7:00 PM Berea 4th Grade Concert
7:00 PM HS Musical
7:00 PM HS Musical
2:00 PM HS Musical
You bring the ideas and suggestions, we'll bring the coffee! Join district administrators on Friday, March 3, 2017 from 8:45 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. at the Alternative Learning Center.
Ensuring that the Valley Central senior class has a fun and safe way to celebrate their graduation is the All Night Grad Committee's mission. Without your support, this much-loved Valley Central tradition wouldn't be possible. Please consider coming out to one of the committee's upcoming events -- enjoy a fun night out while supporting the class of 2017!
The American Academy of Pediatrics as well as the National Association of School Nurses both advise against excluding a child with lice from school. Attendance at school is critical to a child’s academic success. Excluding a child from school because of a head lice infestation is futile as far as preventing the transmission of lice to other children
There is nothing out of the ordinary about seeing a sea of red on the first Friday in February at Valley Central. What is unique about this year is the fact that not only did the staff of the district donate the highest amount of money ever raised in a single year ($2,116), they also brought the district’s lifetime donation amount past the $20k mark.
On Thursday, Feb. 23, the VCMS National Junior Honor Society will host a paint night from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the VCMS cafeteria.
During "No Name Calling Week"from Jan. 16 to Jan. 20, students in Montgomery Elementary School created a colorful display to remind each other to be kind.
An article was published in this week's edition of the Wallkill Valley Times which erroneously stated that Valley Central School District's Board of Education had approved a new transportation contract.
When you live with children, family dynamics constantly change and for many parents and caregivers the teen years are the most nerve-racking. To help parents and caregivers prepare for the expected changes in their children, Valley Central Middle School is working with Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County (CCE) to offer a four-session series for parents and caregivers called Preparing for the Teen Years.
Children around the world have received portraits of themselves from art students in Valley Central High School, thanks to “The Memory Project.” This year, 21 students in Star Langlitz’s Advanced Drawing and Painting class created portraits of Syrian refugee children.
Art students at Berea Elementary School got an engaging lesson in the impressionist art style with a challenge that's taken the internet by storm.
The next audit committee meeting scheduled to take place on Thursday, Feb. 9 has been rescheduled to Thursday, Feb. 23 at 6:30 p.m. in the board room of the administration building
On January 30th 2017, the Valley Central Board of Education approved the Smart Schools Investment Plan. Smart Schools funding as proposed in the SSIP will allow Valley Central to invest in network infrastructure upgrades as well as improved video and door security technologies. Read more about the SSIP here.
District administrators have been notified that a company called “National Campus Professionals” has been attempting to solicit advertisement purchases from local businesses under the guise of being affiliated with Valley Central School District.
Please be advised that the district has no affiliation with this company.
A statement from Lisa Raymond, Assistant Superintendent of Business re: tax rebates:
The Valley Central School did stay under the tax cap and did submit a government efficiency plan that was approved. Taxpayers should expect to receive a rebate from the NYS Division of Budget.
The Valley Central School District has been served with tax certiorari proceedings from Allegiance Healthcare for the last four school years. Although the District would be impacted by any reductions in the assessments of the District’s largest taxpayer in the form of court-ordered refunds, it is not automatically a party to those proceedings. To better protect the District’s significant financial stake in the outcome of such proceedings, the Board of Education has decided to intervene which will ensure that the District’s legal counsel will be able to actively participate in all court developments, including settlement negotiations.