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MINISINK VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

P.O. Box 217 Slate Hill, NY 10973
(845)355-5150 / fax (845)355-5198

PADDLES UP FOR THE 4TH ANNUAL CARDBOARD BOAT RACE DEC. 19

Posted December 12 at 3:14pm

If the duct tape (duck tape?) has gone missing from the garage, chances are it’s being put to good use by one of the students, faculty or staff who will challenge the laws of physics at the now-legendary Minisink Valley boat race next week. Join us to cheer them on their perilous crossing.

 

WHAT: The Fourth Annual Minisink Valley Boat Regatta

WHEN: Wed., Dec. 19, 2:40 – 3:20 p.m., immediately after school. (Snow date: Thu., De. 20)

WHERE: Minisink Valley High School Pool

WHO: Open to everyone

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MVHS VARSITY CHEERLEADERS ADVANCE TO NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

Posted December 10 at 8:40am

CONGRATULATIONS to the varsity cheerleaders on earning their bid this past Sunday to compete at UCA's National High School Cheerleading Championship in February, in Orlando, Florida.

They worked hard, fought to overcame all obstacles, and came together to accomplish their goal! Keep up the great work!

FOURTH ANNUAL PASTA NIGHT FUNDRAISER IS DEC 11.

Posted December 7 at 9:11am

Get your pasta fix! The fourth annual Pasta Night Fundraiser, sponsored by the high school Boys Swimming and Diving teams, will be held Tuesday, Dec. 11 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. in the high school cafeteria.

Cost is $5 for children age 5 to 12; and $10 for adults. Dine-in or take out (why cook??)

Business table sponsorships are available for $100 and include four tickets. Family table sponsorships are $50 and include two tickets.

MV HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS GO GLOBAL WITH "THE HOUR OF CODE"

Posted December 6 at 1:23pm

Minisink Valley High School students are among the tens of millions participating in National Computer Science Week, Dec. 3-9.

 

Over two dozen classes signed-up for this year’s Hour of Code event in the school library, hosted by Library Media Specialist, Dolores Lombardo. Before exploring the coding programs available through hourofcode.com, students are introduced to computer science with a presentation by Mrs. Lombardo and a short video featuring some of the most iconic innovators in computer science and information technology.

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HIGH SCHOOL'S QUARTER 1 HIGH HONOR ROLL, HONOR ROLL AND HONORABLE MENTION ROLL ANNOUNCED

Posted December 6 at 11:57am

Minisink Valley High School is proud to announce its Quarter 1 High Honor Roll, Honor Roll and Honorable Mention Roll.

 

Congratulations to these students for their remarkable academic achievements!

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SCHOOL COMMUNITY'S DONATIONS WILL CREATE 240 FULL BAGS OF FOOD FOR 'MINISINK CARES' ORGANIZATION

Posted December 6 at 11:38am

The Minisink Valley school community’s kindness and generosity will again be shown in the forthcoming distribution of 240 full bags of food to the 2018 "Minisink Cares" Holiday Food Drive on Dec. 8.

 

"Minisink Cares" is a community organization which provides food and other necessities to families within the immediate community who need a helping hand.

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MV BOYS SWIMMING/DIVING TEAM DO IT AGAIN!

Posted December 6 at 10:26am

By Coach Brian Golden

The boys swimming and diving team did it again last night, Dec. 5, pushing their record to 3-0. They beat a very talented and motivated Washingtonville team 99-85. Incredible performances were turned in by Kyle Harrison, Jack Fulton, Lou Barbone, James Bannon, JJ Henriques, Ryan Pietraszka and Nate Mason. Let's keep this train rolling!

THIRTY-ONE HIGH SCHOOL VISUAL ARTS AND ELA STUDENTS ARE EXHIBITING WORK IN 'AN ARTIST'S RESPONSE TO HUMAN RIGHTS' SHOW AT SUNY ORANGE

Posted December 4 at 3:40pm

Thirty-one high school visual arts and ELA students from Kat Hoolan, Karen Hooper, Jenna McElroy and Sylvia Morais’ classes are participating in “An Artist’s Response to Human Rights” exhibition, sponsored annually by the Orange County Human Rights Commission.

 

Their work is now on display at SUNY Orange’s Orange Hall Gallery in Middletown through Dec. 14 and is open to the public.

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HIGH SCHOOL CLASS TEACHES STUDENTS HOW TO BE 'ADULTIER' ADULTS

Posted December 4 at 2:52pm

High school students have a lengthy list of elective classes available, and some choose a class that helps them to become more knowledgeable and better prepared adults.

 

Appropriately called “Adulting,” the class teaches those “adult” life skills which some students may not necessarily have on their learning radars and which the “adultiest” of adults may have had challenges perfecting.

 

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BIG WIN FOR BOYS SWIM-DIVE TEAM

Posted December 4 at 11:07am

By Coach Brian Golden

CONGRATULATIONS to the boys swimming and diving team on their huge victory over Newburgh last night, Dec. 3. It was a hard-fought battle but the Warriors pulled it out 101-82. 

Key wins were turned in by James Bannon, Ryan Pietraszka, Nate Mason and JJ Henriques. Next up is Washingtonville, on Wednesday, Dec. 5, in our pool at 4:30 p.m. This meet is shaping up to be a barn burner as well.


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