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In partnership with our community, Ottawa Hills Local Schools will challenge and inspire each student to realize his or her unique potential; to embrace learning as a lifelong process; and to become an active, responsible citizen.


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Please Complete Community Survey

On behalf of the Board of Education, Great Lakes Marketing sent out a survey to all community members this week. The survey asks Villagers to respond to a variety of issues, including facility needs. Please take the time to complete the survey and return it no later than March 24. You can also take the survey online at http://OHSchoolSurvey.com.

RSVP Now for April 7 Legacy Luncheon

Brochure for Legacy Luncheon

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Sixth Graders Invited to "Get Connected"

Logo for Games Galore

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Carnival 2017

Picture of 2017 Carnival Logo

It is time to name the 2017 Carnival.  The actual carnival will take place on Friday, May 19, 2017.  Will your child receive the fame and fortune of naming the 2017 Carnival?  If his/her idea is selected, he/she will receive a free Carnival wristband for the big day! Return your completed entry form by Friday, April 7. You can access the entry form here.

And, save-the-date for the 2017 Carnival – Friday, May 19, 2017!

Exploring the East

Poster from 6th grades Exploration of the East

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Are You Listening?

Kindergarteners work on there listening skills by drawing leprechauns with only verbal directions

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Sixth Graders Plan for Jr. High

6th graders submit schedule requests for next year

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What in the World is That?

Judy Green shares information about the real people behind "The Little House on the Prairie" seriesSecond graders recently enjoyed a program titled “What in the World is That?” as they completed a unit of study on historical figures and changes over time. Judy Green, a village resident and retired children’s librarian, shared information about Laura Ingalls Wilder and the real people behind theLittle House on the Prairie series. She discussed her collection of artifacts and how they were used in Laura’s daily life. Students enjoyed figuring out the uses of the artifacts and discussing how pioneer childhood differed from their own. Students were able to explore the objects that make appearances in theLittle House on the Prairie books and enjoyed stepping back in time with Mrs. Green.

Scientific Investigations in Fifth Grade

Two fifth graders hold up their balloon powered cars

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Schedule a Round-Table Discussion to Assist Strategic Planning

Ottawa Hills is nearing the end of its five-year strategic plan and will be developing a new plan this spring. To gather community input, Dr. Miller, Superintendent, will hold round-table discussions with Village residents. To host a round-table discussion, gather six to twelve friends and neighbors and schedule a time to meet with Dr. Miller. The deadline for round-table discussions has been extended to April 12. A set of essential questions will be provided for the group ahead of time and will guide the discussion. To schedule a round-table discussion, contact the central office at 419-536-6371.