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O'Neill High School

O'Neill High School

 
 
O'Neill High School
47-49 Stockton Ave
Walton, NY 13856
(607) 865-4116 
 
Principal: Arthur Loomis
Dean of Students: Ryan Ashlaw
Athletic Director: Justin Preston
Nurse's office:  Victoria McClenon-Wood (RN), Pam D'Addezio (LPN) 
School Counselors: Justin Preston and Karen Gilbertson
Secretary: Denise Webler 
 
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

Hold-in-place drill held at high school

The Walton Central School District worked in partnership with the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office for a hold-in-place drill Friday morning at the high school. The Sheriff’s K-9 unit assisted with the drill. 
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High school: Four-day return on March 8

Please see the attached letter from High School Principal Art Loomis about all high school students returning for four days of in-person instruction. This is slated to begin Monday, March 8.
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WCSD to celebrate Kindness Week

For the week of February 22-26, Walton CSD will be celebrating Kindness Week. 

The elementary, middle and high schools will be holding a spirit week as part of this. Please see the attached flyers for more information. 
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New screening process for WCS to start Tuesday, January 19

The Walton Central School District will utilize a new system for students to be pre-screened before coming to school, starting Tuesday, January 19.
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Walton CSD FFA members earn proficiency awards; student places at nationals

Several current and former Walton CSD FFA members earned state proficiency awards. The awards are based on supervised agriculture experiences (SAE).

The experiences are either entrepreneur projects, or placements, and students do these outside of school. To apply for the awards, students needed to fill out a detailed and lengthy application, which demonstrated what they did, what they learned, as well as an income vs. expense sheet, and goals they had and if they met them.
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