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O'Neill High School
 
 
O'Neill High School
47-49 Stockton Ave
Walton, NY 13856
(607) 865-4116 
 
Principal: MRob Knuschke 
Assistant Principal: Mark Lamoreaux 
Athletic Director: Andy Gates 
Guidance Counselors: Justin Preston and Karen Gilbertson
 
Welcome to Walton High School! We hope you find our website to be informative and helpful. We continue to make improvements to the site.

High school is a very important time in the lives of our students. We take pride in providing a safe learning environment that delivers a sound education for every student. In addition, we strive to offer enrichment opportunities to enhance the learning environment, which includes distance learning courses, virtual field trips, and a multitude of co-curricular clubs and teams.
O'Neill News
WCS student, teacher honored by Scholar Recognition program
Walton Central School’s Class of 2017 valedictorian Jared Webler, and teacher Ken Wagner, were recently honored at the Scholar Recognition program at SUNY Oneonta.

The event recognized students and teachers from schools in the DCMO BOCES and ONC BOCES districts.
 
Three named HOBY ambassadors for WCS
Three sophomores have been named Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY) ambassadors for Walton Central School.

Vinny Escobar, Madison Graupman, and Christian Vitek will attend the conference, which is held at SUNY Oneonta in June. The three are able to go, thanks to contributions from the student council, the guidance department, and the Walton Lion’s Club.
 
Surveys for parents, students available
Surveys for parents and students through Panorama are now available.

The surveys for parents are for the elementary, middle, and high schools. For students, it’s for the middle and high schools. If parents have students in more than one school, they are welcome to take the survey for each school they have children in.
 
Walton junior participates in bald eagle survey
Walton junior Justin Beers took part in an eagle survey held by the Department of Environmental Protection at Cannonsville Reservoir.

The survey was conducted because of regulations by the Department of Fish and Wildlife. Two of the nests were mandatory to survey and record the findings because they are on the dam and exposed to construction, Beers said in an essay about his experience.
 
Students compete in a “cupcake war”
International Food students recently took part in a “cupcake wars” competition. Students were randomly assigned a region of the United States they studied during the semester and baked a dozen cupcakes that reflected the region’s cuisine.

The five teams had two weeks to build their display structure, and to bake and frost their cupcakes. Once the final cupcakes were made, teachers and administrators were invited to judge the cupcakes.
 
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