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OE High School Band Earns Ones

On Saturday February 29th, the Ovid-Elsie High School and Middle School concert bands traveled to Perry High School to compete in the District Band Festival. The middle school band played at 9:20 a.m. and the ...

OE Band Enters District Band Festival

The OE High School band was supposed to have a long week ahead of them. They would have had two performances that count as a grade, and one extra pep band performance that would have counted as time to make up...

School Climate Survey Results Mixed

We recently conducted a school climate survey to see how students felt about attending school here. From a poll of 20 students that attend Ovid-Elsie under half of the students found that it was an enjoyable s...

Woodshop Students Set Plans in Action

Woodshop class with Instructor Ben Smith has many exciting plans being made into sawdust, as kids start planning boards to start their projects. A few of the popular projects this year are night stands, coffee...
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NAHS ADDs to Mural Creation

Over the summer the NAHS, or National Art  Honor Society, got together on multiple occasions and painted a section of the Legendary Artist Mural Passage Project put on by the Clinton County Arts Council.&...

OE Freshman Needs Your Help

Meet Justin Cole, a freshman at Ovid Elsie. He plays football, basketball, and is one of the most caring people you will ever meet. His most well known characteristic is his contagious smile, and it can bright...
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Know the Signs of Neuroblastoma

Neuroblastoma is a cancer that develops from immature nerve cells found in several areas of the body. Neuroblastoma most commonly arises in and around the adrenal glands, which have similar origins to nerve ce...

Sixth graders Hear from Other Cultures

 In the middle school this week 6th grade is having speakers from  Bolivia, Zambia, China, and Morocco on Tuesday. “They are giving the 6th grade students a glimpse into what life is like their count...