Welcome to the Altmar-Parish-Williamstown (APW) Central School District serving our community since 1960. The APW School District serves approximately 1,300 students that reside within a 180 square mile area. We just completed a $34.8 million capital project that consolidated and reconfigured our entire District. Our new state-of-the-art two building learning campus will help launch our students into the 21st Century, and will serve the needs of our community's young people for decades to come. Altmar Elementary School, Parish Elementary School, and Williamstown Elementary School have been closed and will be repurposed. Not since our centralization in 1956 has the landscape of our District been transformed to this magnitude. Located on the Southern side of the Tug Hill Plateau in Oswego County, the APW School District is nestled in the center of some of the most beautiful country Central New York has to offer. Our area is known for its access to hunting, fishing, hiking, camping and snowmobiling. Racing enthusiasts are only minutes from a variety of tracks. Skiers and snowboarders are within half an hour of challenging slopes, and those who enjoy water sports have a number of lakes and rivers to choose from. In fact, the Salmon River is famous for both trophy fishing and world class white water kayaking. Although ideal for those who love country living, APW is centrally situated only 30 minutes from the cities of Syracuse, Oswego, Rome, and Watertown; perfect for commuters and shoppers. We are a great place for families to live and learn.
The District has embarked upon a journey to redesign our current website. To help us achieve our Board's goal of a... <more info>
At the August 28, 2014 meeting of the Board of Education, Superintendent Anita Murphy reported on "Understanding... <more info>
APW Superintendent, Anita Murphy, invites the community to join her on September 4, 2014 for one of several... <more info>