Rhonda Trimble
USD 322 has just been awarded a 21st Century Grant which will allow us to offer a summer camp beginning on July 8th for K-6th grade students. The camp will be from 8am-1pm 5 days per week and last for 4 weeks. Busing to and from the program will be provided. The 21st CCLC program aligns with the district's Leader in Me initiative and focuses on math, literacy, physical activity, and character development with nutritious meals and snacks. The project director is Thelma Linck. She can be reached at linckt@usd322.org to enroll your student for the July program or by calling the district office at 785-889-4614.
28 days ago, Rhonda Trimble
Cathy Marten
Onaga Schools Supply list
about 7 hours ago, Cathy Marten
Justine Sperber
Any 9-12 grade girls wanting to play volleyball this upcoming season we will be having a camp July 15-18 from 5:30-7:30 pm. Please let Coach Justine Sperber or Coach Jordan Boswell know if you will be attending as we will be ordering t-shirts. Cost will be $6. We hope to see you there to get ready for the upcoming season! Go Buffaloes!
10 days ago, Justine Sperber
Ryan Noel
Great opportunity!!! Please share!!
14 days ago, Ryan Noel
Christy Koelzer
KRR Field Trip Friday: Parents, please be advised we may be late returning to the school by the time we go to the park for lunch after the movie. It could be 1:15 to 1:30 before we are back to school and get dismissed. We will do our absolute best to be back as soon as possible. We appreciate your understanding and flexibility.
26 days ago, Christy Koelzer
Ty Poell
If your child is taking drivers ed this summer, their last opportunity to pick up class materials before Monday’s start date is today from 10am-2pm. Enter the main entrance on west side of school and pick up materials in principal’s office. Thank you.
about 1 month ago, Ty Poell
Ty Poell
Drivers Ed will begin on Monday, June 17 and run from 8am-noon. More details, study guides, etc will go out early next week including a couple of times for folks to come in and pick up the needed materials. Also, a schedule of driving/dates and times as well as general class information will be included in these packets that will be picked up next week. Thank you.
about 1 month ago, Ty Poell
Ryan Noel
Girls Basketball camps start Monday, June 3rd. Future 7-12 grade girls are from 9am to noon. Insurance fee of $3 must be paid to attend. Girls who will be in 4th through 6th grade next year are on Mon, Tue, and Wed from 1-2:30pm. Cost for that camp is $30. Hoping to have a gym full of competitors!
about 1 month ago, Ryan Noel
Juley Kolterman
KRR Summer Camp kids raised over $200.00 today at our Lemonade Stands around town. The money we raised will be used to purchase food, which we are donating to the local food bank. I love that the kids are learning about community and helping those that might need a helping hand during rough times. They really did a wonderful job today! Thanks to everyone who came by to get Lemonade and support us and our community service project!
about 1 month ago, Juley Kolterman
Rhonda Trimble
Please join us at our Community Engagement Meeting!
about 1 month ago, Rhonda Trimble
Justine Sperber
OHS boys basketball camp cancelled for tonight due to weather.
about 1 month ago, Justine Sperber
Christy Koelzer
KRR Summer Camp Lemonade Stand community service project details.
about 1 month ago, Christy Koelzer
Christy Koelzer
Reminder for K-3 students signed up for KRR At the Beach Summer Program that we start next Tuesday, May 28. Parents please check email for a letter with further details sent out this morning.
about 1 month ago, Christy Koelzer
Ty Poell
There will be an Onaga High School Boys Basketball Camp on May 28 and May 29. It will take place at 7pm at the high school. It is open to boys who plan on playing high school basketball for 2019-20.
about 1 month ago, Ty Poell
Adam Kufahl
Two weeks ago several representatives from Onaga went to Topeka to help represent KRR. The Governor officially signed the after school proclamation with Mrs. Glessner, Mr. Kufahl, Christy Koelzer and Becky Nider on hand for the signing.
2 months ago, Adam Kufahl
Clay Szel
Each year Mrs. Suther incubates eggs in her room. She showed the elementary and high school students who were very excited as they watched the ducks take their first swim. Posted by Clayton Szel
2 months ago, Clay Szel
Parker Feagins
On May 8 there was a school event called the Spring Fling. The event was sponsored by the PATHS group. They had lots of food and a silent auction. The purpose of the event was to end the school year with some fun activities and to make money for next years PATHS activities.
2 months ago, Parker Feagins
Lilly Carl
Did you know that May is Brain Cancer Awareness Month? If you know someone with Brain Cancer, please show them how much you appreciate them for being in your life just like I did with my Great Grandpa Jack who died from Brain Cancer in 2014. Posted by Lilly Carl.
2 months ago, Lilly Carl
Ryan Noel
Onaga baseball falls to Marysville 18-1 and 5-2. Tommy Kaberline hit a 2-run shot to tally the first homerun in program history. We all appreciate everyone’s help and support this season!!
2 months ago, Ryan Noel
Ty Poell
PATHS is sponsoring Muffins with Mom on Monday, May 13 at 730 am in the cafeteria. Any mom, grandma, aunt, sister or any magnificent person is welcome to attend with their PreK-6th grade student.
2 months ago, Ty Poell
Justine Sperber
Onaga Grade School Field Day is in full swing! Come out and enjoy cheering on our future Buffaloes!
2 months ago, Justine Sperber
Lilly Carl
Habit #7 of the Leader In Me is “Sharpening the Saw”. “Sharpening the Saw” means renew yourself physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. This quote by Marianne Williamson is a good example of how to renew yourself. Posted by Lilly Carl.
2 months ago, Lilly Carl
Ty Poell
For the OGS Field Day on Friday, the track and HS football practice field will be the locations for events. We will stay off of the main football field to avoid damaging it. Thank you.
2 months ago, Ty Poell
Ty Poell
The PATHS Spring Fling will be held in the old gym and commons area this evening from 530-7:00. Please enter the event through the west doors to the commons. Hope to see u there!
2 months ago, Ty Poell
Christy Koelzer
As part of National Teacher Appreciation Week, Onaga Grade School is proud to announce Stacy Rempe was recognized as Kansas Reading Roadmap Outstanding Early Literacy Teacher for working to promote reading skills! Teachers are the heart of the educational process!
2 months ago, Christy Koelzer
Parker Feagins
This Friday the Onaga baseball team will play their last game of the inaugural season. Please join us at the Onaga diamond at 4:30pm to cheer them on!! Posted by: Parker Feagins
2 months ago, Parker Feagins
Parker Feagins
This Friday the Onaga baseball team will play their last game of the inaugural season. Please join us at the Onaga diamond at 4:30pm to cheer them on!! Posted by: Parker Feagins
2 months ago, Parker Feagins
Parker Feagins
This Friday the Onaga baseball team will play their last game of the inaugural season. Please join us at the Onaga diamond at 4:30pm to cheer them on!! Posted by: Parker Feagins
2 months ago, Parker Feagins
Ty Poell
Both high school baseball and softball games have been cancelled today and will not be rescheduled.
2 months ago, Ty Poell
Ryan Noel
Baseball team goes 0-2 today in Holton J.V. tournament. Next game is Tuesday in Onaga at 5pm vs Doniphan West.
2 months ago, Ryan Noel
Sherri Brunkow
Alverson’s and Kramer’s Kindergarten release the lady bugs they hatched.
2 months ago, Sherri Brunkow
Halie Jeanneret
On May 1, 4 young ladies; Halie Jeanneret, Kyla McLaughlin, Laura Krohn, & Kady Figge, set up the "Onaga Baseball History" display at the Onaga Historical Society. The day was a "TLIM Community Service Day" that allows students to participate in community service projects.
2 months ago, Halie Jeanneret
Ty Poell
Important Reminder: Students who are wanting to take Drivers Ed in Onaga this summer have all of the sign up/informational materials to complete and return to school by June 1. Fees are due by this day as well. They must be 14 by June 16 and entering 9th grade in the fall.
2 months ago, Ty Poell
Ryan Noel
Current 6-11th grade students, you need to sign up for Free Physical Night by this Friday with Gayla. The free nights at CHCS for you are May 8th and May 14th. #BeProactive
3 months ago, Ryan Noel
Sherri Brunkow
She wanted to take them home to feed her chickens!
