Onekama Consolidated Schools
Message from Superintendent Dan Mesyar
Homecoming- Saturday, October 21
Calling all Mystery Readers
- Who?- Parents, Older Siblings, Grand Parents, Relatives, and other Special People
- Why?- Students love having their family, friends, and relatives visit our classroom to share in on our focus on reading. Pick a short story to read aloud to one of our K-3 classes.
- What?- Our readers can bring a book from home or read a teacher chosen book from our class library.
Calling Community members
New Teaching Staff
Kim Sinke- Guidance School Counselor K-12
Megan McPherson- Government, Economics, Psychology
Evan Delke- Math
Zane Harding- English, Journalism, and Yearbook
Food Service Update
Food Service Reminder:
The GREAT NEWS is that ALL students enrolled at Onekama School can receive a healthy breakfast and lunch at NO CHARGE to your household each day. If you haven't completed the Educational Benefits Form, please do so by October 10th!! All information submitted is 100% confidential, and it is crucial for the state to determine the amount of money our school receives from a variety of State and Federal supplemental programs. Every form counts!
We would also like to remind parents that we are continuing our After School Supper Program for all students staying after school for practices, study hall, clubs, etc. These are free for all students staying after school.
Please note that we are not using the "my school menus" app this school year. The school menus will be posted on the school website, sent home with students in their Friday folders, and please follow our Onekama School Nutrition facebook page for new menus posted, lunch menu changes, and pictures of the amazing food we give your kids!
We are still accepting applicants interested in subbing in the kitchen. If you would like to help us feed your kids some healthy and delicious food, then please reach out to learn more information. We would love to have you join our team! Hours are very flexible and work perfect for parents with enrolled students.
Mr. Bradford's 5th grade class
September 17th is Constitution Day and Citizenship Day; a day that commemorates the 1787 signing of the United States Constitution in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Onekama Schools celebrated the day the following week on Monday, September 18th. Elementary classes celebrated Constitution Day in a variety of ways. All classes enjoyed dressing up in red, white, and blue to honor the day. Our youngest class, kindergarten, discussed and completed a worksheet on what it means to be a good citizen. Mrs. Lyman’s third grade class read We the Kids and played Constitution trivia. The upper elementary classes watched educational videos about the Constitution, followed up with class Constitution discussions, and read the book A More Perfect Union; The Story of the Constitution. It was a great learning experience by all that embodied the importance of the day!
Academic Center for Excellent in Social Studies class
Mrs. Burtch's 7th grade ACES class presented their presentations on Geographical Regions of the United States
Google Slide Presentation
CHANGES TO PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES
Parent-Teacher Conferences for Friday, October 20 (still a 1/2 day) have been moved to Thursday, November 9, and Friday, November 10 (this will be a 1/2 day)
Thank you for understanding!
Football team wins two straight!
Volleyball wins the Manton Invitational
Cheerleaders in Action
Cross Country members continue to thrive!
Meet the team
Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent
Student Services Secretary
Student Services Secretary
Feel free to call us at 231-889-4251