TONIGHT! Marching Band Preview

Preschoolers- 5th Graders

MARCH

with

The Bulldog Marching Band

Bring your instruments or pom-poms  to the BAND Practice Field

At the High School

Friday, August 23rd, 2019 at 6:30 pm

 Followed by:

The Bulldog Marching Band Preview Show

7pm

Charles A. Harding Stadium

Parents, Friends and Community members are invited!

Go Bulldogs!!!

******Park at the board office or side lot.
There is no parking in front of school for student safety.
Cars that are there are staff.

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New Parent Information Night at Falls Lenox

Incoming first grade parents and all parents that are new to the district for Falls Lenox students, please join us for “New Parent Information Night” from 6:30-7:30pm on Wednesday, August 14, 2019 in the Falls Lenox Cafeteria. We will give an overview of important information for the building. Example: Join PTA.

Due to capacity, this evening is for Parents ONLY. 

 

We look forward to seeing all out students at Open House on August 26th: First grade-5:00-5:45pm, Second grade- 6:16-7:00pm, Third Grade- 7:30-8:15pm

 

 

 

 

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Santa’s Secret Shop Saturday

Santa’s Secret Shop is this Saturday

This Saturday, December 1, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Falls-Lenox Primary School, Cub Scout Pack 102 presents Santa’s Secret Shop, where kids can shop for presents for family and friends with the help of our elves. Parents set the budget; most items are $1 to $10. Free gift wrapping is provided. Also, visit with Santa, purchase bake sale items and buy tickets for our huge holiday raffle of great items including an Apple iPad Mini. Admission is free, no reservations required. All proceeds benefit Cub Scout Pack 102 in Olmsted Falls.

OT Storm Cleanup

The Township had Republic place dumpsters at the Woodgate Community Center, Schady Road Soccer field and Town Hall parking lots for residents to use for storm clean up. Republic has also called in extra trucks to cover our area.

SOURCE: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Olmsted-Township/151139781645042

OF Electricity, Roads, Schools

Dear Bulldog Parents:

We are assisting the City of Olmsted Falls in pushing out important information regarding the impact of the storm. We are utilizing our parent e-mail distribution to get out the following important information:

There are several areas in our community currently without power due to outages causes by storm damage.
There are also a number of road closures throughout the community due to both downed trees and flooding including:

Crainage from Mapleway to Fitch is closed due to a downed tree.

Bagley Road near St. Mary of the Falls is closed due to flooding.

Bagley Road from High School to Middle School is closed due to flooding.

Sprague Road from Jacque to Usher is closed due to flooding.

For information on road closures, you can call the City dispatch at 235-3145. Updates will also soon be posted on the City website at http://www.olmstedfalls.org.

The power company currently has crews working in our area to “clear hazards” — this means that they are first working to remove downed trees and other hazards. Then, once hazards have been clear, they will begin to work on repairing / restoring power.

Regarding the status of Olmsted Falls School District for tomorrow, Wednesday, October 31st, a decision will be made later this evening as to whether school will be able to resume tomorrow. Please check the District website at http://www.ofcs.net for the latest information.

Please feel free to forward this e-mail to neighbors, friends and relatives in the community. Our thoughts are with those in our community who may have been personally impacted by storm damage.

Sincerely,

Kim Petrina
Director of Communications
Olmsted Falls School District
440.427.6020 / kpetrina@ofcs.net

Trick-or-Treating Postponed Until Sunday

Due to the severe weather caused by Hurricane Sandy, the Olmsted Township and the Olmsted Falls Police Departments have postponed the trick-or-treat tradition in both areas until 6-8 p.m. Nov. 4.

Safety come first, and with the high winds and heavy rain forecast for the next two days, the safety forces decided to postpone the outdoor activities until the weekend when the weather should return to a seasonal nature.

SOURCE:  http://www.cleveland.com/olmsted/index.ssf/2012/10/olmsted_falls_olmsted_township_2.html

Make Your Voice Heard: OF Quality of Life survey

Dear Bulldog Parents:

The City of Olmsted Falls, Olmsted Township and the Olmsted Falls City Schools have partnered to develop a Quality of Life survey for residents. We want to hear from you.  We encourage you to participate in the on-line survey, which should take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

Please click on this link and share your ideas on the opportunities we have or should have in our community. The survey is anonymous and being monitored by a third party.

Please feel free to forward this e-mail link on to other friends and neighbors who reside in our community.  A link to the survey will also be available on the home page of our District website at www.ofcs.net.

Best wishes for a continued safe and relaxing summer!

Sincerely,
Kim Petrina
Director of Communications
Olmsted Falls School District
(440) 427-6020
kpetrina@ofcs.net

Babysitter Available

Christina Pedicini is looking for babysitting jobs.  Christina is 14 years old (15 in September), and will be a freshman at the Olmsted Falls high school in the fall.  Christina has successfully completed the Red Cross babysitting course.  She can be reached at 440-235-5836.

OECPTA WingDing This Saturday

Join the Olmsted Early Childhood PTA
for a great night of good food, loads of fun and lasting friendships.

Razzles/Rockers Cafe
27128 Bagley Road, Olmsted Twp. 
Saturday, April 28th
7-9 p.m.
Ticket Price: $20 each
Includes all-you-can-eat wings, pizza and limited beverages, 50/50 raffles, Chinese Raffle and DJ.

For additional information or tickets contact Sandy Price @ 440-236-6088.  Tickets also available at the event.   Adults 21 and over please.