3 months ago, Sherri Brunkow
Sherri Brunkow
McNally’s 3rd grade with Kramer’s and Alverson’s kindergarten classes picking up trash and sticks. #TLIM
3 months ago, Sherri Brunkow
Juley Kolterman
TLIM Service Learning Day
3 months ago, Juley Kolterman
Sherri Brunkow
Mulching flower beds, little Buffaloes making a difference. #TLIM
3 months ago, Sherri Brunkow
Juley Kolterman
TLIM Service Learning Day
3 months ago, Juley Kolterman
Sherri Brunkow
Enjoying CHCS a healthy snacks after a hard day of work. #TLIM #First things First
3 months ago, Sherri Brunkow
Sherri Brunkow
#TLIM
3 months ago, Sherri Brunkow
Lilly Carl
Habit #1 “Be Proactive” is another one of my favorite habits. This quote by Winston Churchill helps explain Habit #1. Posted by Lilly Carl.
3 months ago, Lilly Carl
Clay Szel
The greenhouse is having a plant sale on May 1st, 7th, 8th and 11th. These sales will be held at the greenhouse from 2:00pm to 5:15pm. They have a wide variety of plants for sale. You can make special requests for plants with Mr. Pitts. Posted by Clayton Szel
3 months ago, Clay Szel
Ian Heit
Your greatness will never be determined by how much you receive today. It will be determined by how much you give. - Jon Gordon (Habits 4,5,6,7).
3 months ago, Ian Heit
Lilly Carl
Habit #5, “Seek first to understand, then to be understood”, is my favorite habit. This quote by Bryant McGill explains Habit #5 perfectly. Posted by Lilly Carl
3 months ago, Lilly Carl
Halie Jeanneret
The Easter bunny was having a good time last Thursday (4/18) at Onaga schools. The bunny hid eggs for the preschoolers and took time out of the day to do so. (Habits #1 & #4) The children had a great time and got sweets to bring home. I hope everyone had a "Hoppy" Easter!
3 months ago, Halie Jeanneret
Parker Feagins
Through the Caring Community Foundation, many students will have a special pizza lunch this week and next. Thank you to so many of our Onaga community members for your generosity! Posted by P.Feagins
3 months ago, Parker Feagins
Ryan Noel
Special congrats to Zac Fisher on his recent record-breaking field event performances. He recently broke the Junior High Long Jump record, dating back to 1976 belonging to Tim Boswell. Today he broke the Triple Jump record previously set by Joe Vance. Congrats Mr. Fisher!
3 months ago, Ryan Noel
Ryan Noel
OHS sweeps Troy tonight. The girls win both games over the visiting Trojans and the boys notch victory #1 in the program. Great work youngsters!
3 months ago, Ryan Noel
Crystal Miller
Once again, OHS students will have the opportunity to travel abroad, this time to beautiful PERU in June of 2021! An informational meeting will be held this coming Sunday, April 28th at 2:00 pm in the high school. Parents and students are encouraged to attend to learn more about the trip. Please RSVP to Crystal Miller (millerc@usd322.org), use the QR code, or Snap code in the photo if you will be attending the meeting. If you are interested, but unable to attend, please contact Crystal Miller for details. This trip is for any OHS student, not just Spanish Club members. See you there!
3 months ago, Crystal Miller
Adam Kufahl
The senior class is enjoying a local history tour today with Mr. Kufahl. This morning featured a visit to Alcove Springs where this picture was taken. This afternoon they'll be visiting historical places around Onaga, connecting the dots from our local past to present day.
3 months ago, Adam Kufahl
Keith Figge
Monday night, Tess Fairbanks finished up a very successful year as our FFA Northeast District Sentinel. We are so very proud of how she represented herself, family and the Onaga FFA. We are also very happy to announce that Kady Figge will be serving as the Northeast District President for the 2019-20 year. We are also very proud of how she competed and did so very well. Congrats to both Ladies. And thank you for allowing me to be apart of your success!!!!!
3 months ago, Keith Figge
Rhonda Trimble
Tuesday, May 7th is Teacher Appreciation Day. We are extremely thankful for the wonderful teachers we have in our district and will be celebrating them the week of May 6th through May 10th.
3 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Rhonda Trimble
Wednesday, May 8th is National School Nurse Day, so please take time to thank our school nurse for all she does for our students.
3 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Rhonda Trimble
Wednesday, April 24th is Administrative Professionals Day, so please take time to thank all of our district secretaries, administrative assistants and other office professionals for making USD 322 great!
3 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Rhonda Trimble
Tuesday, April 23rd is National Bus Driver's Day, so please take time to thank our district bus drivers for doing a great job and keeping our children safe!
3 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Kaitlin Dallman
OJH track athletes have been working hard and competing the past couple weeks. Below are some snapshots of our athletes in action.
3 months ago, Kaitlin Dallman
Ty Poell
Driver's education will be offered in Onaga this summer. Students must be 14 by May 29 and entering 9th grade in the fall. Many more details to be announced...stay tuned.
3 months ago, Ty Poell
Christy Koelzer
Last day of KRR After School Program for this school year is May 2.
3 months ago, Christy Koelzer
Michelle Krause
Senior Aaron Schwartz was awarded an Ag Technician Scholarship from KanEquip. Congratulations Aaron!!
3 months ago, Michelle Krause
Clay Szel
This morning Mrs. Kocher’s 1st hour Algebra 1 class went up to Redbud Assisted Living to help the residents get ready for Spring planting. We helped pull weeds and rake and gather leaves. We did a very good job at exhibiting Habit #6, Synergize. Posted by Clayton Szel.
3 months ago, Clay Szel
Ryan Noel
Onaga Baseball team falls to Mission Valley in the double-header 0-10 and 0-6. Lots of improvement shown tonight. The boys continue to get better.
3 months ago, Ryan Noel
Keith Figge
CDE Results Continued Food Science- A-Team-5th Halie Jeanneret-9th B-Team-3rd Casy Myers-4th Agribusiness-A-Team-5th K.C. Koelzer-9th, Peyton Wright-10th Floriculture-A-Team-8th Vet Science-A-Team-5th Tess Fairbanks-10th
3 months ago, Keith Figge
Keith Figge
FFA Results From Super CDE Day Ag Sales- A -Team 1st in Team Sales Molly Minihan--1st, KadyJae Figge--8th Milk Marketing-A-Team-3rd Peyton Wright-9th, Katelyn VanDonge-10th B-Team-1st Joey Marten-1st, Madyson Buescher-7th, Josh Marten-8th, Mitchell Schwartz-10th
3 months ago, Keith Figge
Halie Jeanneret
April 9th was International Winston Churchill Day. Churchill was a British politician, army officer, writer, and Prime Minister of the UK from 1940-1945. My favorite Churchill quote is shown with a photo I took in Wyoming. (shy = throw) Post by Halie Jeanneret
3 months ago, Halie Jeanneret
Michelle Krause
The Jr. High Leader in Me class practiced teamwork, critical thinking and problem solving skills untying the human knot!
3 months ago, Michelle Krause
Ian Heit
Spring is here! The grass is growing back and the trees are sprouting new leaves. Things are warming up at Onaga High School as well, with the media drone taking some pretty neat shots of OHS's campus and students. For those who dream to fly, this one's for you. -Post By Ian Heit
3 months ago, Ian Heit
Michelle Cromer
Another gentle reminder for ordering 2018-2019 yearbooks!
3 months ago, Michelle Cromer
Marcia Labbe
OHS KAY club Easter Egg Hunt will be held at Leisure Land Park Saturday, April 13 at 10 a.m. Children ages 0-10 are welcome! Please bring your own basket or bag. The Easter bunny will be present for pictures if you wish. Hope to see you there!
3 months ago, Marcia Labbe
Adam Kufahl
The Onaga softball team won both games against St. Marys tonight, extending its winning streak to four games. Harley Smith pitched a complete game shutout in a 5-0 win, then Morghan Owens pitched four shutout innings in a 16-0 run-rule in game two.
