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Mission Statement

Enter to Learn…Leave to Serve

Vision Statement

The Oley Valley School District commits to providing a learning environment that integrates its heritage and community while developing lifelong learners who are prepared for an ever-changing world.  The district commits to the characteristics of 21st Century High Performing Educational Systems which include a clear and shared focus; high standards and expectations; effective district leadership at all levels; high levels of collaboration and communication; 21st Century Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Aligned with 21st Century Standards; frequent monitoring and evaluation of teaching and learning; focused professional development; safe, supportive, and nurturing learning environment; and high levels of community and parent involvement.  The Oley Valley School District also commits to embracing diversity and individuality within the context of mutual respect and understanding to empower our students to become responsible, contributing citizens in a global society.

SMILES Program 2016-2017

The Oley Valley School District invites senior citizens to participate in the SMILES (Senior Motivators In Learning and Education Services) Program.  The primary purpose of the program is to enable senior citizens to contribute their time and effort to worthy projects in the district, depending upon interest and skill.  Senior citizens may choose to support …

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Elementary School Chicken Pox Information

October 21, 2016   Below is information relating to a confirmed case of the chicken pox (varicella) at the Oley Valley Elementary School.     Chicken Pox (Varicella) Fact Sheet OVES Chicken Pox Letter

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Statement Regarding Threats to Berks County Schools

As you may be aware, recently there have been threats directed at several high schools in Berks County.  Oley Valley schools have not been named in these threats.  We are working closely with the Oley Twp. Police Department. Additionally, please know that county-wide the school superintendents are in communication and the District Attorney’s office is …

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