The Sound of Music G2K
Nature Hill Intermediate School
The Lonely Goatherd by the von Trapp Children – Brooke Dunford/Liesl, Ana Thiel/Gretl, Kade Ducklow/Kurt, Kiera Hemmerling/Marta, Cormac Wiese/Fredrich, Emma Holland/Brigitta, and Stephanie Hogan as Louisa
The Winter edition of Learners & Leaders is out!
Learners & Leaders is our district newsletter, mailed to all households in the OASD.
Don't miss out on the fun! The 2017 Jazz Dance will be held on Friday, February 24, 2017, from 6:00-10:30 p.m. at the Olympia Resort Ballroom. Performances by the OHS, NHI and SLI Jazz Bands will have you dancing the night away. There will also be food available, a silent auction and raffles.
This is an OHS Band Aids fundraiser. Advanced tickets can be purchased until Thursday at 5 p.m.
Advanced Tickets (Available at Books & Co. or Piggly Wiggly):
$5.00 Students and Seniors
Tickets at the Door:
$5.00 Students and Seniors
Reserved table for 10, includes admission:
Call 414-640-0593 to reserve a table or with questions.
Winter Break is here! The OASD wishes everyone a very happy holiday season. Enjoy your time off and we'll see students back in the classroom soon.
Winter Break: December 23-January 2, 2017
Classes Resume: Tuesday, January 3, 2017
From: Roger J. Rindo, Ed.D.,
Superintendent of Schools
The cold weather has returned! In light of the near-term forecast, I want to remind everyone about our practice for cold weather cancellation. Our district will cancel school if there is a Wind Chill Warning with wind chills maintaining a level of 35 degrees below zero or more. As always, the decision to cancel school will be finalized as early as possible in the morning, or perhaps the evening before if possible.
School closing information will be communicated via the Skylert phone message system, district email system, and on the district website at www.oasd.org. School closing information will also be communicated to local TV and radio stations. Take a moment to check your contact information in Family Access to be sure phone numbers and email addresses are up-to-date, so our messages will reach you.
Please be sure children are dressed appropriately for these cold days. Hats, boots, snow pants, warm jackets and gloves or mittens are essential for students to be able to enjoy their time going to and from school or playing outside. While I know they are not always easily convinced to do so, a gentle reminder that middle and high-school students should also dress warm in this weather! We want them to be comfortable and safe on these cold winter days.
Thank you for all you do to support our community of learners and leaders in OASD!