MINISINK VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

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

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FRESHMEN ORIENTATION SCHEDULED FOR AUGUST 28TH

Posted August 19 at 11:16am

Minisink Valley High School is pleased to welcome all incoming students during Freshmen Orientation which will be held in the High School Auditorium on Thursday, August 28th at 10:00 am.  Incoming students may also purchase a lock for their locker during orientation.  Locks are $5.00 cash.  All incoming students are encouraged to attend; a tour of the high school will be provided by members of the National Honor Society to help students acclimate to their new schedule.  Orientation is expected to last approximately 2 hours.

CLASS OF 2015 SENIOR PORTRAITS

Posted August 13 at 2:35pm

A reminder to all Class of 2015 students and parents. Senior portraits for the Class of 2015 are now taking place at the high school. To ensure your portrait appears in the yearbook, it is important to show up for your scheduled appointment date and time. If you are unsure of your scheduled time or need to change your appointment, please contact Lors Photography at (908) 964-0847 or visit www.lorsstudio.com/<wbr />appointments.

DRIVERS EDUCATION

Posted August 8 at 11:44am

Students wishing to enroll in Drivers Education for this fall must register by September 12th.  Registration forms are available in the High School Main Office; the cost is $385.00.  A mandatory orientation meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 17th at 3:30 in the High School Medial Center.  Classroom sessions will be held on Wednesday and Thursday from 3:30 to 5:00.  Driving sessions will be scheduled on September 17th.  

MAIN ENTRANCE CLOSED DURING CONSTRUCTION

Posted July 10 at 3:01pm

Any individual seeking to enter the High School during construction is asked to enter the building through the entrance by the Guidance Doors located near the center of the main parking lot.

Those seeking to enter the pool will enter from behind the pool.  Parking is available behind the school for visitors to the pool. 

All individuals are to remain out of the construction area at all times.  

MVHS CHAMBER CHOIR PERFORMS AT GOSHEN RELAY FOR LIFE

Posted June 16 at 8:46am

On Saturday June 14th the Chamber Choir performed “I Hope You Dance” and “Run To You” during the luminary ceremony at the American Cancer Society Relay For Life at Goshen High School.  It was a very nice touch to a very moving event.  The event is to raise funds for Cancer research and for people fighting the battle against cancer. The Chorus sponsored a team, Walk With Caitlin, Fly With Juliette, in memory of 2005 graduate Caitlin Hammaren and 2008 graduate Juliette Lia. The team had over 100 participants.  Thanks to the generosity of the school and community the team was able to raise close to $8,000 towards this worthy cause.  A special thank you goes out to our team captains Lillie Back and Taryn Volpe and all of the parents who attended the event. 

KEY CLUB MEMBERS "FRESHEN UP" CONCESSION AREA

Posted June 13 at 3:29pm

Eight students from the Minisink Valley Key Club were involved in repainting the Warrior Concession Stand, located near the high school gymnasium entrance.  The district would like to thank these young ladies and gentlemen, along with  Key Club faculty advisor Mrs. Vandervoort for their time and effort in improving the concession area for the upcoming school year.  Pictured are Key Club members, Robert Conti, Jackie Conti, Kevin Jablonski, Morgan Ratynski, Brianna Scalon, Cassidy VanDervoort, Mikayla VanDervoort and artist Sarina Vanacore.

JROTC COMPLETES ACTIVE YEAR

Posted June 13 at 3:13pm

The MVHS JROTC Program finished this year strong. The Cadets conducted the Military Ball, Goshen Cemetery flag placement, Wallkill Prison Color Guard, 24 mile Appalachian Trail hike, West Point Graduation, the Crucible, and many other activities. We are still looking forward to doing the Color Guard for the 2014 Graduation and the JROTC Cadet Leadership Challenge (JCLC) at the New York Military Academy (NYMA).

JROTC wanted to take this opportunity to say, “Congratulations to the Class of 2014!” We wish you all the best in your future endeavors, happiness, and health. Go Warriors!!!

MVHS STUDENTS INDUCTED INTO NATIONAL TECHNICAL HONOR SOCIETY

Posted June 6 at 8:51am

The following MVHS students were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society during a special award ceremony held on May 28th.  Appearance Academy - Briann Slockbower, Emily C. Wilson, Rachel Yntema, Elizabeth Zambrzycki, Health Academy - Kendra Arnold, Kristina Dusevic, Malcom Forrest, Ismael Khoufaify, Katelyn Lee, Gabrielle Lesko Visual Arts Academy - Ginamarie Russell & Sophia Yacenko-Devens, Business Academy - Amber Rivera, Culinary Academy - Kaitlyn Kowalczyk, Jorge Rosales, Education Academy - Alle-maz Louis-AndrewNew Visions Law & Gov't - Ashley Cummings, New Visions Medical - Jacklyn Reid, Devon Stuart, Security Careers - Catina Audain, Automotive - Richard Wierzbicki-McMickle.
The Minisink Valley community congratulates all the inductees on their outstanding accomplishment.

JROTC SERVES OTHERS, CHALLENGES SELF, & CELEBRATES ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Posted June 6 at 8:32am

Members of the Minisink Valley High School JROTC placed American Flags at the Orange County Veterans Cemetery for the Memorial Day weekend. Cadets also participated in the Memorial Day Parade in Unionville honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country.  
Also pictured are cadets taking a moment to enjoy the view, as they hiked 24 miles of the Appalachian Trail in 48 hours.  Students also enjoyed the Military Ball which was a celebration of their accomplishments throughout the year.  Any student wishing to join JRTOC next year is encouraged to speak with his or her counselor.  

THREE MVHS STUDENTS HONORED BY ORANGE COUNTY YOUTH BUREAU

Posted June 6 at 8:12am

Three Minisink Valley High School Students were honored at the 32nd Annual County Executive's Youth Awards Luncheon.  Matthew Travers received 2nd place for the Hannaford Healthy Living Award which recognizes overall healthy living and encouraging others to do the same.  Andrew Melendez received the Positive Change Leading to Success for making a positive change that improved his overall performance and that of others.  William Eger was recognized for demonstrating the Spirit of Success for overcoming physical challenges and serving as a positive role model to others.  Pictured from left to right are Matthew Travers, Andrew Melendez, William Eger with MVHS student Colin Cusak who served as one of the Youth Bureau speakers along with Jillian Dolce.(not pictured)


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