OZAUKEE HIGH SCHOOL
July 16, 2021
2021-2022 FALL REGISTRATION
Family Registration for Fall starts July 6 -July 31. Families must register each student separately.
Click on the link below to Register
The e-fund convenience fee will be waived by the district until July 31, 2021.
District Calendar, School Supply List, Handbook & Chromebook is available below for viewing.
For high school families the option to leave your Chromebook at School reads
"I DO NOT want my student to bring an NOSD Chromebook home nightly. My student will leave his/her Chromebook at OMS to charge nightly." -meaning it will charge in the OMS/OHS library.
ONLY Sign the bottom line if this is what you want your student to do.
NORTHERN OZAUKEE SCHOOL DISTRICT 2021-2022
Student Online Registration Process Guide
Fall registration is ONLY available online through Skyward Family Access
Each school will also have the link in the weekly update for easy access to register.
Click Skyward Family Access to register. 4K families will be emailed Skyward password and log in information. The NOSD website also has a link to Skyward Family Access to register along with other important links.
To register through the website, log on to www.nosd.edu, then hover over the “For Parents” tab at the top of the page, click on “Important Links”.
Click on the “Skyward Family Access” button to log in and begin the online registration process.
** REGISTRATION - Parents will be required to:**
Update student and family information: contact phone numbers, email addresses, emergency contacts, and health information.
Current information is very important since our district utilizes family email addresses and phone numbers for communication. 99% of school communication is done through email.
The Chromebook Policy Handbook is part of the process. You will need to read this handbook and then proceed to the document page for your signature. This identifies that you have read and understood the terms and agreement.
Pay fees: Electronic payments (debit or credit card) will be accepted through E-Funds. Your login information is the 4 digit Family ID or Student Lunch Pin Number.
If you do not know either of these contact your school secretary.
Check payments can also be mailed to: NOSD Registration 401 Highland Drive Fredonia, WI 53021. The district has waived the convenience fee for E-Funds until July 31, 2021.
** GENERAL INFORMATION **
OUTSTANDING FEES – Any outstanding fees from the past school year(s) will be rolled over into the 2021-22 school year. Any payments received will be applied to past due amounts first.
SCHOOL PICTURES – OHS, OMS and OES school pictures - along with OHS & OMS student ID photos will be taken on Monday, September 13th. (See below for preordering information)
BUSSING – Riteway Bus Services will mail bus route information home late August.
OHS STUDENT PARKING PERMITS Parking permit information can be found below. An email will be emailed to OHS parents and students the first week of August. Please note that a student parking permit will not be issued to any student having an outstanding Fee Management balance with the district.
2021-22 STUDENT PARKING PERMITS
Student Parking Permits can be purchased starting August 19th.
- The cost for a Parking Permit is $90.00
- Registrations and any other prior fees must be paid before payment will be accepted for a Parking Permit.
- Students must have a parking permit to park on school grounds during the school day.
- A Parking Spot is a privilege.
- The system will work the same as in the past where your student will have a permit number that corresponds with a numbered parking spot.
- Please bring in the Color, Make, Model and License Plate number of the vehicle(s) you intend to park at school. All of this information is needed before a permit tag will be issued.
- This year's Student Parking Permits will be assigned on August 19th to those who purchase them. Senior students can pick their spot in the OHS office from 8-11 am on Aug. 19th and all other students may come in after 11 am. All spots are given on a first come, first served bases. (Student Parking Lot Map can be found in button below)
- To speed up the process and to avoid lines please have all registrations and fees paid prior to Aug. 19th. A parking spot can be paid for through e-Funds. Just e-mail Mrs. Zausch anytime and she will enter the fee in your Skyward account. Then you can go directly to e-Funds and you will find the Parking Permit fee along with your student fees.
Click button to see Student Parking spots in the lot on the south side of campus
STUDENT PICTURE ORDER FORM OPTIONS
School Pictures are September 13th
This is an early option for parents so you can best choose what works for you.
The link below can be used to order your pictures and pre-pay online.
A pdf order form is also available to print which can be send in with payment when your child has their picture taken.
- July 6 - July 31 Registration open for the 2021-22 school year
- August 19- Student Parking Permits can be purchased-(8 a.m.-11 a.m. for Seniors-all other students after 11 a.m.)
- August 24-NOSD Back to School Picnic 5-7pm
- Sept. 1-First Day of School for the 2021-22 School Year
Attendance, Gradebook, Food Service, Fee Management & messages from teachers all can be found in Skyward Family Access
If you do not know your login and/or password contact the school office by email. Thank you!
