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Ottawa Hills Local Schools Summer Learning Program 2024
The Ottawa Hills Local Schools Summer Learning Program 2024 is now available. Follow the links for your students' 2024-2025 school year grade to see summer learning resources here.
Happy Pi-Day!

Students in Mrs. Griffin's 6th grade math class had a full circle great time on March 14, Pi Day! Students measured the circumference and diameter of various circles to find the ratio of pi, as well as doing art, a word scramble, a maze, and, of course, eating pie!

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Elementary teachers and staff welcome the new school year in the new Wondry!
Student Council holds record canned food drive!
6th Graders Enjoy Outdoor Education

6th grade camp has been a wonderful tradition that offers students experiences outside the classroom and in the great outdoors. In September the 6th grade team, along with Dr. Bauer, Nurse Baird, our D.A.R.E. Officer Jim, and six cabin leaders from the junior/senior high school accompanied the 6th grade class to Camp Storer. Students enjoyed fire building, archery, rock climbing, fishing, shelter building, and more.

Principal Bauer shows the overflowing bike racks outside the elementary school on National Walk & Roll to School Day

Last spring hundreds of students and staff in K-12 participated in National Walk & Roll to School Day. The Ottawa Hills Schools Parent Association has since provided funding for additional bike racks. 

Last day of school!

Elementary students dressed for field day create a rainbow of Green Bears ready for summer.

Elementary students with the golden sycamore tree.
Elementary students with the golden sycamore tree.
Chefs Special Alphabet Reading
Chefs Special Alphabet Reading

Elementary students in Mrs. Christen's language arts class enjoy a special guest this reading her debut children's book, "Chef's Special Alphabet." Author Paige Gaylord, daughter of Elementary School nurse, Tiffany Gaylord, read her book to several classrooms. Paige was inspired to write this children's book because she always wanted to be a chef and often baked with her grandmother. Now Paige is working towards her Board Certification as a Behavior Analyst and hopes to write more children's books in the future.

5th Grade Students Learn About Worms as Decomposers
5th Grade Students Learn About Worms as Decomposers

Mrs. Genzman's fifth grade science classes studies decomposers. Utilizing the brand new lab tables and Apple TV, students got a up close look at worms and how they work hard to break down matter. The worms, along with their castings, will be used after the experiment to help fertilize the native plants and wildflowers growing around the Land Lab. 

Fourth Graders learn about stars and asteroids at UT Ritter Planetarium
Fourth Graders learn about stars and asteroids at UT Ritter Planetarium

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