Mission Statement:

Our partnership with the community is an integral piece in our endeavor to fulfill our mission: "Inspiring, developing, and empowering life-long learners to enrich the world."

 2016-17 PRELIMINARY BUDGET APPROVED 
At their May 9, 2016 meeting, the Oswayo Valley School Board of Directors approved the 2016-17 preliminary budget in the amount of $7,945,207 with the use of $129,680 from the fund balance.  For any questions regarding the budget, please contact Mrs. Jackie Fosmer in the Business Office at 814-260-1700.
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APRIL/MAY 2016 EDITION OF GREEN WAVE NEWS NOW AVAILABLE
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FOURTH AND FIFTH GRADE STUDENTS PERFORM
NATIONAL ANTHEM AT PNC PARK 
Oswayo Valley’s fourth and fifth grade students recently traveled to Pittsburgh and performed the National Anthem at PNC Park for the Pirates vs. Cubs game on May 3, 2016.

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APRIL 2016 EDITION OF THE OV SPLASH IS NOW AVAILABLE!  
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PHILLIP FREELOVE INDUCTED INTO NATIONAL TECHNICAL HONOR SOCIETY
Freelove
On Friday April 8 , 2016, Oswayo Valley High School’s Phillip Freelove was inducted into the National Technical Honor Society at the Seneca Highlands Career and Technical Center.  This is a prestigious honor, in which students who are inducted must meet the following criteria:  at least a 3.0 GPA at their perspective home school, a 3.5 GPA or higher in their CTC field along with attendance and discipline considerations.  The picture above was taken at the ceremony with Mr. and Mrs. Freelove, Phillip, sister Caitlyn, and Mr. Jim Young,  the director of the CTC.  Congratulations to Phillip and his family for achieving this high honor!
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 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS RECOGNIZED AT REGINA A QUICK CENTER FOR THE ARTS

The following students’ artwork was selected from over 300 entries to be displayed in the high school art juried exhibition at the Regina A Quick Center for the Arts at St. Bonaventure University: senior Cheyenne Wilson (digital photography), senior Jillian Wichert (oil painting), and junior Sarah Malogrino (Sculpey sculpture).  Of the total entries, just over 70 were accepted for this annual show. Congratulations to these students!
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DETAILS REGARDING THE UPCOMING
PENNSYLVANIA SYSTEM OF SCHOOL ASSESSMENTS (PSSA)
ARE AVAILABLE ON THE GUIDANCE WEBPAGE UNDER STATE ASSESSMENTS.  
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Oswayo Valley School District 2013