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  • OPCSD Athletics Seeking Nominations for Hall of Fame

    The Orchard Park Central School District Athletic Department is seeking nominations for the 2018 Hall of Fame class.

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  • Lady Quakers Section VI Class AA Champions

    Congratulations Orchard Park Lady Quakers on their Class AA Sectional Title!!! The Orchard Park Varsity Girls Basketball team took on Frontier for the Section VI Class AA title on Wednesday, March 7. The Lady Quakers won 57-22 giving the girls the first sectional title since 1997!

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  • OPPD and OPCSD to Host Parent Information Night

    The Orchard Park Police Department is partnering with the Orchard Park Central School District to host a Parent Information Night on Wednesday, April 25th at 7 p.m. at the OP Middle School Auditorium.

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  • Information and Helpful Tips During Flu Season

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  • Universal Pre-Kindergarten

    Applications for Universal Pre-Kindergarten are currently being accepted for the 2018-2019 school year. In order to participate in the UPK program children must reside in the Orchard Park Central School District attendance area, and be four years old by December 1st of the year they start the program. The Orchard Park Central School District is able to offer the Universal Pre-Kindergarten program through a grant provided by the New York State Education Department. This grant covers the cost of the program, but does not cover transportation. It is the responsibility of each family to transport their child to the Universal Pre-Kindergarten site. There are a designated number of Universal Pre-Kindergarten spots available. If more apply than there are openings, there will be a “lottery” to determine who will be able to attend. Children are randomly selected for the program. Selection is not based on academic or economic need. All children are equally eligible for participation. The Orchard Park UPK program is not housed in the Orchard Park Elementary School buildings. The Orchard Park Central School District partners with local preschools as community-based preschool UPK sites. Families who apply for Orchard Park’s UPK program will be asked to provide their preschool site preference. We attempt to accommodate families’ first or second choice whenever possible. UPK applications are due by March 30, 2018. The following documents are required when submitting your UPK application: completed registration form, completed Home Language Questionnaire, proof of residency (two recent, valid forms are necessary), Parent/Guardian driver’s license, birth certificate, and vaccination records for your child. These forms may be downloaded from the district’s website (www.opschools.org/upk), picked up at the Central Registrar’s office at the Orchard Park Central School District Offices, 2240 Southwestern Blvd., West Seneca, or mailed to you upon request. Please call (

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  • Kindergarten Registration Information

    For information on registering your child for Kindergarten for 2018-2019, please contact Karen Olivieri the Central Registrar at 209-6325. She is located in the Orchard Park Central School District Administrative Offices, 2240 Southwestern Blvd., West Seneca, NY. Registration is done by appointment only Monday through Friday. Please call between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. to make an appointment. It is important to make an appointment as soon as possible in order to ensure that parents can attend Kindergarten Orientation at their child’s future school building and have their child signed up for Kindergarten Screening. Orientation is traditionally late in April and screening is held in May. Additional information and paperwork can be found at www.opschools.org/kindergarten. Please contact Karen Olivieri at 209-6325 with any questions.

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  • Eggert Student Goes Above and Beyond for Holiday Food Drive

    Eggert Elementary third grader Ava Rojek went above and beyond to collect food for Eggert’s Holiday Food Drive held in November. With the help of her mother, Ava created a video that was uploaded to social media asking for donations. She also wrote a letter on the back of the donation flyer. She then dropped off copies of that letter to all her neighbors. Within a week Ava collected over 420 donations of non-perishable items for Eggert’s Food Drive.

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  • Download the OP Schools App Today!

    Download the NEW FREE district mobile app today! Get the latest district and school news. Select the schools you want to follow. Get push notifications about breaking news, closures, events, and more. See the latest photos from school events. Tap to see morning announcements, lunch menus and the Virtual Backpacks fast. To download on your mobile device, iPad, or Tablet: Visit iTunes App Store® or Google Play®, Search OP Schools Then select the “OP Schools” app for FREE download.

