Please complete an inter-district open enrollment application(s) if you would like your child(ren) to attend Ottawa-Glandorf Schools for the 2021-22 school year. This form can be found on-line at: http://ottawaglandorf.org/index.php/adminoffice/forms
All non-resident students wanting to enroll in Ottawa-Glandorf Schools must submit this form in order to be considered for open enrollment by May 3, 2021. You MUST print it out and submit the paper copy. We must have the paper copy in our office no later than May 3, 2021. The Ottawa-Glandorf Board of Education approved the Policy and Procedures in March, and will not be accepting any late open enrollment applications.
If your child(ren) will not be attending our school district for the upcoming school year, please contact our office at 419-523-5261.
2021-22 KG Registration is now open at both Ottawa-Elementary and Glandorf Elementary.
Online registration can be access via Final Forms. New parents can signup for a new account. Parents who already have a Final Forms accounts SHOULD NOT create a new account. Please log in with you existing Final Forms account and select the "New Student" button to register your upcoming KG student.
New Parents: Select the Blue "New Account" button
Existing Parents: Select the Black "Log In Button"
Link to Kindergarten Registration
December 2, 2020
Dear staff, students, and parents:
Last night at our December Board of Education meeting, the administrative team and I made the recommendation to our Board members asking them for approval to extend our hybrid instructional model.
The latest case numbers we have received from the Putnam County Health Department are showing improvement, but they are still extremely high. The number of students and staff being affected by contact tracing through school interactions has dropped, and the number of staff and students being quarantined or testing positive due to community exposure has decreased, but the county rate is still over 1,000 per 100,000 people. We currently have thirty students/staff out due to contact tracing, and two students/staff out due to testing positive for COVID-19. We are definitely heading in the right direction, and we want to continue that trend. I have attached a chart with the most up to date information from the Putnam County Health Department on November 30, 2020 as an example of where Putnam County stands.