You have your drug-dealing ghetto that's like 70% Ecuadorian around Spring Street, the huge Jewish mansions in Waterview and Briarcliff, a lot of middle class people around 133, and a whole shitload of condos around St. Augustine's and 9A.
This makes the schools all awkward because you have the rich Abercrombie Jews in one part of the cafeteria, the fat redneck kids who hang out with the teachers talking about whichever New York football team is doing better, then you have the black kids who just do anything they want and don't care if they get suspended or go to summer school, and then you have the Ecuadorians. Ecuadorians make up like 30% of the school. All they do is talk with each other in Spanish, make out in the hallways, hang out at The Corner Deli, and playsoccer. Nobody really knows what goes on with the Ecuadorians.
In all, Ossining is an okay place to live. Just don't walk anywhere west of Route 9, cause you might get shot.
DuShawn: Yo, I live in the ghetto part of O-Town, on Spring Street. Every day when I walk home from the high school, I pass ten drug dealers.
Gladys: Yo vivo en el calle State, en Ossining, Nueva York. Yo estoy Ecuatoriano. Veo el carcel de Sing Sing de mi casa. Yo tengo muchas amigas Ecuatorianas en la escuela.