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Good Citizen Award Good Citizen Award: Congratulations to Raymond Anderson on receiving the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizens Award.
Onondaga Wrestling Club Onondaga Wrestling Club: It's not to late to sign-up for this season. Click the link below to find out more. 
Snow Days & Delays Snow Days & Delays: Winter weather has arrived and the Onondaga Central School District would like to provide some information to our families and community members. When school is delayed, closed, or an early dismissal occurs due to weather conditions or other emergencies, a text alert will be sent out via the SchoolMessenger system, the information will be posted on our District website (onondagacsd.org), and announcements will be made over local television stations and radio stations.  If you are not signed up for text alerts on SchoolMessenger, you can find school emergency announcements on one of the following television stations:  WSYR-Channel 9, Spectrum News 10, WTVH-Channel 5 or WSTM-Channel 3.  Additionally, some websites to check are:  www.syracuse.com ; www.localsyr.com ...
Onondaga Christmas Ornament Sale Onondaga Christmas Ornament Sale: The Key Club and IBIP (International Business Internship Program) are partnered in selling Onondaga-themed Christmas ornaments. The cost is $10/ea with a personalization option for an additional $2. For more information, click on the download below:
Capital Project Capital Project: By:  Rob Price, Superintendent Dear District Residents:   The Board of Education and Facilities Committee has been meeting for months reviewing the Building Conditions Survey (BCS). The BCS is a document required by the NYSED to keep track of the condition of the buildings within the District.  In doing so, school districts are able to identify the physical conditions of all the buildings; such as the interior and exterior, mechanical, electrical, and envelope that includes the roof and exterior brick, doors and windows. The Board of Education and District Administration used the BCS (last completed in 2015) to create a long-range plan, to support Capital Project Improvements district-wide and create a tax levy for financial predictability.   The Capital ...
Athletics Update Athletics Update: Athletics This fall we had an increase in participation in athletics by 13 students to 164.  That may not seem like a big deal, but those few extra kids have made a world of difference for our programs.  We were able to bring back JV Girls Soccer which provides important opportunities for our girls to get on the field and develop their skills in real game situations.  Our modified football team, that could not play games last year due to low numbers, now has enough players to scrimmage full 11 on 11 in practice and play a full schedule. Being able to run these programs creates more opportunities for our kids and positively impacts the future of each program.  I am hopeful that this trend continues during the winter season! At the time of this writing, our varsity ...
Action for Healthy Kids - Gaga Ball Pit Action for Healthy Kids - Gaga Ball Pit: Action for Healthy Kids - Grant The Physical Education Departments at Rockwell, Wheeler, and the Junior/Senior High School each received a $1,000 grant through “Action for Healthy Kids,” a nonprofit organization that helps school professionals, families, and communities develop programs to promote healthy eating habits and physical activity. Rockwell will be using the grant to purchase a UCF universal trainer to develop a gymnastics unit and for Omnikin balls. Wheeler will use the money to help build a Gaga Ball pit outside the school. Gaga Ball is a fast-paced, high energy sport played in an outdoor, octagonal pit.  At the Junior-Senior High School, the money will be used towards purchasing snowshoes, which will help the physical education department develop ...
AP Exam Information AP Exam Information: Although it is only September, it is time to turn our attention to AP testing in May.  The timeframe to register for exams has been moved from the end of the school year to the start of the school year. The cost of an AP exam is $94, per exam.  I have asked students to have a $40 deposit, (per exam), to me by October 31 and the remaining balance will be due by January 31.  If you prefer to pay in full, or more than $40, that is fine as well.  If your child is eligible for free or reduced lunch, please let me know no later than October 4.  Please note, Collegeboard will no longer allow me to request a fee waiver after exams are ordered.  If you are paying by check, please make payable to Onondaga Central School District. I realize this timeframe is tighter ...



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Rob Price, Superintendent of Schools
4466 South Onondaga Road | Nedrow, NY 13120
Phone 315.552.5000