Please read the attached letter regarding updated Covid-19 quarantine protocols for students identified as school-related close contacts. This letter is the result of a joint agreement between the Putnam County Health Department and Putnam County Schools.
This guidance will allow students identified as school-related close contacts to now have the option to keep attending school during their "quarantine" period provided they properly wear face covering.
These changes in quarantine protocol DO NOT apply to non-school related incidents of Covid-19 (household, general public, etc.) as students identified as close contacts in those circumstances will be instructed to quarantine at home as per usual. Nor does it apply to participation in extracurricular activities, as you will read in the letter. I hope these changes do not cause any confusion and we will do our utmost to handle each situation properly and communicate as effectively with you as possible.
Ottawa-Glandorf Local Schools Administration
September 15, 2021
To all district parents:
As we hit the halfway point of the first semester of the school year, I would like to touch base with all of you regarding the latest COVID numbers for the district. I also want to remind everyone of the district’s COVID protocols, and our contact tracing procedures. As was stated in the joint letter sent out by all of the county school districts in August, we ask that you please understand that the protocols and procedures described are subject to change. If the last 18 months have taught us anything, it is that the situation we are in can change rapidly, and we need to be ready to adjust as the circumstances change. If you go to the district website, those protocols and procedures are listed for you to review. http://www.ottawaglandorf.org/index.php/8-district/120-2021-2022-back-to-school-covid-protocols
Parents and Students, As our fall athletic season is in full swing, it is very important to discuss some changes that have occurred over the past year. We are back to hosting athletic events without any ticket restrictions or capacity limits. With that being said, the Western Buckeye League (and numerous other schools in the area) is making changes in the way that tickets can be purchased. Please carefully read the new ticket procedures for OGHS (elementaries) and when we travel within the WBL.
High School Home Games/Matches 1) Fans can purchase tickets online at our Hometown Ticketing site or in the HomeTown Fan app. or 2) Purchase tickets at the gate. -There will be no presale tickets this year. Junior High Home Events 1) All tickets for OG games/matches must be purchased at the gate. **New- Student Fall Flex Pass ($50) This pass is good for 10 admissions to any home OGHS fall sport regular season game. This pass can be shared between siblings and will become invalid after being used 10 times. Passes can be purchased online at https://ottawaglandorf.
hometownticketing.com/embed/ all **New- Junior High and High School Games @ WBL schools Any time a Ottawa-Glandorf school travels within the WBL, all tickets must be purchased online. OGHS is the only WBL school that is offering tickets that can be purchased at the gate as well as online. Using cash at road games for tickets will not be an option. *********Use the Hometown Fan App (enter the host school in the search engine) or go www.wblsports.com and click the "tickets" tab at the top right corner.
Ticket Prices -Boys/Girls Soccer and Volleyball: $7 -Football: $8 -JV Football: $4 Go Titans!!!!