UPDATED MASK POLICY AS OF MAY 4, 2021
Beginning Tuesday, May 4, 2021, masks and face coverings will only be required for individuals who ride a school bus. Masks or face coverings will be optional at all other times and places during the school day.
As we approach the end of the school year, please check the status of your student’s lunch account to ensure it is paid in full before the end of school.
Parents should make arrangements for medication in the school nurse’s office to be picked-up by Wednesday, May 26. Medication that is not picked-up by someone 18 years or older will be promptly discarded according to state protocol.
2021-2022 REVISED SCHOOL CALENDAR
On April 26, 2021, Oneonta City Schools approved a revised 2021-2022 school year calendar with the first day of school for students as Tuesday, August 10, 2021. Please review the revised calendar for changes - the calendar is located under 'District Calendar' - then scroll down to view a pdf version of the document.
2021-2022 OUT-OF-DISTRICT FEE
The out-of-district student fee for the 2021-2022 school year will remain at the current rate of $500 per student with a maximum of $1,875 per family. This fee is due any time before July 14, 2021. As always, we welcome payments before the end of the school year, which allows families to focus on summer activities.
Payment by cash or check is accepted in the Board Office, located at 28370 State Highway 75, across the street from All-American Ford. Checks can also be mailed to:
Oneonta City Schools
28370 State Highway 75
Oneonta, AL 35121
Welcome to the Oneonta City Schools website. We hope you will find this site useful in your search for information about our school district and throughout the year as you are involved in your child's educational experiences.
Our system is “committed to excellence” in all areas of education. We strive to provide opportunities to grow academically, athletically, and through the arts. Our total child approach will allow our students to become College and/or Career Ready.
We recognize that collaboration with parents and educators is vital to our students' success. The Oneonta City community continuously demonstrates a commitment to education and high expectations that drive our quest for excellence in education. Therefore, it is our desire to provide a website that addresses these needs. If you need personal assistance in locating information, please do not hesitate to contact our office. Thank you again for visiting our website.
Mr. Daniel R. Smith, Superintendent