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OFCS Update – April 2, 2019

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PLEASE JOIN US TONIGHT FOR THE ANNUAL STATE OF THE SCHOOLS & OFHS COMMUNITY OPEN HOUSE EVENT
Olmsted Falls City Schools
State of the Schools Address
&
OFHS Community Open House
Tuesday, April 2nd
6:30 p.m.
at
Olmsted Falls High School

On Tuesday, April 2, 2019, at 6:30 p.m all Olmsted Falls City School District residents are invited to attend the annual State of the Schools event to hear what is occurring in the district directly from top leadership. The event will take place at Olmsted Falls High School and will be immediately followed by a special opportunity for residents to tour the newly expanded, newly renovated Olmsted Falls High School.  Student-led tours and light refreshments are planned!  

Please be sure to mark your calendar and join community members from across the district for this unique community engagement opportunity. 

We hope to see you there!


OFCS RECEIVES NATIONAL BEST COMMUNITIES FOR MUSIC EDUCATION AWARD FOR 13TH CONSECUTIVE YEAR!

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OFCS is proud to announce that our district has just been awarded the 2019 Best Communities for Music Education designation presented by The NAMM Foundation!  This is the 13th consecutive year Olmsted Falls City School District has received this prestigious national recognition!

To view the official press release and see the complete list of 2018 BCME districts, please click HERE.  

CP_leftstudent successOFCS wishes to extend sincere thanks and appreciation to our outstanding music teachers, talented students, and supportive parents, administrators and community members for making music education a core component of the Olmsted Falls educational experience!  Congratulations to all!



OFCS LAUNCHES SAFE SCHOOL HELPLINEⓇ

The safety and well-being of our students and staff continues to be a top priority of Olmsted Falls City Schools. Olmsted Falls School District has just added a new communication feature designed to assist parents and their students in reporting any concerns.

Olmsted Falls City School District will now be utilizing an anonymous reporting system called Safe School HelplineⓇ. Effective immediately, parents and students can use the Safe School HelplineⓇ to report threats of violence, bullying, drugs/alcohol, theft, weapons, student depression and/or thoughts of suicide. The Safe School Helpline® also includes access to a Counseling and Crisis Center staffed 24/7 with trained crisis intervention counselors that can serve as a direct resource for students seeking assistance for themselves or others.

All reporting is anonymous, confidential and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Last week, each Bulldog family received a detailed Safe School Helpline® brochure along with a magnet featuring the voice and text phone numbers for this new service as well as the web address for reporting concerns. Additionally, there is also a free mobile app available for those who are interested.

How Does It Work? Simply call from a touch-tone phone to 1-800-4-1-VOICE (418-6423),ext. 359 to leave your information. Or text 66746 then type TIPS. Your message will not be traced, and you will not be identified. The Safe School Helpline® team will transcribe and forward your message to school officials, so appropriate follow-up action can be taken.

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In addition to providing information on this new program directly to parents, Olmsted Falls City Schools will also be developing age-appropriate methods to build awareness with students about the availability of this important new safety and wellness resource. Posters in school buildings, student announcements, classroom lessons by counselors, and inclusion in annual handbook assemblies at start of each year are just a few examples. Student awareness efforts will vary by building.

If you have any questions about the Safe School Helpline®, please call your school principal.  Thank you for your continued support of Olmsted Falls City Schools.


THREE BULLDOG STUDENT PROJECTS RECEIVE FUNDING FOR IMPLEMENTATION AT OFHS

student successFive OFHS students recently participated in the Health and Wellness AdCap Challenge at Case Western Reserve University.

They were Laney Ventimiglia, Tyler Urban, Aiden Martinez, Brad Connor and Colleen Thiel.

The students created and presented a 60-second “pitch” dedicated toward improving some aspect of health or wellness at OFHS. Two of their projects received funding!

“Clean Hands, Clean Life,” which Laney presented and “Falls Farm Field Trips,” which Tyler and Aiden pitched, each won a $1,000 prize. The prize money will be used to fund and implement their ideas into OFHS next year.

Congratulations to these students of OFHS teacher Brigid Radigan.


OLMSTED FALLS SCHOOL BOARD HONORS WINTER ATHLETES

student successThe Olmsted Falls School Board and Superintendent Dr. Jim Lloyd welcomed several student-athletes at the March 21st board meeting who participated in winter sports. 