Meet Some of the New Staff at OHS
Ms. Daisy Klave~ Spanish
Hi! My name is Daisy Klave. Originally from WI and graduating from CUW, I’ve been teaching in South Florida for the past two years. Along with my teaching experience, I have run Spanish Club and Speech and Debate Team at my previous school, which both found success. Our Spanish Club ran "The Pulsera Project" fundraiser that helps to empower artists in Central America by selling bracelets made by them. My Speech and Debate team received recognition from the Florida governor and we even continued to compete (virtually) through COVID-19.
My husband, Jacob, and I enjoy traveling and experiencing the world around us, both local and far. We’ve been to Poland, Costa Rica, and I've traveled to Panama. Jacob and I look forward to re-exploring our home state with our newest addition, our puppy Cotton!
My love for being a foreign language teacher stems from growing up bilingual (speaking both Polish and English) and my multi-cultural background: My father was born in the Philippines, and my mother in Poland. During college, I studied abroad and lived in Costa Rica where I fell in love with the culture, food and nature. The memories I’ve made there and people I’ve connected with inspire my teaching.
It is important for me to create a classroom environment where students are engaged and actively practice and use the language they are learning. I even had the opportunity to connect students in Florida and Wisconsin, practicing their Spanish language skills through Pen Pal Letters.
I’m so excited to return to the NOSD team, where I completed my student teaching in 2019!
Daisy F. Klave
Mr. Chris Servais ~ Math
This upcoming school year will be my 14th as a high school math teacher. I have worked my way up, gaining experience at James Wood High School in Virginia as well as Burnsville and Woodbury High Schools in Minnesota. In Wisconsin I was a teacher at West Allis Central High School and most recently I have spent three years at St. Thomas More High School in the Bayview neighborhood of Milwaukee. Between my Minnesota and Wisconsin teaching positions I worked for a data & communications company (PeopleNet) that specialized in the trucking industry. Over the last twenty years I have coached many high school teams, mainly football and track.
I am newly married. I was married to my beautiful wife Allison on August 1st, 2020 near Trenton in Ozaukee County. I have two step children Hailee (13) and Grant (12). We have a menagerie of pets including a dog (Mr. Beaker), cats (Carmel & Storm), bunny (Blueberry) and fish.
When I have free time, I enjoy working in my yard, kayaking, hiking, camping, reading, along with spending time with family and friends. I read almost any recommendation from newspaper writers I follow on twitter or books I hear about from speakers. I am constantly looking for new projects to learn new things, and keep busy, to grow and learn as much as possible. When winter comes and it's too cold outside I play curling with the Wauwatosa Curling Club.
As a teacher, I plan to create an equitable learning environment that encourages a new generation of empathetic, civic and mathematics minded, critical thinkers, who are actively engaged in building interpersonal and interpersonal skills in order to benefit their own personal education, community, well being, and future.
Mr. Brandon Clapper ~ Special Education
I have spent the last three years teaching Special Education at the 8th grade level in the Berlin Area School District. During that time, I was responsible for Co-teaching English and Math, as well as providing interventions for students in both math and reading. I have also been involved in coaching middle school football and wrestling, as well as high school wrestling. Before this, I spent a year after graduating subbing in different classes in the area.
I am getting married early this summer. We have been together for just over seven and a half years. Both my fiancé and I are teachers and currently live in Kewaskum with our two cats.
When I have free time, I like to spend it reading, hunting, fishing, or just spending time out. I grew up on a farm and enjoy going back home, to Plainfield, WI, to help my uncle with his beef cattle and sheep. I also enjoy gardening, but with my limited area at home I content myself with helping in my parent's and fiancé's parents' gardens.
I try to instill an atmosphere of respect in my classroom. I believe that it is just as, if not more, important for students to feel that they have the respect of their teacher and classmates. I do this by getting to know all of my students, and their interests both in and out of school. I also do my best to establish a classroom community where students feel and know that their needs are being met! I look forward to getting to know the students, families and the area surrounding the Northern Ozaukee School District.
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NOSD Outdoor Facilities Campaign is Officially Underway
On April 26th, the Northern Ozaukee School District launched a $3.5 Million Dollar Outdoor Facilities Campaign. The district is excited about this vision and the plan to move forward. Opportunities to donate to this project and purchase naming rights to various updates is now available. Head to the Northern Ozaukee School District Outdoor Facilities Project website to learn more. You can also follow the NOSD Outdoor Facilities Campaign Facebook page for updates.
Summer Fitness Room Hours
Sports Participation at Ozaukee High School
Signing this form also indicates that you read and understand the Concussion Protocol for sports. Below is the informational reading material for both Parent/Guardian and Athlete.
You are also indicating that you read and understand the WIAA Athletic Eligibility for the 2021-22 season by signing the participation form.
The waiver is a separate form that both student and parent will need to sign and return.