Elementary School News
Ohio Alerts (text system) is going through an upgrade over the next couple months. During that time, reliability for receiving messages is medium to low. Therefore, all parents are reminded to make sure your child’s school office has the most up-to-date primary phone number for our local messaging system, which is an automated phone call. &nbs
OES would like to congratulate the following 2nd through 4th grade students who have only missed 0-2 homework assignments during the entire first grading period.
The City of Orrville will be reducing Elm Street to one lane, northbound, beginning Monday, October 27th through Thursday, October 30th. This will affect how our buses approach our building for drop off and pick up. We are asking parents that use the east side of the building for AM drop off and PM pick up use the following guidelines:
Kindergarten students in Miss Bishop and Mrs. Jones's classes went to Orr park for a fall scavenger hunt. Students enjoyed walking through the paths in the lower park looking for ten different nature items including a two-colored leaf, a pinecone, and a bug with six legs. When all items were found, students took advantage of the warm day and spent a few extra minutes playing at the park.
Our photo gallery has more pictures of the Kindergarten Scavenger Hunt!
Orrville City Schools celebrated the 2014 Character Education Week September 26th- October 6th. The theme this year, Showing Good Character Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow, is in support of the city’s 150th anniversary and the history of the Heartland Education Community.
Once again Chief Ballentine and the Orrville Fighters allowed to OES to have a great Firefighter Phil Assembly. Mr. Michael was this year’s presenter. He began the show with various magic tricks gaining the attention of the students and tricking them a few times, too. Mr.
Jose Martinez Diego, a First Grade student at Orrville Elementary, was selected as the September citizen of the month. He 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.
Chase Hutson, a Fourth Grade student at Orrville Elementary, was selected as the September Citizen of the Month. He 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.
Our first collection of Box Tops for the 2014-2015 school year will be October 31st. Please remember to write your child's names or initials and the homeroom on the back of each BoxTop so that your child has the opportunity to be in the drawing for a prize each month.
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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.