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Students, teachers say goodbye to Oneida

City shuttered middle school as cost-cutting measure

Max Fay, 13, of Schenectady, plays piano alone in a dark music room at Onieda Middle School in Schenectady one last time on Tuesday.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Max Fay, 13, of Schenectady, plays piano alone in a dark music room at Onieda Middle School in Schenectady one last time on Tuesday.
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Even the smells of the classrooms and hallways of Oneida Middle School remain the same after all those decades. “The old woodshop still smells like a woodshop,” said Mark Guidetti, who walked through the building Tuesday. Guidetti, who attended Oneida from 1980 to 1983, was among alumni and staff past and present, as well as community members, who stopped by the school Tuesday one last time for an open house before the doors shut for ...

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