Parent Update – May 29, 2013
FINAL BLOG OF THE YEAR TO PUBLISH FRIDAY, JUNE 7TH
Thank you for your patience as we work to complete the District’s final blog post of the year. There’s a lot of great news to share and we want to get it all in! The usual parent email alerts will go out as soon as the blog is finalized and published on Friday. Thank you.
IMPORTANT REMINDER: ALTERNATE TRANSPORTATION FORM DEADLINE IS JUNE 15TH
For those parents needing to designate a single, alternate pick-up / drop-off address for their student for the 2013-2014 school year, the deadline for submitting Alternate Transportation Forms is June 15, 2013. Please click HERE for additional information and to access Alternate Transportation Forms for the 2013-2014 school year. Please call the Transportation office at 427-6350 with any questions.
TWO OFHS STUDENTS FEATURED IN WKYC “BEST OF THE CLASS” COMMERCIALS
Senior Rachel DuBois (pictured at left) is representing Olmsted Falls High School; and fellow OFHS senior Sarah Cochrac (pictured at right) is representing Polaris Career Center. Each was nominated and selected for this annual recognition, and will represent Olmsted Falls High School and Polaris Career Center well! Congratulations to these two outstanding students!
5TH GRADERS IMPRESS TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES WITH PARK DESIGNS
Fifth grade math teacher Mr. Mike Schaffer partnered with the Olmsted Township Trustees last week to provide his students the opportunity to have their “Park Projects” reviewed by local elected officials. Each spring, students in Mr. Schaffer’s class apply their math skills to design a park. Specifications for the park are provided to the students and their design must be drawn to scale and include certain items such as a playground, picnic pavilion, volleyball court, swimming pool, basketball courts, restrooms and a parking lot. In addition to area and perimeter calculations, students must also take into account budget calculations.
Olmsted Township Trustees, Mrs. Sherri Lippus and Mr. Scott Ross, volunteered their time to review and select top park designs in various categories. Mrs. Lippus and Mr. Scott were so impressed with the students’ work, they plan to showcase the parks at their June Township Trustees Meeting and recognize the budding young green space designers! Kudos to all of Mr. Schaffer’s 5th grade students for their excellent work! And thank you to the Olmsted Township Trustees for their participation!
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: DISTRICT TO TRANSITION TO ON-LINE REGISTRATION THIS FALL
Following the successful implementation of the District’s new on-line enrollment system (for students new to the District) this spring, Olmsted Falls Schools will begin using the new system for returning students this fall. The District’s new InfoSnap system will enable parents to review and update all of the information for their student(s) on-line.
Parents of all Bulldog students currently enrolled in Olmsted Falls School District for the 2012-2013 school year will be receiving a letter via mail this August containing an important “Snap Code” which will provide them confidential access to review and update contact, family, and medical information for each student. Please watch for this important mailing in August!
OLMSTED FALLS PTA RECOGNIZES VOLUNTEERS & STAFF AT ANNUAL AWARDS DINNER
Congratulations to Middle School PTA President Ann Simon for receiving this year’s PTA Volunteer of the Year Award at the annual PTA Volunteer Celebration and Installation Dinner held last Thursday evening at Olmsted Falls Intermediate School. Ann was nominated by fellow OFMS PTA member, Katie Fiddler. Many thanks to Ann for her continuing commitment to the students of Olmsted Falls Schools!
Kudos also goes out to all of the other Volunteer of the Year Award nominees: Michelle Hutchinson and Sandy Price, nominated by OECPTA; Lori Surtman nominated by Falls-Lenox/ECC PTA; Deana Harb nominated by OFIS PTA; and Denise Olszewski nominated by OFHS PTA. The impact each of you have on our students, our schools and our community is truly invaluable.
Thank you to this year’s Volunteer of the Year nominees and ALL of our PTA members throughout the District!
