Homecoming Spirit Week Themes
Each school in the OASD has planned theme days for Homecoming spirit week. Here is the list of themes by school:
2017 OHS Homecoming Dance
Saturday, September 30, 2017
8 p.m.- 11 p.m.
OHS Upper Gym
Tickets are now on sale on the OHS FEES web store for $10. Students may also purchase tickets at the door for $20.
Note: If an OHS student wants to bring a high school guest from another school, the OHS student must complete a guest form. This form can be found in the main office.
2017 OHS Homecoming Week and Parade Information
Plans for the 2017 Homecoming Parade are underway and this year's theme is "Shoot for the Stars". The date for the Homecoming Parade and game this year is Friday, September 29. The parade is scheduled to begin at 5:15 p.m., with football game kick off at 7 p.m. at the OHS athletic fields.
Oconomowoc High School would like to invite you to participate in this year's parade. Please review the attached packet for more information.
We need 25 staff volunteers to help monitor streets/intersections during the Homecoming parade. Please contact Beth Loppnow if interested.
Buy a FAST PASS Ticket Online for all Football Games
Get a FAST PASS to the game and skip the lines at the ticket booth! The district anticipates a large attendance at the Homecoming game. Using FAST PASS will help alleviate long ticket lines.
Spirit Week Themes at SLI
September 25 – September 29
Monday: Jersey/Hat Day
Tuesday: Beach Day
Wednesday: USA Day
Friday: School Spirit
Homecoming Parade 5:00 pm downtown Oconomowoc, Friday, September 29
Current Issue of All Things SLI:
Purchase Varsity Football Tickets in Advance. Use this QR code to purchase on your phone.
Go to www.oconomowocfastpass.com
Oconomowoc Public Education Foundation (OPEF) Grant Process
Grant proposals for the following school year are due to the OPEF Foundation on or before December 18, 2017.
Prior to submission to OPEF, all grant proposals must be signed by the appropriate school principal and reviewed by the OASD administration to ensure alignment with school district goals and curriculum.
The OPEF Grants Committee and the OPEF Board of Directors will evaluate all grant proposals on a competitive basis using the following criteria:
A project demonstrates the potential of benefiting students in the school in which it will be conducted and/or the Oconomowoc Area School District as a whole.
The proposed project is clearly presented with realistic and educationally sound objectives.
The procedures to be followed are clearly described. The methods, necessary materials, resource personnel, tentative schedule and completion date are specified.
An evaluation plan suitable to the nature of the project is defined.
The budget request is reasonable and sufficiently detailed. NOTE: All items recorded under Budget Expenditures for the project that are not educationally related generally will not be considered for granting monies for the project.
The proposed grant project has unique, creative, or innovative components, as opposed to repeating or duplicating programs already in progress. NOTE: The Oconomowoc Public Education Foundation Board of Directors will limit the funding of all grants to a maximum of two (2) consecutive terms for strong development and implementation. After the seed has been planted, the project must find alternative funding or be considered for acceptance into the curriculum activities for the Oconomowoc School District and/or school(s) involved in the project.
A second year of funding cannot be assumed. If the applicant desires a project to be considered for a second year, the applicant must reapply for funding for that year.
When receiving any publicity for your grant and/or on any written description of the project there will be a notice that this project was made possible through OPEF.
All projects receiving an OPEF grant will submit a written evaluation and report to the Oconomowoc Public Education Foundation upon its completion.
Parent Resource Panel
Once a quarter, the Addiction Resource Council, Inc. (ARC) brings together a panel of experts to answer questions about alcohol and other drug abuse (AODA).
The panel consists of representatives from law enforcement, public health, treatment providers, school counselors, experienced parents, Stop and THINK Instructors, and ARC’s Executive Director. Come to listen, learn, and engage in conversation.
March 9th, 6-8 pm
June 8th, 6-8 pm
September 14th, 6-8 pm
December 14th, 6-8 pm
Addiction Resource Council
741 N. Grand Ave., Suite 200
Waukesha, WI 53186
Call to Register
Silver Lake Intermediate National Junior Honor Society students honored veterans at the Zablocki VA Medical Center the week of May 22, 2017. Students started their day by placing flags in Wood National Cemetery then performed a talent show for veterans at the medical center. They concluded the day with a tour of the National Soldiers Home Historic District.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
OCONOMOWOC, WI – May 10, 2017. The Oconomowoc Area School District announced today that Jill Marr has been selected as the new Principal at Silver Lake Intermediate School. She will replace Ellyn Helberg who will be retiring at the end of June.
Jill comes to Silver Lake with nearly 20 years of experience as a classroom teacher at the 3rd and 4th grade level in OASD. She has also served the District as Coordinator of Instructional Technology, and most recently Coordinator of Continuous Improvement and Innovation, a role that also included her work in instructional technology.
