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98,99, 100!!! Leighton Celebrated the 100th Day 98,99, 100!!! Leighton Celebrated the 100th Day: Kindergarten classes at Leighton celebrated the 100th day of school with projects, parades, and prizes. Students in Mrs. Wood and Ms. Mills’ kindergarten classes participated in a variety of 100th day-themed activities throughout the day. 100 macaroni noodles, 100 buttons, 100 pennies, 100… you name it and the students were using it to create their 100th day-themed projects. Ms. Shore, principal at Leighton, presented certificates to students who could count to 100 as well as to those who were in school all 100 days! After parading their project creations around the school, students were treated to a yummy 100th day-themed snack! Great job kindergarten, keep on counting.
Leighton Elementary Hosts Dr. Seuss Night Leighton Elementary Hosts Dr. Seuss Night: The tallest of parents to the smallest of runts ate pizza, made crafts, and did scavenger hunts. They all came to honor the author named Seuss, who wrote books like Thidwick, the Big-Hearted Moose. You might know other books like If I Ran the Zoo, or Cat In the Hat, or Horton Hears A Who. Ms. Reynolds, the librarian at FLS, ran a trivia game for all the guests. Asking questions about Dr. Seuss books like these, the students had to know things like “what is a thneed?” One smile, two smiles, three smiles, and four, as guests ate the cakes from Cakes Galore & More! The pizza from Mark’s left the guests feeling pleased, as did posing for photos with Michael Falise. Falise brought with him some costumes and such for the photo booth photos to add ...
OMS Spelling Bee Winners OMS Spelling Bee Winners: The Oswego Middle School recently held their school - wide Spelling Bee to determine the students that would represent the Middle School at the Regional Spelling Bee to be held on March 18th at the Oswego High School.
Universal Pre-K Registration Universal Pre-K Registration: Applications for the PreK Program are now available. This program is designed for children who were born between December 2, 2012 and December 1, 2013 and is offered at no cost. Children are selected by lottery. The UPK teachers and staff strive to create a warm and nurturing environment for all our 4-year olds. The goals of the program are to meet the individual needs of children in the areas of social, academic, language, emotional and physical development. This prepares them to successfully enter kindergarten the following year. We anticipate having one full-day session at Frederick Leighton School and half-day sessions at Charles E. Riley, Fitzhugh Park, Frederick Leighton, Kingsford Park and Minetto Schools. The program runs in conjunction with the regular school district calendar. ...
New District Website New District Website: It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to our new Oswego City School District webpage. The website design is intended to be aesthetically pleasing, user friendly and allow for greater accessibility to all who visit. The major components and links of the past website have been incorporated by design, while aligning pages with their appropriate departments. Unfortunately, several services and pages have been retired as they have reached their end of use regarding accessibility. I hope you enjoy your digital visit to our school district website. Sincerely, Dr. Dean F. Goewey Superintendent of Schools Oswego City School District
District Website Accessibility District Website Accessibility: The Oswego City School District has always had a history of being an inclusive setting. Our district staff is working to make our website more accessible to all community members. We are currently working to implement the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0) level AA on the district website. These standards will make our website more accessible for our community members. If you utilize assistive technology to access a computer, or have had prior accessibility issues with our website you'd like to convey, we invite you to contact us to assist during our redesign and improve the accessibility of our website. We are looking for members of the public with disabilities, including parents, students, employees, and other persons knowledgeable about website accessibility, regarding ...
How do you thank a veteran? What is a veteran? Why do we say the Pledge of Allegiance? How do you thank a veteran? What is a veteran? Why do we say the Pledge of Allegiance?: These are just a few of the many questions that were addressed at Leighton Elementary’s Veterans Day Ceremony. PreK-6 grade students were joined in the gymnasium by over thirty active service members and retired veterans, many of them family members of Leighton students. Each branch of the military was represented by the visiting veterans, some of whom shared personal accounts of what it means to be in the military and why they joined. Music was a big part of the ceremony. All students, led by their music teacher Mrs. McKenney-Myers, sang songs to the veterans, which they learned is one way to give thanks. 6th grade flute soloist, Anna Cloonan, gave thanks to the veterans with a display of her own bravery by delivering a flawless performance of God Bless America. Back in the classrooms, ...
Leighton Elementary Wins Grant for STEM Programming Leighton Elementary Wins Grant for STEM Programming: Leighton Elementary School has been chosen by the Terra Science and Education Organization as a recipient for a STEM-focused grant. This grant money will allow STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) programing to be integrated into the curriculum at each grade level. Students will utilize the scientific method for problem solving and engage in hands-on activities that will enhance their skill set for using technology. Some program highlights that will be offered include: a closed aquatic ecosystem, a planetarium projector, a balloon-car racing activity, a simple machines kit, a standing wave demonstrator, ice melting blocks, and an animal classification study kit. All STEM-focused activities will align to the Science and Technology learning standards. This is an exciting opportunity ...



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Dr. Dean F. Goewey, Superintendent

120 East First Street
Oswego, New York 13126
Phone: 315-341-2000
www.oswego.org


our vision: fully prepared and life ready


Website Accessibility Statement - The Oswego City School District is committed to providing a website that is accessible to all members of our community. Good faith efforts are being made to ensure that our website complies with web accessibility standards. We are actively working to conform to level AA of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0. If you have difficulty accessing information on our website, please contact our webmaster and provide the full URL (web address) of the material you tried to access, the problem you experienced, and your contact information. We will contact you and make every effort to assist you in accessing the information.
Please note that some pages contain links to third-party sites. Oswego City School District is not responsible for the content, facts, opinions or accessibility of third-party sites. To file a Section 504/ADA complaint with the district please contact the district
504 Coordinator, any complaint may also be referred to the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights (OCR), 32 Old Slip, 26th Floor, New York, NY 10005, telephone (646) 428-3800 (voice) or (800) 877-8339 (TTY).
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