Congratulations also to Olmsted Falls Middle School Social Studies Teacher Mr. Dan Largent on being named PTA Educator of the Year for his ongoing dedication to the Parent Teacher Association, his daily commitment to students and his positive impact in the Olmsted community.
In addition to his daily work with students at OFMS, Mr. Largent is the head coach of the Olmsted Falls High School Varsity Baseball Team, and has been commended for instilling in his team members the importance of community service.
Finally, congratulations are extended to Ohio PTA Helping Hands Award winner Kim Petrina, who was also recognized at this year’s PTA Volunteer Dinner!
Mrs. Petrina, Director of Communications for Olmsted Falls Schools, was recognized for her long-time support in helping promote the activities and efforts of Olmsted Falls PTAs!
Thank you to each of these award recipients and all of our PTA volunteers for your unending work on behalf of the students and families of the Olmsted Falls School System!
OLMSTED FALLS STAFF AND STUDENTS RECEIVE RECOGNITION
On Friday, May 17th the following students and Olmsted Falls School District faculty members were recognized at the Annual Recognizing Excellence in Education for Students with Disabilities Awards ceremony at the Educational Service Center of Cuyahoga County. To view more photos, please click here. The awards were as follows:
Outstanding Peer Achievement Award: Hannah Kho (5th grade)
Outstanding Peer Achievement Award: Kyle Rolland (12th grade)
Outstanding Educator Achievement Award: Jayne Reitz (3rd Grade Teacher) and Doreen “Terry” McLellan (HS Paraprofessional, not pictured)
OLMSTED FALLS PTA COUNCIL CONGRATULATES “REFLECTIONS” WINNERS
More than 90 students from Olmsted Falls participated in this year’s “Reflections” contest. “Reflections” is an annual cultural arts program held through National PTA. Children in preschool through grade 12 are encouraged to create and submit works of art in six areas: literature, visual arts, photography, dance choreography, film/video and musical composition.
The Reflections program allows PTA’s throughout the state to recognize children for their creativity in portraying yearly themes. The theme of this year’s contest was “The Magic of a Moment”. Two students were awarded Honorable Mentions at the state level for their work. Congratulations Leah LaPinta, Middle School-Photography, and Stephanie Kollar, High School- Film Production. (Pictured at left.)
To view the complete list of local “Reflections” winners, please click HERE. Thanks to all students for their participation. Students are encouraged to start creating for next year’s theme: “Believe, Dream, Inspire.”
OLMSTED FALLS PTA INDUCTS NEW OFFICERS FOR 2013-2014 SCHOOL YEAR
The Olmsted Falls PTA Presidents for 2013-2014 include (pictured from L to R): Leanne LaPinta (OFIS PTA President); Holly Neumann (Falls-Lenox/ECC PTA President); Ann Simon (OFMS PTA President); Amy Krogh (PTA Council President); and Sandra Graham (OFHS PTA President). Not pictured: Beth Mordarski (OECPTA President).
OPERATION MEDICINE CABINET
Saturday, April 27th marked the 6th nationwide drug take-back day sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Agency, in partnership with Drug Task Forces in Northeast Ohio, Sheriff’s Offices, local Police and Fire departments, Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District, Drug Awareness and Prevention Inc., and many other local organizations. PTA and High School student volunteers assisted officers of the Olmsted Falls Police Department to collect over 40 pounds of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription and over-the-counter drugs.
Together, the partners helped residents in northeast Ohio safely dispose of over 18,0000 pounds of outdated or unwanted prescription medications. According to the DEA Cleveland Resident Office Agent in Charge Gene Corley, “The exact poundage was 18,124 pounds, and covered the following counties: Ashland, Ashtabula, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Holmes, Huron, Lorain, Marion, Medina, Richland, Seneca, Stark, Summit, Wayne and Wyandot.”
If area residents missed the collection and would like to dispose of unwanted medicines, the Olmsted Township Police Department has a permanent drop box. Many communities have installed permanent drop boxes in local police stations. In Cuyahoga County, visit http://sheriff.cuyahogacounty.us/en-US/RxDrugDropBoxProgram.aspx for a list of locations; or all other counties, visit http://rxdrugdropbox.org/ .
