Report cards will be available on Parent Portal
Tues., Nov. 24

Nov. 16, 2015 - In keeping with the district's Parent Portal initiative of providing parents with access to their child's student records, report cards will be available on our parent portal on Tues., Nov. 24 at noon time.

Setting up your Parent Portal account is easy. If you did not receive your credentials or you need further assistance, visit our Parent Portal Web site at:
For help, contact Yvonne Koulikov at

WVHS Open House for GWL students & parentsWVHS welcomes GWL
8th Graders & parents at
Open House

Nov. 18, 2015 - The Warwick Valley School District and Warwick Valley High School welcomed current Greenwood Lake 8th grade students and their parents at a WVHS Open House on the evening of Nov. 17. A welcome session and introduction were held in the Media Center, followed by building tours led by HS students. Students and parents enjoyed a "Meet the Teachers" session and Curriculum Fair, and spoke with club representatives at a Club Fair. They finished the evening with a student music performance in the auditorium. Click here for photo gallery

WVHS Drama Club - Charlotte's Web - 2015HS Drama Club presents "Charlotte's Web"

Nov. 17, 2015 - The WVHS Drama Club presented a revival of one of its best loved shows, Charlotte’s Web, on Nov. 13 & 14 in the Theater at Warwick Valley High School. This official adaptation of the E.B. White novel has all the enchanting characters children have come to love, and tells the story of a pig named Wilbur and his friendship with a barn spider named Charlotte. Charlotte's Web is considered a classic of children's literature, enjoyable to adults as well as children. Click here to view photo gallery.

photo of military veterans with their childrenPark Avenue salutes veterans

Nov. 10, 2015 - The Warwick Valley Central School District honors all of our local veterans. Click here to view a photo gallery from the Nov. 10, 2015, Park Avenue Elementary School Veterans Day Celebration.

Board member resignation

Nov. 12, 2015 - The resignation of board member Shannon Hockswender was unanimously approved at Board of Education meeting Mon., Nov. 9.
Ms. Hockswender has been a member of the Warwick school board since the 2013-14 school year, and her current term was set to expire in June, 2017. She has moved with her family out of the district. The Board of Education will review the procedures to fill the vacancy, with the option to call a special election within 90 days or to appoint a qualified person to serve until the annual election is held in May.

WVHS announces four Commended Students, one Semifinalist in 2016 National Merit Scholarship Contest

Nov. 5, 2015 -Warwick Valley High School is pleased to announce four seniors have been named Commended Students, and one senior is a Semifinalist in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Contest. More

District to join statewide weather station network

Oct. 2, 2015 - The Warwick Valley CSD Board of Education recently approved participation in the NYS “Mesonet Early Warning Weather Detection System,” an advanced statewide weather station network. This network will be the first of its kind in NYS, and will consist of up to 125 surface weather stations that will detect weather phenomena across the state. The weather station will be located on the Sanfordville Elementary School campus and will be funded entirely, with no cost to taxpayers. More

Artist's rendering of solar panels to be installed at Sanfordville Elementary School in Warwick, NYWarwick school board approves solar project

Solar power will reduce energy costs by $200,000 - $300,000
per year for school district

July, 2015 - After nearly a year of research, discussions and meetings, the Warwick Valley Central School District Board of Education has approved plans to build a solar field on approximately 10 acres of excess property on the campus of Sanfordville Elementary School. (See artist's rendering above.) More information

How the district's solar project will save money

Sept., 2015 - In the past, solar was very expensive, but the newer technology has made it much more affordable. Additionally, more than half of the total cost of the project will be paid for through state aid. For details about costs and financing, click here.