Congratulations to our Hockey and Wrestling 1st Team All-Southwestern Conference Student-Athletes. 1st Team All SWC Hockey and Honorable Mention All Ohio: Dominic Conte; 1st Team All SWC, Sectional Champion, and OHSAA Qualifier Caiden Fetterman are pictured at right in the photo along with Board of Education President  Mrs. Holly Neumann and Superintendent Dr. Jim Lloyd

Congratulations to the OFHS Scholar Athletes from the Winter 2018–20019 season. Pictured here are Board President Mrs. Holly Neumann; Travis Green, Boys Bowling; Jamie Bridle, Girls Bowling; Naomi Goldman, Gymnastics;  Jacob Kerkay, Hockey; Haley Taylor, Girls Swimming; Masen Collins, Boys Swimming, Connor Atkins, Wrestling; Elyse Walker, Cheerleading;; and Superintendent Dr. Jim Lloyd.

The 2018 – 2019 Boys Bowling Team won the Northeast Division I District Championship. The team captured the championship on Sunday, February 24th at Roseland Lanes. The team went on to compete in the OHSAA Divison I Tournament on March 9th at Wayne Webb Columbus Bowl Lanes in Columbus, OH where the team finished in 7th place overall. Pictured here are Board President Mrs. Holly Neumann; Assistant Coach Andrew Oltmanns; Jerrod Green, Keegan Skoczen, Adam Puszak, Travis Green, and Superintendent Dr. Jim Lloyd. Not pictured Head Coach Chad Kuchenmeister, Scott McKee, Logan Sharp, Kyle Kollm and Christopher Burkhart.

The 2018 – 2019 championship Southwestern Conference Gymnastics Team was presented with the first-ever Gymnastics banner that will be placed in the Olmsted Falls High School main gym. The team captured the SWC title on February 10th at the North Olmsted Recreation Center against a full field of conference teams. Pictured here are Annie Gutschow, Sophia Krumroy, Abby Schwecke, Hannah Prante, Morgan Ciolek, Abbie LaRosa, Naomi Goldman, Colleen Thiel, Mara Deselich, Megan Poore, Erin Hoffman.  Not pictured: Lindsey LaPinta, Anaisa Comerford, and Taylor Schuette.

Congratulations to these fine Bulldog student athletes! The OFHS girls and boys varisty basketball teams will be recognized at the upcoming April and May Board of Education meetings respectively. 


FOUR OFHS ART STUDENTS SHINE IN THIS YEAR’S GOVERNOR’S ART EXHIBITION COMPETITION

student successEvery year OFHS art students enter pieces into the Ohio Governors Youth Art Exhibition competition. The process of pieces that enter into this showing begins at the regional level. Thousands of art pieces are submitted.  

This year four OFHS students advanced from the regional level to state-level competition.

They are Jamie Bridle for “Moonlit Martyrdom;” Emily Kasl, “Best Friends;” Biana Sophia, “Happy Hour” and Chloe Thach, “Dancing with the Sunlight.”

Jamie Bridle for "Moonlit

Moonlit by Jamie Bridle

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Dancing with the Sunlight by Chloe Thach

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Happy Hour by Briana Sophia

Best Friends by Emily Kasl

Best Friends by Emily Kasl

 

Chloe’s piece, “Dancing with the Sunlight” (pictured above) was selected to be exhibited in Columbus.

The exhibition opens at the James A. Rhodes State Office Tower in April and closes at the end of May.

Congratulations to all of these talented Bulldog artists and all who entered their artwork!

To read more about this competition, click HERE.


IMPRESSIVE! OFMS STUDENT 7TH IN STATE GEOGRAPHY BEE!

student successimage1Congratulations to 8th grader, David Vidovich, on placing 7th in the final round of the Ohio Geography Bee. David completed the preliminary round with a perfect score to qualify him for the final competition.

He represented OFMS with dignity and professionalism. We are so proud of David and his impressive performance! Well done!

The State Geography Bee was held last Friday, March 29th.


DENISE DUFALA KICKS OFF FALLS-LENOX RIGHT TO READ WEEK

CP_leftDenise Dufala, the former Cleveland news anchor, spoke to students about her new book, Bomba the Brave.