3 months ago, Adam Kufahl
Ryan Noel
Softball wins the opener 5-0. Hustle out to get supper and watch game 2!! Go Buffs!!
3 months ago, Ryan Noel
Ryan Noel
Harley Smith is retiring hitters left n right! Get out to the Onaga softball field ASAP. Buffs lead 3-0 over St Mary’s JV in the bottom of the 4th
3 months ago, Ryan Noel
Ty Poell
Reminder that there is no school for kids on Wednesday, April 10. It is a professional development day for all staff. Thank you.
3 months ago, Ty Poell
Ian Morris
This is Ian Heit, one of the seniors here at OHS. Ian has exercised the second habit (of The Leader in Me) which is “Begin With the End in Mind”. Ian is preparing for basic training with the U.S. Air Force beginning this July. Posted by Ian Morris
3 months ago, Ian Morris
Ryan Noel
Onaga Softball gets its first “Run Rule” in history, beating Riley Co JV 11-0 in 5 innings. Harley Smith gets the W from the mound.
3 months ago, Ryan Noel
Juley Kolterman
Some of USD 322 kids enjoying Havensville Living History Day.
3 months ago, Juley Kolterman
Ty Poell
A men’s wedding ring was found near the softball field. It is in the high school office for the owner to claim. Thank you.
3 months ago, Ty Poell
Anne Suther
Jr. High Track Opens Season @ Frankfort 4-4-19 competing against 6 schools. Team Placing: 7th Girls 3rd Place 7th Boys 4th Place 8th Girls 5th Place 8th Boys 3rd Place
3 months ago, Anne Suther
Michelle Cromer
Attention Parents of 9th - 12th graders: see the attached information from Mr. Koch regarding the process for ordering 2018-2019 yearbooks.
3 months ago, Michelle Cromer
Lilly Carl
Today, April 4, is National Librarian Day! Stop by the library and tell our wonderful and lovely librarian, Mrs. Bergman, how much you appreciate her working at our school. Posted by Lilly Carl.
3 months ago, Lilly Carl
Ian Morris
Did you know that today is Paraprofessional Appreciation Day? This day honors paraprofessional educators, who may also be known as paras. Here is one of our paras, Mrs. Pinick. We would like to thank all of our paras for what they do for us! Posted by Ian Morris
3 months ago, Ian Morris
Lara Brannan-Cole
Did you know that prom is this Saturday April 6th? The festivities start with the Public Walk-Through at the Community Center from 4 to 5 pm.
3 months ago, Lara Brannan-Cole
Justine Sperber
6th Grade Leader of the Week (3/25-3/29) Angelique Smith "I use habit one Be Proactive by getting all my stuff done and turned in on time. I like this habit because I always know what's going on in my life."
3 months ago, Justine Sperber
Justine Sperber
6th Grade Leader of the Week (3/25-3/29) Tad Szel "I like habit 6 Synergize. I like to be with others that I can work with under stress and help compromise arguments.
3 months ago, Justine Sperber
Ryan Noel
Baseball team falls twice tonight in a double-header against Nemaha Central. Kaid Schwant crossed home plate for the first run in history. Marked improvements on display tonight, looking for more in the next 8 practices.
4 months ago, Ryan Noel
Lara Brannan-Cole
Come cheer on our softball and baseball teams in their first home meet! We are looking forward to shouting with you in the stands.
4 months ago, Lara Brannan-Cole
Ryan Noel
Onaga Baseball Hats are available to all. Flex fit comes in only 2 sizes; Sm/Med -OR- Large/XL. $20 Please let me know if you’d like one and what size you need. -Coach Noel
4 months ago, Ryan Noel
Michelle Cromer
Baseball & History lovers!: Join us in the OHS Commons Area TOMORROW, 3.30.19 at 1:30pm, to learn the history of the Kansas City Monarchs Baseball Team & the Legacy of African American Baseball, being presented by baseball historian Mr. Phil S. Dixon. This is free to the public.
4 months ago, Michelle Cromer
Parker Feagins
Did you know that there is a program called Crayola Color Cycle that is devised to repurpose used markers rather than sending them to landfills. All around Onaga Elementary, students and teachers will be collecting used markers that are ready to be discarded.
4 months ago, Parker Feagins
Ian Heit
The 7th habit, Sharpen the Saw, highlights the importance of regular personal renewal. Take a little time out of each day to renew your heart, mind, body and soul by seeking out the things that inspire you. Photo and post by Ian Heit.
4 months ago, Ian Heit
Anne Suther
The Onaga High Softball game scheduled for today @ Silver Lake has been cancelled and re-scheduled for Tuesday, May 7 @ Silver Lake. Start time remains the same 4:00 p.m.
4 months ago, Anne Suther
Anne Suther
The OHS track meet for today, Thursday, March 28 at Frankfort has been cancelled. A make-up date has not been set.
4 months ago, Anne Suther
Justine Sperber
OHS Track Leader of the Week (3/18-3/22) Aaron Schwartz (Habit #2) "I use this habit in life when I start new things by giving it my all and ending the season the best way possible. Having the end in mind is a way to set a goal for yourself to be successful in what you do."
4 months ago, Justine Sperber
Justine Sperber
OHS Track Leader of the Week (3/18-3/22) Tess Fairbanks (Habit #2 - Begin with the end in mind) "I apply this to my life by setting my goals high and working hard to achieve them. Sometimes it is a struggle, but I always end up learning something from the challenge."
4 months ago, Justine Sperber
Justine Sperber
6th Grade Leader of the Week (3/18-3/22) Elocin Moran "My favorite habit is habit one, Be Proactive. I'm proactive by being a leader, listening to the teacher, and finding time to do work that I didn't finish in other subjects."
4 months ago, Justine Sperber
Justine Sperber
6th Grade Leader of the Week (3/18-3/22) Jackson Kolterman "The habit I use is Synergize. This means that if you work together you can achieve anything. For instance if you have a group of 3 you will get more ideas than you would working by yourself."
4 months ago, Justine Sperber
Ian Morris
Author Rosie Bosse visited the Onaga School District last Thursday. Mrs. Bosse shared her experiences in writing and encouraged students to try to write books themselves. The 6th, 7th, and 8th graders enjoyed the experience. Posted by Ian Morris.
4 months ago, Ian Morris
Rhonda Trimble
This is a reminder that there will be no school on Thursday, March 28th due to the full scale crisis event training.
4 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Halie Jeanneret
A training exercise will be held March 27-28, at Onaga High School, according to Pottawatomie County Emergency Management. This will help prepare first responders for school emergencies. If you see first responders and emergency vehicles in Onaga on these days, do not be alarmed.
4 months ago, Halie Jeanneret
Christy Koelzer
We want to see your child AT THE BEACH! Enrollment for KRR Summer Camp is still open with a few spots remaining. Packets were sent home last week. Please return ASAP. If you have questions or need another packet, contact Christy Koelzer.
4 months ago, Christy Koelzer
Rhonda Trimble
UPCOMING TRAINING EXERCISE IN ONAGA - A joint training exercise will be held March 27th and March 28th, 2018, at the Onaga High School. This exercise will help prepare emergency personnel to respond to acts of violence. Personnel representing local agencies including law enforcement, fire, emergency medical services, emergency management, and hospitals will be participating in this exercise. Additionally, citizens may see actors in moulage (makeup to simulate injuries) in the area of the schools and the Onaga Community HealthCare Center on these dates. Citizens who see a large compliment of first responders and emergency vehicles in Onaga on these dates should not be alarmed.
4 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Ryan Noel
Buffalo baseball falls to Nemaha Central 0-9 in 6 innings and 0-12 in 5. We made many improvements from our first night out, and look forward to hosting our first ever home game on April 1st.
4 months ago, Ryan Noel
Stacy Rempe
The 8th Grade Science class organized Seuss & Science activities for the elementary students. The students made butter and Oobleck, worked with electronic boards and cup stacking, and observed a can crushing experiment. The event was held last Thursday.
