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OFCS Update – August 26, 2016

CHECK OUT OLMSTED FALLS SCHOOL DISTRICT ON FACEBOOK!

Olmsted Falls City School District has launched an official district Facebook page.  The new page helps further expand the district’s reach in our ongoing effort to proactively communicate with our OFCSD community.  We invite you to visit and Like our new page today!

OFCSD Facebook Page

You can find the new Facebook page for Olmsted Falls Schools at:

https://www.facebook.com/olmstedfallsschools.


CP_leftYOUNGER BULLDOGS MARCH WITH BAND, THEN WATCH PREVIEW SHOW

young girl playing drums with OFHS bandThe Pride of Olmsted Falls – the Bulldog marching band – grew by many smaller feet last Saturday.  Preschoolers through grade 5 students marched alongside band members, with some carrying toy instruments or their own pompoms. They also got a chance to learn about various instruments on a one-on-one basis and even play youngster playing trumpet with OFHS bandthem! Later, they were invited to watch the Bulldog Marching Band’s Preview Show.

The slight rain didn’t dampen anyone’s spirits as the youngsters and their parents, band parents and community members watched the more than 320 band members take the football field and perform pregame and half-time shows.  Everyone enjoy the performances.

To view the Itty Bitty Bulldogs marching with the band, click HERE; the band’s entrance into the stadium, click HERE; the pregame show, click HERE; the introduction of band officers, click HERE and the half-time show, click HERE.


CHECKOUT BULLDOG ATHLETIC INFORMATION ON THE NEW ATHLETICS WEBSITE

Be sure to check out the new Bulldog Athletics website for schedules and the latest news on your Bulldog athletic teams!

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Visit www.olmstedfallsathletics.net today!

Good luck to all of our Bulldogs athletes this fall!  LET’S GO BULLDOGS!!


CP_leftANNUAL HELPING HANDS TAILGATE PARTY – TONIGHT!

HH logoThose attending the Helping Hands Tailgate at tonight’s football game are reminded to wear bulldog gear and help cheer the team to victory.  Food and fun from 6-7 p.m.; varsity football game starts at 7 p.m.

Helping Hands participants and chaperones will sit in the designated bleachers at the south end of the football field. After entering the stadium walk along the path in front of the AWAY bleachers, toward the scoreboard end of the stadium. Look for the tent which will have tables for our food, and tables to sit and eat.


Final Concentric+5 Logo Big Dif fontBULLDOG STAFF HONORED FOR THEIR YEARS OF SERVICE

OFCSD recognized staff members for their years of service to the district and community at the annual opening day staff meeting to start the 2016-2017 school year  Employees with 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 “Bulldog years” received acknowledgement before their peers for their contributions to the District’s success over the years.

Congratulations to ALL of this year’s honorees!

10 Year Bulldogs

10 Year Bulldogs (listed alphabetically)Zachary Acerra, Eve Ballas, Mary Pat Burk, Bryce Burkhard, Lisa Clelland-Williams, Joanna Fulton, Eve Hollingsworth, Dyanne Koch, Angela Kostraba, Angelina Lanza, Amanda Marsco, Kelly McClellan, Brandy Richmond Smith, Rochelle Sanfilippo and Crystal VonAlt.

15 Year Bulldogs

15 YearBulldogs (listed alphabetically) : Helga Allen, Felicia Anderson, Jennifer Atkins, Katherine Barber, Maria Bartulica, Karen Corrigan, Erica Caso, Jeannine Gilliland, Donna Livingston, Mary Lopata, Tracey McGrain, Doreen McLellan, Mark Kurz, Adam Mieyal, Gina Pilko, Leslie Sparks, Wren Timura, Mary Kay Turner, Jeffrey Van Arnhem, Elizabeth Vasco, Renee Wagner and Eileen Wallace.

 

20 Year Bulldogs20 YearBulldogs (listed alphabetically): Deborah Baron, Holly Curran, Patricia Elek, Theresa Klan, Louvonda Lenart, Lynn Morgan. Ann Plachko, Pamela Rickard, Amber West and Brian Wilson.

 25 Year Bulldogs

30 Year Bulldogs35 Year Bulldogs25 Year Bulldogs (listed alphabetically): Michele Buck, Daniel Dame, Franca DeMuth, Jean Double, Teresa Haun, Bernie Lofredo, Karen Megery, Tammy Mlady and Debbie Weisbarth.  

30 Years of Service (listed alphabetically)Michelle LaGruth, John Stover and David Willson.

35 Years of Service: Raymon Terry.

 


IMPORTANT BACK-TO-SCHOOL DATES (BY BUILDING)

CalendarGraphicOLMSTED FALLS HIGH SCHOOL

August 29th – OFHS Open House @ 7:00 p.m.

OLMSTED FALLS MIDDLE SCHOOL

September 6th – 8th Grade Parent Night (7:00 – 8:00 p.m.)

