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STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
 
 
 
NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION INFORMATION for 2014-15 SCHOOL YEAR

This package is for all students, new Kindergartners included! Please download and return forms to the appropriate office, or visit each school's webpage for more detailed information and additional forms.
 

Welcome to Onsted High School
School Email Changes


School E-mail Changes
Please be aware that the district-wide email system became non-functioning 
as of August 17, 2014.
Beginning Monday, August 25th, the high school staff will be responding to messages sent to the new email server (@onstedschools.us).
Please click HERE for a listing of new high school staff email addresses.
 
Schedule Changes
Schedule Changes
Are you considering a change to your FIRST trimester schedule? If so, contact Guidance Office Secretary Mrs. Suiter to schedule an appointment with your counselor. Phone: 467.2174, ext. 4226 OR email:kristys@wildcat.onsted.k12.mi.us .
  • Appointments for schedule changes will be taken beginning Monday, August 18th.
  • All schedule changes must be completed by the first Friday of the new trimester.
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Back-to-School Immunization Clinics
Back-to-School Immunization Clinics
(click to view specific clinic information)

For questions regarding your child’s immunizations, please contact school nurse,
Laura Dowling at:  laurad@wildcat.onsted.k12.mi.us or 517-467-7046, ext. 2222.  **According to Michigan Law, if your child’s immunizations are not up-to-date, your child is not allowed to start school on Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2014

 
Click on icon to view specific clinic information

Graduation 2014
 Congratulations Class of 2014!

Cultural Homestay International
Host Families Needed for 2014-15 Exchange Students!
Have you ever considered hosting a cultural exchange student? Would you like to know more about how to host an exchange student? Cultural Homestay International is looking for families willing to host exchange students. Click on the links to learn more!
Local Coordinator: Karin Asplund (734)922-3840
Informational Flyer
Open Your Heart...Open Your Home

Looking for a fun cultural experience for your family? We are in need of host families for high school exchange students to attend your local public or private high school. Please help by volunteering or by passing this to someone that may have an interest in this wonderful experience.
We are looking for volunteers who are interested in hosting an exchange student for the 14/15 school year. We have students 15-18 years old from around the world that will be arriving in late August for 5 or 10 months. We need host families for these students. We have students interested in a variety of activities including all kinds of sports, scouts, youth groups, piano, art, dance music, reading, math/science, skiing, baseball, soccer, volleyball, hiking/camping, basketball, choir, band, drawing and painting.
Host families provide a bed, meals at home and an inclusive family atmosphere. Students can share a room with a host sibling of the same sex and over the age of 13. Students take care of their own personal expenses and host families offer an opportunity to get to know the "real" Americans. Students would love to get to  know your community and become a part of your family.
We welcome all kinds of families; single parent, single person, couples with no kids, retirees and empty "nesters" ! Exchange students can be a great role model and mentor for young kids. Bring the world into your home and have a memorable experience in the process!
Host Families provide the following to host a student:
- A bed for the student (students can share a room)
- Meals at home
- Loving, caring, environment for the student
Students come with the following:
- Ability to speak English at a high school level
- Complete Health Insurance
- Spending money for their needs (hygiene items, school supplies, clothes, long distance phone calls, etc.)
- Open mind about their American experience
We have students from all over the world including: Australia, Belgium, Brazil, China, Colombia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Mongolia, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, Vietnam and many more.
Exchange students can be a positive influence on your family, school, and community! It's so much fun to be a host family! If you would like more information, please contact your local coordinator as soon as possible so that we can give the exciting news to the student that their American dream is going to come true!
We are also looking for a few local coordinators as well. This is a paid, flexible part time position. Visit our website for details and to apply... www.chinet.org/ayp

Lisa Cabadas
Developing Area Program Administrator - Michigan
A non-profit organization
"Opening doors to the world for over 30 years"

Starry Night Collage

 Mrs. McMichaels' Art Class

Students were each given a piece of a print of the original painting (drawn out of a hat) and then given a piece of tag board that was twice the size. Students measured the shapes and spaces and sketched out their piece on the tag board, and blocked out colors with colored pencil. Then they found colors close to their picture and tore them into small pieces. The pieces are then glued onto the tag board and glue is spread on top as well. When dry, we put weight on the squares to flatten them out and then put all the pieces together!

Tech Center National Honor Society Members
 Congratulations for being inducted into the National Tech Honor Society!
Class of 2014 Top Ten

Congratulations!
Class of 2014 Top Ten


Bruce Allen, Alysha Ausmus, Charlie Deneau, Melissa Deneau, Anna Ladzinski, Madison Overbey, Peter Potrykus, & Charlie Shepherd
Jarrett Reichel - Valedictorian
Olivia Wiese - Salutatorian




A+ Assembly
A+ Assembly (2nd Trimester Recognition)


Karah Slater signs with Spring Arbor University


Karah 'signs on the the dotted line' to play golf at Spring Arbor University


Testing Week Activities

The freshmen find ways to liven things up!


Winter Homecoming 2014
Congratulations Tyler Mutter and Charlie Shepherd for being selected as 2014 Winter Homecoming King and Queen!
Jarrett is honored as All-State Acacdemic
A very clear message!
Sam White (center light blue shirt) interacts with OHS students. Sam shared his story of pain and recovery that dramatically changed his life. His message was very clear..."I nearly lost my life because of a poor decision to drink and drive. Don't make the same mistake!"
Adopt-A-Family 2013 (Student Council)
Habitat for Humanity (Brett is holding the ladder)
Students of the Month PLUS (12/2013)
SHU Job Fair (11/06/13)
2013 Fall Homecoming
AP Literature Students visit the Renaissance Festival
2013 Renaissance Festival (Holly, MI - 09/27/13)
Community Service Day (09/20/13)
2013 Opening Day (09/03/13)
For more information...


To review the Grading Scales, visit the Main Office webpage.


Insights into Texting and Bullying

Parents -- Want to know how to deal with Text Message Bullying?

Website Registration
It is possible for parents of Onsted Community School students to sign up to join our website.
Under the "About our School" dropdown, you will find a link to "New User Registration".
Clicking on this link will take you to the registration page. 
(Use your child's/children's school ID number to join their class pages)

 
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