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2019 WARRIOR CHEER SUMMER CAMP, AGES 5-15: JULY 29 - AUG. 1

Posted June 21 at 9:34am

Hosted by MVHS varsity cheerleaders, under the direction of Coach Patti Archiere, the Warrior Cheer summer camp will cover cheerleading fundamentals (motions, technique), cheer, jumps, dance, training and conditioning, stunting (age appropriate), introduction of the new Game Day format, games and prizes. Cost includes camp t-shirt, bow and spirit stick. 

  • Dates: Monday, July 29 - Thursday, Aug. 1
  • Ages 5- 15
  • Hours: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. • Location: Minisink Valley Intermediate School, gym C
  • Cost: $125 per child • $75 for each additional child (same family)
  • LINK TO REGISTRATION FORM 
  • Additional Information: Contact Coach Archiere at parchiere@minisink.com

PLAY BALL! REGISTRATION TAKING PLACE MINISINK VALLEY VARSITY BASEBALL CAMP; CAMP RUNS JULY 8 TO 11

Posted June 20 at 1:24pm

Be part of our comprehensive baseball camp covering all facets of baseball!  Campers age 6 to 14 will be exposed to all aspects of the game, including hitting, fielding, base running and pitching! Open to all Minisink students entering grades 1 to 8.  The goal of the camp is to provide individual skill building with team play.  Camp dates are July 8 to 11.

• Hours: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. • Location: Minisink Valley Middle School fields 

• Cost: $115 per player; and $95 each for multiple siblings. Proper baseball attire required.

• PROGRAM INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION FORM
• Additional Information: dbenedetto@minisink.com

GOAL! REGISTRATION OPEN FOR MINISINK VALLEY BOYS SOCCER CAMP; CAMP RUNS JULY 1 TO 3

Posted June 20 at 10:06am

Open to all Minisink students entering grades 1 to 8.  The goal of the camp is to provide individual skill building with team play.  Camp dates are July 1 to 3.

• Hours: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. • Location: Minisink Valley Main Campus "Pit Field" 

• Cost: $110 per player.  Fee includes regulation soccerr ball for the first 50 children registered as well as a daily ice pop.

• PROGRAM INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION FORM
• Additional Information: kburns@minisink.com

GIRLS SOFTBALL CAMP NOW ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS; CAMP RUNS JULY 22 to 25

Posted June 20 at 9:59am

Open to all Minisink girls entering grades 4-10, the camp will be directed by players and coaches with the Minisink Valley softball program. Camp dates are July 22 to 25. The goal of the camp is to provide quality instruction at a reasonable price and to promote softball in the school district. The players will be separated into 2 or 3 levels according to their age and their ability.

• Hours: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. • Location: Minisink Valley softball fields
• Cost: $150 p. child • $75 for each additional child in the same family. Fee includes individual instruction, team play, T-shirt and awards
• PROGRAM INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION FORM
• Additional Information: bguyette@minisink.com


SPIKE THE BALL! REGISTRATION TAKING PLACE FOR MINISINK VALLEY GIRLS VOLLEYBALL CAMP; CAMP RUNS JULY 1 TO 3

Posted June 20 at 9:55am

The Minisink Valley Volleyball Camp will provide girls entering grades 3 thru 9 well-rounded, concentrated instruction, aimed at both the experienced and novice volleyball player. The camp staff will stress proper fundamental skill techniques in both individual and team play.  Camp dates are July 1 to 3.

• Hours: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
• Location: Minisink Valley Middle School gym
• Cost: $100 per participant: includes a volleyball and a camp T-shirt
• PROGRAM BROCHURE AND REGISTRATION FORM
• Additional Information: elain@minisink.com

RESIDENTS APPROVE MINISINK VALLEY’S REVISED $95.3 MILLION BUDGET FOR THE 2019-20 SCHOOL YEAR

Posted June 18 at 9:30pm

THE SCHOOL BUDGET PASSES!

 

Results are: 2,449 voted in favor; and 1,085 voted against. 69.3 percent of voters supported the budget; a 60 percent plus one majority was needed!

 

THANK YOU! We are very, very grateful!

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MVIS THIRD-GRADERS PRESENT RESEARCH ON BEAR BREEDS TO PEERS, PARENTS

Posted June 17 at 3:19pm

“Did you know that koala bears are actually not bears?” A group of third-graders in Gary Passamonte’s classroom couldn’t wait to set the record straight on Australia's most popular native animal.

 

“They’re a marsupial because marsupials have a pouch to carry their babies,” they explained, in unison.

 

Along with other groups in their classroom and Shari Cannone’s third-graders next door, the students were anxiously awaiting their visiting K-3 peers to present the findings of a month’s worth of scientific research into various bear breeds.

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ATTENTION PARENTS/GUARDIANS OF K-5 STUDENTS, 2019-20

Posted June 17 at 12:55pm

We will soon begin the early stages of the student placement process for the 2019-2020 school year. While parental requests for a specific teacher cannot be honored, parents/guardians may participate in the placement process by completing the district’s Parental Input Form.

If you are unable to download the form at home, please contact the school's office to request a hard copy. It will be sent to you by mail.

We value your input and we encourage you to share your insight. If you choose to participate, please return the form to the main office of your child's school, no-later-than Monday, June 17, 2019.

MVMS PROJECT COOPERATION 2019: REGISTER NOW

Posted June 17 at 12:50pm

Registration for the 2019 Project Cooperation is now open. This is a three-day summer program specifically designed for students entering sixth-grade at Minisink Valley Middle School in the fall.

Program Links: Information letter to parents/guardians • Registration form

In the summer of 2018, Project Cooperation served approximately 200 incoming sixth-grade students.

“This is a unique opportunity for Otisville and Minisink graduates to get to know one another,” said Jennifer Pagnanella, who coordinates the project with fellow middle school English teacher Nick Prezioso. “It goes a long way in easing the anxiety of starting the school year in a new building, with new peers and personnel.”

MVHS CLUBS JOIN EFFORTS TO EFFECT LOCAL AND GLOBAL CHANGE

Posted June 17 at 11:13am

Recycling 8,500 plastic bottles may seem like a humble effort toward solving the planet’s plastic problem. But the reach of Minisink Valley FBLA’s Recycling for Change program aims far beyond reducing the impact of plastic waste.

 

In collaboration with the new Environmental Club started by special education teacher Anthony Muccari, FBLA students launched Recycling for Change last year. They began by placing recycling bins for bottles/cans in the cafeteria, media center, and select classrooms throughout the high school building.

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