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MVMS WINTER CHORUS CONCERT: MON., DEC. 18, 7PM

Posted December 13 at 10:49am

Five middle school choirs, directed by Pasqua Ventre, invite you to join them for an evening of traditional and worldly holiday music, exciting medleys, a touch of Broadway, winter themes, and inspirational tunes.

 

Soloists, featured percussionists, and a rap group will complement the night's performances by grade, select and combined choirs.

 

Musical highlights include “A Solfege Christmas,” “African Noel,” “Celebrate the Feast of Lights,” “Bidi Bom,” “Once Upon a December,” “The Christmas Star,” “Text me Merry Christmas,” and a combined-choir, grand finale performance of “We Are the World.”

 

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3RD ANNUAL PASTA-NIGHT TO BENEFIT BOYS SWIMMING & DIVING TEAM: THU. 12/14

Posted December 12 at 3:35pm

It’s a busy time of the year and everyone can use a cooking-free night! This Thursday, Dec. 14, dine in or take out a pasta dinner prepared by the boys swimming and diving team. 

  • Time: 4:30 – 7:30 PM
  • Place: MV High School cafeteria
  • Cost: $10 per adult $5 per child (ages 5-12)
  • Sponsorships: Business - $100 (incl. 4 dinner tickets) • Family - $50 (incl. 2 dinner tickets) 


For more information: Contact Lori Vreeland at 845.283.5278, or Brian Golden at 845.355.5166.

MVIS WINTER CHORUS CONCERT: TUE., DEC. 12, 7PM

Posted December 12 at 10:30am

The Intermediate School Music Department invites all community members to the Winter Chorus Concert on Tuesday, December 12, at 7 p.m., in the school auditorium.

 

Featuring the fourth and fifth grade choirs under the direction of Danielle Cornacchio, this year’s performance will feature selections such as "Frosty the Snowman," "Don't Worry, Be Happy" and “Hot Chocolate” from the movie "The Polar Express." It is sure to be an evening of fun and good cheer!

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JROTC’S HOLIDAY SHOPPING PARENTS-NIGHT-OUT: THU., DEC. 21, 6-10PM

Posted December 11 at 1:01pm

Are you finding it difficult to go holiday shopping with the kids? JROTC students are hosting a Parents-Night-Out with an inexpensive babysitting service to help you get through your holiday list.

On Thursday, Dec. 21, drop off the kids (ages 3-12) with JROTC students at the middle school gym and enjoy four hours of holiday shopping, from 6-10 p.m. The kids will have a fun evening with exciting activities including games, arts & crafts, and a visit with Santa. Refreshments will be provided. The cost of the four-hour service is $10 per child. 

HOLIDAY BAND CONCERT: MONDAY, DEC. 11 ▪ ALL ARE WELCOME!

Posted December 7 at 10:28am

Minisink Valley Middle School Band Program presents, Festive Flourishes, a holiday concert, on Monday, Dec. 11, 2017, in the school auditorium.

 

▪ 6th Grade Band & Jazz Ensemble: 6:30 p.m. ▪ 7th and 8th Grade Bands: 7:45 p.m.

 

The concert program will begin with performances by the 6th Grade Jazz Band, and the 6th Grade Band, directed by Megan Shafer. They will be followed by separate and combined performances by the 7th Grade and 8th Grade Bands, directed by Laura Hulle.

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BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING SCHEDULED

Posted December 6 at 11:24am

The next meeting of the board of education is scheduled for Thursday, December 7, 2017 at 8:00 PM in room 108 of the middle school.  The agenda is posted on the Board of Education page of the website.  Note:  There will be a policy committee meeting at 6:30 pm, prior to the start of the regular board meeting.

MVHS HOLIDAY CHORUS CONCERT: WED., DEC. 6, 7PM

Posted December 6 at 9:39am

The High School Music Department invites all community members to the annual Holiday Chorus Concert on Wednesday, Dec. 6, at 7 p.m., in the high school auditorium. 

Take a break from the holiday rush. Sit back and enjoy the music of the season, brought to you by our four, student choral groups, under the direction of Victor Izzo III. In the season's spirit of giving, and in lieu of admission, we ask concert guests to contribute a can of soup to support the “Soup for Saturdays” program.


We hope to see you on December 6. Happy Holidays! (Additional rehearsal photos.) 

MVHS WRESTLING TEAM GIVES TO MINISINK CARES

Posted December 5 at 1:47pm

Before their Nov. 29 match, MVHS wrestling team, families and coaches gathered to present Minisink Cares with a donation of $650 in gift cards to brighten the holidays of local families. 

"We are just glad that we can help. We hope they are able to have a Merry Christmas,” said co-captains Connor Greiner and Dom Vetrano.

Minisink’s wrestling team wishes to thank the members of Minisink Cares Board of Directors for their generous and tireless efforts on behalf of our community. Board members are Patricia Close-Irwin, Venus Diedrick, Lisa Doce, Desire Gibbs, Larri Jarosz, Debbie Roda, Lori Vreeland, Alison Vreeland and Danielle Ulbrich.  

MVHS FBLA WELCOMES 173 NEW MEMBERS

Posted December 5 at 8:44am

WELCOME new FBLA members, all 173 of you!

 

Newcomers were introduced to the benefits and responsibilities of membership in MVHS Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) during the 2017-18 induction ceremony on Nov. 16. Keynote speakers, Lori Colantuono and Ralph Ditrocchio, both business professionals, offered words of inspiration and encouragement.

 

"Being officially inducted into FBLA is an opportunity and a challenge to reach for higher goals," said FBLA Co-President Evan Stouber.

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SIXTH GRADERS PRACTICE GIVING AND CARING

Posted December 4 at 10:20am

Nine-year-old Jacob Thompson has terminal cancer. His last Christmas wish is to receive cards from around the world.

 

Moved by Jacob’s story and his modest request, several 6th-grade social studies classes (Corletta, E. Ferrier, K. Ferrier, and Olenick) dedicated #GivingTuesday to making cards and writing notes to Jacob.

 

“Students truly put their time and effort into creating caring and meaningful messages to help honor and celebrate Jacob’s life—and to bring a smile to his face,” Mrs. Olenick said.

 

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