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Principal: Gina Kleive
Assistant Principal:  Rachel Jackson
Assistant Principal: Michael Emerson

Phone:  218-336-8940
Fax:  218-336-8949
Attendance: 218-336-8940 Ext. 4201
 

20-21 Messages from Mrs. Kleive

Please click here to see the newest message from Mrs. Kleive!!

November 20, 2020

November 6, 2020

October 9, 2020

September 14, 2020

August 10 - "Return to Learn"

 

 

Explore the Arts and Express Yourself

Showcase your talents in the PTA Reflections program

National PTA's Reflections program provides opportunities for recognition and access to the arts. 

Every year, for more than 50 years, 300,000 students in Pre-K through Grade 12 create original works of art in response to a student-selected theme.

The theme for the 2020-2021 program year is "I Matter Because...." 

Students submit their completed works of art in one or all of the available arts categories: 

Dance Choreography, Film Production, Literature, Music Composition, Photography, Visual Arts.

Student winners from the local level have the opportunity to move up to state PTA programs and to the national level. 

National Reflections winners are celebrated annually at National PTA's Convention & Expo. 

National PTA then collects and curates a traveling exhibit for the next year.

 

Submissions are Due January 5, 2021 at the Ordean East Middles School office.

Submissions must include: Student entry form and consent form

Please review guidelines and rules for your selected category or categories.

If you have questions or need additional help, contact:

Angel Sarkela-Saur at coffeeart@yahoo.com

CSS Tutoring Support

Duluth Public Schools is entering into an agreement with the College of Saint Scholastica (CSS) to provide academic tutoring supports for our students that are participating in Distance or Hybrid Learning models.

CSS tutors will begin providing supports within the next couple of weeks.

Tutoring support is available online and will be provided through Zoom meeting links, as CSS accounts do not work with Google Meet.

CSS students do not have teacher access to Canvas or Seesaw and will not be working with teacher(s) to get work.

A parent can elect to give access rights as an observer to a tutor working with a student or the student can share the online learning with a tutor.

Parents must give permission for students to access these supports. Please complete the following form to indicate your interest in having your child participate to receive tutoring supports. Please include contact information so a tutor can reach out to you once the program is initiated.

Request Tutor Support

Free Breakfast & Lunch Available to Children During Digital Learning 

Free bagged meals are available weekdays when school is in session to children 18 years of age and younger. Parents/Guardians can pick up the bagged meal without students present.

Even though meals are free, we encourage families to fill out the Application for Free/Reduced Price Meals.

  • Qualifying for free or reduced price lunch may also qualify your family to pay a lower fee or no fee for school activities.
  • Students who qualify take the ACT Test at school for free.
  • Families who qualify are helping Duluth schools receive additional education funds and discounts. 

Click here to apply for Free/Reduced Price Lunch.

Distribution at the following school sites from 11:30AM-1:00PM

  • Congdon Elementary, 3116 E. Superior Street
  • Homecroft Elementary, 4784 Howard Gnesen Road
  • Lakewood Elementary, 5207 N. Tischer Road
  • Laura MacArthur Elementary, 720 N. Central Avenue 
  • Lester Park Elementary, 5300 Glenwood Street
  • Lowell Elementary, 2000 Rice Lake Road
  • Myers-Wilkins Elementary, 1027 N. 8th Avenue East
  • Piedmont Elementary, 2827 Chambersburg Avenue
  • Stowe Elementary, 715-101st Avenue W. 
  • Lincoln Park Middle School, 3215 W. 3rd Street
  • Ordean East Middle School, 2900 E. 4th Street
  • Denfeld High School, 401 N. 44th Avenue W.
  • Duluth East High School, 301 N. 40th Avenue E.

Questions? 218-336-8707.   

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Infinite Campus

Canvas

School Counseling Office

6th Grade Announcement Week of November 19-25

 


2020-2021 SCHOOL SUPPLIES

All OEMS Students will start the year in Distance Learning. All students will need regular access to an electronic device, preferably a Chromebook or laptop. More information about Chromebooks & WiFi HotSpot distribution, for those in need, will be coming soon. In the meantime, please see our suggested school supply list. Contact your school counselor or school social worker, if you need support accessing supplies.

Often Used Links

Canvas

Infinite Campus


NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION

Welcome to Middle School

To all new incoming students, parents and families, we are so excited to have you join our OEMS family in the Fall. Please take some time to watch our New Student Welcome video. We look forward to meeting you!!

Here is some information from the Health Office for all new incoming students as well.


Dare to Dream Grants: fund art, cultural, leadership, educational, & outdoors/wilderness experiences for girls in grades 4 through 12, allowing them to begin exploring the outside world and begin recognizing their own abilities, values and strengths in the process.

Let Me Play Grants: fund sport, athletic, & dance equipment or participation fees for girls in grades K through 12,  giving them the opportunity to be part of a team, build strength and confidence, and push themselves farther—on the field and off.

Our grant application deadlines are April 1 and October 1 each year.  Ann Bancroft Grant

Calendar

NOV
26

Thanksgiving - No School

All Day Event

NOV
27
DEC
9

Q & A with Joe Schingen

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Hello All, Joe Schingen has offered to do a Question and Answer session for Canvas and...