Ozaukee Middle School

Weekly Up-Date January 17, 2022

COVID-19 Reporting Form

If your child or a household family member has symptoms of COVID-19 and/or waiting on test results or tested positive for COVID-19, please complete this form. Also notify your school secretary of any absence. (email out to families on 1/18/22)

'Tis the season for colds, flu, & sore throats...

Please monitor your child daily for illness. We have many students sick with colds, flu, sore throats, strep, stomach flu, etc. Reminder per the handbook: if they have a fever or stomach issues, please keep them home. They need to be symptom-free (without use of medication) for 24 hours before returning to school. Thank you for your cooperation.

Important Dates

January 17-Term 3 Begins

February 11- No School Staff & Students

March 11 -Wisconsin Singers

March 18 -Term 3 Ends

March 21-25 Spring Break (return March 28)

March 31 - NOSD Fine Arts Night 6-8pm

MS Girls Volleyball Sign-Up

Open to all 6/7/8th Grade Girls Click here to register
First Day of Practice Monday 2/14. Practices will be held after school for 2 hours on M-T-Th-F. There will be NO practice on Wednesdays.
We are attempting to find busing for away games but we may need help from parents getting groups of kids to their destinations. If there is a bus, players may ride home with their parents after the game.
More information on specific game locations will be provided once teams are determined.

Games are held at 4:00 and 5:00 at each the 7th and 8th grade level. We are working with other schools to seek game opportunities for 6th graders as well.

Preliminary 7/8 Game Schedule:
3/1 HOME vs Howards
3/3 HOME vs Ozaukee
3/8 Away @ Cedar Grove
3/10 HOME vs Elkhart
3/15 Away @ Oostburg
3/17 HOME vs Kohler

There will be a shirt fee of approximately $15. Final details will be communicated as the season approaches.
If you have any questions, please contact Coach Dimmett at: ericadimmett@gmail.com

Fredonia Youth Baseball/Softball registration is now open (until March 1st) for the 2022 season.

Please register your child online at: http://www.owsba.com (and click on the Player Registration tab at the top)

Update from Ozaukee Washington County Health Department

ATTENTION: Beginning Monday, 01/03/2022, ALL TESTS

at both county Curative sites are by APPOINTMENT ONLY until further notice. This is due to supply and staffing shortages. Please visit curative.com to schedule your test.

COVID-19 testing options (or request and at home kit): https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/testing.htm

Find a local list of testing sites in Washington and Ozaukee Counties (as of 12/28/21) HERE

New Updated COVID-19 Testing Hours:

Ozaukee County Fairgrounds - COVID-19 RAPID & PCR Testing

W67N866 Washington Ave., Cedarburg, WI 53012


Monday 8am-4pm, Wed 12pm-6pm, Thursday 8am-4pm Friday 8am-4pm

Washington County Fairgrounds - COVID-19 RAPID & PCR Testing

3000 Hwy PV, West Bend, WI 53096


Mon 8am-4pm, Tues 8am-4pm, Wed 12pm-6pm,Thursday 8am-4pm, Friday 8am-4pm
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Sledding Shenanigans

Join Riveredge Family Nature Club for a night outdoors.

Bring your own sled and race down the slopes at Ridge Run! Prepare for sledding and January weather with your snow gear! We will have hot chocolate to warm up.

Date: Wednesday, January 26th, 2022

Time: 4:30-6:00pm
Location: Ridge Run Park Central
300 S University Dr, West Bend, WI 53095

Enter the Parking lot on Ridge Run’s East Side. In Maps use Ridge Run Park Central. Follow the drive past the first playset and down the hill to the large parking lot.
We will meet by the playset on the far end of the parking lot.

RSVP HERE, Please RSVP to this event so our staff know how many people to expect!

Share the event via facebook with your friends! This adventure is led by Alina P.

Wisconsin Department of Health Services:

DHS Recommends COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Dose for Anyone 18 and Older

On November 19, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) announced our recommendation that everyone ages 18 and older receive a booster dose of COVID-19 vaccine following the completion of their primary series. People 18 and older who have received Pfizer or Moderna may get their booster six months after their second dose, and people who have received Johnson & Johnson may get their booster two months after their single dose.

Boosters doses are an important tool in making sure protection against COVID-19 remains high. And, getting a booster dose is easy! You can get it where you received your primary series, or you can go to any other convenient location. Also, booster dose “mixing and matching” is allowed, so you do not need to get the same vaccine type for your booster dose. To find a location near you, visit Vaccines.gov or call 211.

For additional information about booster doses, additional doses, and help accessing your COVID-19 vaccine record to determine when you may be recommended for a booster, visit the DHS Additional Doses and Booster Doses webpage.

Wisconsin Department of Health Services:

This information is directly from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services:

Wisconsin children ages 5-11 years old are now eligible to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine requires two doses for full protection and is the first and only vaccine currently available for this age group.

After successful clinical trials and a rigorous review of all available data, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized Pfizer’s request to expand the emergency use authorization (EUA) to include children ages 5-11 on October 29. On November 2, the CDC Director officially confirmed the vaccine is safe and recommended the vaccine to this age group.

To find vaccination locations currently offering the Pfizer pediatric vaccine, go to Vaccines.gov. You can also call 211 for help finding a healthcare provider or a vaccination location.

Parents and guardians can find information they should know about COVID-19 and vaccines for children on the COVID-19: Resources for Parents and Guardians page.

Warrior Way Shout Outs!!

Have someone at NOSD you would like to recognize? Take a moment to complete the short form and they will be recognized on our Warrior Way Wednesday shout-outs.


NOSSF Presents ABBAFAB April 9, 2022 7:30PM

Looking for a fun gift this holiday season? Consider giving your family and friends tickets to a stunning ABBA Tribute Band benefiting our future NOSD graduates! The concert is Saturday, April 9, 2022 in our Fine Arts Center, and funds raised support the Northern Ozaukee Schools Scholarship Foundation (NOSSF).

See Flyer for more information and details. We hope to see you there! BUY TICKETS

Middle School Sports

These forms must be filled out prior to playing sports.

Physicals are every two years. Physicals are posted in Skyward Family Access under Health.

Physical Form

These forms will be handed out to students prior to the sport. One set is good for all sports.

OMS Participation Form

Concussion Agreement








(all are estimated time frames)


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.

Ozaukee Middle School Contact Information

Charles Schwartz

Principal, Ozaukee Middle School

Director of Pupil Services and Special Education

District Assessment Coordinator

(262) 692-2463 ext. 301


Sandra Henke Office Hours 7:00 am -3:00 pm

Ozaukee Middle School Secretary

(262) 692-2463 ext. 300

(262) 692-2313 fax


Skyward Family Access

Attendance, Gradebook, Food Service, Fee Management , Messages and Announcements 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. Online payments can be made by logging into e-Funds for Schools