Come Join Us!

Otter Valley Walking Stick Theatre Presents An Evening of One Act Plays

 

4 a.m.

On the Street

Next Door

Law & Order:  Fairytale Unit

She Kill Monsters

 

February 27 & 28 at 7:00 p.m.

March 1 at 2:00 p.m.

Admission Price:

Adults $7.00

Students/Seniors $6.00


INFORMATION for Participants in the State Drama Festival at Castleton State College!
State Drama Festival
Castleton State College
March 27 & 28

Congratulations Varsity Boys Basketball on advancing to the Barre Auditorium for the Division 2 Semi-Finals Monday March 2, 2015 at 8:15 PM.

Ticket can be pre-bought at Otter Valley during the below times - Sunday March 1st 12-2 PM or 5:30-7 PM - in the activities director's office.  Tickets will be available during the school day Monday March 2nd up until 2:30 PM.  

We are allotted a specific number of tickets per the below:

14 Balcony Seats - $8 each
350 General Admission Seats - $7 per Adult, $4 students & seniors

If possible please bring cash to purchase tickets.

Questions please email Steven Keith at skeith@rnesu.org.  


Otter Valley students once again participated in the annual Lions Club Speak Out Contest, hosted by the Brandon and Pittsford Lions Clubs on February 3, 2015. This year's theme was "Strengthen the Pride." Students winning the competition are Issac Roberts, 2nd place, Katy McCarthy, 4th place, Emma Cijka, 3rd place, and Jonna Keith, 1st place. Jonna received a check for $200.00 and will go on to represent Otter Valley at the state competition next month. Their coach is Michael Dwyer.


Measles INFORMATION

Don't Miss Out!
It's Otter Follies Time!!

Click Below for Registration Form!

Check out the Link Below for info on the 2015 Conservation Camp!


Project Graduation Dance Flyer!


Our Seniors Have Applied to the Following Colleges/Universities:

College Application List





 





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