Many thanks to the Olmsted Falls Police Department and our High school volunteers Emily and Jake Olszewski and Natalie Ferrini for making this a successful event.
PROJECT “LEAD THE WAY” PIONEERS GRADUATE
“It’s been an amazing four years. These students from day one exceeded my expectations with all they did”, declared Peter DuBois, the teacher of the program. “I will miss this class as they were the true pioneers of the program.”
AWARDS DAY FOR TOP OWE STUDENTS
The Occupational Work Experience (OWE) Work Study Program Awards Day was held on May 22nd at the Village Green. Congratulations to the following students for their outstanding effort this year!
Graduating Seniors: Angel Alderman, Kristy Bass, Tatiana Rodgers, Kailee Ryder, Brandon Sawyer, Alex Staten, and Corey Varga
Top Society Game Players: Austin Balnius and Catherine Mahoney
STUDENT OF THE YEAR: Rebecca Wayne (Junior)
KIWANIS RECOGNIZE OFHS STUDENTS
On Tuesday May 21 the following students were recognized at the Olmsted Falls Kiwanis Meeting for receiving the Kiwanis Contributors Club Award for their volunteerism during the 2012-2013 school year. Their names will be engraved onto the plaque which hangs near the HS student office.
Allyson Kuehn (12th grade)
Hayley Reeves (12th grade)**not pictured
Kyle Rolland (12th grade)
ANNUAL SERVICE PROJECT HELPS KEMPER HOUSE RESIDENTS
This year, student council hand painted pots and planted flowers in them to give to female residents at Kemper House for Mother’s Day. The residents were so appreciative and the gifts brightened their holidays.
SEVENTH GRADERS PARTNER WITH SECOND GRADERS TO CREATE POETRY
On Tuesday, May 21st, seventh grade students from Ms. Grodek’s class partnered up with second grade students in Mrs. Gommel, Mrs. Mlady, and Mrs. Timura’s class to do a poetry reading. The seventh grade students have spent some time understanding and writing various types of poems, and some of the poems were written specifically about their second grade buddy! The second grade students provided their buddy with some information about themselves in order to help make the poetry writing easier. Lessons that the second graders learned were how to use adjectives, nouns, verbs, and onomatopoeia’s to make your writing more interesting. What a great partnership for writing and fun! For more photos, please click here.
ECC/FALLS-LENOX STUDENTS RECOGNIZED AS HEALTHY HEROES
The Healthy Hero Program is designed to teach kids in grades pre-K to 3rd healthy habits such as eating healthy, exercising every day, power washing your hands, coughing and sneezing in your sleeve, and sleeping well. Students earn a small prize for doing healthy tasks at home. Each month, participants were entered into a drawing to win a $5 gift card from Toys-R-Us.
Congratulations to the May winner, ECC student, Mercedes Cooper. She is pictured at left with her aunt Michelle Fogler and Mrs. Heinrich. Pictured at right is Falls-Lenox winner Katelyn Pickett. A BIG THANK YOU to the Falls-Lenox/ECC PTA for donating the gift cards used for this important program.
MEET MRS. ECKERT!
Mrs. Audrey Eckert is a 4th grade language arts and social studies teacher at OFIS. Additionally, she has worked with the language arts committee implementing Reader’s Workshop into our district and is a member of the District Leadership Team.
Mrs. Eckert loves being a teacher and is always thrilled to see a student have an “Aha” moment, or when they finally find a book they can’t put down. She hopes that her own love of books will rub off onto her students so that they can become lifelong readers.
Mrs. Eckert believes that Olmsted Falls is an awesome place to work because of the dedicated individuals with whom she teaches, and the community that rallies around those in need. In her spare time, Mrs. Eckert, a resident of Olmsted Township, enjoys gardening, cooking, and spending time with her husband Doug, and six-year old son, Wynton.
