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The final one, on March 13, 1974, began in the school's cafeteria and resulted in several days of school closure, 15 student suspensions, and 19 injuries (including one to a school administrator); a student at the time recalls being locked in a biology classroom for hours, and a curfew for Ossining was implemented for days as a result.This disturbance took place just days after the district's announcement of a plan to redraw elementary school boundaries; at the time, one elementary school was over 60 percent Black, while two others were under 10 percent Black.In 2012, OHS was named a School of Distinction finalist by Intel in the High School Science category; of those schools, it also received the top "Star Innovator" award from the company.The award, only one of which was granted annually, came with a prize of 0,000.The award recognizes K-12 schools that "provide a rich, rigorous science or mathematics curriculum by incorporating hands-on investigative experiences that prepare students for future jobs." OHS was recognized on the basis of the success of its long-running Science Research program, as well as the surprising success of the school's robotics program, founded that year.As of the 2018-2019 school year, Ossining High School offers 41 college-level classes, mainly in partnership with the University at Albany, SUNY (SUNY) and Westchester Community College (WCC), although a few are also offered in partnership with Iona College (New York), SUNY at Oneonta, and Syracuse University.We prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex, race, religion, color, national origin, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, veteran status, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, age or any other status protected by Federal, State or local laws.We are dedicated to having a diverse workforce and make every effort to employ individuals of all ethnic and racial groups who represent a broad spectrum of religions and national origins.
A notable SUNY class offered is "SUNY Racism, Classism, and Sexism," started in 2005 with the intention of drawing more nonwhite students to advanced courses; it has achieved success in doing so, although more rigorous AP classes are still disproportionately White. For the 2014-2015 school year, 38% of 12th-graders took at least one AP exam at any point during high school, and 57% of AP exams taken were passed (received a score of 3 or higher)., and the school has received acclaim from the National Education Policy Center (NEPC) for its academic programs to help this population.
The jury awarded Simmons 0,000 but said the district and De Jesus were each responsible for half the amount, even though De Jesus was not named as a defendant in the lawsuit.” School officials said they did not know about the affair, but Simmons attorney Keith Harriton countered it had been an “open secret” and that an anonymous letter had been sent to the school warning them of it. Y.) coverage by Timothy O’Connor: “Jury awards ex-student 0G”, Feb.
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Classes run on an A/B day schedule, so that days alternate, and some electives or labs may occur every other day.