Past website articles
TINY HOUSE SOLD FOR $11,000!!
Thank you, Paul Kastenbauer of Mora, for making this purchase!
(Also, huge thanks to Paul's Auction Service for donating the trailer for this Ogilvie Schools' Building Construction Program project!)
Seven of our track athletes, competed at the section tournament at St. John's University on May 30th. Way to go Randy, Seth, Ethan, Olivia, Alivia, Lilly, and Braden on all your hard work this year!
Section Tournament Results: http://rpmresults.orgfree.com/sec5a18/
*UPDATE: Alex won his first match by pinning his opponent!
**UPDATE: Alex won his match win a pin in the second period. He will wrestle again on Saturday around 9:30 am.
***UPDATE: Alex lost his match on Saturday.
Ogilvie PIE (Partners in Education) Formal Family Dinner and Dance
About 70 people gathered in the Ogilvie School Commons on Tuesday, February 13th for a formal dinner and dance. The focus of the evening was to promote family dinner conversations. There is a lot of research on the benefits of having conversations during dinner. The following website was shared (https://thefamilydinnerproject.org/) and conversation starters were available at each table.
On December 21st, many 5th graders took a bus over to the Ogilvie Civic Center to take part in caroling for the community.
Preschool students, along with their parents, enjoyed a festive evening last week participating in several winter learning centers. Some of the activities included gift bow graphing, jingle bell bracelets, nursery rhyme paper chains, holiday syllables, winter patterns, mitten ornaments, and the favorite "tree decorating" (fresh centerpieces)!
~submitted by Mrs. Kotsmith, Preschool Teacher
Update: Jenna didn't advance out of the preliminary competition for the 100 yard freestyle event, but she did for the 100 yard backstroke event. She finished 2nd, which put her at 10th place overall. She also set a new personal record and school record. Way to go Jenna!
More WE Day information: https://www.we.org/we-day/we-day-events/minnesota/
More pictures available on the OWN It FB page: Click here!
Ogilvie Schools Welcome Foreign Exchange Students
Press Release from RTS: PR and Communicator story - 2017 LEEA.pdf