MINISINK VALLEY INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL

PO Box 217 Route 6, Slate Hill, NY 10973 (845)355-5250 / fax (845)355-5252

GO GOLD FOR CHILDHOOD CANCER

Posted September 16 at 11:57am

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.  The Intermediate School will be showing their support on Friday, September 19th by wearing yellow or gold.  If you would like your child to participate, please send them to school wearing yellow or gold.

 

“Go Gold for Childhood Cancer”

 

 

If you have any questions, feel free to contact the main office at 355-5254.

 

INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

Posted August 28 at 10:02am

We are pleased to announce that Mrs. Debbie Gallant has been assigned to the Intermediate and Elementary School building as the Assistant Principal.  In addition, we are very happy to announce that Mrs. Jennifer Meere will be Mrs. Gallant’s replacement in the 5th Grade.  Mrs. Meere will be in the building Friday morning and Tuesday afternoon, for any parents and/or students who would like to meet her before the start of school.  We look forward to a great year here at the Intermediate School.

LAST DAY OF SCHOOL - DISMISSAL AT 12:20

Posted June 25 at 9:09am

 

 

Today is the last day of school.  Students will be dismissed at approximately 12:20.

Have a safe and happy summer break!!!

5TH GRADE MOVING UP DAY

Posted June 22 at 10:29pm

The 5th grade moving up day ceremony starts at 9:30 a.m. in the Intermediate School auditorium.  Please wait until after 9:00 a.m. to arrive and please remember that there is a limit of two adult visitors per student for the ceremony.  Thank you for your cooperation!  

FIELD DAY

Posted June 19 at 8:25am

Due to the current weather conditions the 3rd Grade Field Day has been rescheduled for tomorrow, Friday, June 20th.  All parent volunteers should report at their normal scheduled time on Friday.

MVIS PTO FUN DAY

Posted June 9 at 7:38am

The MVIS PTO FUN DAY is still on for today, June 9, 2014.  

THE IMPORTANCE OF AGRICULTURE

Posted May 28 at 2:35pm

Ms. Marie Ullrich from the Cornell University Cooperative Extension of Orange County visited Ms. Stramiello's third grade class.  Together, the students and Ms. Ullrich planted cucumber seeds and discussed the importance of agriculture to our community, both local and global. The students learned the importance of bees to the pollination process and questioned how the bees' absence from our community would effect agriculture.  Each student will take home their own cucumber plant once it emerges.

VETERANS VISIT 5RM

Posted May 27 at 3:00pm

On Wednesday, May 21, 2014, Mrs. Marcolina's 5th grade class welcomed local veterans from the American Legion George Smith Post 1607, the Greenville VFW, and other veterans and family members to their classroom.  Students entertained their guests and presented them with many items for the Castle Point Veterans Hospital soldiers and their families.  Veterans shared stories about their experiences in the military, and everyone got to know each other personally while sharing a delicious brunch prepared by parents.  As the 5th graders honored those heroes during the two hour visit, a special bond was developed between the students and veterans.  It was truly a meaningful day for everyone.

PTO GARDEN SALE

Posted May 21 at 7:46am

The PTO Garden Sale scheduled for Tuesday, May 27th has been canceled.

EARTH DAY

Posted April 23 at 2:38pm

Mrs. Kemmerer's and Ms. Wilson's 4th grade classroom celebrated Earth Day on April 22nd. Mr. Salamone presented to the class the importance of gardening to the environment.  He explained roof top gardening (green roofs)  and how they help to insulate buildings, therefore reducing the usage of cooling and heating systems.  Mr. Salamone brought in some sedum for the students to plant, so the students had a chance to get their hands dirty!  Mrs. Kemmerer enlisted the help of her high school study buddy,  Andy Park,  to assist the students with planting zinnias, lupine, sunflowers, tomatoes, basil, and peas. The novice 4th grade gardeners will watch their hard work grow in the classroom greenhouse.


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