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Glow in the Dark Dance Party for Mothers and Sons is May 29

Mothers and sons should put on their glow-in-the-dark accessories and dancing shoes for a special event on May 29 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the OHES gym. The Dance Party is designed for boys from kindergarten through sixth grade. Each boy attending should be accompanied by mom or any significant positive female in his

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Survey Helps Health Department/UT Study

As part of an ongoing approach to improve environmental health conditions in Lucas County, the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department is partnering with the University of Toledo in the process of conducting an Environmental Health Assessment. This assessment is a multi-step process to gather information about

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smART show X! Art Impact: Telling Our Stories

This year's smART show theme invites us to consider the value and impact of arts experiences in our lives and particularly in our school lives. Mark your calendar for Wednesday, April 29 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. to join us for a celebration of creativity.

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OH21 Town Hall Meeting is April 30

The moderator is Jay Berschback, the presenters have compelling stories to share. Mark your calendar. The OH21 Town Hall meeting will be worth your time and attention.

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End of Year State Testing Begins the Week of April 20th

The End of Year (EOY) component of the state PARCC and AIR testing begins at the Junior/Senior High School on Monday, April 20, and runs through through Friday, May 8, 2015.  Elementary testing begins on Tuesday, April 21, with the 3rd Grade OAA Reading test.  PARCC and AIR testing will continue in both buildings over the next three weeks.

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What Did Jay Say?

To enhance the second grade weather unit, village resident and Channel 13 meteorologist Jay Berschback came to visit the second graders on Thursday and shared his expertise on predicting the weather. During his presentation, he demonstrated

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Around the World

Recently, students in Mrs. Currens’ sixth grade LEAP class teamed up with students in Madame Noreen Hanlon’s French III class to work on a project that enabled students to make international connections. Last summer, Mrs. Currens heard

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Chemistry Students Make Use of New Lab Equipment

Mary Kate Hafemann’s chemistry classes have been utilizing new Computer-Based Lab (CBL) equipment this year. The CBL equipment was purchased last year with generous funds from the Ottawa Hills Schools Parent Association. Most recently, students used the pH probes during their titration lab.

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"You Be the Chemist" Challenge

Congratulations to You Be the Chemist Challenge (YBTC) finalists Daniel Liu, Priya Bhatt, Neha Kazmi, Zihua Qian, Zara Ahmed, and Josh Assi. They will participate in the state competition on April 18 at Bowsher High School where they hope to qualify for nationals in Philadelphia in June. The You Be The

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Model UN Attends BiGMUN

On Saturday, March 21, Ottawa Hills Model United Nations club members participated in the first Bowling Green Model United Nations Simulation (BiGMUN). The daylong event was a simulation of the Cuban Missile Crisis. Delegates were assigned to various governmental

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National History Day at Ottawa Hills

On Wednesday, March 26, the annual National History Day program culminated in the high school library with the presentation of 74 research projects. Since August, students in the Modern American History course have been researching the lives of notable figures who exemplify the theme

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O.H. Choraliers Take On the Big Apple

“Music puts everything you wish you could say
into words and melody.
Music takes the moments you’ll never forget
and makes them permanent.”
-Stephen Gomez
Not all education takes place in the classroom. At Ottawa Hills, we provide valuable educational experiences for our students within the walls of our school

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