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Please enjoy a video tour of OMSD’s Central Language Academy. CLA Leadership Students play a key role in leading a campus visit which showcases language enrichment, especially the learning of Mandarin. Other highlights of the video include the many extra-curricular activities offered to students.

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 OMSD Students Visit Chaffey College Men's & Women's Basketball Game

Over 300 students from four Ontario-Montclair School District schools (Moreno, Sultana, De Anza, and Serrano) attended the Chaffey College Men's and Women's basketball game on Wednesday, February 3, 2016. The Serrano Middle School Spartan band also attended and performed music during time-outs and at halftime. After the men's game, all students were able to meet the Chaffey players.  Students were also greeted by and heard Chaffey Men's Basketball Coach Jeff Klein talk about the importance of education. Coach Klein told OMSD students to listen to their teachers, complete their homework, eat healthy, and get plenty of rest.  He shared his excitement regarding one of the student athletes who has all A's on his report card.  Thank you Chaffey College for hosting our students.

Lady Spartans visit Pomona-Pitzer Colleges 

February 3, 2016 is designated as the National Girls and Women in Sports Day and this past Saturday over 40 Lady Spartans from Serrano  Middle School attended this inspirational event hosted by Pomona-Pitzer Colleges.  Serrano girls attend the event annually to ensure Lady Spartans know they are capable of amazing feats.  In the past, girls have heard from some prolific women including Billie Jean King and Gloria Negrete McLeod. This year the girls heard from the women’s tennis coach who spoke about ballet dancer Misty Copeland and overcoming odds relating to this year’s theme, “Go for it!” Way to go Lady Spartans!

Ontario-Montclair School District’s Annual Science Fair

Over 250 projects from grades TK-8 were on display for families to enjoy at the Ontario-Montclair School District’s Annual Science Fair.  Students who earned their spot at this community event had projects that showcased creativity, innovation, and an understanding of scientific and engineering principles.  While all students were able to bring their projects to Oaks for judging, students in 6th-8th grades had the added experience of being interviewed by the judges.  Middle school students came dressed professionally, and handled themselves with poise and confidence as they answered the judges' questions about their projects. Read More...

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All students are invited to participate in OMSD’s 1st Annual Art Contest
Todos los estudiantes están invitados a participar en el 1er Concurso anual de arte de OMSD

All Artwork should be submitted directly to your child’s school between February 16-19, 2016

Click Here for application
Oprima aquí para llenar el formulario

Central Language Academy Interact Club Is Now An Official Part of Rotary 

The Interact Club at Central Language Academy held its inaugural ceremony and became an official part of Rotary!  Mr. Joe Vliestra, Rotary Club President, presented each member with an Interact pin and the school received a Certificate of Organization.  We are extremely excited to launch this club at our school because it is aligned with our philosophy of service and developing global understanding.  So far this year, students in the Interact Club led a dollar drive to assist families in our community whose children are battling cancer.  The funds collected were given to the organization Megan’s Wings.  The club also led a successful canned food drive in collaboration with the Girl Scouts.  We look forward to many more opportunities to serve the community and grow future leaders at CLA.




Wednesday, January 13th, was Career Day for the seventh grade students at WIltsey Middle School. Sixteen community members representing various careers came to speak with students about their professions. Students had the opportunity to choose three professions that they wanted to learn more about.  The guests spoke about the path they followed to make it in their profession, associated jobs, annual incomes and education requirements. The students heard from a neurosurgeon, NASA engineer, mortgage banker, Olympic athlete, landscape architect, police officer, fire fighter, commercial airline pilot, human resource director, ER nurse, computer engineer, civil engineer, U.S. Air Force Colonel, speech pathologist, psychologist and a commercial real estate agent. Our students were very inspired to learn about these various career options.



Our District is excited to share that we are in the final preparation for our upcoming Annual Parent Leadership Conference, which will be held on Wednesday, March 9th at the Double Tree Hotel in Ontario.  School sites are each sending ten parents to participate in the conference, any parent leader interested in attending, should contact their child’s school for more information.

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Come and RAP with Del Norte!

Del Norte welcomed David Oliver, who led all classrooms through a discussion of the history and the beauty of poetry. Students were surprised to learn that one particular form of poetry, the haiku, dates back over 600 years to 14th century Japan.  According to Mr. Oliver, "Poetry is art, and art is the expression of all subjects: math, language and history."  It is through poetry,  students have learned, that they have a ready avenue for expression, an outlet for pent frustration, and vehicle through which they can express both fear and love. Intrigued ears, heard about Rhythmic American Poetry (RAP) and reflected on what we know a poem can be.



State Superintendent Tom Torlakson Visits OMSD Schools

 OMSD Board Members, staff, and students were honored to welcome California State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson as he visited our Vineyard STEM Magnet School and De Anza Middle School. Read More...

Edison Academy Awarded the Five Star School Award

We are very proud to announce that the California Association for the Gifted (CAG) will be honoring Edison Academy of Differentiated Learning with a Five Star School Award.  This honor is given to only two schools annually in the state of California, and Edison is very excited to receive this recognition.  The 5 Star School Award is designed to target various aspects of a school’s program and services to students.  This includes a school’s identification methods, instructional services, program design, and alignment to Common Core Standards. Schools across the state apply for the award and are selected by an education panel after a thorough review.  The award will be presented to Edison in February at the CAG Statewide Conference in Palm Springs. Read more...

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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