Elementary School News
On Thursday, April 9th, Orrville Elementary School fourth graders visited with our district’s Ohio State Senator, Frank LaRose. Senator LaRose talked to 4th graders about becoming a Senator, how a bill becomes a law, and answered some questions that were prepared by the students. During the school year, fourth graders learn many things about government such as what the state a
First Graders learned the importance of bicycle safety at OES thanks to the joint efforts of the Orrville Police Department, Orrville Quota Club, and Aultman Orrville Hospital. The students were taught hand signals and where to ride their bicycles when they are on the street. The importance of bicycle helmets was emphasized. To make sure all of our first graders are safe while
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Molly Moomaw, a Fourth grade student at Orrville Elementary, was selected as the March Citizen of the Month. She is being recognized under Mayor Handwerk’s Good Citizen program to acknowledge that good character at school also makes a good citizen for the City of Orrville.
Haydn Garrett, a Second Grade student at Orrville Elementary, was selected as the March Citizen of the Month. She is the daughter of Josh and Heather Garrett. Haydn is being recognized under Mayor Handwerk’s Good Citizen program to acknowledge that good character at school also makes a good citizen for the City of Orrville.
OES would like to congratulate the following 2nd through 4th grade students who have only missed 0-2 homework assignments during the entire third grading period.
Orrville PTO is once again selling Discount Cards through students at the Orrville Elementary and Middle Schools. The cards can be purchased for $10.00 each and are active starting June 1st. This year we have added 23 new businesses to the card. A copy of the businesses partitcipating can be found below. Our goal is to sell 1500 cards. The money raised helps the PT
Several concerns have arisen about drop off near Door 3 and the afternoon pick up at Door 2. We have procedures in place that need to be followed to keep our children safe at all times. Please make sure to review the procedures attached and share the information with anyone who is transporting your child. The attached letter was also sent home with each child so that you have
We are asking parents to display the sign with your child’s last name in your front window in your vehicle from now on at dismissal time. This will make our pick up line safer and more efficient. Thank you for your help!
The new PARCC assessment will replace the OAA( Ohio Achievement Assessment) this spring. Students will take a Performance Based Assessment and an End of Year Assessment between February and May. Parents are encouraged to visit the PARCC website for additional information and practice tests.
Armstrong can make copies of the OES music programs for anyone that would like them. They are $12 each. Please send a check made out to Armstrong and a note of which program date they want to have.
Please send to the attention:
Local Programming Coordinator
1141 W. Lafayette Rd
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Kindergarten Screening and Registration will be held on May 5, 6, and 7, 2015 at Orrville Elementary School. Please call the board of education office at 330-682-5811 to schedule a registration/screening time (see kindergarten flier). Your child will need to accompany you to this appointment to be sc
Orrville Middle School will open for walking on Monday through Thursday evenings beginning November3, 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Please use the door near the cafeteria (off Elm Street) located at the north end of the building. Children should be supervised at all times. The Middle School will be closed for walking if school is not in session.