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.
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.
OPCSD welcomed back faculty and staff today. Staff members were greeted by Orchard Park Varsity and JV Cheerleaders, Orchard Park High School senior, Alyssa Agro performed the national anthem and QMB ended the Opening Day ceremony with an amazing performance. What a great way to start the 2017-18 school year!
In July the Orchard Park Volleyball team was named a recipient of the 2016-17 AVCA (American Volleyball Coaches Association) Team Academic Award. This award honors teams who have matched their dedication to the sport of volleyball with excellence in the classroom.
Eggertand South Davis Elementary Schools celebrated completing over 10,000 acts ofkindness at an assembly on Monday June 12th. More than enough acts ofkindness represented on a paper chain to span the 1.9 miles between the twoOrchard Park Central School District Elementary Schools. Thisyear, Eggert Elementary and South Davis Elementary participated in a character
Congratulations to the Orchard Park High School Class of 2017! We wish you nothing but the best as you move on to the next phase of your lives! Every year, Orchard Park Central School District graduates are accepted at and move on to some of the nation’s leading universities. Listed below is a link to the complete list of acceptances for the Class of 2017. We are happy to announce that the Class of 2017 earned over 5 million dollars in scholarships.
7:00 PM STAP Comm Meeting
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM HS AOF Alumni Night - High School Commons
7:00 PM HS Holiday Concert
The Orchard Park Central School District is continuing the successful 1:1 Chromebook program for all students in grades 4 through 12. The Chromebook model used for this initiative is the Lenovo Yoga 11e. This is a ruggedized Chromebook model that was specifically designed for education and meets military-specification guidelines for ruggedness, durability, and quality. In addition, the District purchases protective MAXCase clamshell covers for the Chromebooks that have polycarbonate shock absorbing edges. Lenovo warrants the Chromebook from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year. The warranty is valid for 12 months from the time that Orchard Park Central Schools takes delivery of the Chromebooks. The limited warranty covers normal use, mechanical breakdown, or faulty construction and will provide replacement parts necessary to repair or if necessary, replace the Chromebook. Lenovo DOES NOT warrant against damage caused by misuse, abuse or accidents. Chromebook damage including cracked screens and damages due to accidents or abuse can incur repair costs up to the cost of the device. Lost or stolen Chromebooks increase that cost to approximately $290.00 for replacement. As part of the 1:1 initiative, the District has partnered with Worth Ave. Group to provide an optional, affordable insurance option that will cover the Chromebook your child will be using. Click the above link for additional information.
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.
Fall Community Education registration is currently open. Visit the Community Education page for additional information. The registration form for Lacrosse Fall Ball is available in the Virtual Backpack for each school. Chess Club and Culture Kids Spanish forms can be found in the Virtual Backpack as well.