OFHS WEIGHT ROOM OPEN TO STUDENTS AND ALUMNI THIS SUMMER
This summer the OFHS weight room is being sponsored by the Olmsted Falls Board of Education. Starting Friday, June 7th through August 2nd, the weight room will be open every weekday to any Olmsted Falls City Schools student 7th grade and above and OFHS Alumni. Mornings sessions will run from 10:00 a.m. to Noon. Evenings sessions will run from 4:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. The cost is $25 for the summer if received on or before June 5th . If received after June 6th, late registrations cost $40! The completed registration form and checks are due before you will be permitted to work out. Please click here to download a registration form. To Register, MAIL or drop off Registration form to Olmsted Falls High School Main Office…Attn: Summer Weight Room.
LOCAL SUMMER FOOD SERVICE PROGRAMS AVAILABLE
With summer just around the corner, parents may be thinking about what your child will do for meals while school is out. The good news is that the U.S. Department of Agriculture has partnered in our local community with agencies to serve free meals. It’s food that’s in, while school is out. There are no income requirements, and any child under age 18 may come to eat.
For a listing of local Summer Food Service sites in nearby North Olmsted, please click here.
Additionally, below is a website with a map of all of the Summer Food Service sites operating throughout Ohio.
First click on the website: https://oh.cnpcares.com/summer/SfspFoodServByCnty.asp. Then, click on the county where your children will be, if there are sites operating in that community, they will be listed. If more information is needed about the site, call the contact information provided. Many of the sites also provide activities for the children coming to the site.
SWIM AND DIVE TEAM SUMMER SCHOLARSHIP AWARD OPPORTUNITY
We had an amazing season this year. The 2012-2013 Swim and Dive team broke a total of 13 current school records! Incredibly, we also had 15 athletes advance to District Championships. Good Luck to our graduating seniors: Joan Dregalla, Jaime Fossen, Shannon John, Sam Aburaad, Aidan Burton, Jon Levin, and Cody Locklear. We will miss you! We are preparing for another great season for 2013-2014. Come be a part of the exciting OFHS Swim and Dive team. We offer a summer scholarship to anyone interested in attending a summer program/camp and swimming and/or diving for OFHS next year. Please click here for the application. If you would like more information on joining the team, please contact Coach Laughlin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GIRLS BASKETBALL SUMMER OPEN GYMS FOR CURRENT 4TH – 7TH GRADE GIRLS
The Girls High School and Middle School Basketball coaches along with the OFBA will be having 4 open gyms this summer for girls in grades 4-7. The dates, times, and location are listed below. We would love for you to come and play!
Wednesday, June 26th 4:00-5:30 PM Olmsted Falls High School
Wednesday, July 3rd 10:00-11:30 AM Olmsted Falls High School
Wednesday, July 10th 10:00-11:30 AM Olmsted Falls High School
We will run two floors so that we can separate the players by age/ability level. All players will be supervised by High School and Middle School coaches and parents you are welcome to stay as well. Please click HERE to download the information in a flyer.
OLMSTED FALLS ALUMNI AND ENDOWMENT ASSOCIATION TO HOLD GOLF OUTING
When? Saturday, July 13, 2013 – tee times begin at 9:00 a.m.
Where? Mallard Creek Golf Course, 34500 Royalton Road, Columbia Station
Cost? $85 per golfer includes 18 holes, riding cart, lunch, a fabulous steak dinner, and favor
Format? 4 Person Scramble, no handicaps
REGISTER EARLY—all teams and individuals with paid registrations submitted by May 31 will receive four (4) complimentary raffle tickets per golfer for the AWESOME door prize drawings. There will also be games and a 50/50 raffle! All proceeds benefit the Alumni Association and its Scholarship Programs. Next Wednesday on Honor Day, the Alumni Association will be giving away 48 scholarships/awards totaling $29,400! Pictured at left: The 2012 Winners – Bob Lehman, Heath Krakowiak, Bob Burton, Joe Miles
BULLDOG SUMMER SPORTS CAMP INFORMATION & REGISTRATION FORMS AVAILABLE ON DISTRICT WEBSITE
A listing of 2013 Bulldog Summer Sports Camps put on by the Olmsted Falls Athletic Department has just been added to the District website. The list includes camp dates, registration deadlines, contact information, and links to individual camp information and registration forms.
