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  • Spring into Spring Phoenicia Read-A-Thon

    Welcome to the SPRING INTO SPRING: PHOENICIA READ-A-THON. To participate, please fill out the reading log. At the end of seven weeks our school will total up the minutes. If we reach our building-wide reading goal of 15,000 minutes, we will have a school-wide celebration. Also, the top five readers who logged the most minutes will receive a free book as a reward. Select headline for full letter.

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  • Phoenicia's Shorter Reporter

    Select headline for all your Shorter Reporters in one place.

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  • Second Information Letter - Assessments in Public Education

    For Parents/Guardians of Onteora students. Select above link for the different types of assessment our District uses and a description of each assessment.

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  • Lead Testing Results

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  • Mystery Reader Cafe' Returns for 2016-17

    The Mystery Reader Cafe is back and coming to a cafeteria near you once a month. Mrs. Ryan kicked off the event this year. . Select link to see clues and photos of our Mystery Readers. Stay tuned for new clues and new photos

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  • Dismissal Procedure Reminder

    Safety and security is a building priority for all students and staff. All students must be released to a parent/guardian from the office during school hours. Select link for detailed procedures.

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  • 2016-17 Parent/Guardian Student Handbook

    The 2016-17 Parent/Guardian Student Handbook available by selecting above headline.

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  • Continents in a Box

    Continents in a Box started from an idea that third graders should not just read and write about the 7 continents of the world, but, should also be able to touch, feel and experience real objects that come from lands far far from their own. With a grant from the Lilly Sarah Grace foundation and funding from the PTA this program was established. Select link for an amazing video overview of this program.

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  • Social Thinking Primary School Style

    During the summer of 2014, The Board of Education approved the Social Thinking Curriculum, developed by Michelle Garcia Winner and associates, to address the social/emotional needs of our student community. Through the combined efforts of the Social Workers, School Psychologists, Speech and Language Therapists and School Counselor this curriculum has been introduced to our students in both the Primary and Intermediate Schools.

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