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
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.
Orrville Elementary School will be collecting items for a holiday package being sent to a Marine Squadron of an Orrville Graduate deployed overseas. Items needed are coffee singles, tea bags, hard candy, Febreeze, nuts, granola bars, gum, mints, holiday lights, festive holiday cards, and any items displaying the hometown Buckeyes, Browns & Cavaliers!
The Fourth Graders of Orrville Elementary School performed their fall concert “Let’s Celebrate on Tuesday November 18, 2014. The students presented unison and 2-part music from a variety of styles. Each piece reflected a difference mood, expression or skill and had a theme of “celebration”.
Calvin Speicher, a fourth grade student at Orrville Elementary, was selected as the October 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.
Kaydence Miller, a first grade student at Orrville Elementary, was selected as the October 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.
OES held their annual program and parade to honor the Veterans from all branches of service. All in attendance were welcomed by Mrs. Waseman. Mrs. Roshong sang the National Anthem. The colors were presented and the Pledge of Allegiance was led by student council. The speakers were our fourth grade teacher Mrs.
Orrville Elementary had the honor to host two more family literacy nights where students along with their parents enjoyed a fun night packed full of learning while they played games and did activities as a way to promote their reading skills. On Thursday, October 23rd was the night for first graders.
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.
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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.