Please click HERE for the latest 2013 Bulldog Summer Sports Camp information.
SAFETY TOWN 2013 SPONSORED BY THE OLMSTED EARLY CHILDHOOD PTA
Do you have a child starting Kindergarten in the fall? If so, Safety Town is a child accident prevention program for incoming kindergarteners. It is a program that introduces safety awareness and preventative procedures to the children. Children practice real life situations before being confronted with situations on their own. Safety Town is the foundation of safety education.
Safety Town in Olmsted Falls and Olmsted Township is organized through the Olmsted Early Childhood PTA, a non-profit organization consisting of volunteers who seek to unite home, school and the Olmsted community in promoting education, health and safety of children, youth and families. Children who attend will practice safety “out on the town” in a miniaturized city layout designed to teach children safety near roads, railroad crossings, while on their bikes or walking in their neighborhood. Videos, songs and lessons with visits from local Police, Fire and Bus Departments as well as field trips to Police and Fire Departments, all help your child enjoy and understand what he or she is learning. Please click here to find out more and to register.
6TH ANNUAL MIDDLE SCHOOL PTA CALENDAR RAFFLE WINNERS
May 15th – Jack Hirsch – Hanson’s Greenhouse gift card
May 16th – Heather Cruz – Thirty-One Insulated Cooler
May 17th – Judy Strang – Angelina’s gift card
May 18th – Kristen Burgess – Sheetz gift card
May 19th – Amy Smith – Trolley House gift card
May 20th – Heather Michaud – Olmsted Auto Card gift card
May 21st – Mike Kulaga – Fairview Lanes
May 22nd – Hailey Peterson – Subway Gift card and travel mug
May 23rd – Kathy Dean – Starbucks gift card
May 24th – The Rousek Family – Cleveland Browns goodie bag
May 25th – Daniel Fidler – Cutting Garden gift card
May 26th – Toron Marion – RYCO sports gift card
May 27th – Grace Seidel – Mulligan’s Family Fun Park gift pack
May 28th – Gracie Hyppa – Artist Colony gift card
May 29th – Cathy Saweda – Rock Hall tickets
May 30th – The Heine Family – FLB gift card and travel mug
May 31st – Paul Baur – Trolley House gift card
CASE WESTERN RESERVE DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY OFFERING FREE “GIRLS LINK” PROGRAM FOR LOCAL MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS
“Girls Link” is a five-session series of group meetings being offered locally at the North Olmsted branch of the Cuyahoga County Public Library through the Department of Psychology at Case Western Reserve. Girls ages 10-14, enrolled in Middle School, are encouraged to participate. The “Girls Link” meetings at the North Olmsted Library are scheduled for Tuesday nights, June 25, July 2, July 9, July 16 & July 23, from 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. “Girls Link” is a prevention program that encourages girls to make new friends and feel more connected to others her age through peer support and skill-building strategies. For additional information, please click HERE for a flyer and HERE for a brochure. Call and enroll today!
CHECK OUT THE LIBRARY FOR MANY FUN SUMMER PROGRAMS – BE SURE TO CHECK OUT OPPORTUNITIES FOR PRESCHOOL & KINDERGARTEN STUDENTS!!
The Olmsted Falls library has many exciting opportunities this summer, including four Kindergarten readiness programs to get our little ones ready for the new school year and two camps for children and teens. For a complete listing of all the programs, please click here.
