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Posted October 6 at 11:40am

October 1, 2015 was a fun evening for the district as students, parents, faculty and staff from each of our buildings played basketball against the Harlem Wizards.  It was a great school community event.  A big thank you to Minisink Valley Elementary School PTO for organizing this wonderful night.  Thanks also to Mr. Brian Monahan, Superintendent, Mr. Thomas Salamone, board of education member, and all of our faculty and staff who were willing to be out there on the court.  A great time was had by all.  Special thanks to Sherry Buchanan for all the photos.  Click on the title for a few more pictures.


Posted October 6 at 8:08am

The next meeting of the board of education is scheduled for Thursday, October 8, 2015 at 8:00 PM in middle school room 108.  There will be an audit committee meeting at 7:00 PM, prior to the regular board meeting.  The agendas are posted on the Board of Education page of the website.   


Posted October 2 at 12:00pm

The month of October is here and we hope that our families are settled into the routine of a new school year.  The faculty and staff have established a schedule and are busy teaching our students.  Pictured here is Maeve Cizek, Otisville elementary special education teacher, Laura Cortese, Minisink elementary classroom aide, Angela George, chemistry teacher, and Joseph Palazzo, maintenance mechanic, that have completed 25 years of service to Minisink Valley Central School District.  Pictured on the right is Brian Monahan, Superintendent of Schools, congratulating and thanking them for their dedication to the students and the community. 


Posted October 2 at 8:57am

Get the Minisink Valley CSD app!  The app allows users to access MVCSD news, calendars, lunch menus, student and parent resources, and more, on their mobile devices.  Be sure to allow for push notifications which will permit the app to receive information about school closings, early dismissals, and other district or school specific events.  The app is currently available for iOS and Android devices.


Posted September 30 at 11:49am

The Harlem Wizards are back on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015  at 7PM, with the doors opening at 5:30. Tickets have been sold out and there are no tickets available at the door.  Thank you for your support.


Posted September 21 at 9:02am

The Board of Education of the Minisink Valley Central School District hereby offers via public the following vehicles and equipment that have been declared surplus and/or obsolete:

  • 6 Large 2004 & 2005 School Buses
  • 2 Chevy Mini School Buses
  • 1 - 7 Passenger Suburban
  • Ford 5610 Tractor with Loader

Bid items will be available for inspection September 25, 2015 to October 2, 2015 between the hours of 8 AM and 4 PM (Monday - Friday only) at the Pole Barn Facility at 2313 Route 6, Slate Hill, NY. 

Vehicles and equipment for bid are in "as is" condition.  A complete list of items offered for bid and purchase details are available by clicking here or by visiting the business office.

Bids for Non-profit organizations will first be opened and awarded on Monday, October 5, 2015 at 11:00 AM.  All other bids will be opened on Tuesday, October 6, 2015 at 11:00 AM.   

Items will be awarded to the highest bidder.  Bid winners will be notified after the bid openings and will have until Thursday, october 15, 2015 at 2:00 PM to pick up and pay for their items. CASH, MONEY ORDER, or CERTIFIED CHECK only.


Posted September 20 at 10:46pm

Otisville Elementary students celebrated International Peace Day by participating in Pinwheels for Peace. The United Nations General Assembly designated September 21 as United Nations International Day of Peace.  “Partnerships for Peace – Dignity for All” is this year's UN theme.  Mrs. Hughes led students in a song and presentations were made by Mrs. Mynders, Mrs. Louey, and Mrs. Bendlin's classes.  Mrs. Frawley's class led the the student body in reciting The Peace Pledge.  Students held their pinwheels to the sky and pledged to make peace a part of their lives. 


The celebration also launched Otisville Elementary School's annual PBIS program.  Mrs. Alder's class showed Otisville PRIDE as Otis, Olive, and Maggie demonstrated their best behavior.  


Posted September 20 at 7:48am

Schools will be closed on Wednesday, September 23, in observance of Yom Kippur.


Posted September 17 at 11:20am

Cassandra Anne Wilson was a student at Minisink Valley High School, a varsity cheerleader, and a part of the medical assistant program at Orange-Ulster BOCES.  Cassandra became an organ donor at the young age of 16 due to a tragic accident, donating 7organs and saving 7 lives.   Please join us for the 4th annual Walk with Cassandra on Saturday, October 3, at the Minisink Valley High School in Slate Hill, NY.   Walk with Cassandra benefits the MVHS Cheerleading Scholarship Fund in memory of Cassandra, and helps to support the awareness efforts of Cassandra's Project, a project dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of organ donations to help save lives like Cassandra did.  Registration forms are available by clicking here.  You can pre-register/donate/purchase t-shirts at this link.  T-shirt purchase option is at the bottom of the order form.  For questions or more information, email


Posted September 17 at 7:46am

The Early Dismissal Drill is part of the county-wide Emergency Management Plan to test that phase of the drill. It has been scheduled for Thursday, September 17. Each of our school buildings will dismiss fifteen minutes earlier on that day, and there will be no PM Club Kid. Our athletes must also leave campus, but can return later for practice/game. Coaches will provide information on the afternoon schedule to team members.  We appreciate your help and cooperation and ask that you make appropriate arrangements for the early arrival of your children as a result of the drill.

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