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Canuary & February - Support Local Food Pantries

During the months of January and February, Onteora High Schools National Honor Society is collecting non-perishable food items to support local food pantries. Look for donation boxes at Hannaford in West Hurley, the Boiceville Market, and at the Pine Hill Community Center.

Principal's Message

Updated information is being provided to high school students and parents.

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Yearbook Photos Needed

This year has brought a lot of changes to the world and the Onteora Yearbook. However, this has given the Yearbook Staff a chance to completely revamp and bring some new sections to the yearbook.

The Onteora Yearbook is trying to capture the Class of 2021 growing up. Please submit high resolution photos to Please remember to keep all submissions school appropriate and indicate in the email who is in the photo and when it was taken.

Parent Workshop: Social Emotional Well-Being

Every parent is working hard to think about themselves and their families during the pandemic and these challenging times. Keeping yourself and everyone safe, emotionally and physically, is not a simple task. Parenting, in the best of conditions, can be wonderful and stressful! Every parent, and each one of you, needs opportunities to share, listen and explore ways to think well about yourselves as you continue to build strong and supportive relationships with your children, especially during these volatile times.

The Secondary School Workshop will take place on Thursday, January 28, from 5:30 P.M. -  7:00 P.M.  AM and on Monday, February from 5:30 P.M. to 7:00 P.M.  Please follow this link to register:

Superintendent's Letter: Remote Learning Extended Through February 1

Dear Onteora Families,

I know that everyone is anxious to plan regarding the potential return of our students to in person learning. Our original plan was to return on Tuesday of next week, following the observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. I shared with the Board of Education last night that we are going to stay in the remote learning environment until the beginning of the third quarter on February 1st.  

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