OFCS Update – September 1, 2016
There will be no school THIS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2ND due to a district-wide staff development day. Also, there will be no school THIS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5TH to celebrate the Labor Day holiday.
Enjoy the long weekend. We’ll see students back in their classrooms on Tuesday, September 6th.
LATEST OFCS VIDEO SHINES SPOTLIGHT ON DISTRICT’S STRATEGIC PLAN
Olmsted Falls City Schools is proud to share another new video with our Bulldog community. This latest video focuses on the implementation of the District’s Strategic Plan. Simply click on the image below to view the new video on our District website. We invite you to share the link with family, friends and neighbors.
MUSIC ASSOCIATION HAS SEPT. 7 MEETING, FILL THE TRUCK FUNDRAISER IN OCTOBER
OFMA will also sponsor a Fill the Truck fundraiser as it partners with Easter Seals Northern Ohio again. The clothing drive will be in the Board of Education’s parking lot on Oct. 22nd and 23rd. For more details, view the flyer by clicking HERE.
OCO SUMMER CAMP KIDS RAISE FUNDS TO PURCHASE WAGON FOR THEIR FRIENDS AT THE ECC
OFCS students and parents prove once again what a wonderful and caring community in which we live. Over the summer months, the children of Olmsted Community Outreach’s summer camp program raised money to purchase a specially designed wagon for the special needs children at the Olmsted Falls Early Childhood Center.
Special thanks go out to Cheryl Fudale for spearheading this project, and to the OCO children and their families for participating. The summer campers had fun making crafts for the OCO craft show, selling lemonade, and playing balloon pop while learning a valuable lesson in community service.
Pictured (L-R): Valarie Guy, OCO Director, ECC Staff Franca DeMuth & Suzanne Kramer, and Cheryl Fudale, OCO & ECC staff.
Parents and students are invited to attend the Your Teen event, Navigating the College Process at 6:30 p.m. September 27th at Lake Ridge Academy.
This free event offers a valuable opportunity to gather more information about college: the admissions process, paying for college, discovering a passion and more. A parent expo begins at 6:30 followed by the program at 7 that includes speakers on paying for college, college admission process and others. New this year – parents of grade 8 students for a special presentation on building a great high school experience. To view a flyer of the event, click HERE. Register by visting yourteenmag.com/register-lra-2016.
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.)
POST PROM INVITES PARENTS TO MEETINGS; SPONSORS FUNDRAISERS
Dear Senior Class Parents: We invite you to be part of the 2017 Post Prom Committee! 2017 Post Prom will be held at the school from Midnight – 3AM on Sunday May 21, 2017. There are still several committee and volunteer opportunities available! Please join us at our regular monthly meetings which are held at 7PM in the Media Center at Olmsted Falls High School on the third Wednesday of each month. We look forward to seeing you on September 21, 2016!
Post Prom will have a booth at the Olmsted Falls varsity football game September 23. Please stop by to purchase a Bulldog Spirit bracelet, of which varieties are also available at Nifty Dog Shop, 25596 Mill St., in the Grand Pacific Junction. The shop will have the bracelets for sale over the next several months.
Wing Night at Razzles:
- Saturday, September 24, from 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
- $20 ticket includes wings, pizza, beverage, and dessert
- Chinese raffle, side boards, door prizes, music from a local DJ
- Tickets sold at the door or in advance from Shari Zbin,firstname.lastname@example.org
- To view a flyer of the event, click HERE.
- Please email Shari if you can help with the following:
- Donate a raffle basket
- Have items to contribute to a raffle basket
- Purchase tickets in advance
- Volunteer the night of the event
To keep up-to-date on important information, like the Post Prom Facebook page: OFHS 2017 Post Prom Committee; follow the Twitter page: @OFpostprom2017 or send an email to email@example.com.
HELPING HANDS UPDATING INFORMATION – NEEDS EMAIL ADDRESSES
Helping Hands is currently recreating its parent email list. If you would like to receive emails from Helping Hands about upcoming events, please email Mariel Krakowiak at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please include your first and last name as well as the preferred email address to be used.
Thank you in advance for helping this group reach out to our community.
COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES, EVENTS & FUNDRAISERS
SIGN UP FOR A NEW LIBRARY CARD – WIPE OUT ANY FINES
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 this month.
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.
JOIN CUB SCOUTING IN OLMSTED FALLS – MEETING NEXT THURSDAY – SEPT. 8TH
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 email@example.com.
OCC’S SATURDAY ACTIVITY NIGHTS BEGIN SEPTEMBER 10TH
Kids in grades 2-6 are invited to this year’s first Saturday Activity Night at Olmsted Community Center. The theme is Bulldog Pride Night. Be sure to wear your Olmsted Falls spirit gear. Enjoy crafts, games, food and a 3D laser lights. For more details, call 440-427-1599 or go to olmstedcc.com. Click HERE to view a flyer of September activities.
PARENTS: LIVING WITH ALLERGIES TALK AT WESTLAKE LIBRARY
Connecting for Kids (CFK) provides education and support to families with concerns about their children. It is sponsoring a 7 p.m. September 20th discussion about food allergies, safe ways to set up your home and tips for eating out. Dr. Brian Schroer of Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital is the speaker. Free childcare is available, but all who wish to attend must register at connectingforkids.org/register, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 440-250-5563. To see an event flyer, click HERE.
We inspire and empower all students to achieve their full potential and become meaningful contributors in a global society.
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.
- 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