4 months ago, Stacy Rempe
Kaitlin Dallman
OHS softball traveled to Rock Creek tonight for a double header. Despite their effort, the team lost the first game 3-2 and the second 8-6.
4 months ago, Kaitlin Dallman
Stacy Rempe
Rosie Bosse, a local author, visited with elementary and Junior High students last week. She talked to them about how to write and publish a book and read one of her books she wrote about Curly, the Orphan Calf.
4 months ago, Stacy Rempe
Lilly Carl
Onaga Middle School sixth grade student Zachary Peters looks through the books available at the book fair in the library. Reading is a good example of Habit #7 "Sharpening the Saw" and improving your mind. Posted by Lilly Carl.
4 months ago, Lilly Carl
Ty Poell
The softball team will be playing Rock Creek at 4pm on Monday, March 25, at the field in Flush. The baseball games on Monday begin at 430 will be played in Seneca. The field in Seneca is located at 1600 Community. It is located across the street from the hospital. Good luck!
4 months ago, Ty Poell
Ryan Noel
Onaga Baseball JV debuts at Rock Creek, falling 15-0 in 3 innings and 15-0 in 4 innings. Colby Henneberg is the first base runner in program history drawing a lead-off walk. Josh Marten records the first base hit. This group is really going to be fun to watch!
4 months ago, Ryan Noel
Halie Jeanneret
This morning, Onaga K-12 students had an assembly for the Leader In Me to discuss the private victory habits: Be Proactive (#1), Begin With the End in Mind (#2), & Put First Things First (#3). We also recognized students who have shown these habits in the past month.
4 months ago, Halie Jeanneret
Lilly Carl
Come to the Book Fair in the library! Our Librarian, Mrs. Bergman, has different kinds of books and other products for sale. So, if you are a kid that loves to read then come and buy a book at the book fair. Book Fair runs from March 6 to March 26. Posted by Lilly Carl
4 months ago, Lilly Carl
Lara Brannan-Cole
Happy Spring Equinox which is today, March 20! What do you think?! Can eggs be balanced upright any day of the year, or is it only possible on the equinox? Check it out: https://www.snopes.com/
4 months ago, Lara Brannan-Cole
Ryan Noel
Masters Champion Gene Gilsdorf working with our OHS weights classes
4 months ago, Ryan Noel
Halie Jeanneret
Everyone is invited to attend the Annual FFA Awards Banquet tonight (3/19/19)! Meal starts at 6:30 in the OHS Commons Area with the awards and service auction to follow. The new officer team will also be installed tonight! Please join us in recognizing our FFA's accomplishments.
4 months ago, Halie Jeanneret
Ryan Noel
Bsb will be AT ROCK CREEK on Thursday, starting at 4:30.
4 months ago, Ryan Noel
Ian Heit
OHS Students enjoy an afternoon of fun together before the week long spring break they've been looking forward to. Special thanks to Mrs.Labbe and the KAYS association for putting on this event and hyping students up for spring break.
4 months ago, Ian Heit
Lara Brannan-Cole
Did you know the odds of you finding a four leaf clover are 1 in 10,000?! Legend says that each leaf of has a different meaning! They are hope, faith, love, and luck! Have a fantastic Saint Patrick's Day!
4 months ago, Lara Brannan-Cole
Ty Poell
Donnie Wright showcasing tremendous strength for a freshman.
4 months ago, Ty Poell
Ty Poell
Katie Figgie being spotted by Coach Kufahl
4 months ago, Ty Poell
Ty Poell
Enjoyed watching our junior and senior high athletes showcase their strength gains during the Onaga Lift a Thon. Had a large crowd present to cheer on our kids. Well done everyone.
4 months ago, Ty Poell
Justine Sperber
OHS Track Leader of the Week: Tess Fairbanks (Habit #1 Be Proactive) "I think it's important to remember that life doesn't just happen to you, and ultimately you have control. Even when things are hard and nothing seems to be going right, I have control over how I act."
4 months ago, Justine Sperber
Justine Sperber
OHS Track Leader of the Week: Aaron Schwartz (Habit #5 Seek first to understand and then to be understood) "I apply it to my life by using it as a way to learn from my mistakes to make me a better person and teammate."
4 months ago, Justine Sperber
Lara Brannan-Cole
I can't possibly be the only person dreading the continuity of this long, bitter cold winter. Instead of continuing to dread these bitter cold winds and knee deep snow drifts, take a look at this beautiful spring picture as you prepare for a hopefully warm spring break next week.
4 months ago, Lara Brannan-Cole
Lara Brannan-Cole
I can't possibly be the only person dreading the continuity of this long, bitter cold winter. Instead of continuing to dread these bitter cold winds and knee deep snow drifts, take a look at this beautiful spring picture as you prepare for a hopefully warm spring break next week.
4 months ago, Lara Brannan-Cole
Stacy Rempe
We have re-scheduled the author visit with Rosie Bosse for March 21, 2019.
4 months ago, Stacy Rempe
Justine Sperber
6th Grade Leader of the Week LJ Koelzer (2/25-3/1/19) "I like Habit #3 Put First Things First. I do it by working with my dad before I play games. I like it because it keeps me organized."
4 months ago, Justine Sperber
Justine Sperber
6th Grade Leader of the Week (2/25-3/1/19) Delaney Figge " I picked Habit #1 Be Proactive because it really helps me in life. When I'm at home doing nothing I will be proactive and read my AR book."
4 months ago, Justine Sperber
Christy Koelzer
KRR After School Program Parents: please note that we WILL have After School on March 19 and 21 (parent-teacher conference dates). We WILL NOT have it on March 27 and 28.
4 months ago, Christy Koelzer
Rhonda Trimble
Due to the winter weather and windchill, Onaga Schools will be starting 2 hours late tomorrow morning, March 4th. No breakfast will be served.
4 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Kaitlin Dallman
A group of staff members attended a Leader In Me Symposium this week and engaged in a number of activities. They had a great time learning about ways to implement and practice TLIM skills on a daily basis. The Leader in Me is not something we do....It’s who we are!
5 months ago, Kaitlin Dallman
Halie Jeanneret
March 2nd is the anniversary of the birthday of Dr. Seuss, author of many well-loved childrens’ books. This is my quote I chose from him on photos I have taken and edited. My mother, Crystal, and my baby sister, Juliette, are the great posers in my photo.
5 months ago, Halie Jeanneret
Clay Szel
March 2nd is the anniversary of the birthday of Dr. Suess, author of many well-loved children's books. This is my favorite Dr. Suess quote.
5 months ago, Clay Szel
Ian Heit
“Oh the places you'll go! There is fun to be done! There are points to be scored. There are games to be won. And the magical things you can do with that ball will make you the winning-est winner of all.” ― Dr. Seuss, Oh, The Places You’ll Go!
5 months ago, Ian Heit
Rhonda Trimble
Due to some slick areas, Onaga Schools will be starting 2 hours late this morning, Wednesday, February 27th. No breakfast will be served.
5 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Ty Poell
The FFA Banquet and Service Auction has been rescheduled for Tuesday, March 19 from 630-930 pm in the Commons. Thank you.
5 months ago, Ty Poell
Ian Morris
March 2nd is the anniversary of the birthday of Dr. Suess, author of many well-loved childrens’ books. This is my quote I chose from him.
5 months ago, Ian Morris
Parker Feagins
March 2nd is the anniversary of the birthday of Dr.Suess, author of many well-loved children's books. This quote is my favorite.
5 months ago, Parker Feagins
Lara Brannan-Cole
As you may know March 2nd is the anniversary of the birthday of Dr. Suess, I have selected just one of my favorite quotes from this well beloved childrens author.
5 months ago, Lara Brannan-Cole
Justine Sperber
6th Grade Leader of the Week (2/18-2/22) Phoenix Weixelman "I like Habit #5 Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood. The reason is that I get self-conscience about what I say pretty easy and because I listen to people first before I talk."
5 months ago, Justine Sperber
Justine Sperber
Sixth Grade Leader of the Week (2/18-2/22) Jacob Ronnebaum "I like Habit #1 Be Proactive. I do my homework when I have time and before I play games."