OFMS STUDENT COUNCIL GETS CREATIVE TO RAISE FUNDS FOR RELAY FOR LIFE
OFMS Student Council and the Relay for Life team recently came together to help “Shake Out” cancer. For $1.00, students could participate in the filming of a Harlem Shake video, which will be posted to You Tube in the future. For a $5.00 donation, students could wear a costume in the video.
Principal Mark Kurz led the Harlem Shake for 6th grade students, as a reward for raising over $312 just during their lunch period!! Overall, the middle school students raised $570 for Relay for Life. Great job!
“BARK FOR LIFE” EVENT GETS EXCITEMENT GOING FOR UPCOMING OLMSTED FALLS RELAY FOR LIFE
On Saturday, May 25th, Olmsted Falls Relay for Life held the first annual Bark for Life event. A total of seventy-nine registered dogs and their owners showed up to help support the fight against cancer. The event consisted of a walk around the front of the Middle School, vendors, games, photos with the Bulldog mascot, and even a doggy wedding! The event was a huge success, which raised over $2,500 for the American Cancer Society.
We hope to see everyone on June 8th starting at 3 PM for the Olmsted Falls Relay for Life event!
BLOG DEADLINE REMINDER
Items for the District’s Weekly Blog Update must be submitted by 4:00 p.m. each Friday for the following week’s post. The Weekly Blog Update will be published every Wednesday that school is in session. Items should be no more than 125 words and should be sent in paragraph form. To view the new Content Submission Guidelines information sheet, please click here.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you are submitting information about a school or school-connected organization’s fundraising event, you will need to make sure that you have completed and submitted the District’s official Fundraising Form. Once your event has been approved, we will be happy to post/promote the information on the Weekly Blog Update. To download a copy of the Fundraising Form, please click here.
UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS:
- DINE & DONATE TO SUPPORT ROBBY’S VOICE – Friday, May 31st through Saturday, June 1st – LONE STAR STEAKHOUSE IN NORTH OLMSTED –Invite Family, Friends and Neighbors to Lone Star Steakhouse in North Olmsted, Ohio on Friday, May 31st through Saturday, June 1st. Lone Star will donate 15% of full priced items back to Robby’s Voice. Flyer must be presented when you dine. We sincerely appreciate your support! Please click here for the flyer.
- BEACH PARTY!, SATURDAY, JUNE 1st, 7 P.M. – 10 P.M., THE OLMSTED COMMUNITY CENTER – On Saturday, June 1st The Saturday Activity Nights will host a Beach Blast …End of the Year Party! Wear your Tropical Beach Attire! No swim suits please. Enjoy Outside Water Balloon Competitions, Water Bomb the Staff, Beach Ball giveaways, Frisbee throwing competition, Limbo & Hula Hoop contests w/ prizes. Ages 8-13. Cost $8.
- SUMMER YOGA CLASSES OFFERED TUESDAY NIGHTS, 7 – 8 P.M. IN THE DOWNSTAIRS DANCE STUDIO AT OLMSTED COMMUNITY CENTER — Kick off your summer with yoga on Tuesday nights! Serenity Yoga is offering Tuesday evening yoga classes all summer long. For class info, pricing and to reserve your space, please visit www.liveserenityyoga.com or call (216) 282-YOGA.
- WESTVIEW SWIM TEAM – Looking for a fun, physical activity to get your child off the couch and computer this summer? The Westview Swim Team is open to children aged 4 to 18 who are residents of Olmsted Falls/Township AND can swim. We teach competitive swim strokes and compete in meets from June 1 to July 24. We emphasize sportsmanship, teamwork and self-esteem. Many swimmers have gone on to swim competitively in high school and college, earning scholarships and building self-discipline. Kids LOVE our awesome events like Donut Fridays, Swim-a-Thon, secret swimmer and Awards Banquet with pool party! www.whoaconnect.org or contact Catherine Davis @ 440- 427-0514 for additional information.