The book is about a brave young bunny who loves to jump and sing the hopscotch song. On the first day of school, Bomba discovers he needs glasses. When a classmate makes fun of him, it’s Tess to the rescue!  The bunnies learn to be kind, to be an upstander and to stick together. The students enjoyed singing along and listening to the story as they learned these valuable lessons.

student successThe assembly was part of the school’s month-long guidance theme of Kindness and followed up classroom lessons at which each student made a pledge to treat others the way they would want to be treated.

Special thanks to the PTA for securing resources for the classroom lessons as well as providing us with the very special visit from Mrs. Dufala!


HOW DOES A MOMENT LAST FOREVER?   COME SEE BEAUTY AND THE BEAST @ OFHS – APRIL 12th & 13th

Olmsted Falls High School Masquers is proud to present BEAUTY AND  THE BEAST! Performances are 7:30 p.m. Friday, Saturday 12th and 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday, April 13th. Tickets are $12 for adults and $8 for students and senior citizens.

Call 440-427-6070 to reserve your tickets.  We expect sell-out shows, so please reserve your tickets soon!


INCOMING KINDERGARTEN STUDENTS FOR THE 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR SHOULD REGISTER NOW!

KindergartenWelcome new kindergartners….kindergarten registration continues to occur. Please let any families you may know who will have a kindergarten age student next year that NOW is the time to register.

The first step to enrolling a new kindergartener is completing the online registration.  Please click HERE to access the link.

We look forward to welcoming a new class of Itty Bitty Bulldogs in the upcoming 2019-2019 school year!



A BIG THANK YOU!

thankyouOlmsted Falls Intermediate School had another successful Scholastic Book Fair this year.

Thank you to everyone who supported the fair.  Our book fair provided 169,799 reading minutes and over 943 books.

What a wonderful gift our students received from your generosity – the gift of reading!


ECC THANKS ALL WHO BOUGHT ITEMS AND VOLUNTEERED AT ITS BOOK SALE

A big “Thank You!” to all who attended the Early Childhood Center Book Fair. We sold over 728 books during this year’s fair, which provided about 131,099 reading minutes. We had many of our Itty Bitty Bulldogs in attendance at our family night. What a great way for parents to encourage literacy and help their children to become lifelong readers!

 

 

A special thanks to the Falls-Lenox/ECC PTA volunteers, Janelle Prada, Traci Lambert, Michelle Saluja, Michelle Allenbaugh, Daniel Munich, Melissa Eckenrode, Denise Rizer, Dawn Pettry, Jen and Anna Prugar, Deepa Rao and Debbie Lackey.  Without the help from all these wonderful volunteers, the Book Fair would not have been such a success!!


CONGRESSMAN OFFERS MILITARY ACADEMY INFORMATION – THIS SATURDAY – APRIL 6TH

Congressman Anthony Gonzalez will host a Military Service Academy Information Session from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 6th. It will be held at Green High School, Senior Commons, 1474 Boettler Road in Uniontown. The session will offer information about the service academy nomination process and tips on presenting the strongest application possible. It is open to everyone within Ohio’s 16th District.

RSVP to bryan.bowman@mail.house.gov. For more details, call 330-599-7037.

Please check out the Counselors’ Corner website for upcoming dates and important information. The website is available by clicking HERE.


CHECK OUT OFMS SPRING BOOK FAIR – COMING APRIL 8 

The Olmsted Falls Middle School Media Center will host a Scholastic Spring Book Fair.

The fair will run April 8th to April 17th. It will be stocked with new and exciting books for everyone! Students will have the opportunity to shop during their scheduled library time and during Star.

Come and find some new reading for the upcoming Spring Break!


OFHS OFFERS VOLLEYBALL PROGRAMS AT VARIOUS AGE LEVELS

Olmsted Falls High School volleyball coaches and players will help younger enthusiasts enhance skills and learn to enjoy the game of volleyball.

Junior Netters is a volleyball program for girls and boys in grades 2-6. The program will begin in September for five Mondays. Register by April 15 and the fee is $50. That will increase to $55 after April 15. To view a more detailed flyer, click HERE.

