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MINISINK VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

PO Box 217 Route 6, Slate Hill, NY 10973 (845)355-5270 / fax (845)355-5147

SCHOOL OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4!

Posted August 23 at 3:33pm

The 2019-2020 school year begins Wednesday, Sept. 4!


Have a restful, happy and safe rest of the summer break! We are looking forward to a fantastic year!   

'SchoolTool' WILL NOW BE USED FOR PROGRESS REPORT AND REPORT CARD DISTRIBUTION FOR ALL K-12 STUDENTS

Posted July 23 at 2:37pm

The Minisink Valley School District will distribute progress reports and report cards electronically via SchoolTool beginning this upcoming school year.

 

Providing electronic documents to parents/guardians allows them to quickly receive important information about their child’s academic progress and grade reports. It also allows the district to eliminate paper and postage costs to get this important information to parents/guardians while using SchoolTool’s innovative technology capabilities in a completely secure way.

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HIGH SCHOOL POOL TO BE CLOSED THIS SUMMER

Posted June 27 at 9:02am

Because of the capital project work scheduled for this summer, the high school pool will be closed all summer.  This includes open swim, lap swim and lessons.   


Please watch for updates regarding a Fall 2019 opening.


Thank you for your understanding!

HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND FOOTBALL FIELD TO BE CLOSED JUNE 29 TO OCT. 1 FOR SCHEDULED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT WORK

Posted June 26 at 1:04pm

The Minisink Valley High School track and football field will be closed from June 29 through Oct. 1 for scheduled capital improvement project work.


The district is replacing the surface of the high school track this summer due to the heavy traffic from athletes, education classes and community use.


Replacement will enable the district to continue to share track’s use with the community while maintaining a safe area that will maximize our athletes’ performance. 


Thank you for your understanding! 



KINDERGARTEN GRADUATION AND FIFTH-GRADE MOVING UP CEREMONY PHOTOS AVAILABLE ON THE DISTRICT'S FACEBOOK PAGE

Posted June 26 at 12:06pm

Did the special Minisink Valley kindergarten student in your life graduate from Otisville Elementary or Minisink Valley Elementary?

Or, did your special fifth-grader "move up" to middle school during ceremonies held at Minisink Valley Intermediate School and Otisville Elementary?

Visit the district's Facebook page,  Minisink Valley Central School District,  to see photo galleries of these memorable occasions!

ATTENTION PARENTS/GUARDIANS OF K-5 STUDENTS, 2019-20

Posted June 17 at 12:55pm

We will soon begin the early stages of the student placement process for the 2019-2020 school year. While parental requests for a specific teacher cannot be honored, parents/guardians may participate in the placement process by completing the district’s Parental Input Form.

If you are unable to download the form at home, please contact the school's office to request a hard copy. It will be sent to you by mail.

We value your input and we encourage you to share your insight. If you choose to participate, please return the form to the main office of your child's school, no-later-than Monday, June 17, 2019.

KIDS-NIGHT-OUT SPONSORED BY GIRLS VARSITY GOLF TEAM: THURSDAY, JUNE 13

Posted June 11 at 11:15am

WHAT: Fun activities and games

WHEN/WHERE: Thursday, June 13, 6-7:45 p.m. • MV High School Gym

WHO CAN PARTICIPATE: Children ages 6-13

REGISTRATION: Click here to register • $15 per participant • Space is limited to the first 60 registrants

QUESTIONS: Coach Brian Golden • bgolden@minisink.com • 845-355-5166

(Note: The original date for this event was June 7. The date was changed due to an unforeseen conflict.)

2019 ORANGE COUNTY DIARY PRINCESS VISITS MINISINK VALLEY ELEMENTARY SECOND-GRADERS

Posted June 11 at 10:56am

Got cheese? Got yogurt?


Students in Sally Mankoo’s Minisink Valley Elementary second-grade class do, thanks to a June 7 visit by Gabby Miyoshi, the 2019 Orange County Dairy Princess!


Gabby stopped by to talk about healthy eating (yes, dairy is important!) and read some stories. She also brought students some cheese and yogurt snacks. The second-graders were thrilled to have a chance to meet “a real life princess!”

MINISINK VALLEY ELEMENTARY STUDENTS HAVE A BLAST EXPLORING VEHICLES DURING ANNUAL TRANSPORTATION DAY

Posted May 21 at 1:23pm

On a crisp, sunny day, what’s more fun that being outside and getting to explore some really, really cool vehicles?

 

That’s what Minisink Valley Elementary kindergarteners, first-graders and second-graders did during the school’s annual Transportation Day.

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INAUGURAL DISTRICT K-12 ART SHOW A HUGE SUCCESS!

Posted May 20 at 9:38am

Minisink Valley's first-ever K-12 Art Show, Scholarship Silent Furniture Auction, Fashion Show, Video Production presentation AND Empty Bowls Fundraiser was a phenomenal success, with hundreds of people seeing the tremendous artistic talent of our students!

 

If you weren't able to attend the art show, visit the district's Facebook page to see photos from the evening: Minisink Valley Central School District

 

Thank you to all the teachers who played a role in the success of the evening!!

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MVES STUDENTS LEARN NEW SKILLS AND SHOW KINDNESS WITH "KIDS HEART CHALLENGE"

Posted May 13 at 1:50pm

Minisink Valley Elementary students put their heart and muscle into this year’s Kids Heart Challenge, at school and at home, the week of April 30-May 4.

 

The Kids Heart Challenge replaces Jump Rope for the Heart but the focus is the same: teaching students about the workings of the heart, the importance of eating healthy and exercising for good heart health, and making a difference in the lives of kids with special hearts by raising funds for the American Heart Association (AHA).

 

The program involves learning new physical skills, watching related videos, collecting Heart Hero characters, and more.

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