5 months ago, Justine Sperber
Halie Jeanneret
Two NEW people were added to the "Onaga High School Athletics Hall of Fame" a few weeks ago. The new people added were Dana Pollock & Ron Lee. Both made big achievements and outstanding contributions to our athletics program.
5 months ago, Halie Jeanneret
Frankie Huerter
Mrs. Uhl and Mrs. Huerter’s class discuss how they sharpened their saw for Leader in Me time every Monday morning. The kids enjoy hearing what their friends did over the weekend.
5 months ago, Frankie Huerter
Kaitlin Dallman
Friday fun days are the best because we get to synergize with our preschool buddies!!
5 months ago, Kaitlin Dallman
Anne Suther
Our Jr. High Scholars Bowl teams did well at the OTL tournament yesterday. Grade 7 placed 3rd with Grade 8 placing 4th. Here are the full results: A Team (Grade 8) 1st Frankfort, 2nd Centralia 3rd Doniphan West 4th Onaga B Team (Grade 7) 1st Frankfort 2nd SPPS 3rd Onaga
5 months ago, Anne Suther
Justine Sperber
Sixth Grader Leader of the Week (2/11-2/15) Heath Cress "My favorite habit is #3 Put First Things First and I use it every day by doing my homework before I play games."
5 months ago, Justine Sperber
Justine Sperber
Sixth Grade Leader of the Week (2/11-2/15) Elocin Moran "My favorite habit is #3 Put First Things First. I acquire this by putting more important things first and work my way down to the less important things."
5 months ago, Justine Sperber
Parker Feagins
DID YOU KNOW…We have our USD 322 Onaga Twitter account up and running again? Download the Twitter app and follow us @Buff322.
5 months ago, Parker Feagins
Lara Brannan-Cole
Yesterday was “love your pet day”! At Onaga Schools everyone expresses their love for Pepper our friendly furry therapy dog!
5 months ago, Lara Brannan-Cole
Ryan Noel
Boys season ends in Centralia tonight, falling 43-30, after trailing 32-9 at half. We are very proud of how they battled throughout the 2nd half.
5 months ago, Ryan Noel
Rhonda Trimble
Due to the winter weather, Onaga Schools will be closed tomorrow, Wednesday, February 20th.
5 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Lisa Uhl
Mrs. Uhl's and Mrs.Huerter's first graders practiced synergizing with hula hoops!
5 months ago, Lisa Uhl
Rhonda Trimble
Due to the incoming weather, KRR After School Program Is canceled today, Tuesday, February 19th.
5 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Parker Feagins
DID YOU KNOW.. our District Office was a 1940 WPA project? The WPA was an American New Deal agency, employing millions of people to carry out public works projects, including the construction of public buildings and roads. See the plaque by the front door of the District Office.
5 months ago, Parker Feagins
Parker Feagins
DID YOU KNOW.. our District Office was a 1940 WPA project? The WPA was an American New Deal agency, employing millions of people to carry out public works projects, including the construction of public buildings and roads. See the plaque by the front door of the District Office.
5 months ago, Parker Feagins
Ryan Noel
Halftime at D West Lady Buffaloes are battling, down 24-29.
5 months ago, Ryan Noel
Ty Poell
Good luck to Morgan Mayginness, Vincent Lara and Kameron Henneberg as they seek to earn state wrestling berths today at regionals. Good luck to our Buffaloes!!!
5 months ago, Ty Poell
Rhonda Trimble
Congratulations, Kyler!!!
5 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Ty Poell
The junior high dance has been postponed to a later date.
5 months ago, Ty Poell
Rhonda Trimble
Due to the incoming weather, Onaga Schools will be canceled today, February 15th.
5 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Ian Heit
On February 8th, Onaga High School had its annual Winter Royalty pep rally. Keith Figge, coach for the girls basketball team and Ryan Noel, coach for the boys basketball team, spoke words of encouragement to their players and hyped up the community for the games to follow.
5 months ago, Ian Heit
Ian Morris
The senior Chemistry 2 class, for their “Leader in Me” time on the morning of February 6th, went to Mrs. McNally’s third grade class to decorate heart cookies and to teach the students how to use different frosting bags. The third graders really enjoyed decorating their cookies.
5 months ago, Ian Morris
Rhonda Trimble
Onaga Schools will be starting 2 hours late tomorrow morning, February 12th. School will begin at 10:00am. No breakfast will be served.
5 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Rhonda Trimble
Our USD 322 Board Meeting originally scheduled for this evening has been rescheduled for Monday, February 18th at 6:00pm.
5 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Rhonda Trimble
Due to the winter weather, Onaga Schools will be releasing students TODAY, February 11th, at 12:00pm. Students will be fed lunch before they are released. All activities are cancelled.
5 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Justine Sperber
Sixth Grade Leader of the Week (2/4-2/8) Savannah Kolterman "I like being proactive because I like to get what I need done. I am proactive when I do my homework because I do it when I am supposed to."
5 months ago, Justine Sperber
Justine Sperber
Sixth Grade Leader of the Week (2/4-2/8) Tad Szel "I like Habit 6 Synergize. I am able to work with people even if they disagree. Like when I am working in groups people disagree and I can help them compromise."
5 months ago, Justine Sperber
Ian Morris
Here are our teams for Junior High Scholars Bowl, preparing for a meet. This photo was taken on January 29th, 2019.
5 months ago, Ian Morris
Christy Koelzer
There will be a make-up LIFE session Monday, February 11 at 5:15. We will have our regular scheduled session as well on Thursday, February 14.
5 months ago, Christy Koelzer
Rhonda Trimble
Due to the winter weather, Onaga Schools will be closed tomorrow, Thursday, February 7th.
5 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Rhonda Trimble
Due to freezing drizzle and slick roads, Onaga Schools will be dismissing at noon today. All students will be fed lunch before dismissal.
5 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Jamie Ringel
Preschool playground equipment fundraiser!! Thanks to Community Hospital of Onaga for supporting our preschool program and fundraising to help buy equipment! Community Partnerships are so important to our district!
5 months ago, Jamie Ringel
Ty Poell
The OHS basketball teams have their make up game this evening at Frankfort. JV girls begin at 4pm followed by JV boys. Varsity girls tip off at 515 and the boys tip off at 630 pm
5 months ago, Ty Poell
Justine Sperber
6th Grade Leader of the Week (1/28-2/1) Wyatt Figge " I like Habit #7 Sharpen the Saw because I know I need to take care of myself so I can do my best. I do this when I go to bed on time."
5 months ago, Justine Sperber
Justine Sperber
6th Grade Leader of the Week (1/28-2/1) Vanessa Koelling likes Habit #3 Put First Things First. "I like this habit because it helps me understand what I need to do first. If my friend asked me to come over to their house but I had homework to do I would do all my homework first."
5 months ago, Justine Sperber
Frankie Huerter
Mrs. Uhl and Mrs. Huerter’s class celebrated the 100th day of school on Friday, Feb. 1st. The kids participated in many activities that required them to count to 100. Their favorite activity was putting 100 fruit loops on a necklace and then getting to eat them.
5 months ago, Frankie Huerter
Ian Heit
On January 14, 2018, Onaga students Ian Heit and Ian Morris decided to take the School’s photo and video capture drone up to get some interesting pictures of a snow blanketed Kansas landscape. The pictures were taken at an altitude of 432 Feet, and at a temperature of 27°F.
5 months ago, Ian Heit
Michelle Cromer
On January 16, 2019 three seniors from Onaga High School paid a visit to Community HeathCare Systems in Onaga Kansas, to help prepare a mural depicting the Kansas landscape. Ian Heit, Tyler Roggenkamp, and Kinzi McLaughlin spent two hours creating a scene the public could enjoy.
6 months ago, Michelle Cromer
Frankie Huerter
Mrs. Uhl and Mrs. Huerter’s first graders celebrated Kansas’s Birthday on Tuesday, January 29th. The kids frosted cookies and put chocolate chips and candy corn on them to make sunflowers. The kids liked eating the cookies the best!