September 7th – 7th Grade Parent Night from (7:00 – 8:00 p.m.)

FALLS-LENOX PRIMARY SCHOOL

TONIGHT – August 25th – 1st Grade Open House (7:00 p.m.)

OLMSTED FALLS EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER

August 30th: First Day of Preschool for Typical Peers


 bulldog hockeySTILL TIME TO SIGN UP FOR ANNUAL OLMSTED FALLS HOCKEY GOLF OUTING SATURDAY

The Olmsted Falls Hockey Team will host its annual golf outing this SATURDAY, AUGUST 27th at Emerald Woods.  Enjoy a day on the golf course and support OFHS Hockey at the same time.  Lunch and dinner served.

For additional information, click HERE to download the event pamphlet.

For sponsorship information, please click HERE.


POST PROM STARTS NEW SCHOOL YEAR WITH FUNDRAISER OPPORTUNITIES – FINAL DAYS FOR CAR WASH SPECIAL

Class of 2017 logoStudents, parents, staff and community can support Post Prom with any or all of the following:

Berea Laser Wash 1425 W. Bagley Rd – Use code “2170” when you get your car washed through August 31st and Post Prom will get $2 back per car wash!  Thanks to all those who have been entering the code all summer long – this simple fundraiser launched July 1st!

PostProm 2017 Blog updated June 5 jewelryBulldog Spirit Bracelets – Now available at the Nifty Dog Shop (25596 Mill St) in Grand Pacific Junction!  Please stop by anytime, they will be available for the next several months.  

razzlesWing Night at Razzles – Saturday, September 24, from 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm.  20 ticket includes wings, pizza, beverages, and dessert.  Chinese raffle, side boards, door prizes, music from a local DJ.  Tickets sold at the door or in advance from Shari Zbin, sharizbin@sbcglobal.netPlease email Shari to donate a raffle basket, pick up a raffle basket or items for a raffle basket, and/or to purchase tickets in advance.

To keep up-to-date on important information from the Post Prom Committee:

Like our Facebook page:  OFHS 2017 Post Prom Committee

Follow our Twitter page:  @OFpostprom2017

Questions can be directed to bulldogspostprom2017@gmail.com


COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES, EVENTS & FUNDRAISERS


OLMSTED TOWNSHIP BICENTENNIAL HISTORICAL MARKER DEDICATION CELEBRATION – THIS SATURDAY, AUGUST 27TH FROM 11 AM TO 2 PM

BMC CELEBRATEOT DAY FLYERThe community is invited to Celebrate Olmsted Township and its Bicentennial Historical Marker Celebration this Saturday, August 27th from 11 am to 2 pm at the Olmsted Township Town Hall Complex  at 26900 Cook Road (@ intersection of Fitch Road).

For more information including time schedule of events, please click HERE.


 

football-clip-artFLAG FOOTBALL LEAGUE FOR BOYS & GIRLS GRADES K-6; REGISTER BY AUGUST 30TH

Recreational Flag Football league sponsored by the City of Olmsted Falls for boys and girls begins in September.  This Flag Football league is open to boys & girls in grades K- 6th.  For additional details, please click HERE to download official flyer.  Please Note: Registration deadline has been extended through August 3oth.


SIGN UP FOR A NEW LIBRARY CARD – WIPE OUT ANY FINES

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September is National Library Card Sign-up Month. Kids in grades Pre-k through 12 may redeem a special bookmark at any Cuyahoga County Public Library branch for a free gift (while supplies last), a new library card and fine forgiveness during September.

All students in grades preschool to 5 will receive the bookmark at school.  Bookmarks also will be available in the main office for students at OFMS and OFHS.  They then may redeem it at Olmsted Falls branch library or any other in that system.


CubScoutsLogo-FullColorJOIN CUB SCOUTING IN OLMSTED FALLS

Boys in grades 1 through 5 and their parents/guardians are invited to a Cub Scout Open House on Thursday, September 8, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Falls Gym at Falls-Lenox Primary School. Meet Cub Scout Packs 102 and 252, learn about what they do, and find out how your son can join the fun! For more information email OFallsPack102@gmail.com or cubscoutmaster252@gmail.com.


 

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VISION

We inspire and empower all students to achieve their full potential and become meaningful contributors in a global society.

MISSION

Olmsted Falls City School District provides educational experiences that empower its future graduates to become life-long learners with an identified career path to succeed as a citizen in a global society.

VALUES

  • Commitment to providing a caring, empowering, and accountable environment for students and  staff
  • Providing a high quality, high value education to all students in the district
  • Educating students in a holistic manner (Academics, Arts & Athletics) to become life-long learners
  • Engaging students, parents, staff and the community
  • Leveraging technology, career planning and aligned resources to prepare students for successful careers

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