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  • South Davis Creates Music Video in Honor of Rachel's Challenge

    South Davis Elementary came together to make a music video in honor of Rachel’s Challenge. Fifth grade students starred in the video but the entire school was a part of this exciting community building activity. The South Davis Bullying Prevention Coordinating Committee was looking for an extra special way to bring the school together as a part of Rachel's Challenge. The committee decided that a lip dub music video to the song “Give Love” was the way to go! Fifth grade students at South Davis Elementary rehearsed twice a week for a several weeks to prepare for their lip dub debut. On the day of the event, the entire South Davis population came together for the video. The lip dub experience was an incredible community building activity. Please click the link below or follow @southdavisk5 on Twitter to enjoy watching South Davis start a "Chain Reaction of Kindness" when they "Give Love" in their first ever lip dub music video! https://youtu.be/7ezzDOEEoE4

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  • Storm of Generosity

    Orchard Park Middle School students held a “Storm of Generosity” from September 25th – 29th to benefit schools effected by hurricanes; Harvey, Irma and Maria. Throughout the week homerooms competed to raise the most money to benefit schools effected by the hurricanes. Students rallied around this cause and raised $3,000 in just one week! Executive Council students; Nolan Watson, Mia Popp, Jeremiah Burnett, Bowen Slotman, Ava Wawrzyniec and Ryan Heraty originally came up with the idea to have a fundraiser to benefit schools impacted by hurricane Harvey at their retreat over the summer. From that point the idea evolved as Irma and Maria impacted Florida and Puerto Rico. The Executive Council students planned and coordinated this effort with the help of advisors; Mrs. Kate Cullen, Mrs. Wendy Daniszewski and Mr. Dan Miller. The students created and posted flyers throughout the building, passed out envelopes to each homeroom, collected the envelopes from the homerooms and counted the funds that were raised. The students stayed after school on multiple occasions to make this fundraiser possible. The students hope to make a positive impact on those who have been negatively affected by the hurricanes.

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  • Tactical Training (4/20) to Take Place at the Orchard Park Middle School

    The Orchard Park Police Department Emergency Response Team, in cooperation with the Orchard Park Fire District and Orchard Park EMS Inc., will be holding a simulated Active Shooter Tactical EMS training event this Friday, 4/20 from 7 p.m. – 11 p.m. at the Orchard Park Middle School. Dozens of role players from across the community will assist SWAT officers and EMS providers as training is provided in the Rescue Task Force Model. A classroom presentation will review the concept of a Rescue Task Force. Afterwards, real life training evolutions will begin, allowing police and EMS to team up, focusing on the timely treatment and triage required to preserve the lives of the critically injured during an active shooter event. This “care under fire” philosophy is becoming more common throughout the US as emergency responders realize that delaying patient treatment and transport while police make the scene safe for paramedics to enter a dangerous environment is resulting in unnecessarily high numbers of casualties. This realistic training event furthers the on-going relationship between the police, fire and EMS responders in the town and village of Orchard Park.

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  • Student Physical Exams Now Required in Grades K, 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 and 11

    A recent update in New York Education Law, effective July 1, 2018, requires that a complete physical exam be conducted for all students entering grades K, 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, and 11. We ask that you schedule an appointment with your child's physician if they will be in one of those grades in September 2018. Please forward the completed form to your school nurse as soon as the exam has been completed.

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  • Is Your iCal Calendar Up To Date?

    If you subscribed to the Orchard Park Central School District iCal calendar before the website was updated it is important that you follow the steps listed below to update the version on your phone or you may not see the most up-to-date calendar. Please click the title to view the full version of this news item for the appropriate instructions.

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  • May 15 Annual School Budget Vote

    The Annual Budget Vote will take place on May 15 2018 from 7 a.m. - 9 p.m. at the High School.   Please use the Freeman Road entrance for access to the voting area (held in the gym).  For more information about the vote please click on the following link:  http://www.opschools.org/departments.cfm?subpage=12908

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