Category Archives:
News

Students Register to Vote (Philadelphia)

Earlier this month at the Northwest Accelerated center in Philadelphia, an NAACP voter registration representative spoke to students. She gave a great presentation about the importance of voting, not only in a presidential election, but all local elections. Twenty students registered ...

 Read More

Open House and Parent Day Success (North Ga.)

%%wppa%% %%slide=8%% East Cobb, Power Springs, Covington East and Covington West centers hosted parents, district personnel and district board members last week at their centers. All of the guests were able to learn more about the Ombudsman program, discuss student ...

 Read More

Operation Greeting 2012: Supporting U.S. Troops

Ombudsman Educational Services is once again joining forces with sister division Spectrum Center Schools and Programs and the corporate office of Educational Services of America to show gratitude and support for U.S. troops who are away from their families during ...

 Read More

Students Participate in Red Ribbon Week (Jasper, Ga.)

Ombudsman students at the Jasper center participated in Red Ribbon Week Oct. 22-25, a drug prevention awareness and education campaign to unite people and communities to take a visible stand against drugs. Pictured are Jasper students wearing wristbands to show ...

 Read More

Student Profile: Albert Avizius (Downers Grove, Ill.)

Albert Avizius is a senior from Hinsdale Central. OES: Welcome back Albert. How are things going this year? AA: It’s going good. I have a lot of work to do. OES: Compare the work  you do here with the work ...

 Read More

Westwood Center Students Participate in Community Cleanup (Dearborn, Mich.)

On Wednesday Sept. 26, students from the Westwood Center in Dearborn, Mich., participated in The 2nd Annual Community Cleanup. Staff and students walked around the businesses surrounding the center and picked up a total of 22 bags of trash. The ...

 Read More

Center Catapults into Science (Powder Springs, Ga.)

After their science lesson about simple machines, the eighth grade students at our Powder Springs location were given directions and materials to construct catapults out of Popsicle sticks, tape and rubber bands. The students launched their catapults to determine which ...

 Read More

Student Profile: Kenji Meeks (Downers Grove, Ill.)

Kenji is a junior from District 88 / Willowbrook OES: Welcome back. How do you feel about returning to Ombudsman? KM: At first I wasn’t happy, but it was the best decision. OES: Why was it a good decision? KM: ...

 Read More

Student Essay: What Makes a Good Leader (Proviso, Ill.)

It’s YOUR future! Traditional High School not for you? Learn more about earning your diploma with Ombudsman Charter Schools!“ What Makes a Good Leader Submitted by an anonymous senior With the presidential election only one short month away, it’s important ...

 Read More

Student Profile: Eric Nielsen (Downers Grove, Ill.)

Eric is a junior from District 87 / Glenbard West OES: Eric, it’s nice to have you back. Since you have been with us before, what expectations do you have for the year? EN: I did well last year. I ...

 Read More

X
- Enter Your Location -
- or -
Font Resize
Contrast