8th grade tournament, spectators and teams MUST enter through the Auditorium doors on the south side of the high school (there is a varsity match taking place in the main gym).

Each team will be responsible for providing one line judge for their game(s). Additionally, the home team for the match will be asked to provide a scoreboard operator.

The tournament will cost $5 for adults and $4 for students. Only league passes will be accepted. Spectators will have to pay this fee once for the entire day. Concessions will be available at both gyms.  
 
Attached are the brackets for this weekends MOAC tournament.  Both teams finished 8-6 in the league and have the #4 seed.  Both teams play at Buckeye Valley at 10:00 a.m.
7thBracket.pdf             8thBracket.pdf

 

 At the end of each quarter students can earn an afternoon at Altitude Trampoline Park by meeting the following criteria:
      * Complete 95% of all assignments
      * No lunch detentions, Friday Schools, or suspensions
      * No more than 1 tardy to class or school
      * AR Goals were met

The Path to College: Tips and Advice on How to Plan and Prepare

On Tuesday, October 23, at 7 pm in the High School Auditorium, the Ontario Academic Boosters and the Ontario High School Guidance Department will present an informational session to help students and parents plan for college.  The panel that night will include representatives from nearby colleges, Ontario High School personnel and parents.  Topics include: ACT and SAT testing and scores, class selection, the application process, college financing options, FAFSA, timelines, college visits, becoming a collegiate student-athlete, making the most of the guidance office resources, etc.  A question and answer period will follow the presentation to help cover any additional questions.   All interested Middle School and High School students and parents are welcome to attend. 
The Guidance Office will present a second informational session explaining the College Credit Plus program on November 8 at 6:00.   Mark your calendars so you don’t miss this valuable information!
Ontario Warriors

OMS Administrative Staff

Sue Weirich - Principal
John Boyd - Guidance Counselor
Jeanette Ohl - Secretary
Jennifer Zahn - Secretary/Aide
Librarian - Julia Miller
School Resource Officer - Joshua Rivers
Substance Abuse Prevention Coordinator - Amy Nagel
Phone - 419-529-5507
FAX - 419-747-6859

Upcoming Events

Oct
21

OMS Volleyball Banquet

Sun Oct 21 2018
Oct
22

Drug Free Red Ribbon Week

Mon Oct 22 2018
to Wed Oct 31 2018
Oct
24

7th Grade Vision Screening

Wed Oct 24 2018
Oct
24

CPR Training

Wed Oct 24 2018
Oct
24

PAV Training

Wed Oct 24 2018
Oct
26

First Quarter Ends

Fri Oct 26 2018
Oct
30

Picture Retakes

Tue Oct 30 2018
Oct
31

Pep Assembly

Wed Oct 31 2018

Lunch Menu

Warrior Walk Fundraiser

walk
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