Mission Statement:

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

The Oswayo Valley School District currently has openings for a Jr. High Girls’ Basketball Coach and a Jr. High Boys’ Basketball Coach.  If you are interested in coaching junior high basketball, please complete an online application.   Internal candidates should submit a letter of interest to Mrs. Christi Stedman in the District Office.  The positions will remain open until filled.  All applicants must be able to obtain Act 34, Act 151, and Act 114 clearances.
As the district moves forward in uncertain financial times, a zero based budget resolution was passed by the Oswayo Valley School Board on Monday November 10, 2014. With costs continuing to rise, enrollment decreasing and funding from the state stagnant, the board felt that taking a zero based budget approach  was the right thing to do for the 2015-16 budget. A copy of this resolution is attached below. The board is committed to offering a solid education program and maximizing every dollar in every area is of utmost importance in times like this.  We thank you for your understanding and cooperation in this process.
The Oswayo Valley School District’s Comprehensive Planning Committee completed work on the school district’s new Comprehensive Plan for 2015-2018. Twenty-seven (27) people worked together over the course of the past eight (8) months to complete this plan. The plan must now be on review by the public for the next thirty  (30) days prior to submission to the state for their review and approval. Should you have any comments or suggestions with regard to the plan, please contact the Superintendent via email at fmcclard@oswayo.com.

Oswayo Valley SD Comprehensive Plan 2015- 2018


November 2014 students of the month

We are proud to announce November’s Students of the Month.  Representing the High School is Dustin Taylor and Dakota Green receives the nomination for Middle School.

Dustin is the son of John and Jennifer Taylor.  He participates in Student Council, serves as freshman class president and enjoys annoying his little sister.  Dustin’s favorite subject is Chemistry and he hopes to pursue ‘medical things’ in the future.  When asked about Dustin, Ms. Cochran had two things come to mind.  First “It’s the steady, quiet, plodding ones who win in the lifelong race.”—Robert W. Service  Secondly, “Dustin is a very dedicated and conscientious student who works hard to assure his successes.  Helpful and eager to lend a hand, he is reliable and pleasant to be around.”  Dustin’s advice to his class mates is “Always try to be better than everyone else, without acting like it.”

Dakota is the son of Jim and Annie Green.  He is in the eighth grade and enjoys hunting in his spare time.  Dakota’s favorite subject is Algebra.  Becoming a welder is what he would like to pursue after high school.  Mrs. McGee has the following to say about Dakota: “Dakota is a kind young man.  He is fun and funny.  Dakota knows when to work hard and when to be serious.  He is polite to his teachers and classmates.  Dakota is a great role model for his fellow middle schoolers.  Great ready, High School teachers- you are getting a great student!”  Dakota’s tip for his classmates is “Do and try your best.”

Congratulations Dustin and Dakota!  We are so proud of your accomplishments.  Keep up the great work!

Oswayo Valley School District 2013