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‘Panther Paws’ is Her Passion
BY: Doug Hoffman on March 13, 2017

“I love my job,” says Kathy Faust, Food Service Director for Onamia Public Schools. “Any time we can feed a kid who was hungry, we’re doing something important.” The food service program serves almost 1000 meals a day with after-school snacks to the district’s 600 kids. Onamia District does all it can to ensure that no kids are going hun...

Nominations Sought for OHS Athletics Hall of Fame
BY: Doug Hoffman on March 01, 2017

Onamia High School is now accepting nominations for the inaugural OHS Athletic Hall Of Fame. Nominations are due by May 1st and he induction banquet is set for June 10, 2017. Nomination forms and criteria information may be downloaded below. Completed nominations may be sent to the OHS office at: Onamia High School c/o Brady Hermel 35465 125th Ave Onamia, MN 56359 ...

Inclusion Committee's Goal: The Best Education for All
 on January 06, 2017

The term “inclusion” means many things to many people in many different environments, but at Onamia Elementary and High School, the meaning is clear: Inclusion means educating all students in the least restrictive environment possible. In other words, everyone learns together.   The inclusion model of education means kids with special needs spend as much of t...

New MAPP Coordinator Is at Home in Onamia
 on December 22, 2016

Brian Miner, the new Coordinator of the Mille Lacs Area Partners for Prevention (MAPP) has deep roots in the area and many years of relevant experience in education and counseling.   Brian Miner graduated from Onamia in 1998 and has worked for Mille Lacs Academy, Central Lakes College and the Minnesota Department of Human Services, in addition to coaching baseball and fo...

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