6 months ago, Frankie Huerter
Ty Poell
Morgan Mayginness getting ready to be declared victor after pinning her first opponent of the night
6 months ago, Ty Poell
Ty Poell
Kaid Schwant squaring off against his first opponent of the evening. Kaid would end up pinning him
6 months ago, Ty Poell
Tawni Myers
Pottawatomie County Conservation Awards
6 months ago, Tawni Myers
Tawni Myers
Pottawatomie County Conservation Awards
6 months ago, Tawni Myers
Ty Poell
Trenton Cott grappling a difficult opponent who Cott would end up pinning.
6 months ago, Ty Poell
Ty Poell
Vincent Lara walking off the mat after pinning his opponent to close out the night.
6 months ago, Ty Poell
Ty Poell
Onaga Buffaloes Wrestling team put on a solid performance tonight at Sabetha. Kameron Henneberg and Trenton Cott both went 3-0 tonight and Vincent Lara went 2-1. Everyone should come out for our Onaga dual tournament this Friday at home to support Kaid, Morgan, Rylin, Trenton, Kameron, Tommy and Vincent. Looking forward to it!
6 months ago, Ty Poell
Rhonda Trimble
Due to the extreme wind chills projected for tonight and throughout tomorrow, Onaga Schools will be canceled tomorrow.
6 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Michelle Cromer
Halie Jeanneret announced the starting lineups at the 1.28.19 OTL Tournament at Onaga. She has been announcing for about 2 years. Halie announces to show her school spirit and to add an extra “pizazz” to the junior high level. Next year, she plans to broadcast the play-by-plays.
6 months ago, Michelle Cromer
Justine Sperber
6th Grade Leader of the Week (1/21/91) Jaeden Abitz "I like Habit #5 Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood because when you get in arguments most of the time it's just because people didn't understand what was going on."
6 months ago, Justine Sperber
Justine Sperber
6th Grade Leader of the Week (1/21/19) Savannah Kolterman "Habit #6 synergize because I like to work with other people. I synergize when I work with my table groups at school."
6 months ago, Justine Sperber
Justine Sperber
6th Grade Leader of the Week (1/14/19) Atalie Conger "I like Habit #4 Think Win-Win. I like this habit because everyone can win when you use this habit. I use this habit at home by finding a solution that works for my siblings and me."
6 months ago, Justine Sperber
Justine Sperber
6th Grade Leader of the Week (1/14/19) Dylan Magnett "My favorite habit from the 7 Habits is Think Win-Win. i like it because you are helping yourself and the community and/or your friends."
6 months ago, Justine Sperber
Justine Sperber
6th Grade Leader of the Week (1/7/19) Vanessa Koelling "I like Habit #7 Think Win-Win because we can all win! Whenever one of my friends need help with a paper I will help them! We will both win because my friend got help and I feel good that I helped them!
6 months ago, Justine Sperber
Stacy Rempe
Rosie Bosse, a local author, will be visiting Onaga Elementary on February 15. Order forms are due February 4.
6 months ago, Stacy Rempe
Ty Poell
The Buffaloes did very well at the Atchison Wrestling Tournament this past weekend. Kameron Henneberg took the gold and Trenton Cott took the silver. Tommy Kaberline took the bronze and Vincent Lara places 4th. Rylin and Morgan Mayginness both took 5th and Kaid Schwant took 6th place. This was a very strong showing. Congratulations! Looking forward to attending the Sabetha Wrestling Tournament Tuesday and seeing everyone compete their hardest.
6 months ago, Ty Poell
Ty Poell
Lillie and Monty did an admirable job at the county competition today. USD 322 was well represented by our kids. Proud of both of you.
6 months ago, Ty Poell
Ty Poell
I’m now at the Pott County Bee to cheer on Lillie Weiser and Monty Meyerkorth from Onaga Grade School. Should be an exciting competition this morning. Good luck to Lillie and Monty!
6 months ago, Ty Poell
Ty Poell
Still having the OTL Basketball Tournament games today. Just waiting for the power to be restored.
6 months ago, Ty Poell
Rhonda Trimble
Onaga Schools will start 2 hours later tomorrow morning - Friday, January 25th. No breakfast will be served.
6 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Kaitlin Dallman
OTL Basketball Brackets
6 months ago, Kaitlin Dallman
Rhonda Trimble
Onaga Schools will be dismissing at 12:30pm TODAY due to drifting roads.
6 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Rhonda Trimble
Due to the winter weather, Onaga Schools will be closed on Wednesday, January 23rd.
6 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Kaitlin Dallman
See the flyer below.
6 months ago, Kaitlin Dallman
Ty Poell
The messy roads are making for longer bus routes this morning as we bring kids home. Thank you for your patience as our driver do their best to deliver them safely. Thank you!
6 months ago, Ty Poell
Rhonda Trimble
Temperatures are starting to freeze, so we are feeding students breakfast and sending them home like many other districts around us. Students will be released at 8:30am TODAY.
6 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Jamie Ringel
If your stopping in at the school, come check out our leadership showcase! Grades pre-k through 6th have a student featured each week so we can learn more about them! We also feature staff members each week! It is at the south end of the building near Mrs Utley’s office!!
6 months ago, Jamie Ringel
Ty Poell
Congratulations to junior Kady Figge who qualified for the state FFA competition by taking 2nd place in the NE Kansas FFA Speech/Job Interview meet. She competed in the Job Interview competition. Freshman Joey Marten took 4th place in the Speech and Creed competitions. Congratulations to both Kady and Joey!
6 months ago, Ty Poell
Michelle Cromer
The Onaga High School Digital Media team met after school on January 9th to test out the school's drone. We took several photos using the drone of the USD 322 campus. Ian Heit, lead for this project, helped teach other members of the class how to fly it. Posted by Clayton Szel.
6 months ago, Michelle Cromer
Anne Suther
Onaga Jr. High basketball against Sts. Peter & Paul for Thursday, January 17 will be played in Onaga with the following time schedule: 6:00 p.m. B-team Boys, A-team Girls 7:15 p.m. B-team Girls, A-team Boys
6 months ago, Anne Suther
Ty Poell
The January HS basketball game in Frankfort will be free to all USD 322 patrons. They appreciate the fact that the last 2 times they have come to Onaga for football, those have been the nights for a free meal from Farmer’s State Bank. It is a gesture that is a part of their community’s Donation Day.
6 months ago, Ty Poell
Rhonda Trimble
TVL Tournament games have been canceled today - Saturday , January 12. Updated game times for next week will be coming.
6 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Juley Kolterman
Congratulations Coach Suther for being recognized as Kansas Coaches Association coach of the week!! Thanks for all you do for our district and students!! 🧡🖤🧡🖤
6 months ago, Juley Kolterman
Ryan Noel
Mr Zach Teske (‘02 Alum) sharing Onaga memories and motivating the Boys Basketball team. #highlightreel
6 months ago, Ryan Noel
Ty Poell
Congratulations to our Spelling Bee champions today. Emily Wrosch won the mini bee for grades 1-3 and Lillie Weiser won the grade 4-8 bee. Congratulations girls!!! Pictured left to right: Lillie Weiser and Emily Wrosch
6 months ago, Ty Poell
Tawni Myers
Team building activities
6 months ago, Tawni Myers
Rhonda Trimble
January is School Board Recognition Month. Thank you, USD 322 Board Members for your dedication and service! #thankBOE
6 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Jamie Ringel
Preschooler Emery Weiser was our book leader today and read us a story during our read aloud time!!
6 months ago, Jamie Ringel
Cathy Marten
Library gets a new look over Christmas break. New reading areas and new arrangement greeted students and staff when they returned to school after their Christmas break.
6 months ago, Cathy Marten
Dianna Helget
Great start to a new year at USD 322!!
6 months ago, Dianna Helget
Ty Poell
Onaga Grade School Spelling Bee is this Friday from 830-1030. All parents, relatives, siblings and all USD 322 patrons are welcome to attend. Spellers in grades 1-3 will have a mini-bee before the Spelling Bee.
