$9.4 million capital project on Feb. 4 captures important smaller construction needs

February 4 proposal to include no tax increase Now that the bigger initiatives – such as an Elementary School auditorium and updated science classrooms and a new agriculture and technical classroom at the Jr./Sr. High School – are nearing completion, smaller but important items still remain to be done in Phase 2 to bring the …

OESJ public information sessions about the Feb. 4 capital project vote are set for Wednesday, Jan. 29

OESJ will hold two public information meetings regarding the February 4, 2020 capital project vote on Wednesday, Jan. 29 at: 5:30 PM – Jr/Sr High School Auditorium – 44 Center Street, St. Johnsville, NY 13452 6:00 PM – Elementary School Cafeteria – 6486 State Highway 29 St. Johnsville, NY 13452 Details of the bond issue …

The dates you need to know for the Feb. 4 vote

The community will consider a $9.4 million capital project on Tuesday, Feb. 4. Because of the 98% state reimbursement and OESJ’s capital reserve, there will be no cost to the community for this proposal. There are several dates that you should keep in mind: Wednesday, Jan. 22 – Personal registration from 2 PM to 6 …

Please See information from HS Nurse on Influeza Like Illness

Dear Parent/Guardian,                                                          Date: 1/16/2020   We are seeing an increased number of students with  Influenza-Like Illness (ILi) at school. A fact sheet is attached which explains how the illness is spread, what symptoms it causes. Please watch your child for the symptoms listed on the attached fact sheet. If your child has the symptoms below, …

Superintendent presents information about the Feb. 4 capital project

Interim Superintendent Joseph Natale presented an overview of the Feb. 4 capital project to the Board of Education last night, Jan. 8. The project, to be paid by 98% state reimbursement and from the capital reserve, will have no impact on the tax rates. Here is the downloadable presentation. If approved, the project would follow …

District Offices have moved back to the Jr. Sr. High School

The OESJ District Offices, which includes the superintendent’s, business and technology offices, has moved back to the Jr. Sr. High School at 44 Center Street, St. Johnsville. The offices had been relocated to the DH Robbins building on Monroe Street for the past 1.5 years during construction at the Jr. Sr. High School. The District …

EmmaJo Schmidtmann wins OESJ Spelling Bee

On Tuesday December 3, 2019 OESJ held its annual Spelling Bee at the JR/SR High School Auditorium.  Thirty students from grade 4 to grade 8 qualified to compete in this local Spelling Bee by winning their classroom bees.  The Bee went 13 rounds before EmmaJo Schmidtmann was crowned as the champion. EmmaJo will represent OESJ …

OESJ community to consider a $9.4 million capital project on Feb. 4

Capital project would carry no cost to taxpayers The OESJ community will be asked to consider a $9.4 million capital project on Feb. 4 that – at no cost to taxpayers – would replace fire alarms, doors, windows, window blinds, lifts at the bus garage and two high school boilers; install new energy-efficient lighting; and paint …

Flu Facts for the upcoming season

Flu season is right around the corner! At left are a few reminders about how to control the spread of the flu virus. Here are some helpful links about the flu: NY State Department of Health website: https://www.health.ny.gov/diseases/communicable/influenza/seasonal/ Flu information in other languages: https://www.health.ny.gov/diseases/communicable/influenza/seasonal/childhood_adolescent/ Centers for Disease Control website: https://www.cdc.gov/flu/about/keyfacts.htm Download the graphic above as …

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