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MINISINK VALLEY MIDDLE SCHOOL

PO Box 217 Route 6, Slate Hill, NY 10973 (845)355-5200 / fax (845)355-5205

HIGH SCHOOL'S FALL PRODUCTIONS OF 'CLUE' AND 'THE THING IN THE CELLAR: AN INTERACTIVE MURDERY MYSTERY' SPAGHETTI LUNCHEON ARE OCT. 26 AND 27

Posted October 2 at 3:30pm



Clue

Based on the popular board game and adapted from the classic 1985 film, Clue is the comedy whodunit that will keep you guessing (and laughing) till the very end.

 

Performance times:


Saturday, Oct. 26 at 2 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 26 at 7 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 27 at 2 p.m.


Tickets can be purchased online or at the door.


$12 a person OR $20 to also attend the Interactive spaghetti luncheon performance of The Thing in the Cellar!

 

The Thing in the Cellar: An Interactive Murder Mystery Spaghetti Luncheon

 

Halloween costumes are suggested, but not required, to be worn to the performances!

Dinner party was supplied from https://www.playingwithmurder.com


Performance times:

Saturday, Oct. 26 at 11:30 a.m.
Sunday, Oct. 27 at 11:30 a.m.


Tickets will be PRE SALE ONLY so organizers can prepare a hearty meal.


$12 a person OR $20 to also attend the  performance of Clue!


TO BUY TICKETS:

https://minisink.seatyourself.biz

VIEW THE VIDEO!

 

 

MVMS PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES: SIGN-UP AND CONFERENCE DATES

Posted October 15 at 7:10am

Parent-Teacher Conferences are just around the corner. Mark your calendars to schedule yours online, starting Oct. 15.

ONLINE SIGN UP: Oct. 15 through Nov. 8 on School Appointments. The site offers a user instructions page and the ability to receive email reminders of your appointments.

CONFERENCE DATES: This year we are offering four dates to better accommodate your schedule. 

  • Wednesday, Nov. 13 ▪ 6-8:00 p.m.
  • Friday, Nov. 15 ▪ 12-2:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday, Nov. 27 ▪ 8-11:00 a.m.
  • Friday, Dec. 6 ▪ 12-2:00 p.m.

Article: "Getting the most out of Parent/Teacher conferences"  

QUESTIONS? Call the Counseling Center at 355-5210.

PATRICK WITHEROW APPOINTED MINISINK VALLEY'S NEW ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT FOR BUSINESS

Posted October 8 at 8:49am

Patrick Witherow of Port Jervis has been appointed assistant superintendent for business at the Minisink Valley School District, effective Oct. 8.

 

In this position, Mr. Witherow will be responsible for all district’s business operations, including payroll, accounts payable, accounting, benefits, contract negotiation, purchasing, tax collection oversight, transportation, buildings and grounds and food services in addition to financial planning and the development and management of the school district budget and its capital project budget.

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HIGH SCHOOL'S TRACK FIELD HAS REOPENED; AN OFFICIAL RE-OPENING CEREMONY IS COMING SOON!

Posted October 3 at 8:25am

READY….SET…GO!

The Minisink Valley High School track field HAS REOPENED! The track’s surface was replaced due to heavy traffic from athletes, education classes and community use. It LOOKS FABULOUS and will serve students, athletes and the community well!

Watch for more information about an official re-opening ceremony coming soon!

SIXTH-GRADERS LEARN ABOUT THE SIGNIFICANCE OF POW/MIA RECOGNITION DAY

Posted September 23 at 2:50pm

Sixth-grade social studies teacher Ashley Beairsto, teacher aide Debbie Orrio and their sixth-graders marked POW/MIA Recognition Day on Sept. 20 by meeting with five members of American Legion George Smith Post 1607 and hearing from them about military prisoners of war (POWs) and those who are missing in action (MIAs).

 

 

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GOLD CHARGER PLATES SERVE UP VOCABULARY LESSONS FOR SIXTH-GRADERS

Posted September 23 at 10:07am

What do gold charger plates and vocabulary words have in common for sixth-grade ELA students? More than you'd think!

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STARBURST CANDY HELPS REINFORCE SIXTH-GRADE SCIENCE LESSONS ABOUT ROCK FORMATIONS

Posted September 16 at 3:04pm

Jaclyn Lockett's sixth-grade science classes are learning about metamorphic, igneous and sedimentary rocks within the rock cycle. Students used Starburst candy to recreate them! (How cool is that?) 

"I had a lot of fun. I learned that when I made a sedimentary rock I could turn it into metamorphic by putting extreme heat and pressure on to my rock,” said Trace Dejong.

Metamorphic rocks are any rock type that has been altered by heat, pressure, and/or the chemical action of fluids and gases. Igneous rocks are those that solidify from a molten or partially molten state. Erosion and deposition play a key part in the formation of sedimentary rocks. Wind, water, ice, and chemicals break down existing rock into sediment that is then transported and deposited by wind, water, and glaciers.

EVERYBODY BACK IN THE POOL! HIGH SCHOOL POOL REOPENS MONDAY, SEPT. 16!

Posted September 13 at 3:33pm

Fall Aquatics Schedule

(Effective Sept. 16 to Nov. 30)

 

Lap Swimming

Monday & Wednesday 7:45 to 9 p.m.

Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Recreational Swim

Tuesday & Thursday 7:45 to 9 p.m.

Saturday 1 to 3 p.m.

 

Admission:

Senior Citizens $1

General Admission $2

Families $5

 

Pool Closed:

Sept. 27 to 30

Oct. 8, 11-14

Nov. 8-11 and 28-30

 

Aquatics Director:

Megan Donnelly

MDonnelly@Minisink.com

Office: 355-5879

HAPPY FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL!

Posted September 5 at 10:49am

Minisink Valley students had a fabulous first day of school yesterday, Sept. 4

Be sure to visit the district’s Facebook page,  https://www.facebook.com/MinisinkValleyCSD/, and view the six photo galleries which give a great glimpse of all the learning and fun which went on during opening day!

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!   

MIDDLE SCHOOL'S 'PROJECT COOPERATION' HELPS PREPARE INCOMING SIXTH-GRADERS FOR NEW CLASSES, TEACHERS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Posted August 5 at 2:26pm

It’s getting closer for incoming sixth-graders to join the middle school as the Class of 2026! For most, it’s the first time they will be moving up to a new school.

 

To help ensure they're ready, several hundred rising sixth-graders are attending the middle school’s Project Cooperation camp, an annual opportunity for them to see and be reminded about the importance of working cooperatively and building leadership skills while increasing their self-esteem as they begin to successfully navigate the new world of classes, teachers and responsibilities.

 

 

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