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6th Grade Parent Night Scheduled

Ottawa Hills Junior High School will hold the annual 6th Grade Parent night on Wednesday, February 11 from 7-8 p.m. in the auditorium at Ottawa Hills Junior/Senior High School.

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Advisories + Youth 2 Youth = Unplugged

After a hard week of exams, nearly one hundred junior high students came to unwind, enjoy an ice cream bar, play some cards, and watch the movie "Frozen." The event was sponsored by Junior High Advisories, OHSPA, and Youth2Youth with the purpose of creating an inviting and comfortable environment for

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OHHS Student Gets Great Response for Cell Phone Drive

As part of a self-initiated community service project, sophomore Renae Goik collected 136 used cell phones to benefit Safe Horizon, a shelter for victims of domestic violence. Valuable parts from the phones were reclaimed and sold to a recycling company. Part of the proceeds were donated to Safe Horizon. Renae

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Ice Hockey Needs More Cowbell!

O.H. Ice Hockey played an exceptional game against Columbus Bishop Watterson at Ottawa Park on January 17, dropping a close contest 9-6. According to faculty advisor Mark Nusbaum, “They were a classy group of guys with good coaches and

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Popular Destinations Explored in Public Speaking

Students in Lauren Hurst’s Public Speaking class were asked to make a case for the best vacation destination as part of their final exam. Through creative and well-organized slideshows and colorful commentary, students described popular attractions,

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O.H. Hockey Will Skate For Gliding Stars

The OH Hockey team has been working very hard to create a benefit game for Gliding Stars. The game will take place on Sunday, February 1 at 1:00 p.m. when the Green Bears take on Sylvania Southview at Tam-O-Shanter. Proceeds from the game will go to Gliding Stars of Toledo.

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“Serenade Your Sweetheart”

The Ottawa Hills High School Choraliers will surprise your sweetheart on Thursday February 12th with a Valentine serenade! For $50, this talented musical group will entertain your special Valentine with two musical selections and present them with flowers and candy. All proceeds raised will be donated to The American Brain Tumor Association.

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The Art of Cut Paper

Inspired by Toledo area artist Mary Gaynier, students in Kristin Johnson’s art classes created paper cutouts. In 2012, Gaynier was invited to be an artist-in-residence at Ottawa Hills and shared the artistry of her intricate paper-cut snowflake designs. Since that time, Art teacher Kristin Johnson says, “Students in 2D

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Berry, Eichbauer, and Lathrop Representing O.H.

This year we have three students representing Ottawa Hills in area swim competitions. Freshmen Caroline Lathrop and Addie Eichbauer have joined junior Kelsi Berry in the pool. So far, the girls have competed in two invitationals and hope to do two more before sectionals. Parents R.L. and Karen Berry and Wendy Vischer are the official coaches with some help from Kathy

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Students Show Spirit at Sports Assembly

Wednesday, January 7, junior and senor high students gathered in the main gym for the winter sports assembly. Teams and captains of boys and girls basketball, hockey, swimming, and gymnastics were acknowledged. Many thanks to Student Council members and advisor Jessica Temple,

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2014 Mesasa earns Scholastic Honors

Recently, OHHS was notified that the 2014 Mesasa earned second place for high schools with enrollments of 500 or less in the Scholastic Yearbooks and Magazine Awards. The proclamation states, "It is with continuing and great pleasure that we announce the winners of the American Scholastic Press Association's Annual Review and Contest Awards for scholastic yearbooks, magazines, and other publications. We applaud all members for their dedication and concern for the improvement of their publications."

 

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Honor Your Senior with an Ad in the 2015 Mesasa

Parents, siblings, relatives, and friends have an opportunity to purchase ad space in the 2014-2015 edition of Mesasa, the Ottawa Hills High School yearbook. Now is the time to gather the baby pictures and personalized messages for your child’s senior yearbook.

Make sure to collect clear, sharp, colorful photos. Don’t worry about the size of your photos. We will reduce them for you to fit in the space provided. All hard copy photographs will be returned in their original condition when the books are delivered. The

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Volunteer Focus Helps the Hungry

On December 19, students from Volunteer Focus helped pack more than 250 boxes of food for the 35th annual food drive of Our Lady of Lourdes food bank in south Toledo. Former Villager and parent Tim Gruber started the partnership with former science teacher Marv Rotundo many years ago.

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Volunteer Focus Helps the Hungry

On December 19, students from Volunteer Focus helped pack more than 250 boxes of food for the 35th annual food drive of Our Lady of Lourdes food bank in south Toledo. Former Villager and parent Tim Gruber started the partnership with former science teacher Marv Rotundo many

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Mr. Erickson Chairs National Conference Presentation

Recently , O.H. Athletic Director Tim Erickson chaired a new Leadership Training Course, titled "LTC 626" at the National Interscholastic  Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA) Conference. Mr. Erickson, along with Gretchen Mohney from Michigan and Larry Waters from New Mexico, presented

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