View "New York Public Schools: The Right Investment"
Feb. 18, 2015 - The video "New York Public
Schools: The Right Investment" addresses the need for the
state to provide adequate funding for schools.
Click here to view the video.
2015-16 budget development and information
Dec. 16, 2014 - At the Board of Education work session held on Mon., Dec. 15, 2014, Assistant Superintendent for Business, Timothy Holmes, presented a first look at the budget to board members. Click here to visit the Budget News & Information webpage.
Warwick Valley MS Home and Careers Dept. serves seventh annual "Valentines for Veterans" Breakfast
Feb. 12, 2015 - On Wed., Feb. 11, the Warwick Valley Middle School Home and Careers Dept. served its seventh annual "Valentines for Veterans" Breakfast in the Middle School cafeteria as a way to honor the community’s veterans.
District mourns loss of longtime Board Clerk, Dot Wilson
Feb. 11, 2015 - The WVCSD was saddened by the recent passing of the district’s longtime Board Clerk, Dorothy Wilson. Dorothy, known to all as Dot, was an integral part of the district for 66 years.
WVCSD STEAM Fair to be held at HS on April 28
Feb. 11, 2015 - The annual WVCSD STEAM Fair (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) will be held in the Atrium at Warwick Valley High School on April 28 from 6-8 p.m. All students in grades 5-12 are encouraged to participate.
WVCSD students receive gold, silver awards in Scholastic Art and Writing competition
The results are in for the 2015 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, and nine Warwick Valley Central School District students have earned honors. More
Parenting workshop: "Getting Ready for the Teen Years!"
This March, the Warwick Valley Middle School counseling office is pleased to offer the parenting workshop “Getting Ready for the Teen Years!” Designed for parents and caregivers of children and young teens, ages 9-14, this series will help explore the changing dynamics in families with teenagers, and teach helpful skills for working through these transitional years. Click here for more information.
FIRST Lego League Robotics Tournament, “Winter Robot Rumble,” held at Sanfordville Elementary School
Feb. 5, 2015 - The Warwick Lego League hosted a regional
qualifying tournament for FIRST Lego League (FLL) on Jan.
31, at Sanfordville Elementary School. Dozens of Warwick
parents and Lego League supporters helped with the
organization and planning necessary to make this a fun and
Superintendent Dr. David Leach, and Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, James Yap, helped host the event and served as FLL judges. Warwick teachers and community members also volunteered as judges and “listeners”, and were enthusiastic as they saw the incredible work of the FLL members. To promote the event and create a little excitement among students, Warwick’s school principals held a t-shirt design contest, won by Park Avenue first-grader Riley Portka. Click here to view a video montage of the Winter Robot Rumble!
"Apple of My Eye” contest recognizes three exceptional WVCSD teachers
Jan., 2015 - With the goal of celebrating the contributions that outstanding teachers make to our schools, students and communities, the Warwick Foundation for Excellence in Learning (WFEL) and Noble Pies partnered to present the “Apple of My Eye” contest. Based on nominations from parents and students, three teachers were the first winners of the contest: Robert Kirschke, Lisa Ramus and Lenora Shoock. Each winner was awarded an apple pie which was donated by Noble Pies, Route 94 in Warwick. More
Sanfordville’s “Holidays for Heroes” generosity touches hearts far from home
Jan., 2015 – The “Holidays for Heroes” gift drive initiated by students, parents and staff at Sanfordville Elementary school helped lift the spirits of the troops of Task Force Talon’s 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade in Afghanistan. Messages of thanks and pictures of the troops enjoying the “boodle” (aka treats!) have begun arriving. More
WVCSD to benefit from OU BOCES grant
Jan., 2015 - Warwick is one of 13 local school districts that will benefit from the "Teaching is the Core" (TITC) grant recently awarded to the OU BOCES/Division of Instructional Support Services from the New York State Department of Education.