Events & Annoucements

Upcoming Events

Date/Time Event
Dec 11 (Mon)
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
OMS Book Fair
Oostburg Middle School
Dec 11 (Mon)
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
MS Band/Choir Concert @ OHS
Oostburg High School
Dec 12 (Tue)
7:00 am - 3:30 pm
OMS Book Fair
Oostburg Middle School
Dec 12 (Tue)
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
MS Girls Basketball-Howards Grove@Home
Oostburg Middle School
Dec 22 (Fri)
All Day
District Early Release
Dec 25 (Mon)
All Day
No School - Christmas Break
  • OMS Book Fair

    OMS Book Fair

    The OMS Book Fair will take place the week of Dec. 11-14 in the Innovation Room
    Monday: 5:30-6:30p (before the Winter concert)
    Tues-Thurs: before and after school (until 3:30)
    This is the perfect opportunity to stock up on gifts for the holiday season and Winter Break reading materials!
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    Poinsettia Sale

    The Oostburg Parents Music Club is sponsoring a poinsettia sale from November 17- Dec. 4. The plants will be used to decorate the High School Gym for the OMS Choir and Band Winter Concert at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, December 11. The plants come in a 6.5″ foil-covered pot from Caan’s Greenhouses in Sheboygan. You may choose either red or white plants, which will have bows of the opposite color around the pot. The minimal profit made from each sale goes directly to the OPMC, which uses the money for camp scholarships, honor band/choir registration fees, new instruments, robes, uniforms, trips, etc.  Please note: All plants must be picked up immediately following the concert, since we must clear the gym for phy. ed. classes the following day. Thanks for your support!

    Fill in this form and return it with your payment to the OMS office or to your child’s music teacher: Jill Hanes (band) or Mrs. Williams (choir). Checks are preferred and should be made payable to the Oostburg Parents Music Club. Orders must be placed by Monday, December 4 in order to guaranty delivery by the concert date. Please contact Jill Hanes with any questions.

  • Making the Season Brighter for Foster Children

    The elementary and middle schools will be collecting toy donations for children of all ages for the Foster Care Gift Drive.  If you would like to help, please send unwrapped gifts to school where they can be put into the donation box by the office.  More information on this program is available here.


Principal –  Sherri Stengel  |  Phone: (920) 564-2383 x4218
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Youth Center

The Youth Center is a hub of activity from 2:30-3:45pm on Mondays through Thursdays. Here students can relax, study, chat, or play games. Popular activities include checkers, chess, foosball, air hockey, computers, Playstation, and watching TV. The Youth Center provides students an option to hang out with friends after school in a controlled and supervised environment. A wide variety of snacks are available for purchase, and late bus passes are available upon request. The Youth Center  is also available during middle school basketball games and dances. Please contact Mr. Veldhorst for more information.

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Sports Seasons

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    Underwater Robotics (ROV)

    ROV is a robotics club with a mission of building skills in business, engineering, problem solving, teamwork. Students organize themselves into a business and design, engineer, build and compete with their underwater robot. Additionally, students write a technical report, give an oral presentation to a panel of judges and publish a poster display.  This club meets from November – April, and try-outs take place in Fall. Please see Mr. Hendrikse for more information.

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    Oostburg NASP Archery

    The National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) is an international non-profit educational foundation established to teach archery as part of the in-school curriculum in grades 4-12. NASP is highly standardized to be safe, durable, economical and most importantly, universal fit for almost every student.  This club is offered January to April, with potential competitions extending in to May and June. Please contact Oostburg Archery for more information. View Video clip

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    OMS Student Council

    Middle School Student Council is a way for students to become involved in making their school a better place. Student Council members are expected to be role models for other students, responsible for reaching out to community members, and maintaining grades / homework. Starting in the 2015-16 school year, there will be Student Council Officers (President, Vice President, Secretary) and grade-level representatives. Applications are submitted at the beginning of the year and Student Council members are informed by mid-October.  Please contact Ms. Kimble for more information.

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    Geography Bee

    National Geographic Geography Bee is held annually at OMS. Seven rounds of competition to decide 9 finalists that leads to 1 final Geography Bee Champ. This event takes place in the Spring semester. All OMS students are eligible. Please see Mr. Kloepping for more information.

  • Destination Imagination

    Destination Imagination

    DI is a program at the elementary, middle, and high school level that develops creative problem solving and teamwork skills. Teams of less than seven students work with an adult team manager to solve challenges short term and long term challenges throughout the school year. Teams compete to showcase their work at a regional tournament in March. Teams form in late September, and the season generally ends in late April. Mr. Bretall is the Destination Imagination Coordinator for our district. Interest forms are sent to students in September. Please view the OSD DI Informational Video and explore the Destination Imagination website for more details.

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    OMS Jazz Band

    Students will explore the many styles of jazz music and its history through an ensemble method book and literature. They also learn the basics of jazz improvisation. One or two evening concert performances will be required. While the course is open to all instruments in the band, a minimum of two saxophones, two trumpets, two trombones, one percussionist and one pianist will be required to form the basis of the group. This group is offered to students in grade 7 & 8 who are currently enrolled in concert band. The group meets after school from 2:35-3:10 one day/week. Please speak with Dr. Hanes for more information.

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Oostburg Middle School
408 New York Ave.
Oostburg, WI 53070

Ph: (920) 564-2383
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