The Onteora Food Service Department would like to make families impacted by the recent government shutdown (and all families with financial hardship for any reason) aware of important information regarding assistance you may be entitled to. If your income has been reduced or eliminated (even if only on a temporary basis), your children may be eligible for free or reduced-price breakfasts and/or lunches at school... select the headline above to download the application.
In light of the enhanced focus on safety and security in our schools, we are writing to let you know that we will begin using a new visitor management system in all of our schools starting in September. Part of keeping students and faculty safe is knowing who is in our buildings at all times, and our new system will enable us to do that.
Welcome back! Please take the time to read this carefully. Your understanding of and participation in Onteora’s School Lunch Program is very important to us.
“The seal recognizes advanced achievement in English as well as another World Language,” explained Valerie Stewart, Onteora’s World Languages Liaison. This is the first year that the school district has encouraged students to seek this seal, which will be affixed to their high school diplomas and transcripts.
There will be a Fall Athletic Parent and Player meeting on Tuesday August 7th at 6pm in the Onteora High school auditorium to discuss the upcoming fall season. All middle school and high school students planning to participate in a fall sport should attend this meeting along with their parents.
Congratulations to the Class of 2018! Nearly 100 Onteora seniors marched onto the football field on June 22 for an important rite of passage: the end of their high school careers, and the beginning of a brand-new chapter of their lives.