The ONY Way!

GRIT PASSION VISION SERVICE FAMILY


The 2020-21 yearbooks have arrived in the high school office!

You can pick yours up beginning on

Monday, August 23


High School Supply List

(What you should have to be ready for the first day,

AUGUST 31st, 2021)


Plenty of Number 2 pencils

Plenty of college ruled notebook paper

A folder for each class

Backpack

(At this time students will not be checking out lockers)


(Teachers may request additional supplies later)

Go Loggers!


April 16, 2021

After hard work of community service hours, Onalaska High School Future Business Leaders of America Chapter completed successfully their Animal Donation Drive with over 177 items dropped off at one of three locations which included Brenda's Country Market, Annie's Market, and Salkum Store over a three week period in February and March 2021.


Mackinzie Craney, headed up the Campaign as Coordinator for the Animal Drive and others volunteered included Marissa Rodriguez, Emma Briggs, Addy Ashley, David Locklin, Carmen Ibarra, Rylan McGraw, Ariana Parker, Precious Bordeau, Chloe Johnston-Lester, and Lexi Allebaugh.


The staff at Lewis County Animal Shelter is extremely appreciative of the overwhelming amount of dog, cat food, toys, bowls, grooming supplies, horse and chicken feed, and many other donated items. Once the students unloaded all the items, they were able to view the dogs, cats, puppies, and bunnies up for adoption,


In the future, students will be able to volunteer their community service hours once the Covid restrictions are lifted in a few weeks in regards to Lewis County Animal Shelter. All students as part of their graduation needs to complete their community service hours by their Senior year with an organization. After completing their field trip April 16, Friday to the Lewis County Animal Shelter, many are eager to participate and help out with the service provided to the public there on location.

February 8, 2021

Sporting Event, Covid-19 Guidelines


Sports are back! We are excited to get your athletes back on the field and court in a safe manner. We know that you are excited to see them competing as well. With that in mind, there are some new guidelines that we must follow in order to have spectators at our games. Rules that have been put forth by the Governor’s office and the Department of Health, limit the number of people we are allowed to have in our facility.

Spectators

  • We are allowed to have no more than 200 people in our facilities, which includes all players, coaches, officials, etc. Therefore, the number of spectators we have maybe significantly less.

  • After going through the bleachers and checking capacity, it looks as though we may be limited to about 80 spectators for indoor events.

  • Spectator numbers for outdoor events will fluctuate based on how many athletes, coaches, etc. are participating.

  • Only home spectators will be allowed entry. No visiting families or fans from the opposition will be allowed entry. This is a league rule.

  • In addition, we must accommodate for proper distancing between household groups. However, the league has agreed to live stream all events. We are working on the details. We will communicate the links for live stream via our website and through your children.

Attending Games

As you can imagine, there will be some different processes for fans who are able to attend games:

  • Only those with a ticket will be allowed into the game

  • Masks are required at all times in our facilities.

  • Each ticket will have a COVID attestation form on the back for you to sign.

  • We will be taking temperatures at the door.

  • We will be enforcing 6-foot distancing between households in the stands. We will give one warning to those who do not comply. If that warning is not heeded, you will be asked to leave the facility.

If we all follow these rules, we can continue to have our athletes compete.

Tickets

  • Only those with a ticket will be allowed into the game. Any available tickets must be arranged prior to the event. There will be no ticket sales at the gates.

  • Tickets will go out to people a day or two prior to the contest.

  • The first priority is to provide tickets for the parents of the athletes first, then immediate family members within reason, and ultimately to some of the members of the student body.


Tickets (continued)

  • With these limited numbers of spectators. The hope is to be able to provide, at minimum, 2 tickets for each athlete in uniform.

  • For some sports/contests, we may be able to offer more than that. The goal is to get as many people in our facility as possible, while still following all of the protocols.

  • We will also grant priority based on class (seniors, then juniors, etc.) as needed.

  • Watch for a letter to every athlete’s parents prior to each contest to help determine the ticket distribution. It will be a monumental task and we will need your patience and understanding.

Video Streaming

  • If you can’t make it to the games, there is still a chance for you to watch, as the league has agreed to live stream all events. We are working on the details.

  • We will communicate the links for live stream via our website and through your children.


Sports are back but it will take community teamwork to continue to provide these special memories for our student-athletes. WE CAN DO IT FOR THE KIDS! If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to call or email the Athletic Director. We all want to make the best of this difficult situation, and we can do that by working together.

The weather was amazing and the high school turnout was even better. As part of "The Ony Way" and providing service to the community, the Leadership Council picked up litter along State Highway 508 on both ends of town.

The students and staff participating: Alex Cleveland-Barerra, Jaycee Talley, Mason Ulery, Kolby Mozingo, Gunnar Talley, Callie Lawrence, Baltazar Cleveland-Barerra, Danny Dalsted, Savannah Gifford, Morgan Hamilton, Dakotah Hamilton, Brooklyn Sandridge, Kayla Osbourne, Doug Abrahamson, Mazen Saade, Dennis Bower.

Good job and thank you to the Leadership Council for demonstrating "The ONY Way".