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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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7/2/2015 7:00 PM
 
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Briggs Education Center
7/16/2015 7:00 PM
 
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Central Language Academy 
8/13/2015 7:00 PM
 
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9/10/2015 7:00 PM
 
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De Anza Middle School is a Triple Crown Recipient!

This has been a monumental school year for De Anza Middle School !! De Anza was as one of 7 California Schools to get honored at the 11th Annual “National School’s to Watch” Conference in Washington DC on June 26, 2015.

In addition to this recognition, De Anza Middle School was also acknowledged at the San Bernardino Superintendent of Schools Board meeting as a “Triple Crown” recipient.  Along with the “Schools to Watch” recognition, the state of California also awarded De Anza Middle School the California Gold Ribbon Award and Title I Academic Achievement Award. Both of these awards are very prestigious awards and demonstrate the outstanding work that De Anza Middle school has done over the past few years. 


Thank You to Everyone Who Helped Make The
1st Annual Promise Scholars Golf Tournament
A Great Success!


Corona Elementary School is Now a Member of the No Excuses University Network of Schools!

Corona Elementary School has earned membership to the No Excuses University Network of Schools. To earn this recognition, Corona School demonstrated a commitment to college readiness and through efforts to ensure all children meet standards in reading, writing and math, no matter their challenges. Corona Elementary now is part of a growing No Excuses Network of Schools across the country.

Congratulations Corona Elementary School.


   

Four OMSD Schools Receive State Recognition

Buena Vista Arts-integrated School; Edison Elementary School; Elderberry Elementary School, and Monte Vista Elementary School were chosen by the Campaign for Business and Education Excellence (CBEE) as 2014 Honor Roll recipients!  

This campaign is known for it’s extensive and rigorous analysis of every public school throughout California. These schools stood out among the thousands because of their success to get students to higher levels of achievement and beyond.

Congratulations!


OMSD to Provide Summer Meals

All students attending a summer program will receive delicious meals at no cost provided by our wonderful Food and Nutrition Services Department. 

OMSD will also be providing summer meals free of charge for any child (ages 1 -18 years) at a variety of school sites and community centers. 

Please click here for more information (dates/times) on Summer Meals at School Sites

Please click here for more information (dates/times) on Summer Meals at Community Centers


 

Summer Reading and Meals

The Ontario-Montclair School District’s Food and Nutrition Services and the Ontario City Library kicked off a Summer Meal Program and the Summer Learning Challenge for our community.  The event featured a magician and comments from OMSD Superintendent Dr. James Hammond and Library Board President Elizabeth Ann Palicki.  The children were served lunch provided by OMSD and were invited to sign up for the City’s summer challenge which provides incentives for children to read during the summer. 

Lunch will continue to be provided Monday-Friday until July 31st from 12:00-2:00 at the library.

 


Kingsley Elementary School Celebrates being a Music Conservatory

The wall that sits front and center in Kingsley Elementary School’s quad is now home to an artistic rendering of the school mascot, Leo the Lion, serving as a music conductor while students sing and play their instruments.  The mural is a fitting backdrop to the mix of musical talent and student performances that take place on the stage as the school celebrated the culmination of their first year as a music conservatory.

Read Press Release.


Congratulations 2015 Retirees!

Best Wishes!


 

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... 

 


 

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”!


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.

Click here for Press Release


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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