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    Eggert Elementary Hosts Third Annual International Night

    Eggert Elementary hosted its third annual International Night on Thursday, April 18. The event offered opportunities for Eggert students and their families to learn about and celebrate different cultures, experience different foods, and participate in cultural crafts and activities.  The event was attended by more than 400 students and families.     Upon their arrival at International Night, families were able to view a school-wide art show featuring international-themed artwork created by Eggert students, participate in an international scavenger hunt and complete traditional crafts. Some of the crafts included creating Kente cloths from Ghana, Origami from Japan, Rangoli sand art from India, and more.  In addition to crafts there were international foods to sample.  The menu included chicken empanadas from Sabores de Mi Tierra, sushi, dumplings, and noodles from DAO Sushi & Grill, traditional Indian food from Taj of Orchard Park, and sausage with sauerkraut from Butcher Dave’s.  Families were able to visit countries around the world using virtual reality in the library, learn about Taekwondo from Master Chong’s Taekwondo, check out the Slyboots Circus interactive drum ensemble in the gymnasium, and take pictures at a family photo booth.  International Night offered so many fun and engaging activities!     Click here to learn more.

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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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    Eighth Grade Students Visit Niagara Climbing Center

    Eighth grade students at OPMS attended the Annual Physical Education Field Trip to Niagara Climbing Center.  Students get to utilize their climbing, belaying and teamwork skills that are a focus during our Project Adventure Unit at the Middle School. 

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    Summer Community Education Registration Available

    The Summer Community Education Brochure is available now. Please click here to view or learn more!

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    Kindergarten Registration

    Please click here to learn more about registering your student for kindergarten for the 24-25 school year.

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  •  OPMS student drives an RC car through the track students built.

    Students Use Math To Create RC Racetrack City

    OPMS students in Mr. Bischof's class built a 1:64 scale city and racetrack for their RC race cars in math class. Students chose landmarks to create and build as a part of the track. They used their knowledge of proportions, scale, geometry, and measurement to take real-world dimensions and scale them down to the size of their RC race cars. Once the models were complete, students were able to drive the RC cars through the racetrack. They had a view from the driver seat of the car with cameras that snap onto the cars and augmented reality goggles! 

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  •  Four students standing behind the Eggert's Best storefront

    Eggert Elementary Students Launch Eggert's Best

    Students in Mrs. Funigiello's class at Eggert Elementary launched Eggert's Best this fall. They offer pop-up stands serving, coffee, tea, hot cocoa, and chocolate-covered pretzels. So far this year, they have delivered beverages like coffee, tea, and cocoa to staff at Eggert Elementary in addition to utilizing their storefront where faculty and staff members come to them to place their orders. The students even took a field trip to the Orchard Park Central School District Offices and had a pop-up stand there! Eggert's Best provides its students an opportunity to work on their social skills: greeting customers, taking orders, and communicating a customer's order to their peers. They are working on cooking and occupational therapy skills like sequencing a recipe, measuring ingredients, safely handling food items, identifying ingredients, and assembling the final products! The hot cocoa with marshmallows, peppermint, and whipped cream comes highly recommended!

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  •  Three girls sitting on the South Davis Buddy Bench

    South Davis' Buddy Benches Have Arrived

    South Davis Elementary unveiled their new Buddy Benches alongside the new inclusive playground at South Davis Elementary in December. The purpose of each Buddy Bench is to provide a dedicated space for students who are feeling lonely or would like to make a new friend. When their classmates see them sitting on the bench, they know they can ask them to play. For more information click here.

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  •  Guests at the ribbon cutting for the launch of the Quaker Wall Street Stock Ticker

    Official Launch of Quaker Wall Street

    On Tuesday, October 24, the OPHS Business Department “rang the bell” to officially launch Quaker Wall Street, the new stock ticker displayed in the first floor hallway of the high school.

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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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