OZAUKEE HIGH SCHOOL
May 20, 2022
STUDENT MEDICATION PICK UP
As the 2021- 2022 school year comes to an end, please remember to pick up your child's medication in the high school office. Medications cannot be sent home with students.
OHS Office Hours are 7:00 am to 3:30 pm.
Please contact me with what questions or concerns you may have!
Thank You so much for all of your cooperation!
262-692-2453 ext 400
262-692-2401 ext 204
- May 20- Class of 2022 Parade 6:30 pm through Fredonia
- May 22 - Class of 2022 Commencement-1 pm-----Doors open for seating at 12:15pm
- May 30 - Memorial Day No School
- June 1 - Last day of school for students. This will be a half day for students with OMS/OHS releasing at 11 A.M. and OES releasing at 12 P.M.
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.
Online payments can be made by logging into e-Funds for Schools
Class of 2022 Parade is Tonight!
We are very excited to celebrate our Senior Class of 2022. On Friday, May 20, 2022 we will be holding our SENIOR 2022 Parade through town. The parade will start at 6:30pm. We will have the Sheriff and Fire Department involved to be a part of the recognition and it should be GRAND!
Here are the students who earned the Student of the Month award for April:
Art- Emily Nack & Anthony Higginbotham
Music – Sierra Voigt
PE – Aaron Nehls
English – Ashlynn Huckins
Spanish – Leva Juodeikis
Social Studies – Marisa Schmit
Science- Tayten Platner
CTE- Levi Brooks
Outstanding Student-Mitchell Bustamante
Recently, we surveyed all seniors to determine how many individuals will be attending the graduation ceremony on May 22nd. Based on the results the graduation will be held in the OHS gym. Specifically, the survey results show that we are expecting 650+ attendees for graduation (graduates, family, and staff). This does not include any community members, current students, or other interested attendees. While the Fine Arts Center is an outstanding facility for future graduations with smaller classes, we believe the OHS gym location will best accommodate the large numbers.
The Commencement Exercise will take place at 1 pm in the OHS Gymnasium. Doors will open for guest seating at 12:15pm. Seniors are asked to arrive at 12:30pm and go to the library.
Tractor Day 2022
Thank you to all the students who planned safety first while driving/riding tractors to school today! What a great event! Enjoy the photos taken by ByMcKee.
The Ozaukee Warrior Track and Field and Cross Country Club is selling stickers! Sticker supplies are limited so order soon.
2 inch stickers for both Cross Country and Track and Field = $2.00 a piece
4 inch stickers for both Cross Country and Track and Field = $5.00 a piece
How to order: Complete this order form https://forms.gle/ctj3bSpnv46umoc69
We will contact you when your order is ready for pick-up in the MS or HS office.
Adult or student can pick up sticker and drop money off in the office when picking up.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
COVID-19 Reporting Form
As we move into the conclusion of the school year, we wanted to share another reminder along with a reporting form related to the COVID-19 procedures and information:
As shared within the updated isolation and quarantine guidance from the health department, a reminder that the school and health department recommend that an individual who tests positive for COVID-19 wear a mask on days 6-10, if they are no longer isolating.
We are utilizing a NOSD COVID-19 Reporting Form (see link below) to simplify and streamline reporting. If your child or a household family member has symptoms of COVID-19 and/or tested positive for COVID-19, please complete this form as your first step. Also remember to call your school secretary to report any absence. This simple form will allow a member of our team to reach out to you with your child’s specific return dates.
(sent in an email 1/18/22 to families)
Vaping-Call to Action!
Ozaukee High School remains fully invested in our students' health and wellness. Over the past year, vaping has re-emerged as an ongoing issue within our youth in this country, in this state, and in our schools. This is unhealthy, dangerous, and it has to be understood in order to STOP it. Our school and district has several measures that we implement to try to create a vape free school:
-Frequent monitoring and response to reports of vaping.
-Working with our liaison officer, Deputy Holzer to address concerns around vaping.
-School imposed consequences including suspensions, fines, and citations with required court assessment.
-Working with families and medical professionals to educate about the dangers of vaping in youth.
-Leveraging technology to create a safe and clean environment.
This is a battle that is NOT able to be fought alone! We need family help by:
-Talking with your student about this issue.
-Checking for signs and searching for any paraphernalia.
-Working with school to keep students safe.
-Talking with your doctor or other medical professionals at your annual visits.