6 months ago, Ty Poell
Christy Koelzer
Spring LIFE session begins next Thursday, January 17. Still room for families to sign up! Enjoy a meal, playing with your child, and a family gift basket each night. Learn to connect with your child and incorporate literacy in your home. Contact Christy Koelzer to sign up.
6 months ago, Christy Koelzer
Ty Poell
There are no morning weights before school this week- Jan 7-11
6 months ago, Ty Poell
Ty Poell
The JV girls basketball team defeated the Axtell Eagles Tuesday night. Way to go girls! Tough defense, timely shots, and free throws down the stretch made a huge impact on the outcome.
7 months ago, Ty Poell
Ty Poell
Onaga Chess Tournament Competitors- Both the K-5 team and K-12 team took home first place. In the K-5 category, Lily Falk took 2nd place overall and Rebecca Peters took 3rd place overall. For the K-12 competition, Tyler Roggenkamp took 2nd, Peyton Wright took 4th, and Joey Marten took 7th. Our Onaga students competed with 5A and 6A students and did very well. The Buffaloes are coached by Mr Daniel Goudy. Well done Buffaloes!
7 months ago, Ty Poell
Michelle Cromer
The Onaga Chess Club placed 1st in two divisions at the Onaga Chess Tournament held on December 15. Students in the photos are shown in pre-match practice. Posted by Ian Morris for the Digital Media Class.
7 months ago, Michelle Cromer
Ty Poell
Morgan Mayginness took 1st place and Kaid Schwant took 2nd place at the Rossville Wrestling Tournament last Friday. Way to go!
7 months ago, Ty Poell
Michelle Cromer
Onaga High School student Josh Marten shoots for 3 in a pre-game warm-up on Friday, December 14. In the next photo, Colby Myers takes a shot during the game against Hanover. Although Onaga played hard, we lost 72-30. Posted by Parker Feagins for the Digital Media class.
7 months ago, Michelle Cromer
Anne Suther
Onaga Jr. High Basketball @ Troy Monday, January 17, 2018 Starting @ 4:00 p.m. games will be played in one gym in the following order B-girls, B-boys, A-girls, A-boys.
7 months ago, Anne Suther
Ann Kocher
Those students that will be taking Highland Community College courses at Onaga starting in January can enroll now. If you are a first time student, see Mrs. Kocher to work through the admission process. All other students may log into their Highland account and enroll.
7 months ago, Ann Kocher
Michelle Cromer
USD 322 held a Christmas dinner on December 12th. Our festive cooks made a delicious Christmas lunch for the students, staff, and parents. Even Santa photo bombed the picture! Posted by Clayton Szel for the Digital Media class.
7 months ago, Michelle Cromer
Anne Suther
OHS Basketball @ Axtell Tuesday, December 18 4:30 p.m. 1/2 J.V. girls followed by 1/2 J.V. boys 6:00 p.m. Varsity Girls followed by Varsity Boys
7 months ago, Anne Suther
Michelle Cromer
How are 5 students going to lift 4 big boxes weighing around 50 pounds each? Synergize is the answer! In "The Leader In Me" Habit 6 is synergize, which means working together to achieve more.The 5 students figured out a way to move 4 big boxes in ONE trip. Post by Halie Jeanneret
7 months ago, Michelle Cromer
Anne Suther
OHS Basketball - Friday, December 14, 2018 Game Times: 4:45 p.m. 1/2 J.V. Girls followed by 1/2 J.V. Boys 6:00 p.m. Varsity Girls followed by Varsity Boys All games will be played in the North gym.
7 months ago, Anne Suther
Ryan Noel
Centralia Boys over Onaga, 51-13
7 months ago, Ryan Noel
Rhonda Trimble
Due to a high number of flu and confirmed influenza cases in the Doniphan West school system they have cancelled school for the remainder of the week. Thus, the Jr. High basketball game scheduled for Thursday, December 13 @ D. West is cancelled. We will work with them to find a make-up date for this event.
7 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Rhonda Trimble
Tonight’s JH game schedule has been changed with Flint Hills Christian. The girls game has been canceled, and there will only be one boys game. Therefore, the boys game will begin at 6pm. There will be no gate charged for entry into this game.
7 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Ty Poell
The USD 322 BOE and Farmers State Bank sponsored the Senior Citizen Christmas Luncheon on Wednesday. It was well attended. The HS Student Council members served and waited on our guests of honor. Big thank you to all who pitched in to make this happen. Good day to be a Buffalo!!!
7 months ago, Ty Poell
Anne Suther
OHS Basketball @ Home Friday, December 7, 2018 5:00 p.m. J. V. Boys 6:00 p.m. Varsity Girls 7:15 p.m. Varsity Boys
7 months ago, Anne Suther
Ty Poell
All League Football Players Honorable Mention Ethan Powell- Offense Aaron Schwartz-Defense
7 months ago, Ty Poell
Christy Koelzer
Enrollment for KRR Spring LIFE Program is now open for families with a student in grades K-3. Look for flyers/sign up sheets coming home today. Previous LIFE families: if you refer a family to join LIFE and they give us your name, your family will receive a special prize.
7 months ago, Christy Koelzer
Christy Koelzer
KRR After School Program last day this semester is December 13. We will resume After School on our first day back from break on January 7.
7 months ago, Christy Koelzer
Ty Poell
KC Koelzer launches a three from downtown against Wetmore today.
8 months ago, Ty Poell
Ty Poell
Results from Lincoln Wrestling Tournament today- Kaid Schwant, Rylin McGinness, and Morgan McGinness all took 3rd place today. Kameron Henneberg took 4th. Good work today at your first tournament!
8 months ago, Ty Poell
Ryan Noel
OHS Boys were defeated by Wetmore, 36-67. The boys are 1-2 after 3 games.
8 months ago, Ryan Noel
Ty Poell
Chloe Fischer with a free throw attempt during the game against Wetmore today.
8 months ago, Ty Poell
Ryan Noel
OHS boys fall to Blue Valley 61-35, after trailing 21-23 at half
8 months ago, Ryan Noel
Ryan Noel
HS boys beat Linn 34-32 on a huge shot by Casey Myers with 2 seconds left
8 months ago, Ryan Noel
Stacy Rempe
PreK-6th Grade Movie Night
8 months ago, Stacy Rempe
Rhonda Trimble
The elementary classrooms are a little chilly, so please dress your children warm tomorrow. Mechanics will be there first thing in the morning to increase the heat output on the boiler. Teachers will move their class into a heated area of the building if their room is too chilly.
8 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Anne Suther
Onaga High Winter Sports Showing With the change in time and daylight comes the change in sports seasons for Onaga High. The high school teams will show off their winter sports teams with alumni scrimmages on Tuesday, November 27. The evening will begin in the north gym at 5:30 p.m. with the OHS girls basketball followed by the OHS boys at approximately 6:45 p.m. Wrestling will debut as well with a 6:00 p.m. start time with matches taking place in the wrestling room. This year admission for this event will be a non-perishable item that will be donated to the local food pantry.
8 months ago, Anne Suther
Jamie Ringel
“Kansas Read to Preschooler Week” was last week and oh what fun we had with mystery readers the last week and a half. Here is just a few sneak peaks!! What a great week leading up to thanksgiving! We are definitely thankful for the support we have in our school!!
8 months ago, Jamie Ringel
Cathy Marten
Exclusive Handmade Christmas Ornaments! For sale at the Jr./Sr. High Music Chili Supper Fundraiser. Tuesday, November 20, 4:45-6:15 in the High School Commons. All proceeds will go towards the Colorado Springs music trip.
8 months ago, Cathy Marten
Kaitlin Dallman
Onaga JH Wrestling ends the season on a high note! Landon 2nd, Christian 3rd, Christopher 3rd, Tatum 3rd, and Jeremia 5th.
8 months ago, Kaitlin Dallman
Jamie Ringel
Preschool visited Manhattan Fire Station #3 today for a field trip to learn about how Clara and Norahs dad take care the Manhattan community! Thanks you Brian and Miranda Force for getting this all together!!
