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Upper Sandusky will play in the sectional boys basketball tournament on Friday, March 3rd, 6:15 p.m. at Lima Senior High School. Pre-sale tickets will be sold Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. in the USHS athletic office. Tickets will also be available on Tuesday and Thursday from 4:30-6:00 p.m. in the athletic office. No presale tickets will be sold the day of the game.
Pre-sale tickets are $6 for adults and $4 for students. All tickets will be $6 at the door the night of the game. Lima Senior will also be charging a $3 parking fee the night of the game.
Upper Sandusky High School will be hosting a spring sports parent meeting on Monday, February 27th, 7:00 p.m. Parents of all spring sport athletes are expected to attend. There will be individual sport meetings for baseball (gym), softball (cafeteria), boys tennis (room 314), boys track (room 306) and girls track (room 308). These meetings will begin promptly at 7:00 p.m. (there will be no general meeting held in the gym for spring sports). For more information, contact the high school office at 419-294-2308.
Kindergarten registration opens today () to all residents of Upper Sandusky Schools. Children who will be 5 years old on or before are required by law to register and be screened.
REGISTER YOUR CHILD BY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING MEANS:
Please have the following information ready:
After requesting an appointment, parents/guardians will receive a letter notifying them of their appointment time. The last day to register is
INFORMATION THAT NEEDS TO BE BROUGHT TO YOUR SCHEDULED APPOINTMENT:
During the screening your child will have an opportunity to meet the kindergarten teachers as well as participate in screening for vision, hearing, general readiness and speech and language.
The Wyandot County Health Department will be giving immunizations the day of the screening.
This is the only screening that will be held. You must register for this screening if you want your child to attend Kindergarten in the 2017-2018 school year.
Anyone interested in travel to Europe in June 2017 to see London, Paris and Madrid - USHS teachers Kristine Gottfried and Chris Lininger are taking a group of students, parents or interested community members on a 10 day trip. Go to the tour website http://www.eftours.com/tour-website/1853937FD or contact one of them for more information.
Parents and students have access to real-time attendance and grades via the program "PowerSchool Parent/Teacher Portal".
Starting next Monday, Sept. 26th, the web address (URL) for this site is being updated. So, end users will have to either edit their bookmark, or, delete and re-add the new site. Please make note of the new URL:
Help keep USEVS staff and students safe by using our new "QuickTip" line! "Quick Tip" allows you to submit an anonymous tip to school and district officials. Examples - bullying or threats. Please only use when situations warrant this level of intervention. Thank you!!
Click here to view/submit!
Upper Sandusky Schools has joined 844-SaferOH, Ohio's new school safety tip line! SaferOH enables students, parents, teachers and school administrators to anonymously report student safety threats to school officers and law enforcement officers. These threats may include a potential incident of mass violence, a suicide threat or a student who is being bullied.
Trained professionals at Ohio Homeland Security's Threat Assessment and Prevention unit answer all calls and texts to 844-SaferOH. TAP staff immediately forward information to Upper Sandusky Schools as well as local law enforcement and others. The TAP staff then follows up quickly with school and law enforcement agencies to ensure the incident is investigated and the outcome tracked.
The tip line is available 24 hours a day. The call center guarantees that the person who calls or texts will remain anonymous. Tip line workers may seek additional information, but the person who calls or texts may remain anonymous or leave contact information in case if the tip line workers need to follow up.
"The safety of our boys and girls remains the top priority of our schools," Ohio Superintendent of Public Information Richard A. Ross stated in a press release. "The SaferOH tip line provides another resource for schools and school districts in their continuing efforts to provide a safe and secure educational environment."
Research shows that in 81 percent of violent incidents in U.S. schools, someone other than the attacker knew something was occurring or going to occur but failed to report it. Typically, according to the Ohio Department of Education, that's because the person who knew something feared they would become a target of the attacker or bully or be labeled a "snitch."
Joining SaferSchools Ohio is another example of how Upper Sandusky Schools are working towards collaboratively establish a safe, respectful and caring environment that promotes student learning.
Students in grades 6-12 can participate in our district "BYOD" (Bring Your Own Device) program, meaning they are permitted to bring to school technology devices they personally own, i.e. iPod Touch, iPad, Android tablet, Nook, Kindle, laptop. There is a form that must be signed off on first and this form is available in the main office of the MS and/or HS office (also attached below). Students are 100% responsible for their device and the district is exempt for any damage or theft that may occur while on school grounds. Below is our BYOD Policy & FAQ document to help answer any questions.
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