The mission of Ottawa Township High School, in a cooperative effort with students, parents and community, is to educate students in a safe, positive, challenging environment which promotes responsible citizenship and active lifelong learning.Ottawa Township High School has the responsibility to: Help students grow intellectually, personally, physically, and socially in proportion to their abilities to the extent that they will assume an increasing obligation for their own education, personal well-being, and social awareness. Reaffirm our commitment to a government of the people and to encourage the obligations of good citizenship and respect for law and order. Guide students in developing skills, attitudes, and habits needed by effective leaders and intelligent followers. Demonstrate that many fields of knowledge are inter-related and that each area can contribute significantly to studentâ€™s intellectual growth.
Early Dismissal Friday and Spring Break Dates
OTHS will dismiss students at 2:30 on Friday, March 22. Spring Break begins Monday, March 25 and continues through Friday, March 29. Classes resume Monday, April 1.
Announcements for Wednesday, March 20
Lunch for today:Â Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes with gravy, vegetables and milk. SPORTS/COMPETITIONS The JV Soccer Team kicked off their season with a 3-0 win against Kankakee.Â Catherine Tipton scored three goals. She was assisted by Autumn Kunkel
John Ourth Student Recognition Awards
Congratulations to both Madison Sealley and Brody Snook! They are outstanding students at OTHS who were recognized and honored at the Starved Rock Illinois Principals' Association John Ourth Recognition Breakfast. We are proud of their achievements and
NIB 12 Art Competition - OTHS wins 1st Place!
On Saturday, March 16, OTHS art students participated in the NIB 12 Art Competition at Geneseo. Conference schools were invited to bring 12 pieces of work to represent their Art Department. Ottawa was awarded an overall 1st place! Students earned first p
New Requirement from IL Dept of Public Health for 2019-20 Incoming Freshman
Below is a letter from the Ottawa High School nurse. The letter explains a new health requirement for all incoming freshman for the 2019-2020 school year. You may print the following attachments for your convenience: PROOF OF SCHOOL DENTAL EXAM FORM, D
OTHS Remind App for Important School Notifications
Ottawa Township High School is now utilizing the Remind App to share general school-related information with the OTHS community. This includes weather-related closures, calendar updates, or other information important to the school community. With the R
Core Subject Tutoring - Before and After School
OTHS offers before and after school tutoring. Please see information below and attached for easier viewing and printing. This is a great opportunity for students to get assistance in core subjects with teachers in that field of expertise. [Image:816
Ottawa Township High School will not tolerate harassing, intimidating conduct, or bullying whether verbal, physical, or visual, that affects the tangible benefits of education, that unreasonably interferes with a studentâ€™s educational performance, or th