8 months ago, Jamie Ringel
Juley Kolterman
This group got to spend the day visiting Alma/Wabaunsee USD 329 area schools for their Leader In Me Discovery Day. We came back with some fresh ideas and even more excitement towards the great things already happening with The Leader In Me here in Onaga! It was a great experience and we brought back a lot of good information!
8 months ago, Juley Kolterman
Ty Poell
Senior and future Air Force member, Ian Heit, speaks to the packed auditorium crowd about the history of the Vietnam War during the Veteran’s Day program on Monday. We were honored to be joined by many local vets who served for our country to protect our freedoms and democracy. Our senior class put on the program and involved other grade levels as well. Well done seniors and Mr Kufahl! Thank you.
8 months ago, Ty Poell
Ty Poell
A little late with this but USD 322 had two seniors selected by the KU Endowment Association as Kansas Honor Scholars. Tess Fairbanks and Emily Ronnebaum were honored at a ceremony and reception held at Topeka West. Congrats girls on this tremendous honor!
8 months ago, Ty Poell
Ty Poell
Our juniors spent the morning of Nov 8 participating at the area Career Fair in Centralia. Can’t wait to see what our talented kids do in their future endeavors beyond high school. Go Buffs!
8 months ago, Ty Poell
Ty Poell
Huge turnout for the famous Thanksgiving feast prepared by the state’s best nutrition team! Thank you ladies- it was delicious.
8 months ago, Ty Poell
Juley Kolterman
November 13 2018 World Kindness Day...Everyone can participate!! Doesn’t cost a thing...😊
8 months ago, Juley Kolterman
Cathy Marten
Thelma Linck receives $1000.00 Cash for Teachers award from Farmers State Bank.
8 months ago, Cathy Marten
Juley Kolterman
KRR SRA-V group took turns putting on The Three Billy Goat’s Gruff play after Mrs. Kolterman’s read aloud....we have so much fun learning together!
8 months ago, Juley Kolterman
Justine Sperber
Parents of 3rd-6th grade boys and girls please get Frankfort basketball forms turned into Mrs. Sperber by Wednesday. Thank you!
8 months ago, Justine Sperber
Cathy Marten
Since there is no school today, we will not be having the Girl Scout recruiting night tonight. We will hope to reschedule it for next Friday, November 16. Please look for further information later.
8 months ago, Cathy Marten
Rhonda Trimble
Due to the boiler not fixed and the cold overnight temperatures, USD 322 will be closed tomorrow. NO SCHOOL for Friday, November 9th. The boiler will be fixed this weekend and the building warm by Monday morning.
8 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Jamie Ringel
If all of the snowflakes were lemon drops and gum drops oh what a world this would be!!🎼🎤🎸 preschool having fun in the snow!
8 months ago, Jamie Ringel
Cathy Marten
Mystery Story Walks: The 8th and 10th grade English classes went on a Story Walk just before Halloween. They are now taking their observations and writing mystery stories. Can't wait to read their adventures.
8 months ago, Cathy Marten
Ty Poell
There are no after school and nighttime activities/events, including the JH wrestling meet at Effingham today, due to the weather. Thank you. Mr. Poell
8 months ago, Ty Poell
Christy Koelzer
Due to the weather forecast, there will be NO KRR After School Program and NO LIFE Program today. Tonight's LIFE session is rescheduled to Tuesday, November 13.
8 months ago, Christy Koelzer
Frankie Huerter
1st grade parents, make sure you are reading the decodable books with your child once a week. Also, it doesn't hurt to read a book to your child nightly. It will only encourage their love of reading! :)
8 months ago, Frankie Huerter
Rhonda Trimble
USD 322 staff took part in county preferred ALICE Training yesterday. ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) Training provides preparation and a plan for individuals and organizations on how to more proactively handle the threat of an aggressive intruder or active shooter. ALICE is the leading training solution that increases an organization's and individual's odds of survival during a violent intruder event. ALICE is a strategy that goes beyond the conventional lockdown.
8 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Alexa Rezac
We are so thankful for your children!
8 months ago, Alexa Rezac
Jamie Ringel
Had a great day learning about community helpers in OUR community at preschool!!
8 months ago, Jamie Ringel
Rhonda Trimble
The boiler heating the 7-12 classrooms will hopefully be up and running by the end of the week. Until then, 7-12 classes will be relocated to warm areas of the building.
8 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Marsha Bergman
Welcome to the Library, we have a book for you.
8 months ago, Marsha Bergman
Becky Mayginnes
So excited for our cooks delicious Thanksgiving Dinner on Wednesday!!!
8 months ago, Becky Mayginnes
Jeanette Eisenbarth
Can't wait for the delicious Thanksgiving dinner on Wednesday, November 14. Onaga school kitchen staff are awesome.
8 months ago, Jeanette Eisenbarth
Robert Collins
Taking center stage! The Buffalo's are BACK!
8 months ago, Robert Collins
Justine Sperber
Being a teacher means being a lifelong learner. USD 322 teachers are being active learners today!
8 months ago, Justine Sperber
Christy Koelzer
After School students with their October attendance award books (and a little Halloween fun).
8 months ago, Christy Koelzer
Crystal Miller
Please make sure to pay your Spanish Club dues by Friday, Nov. 9th! Dues are $8 and shirts are $12
8 months ago, Crystal Miller
Michelle Cromer
Our Accounting Class daily joke from yesterday: "What is an accountant's favorite brand of cereal?" Post.
8 months ago, Michelle Cromer
Jo Harris
Mrs. Harris's class has been busy writing Opinion Paragraphs about their favorite season. Pepper enjoys having the students read to her each day.
8 months ago, Jo Harris
Ann Kocher
The most favorite dessert in the math classes at OHS is pumpkin pi.
8 months ago, Ann Kocher
Rhonda McLaughlin
Love pre-school field trips around our town of Onaga!!
8 months ago, Rhonda McLaughlin
Krista Kramer
Thank you to our sixth grade buddies for coming to read to kindergarten yesterday!
8 months ago, Krista Kramer
Shae Blanchard
Great things happening in USD 322!
8 months ago, Shae Blanchard
Thelma Linck
A big thank you to Brandi Wesley for all the work you did while an elementary special ed. para. Good luck to you in the new chapter of your life! In looking forward to our new staff member -- A great big welcome to Sherri Brunkow as you begin your new (and returning) adventure as an elementary special ed. para.
8 months ago, Thelma Linck
Frankie Huerter
As winter is nearing, please remember to send your kiddos with the proper attire for recess. We want to keep your kids healthy, safe, and warm! :)
8 months ago, Frankie Huerter
Lisa Uhl
Onaga Grade School Teachers make a great team!
8 months ago, Lisa Uhl
Juley Kolterman
USD 322 is the place for me!! Onaga Buffaloes make me PROUD!!
8 months ago, Juley Kolterman
Dianna Helget
Have a great day USD 322 Staff!
8 months ago, Dianna Helget
Judy Glessner
Fifth graders are wonderful learners!
8 months ago, Judy Glessner
Leanna Walters
Great day for training at USD322!
8 months ago, Leanna Walters
Marcia Labbe
Good luck today with your job shadow Jewel F, Morgan M, Morgan W, and Halie J!
8 months ago, Marcia Labbe
Amy Mueting
OJHS / OHS Buffaloes are #1!
8 months ago, Amy Mueting
Walter Pitts
GOOD MORNING USD322!!
8 months ago, Walter Pitts
Kaitlin Dallman
USD 322 received ALICE training today.
8 months ago, Kaitlin Dallman
Rhonda Trimble
Positions Open - Baseball & Softball Coaches
8 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Rhonda Trimble
Position Open - Grade School Office Manager
8 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Rhonda Trimble
Mrs. McNally and Mr. Poell showing off their costumes!
9 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Rhonda Trimble
Students and staff of USD 322 did a wonderful job during their first Leader in Me Community Service Day. It was amazing to see how hard students and staff worked, how they understood the importance of giving back to our communities, and how much they accomplished in one day. Our next Leader in Me Community Service Day will be on May 1st, and we hope to service many more areas within our communities of Wheaton, Havensville, and Onaga.
9 months ago, Rhonda Trimble
Onaga USD 322
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11 months ago, Onaga USD 322