Ana Iracheta, Spanish & Social Media Editor
There's anywhere else. Somebody who knows this all too well is Oswego High School alumnus Mr. John Szychlinski, the new assistant principal at Southbury Elementary school in District 308.
*Fifty42 is 42Fifty’s April Fool’s edition, and consists entirely of satire. This content is published purely for the purposes of humor and entertainment – it is entirely fictional and is not meant to be viewed as “real news” or taken seriously in any way. Any references to real people are based almost entirely in fiction. On the morning of Monday,...
Whether you're looking to stand out in a college application or simply looking to get more involved, joining a variety of Honor societies could be a great option for you! A wide range of options are available, especially here at Oswego High School, and right now is the perfect time to start on those pesky applications.
It’s no big secret that the road traffic conditions surrounding Oswego High School are a giant mess, but in this case, worsening winter weather is affecting one of the most necessary places students rely on to get the school day started: the drop-off line.
To prevent the unwanted widespread of the virus, the District recently implemented SHIELD testing. The goal of these saliva-based covid-tests is to identify any asymptomatic students that may be infected with the virus as well as provide easy access to quick-result Covid testing for students and family members.