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The Ontario-Montclair School District and OMSD TV are proud to present our second episode of the 2014-2015 school year. In this episode we visit Lehigh Elementary School who was recently accepted in the No Excuses University (NEU) Network of Schools last year. Lehigh takes us on a journey into the future where we get to see how No Excuses University helped our students realize their dreams.


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Arroyo Student Ambassadors Recognized

Because of their hard work, Arroyo IB Student Ambassadors received recognition from Jane Goodall, her Roots & Shoots program, and the Jane Goodall Institute.  Arroyo IB Ambassadors are a group of 4th and 5th grade leaders that take action big and small to better our community and world.  They were praised by Dr. Jane for their “dedication to making positive change happen for people, animals, and the environment.”  Projects done by this group of students and others around the globe can be seen on this website: https://www.rootsandshoots.org/

 


 

Step into California History

There is no better way to learn about our rich California history than to experience it. That is precisely what the OMSD eighth grade students did. On May 3, 2015, one hundred sixty-eight OMSD eighth grade students and twenty OMSD teacher and mentor chaperones set out for a five day field trip to Sacramento and San Francisco. Day one was spent traveling in luxury charter busses to Sacramento. In the evening the group went to the movie theater to see “Little Boy”. On day two students took a private tour of our State Capitol Building and traveled to Old Town Sacramento where they toured the historic city. Read more... 

 


Euclid School Welcomes Senator Connie Leyva

Recently, Senator Connie Leyva and several members of OMSD Staff and community members visited Euclid’s Jag Café to share lunch with over 300 students. This visit was in support of promoting a healthy lifestyle, good nutrition and eating habits for all of our OMSD students. It is the goal of OMSD to promote nutrition education, physical activity and other school-based activities that are designed to promote student wellness. Click here to learn more about our Food & Nutrition Services department.


Edison Students Jog for Fun

Edison had many great activities this year and this year came to a close with a spectacular Jog-a-thon organized by Edison’s wonderful PFO. Students were encouraged to return a pledge sheet, allowing them to walk, jog, or run for a certain amount of time depending on their grade level. The funds collected will be used to pay for fieldtrips and purchase any materials that will enrich Edison’s school programs. With music playing in the background and encouraged by parents, staff, and players from the Ontario Fury, students jogged several laps around the field. After every lap, each student received a raffle ticket giving them a chance to win one of two bicycles. In addition to fun and exercise, students who raised $25 or more, received a free t-shirt.


 

Multilingual Recognition Awards

Congratulations to Arlene Rodriguez (Central Language Academy Principal), Isabel Santos (Vernon Middle School Newcomer Teacher), Silvia Vargas (Paraprofessional), Lourdes Mendoza (Parent Volunteer) and Soledad Franco (Administrative Assistant, Learning & Teaching) for being honored during the San Bernardino County Superintendent Of Schools Multilingual Recognition Dinner.  This annual recognition program promotes the quality of education for language learners by celebrating the dedication of individuals who have made a difference in the lives of students and families.


Rising Stars

OMSD hosted its first Annual “Rising Star” recognition ceremony. This fantastic event was created to recognize students who have experienced a variety of challenges in their lives which have had an initial impact on their academic growth and school behavior.  However, through hard work, perseverance, and guidance, these students have “turned a corner” and are now on a path to academic growth and success.

District Mentors recognized students for taking charge of their lives and making a positive future for themselves.  Over 250 family and staff members joined the celebration to honor these wonderful students.

Congratulations to the 2015 “Rising Stars”!


WILTSEY IB STUDENTS MAKING A DIFFERENCE 

Wiltsey eighth grade students were actively engaged in community service as a part of  the IB Programme this year. Students researched and identified community and/or world issues and explored and implement solutions as a part of their IB Design class requirements. There were many projects this year that were amazing. Students held a film festival to raise money for St Judes Children Hospital, an after school car wash raised money for a local homeless shelter, another group of students presented an informative and emotional school wide Powerpoint presentation on autism during National Autism Day, and another group designed and built equipment for a local animal shelter to name a few. The picture above is of Wiltsey eighth grade students working on feline bunk beds for the local animal shelter. Through community service, students are learning how to use their education to reach out to their community and make a difference. What a positive experience this has been for the WIltsey students in living out the IB philosophy.


University of La Verne Joins Promise Scholars Team

The Ontario-Montclair School District and Chaffey Joint Union High School District are partnering with the University of La Verne to expand services through the Ontario-Montclair Promise Scholars Program.  A signing ceremony was held at the University of La Verne on Friday, May 8, 2015 to mark the occasion.  Dr. Devorah Lieberman, University of La Verne President, Mat Holton, Chaffey Joint Union High School District Superintendent, and Dr. James Q. Hammond, Ontario-Montclair School District Superintendent signed the Promise Scholars agreement to expand services for OMSD student.

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ROBOT RALLY!

Over 200 Vineyard STEM students and Euclid Elementary students came together for the second annual OMSD Robotics Rally held at Vineyard School.  Students were engaged in testing their robots against one another in a series of team competitions. This battle gave our OMSD robotics teams the opportunity to make adjustments to their robots’ design and revisions to their programming prior to the upcoming Robotics Rally at Cal Poly Pomona on May 8th.  At this upcoming Rally, OMSD students will challenge other robotics teams from across the Inland Valley.  Read More...

 


OMSD Hosts 2nd Annual Cross Country Event

The 2nd Annual Cross Country event brought over 400 students to the Briggs Education Center for a morning of fun and competition.  The morning began with over 40 special needs students racing, with the assistance of staff, through the streets in the surrounding neighborhood.  Every special needs student finished the route to the cheers of other students encouraging them.  Once they crossed the finish line, each received a medal.

There were four heats for the general education students (7th grade boys and girls; 8th grade boys and girls). 

At the end of all the competition, Edison GATE Academy was awarded the top team prize; Vernon and Wiltsey tied for second; and Oaks and Vina Danks tied for third.

Congratulations to all participants, coaches, parents and schools.  Thank you to District Office personnel for assisting students and to the Aspiring Administrators Group (Melissa Scotti, Stacia Neer, Wanda Rhodes, Maria Dunlap, Michelle McMahon, and Armando Arredondo) , along with the leadership of TOA Wayne Bradley for organizing the extraordinary event.  Another thank you to the City of Ontario’s Police Department and Public Works Department for closing and securing the streets for our students.


About OMSD
The Ontario-Montclair School District was founded in 1884 and is currently the third largest elementary school district in California.  The district covers most of the City of Ontario, Montclair, portions of Upland, and unincorporated areas of San Bernardino County.  Serving 22,755 students, the district has 26 elementary schools, and six middle schools.

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