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The Ontario-Montclair School District and OMSD TV are proud to  present our first episode of the 2014-2015 school year. In this episode we visit the amazing De Anza Middle School and OMSD’s First Annual Cross-Country event.


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OMSD Board of Trustees Honors Wiltsey Middle School

Gaining International Baccalaureate (IB) authorization is a lengthy and time intensive process that involves in-depth staff development, careful instructional planning, and deliberate changes to the school environment.  Wiltsey Middle Staff members took on that challenge and have become an IB World School!  At the September 4th Board of Trustees meeting, a Resolution was unanimously passed honoring Wiltsey Middle School.  Congratulations to the Wiltsey Community!

 Thank you David Choi, Allstar Kia of Pomona and San Bernardino

David Choi, owner of Allstar Kia of Pomona and San Bernardino is a founding donor to the Ontario-Montclair Schools Foundation and the Promise Scholars Program.  Mr. Choi’s generosity, including the annual donation of a new Kia Soul to be given away at the Reindeer Run has been instrumental in the growth of the Promise Scholars Program.    Kurt Anderson (on behalf of Mr. Choi and Allstar Kia) accepted recognition from the OMSD Board of Trustees. 

Vernon Middle School Dance Team at LA County Fair

The Vernon Middle School Dance Team represented their school at the L.A. County Fair.   Eager to show their Panther Pride with blue poms and Vernon uniforms, the students danced in the Montclair, Ontario, & West Covina Day Parade. The dancers smiled and danced non-stop throughout the mile-long parade and were excited to represent their team and school at the fair for the first time.


Elementary Music Teachers Encourage Music Participation

To promote and expose elementary students to the arts and to encourage participation in music, the elementary music teachers visited every elementary school and performed a musical skit featuring the music from the popular movie “Frozen”.    OMSD is one of the very few districts who continue to offer music to elementary students.   The Board of Trustees were also entertained by the teachers at the September 4th Board of Trustees meeting.


Picnic with the Principal

Corona Elementary School is celebrating Highest Attendance Percentages each month with a Picnic with the Principal!  Classrooms with the highest overall attendance percentage for the month by grade level are rewarded with a classroom certificate and trophy to display in the room, but even better than that, they get to eat a picnic style lunch on the playground with music and streamers as well as special games planned just for them. Winning classrooms must have a minimum 98% monthly attendance percentage, however, most of the grade level winners have been well over that with percentages at or above 99% for the month. Read More...

Once a Howard Warrior  --  Always a Howard Warrior

Although Alexis Tran-Luu graduated from Howard Elementary School in 2012, her heart has remained there.   As part of her Girl Scout Project, Alexis designed and built a lost and found cart for the current Howard students to utilize.  The beautiful cart will be placed by the office for all students and parents to find those valuable items that have been left behind. Students and Staff extend a huge thank you to Alexis!

Buena Vista promotes health and wellness!

One of the four major focus areas at Buena Vista Arts-integrated School is to promote health and wellness in a safe and positive school environment.  This year, students have activity options to choose from before school that serves to meet individual needs while promoting physical activity.  Research shows that moderate to vigorous physical activity before learning helps students retain more information in the classroom. Students at Buena Vista are encouraged to begin their day with a healthy breakfast.  The breakfast program begins at 7:20 am every day.  This nutritious start to student’s day provides them the necessary energy to participate in our Morning Mile Club!  Read more...

OMSD Sprinkle Happiness Project

Euclid Elementary School started the year off with the Sprinkle Happiness Project. Volunteers and staff members dressed in bright yellow shirts and held up signs of encouragement as students entered the campus for their first day of school.

Click here to view press release.

OMSD Offers Sports and Activities

The Ontario-Montclair School District is proud to be able to offer athletics and activities that provide extra-curricular activities for all students. Throughout the school year, students can participate in flag football, volleyball, basketball, soccer, track and field, and cross country.   Students will also have the opportunity to be involved in various activities during the school year thanks to our partnership with Think Together and the City of Montclair After School program.

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Sultana and Euclid Elementary Schools families are “Sprinkled with Happiness” 

Students and parents from Sultana and Euclid Elementary Schools (in the Ontario-Montclair School District) were met with a surprise on the first day of school when arriving on campus.  Dozens of community, district and school volunteers, all wearing yellow shirts, were scattered around the school holding powerful messages of love and support.  The organized event, known as a “Happiness Sprinkling”, was designed to welcome all families to the start of a wonderful new school year, and its impact was felt far and wide.

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Hawthorne is the third school in the OMSD IB World Program.

Hawthorne Elementary School students, staff and community have much to celebrate.   Hawthorne has become the third school in the Ontario-Montclair School District to become an International Baccalureate World Programme School.  Bon View Elementary School and Ray Wiltsey Middle recently received authorization as well.
After three years of commitment to developing an instructional program that is rigorous and relevant to the “real” world where learning is not confined within the boundaries of traditional subject areas, Hawthorne has set the bar high in developing students that are destined for success.

Click here to read the Press Release

“IB in Africa” - Wiltsey Staff and Students Modeling the IB Philosophy

In June 2014, ten Wiltsey staff members demonstrated how to be in action and how to make a difference when they traveled to Providence Children’s Home (PCH) in Kenya, Africa. Providence is a home for forty-six orphan girls, it operates a free community health clinic and has a school for five hundred fifty students, grades K-12. The Wiltsey staff members, along with twenty-five other participants, including spouses and children of the Wiltsey staff, started planning in early October 2013 for this trip. They met regularly to plan and raised $44,000 for their projects. Read more...


For the past two years, the Wiltsey Middle School staff has worked tirelessly to meet the philosophy, aims and objectives of the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (MYP).  After sailing through their authorization visit, OMSD proudly announces that Wiltsey Middle School is now an official International Baccalaureate World School!

Wiltsey’s accreditation was approved without any corrections or conditions to their application.  Wiltsey is the second middle school in San Bernardino County to be IB Authorized. Congratulations to the Wiltsey Middle School community, staff, students, and community.
Click here for the Press Release

Promise Scholars Signing Ceremony
Ontario-Montclair School District (OMSD) participated in a signing ceremony that formally accepted the pledge from California State, Bakersfield to become a Promise Partner to ensure a place in college for all OMSD students and encourage students to pursue a higher education.

The “Promise Partner” education institutions, OMSD, Chaffey Joint Union High School District, Chaffey College, California State University, San Bernardino and now California State University, Bakersfield are committed to making college a reality for all OMSD students through the Promise Scholars program.
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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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