Please watch this clip below - it is from a TODAY show segment done pre-covid, but has still reigned true in our schools. Throughout the newsletters each year, we plan to share facts about vaping with families to keep this topic in front of our families and remind us of the work that has to be done. Together we will continue to keep our schools safe and drug/tobacco free.
Going to be Absent? Have a Parent/Guardian call in prior to 7:30am
Looking for a job??
This is a new button that will be regularly updated with local businesses looking to hire, some in conjunction with our Youth Apprenticeship Program. Check it out!
Join the Ozaukee Storm Track and Field Club!
Interested in participating in summer track and field? Middle school and high school athletes are invited to join the Ozaukee Storm Track and Field Club. Ozaukee Storm is an AAU Track and Field club coached by Chris Utecht.
Practices will be Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 6-8 p.m. and will be held at the Northern Ozaukee Track facility. Practices will start June 7th. High school practices will start after the HS season is completed. Season runs until the end of July or early August. We have several competitions scheduled at this time.
Registration fee is $50.00. This includes the AAU membership and a Storm T-shirt. Competition costs are not included in this fee (usually $20 per competition). If cost is an issue, please do not hesitate to talk to Coach Chris or Erica.
Check out our website www.ozaukeestormtrackandfield.com for more information, meet schedule and registration link.
Grade 8-12 Online Summer School June 13th - July 15 . Please complete registration by June 3, 2022.
K-8 gr. Summer School Dates & Time June 13th -July 8th (8am-noon) no school July 4th. Please complete student online registration by May 20, 2022.
Grades 8-12 Online Summer School June 13th - July 15. (Minimum of 4 hrs. per day) Please complete registration by June 3, 2022.
Latest Edition of the Warrior Post
Ms. Jozwowski & The Newspaper Team
Recently, Lori Marini created a QR code dedicated to getting people connected to our online networks. Check it out! More social platforms will be added in the future.
Both Curative sites are now accepting walk-ins. You are encouraged to register ahead of time. Please visit curative.com to register.
Drive-thru testing available through Accelerated Clinical Labs on the weekends. No appointment necessary, but you are encouraged to pre-register by clicking HERE. Ozaukee County Courthouse (Saturdays, 10AM-2PM) and Washington County PAC Building (Sundays, 10AM-2PM).
Other test sites in Washington and Ozaukee Counties (as of 01/5/2022): HERE
WI COVID-19 test sites (or request an at home kit): https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/testing.htm
COVID-19 VACCINE INFORMATION
WI locations: www.vaccines.gov
COVID-19 Vaccine Assistance Hotline
For personal assistance with vaccine-related questions, please call: 844-684-1064
¿Tiene preguntas sobre la vacuna contra el COVID-19? Llame al 844-684-1064
Students should keep all over the counter medications (Advil, Tylenol, Aleve, etc) in the original containers and complete an "over the counter medications" form with the office. Students are NOT allowed to have medications at school kept in lockers, backpacks, on person, etc... They must be held in the high school office. Please contact Mr. Leach with any questions. Please be safe and set yourself up for success by following this expectation.
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 below.(Button below)
The Covid-19 extension of the Preparticipation Physicals is no longer in effect. All students must have a current physical dated after April 1, 2020. A physical from before is no longer current.
- A physical taken after April 1, 2020 and or during the 2020-21 school year is valid for the 2020-21 and 2021-22 school years. An alternate card could be used for 2021-22.
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.
Family Lunch Account Balances
The Northern Ozaukee School District is able to provide breakfast and lunch to all students at no cost due to the USDA extending the nationwide program through the 2021-22 school year. Every student is eligible to receive the free qualified meals through this program.
In order for it to be a reimbursable (free) meal the students must take at least 3 of the 5 components offered each day. If they are unsure of what those components are they are encouraged to ask any of the cafeteria staff.
Any Ala Carte items outside the normal meals, including additional milks, will continue to be charged to the student food service accounts.
A family will be permitted to deplete the account to a negative $5.00 balance.
When a family account is depleted student(s) will not be allowed to purchase any a la carte items. You will receive automated phone calls or emails letting you know if your account has reached a negative balance. Please monitor the lunch account.
Families can access Skyward Family Access for account balance and purchases for each day.
Families who are free or reduced, please note that if your child decides not to participate in the program and brings cold lunch, milk will cost $.40 per carton. Please send money along that day or deposit money into the lunch account. (price subject to change)
2021-22 STUDENT PARKING PERMITS
Student Parking Permits can be purchased in the high school office.
- 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. (Form can be found below)
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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.