The Otselic Valley Central School District is participating in the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). Breakfast and lunch will be provided FREE to all children 18 years and under through July 31. They don't have to attend our school to participate, and there's no official sign up -- just come on over and enjoy good food prepared by our terrific cafeteria staff. Breakfast is 8-8:30 am and lunch is noon to 1 pm, Monday through Friday.
Posted Wednesday, July 19, 2017
It is a privilege to share Guest Speaker Zadoc Angell’s remarks from the Otselic Valley Central School 47th Commencement Exercises on June 23, 2017. We could point out that he went to Harvard, or that he now works in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles, but those achievements actually lead us to central, surprising points he made that we may take for granted. Thank you, Zadoc, for helping us see with new eyes.
Posted Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Mrs. Morse, our school nurse, has important information about a vaccination that's required before students start 6th grade in the fall, and the required paperwork.
Students, staff, and families recently participated in an assembly in which awards were give for outstanding student achievement and excellence in academics, art, athletics, and more. Well done, everyone.
Posted Tuesday, June 13, 2017
June is a busy time so here's your round up and update--please take a moment to review the details.UPDATE: Thursday, June 22 is both the last day of school for Pre-K-6th grade, and a HALF day (dismissal at 11 am). June 22 is also a half professional development day for staff. IF Otselic Valley has an emergency closing day between now and the end of school, the last day of school for students will be Friday, June 23.
Posted Tuesday, June 6, 2017
Students in grades K-5 are again participating in Jump Rope for Heart through the American Heart Association. Students collect sponsor donations, jump during physical education classes, and learn more about lifetime heart health.
Posted Monday, June 5, 2017
The After Prom Party sponsored by SADD will happen at WonderWorks at Destiny USA in Syracuse. This fun trip is open to prom attendees and anyone in the junior class. Thanks to our generous sponsors, activities, light refreshments and very cool prizes will be available. The bus leaves school at 10:45 pm, and returns at 4 am; permission slips are required.
Posted Thursday, June 1, 2017
Have you taken the DTSDE survey yet? It's open till June 1 so parents can provide input about how we're doing. This is part of the NYSED requirements for Focus schools, so your participation is appreciated. Check the article for the link to the survey.
Posted Tuesday, May 23, 2017