Front and Back view of Alumni Brick Garden with Memorial Benches located in front of Oneida High School, Seneca St., Oneida, N.Y.
In recognition that the children of our community are our most precious asset, the Oneida City School District Foundation is established as a not-for-profit organization formed to provide additional funding for student scholarships and teacher grants. The Foundation holds fundraising events, applies for grants, and solicits donations to enhance school programs beyond basic budget funding and provides additional monies for graduating seniors.
Your Board of Trustees has created an Alumni Brick Garden on the site of Oneida High School. This important aspect of our fundraising effort will allow community members to have a visible memento or memorial included as this project continues to grow and evolve each year. With an engraved brick, you can pay tribute to a family member or friend, honor your graduating class or simply include your name among those who have supported their community. A brick would make a great gift as well.
In addition, several Memorial Benches have also been installed. For information, please contact us.
To be included in our Alumni Brick Garden, Click here to access form. Print and fill out the form and return with your check in the correct amount to Oneida City School District Foundation, PO Box 327, Oneida, NY 13421.
The 4 x 8 brick has a two-line limit of 14 characters - including spaces. The 8 x 8 brick has a four-line limit. Bricks may be given in memory or in honor of a family, family member, friend or class. Contributions can be made in the name of a favorite teacher, coach or administrator.
If you feel you need assistance with your layout or may have too many characters, include a note and we will contact you. Or simply contact us through this website for assistance. There are also benches, trees and other construction entities that are available for sponsorship.
"The Memorial Brick Garden was dedicated on September 27, 2002 by the Reunion Class of 1952 and the Class of 2002."