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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.

 



Upcoming Events
Board of Trustees Meeting
Central Language Academy
12/11/2014 7:00 PM
 


Thank you Cardenas Markets, Inc. for your continued support for OMSD 

Thank you Cardenas Markets, Inc. and Public Affairs Director Mr. Marco Robles for demonstrating the importance of education and commitment to the families of OMSD by providing educational opportunities through philanthropic work.  Cardenas Markets was one of the first donors to the Ontario-Montclair Schools Foundation and the Promise Scholars program.  To date, Cardenas Markets is the single largest donor who helped build the Promise Scholars scholarships and demonstrates to other companies and donors the value of the program.  Cardenas Markets supports Promise Scholars events, school site events, and local community events through their monetary contributions, as well as food donations, and many other resources that make these events successful and possible.

Currently, Marco Robles serves as Public Affairs Director for Cardenas Markets and has been invaluable in building the relationship between OMSD and Cardenas Markets. The leadership of Marco Robles, along with his commitment to making a difference for students throughout the Inland Empire has opened doors for further opportunities and a partnership with Cardenas Markets and the OMSD.


We are happy to present our 2014 Chess Tournament Winners!

The 2014 elementary chess tournament was held this past Saturday at the Montclair Recreation Center.  A big Thank you to the city of Montclair and THINK Together for their assistance with this great event. The event began with 56 students. Students competed in the first round robin contest playing three games with contestants at their table. After the first round, the field was cut to 28 students. Those 28 students then competed in another round robin session. They once again played three games with the contestants at their table. After the second round robin, the field was cut to 14 students. Those 14 students then competed in a single elimination format to cut the field to the final 4. In the end, Emmanuel Peralta from Euclid Elementary was the winner. Congratulation to all the contestants and a special congratulation to Emmanuel! 

1st Place – Emmanuel Peralta (Euclid Elementary)

2nd Place – Charles Gonzales (Moreno Elementary)


The Annual OMSD Fitness and Family Time at Skate Express

Rolling our way to Fitness and Family Time On a Thursday night in October the Physical Education team servicing the schools of Arroyo, Howard, and Vista Grande Elementary Schools held their annual Family Fitness Skate Night at Skate Express. There were approximately 350 students and their parents in attendance.  The event was filled with families taking to the skating rink, many for the first time, for a night on wheels. The PE teachers were so proud to see how many OMSD families made the choice during their busy schedules to participate in this heart healthy activity outside of the normal school setting.  A special thank you to the wonderful OMSD Physical Education Team for hosting this outstanding family event.


Monte Vista receives a school makeover hosted by the Inland Empire United Way

An exciting event recently took place at Monte Vista Elementary School.  Monte Vista received a school makeover hosted by the Inland Empire United Way. Over 300 volunteers came to Monte Vista to paint murals, work in the extensive garden that students had cultivated, and build an agility course on the primary playground. Volunteers also decorated the kindergarten playground with academic murals displaying high-frequency words. 

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olunteers were welcomed by Greg Bradbard of the Inland Empire United Way, the Mayor of Montclair, Paul Eaton, and the Ontario Montclair School District Board of Trustees President Elvia M. Rivas and Trustee Kris Brake. 

Monte Vista is the third school to receive a school makeover in the Ontario Montclair School District by the Inland Empire United Way in the last several years.  The district is very fortunate to have such a wonderful partner in the inland Empire United Way. 



Oaks Eagle Pride Band visits Toyota

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, Toyota North America Parts Center in Ontario, invited Oaks Middle School to perform at their facility. For many students, this was their first opportunity to perform for an audience outside of the school. The event was fun for all who attended and Oaks’ Eagles truly soared as they represented their school. At one point, Mrs. Kubota, Oaks’ new band director, had the audience participating with the music.  Earlier this month, Mr. Esquivel, from Toyota, visited Oaks as part of a mentor program offered through Toyota. Mr. Esquivel worked with students from the new Gateway to Technology Academy. His presentation reinforced the “Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens” coursework. Oaks has truly benefited from their association with the Toyota Corporation.  


Major League Baseball player #55 Jermaine Curtis from the St. Louis Cardinals visits Sultana Elementary!!!

Sultana Elementary 5th and 6th grade students were inspired at a special assembly where their guest speaker was Major League Baseball player #55 Jermaine Curtis from the St. Louis Cardinals!!  He delivered a message for students to focus on five areas: dream big, work hard, show respect, be dedicated, and finish your education.  This message compliments Sultana’s Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)  behavior expectations for all students to be safe, responsible, and respectful and Sultana's focus on providing all students a pathway to career and college through the OMSD Promise Scholars program.  Mr. Curtis shared his story of growing up and attending school in the Inland Empire, attending college at UCLA, and being drafted into Major League Baseball.  He wanted to keep the connection with Sultana going by presenting the school with a plaque to recognize student achievements on a monthly basis.  He will send a congratulatory video every month to recognize students as well.  His final challenge to students is to never give up in achieving their dreams!  Thank you Mr. Curtis for inspiring students and giving back to the community!!!

Board of Trustees acknowledged the Consulate General of Mexico

Thank you Consulate General of Mexico in San Bernardino for demonstrating commitment to the families of the Ontario-Montclair School District by providing educational opportunities and pathways from primary through career readiness.  The Board of Trustees acknowledged the Consulate General of Mexico by adopting a Resolution acknowledging the teamwork, contributions, collaboration and commitment to the families of the Ontario-Montclair School District.


COLLEGE DAY 2014 at Corona Elementary

Did you hear the marching bands?  Did you see the parade of university colors represented?  Corona Elementary School hosted its 9th Annual College Day on October 10th, 2014.  College fight songs were playing and pom-poms were waving while Corona School welcomed parents and community leaders to a whole school assembly to showcase Corona’s college bound culture.  “This event is getting bigger and better each year as we focus on developing college and career ready students here at Corona,” remarked Sal Flores, Principal of Corona School.  “Each teacher has chosen a university to highlight in the classroom, and students have learned chants or cheers for that school.  Today they are all wearing their brand new college t-shirts which they will now wear every Monday to start each week with our college focus.   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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