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  • Lead Testing

    The St. Lawrence County Department of Public Health kindly asks for your help in spreading lead poisoning awareness by completing our survey. Our county has recently received a grant that will provide funding over the next several years for lead poisoning education and, eventually, lead removal from the homes of income qualified families. To best serve our county and to provide the best lead education, we would greatly appreciate if you complete our brief survey on your knowledge and awareness of lead. Please click title to take survey.

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  • Video From the 2019 Graduation Ogdensburg Free Academy

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  • Video from the Penny Sharrow Dedication - June 15, 2019

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  • Adult/Continuing Education

    Ogdensburg City School District has announced the class offerings for the Fall semester of the Adult/Continuing Education Program. Adult/Continuing Education Classes are not designed/suited for high school students or young children. Please be advised…when school is not in session, Adult/Continuing Education classes will not be held. For inquiries or to register, any adult who would like to participate in any of the classes listed below may contact the OFA High School office at (315) 393-0900, ext. 31997. Please remember to register for the class prior to the start date(s) listed.

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  • A Little something extra Donation

    Throughout the month of May 2019, the Student Council at Dr. Grant C. Madill Elementary School organized a collection for the "A Little Something Extra" pantry at OFA. They collected 7 boxes of soap, shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, toothbrushes, deodorant, and other personal hygiene items that will go toward helping students in our district that may need a little something extra :) 5th & 6th Grade Student Council Members pictured: Bottom row (seated): Abby Williams & Julia Johnson. Middle row: Jenna Pratt, Gaby Paradis, Meriam Skamperle, Graci Chase, Jaryn LaRock, Chloe Beyette. Standing in back: Ava Balster & Mrs. Hillary Skelly

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  • Teens Say They Won’t Be “Fuuled” by the Company’s Latest Bait and Switch Tactics

    Ogdensburg, NY – May 22, 2019 – 120 teen leaders from New York State took on Altria Group executives and shareholders on May 16th for the fourth consecutive year. Their actions, centered outside the Richmond Convention Center, Richmond, Virginia, and areas nearby, will focus on why the tobacco giant baited consumers and public health officials with the promise of withdrawing pod-based nicotine products from the market in order to combat teen vaping use, and then switched their priorities by investing $12.8 billion in e-cigarette company Juul Labs. The teens represent Reality Check of New York.

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