Abduction attempt in Gloversville; OESJ parents talk to your children

OESJ wants to make the community aware of two incidents reported to local police agencies: On Monday, there was a reported attempted child abduction at the intersection of North Clark Drive and Summer Street in the city of Gloversville. The incident involved three students who were approached by a white male, wearing glasses, with a …

ABC Afternoon Program begins at the Elementary school

ABC Afternoon is a Character Education program for our K-2 students. ABC stands for Attitude, Behavior, and Character.   We will be focusing on improving the character of our students at OESJ Elementary.  Students will be able to voice positive shares, work in small groups through hands on activities, and present as a whole class. This …

Ball in the House Performs at OESJ Elementary

What a way to start the school year! O.E.S.J. students and faculty were amazed and entertained by the talents of Ball in the House on Friday, September 7, 2018. Ball in the House is an R&B/Soul/Pop a cappella group based out of Boston, Massachusetts. They commonly perform over 200 shows a year throughout the U.S., …

Life Skills to the (Cat) Rescue

The Life Skills class designed, built, and donated cat scratchers to our high school math teacher Ms. Moore and her cat rescue.  Students collaborated using repurposed and donated materials to create these cat-tastic toys which will hopefully provide hours of fun for the cats while Ms. Moore is busy finding them their forever homes.  

Students return to classes, eager for a terrific year

Students returned to classes today at the elementary school and jr./sr. high school, well rested from the summer break. At each building, students met a new addition to the staff – school resource officers. At the elementary school, St. Johnsville officer Thomas Oare patrolled the halls and met with students; at the jr./sr. high school, …

Be sure your child gets a physical before school starts if necessary

Beginning July 1, 2018, all new students enrolling in the district for the first time—along with children entering prekindergarten, kindergarten, and grades 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, and 11 in the fall—are required to have a health exam. In addition, children entering grades 7-9 are required to have one dose of the meningococcal vaccine, and …

School supply lists are available

Here are the 2018-19 school supply lists: Junior High School – grades 7 and 8 https://docs.google.com/document/d/15wTl8StM5HH_kQouA5umn13SraPnatc3142tkepoBYI/edit Elementary School https://docs.google.com/a/oesj.org/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=b2Vzai5vcmd8b2VzamNzZHxneDoyMzQ5MWQyZTE2YmU5ZTgx

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