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View the Middle School December video newsletter!

on December 6, 2017

Parents are invited to view the Warwick Valley Middle School monthly newsletter.

In a creative collaboration with the WVHS Cosmetology and Communications programs, the newsletter has been produced as a video newscast for your viewing enjoyment!

Each month, a different group of students will record MS news in the high school video production area.

Before filming, HS students in the Cosmetology program prepared the MS student newscasters for the camera with hair styling and makeup.


Warwick Valley Middle School

December 2017 video newsletter


“My name is Olivia Mende, and I am an 8th grader at Warwick Valley Middle School. Thank you for joining us for our December Newscast.

On October 27, Warwick Valley Middle School held their Annual Cabaret Performance. The audience was treated to a number of solo performances and a few group performances. The show ended with the great reveal of the Middle School Drama production. This year’s
show will be “Anything Goes.” We can’t wait for the performance!

During the month of November, the Middle School continued the tradition of adopting families for Thanksgiving. Overall, our school adopted 20 families and sent full Thanksgiving meals to each of them.”

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“My name is Olivia Holland and I am a 6th grader at Warwick Valley Middle School. Our school wide ROAR lesson focused on the importance of feeling appreciation for the special people and moments in our lives, and how to express that gratitude to those who matter most. Students voiced that this allowed them to truly reflect on themselves and find ways to show their gratitude to those around them.

To celebrate Veterans Day, our Wire Choir went to Park Avenue Elementary School on November 9 and performed for the families and community.”

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“My name is Brent Secord and I am a 7th grader at Warwick Valley Middle School. Our 8th grade Social Studies classes visited the Warwick Historical Society to learn about Women’s Suffrage. The Historical Society put together a thought provoking exhibit celebrating 100 years of a woman’s right to vote.”

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“My name is Angelo Rico and I am in the 5th grade. On Friday November 17, our fifth grade students went to see the movie “Wonder” as a culminating experience for finishing the book as a read-aloud text with their teachers. Students were excited to celebrate this accomplishment as a grade and to spread the message of #ChooseKind.”


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