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MEMORIAL DAY SCHOOL CLOSING: THURSDAY, MAY 23 - MONDAY, MAY 27

Posted May 22 at 9:02am

Minisink Valley schools will be closed Thursday, May 23, through Monday, May 27. Thursday, May 23, was declared a giveback day due to unused snow days. Friday, May 24, through Monday, May 27, marks the observance of Memorial Day. This important holiday commemorates men and women who have given their lives in military service to our country.

In remembrance of our brave soldiers, the American Legion George Smith Post 1607 will host the annual Memorial Day parade in Unionville on Monday, May 27, beginning at 10:30 a.m. MV Middle School Band, the High School Warrior Marching Band, JROTC (Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps), and several other youth groups will be marching, as they do each year. All community members are encouraged to participate. 

Classes will resume Tuesday, May 28.

BOARD OF EDUCATION TO MEET THURSDAY, MAY 30 AT 8 P.M. TO DISCUSS REVISED, PROPOSED SCHOOL BUDGET

Posted May 23 at 4:00pm

The Minisink Valley Board of Education will hold a Finance Committee meeting on Thursday, May 30 at 8 p.m. in the middle school auditorium, where the Board and Administration will discuss next steps in the formation of a revised, proposed 2019-20 school budget.

 

Public comment will take place after this discussion is completed. The community is invited to attend.

 

In addition, the Board of Education will hold an additional budget meeting on Tuesday, June 4 at 8 p.m. in the middle school auditorium for the purposes of budget discussions and finalizing a proposed 2019-20 budget for adoption at the end of the meeting. The budget adoption will take place at the meeting in accordance with the statutory time frame required for the statewide re-vote on June 18. The community is invited to attend.

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NINE BOYS VARISTY BASEBALL PLAYERS HONORED AT ANNUAL SENIOR RECOGNITION DAY

Posted May 23 at 2:29pm

The Minisink Valley varsity boy’s baseball team recognized nine team members who are graduating next month during its annual Senior Recognition Day, held prior to its game against Port Jervis, on May 17.

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JROTC CADETS REMEMBER AND HONOR THE FALLEN

Posted May 23 at 11:59am

IN MEMORY AND HONOR OF FALLEN HEROES, 24 Minisink Valley JROTC cadets laid 3,300 American flags at the Goshen Veterans Cemetery on Tuesday, May 21. We thank them for their service and for representing their community in this annual, commemorative ceremony.

GETTING CLOSER! 'GUITARS UNDER THE STARS' EVENT TO TAKE PLACE MAY 30; ALL PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT THE UPCOMING AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY 'RELAY FOR LIFE'

Posted May 23 at 9:53am

Plans are progressing for the Minisink Valley High School Guitar Club’s “Guitars Under the Stars” fundraiser, which supports the high school’s first Relay for Life event to beneift the American Cancer Society.

 

The school community is invited to attend the fundraiser raiser, which takes place on Wednesday, May 29 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the high school’s courtyard.

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A CELEBRATION OF DIVERSITY TAKES STUDENTS AROUND THE WORLD

Posted May 23 at 9:35am

In celebration of their culture, MVHS students in Nicole Golder’s ENL classes recently presented to each other and a few guests on their heritage and native countries.

The English Language Learners (ELLs) created slideshows and shared with their classmates about favorite places, foods, customs, beliefs, sayings, and interesting cultural differences in their countries of birth.

Representing Haiti, Mexico, China, Taiwan, Guatemala, Puerto Rico, the Philippines, and the Dominican Republic, some students brought in T-shirts and traditional objects, and shared iconic foods such as recado with masa (tamales), gulaman (gelatin) flavored as buko pandan (coconut), and arequipe.

CANCELLATION: MVMS UKULELE CLUB PERFORMANCE AT MIDDLETOWN CONCERT ON MAY 23

Posted May 23 at 9:35am

Tonight's SUMMER CONCERT SERIES in Middletown has been cancelled due to impending storms. MVMS UKULELE CLUB was one of tonight's acts. The good news is that the concert has been rescheduled for Saturday, June 8, 2 p.m., at Run 4 Downtown Park.

Having made their mark at the first-ever Youth Music Festival in Middletown last May, the MS Ukulele Club is now an item on the local music scene and was invited to perform in the city’s popular Summer Concert Series!

Come out to enjoy and applaud them on JUNE 8!!

EVERY DAY IS EARTH DAY FOR OTISVILLE ELEMENTARY STUDENTS!

Posted May 23 at 8:53am

Otisville Elementary students would certainly tell us that every day should be Earth Day!

 

On May 22, students gathered to demonstrate and promote environmental awareness and protection of our planet.

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MV TRACK & FIELD ATHLETES CAP RECORD-SETTING SEASON WITH QUALIFICATION FOR NATIONALS

Posted May 22 at 12:46pm

The boys and girls varsity track & field teams competed in the OCIAA Championships on May 16-17, highlighted by the latest in a season full of record-setting performances in the boys distance relays.

 

In the final event of the first day of competition, the boys 4x800 relay team of sophomores Steven Struk and Chalen Bobish combined with seniors Aiden Berlinski and Caelan Munsch for a commanding victory in 7:59.15. This win breaks the magic 8:00 barrier for the first time in program history, posts a seven-second improvement on the previous program record, and achieves a national championship-qualifying mark in the process.  

VOTERS REJECT PROPOSED BUDGET AND SCHOOL BUS PROPOSITION; BOARD OF EDUCATION TO MEET MAY 30 TO DISCUSS NEXT STEPS

Posted May 21 at 9:41pm

On Tuesday, May 21, Minisink Valley Central School District residents rejected the 2019-2020 school budget in a 1,795 to1,168 vote.

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MINISINK VALLEY ELEMENTARY STUDENTS HAVE A BLAST EXPLORING VEHICLES DURING ANNUAL TRANSPORTATION DAY

Posted May 21 at 1:23pm

On a crisp, sunny day, what’s more fun that being outside and getting to explore some really, really cool vehicles?

 

That’s what Minisink Valley Elementary kindergarteners, first-graders and second-graders did during the school’s annual Transportation Day.

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