Orchard Park High School

Veritas Et Sapientia - Truth & Wisdom


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    Seniors Sign Letters of Intent

    Four Orchard Park High School seniors committed to play their sports at the college level next year. The students were able to celebrate during a ceremony and photo opportunity at the Orchard Park High School on Wednesday, February 1, 2023. Lily Buckley will be playing lacrosse at D’Youville University next year. She began playing lacrosse 8 years ago. She enjoys the speed of the game, the friendships she has made and participating in tournaments. Lily believes she has been successful in lacrosse because of her leadership, her athletic knowledge and her hard work. She chose to continue playing in college because she loves the sport and she feels it is a great way to stay in shape. She opted to attend D’Youville because of the location and the academic program they offer. Lily plans to study pharmacy. Michael Buffamonti will be playing lacrosse at Alfred University next year. Michael began playing 7 years ago in a community lacrosse program. He loves the fast pace and physicality of the sport along with the camaraderie with his teammates. Michael attributes his success to his dedication, hard work and his focus on constantly improving. He chose to continue playing during college because of his love for the game and he hopes it will continue to help him develop important life skills. Michael felt Alfred was the place for him because they offer an outstanding accounting department, a great atmosphere, and an amazing coach. Michael will be studying Accounting and Finance to obtain his CPA with plans to become a senior level executive or business owner. Elizabeth Scott will be playing lacrosse at Utica University next year. She began playing 8 years ago after her dad encouraged her to play. She loves the team aspect of the sport and the friendships she has made. She attributes her success in lacrosse to her teammates. She chose to continue playing in college because she loves lacrosse and didn’t want to stop after high school. She chose to attend Ut

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    Come Drive For Us

    The Orchard Park Central School District is hiring bus drivers.  There are great benefits including: competitive pay, annual wage increase, health insurance coverage, paid training, flexible schedule and NYS retirement.  If you are interested, please contact the Orchard Park Central School District Transportation Department at 716-209-6237.

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    Say Something Anonymous Reporting System

    The Orchard Park Central School District, along with Erie 2 BOCES, has joined with Sandy Hook Promise to deploy an anonymous reporting system as an additional layer to our school district safety plan. Sandy Hook Promise (SHP) is a national nonprofit organization with a mission to end school shootings and create a culture change that prevents violence and other harmful acts that hurt children. Through its life-saving, evidence-informed Know the Signs prevention programs, SHP educates and empowers youth and adults to recognize, intervene, and get help for individuals who may be socially isolated and/or at risk of hurting themselves or others. Click here to learn more.

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    K-5 STEM Program To Launch This Fall

    This fall the district will launch its K-5 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) program at all four district elementary schools. Over the course of the summer, the spaces that once housed the elementary computer labs have been renovated to create elementary STEM classrooms. The renovation includes flexible and collaborative seating options, open floor space for robotics lessons, Lego walls and dry erase surfaces and upgraded classroom technology. Students in grades K-5 will have STEM once every 6 days which is approximately thirty STEM classes per school year. Click here to learn more about the K-5 STEM program.

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    OPCSD Receives School Safety Funding

    On August 9th, Speaker Carl Heastie and Assemblyman Patrick Burke announced $1 million in school safety funding for Orchard Park and West Seneca schools at a press conference held at West Seneca West High School. Orchard Park will receive $500k from the NYS Assembly and these funds will be used to enhance the safety and security of our school buildings. This generous funding will help Orchard Park continue to build upon our strong foundation of safety measures that are currently in place.

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    Download the OP Schools App Today!

    Stay connected on your mobile device. Download the FREE district mobile app today! Get the latest district and school news. Click to learn more!

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    OPHS Becomes 'Gold Standard School' for Financial Literacy

    Orchard Park High School proudly joins the ranks of 17 schools across New York State as an NGPF Gold Standard School for financial literacy. Click here to learn more.

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    Sync Your Mobile Device to OPCSD Calendars

    Stay informed on the latest calendar updates by syncing your mobile device to Orchard Park Central School District's iCal calendar. You have the option of subscribing to just one or any number of school calendars within the district. Click for detailed instructions for both iOS and Android devices.

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