December 6, 2019
Logger Send-Off to State!
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Onalsaka Students and Staff "send-off" the Logger football team to state.

The Loggers play the Kalama Chinooks for the state  2B football championship, at Lakewood Harry Lang stadium, Saturday, 4:00!


December 2, 2019
Loggers Chop Down Adna; Head to State.
Congratulations to the boys Logger football team as they defeated Adna in the semi finals and now advance to the STATE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME this Saturday December 7th at 4 pm vs Kalama, in Lakewood (Harry E. Lang Stadium).  The stadium is approximately 1 hour and 10 minutes away.
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The admission costs continue to increase:
Adults and students without ASB cards:  $16
Students with ASB cards and Seniors:  $11
Military Discount:  $11

The players bus will leave 11:00 am, the band bus and cheerleading bus:  TBA

Important Travel Information - Travel to/from Harry Lang Stadium, avoid downtown Lakewood and Gravelly Lake Drive Avenue in the afternoon as the annual Santa Parade takes place between 1:00-6:00 pm, and that street will be closed.

DIRECTIONS TO HARRY LANG STADIUM

From southbound I-5 - Take exit 125 for Bridgeport Way, turn right at Bridgeport Way SW

From northbound I-5 - Take exit 125 for Bridgeport Way, turn left on Bridgeport Way SW

Turn left at 112th St SW, destination will be on the right – spectator parking in either of the large lots South of the stadium – home team on the West side, visiting team on the East side

Fan entry is at the South end of the stadium complex


December 2, 2019
Middle School food Drive.

The Onalaska Middle school food drive, #WeScareHunger2019, ended on November 20th. The entire middle school collected over 880 pounds of canned food to donate to the Onalaska Assembly of God Church.  Mr. Gerbracht's classroom took first place, winning a rootbeer float party with a dash of technology.

8th period Leadership students help load up all the donations to the Onalaska Assembly of God Church. #WeScareHunger2019

Thank you to everyone for making this years #WeScareHunger a great success.



November 27, 2019
Elementary Teacher Pay Price for "Kindness Challenge" Success.
The Onalaska Elementary students beat last years "Kindness Challenge" by submitting 2000 more kindness strips, than last year. The students celebrated by throwing pies in the faces of five teachers and the principal.


November 26, 2019
Skills USA Students Head to the Beach.

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Part of Skills USA is exposing students to new skills. Skills USA advisor and STEM Teacher Kevin Hoffman and the Skills USA students took a trip to the Washington Coast. While there, they dug razor clams. With their self-made clam guns, and licenses in hand, the students
 dug 119 razor clams Sunday night at Twin Harbors. 

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The weather was beautiful, clams were plentiful, and and everyone learned proper clam digging etiquette.


November 26, 2019
OHS FFA Poinsettias Sale.

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The Onalaska FFA will be selling Poinsettias that were grown by the Plant Science class in the Onalaska Greenhouse. We have a couple Pinks left and about 20 reds to be sold. Let me know if you are interested, they are $15.00 a piece. They are about 20-24" tall and are 3.5" pots with a solo plant in them. We will be sending them home on Wednesday.

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Fall Events:
  • OHS Football at State, Dec 7!
  • MS Music concert, Dec 9, 7pm
  • HS Music concert, Dec 12, 7pm
  • ES P-2 Music concert, Dec 16, 6pm
  • ES 3-5 Music concert, Dec 18, 6pm
  • CCC Scholarship application window is open 
  • Winter Solstice, Dec 21
  • Winter Break, Dec 23-Jan 3

November 21, 2019
Centralia College Scholarships.
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November 26, 2019
Logger Soccer Finishes State Playoff Run.

A shout-out and congratulations to the Logger Soccer team. They demonstrated everything about The Ony Way:  Vision, Passion, Pride, Grit, and Service. The Team finished 4th in the Central 2B league with a 6 -3 record, and then proceeded to make a tournament run for the ages. They finished 14-6-1 overall and secured 4th place in the State Tournament. The Loggers lost a tough game to the eventual State Champions, the Davenport Gorillas, and then dropped another 1-0 loss to their league rivals - Adna in the 3rd/4th place game.  

We are very proud of these players, and the future looks very positive as many of the them return next year. We will miss the seniors as they capped off a remarkable career: Autumn Russ, Andrea Hallaway, Hannah Cameron, Becca Griel, and Angel Wetherbee (manager).

November 22, 2019
FFA Holiday DriveFFA Holiday Donation Drive.

There is never a bad time to help those in need, especially during the holiday season. 

Bring your canned food, gently used coats, scarves, gloves, hats, blankets or socks to your A.O. classroom on November 22-27.

Questions can be directed to Lori Sanderson or Terri Dalsted.

November 20, 2019
Grandparent Luncheon a Tasty Success.
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The Grandparent luncheon was well attended, with many grandparents in attendance dinning with their grandchildren. Smiles and conversation dominated the dinning hall.

Grandparents Luncheon
A big thank-you to Jerry Carlson and the entire Food Services Staff for putting the Grandparent Luncheon event together. The cafeteria was busy with people of all ages enjoying a Thanksgiving meal.

Grandparents Luncheon
Thanks also to the para-educators and teachers whose patience was unwavering as we had a room full of K-5 students and their guests. You all did a fantastic job of being organized, making adjustments on the fly and making this a great experience for our guests.




November 7, 2019
Sabrina Stanley Gives Lecture at OHS.
Sabrina Stanley
Sabrina Stanley, (Ony alum 2008), visited Onalaska on November 7, as a guest speaker to OHS students. Sabrina's story is about grit, passion, and vision; three components of "The ONY Way!"

Sabrina Stanley
Sabrina is a professional ultra-runner who specializes in 100-mile mountain races. At 25 Sabrina attempted her first 100-mile trail race, failing in epic fashion at mile 87. After this failure she promised herself, she would finish every race she started no matter what, a rarity in the sport of ultra-running. Sabrina also decided that she was going to come back to the very race that defeated her and finish it. In 2018 Sabrina was ranked 8th best American ultra-runner. With her 2019 race season she is hoping to be top 5.

Sabrina Stanley
Currently Sabrina has won the last ten ultra-races she started. Her most recent win was at Grand Raid Reunion, the largest 100-mile race in the world, where she became the first American winner (male or female) in the races 27-year history. 

Thanks for coming back to Ony, Sabrina. You are a great example of “The ONY Way!”


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