Congratulations to Onteora senior Jack Warren, who won the regional Poetry Out Loud competition held at SUNY Oneonta on February 1. Jack will move on to the State-level Poetry Out Loud competition this March in Syracuse. Also placing in the top five was Onteora junior Kalo Talley.
The Onteora Central School District is partnering with the Ulster Prevention Council on an upcoming educational forum focusing on the drug problem that is affecting youth in many communities, including our own. Select the headline for more information.
Onteora’s Sixth Annual “Creating Kindness Week” (formerly called “No Name-Calling Week”) was held from January 4-8. Students and staff in the Middle and High School had a variety of opportunities to demonstrate their compassion and concern for others. Select the headline for additional information.
The high school's guidance counseling department is sponsoring a presentation about the college financial aid process on Wednesday, January 27th from 7 P.M. to 8 P.M. This presentation is open to all parents. Select the headline above for more information.
Onteora High School hosted an Alumni Day on December 23. Thirteen alumni from various post-secondary paths came to speak with current juniors and seniors about life after high school. The alumni fielded questions about a wide range of topics, including the college admissions process, dorm life, transferring colleges, ‘gap year’ programs, financial aid, study abroad opportunities, changing majors, military service, finding employment, and professional networking.
The Ulster County Career Conference is Thursday, January 7th at the SUNY Ulster campus. Students will have the opportunity to meet panelists in the career field of their choice. Panelist will discuss required education, job markets, and daily expectations of their career.
10:45 AM - 11:00 PM MS/HS Early Dismissal (1/2 Day Staff Development)