A Mini Skills Clinic for grades 1-6 is August 5-7 at the high school.  Again, register by April 15 and the cost is $45; after April 15, $50. To learn more details, click HERE.

The Olmsted Falls High School Youth Volleyball Camp is for grades 1-6.  It will run from 5-7 p.m. May 28-31. The cost is $55 by April 15 and $60 after April 15. The camp is for players who live in Olmsted Falls, Olmsted Township or in the Olmsted Falls School District. To view a flyer, click HERE.

The three volleyball programs will be at OFHS.  Registration is available online at olmstedcc.com.


OLMSTED FALLS LIBRARY OFFERS FREE HOMEWORK HELP

new-olmsted-falls-library-main-doors-april-2013-imag1710.jpgCP_leftDid you know that our local Cuyahoga County Public Library branch offers free after-school homework help to students in grades K – 8?

An experienced educator will be available to provide students with drop-in homework student successassistance for two hours after school, Monday through Thursday.

Any students at the library after school from 3:30 to 5:30 can receive help from the Homework Mentor.


mCORE TO PROVIDE CARDIAC SCREEN OPPORTUNITY FOR OFHS STUDENTS

PREVENTATIVE HEART SCREENINGS

We would like to share information on an excellent opportunity that has been made available to our students at Olmsted Falls High School.  We are partnering with mCORE™ — Mobile Cardiac Overview and Risk Evaluation — to screen our students for the cardiac conditions and abnormalities which may put them at risk of Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA).  mCORE partners with schools, hospitals, and foundations to provide convenient and dependable heart screenings.

SCA is the #1 Killer of Student-Athletes Each Year, many of which could have been prevented with a simple examination like this.

The time requirement is approximately 10-12 minutes per student and each student will be receiving both an EKG and Echo screening.  You may use your healthcare spending account or flex care spending account for payment.

All mCORE screenings are performed by registered cardiac sonographers and results are read by mCORE medical director and our team of pediatric cardiologists.  (Please contact mCORE should financial hardship preclude you from taking part).

Learn more about mCORE and Preventative Heart Screenings at www.mcoreathletes.com

Olmsted Falls High School Heart Screening
mCORE Screening Location will be in the High School Training/Locker Rooms
Time: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
When: Wednesday, July 31, 2019
Cost: $79

To reserve your screening time please click HERE, then click “Schedule Screening” and choose Olmsted Falls High School.

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Thank you for considering this service opportunity for our students.


CHECK OUT THE NEW ECC “PAWS TO BE KIND” SPIRITWEAR 

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Available in youth and adult sizes, Olmsted Falls Early Childhood Center has just launched its ECC “Paws to Be Kind” spiritwear fundraiser.

Click HERE to visit the ECC Spiritwear store at Ryco Sports and view available styles.

When ordering online select “Ship to ECC” or “Pickup at Local Store” options.

Questions?  Contact Renee Russell at rrussell@ofcs.net

And don’t forget to “Paws to Be Kind!”


OLMSTED FALLS ATHLETIC BOOSTERS NIGHT AT THE RACES IS THIS SATURDAY – APRIL 6

The annual Olmsted Falls Athletic Booster Night at the Races is Saturday, April 6th, at St. Demetrios in Rocky River.

For ticket information, please contact Brian Fritz at 216-337-4422.

To purchase a horse, please contact Terry Atkins at terenceatkins22@gmail.com.

In addition, the organization has a merchant letter to share.  If you work for a company that makes donations to non-profit organizations, please present your employer the letter for a donation.

The flyers listed below contains more precise details on this event. Simply click on each to view the flyer. Thank you in advance for supporting this organization at their annual event.

2019 Night at the Races Flyer    /    2019 Horse Form    /    2019 Merchant Letter



CLASS OF 2019 POST PROM UPDATES– GIFT CARDS DROP OFF & DINE AT CHIPOTLE

The Post Prom Committee is collecting gift card(s) that range from $15-$25 to be used as gifts for our seniors during Post Prom. If you, or someone you know, would like to make a gift card donation, click on the link HERE for details. Thank you in advance for all your donations!

Come into Chipotle in North Ridgeville on Saturday, May 4th, between 4 – 8 p.m. Bring in the attached flyer, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause to make certain that 33 percent of the proceeds are donated to OFHS Post Prom 2019. Your family will be so excited to have Chipotle for dinner!  To download the flyer, click HERE.

