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Otselic Valley State of the District 2019 Otselic Valley State of the District 2019
From Robert G. Berson, Superintendent of Schools: At the Otselic Valley School District, it's important to understand where we are and where we're going as we continue to move forward. This descriptive document was created in a spirit of inclusivity and connectivity, and can contribute to the work we do in fulfilling our mission: Educate and inspire every student to achieve excellence. 
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New date: 5-Hour pre-licensing course happens May 1, 3:15 - 9:00 PM New date: 5-Hour pre-licensing course happens May 1, 3:15 - 9:00 PM
The new date and time for the 5-hour pre-licensing course is Wednesday, May 1 from 3:15 - 9:00 PM. A minimum of 10 participants are required for the course to be given. When you come to class, please bring the $25 fee, a writing utensil, and your learner's permit. You are also wecome to bring snacks and a drink. To sign up, contact Mrs. Burpee at gburpee@ovcs.org, or call 315-653-7218, extension 4042.  Read More
4th graders learn to ski at Toggenburg Mountain 4th graders learn to ski at Toggenburg Mountain
Last month 4th grade Vikings had an unusual Physical Education field trip: they traveled to Toggenburg Mountain in Fabius to learn to ski! Using free equipment rentals thanks to the I Ski N Y Passport Program for students, they learned all the basics, including safety, in a group lesson taught by a Ski Patrol member. These students can now appreciate ski helmets, trek up hill while on skis, stop and turn on the snow, and use the rope lift. Winter fitness can be so much fun.  Read More
Head Start offers new program options for 2019-2020 Head Start offers new program options for 2019-2020
If you are a pregnant woman or have a child from birth to 5 years old in Chenango County, you are eligible to apply for Early Head Start or Preschool Head Start. These programs are federally funded, locally operated programs serving low income children and families with health, nutrition, and social services, as well as early childhood education. All programs are free to families. For more information or to apply, call Opportunities for Chenango, Inc. at 607-334-7114 or contact Abby Cortez, Head Start Family Services Coordinator, at acortez@ofcinc.org.  Read More
Running for the board of education? Running for the board of education?
Information is available about the deadline for Board of Education member nominating petitions ahead of this year's election to fill one available seat. New this year is "The School Board Experience," a rich resource on the internet from the New York State School Board Association. Learn more about candidacy decision making, how to run, how to prepare, and how to serve the community in this role after the election.   Read More
5-Hour pre-licensing course POSTPONED 5-Hour pre-licensing course POSTPONED
A 5-hour pre-licensing course originally scheduled for Wednesday, March 27 from 3:15 - 9:00 PM is POSTPONED. We hope the new class will happen in 2-3 weeks--watch this space for the new date. The cost is $25.00, and participants must bring their learner's permit and a writing utensil to class. Please sign up in the District office. A minimum of 10 participants are needed to hold the class.  Read More
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Cameron wins the Scripps National Spelling Competition at Otselic Valley
Cameron wins the Scripps National Spelling Competition at Otselic Valley
In an exciting (yes!) 17 rounds, Cameron Bartlett won the spelling bee followed by first runner up Jacob Bunting and 2nd runner up Carlie Golden. Cameron will participate in the Regional Spelling Bee Competition on Saturday, March 2, 2019 at SUNY Oneonta, Goodrich Theater. Congratulations everyone, and good luck Cameron! (Photo, L-R: Carlie, Jacob, Cameron) 

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