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."

SNOW MAKE-UP DAYS

As a result of the January 5 snow day, school will be in session on Friday, February 16.  Additionally, the February 7 snow day will be made up on Thursday, March 29, 2018.  There will be no school for students and staff on Monday, February 19, 2018 and the buildings will be closed.

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JANUARY’S STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

We are proud to announce January’s Students of the Month – Kaleb Keech represents the High School and Lily Stedman receives the nomination for the Middle School.

 

Kaleb is the son of Chris and Kelly Rice.  He is a senior where he participates in Student Council and National Honor Society.  Kaleb is a senior class officer as well.  Kaleb’s favorite subject is Biology.  Kaleb wishes to pursue a career as a veterinarian after high school.  Kaleb’s advice for his classmates is:  “Do not procrastinate, manage your time efficiently.”  The teachers have this to say about Kaleb.  “Kaleb is a great help, he will do whatever is asked without complaining.”  “He has a great attitude, humor, and is an academic role model.”  Finally, “Kaleb always goes out of his way to be helpful at all times and is very positive.”

Lily is the daughter of Brian and Christi Stedman.  Lily is in the sixth grade and enjoys participating in gymnastics.  Lily’s favorite subject is Math and she is the sixth grade class president.  After high school, Lily has aspirations of going to law school to become a lawyer.  Lily’s advice to the student body is: “Always stay focused and never give up!”  The middle school teachers had this to say about Lily: “Lily is courteous and a responsible student.” “Lily is thoughtful and helpful to others.”

Congratulations Kaleb and Lily!

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REGINA A. QUICK CENTER MIDDLE SCHOOL JURIED ART EXHIBITION 

On January 30, 2018, 88 impressive works were on display at the Quick Center. The works were selected by a panel of judges from 200 submissions to the exhibition from 4 counties in New York and Pennsylvania and a total of 17 area schools.

In addition the 3 judges were asked to each select a work to receive a “Judges’ Choice” award. We are so proud and happy to announce that our very own 6th grade student, Mallory Goodliff, received one of these prestigious awards at Tuesday night’s reception!

Congratulations to Mallory and to all of our middle school representatives!

 

 

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FUTURE GREEN WAVES

 

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YEARBOOK ORDERS

Yearbook sales are currently underway.  If you would like a copy of the 2017-18 school yearbook, please be sure to reserve yours today!  The cost for this year’s book is $55 plus tax, but you can reserve one for $5 down!  If you wish to order a yearbook, you may do so by ordering online at jostens.com or by contacting Mrs. Poirier and making a $5 deposit.  The balance can be paid at any time before distribution at the end of the year.  Please be advised that all orders are due by February 23, 2018.  No late orders can be accepted and no extra copies will be ordered.  Be sure to reserve yours today!

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 OV MIDDLE SCHOOL WINS SILVER MEDAL
AT IU9 READING COMPETITION
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR OVMS TEAM AND MISS RHODES
ON AN OUTSTANDING JOB!
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Vision, Mission, and Shared Values

Vision, Mission, and Shared Values
Oswayo Valley School District 2017