MINISINK VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

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

GRADUATION / SENIOR CLASS EVENTS 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 2015!

Posted June 26 at 10:05pm

GRADUATION INFORMATION

Posted June 24 at 1:49pm

Graduation will be held on Friday, June 26 at 6:00 PM on the John Bell Field.

11:00 PM - 4:00 AM- Project Graduation All-Night Drug and Alcohol Free Project Graduation party for each senior and ONE guest. Rain or Shine.

SUMMER SCHOOL AND AUGUST REGENTS INFORMATION

Posted June 24 at 1:41pm

Minisink Valley Summer School begins on July 7, 2015 and will be held at the High School.  Summer School is for students in grades 6-12 only.  Registration for summer school and Regents/RCT exams will be held from June 26 to July 2.  Students in High School must register in the High School Guidance office.  Students in Middle School should register in the Middle School Guidance office.  All students who need to take an Regents in August must register during the Summer School registration period to be eligible to take the exam. Click Here for additional testing information including the August 2015 Regents testing schedule.

SENIOR KEVIN VINOLAS TO COMPETE AT STATES

Posted June 11 at 7:42am

Kevin Vinolas won the mile in a time of 4:22 at the State Qualification Meet in Kingston.  He will be competing at the State Championship Meet on Saturday, June 13 in Albany.  This will be the last race of a career that has seen Kevin qualify for the State Championship four times and break numerous school records. 

C-TECH STUDENTS HONORED AT OUTSTANDING STUDENT DINNER

Posted June 5 at 2:51pm

On June 2nd The Career and Technical Center recognized outstanding students from schools throughout Orange County.  Seven Minisink Valley High School students (pictured) were honored at an Outstanding Student Dinner held at the Villa Venezia.  The students were:
Bradley Korn - HVAC/Plumbing
Sarah Parmerter - Nurse Assistant
Amber Rivera  - E-Business & Microsoft Applications
Zachary Whitby - Law Enforcement
Richard Wierzbicki-McMickle - Automotive Technology
Triston Willcox - Computer Assisted Design
Emily Wilson - Cosmotology
Superintendent of Schools Mr. Jack Latini and High School Principal Mr. Ken Hauck were also in attendance to celebrate the students accomplishments.  We congratulate these incredible students who have demonstrated a commitment to success and destined to succeed in their chosen career fields.

ORIGINAL COMPOSITIONS BY MR. STICKNEY'S COMPREHENSIVE MUSIC CLASS

Posted June 5 at 8:03am

Students in Mr. Stickney’s Comprehensive Music class have been busy composing original music.  Students have learned about important compositional techniques, such as texture, form, sequences, chord progressions, imitation, and part-writing.  Students used these techniques to compose a piece of music in a style that they chose.  Students did an amazing job on this project, and three students from 

the class (pictured above) were chosen to have their compositions performed at the Spring Band Concert.  Students chosen were Reinier Potgieter for his composition “Movement II” , Jordan Pesola for his composition "The O.K. Composition", and Sofia Coyle for her composition “As far as you see”.  Please take a moment to listen to these wonderful creations!  Congratulations to the Comprehensive Music class on their creativity. 

 

 

As Far As You See

Movement II

The Okay Composition 

"BIZ KIDS" PLAN FOR STRONGER FINANCIAL FUTURE WITH BUSINESS CLASSES

Posted June 4 at 5:16pm

The Business Department  at the high school offers a worthwhile and practical ½ year course in financial literacy titled, “Money 101.”  Each year on average, approx. 150 students enroll in this course to better understand the complexities of money management.   Students learn about setting S.M.A.R.T. goals, how to pay for college, understand credit, investment options, banking, insurance, home buying mortgage options, retirement planning and more.  In fact, financial, economic, business and entrepreneurial literacy has been identified as one of the 21st century skills that all graduates should obtain.  Pictured are students from Ms. Cricchio’s Money 101 classes.

NYSSMA MAJORS AWARDS

Posted June 2 at 12:00am

The Minisink Valley High School Choirs hosted and participated in the New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) Major Organization Evaluation Festival. Each choral group performed pieces chosen from a leveled list of music.  The levels were defined as 1 (easiest) to 6 (most challenging).  The performing groups were evaluated by two NYSSMA certified judges.  We are proud to announce the following results:

Chamber Choir - Level 6- Gold with Distinction Rating
Women’s Chorus - Level 4- Gold with Distinction Rating
Mixed Chorus -  Level 4 – Gold Rating
Men’s Ensemble -  Level 4- Gold Rating


Congratulations to the all of the students for these outstanding accomplishments.  An additional congratulations to Mr. Izzo for receiving his 31st NYSSMA Gold rating since 1996. 

CLASS OF 2015 VALEDICTORIAN AND SALUTATORIAN HONORED

Posted May 26 at 3:48pm

Class of 2015 Valedictorian, Jacob Anderson, and Salutatorian, Claire Atlas, were honored for their academic accomplishments at the state capital.  Their names were entered into the official record by a proclamation prepared by Senator Bonacic.  These students were recognized at a local reception with their parents, High School Principal, Mr. Hauck, and Superintendent of Schools, Mr. Latini, in attendance.  Jacob will be attending the University of Pennsylvania majoring in Architecture.  Claire will be attending Binghamton University majoring in Geology.  Congratulations to Jacob and Claire for their outstanding academic achievement.

CLASS OF 2015 SENIOR INFORMATION

Posted May 26 at 3:29pm

Click Here for important information on Class of 2015 events.


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