graduates climb steps outside the school library after having their picture taken
softball catcher crouches behind home plate with the umpire beside her, waiting for the pitch
chorus teacher introduces elementary chorus as they wait to perform
Preschool students in a morning assembly dance while listening to music, with some teachers in background
on the last day of school elementary students walk down the ramp under the outstretched arms of faculty and staff
Prom kind and queen, prince and princess in formal wear while standing in a field
an older student assists a preschool boy, while others watch, with using a shovel to dig a hole in which they plant a sapling
boys on Varsity baseball team smile while looking at coach who is saying something funny
a row of band students stand and play trumpets and drums in a school hallway
a masked police officer teaches six graders about digital citizenship with an image in the background of a person seated and holding a cell phone
3 7th graders and 1 teacher in masks hold up posters about self-respect they made with big sheets of colored paper
student-made butterflies in bright colors are posted in a spiral design on a school bulletin board
smiling high school senior boy wearing hoodie holds a certificate of achievement and t-shirt
a row of preschool students in jackets and face masks stand in front of first responders with a fire truck
children sit on school library carpet while watching classmates do a puppet show in a puppet theater
high school goalie on girls soccer team and in pink shirt kicks soccer ball
elementary school students walk on school sidewalk wearing costumes as teachers walk with them to assist
elementary school students play on playground device with curved platform and bouncing
students in matching yellow t-shirts walk down hallway
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School health exams and B M I data School health exams and B M I data
As part of a required school health examination, a student is weighed and his/her height is measured. Students' "body mass index" is included in a list of weight status groups, and that information may be submitted to the New York State Department of Health if our school is asked to be in a survey of select school districts. Only summary information is sent. No names and no information about individual students are sent. However, you may choose to have your child's information excluded from this survey report. 
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Kolbie Pearson inducted into the N T H S Kolbie Pearson inducted into the N T H S
We are pleased and proud to announce Kolbie's induction into the National Technical Honor Society (N T H S) at a ceremony held recently at D C M O BOCES.  Kolbie, a student in the Career & Technical Education (C T E) Welding II program, achieved this recognition following a rigorous nomination process. He has maintained a high level of achievement in both his Otselic Valley classes and his welding training, with an excellent attendance record. Kolbie has also demonstrated an outstanding record of employability skills, high achievement in his technical area as judged by his C T E teacher, and he received a variety of positive recommendations.

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6th grade STEM class buzzes 6th grade STEM class buzzes
There is a reason Mr. Roy's 6th grade STE(A)M class was literally buzzing this morning. Vikings chose from among self-directed projects and kits, some of which included motor sensors, electronic circuits, and even boxing robots. This work was an opportunity to learn new technologies and even innovate by making something new with found materials. 
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Otselic Valley presents "Clue" (High School edition) Otselic Valley presents "Clue" (High School edition)
When curtains rise this Friday and Saturday night on Clue (High School Edition), audiences will see the biggest fall play staged by Otselic Valley in recent memory. And...it's a comedy (suitable for students in grades 6-12 and adult audiences)! Two performances only: Fri, 11/4 and Sat, 11/5, both at 7 pm. Tickets are $10 for adults, $7 for senior citizens, and $5 for students. Concessions will be open both nights with treats and flowers available for purchase. Thank you for your support!
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Arts in Ed kick-off with music, dance Arts in Ed kick-off with music, dance
The Arts in Education kick-off for this year's One Book, One Community initiative, a year-long look at the Katherine Applegate book Wishtree and its themes, was more like a blast off! Special guests rocked the gym and the M P R at the same time as students in all grades dipped their toes into music and dance. Recording artist Jared Campbell returned to O V with a full band sound and a big hearted performance for our youngest Vikings. In the M P R, student watched, and some danced in, an interactive Diversity in Dance program by the Reaction Dance Company from New York City. Keep celebrating compassion and curiosity, Vikings!
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Important message from the Nurse's Office Important message from the Nurse's Office
Otselic Valley Central School has had a few confirmed cases of the Coxsackie virus or as it's commonly known, Hand, Foot, and Mouth disease. The disease is very contagious in the first week. Symptoms are fever, poor appetite, runny nose, and sore throat. These symptoms usually appear three to five days after exposure. A blister-like rash on the hands, feet, and in the mouth usually develops one to two days after the initial symptoms. If your child develops these symptoms, please keep them home and contact their health care provider.
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