For more information about Post Prom, click HERE.


CLASS OF 2020 POST PROM COMMITTEE GETS UNDERWAY; MEETING SET FOR APRIL 10TH

All Junior Class parents are welcome to join in the planning of our Class of 2020 Post Prom event! We are in the beginning planning phases, and already have a large fundraiser secured! We need all parents to help and contribute. Please follow us on Twitter (@2020postprom), join us on Facebook (OFHS 2020 Post Prom) and join our email distribution list. If you would like to be included in the emails, please send an email with your name to: 2020postprom@gmail.com. Our next meeting is scheduled for April 10, 2019, at 7:00 pm in the High School Health Room.


START SAVING CLOTHING ITEMS FOR THE MAY 11th “FILL THE TRUCK” FUNDRAISER

bulldog over musical noteThe Olmsted Falls Music Association is partnering with Savers to bring Fill the Truck – a donation collection vehicle – to the community. It will be located from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. May 11th at the Olmsted Falls Middle School’s front parking lot.
Items that may be donated are clothing, shoes, such accessories as purses, scarves, belts, hats, book bags, cloth lunch boxes, linens, curtains, draperies, towels, bedding and fabric. It will NOT accept household items, toys, books or items that are not cloth.


CAMP INVENTION RETURNS TO OLMSTED FALLS THIS SUMMER – SAVE $15 WITH MAY 10 EARLY REGISTRATION DEADLINE

camp invention_host district flyer 2019Camp Invention® is returning to Olmsted Falls City School District!  In partnership with the National Inventors Hall of Fame® (NIHF), Falls Lenox Primary School is pleased to offer the nationally acclaimed Camp Invention® program to children entering kindergarten through sixth grade. It’s an exciting, week-long summer adventure with lessons that explore connections between science, technology, engineering and innovation. Children work together to create solutions to real-world problems and build critical 21st-century skills while rotating through several high-energy, hands-on modules. The week begins on June 24th with our own Brianna Smith serving as Director of the ALL-NEW 2019 program, Supercharged!

Activities give participants the opportunity to explore, discover and achieve while having fun!  Local educators facilitate program modules and enthusiastic high-school students serve as Leadership Interns, ensuring that one staff member is in place for every eight children.

Register using promo code PLAY15LISTING to save $15 (expires 5/10) OFF $230. Every registration includes a complimentary Camp Invention t-shirt. Availability is limited, so visit www.invent.org/camp or call 800-968-4332 to secure your child’s spot today!

 


 

OECPTA OFFERS FAMILY PHOTO SHOOT @ LOCAL COVERED BRIDGE

Have you been wanting new family photos? Join the Olmsted Early Childhood PTA (OECPTA) for a photo shoot fundraiser on May 18 and 19 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Charles A. Harding pedestrian covered bridge in downtown Olmsted Falls.

The cost is just $45 for OECPTA members and $55 for non-members and includes four digital images with copyright release. All photos may be purchased for an additional $70 (over $400 value). For complete details and to register, visit: www.TraeDawn.com/pta


SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS NEEDED

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Are you interested in joining our Bulldog team as a substitute teacher?  Apply today at renhillgroup.com or contact Ann Stricklen in Human Resources if you have questions at 440.427.6015 or atricklen@ofcs.net.


REMEMBER TO FOLLOW US ON TWITTER

twitterJust a reminder that Olmsted Falls City Schools and all of our buildings are on Twitter!  We invite you to follow our district and building Twitter accounts for periodic announcements, reminders and an ongoing glimpse into all the great things going on in our classrooms, buildings and departments throughout the district!

@OFCSDistrict (Olmsted Falls City School District)

@OFCSSuper (OFCS Superintendent Dr. Jim Lloyd)

@ofhsbulldogs (Olmsted Falls High School)

@ofmsbulldogs (Olmsted Falls Middle School)

@ofisbulldogs (Olmsted Falls Intermediate School)

@FLBulldogs (Falls-Lenox Primary School)

@ECCBulldogs (Olmsted Falls Early Childhood Center)

 



COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES, EVENTS & FUNDRAISERS



GREAT LAKES SCIENCE CENTER OFFERS SUMMER DAY CAMPS

The Great Lakes Science Center presents Camp Curiosity Summer Day Camps at several locations in Cleveland and on the west and east sides.  The science-related camps includes fun with robots, LEGOS, experiments, rockets and other equipment. The camps blast off June 3. For more details, go to GreatScience.com/camps.


