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OTISVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

2525 Mount Hope Rd., Otisville, NY 10963 (845)355-5850 / fax (845)355-5853

OTISVILLE ELEMENTARY CELEBRATES PAJAMA DRIVE SUCCESS WITH 'MILK AND COOKIES PJ DAY'

Posted December 7 at 2:28pm

Who wouldn’t want to wear their cozy and/or holiday pajamas to school PLUS have a break for milk, cookies and a holiday story?

 

It was all for a great cause! Today, Dec. 7, Otisville Elementary students held a Pajama Drive Celebration to acknowledge the many pairs of donated pajamas which will be given to needy children.

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SCHOOL COMMUNITY'S DONATIONS WILL CREATE 240 FULL BAGS OF FOOD FOR 'MINISINK CARES' ORGANIZATION

Posted December 6 at 11:38am

The Minisink Valley school community’s kindness and generosity will again be shown in the forthcoming distribution of 240 full bags of food to the 2018 "Minisink Cares" Holiday Food Drive on Dec. 8.

 

"Minisink Cares" is a community organization which provides food and other necessities to families within the immediate community who need a helping hand.

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OTISVILLE FOURTH-GRADERS LEARN HOW BIOGRAPHIES REINFORCE LIFE LESSONS AND ACADEMIC/FUTURE CAREER SKILLS

Posted December 6 at 9:38am

It’s been said every life has a beginning, middle and an end, and how one’s life has been lived should be of great interest to those who are still at the beginning.

 

That’s often why parents see their children having school assignments focusing on biographies and creating projects focusing on those books and independent research.

 

Leslie Lee’s fourth-grade class at Otisville Elementary just completed presentations on their biography projects and is among the many district classes which will be involved with biography work this school year.

 

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SIGN UP NOW: LITTLE LADY WARRIORS HOLIDAY PEP RALLY, SUNDAY, DEC. 16

Posted December 5 at 4:00pm

MVHS Cheerleading Program presents Little Lady Warriors Holiday Pep Rally on Sunday, Dec. 16, 1-4 p.m., in the high school auxiliary gym.

Guaranteed fun for girls ages 5-12, the event will include arts & crafts, games, snacks/drinks, and much more! Come in your holiday PJ's if you wish (sneakers suggested for games).

Registration is $20 per child (registration form) and closes Dec. 14, or when full. For more information email Coach Archiere at mvhscheercoaches3@gmail.com.

STAY ALERT ABOUT MEASLES

Posted November 26 at 2:13pm

Stay aware about the symptoms of measles now that a positive case of measles has been confirmed in Orange County.

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OTISVILLE THIRD-GRADERS TELL THEIR PEERS WHAT THEY'RE THANKFUL FOR AT THANKSGIVING CELEBRATION

Posted November 20 at 11:43am

Third grade students at Otisville Elementary School gathered to give thanks for the people and things that have influenced their lives.

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MEET OTISVILLE'S FIRST QUARTER 'STAR STUDENTS'

Posted November 15 at 11:33am

Congratulations to Otisville Elementary's First Quarter "Star Students!"

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OTISVILLE MAYOR AND TRUSTEE TALK TO FIFTH-GRADERS ABOUT ELECTION DAY AND THE ELECTION PROCESS

Posted November 8 at 11:53am

Future voters get a lesson in how elections work!

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DONATE TO OUR SCHOOL'S THANKSGIVING FOOD DRIVE

Posted November 5 at 1:33pm

All five Minisink Valley Schools invite you to share your bounty this holiday season with less fortunate families in our midst.

 

WHY IT MATTERS:

• 1-in-5 children in America may not know where they will get their next meal.

• 20 percent of Minisink students experience some form of food insecurity.

 

Let’s pull together to help Minisink Cares and make sure all Minisink families are provided for this holiday season. (Continue to full article for school-specific information.)

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OTISVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL'S DIABETES AWARENESS WALK A HUGE SUCCESS!

Posted October 29 at 12:30pm

Otisville Elementary School’s annual diabetes awareness campaign concluded with a school-wide walk on Oct. 25 to raise funds for its own students living with diabetes.

 

 

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