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Morning Program and Community Story Time, 2019-2020 Morning Program and Community Story Time, 2019-2020
Morning Program, a multi-grade Primary School assembly, has resumed for the 2019-2020 school year with some changes. Our weekly assembly will be for grades PreK through 3rd grade; please note that students in grades 4, 5, and 6 will be invited for special occasions.  A rotating schedule of a few 6th graders will join us as Masters of Ceremonies (M C's). Families are invited to join us for Morning Program after signing in at the Main Office. Morning Program will take place  on THURSDAYS, from 8:30 - 9:00 am, during the Fall Semester. When the Spring Semester starts on February 5, the weekly event will move to WEDNESDAYS from 8:30 - 9:00 am. Community Story Time in the library for children age birth through age 4 and their caregivers resumes after each Morning Program, from 9:00 - 9:45 am. Our youngest community members are invited to join us for age-appropriate stories, puppet-play, snacks, and seasonal arts and crafts.
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Changing: bus and drop off procedures beginning November 4 Changing: bus and drop off procedures beginning November 4
We’ve used the first 8 weeks of school to reassess the bus and drop off procedures, and effective Monday, November 4, there will be changes. Buses will no longer drive around the back of the building. All students will get on and off buses at the bus loop by the main entrance. PreK through 3rd grade students will use the PreK-3 wing entrance by the ramp. All other students  will use the main entrance. The bus loop by the main entrance will be CLOSED to cars between 7:20 and 8:00 am, and between 2:30 and 3:10 pm. Families are invited to drop off students along the sidewalk in front of the school, by the flagpole. Those needing to turn around can do so in the library parking lot.  Read More
Capital reserve project proposed, voting date announced Capital reserve project proposed, voting date announced

Voters are being asked to approve a capital reserve project covering safety and security upgrades at the South Otselic PreK-12 building and Georgetown bus facility sites. The vote will be held Thursday, November 21 from noon to 9 pm  at the Otselic Valley Library. There will be no additional tax impact on taxpayers for this project.

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Library to be opened to the community Library to be opened to the community
The Otselic Valley Library will be open to the community every Tuesday school is in session from 3:00-7:00 pm, beginning Tuesday, October 29. The kickoff for this event includes special fun:  an appearance by Dan the Snake Man and his LIVE reptile friends, facepainting, Halloween crafts, and Halloween treats. It's all free!  Read More
NOTICE for students who ride the bus and their parents/guardians NOTICE for students who ride the bus and their parents/guardians
ALL students in ALL grades who ride the bus need a parent's written permission to NOT ride the bus in the afternoon. Unless students are staying after school for an organized activity such as sports practice or games, play rehearsals, etc. they need to go home on the bus as expected unless written parent permission has been received by Mrs. McKissick in the Main Office. 
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Otselic Valley test scores rise Otselic Valley test scores rise
Testing is one of the ways student progress is measured, and the data from the 2019 Grades 3-8 Assessments and Regents exams show Vikings making progress.  Read More
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Chenango County Dairy Princesses from O V
Congratulations to the newly crowned Chenango County Dairy Princess Paige Warren, the Chenango County Alternate Dairy Princess Cassie Agren, and the Chenango County Dairy Ambassadors Peyton and Skyler Graham. Their jobs are to promote the dairy industry and dairy products by speaking to school and public groups. Crowning occurred at the annual banquet held in Norwich on Sunday, May 26, 2019. Almost half of the Chenango County Dairy Court are Otselic Valley students! 

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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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