BASEBALL/SOFTBALL COMMISSION HAS TWO OPEN FIELD POSITIONS

The Olmsted Community Baseball/Softball Commission has openings for a crew chief and a field crew worker for its program this year.

The chief’s position runs from April through July and oversees the fields and their conditions. The pay is $1,000.

The field worker post runs from May through July and physically works on the fields and involved in other activities.  The pay is $3,000.

To view a flyer of the positions, click HERE.


JOIN THE WESTVIEW SWIM TEAM THIS SUMMER – IN-PERSON REGISTRATION THIS SUNDAY, APRIL 7

Are you looking for a fun, recreational activity for your child this summer?  Join the Westview Swim Team.

In-person in-person Registration Event

Sunday, April 7th 5-7 pm

Olmsted Community Center Gym –  8170 Mapleway Drive

Parent representatives will be available to answer questions and provide information about the swim season.  You may register your child, sign-up to volunteer at meets, order swimsuits and spirit wear, and discover what the summer excitement is all about!

For more information, please visit the Westview Shark website by clicking HERE.


OLMSTED FALLS SOCCER ASSOCIATION’S 2019 SPRING REC LEAGUE REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

Registration is now open for the Olmsted Falls Soccer Association Spring Rec Soccer League. OFSA offers teams for children from preschool all the way through high school.

To register, please visit the Olmsted Falls Soccer Association‘s website at www.olmstedsoccer.com.  Registration will close April 13th.  Late registrations will be considered on a discretionary basis and if there are still available spots. Please like Olmsted Falls Soccer Association on Facebook for frequent updates and news about our league. Any questions? Please contact ofsa.soccer@gmail.com. We look forward to seeing you on the fields.


ADAPTIVE LACROSSE RETURNS TO OLMSTED FALLS THIS YEAR

The Olmsted Falls Lacrosse Association is excited to offer adaptive lacrosse once again this year.

Practices will be on Friday evenings from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. – location TBD in Olmsted Falls. Practices will include a warm up, fundamental skill development and drills.  This program will run in April and May, though start date will be determined by the weather and ability to practice outdoors.

This program is designed for children with special needs in grades 1-8.  There is no cost to sign up. For questions or to register, please contact Jodi DeMarco, joannademarco@yahoo.com.


OLMSTED HOT STOVE BASEBALL STILL SEEKING 3-4 PLAYERS AGES 9-10

OF baseball association flyer pixAlthough players do not have to be evaluated for these travel
teams, the time commitment necessary is higher than that required in community recreational baseball. Hot Stove is not an instructional league. Players should possess a moderate knowledge of baseball rules and whose skills allow them to play at a moderate to high level of competitive baseball.

The season begins around May 1 and ends around mid-July. A typical season consists of 12 to 20 regular season games followed by a year-end league tournament. Teams may also decide to participate in private tournaments. We have great returning coaches and are always looking for more. You can indicate your willingness to volunteer with your child’s sign up online. You can also make any special requests online. Teams may elect to practice during the winter months; however, team rosters are not finalized until all
registrations are received and final team rosters are formulated by the OTBA

Sign-ups have been extended for players age 9-10 as a few spots still remain for this age group.  Register online at – http://www.olmstedcc.com.  Any questions please reach out to jeff.kocmit@olmstedtravelbaseball.com.


OCSL REGISTRATION CONTINUES – LATE FEE NOW IN PROGRESS

ocsl-logoLate registration continues through April 15th for the Olmsted Community Summer League.  OCSL offers baseball and slow-pitch softball leagues/games for boys and girls ages 4 through 18. We accept kids of all skill levels and require little to no travel.

To register, visit the Olmsted Community Center website at www.olmstedcc.com or in person at Olmsted Community Center on Mapleway Drive. Please like OCSL on Facebook for frequent updates and news about our league. We look forward to seeing you on the ball fields. Any questions please contact the OCC at (440) 427-1599.


 

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