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Coach Hardman is Named Spring Coach of the Season; Now in the Running for Coach of the Year!

Thanks to the votes of the Green Bear faithful, baseball coach Chris Hardman has been named the BCSN Spring Coach of the Season. He is now in the running for Coach of the Year. Coach Hardman is going up against the Fall Coach of the Season, Amanda Gray of Central Catholic, and the Winter Coach of the Season, Chad Marzec of St. John’s.

Get those Green Bear votes going again! Go to http://www.bcsn.tv/coachofyear to vote for Coach Hardman. One vote per device per 24 hour period is allowed. Voting will end at midnight next Thursday, May 4. Vote every day and encourage your friends and family to do the same! 

Ariel Cummings Sets New School Shot Put Record

Ariel Cummings sets new school school shot put record with a throw of 34’ 3” breaking the old record of  33’ 11.5” set by Jenie Ward in 1982.

Global Youth Service

Members of the Challenge Crew participated in Global Youth Service Day by volunteering for the "Mind, Body, You" program for upper elementary students at Ottawa Hills Elementary School on Friday, April 15. The students led a break-out session for the fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students focused on drug and alcohol prevention strategies.  Global Youth Service Day is the largest annual service event in the world.  Each year on this day, millions of youth around the world spend the day doing volunteer work to improve their communities. More information can be found at http://gysd.org. Thanks to Challenge Crew advisor Debbie Dolgin and to our Challenge Crew members for providing this volunteer service to our elementary students.

Students Learn About Suicide Prevention

Danielle Cisterno from Lucas County Suicide Prevention Coalition recently visited students in health and physical education classes. The purpose of the visit was to create awareness about mental health issues facing teens. Students learned about risk factors, protective factors, warning signs, and available resources. In addition, the Coalition, along with the National Alliance on Mental Health of Greater Toledo (NAMI), presented to Ottawa Hills Junior/Senior High School faculty and staff at their recent staff meeting. The guest speakers gave presentations to the staff regarding issues facing our teen population.  The organizations have been working in partnership with Debbie Dolgin, Greg Neuendorf, Darcy Browne, and Jackie Patterson to provide resources and training for our school.

All Are Invited to OHSPA's Year-End Luncheon

If you are the parent of an Ottawa Hills student, you are automatically a member of the Ottawa Hills Schools Parent Association. No registration or fee required. What better way to get to know OHSPA than by attending the year-end luncheon? Grab some friends and make it group event. This year's keynote speaker is Kristi Hoffman, CEO of Total Package Global. Kristi will share a master plan for living the fit, healthy, fun, and centered "total package" lifestyle.

The luncheon will be at Inverness on Friday, May 6 at 12:00 p.m. Also on the agenda is a review of the "wish list" items that have been requested by O.H. teachers for end-of-year disbursements. You can access the lunch reservation form here. Questions can be directed to Jen Wagoner at 419-346-6467.