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The Ottawa Hills School District believes that a dynamic program of Junior High and High School athletics is vital to the emotional and physical development of our students. The Ottawa Hills Athletic Program provides a variety of experiences to enhance the development of positive student habits and attitudes that will prepare them for life after high school.
Geoff Beans has been named to the Associated Press All Ohio boys basketball first team in Division IV. Beans a 6-7 wing who will play at Furman University averaged 17.6 points and 4.5 rebounds for the Toledo Area Athletic Conference Champions.
Congratulations to the 7th & 8th Grade Boys and the 7th Grade Girls Basketball Teams on their wins. They are now 2014 TAAC Champions!
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To keep up-to-date with the OH athletic calendar, you can create a 'My Dynacal' account and receive text messages or e-mail alerts when changes are made.
Click here for directions on how to create a 'My Dynacal' account. You will receive alerts as changes are made throughout the year.
Get ready for spring sports!
***All students will need to have a physical before they will be allowed to practice. Physical forms may be downloaded from this website - under forms.
NEW Athletic Concussion Regulations - Important to read below:
It is important for all involved in interscholastic athletic at Ottawa Hills Junior, Senior High School to recognize the potential for catastrophic injury and even death from concussion. It is the ultimate responsibility of the coaching staff in all sports to ensure that students are only put into practice or contest if they are physically capable of performing. However, all individuals involved in the conduct of interscholastic competition have responsibilities in this endeavor.
This information sheet is provided to assist you and your child in recognizing the signs and symptoms of a concussion. Every athlete is different and responds to a brain injury differently, so seek medical attention if you suspect your child has a concussion.
Once a concussion occurs, it is very important your athlete return to normal activities slowly.
Please consult with our Athletic Trainer or your family physician for information.
All Parents/Guardians and athletes must sign return to Athletic Department the Concussion Information Sheet before they participate in Practice or Contests.
Click below to print the Concussion Information Sheet and Form to be signed and returned to the Athletic office.
Ohio Department of Health Concussion Information Sheet
Information from OHSAA (Ohio High School Athletic Association)
Ottawa Hills sports are governed by the OHSAA (Ohio High School Athletic Association) rules. Two publications may help parents be current on their guidelines. Click here for the Guide to Participation in 7th and 8th Grade Athletics. And click here for the 2013-14 Student-Athlete Eligibility Guide. These publication can help you understand the OHSAA guidelines.