- FUNDRAISER FOR OFFICER GARY WILSON, JUNE 8, 7:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M., RAZZLES – Please join us at Razzles to support Officer Gary Wilson as he recovers from a motor vehicle accident. Donation is $20 and includes Draft beer, pizza, wings, soft drinks, 50/50 Raffle, Chinese Raffle (gift baskets). For more information, click here.
- RELAY FOR LIFE – SAVE THE DATE: The 4th Annual Relay For Life will be held June 8th– 9th at Olmsted Falls High School. The event begins at 3 p.m. this year! Please help us to Color Out Cancer With A Rainbow Of Hope! Enjoy 18 hours of fun, games, live entertainment, and fireworks! A great FAMILY EVENT! Join us for the opening lap at 3 p.m. – we will be celebrating the survivors of cancer in our community! The Luminaria (candle remembrance) Ceremony is unexplainable….don’t miss it at 9! Luminaria will be followed by an amazing fireworks display and more fun all night long! Getting hungry?? There will be another famous Kiwanis breakfast in the morning. This year’s event is 18 hours and will be attended by thousands of participants and community members! Come see how you can make a difference and help create a world with more birthdays! Visit www.relayforlife.org/olmstedfalls for more information!
- FALLSSTRONG CO-ED SAND VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT – FRIDAY, JUNE 14TH @ 9:30 A.M. AT RAZZLES – Registration: 9:30 – 10 a.m.; Tournament Starts: 10 a.m. Round-robin; min. 6 players per team. All proceeds benefit Danny Cuellar, Ryan Hoffer, Alex Stipek, and Chase DuPratt. Click HERE to download the information / registration form. A SECOND FallsStrong FUNDRAISER AT RAZZLES HAS BEEN ADDED FOR PARENTS ON FRIDAY NIGHT, JUNE 14TH FROM 7-9 P.M. Questions? Please contact email@example.com or visit www.fallsstrong.org.
- BOYS/GIRLS INSTRUCTIONAL SUMMER TENNIS CAMP 2013, JUNE 17 – JUNE 21, 10:30 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. MON, WED, FRI, 12:00 P.M. – 1:30 P.M. TUES, THURS, OFHS TENNIS COURTS – For Boys and Girls entering grades 5th -9th. (Rain Date: Sat, June 22nd), Registration Deadline: Friday June 7th. Cost: $60.00 / per child (includes OCC water bottle). Strong fundamental tennis instruction for boys and girls. Each child should come prepared with: Sunscreen, sunglasses/visor, water and tennis racquet. Register online at www.olmstedcc.com (or fill out & drop off registration form). Please click here for registration form. If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Kuntz @ 440.235.2442 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- OLMSTED FALLS LACROSSE SUMMER CAMP 2013 – JULY 22 – 24, 5:00 P.M. – 8:00 P.M., OFMS FIELDS, 27045 BAGLEY ROAD – With the program now growing from 20 players to 200 players, OFLA is pleased to offer a 3 day camp to boys and girls entering grades 1-8 for the 2013-2014 school year. The cost is $40 and is open to players of all skill levels from beginner to advance. Players will be separated by age and skill level. The camp will focus on developing the skills of each individual camper. Each camper will receive an OF Bulldog lacrosse dri-fit shirt. Please click here for a registration form.Olmsted Community Center announces 2013 SUMMER EVENTS for kids and adults of all ages running here in our local community.
OLMSTED COMMUNITY CENTER ANNOUNCES 2013 SUMMER EVENTS FOR KIDS AND ADULTS OF ALL AGES RUNNING HERE IN OUR LOCAL COMMUNITY – OCC has our own high quality camp offerings run by local talented adult instructors like Jen Kuntz (tennis & volleyball), Holly Mandak (cheerleading), and Dave Pellerite (basketball). In addition, we have partnered with other LOCAL programs to provide information and or registration for swim lessons, art, flag football, taekwondo, zumba, line dancing and a whole lot more. You can find information on our website at www.olmstedcc.com or call our office at 440.427-1599.