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PTSA

August 6, 2010

Congratulations to our students for giving Mr. D’Aoust 3 more…and then some!

Omni Middle School is the only comprehensive (non-magnet) middle school in Palm Beach County to have made Annual Yearly Progress!

Thank you to our teachers and administrators for all their hard work. But most especially, thanks to our students for doing such a great job!

August 3, 2010

School Board Candidates Forum
Sponsored by the Omni PTSA and the Palm Beach Council of PTA/PTSA

Introduction


Question 1: Please list your top two priorities and articulate with specificity why you believe they are a priority and how you plan to address them.

District 7 candidates: Dr. Debra Robinson and Thomas Hawkins


District 6 candidates: Ron Young, Dean Grossman and Marcia Andrews


District 4 candidates: Marilyn Schiavo, John McGovern, Lowell Levine,
Anne Kanjian and Jennifer Prior Brown


District 3 candidates: John Adams, Karen Brill, Bill Graham, Steven Ledewitz and Tom Whatley
District 2 candidates: Chuck Shaw and Jean Dowling
Question for District 3 candidates:
Diane Ravitch, nationally recognized educator and former architect and now critic of No Child Left Behind, was recently in Palm Beach County. She believes one of the most significant problems with public school is the misuse of tests, not tests themselves. She believes tests provide too narrow a gauge for promoting students, assessing teachers or grading schools, all of which require a wider lens. Do you agree or disagree with her statement and why?

District 3 candidates: John Adams, Karen Brill, Bill Graham, Steven Ledewitz and Tom Whatley
Question for District 4 candidates: In recent years, our school district has started educating more students with disabilities in general education classrooms. Do you support this move towards inclusion? Would you support the inclusion of students with significant cognitive disabilities in general education classes?

District 4 candidates: Jennifer Prior Brown, Anne Kanjian, Lowell Levine, John McGovern, Marilyn Schiavo
District 6 candidates:

June 29, 2010

FCAT Results
Congratulations Jaguars!

Get a Voki now!

School wide FCAT results have arrived at Omni. Everyone did their best and the results speak for themselves. Individual results are not yet available.

  • Scores increased in 7 out of 8 categories!
  • All Reading, Science, and 7th grade Math scores are the highest in Omni history!
  • Writing produced 43 “6.0s” which more than doubled last year. Another school record!
  • Total scores averaged in the top 4 of all county middle schools including magnets.

May 28, 2010

Omni PTSA voted best PSTA in the county for the sixth year in a row!

PTSA Awards Recognition

Omni’s PTSA was selected the best PTSA in Palm Beach County six years in a row (2005-2010). Our PTSA spearheaded a fundraising drive for Haitian relief, after an earthquake struck the small island country in January. Our school was the first to react in Palm Beach County and the PTSA, students and Omni community raised more than $7,500 for Doctors Without Borders. Blessings in a Backpack gathered food items to help poor and hungry elementary students in Boca Raton. Every Penny Counts collected pennies and loose change for the homeless in Palm Beach County. PTSA served as an advocate for children, inviting the Florida Office of the Attorney General to talk to students about cyber-safety. PTSA fundraisers generously supported Omni’s clubs and exploratory courses. PTSA provided school planners for all incoming sixth graders. PTSA strongly opposed Senate Bill 6, legislation which many considered hostile to the teaching profession and public education. PTSA fundraisers and projects help Omni’s students, teachers and our surrounding community, striving to help make school and the world a better and kinder place.
-Mr. Goldstein

PTSA Activities
School Orientation Curriculum Night
$2 for T
Health Fair
Internet Safety – Cyber Bullying Prevention
Veteran’s Day
Founder’s Day
All About Omni
Roar Store
Gift Wrap and Roll
Red Ribbon Week
Teacher Appreciation Week
Student Appreciation
Jump A Grade
Business Partners
School Tours
Read to Succeed
School Planners
Reflections
Edline communications
Blog
Adopt A Class
Jaguar Journal

Tuesday, May 25, 2010
This is the winning entry, by Vianky V., 7th grader,
for next year’s Omni Planner cover.

Friday, May 21, 2010

Omni PTSA volunteers help process orders and sort them for sixth period distribution–a task of Herculean proportions.

You can still buy a yearbook! Bring in cash payment (no checks accepted) of $40 to the main office. You can also order online by credit card by going to omnimiddle.org. Scroll down the page to “Cashless Schools” and follow the instructions.

Thanks for all the teachers, staff, students and community who helped make a great yearbook this year.

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May 20, 2010
Omni’s PTSA supports the arts, students, teachers and community

Friday, May 14, 2010
Matters of the Heart: A Guide to Living and Loving Your Teen Years
Author Corin Wiser, M.Ed., talks to Omni’s students about self-esteem. Sponsored by the PTSA.

May 10, 2010
Do The Write Thing: National Campaign To Stop Violence

The Do the Write Thing Challenge provides middle school students with an opportunity to examine the impact of violence on their lives and communicate in writing what they can personally do to stop violence.

The program involves a classroom discussion and a “Challenge” to answer three questions in written form:

How has youth violence affected my life?
What are the causes of youth violence?
What can I do to reduce youth violence?

Click on the link below to view:

Do The Write Thing

A Dialogue with Dr. Diane Ravitch

Thursday, May 6, 2010. Day Three. PTSA’s Teacher Appreciation Beautification Project

Wednesday, May 5, 2010. Day Two. PTSA’s Teacher Appreciation Beautification Project

Tuesday, May 4, 2010
PTSA’s Teacher Appreciation Beautification Project begins. Three palm trees are planted.

Thursday, April 15, 2010:

Landcape drawing of PTSA’s Teacher Appreciation beautification project:

PTSA flyer for Teacher Appreciation

Friday, April 9th is $2 for T. No Jerseys. We will donate 25% of the money raised to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation in support of the RAK Club that will be walking this Saturday.

Attention 6th & 7th graders…The Omni Planner Contest is in full swing. If you want your design to be on the cover of next year’s planner, then pick up a submission form in the main office. GOOD LUCK!

December 16, 2009

An Appreciation for Mrs. Estep, outstanding educator

An Appreciation for Mr. Castillo, Band Director

12 Responses to “PTSA”

  1. The first three trees are in! How exciting!

    As you can see from the plan, we have a long way to go. If you haven’t yet sent in your sponsorship, please do so. You can print the flyer at http://www.omnimiddle.org.

    Keep checking to see what goes in next!

    Sharyn Schneiderman
    PTSA President

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  2. Did anyone see the plants today? They look awesome. The teachers I spoke with are so excited! Keep those donations coming!

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  3. The landscaping looks beautiful! It really gives the school a nice look and I am sure the teachers (and kids) really appreciate it!

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  4. Nice job — making the world a little bit greener!
    Go Omni
    Thanks to the PTSA folks that really make things happen!!!!!

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  5. What a wonderful idea and a fabulous job by Mike Litman and his crew.

    It will be meaningful and memorable as the bushes and trees grow along with the students. “Hey, I remember when these things were just planted…” I can hear it now…

    Great job! Thank you PTSA, all those involved and all the parents for your contributions!

    “You can’t hide that Jaguar pride!”

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  6. Thanks PTSA! Thank you parents for supporting our staff and making Omni beautiful.

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