She is a graduate of UW Whitewater with a degree in Elementary Education. She earned a Master’s degree in Education from George Williams College of Aurora University, and attained her licensure in Administrative Leadership from Viterbo University.
Superintendent Dr. Roger Rindo stated, “We are thrilled to have Jill assuming the instructional leadership role at Silver Lake. As principal, she will bring a very student-centered approach and I have every belief that her leadership will help take Silver Lake to even higher levels.”
OCONOMOWOC, WI – March 24, 2017. The Oconomowoc Area School District is pleased to announce that Lynne Carlstein, choir teacher for grades 5-8 at Silver Lake Intermediate School, has been selected as a 2017 Herb Kohl Fellowship recipient. Mrs. Carlstein was chosen for this $3,000 grant because of her skill as a leader and agent for positive change in her classroom and school, and for her superior ability to inspire the love of learning.
Silver Lake Intermediate will also receive a $3,000 grant. Both Carlstein and Silver Lake will be recognized at a regional luncheon on Saturday, April 8 at Greendale High School, along with other recipients. The grant funds will be paid out this June.
Congratulations, Lynne from the Oconomowoc Area School District! Thank you for your dedication to our students.
About the Kohl Teacher Fellowship Program
The Kohl Teacher Fellowship program recognizes and supports teaching excellence and innovation in the State of Wisconsin. Their goal is to support teachers in the pursuit of their unrealized goals for their classrooms or professional development. This year, the Foundation increased its awards to 100 Wisconsin teachers to $3,000, and each Kohl Fellowship recipient's school will receive a matching $3,000 grant. Recipients' professional accomplishments are celebrated at a recognition luncheon in the spring. The applications of the public school Kohl fellowship recipients will automatically be used as the applicants for the Wisconsin Teacher of the Year program.
PHOTO: Lynne Carlstein, Silver Lake Intermediate Choir Teacher and 2017 Kohl Fellowship Grant Recipient
The OASD has made a commitment to encourage our students to experience different cultures and customs through service learning.
You can be a part of this commitment. Please consider donating to sponsor students’ involvement in service learning and help them find their voice, take action, and make an impact on vital global and local issues.
The school board approved the 2017-18 District Calendar.
Rux Stadium Track and Field Access Open for Limited Public Use
Key Fob Required-Apply at the Buildings & Grounds Office at Oconomowoc High School or Download Forms Below and Bring In.
Questions? Call 262-560-2131.
A refundable deposit of $10 (if paying by check make check payable to OASD/ if paying in cash please pay with exact amount) will be required for the key fob. The deposit will be refunded if the key fob is returned to the district in good condition. Forms and procedures are available to download below, or call Sue Collins in the Buildings & Grounds Department at 262-560-2131 to make an appointment to pick up the application. Buildings & Grounds offices are located at OHS, 641 E. Forest Street. Hours are 6:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:30-2:30 p.m. (hours are subject to change, please call ahead).
Documents to print, fill out and bring with to the Buildings & Grounds Department: (valid ID required.)
Hours: August 1- 31, 2016
Monday-Friday: 4:30 a.m. – 7:30 a.m.
Weekends: 5:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
School Year Hours: Beginning September 1, 2016
Monday-Friday: 4:30 a.m. – 7:00 a.m.
Weekends (and Thanksgiving): 5:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
The following Saturdays the track hours will be modified due to varsity reserve football games:
Open from 5 a.m.- 8 a.m.
Closed from 8 a.m.- 2 p.m.- Due to reserve football game
Open from 2-4 p.m.
Open from 5- 8 a.m.
Closed from 8 a.m.- 2 p.m.- Due to reserve football game
Open from 2-4 p.m.
Oconomowoc community members can now walk or run on the new track and field at OHS Rux Stadium this summer. The school board approved community access at their December, 2015 meeting. A secure gate access system has been installed, thanks to local donor Kathy Ruehlow.
Individuals age 18 and up (with the exception of current OHS students) can fill out an application for a key fob, which will grant secure access to the OHS track and turf facilities during the community use hours. These hours have been identified to limit conflicts with district and student use of the outdoor facilities for school events, camps, summer school, athletic events and co-curricular events.
Questions? Call 262-560-2131.
The monthly Student Assistance Program newsletter is sponsored by Rosecrance, our partner in delivering SAP groups in the OASD.
Updated information on drug trends, pertinent facts about the physical, mental and emotional effects drugs can have on adolescent development, as well as parental information regarding tips and strategies on how to talk to your teen about
these critical issues can all be found in these monthly newsletters.
Please find links to the monthly newsletter below: