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MINISINK VALLEY INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL

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

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 IS THE DEADLINE TO ENSURE YOUR CHILD IS UP-TO-DATE ON ALL REQUIRED VACCINATIONS; REMEMBER NEW STATE LEGISLATION REMOVES NON-MEDICAL EXEMPTIONS FROM SCHOOL VACCINATION REQUIREMENTS FOR CHILDREN

Posted June 25 at 10:41am

PARENTS AND GUARDIANS: The deadline to be in compliance with new state legislation which eliminates non-medical exemptions from school vaccination requirements is Tuesday, SEPTEMBER 17.

ALL vaccinations must be up-to-date.  Please be sure your children are in compliance, as required by law. If they are not, they will not be able to attend school.

EVERYBODY BACK IN THE POOL! HIGH SCHOOL POOL REOPENS MONDAY, SEPT. 16!

Posted September 13 at 3:33pm

Fall Aquatics Schedule

(Effective Sept. 16 to Nov. 30)

 

Lap Swimming

Monday & Wednesday 7:45 to 9 p.m.

Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Recreational Swim

Tuesday & Thursday 7:45 to 9 p.m.

Saturday 1 to 3 p.m.

 

Admission:

Senior Citizens $1

General Admission $2

Families $5

 

Pool Closed:

Sept. 27 to 30

Oct. 8, 11-14

Nov. 8-11 and 28-30

 

Aquatics Director:

Megan Donnelly

MDonnelly@Minisink.com

Office: 355-5879

WORLD FAMOUS HARLEM WIZARDS BASKETBALL SHOW COMES TO MINISINK VALLEY ON SEPT. 26; VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO HELP WITH THE GAME!

Posted September 9 at 1:35pm

The Harlem Wizards are returning to Minisink Valley on Thursday, Sept. 26 for a fantastic evening of fun and basketball antics!

 

Wizards shows are “awe-inspiring” or, as the kids and teens say, “off the hizzle!” There will be “oohs and aahs” created by the thunderous, sky-high slams. Plus, there’s the humor of seeing the teachers being good sports and having fun on the court with the Wizards. The comedy, the audience participation, the spontaneity delivered will add up to fantastic night!

 

 

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WEAR GOLD ON SEPT. 27 TO SUPPORT PEDATRIC CANCER RESEARCH FUNDING AWARENESS

Posted September 9 at 8:45am

SEPTEMBER is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Please consider having your child wear gold/yellow on Friday, Sept. 27 to support to those suffering/recovering from childhood cancer and raise awareness that there are many suffering/recovering.

 

 

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HAPPY FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL!

Posted September 5 at 10:49am

Minisink Valley students had a fabulous first day of school yesterday, Sept. 4

Be sure to visit the district’s Facebook page,  https://www.facebook.com/MinisinkValleyCSD/, and view the six photo galleries which give a great glimpse of all the learning and fun which went on during opening day!

SCHOOL OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4!

Posted August 23 at 3:33pm

The 2019-2020 school year begins Wednesday, Sept. 4!


Have a restful, happy and safe rest of the summer break! We are looking forward to a fantastic year!   

'SchoolTool' WILL NOW BE USED FOR PROGRESS REPORT AND REPORT CARD DISTRIBUTION FOR ALL K-12 STUDENTS

Posted July 23 at 2:37pm

The Minisink Valley School District will distribute progress reports and report cards electronically via SchoolTool beginning this upcoming school year.

 

Providing electronic documents to parents/guardians allows them to quickly receive important information about their child’s academic progress and grade reports. It also allows the district to eliminate paper and postage costs to get this important information to parents/guardians while using SchoolTool’s innovative technology capabilities in a completely secure way.

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SUMMER CONSTRUCTION ALERTS FOR THE HIGH SCHOOL AND OTHER BUILDINGS AT THE MAIN CAMPUS

Posted June 27 at 10:40am

Please be aware of the work which is getting ready to start, or already in progress,  at the high school and at other buildings on the main campus:

 

·         Track resurfacing and the building of a retaining wall

·         Upgrading HVAC system, including new air handling unit, and upgrade controls

·         Replacement of floor tiles in boys and girls locker rooms and in various bathrooms

·         Replacement of pool lighting to LED lighting

·         Replacement of ADA chair in pool

·         Upgrading high school elevator

·         Replacement and upgrading of exiting electrical panels in the 1974 building

·         Removal of vinyl asbestos tile (VAT) in 17 classrooms and replace with vinyl composite tile (VCT)

·         Removal of exterior slate on 1958 building and replace with new EIFS system.

 


We appreciate your understanding of this important work. Thank you.
 

HIGH SCHOOL POOL TO BE CLOSED THIS SUMMER

Posted June 27 at 9:02am

Because of the capital project work scheduled for this summer, the high school pool will be closed all summer.  This includes open swim, lap swim and lessons.   


Please watch for updates regarding a Fall 2019 opening.


Thank you for your understanding!

HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND FOOTBALL FIELD TO BE CLOSED JUNE 29 TO OCT. 1 FOR SCHEDULED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT WORK

Posted June 26 at 1:04pm

The Minisink Valley High School track and football field will be closed from June 29 through Oct. 1 for scheduled capital improvement project work.


The district is replacing the surface of the high school track this summer due to the heavy traffic from athletes, education classes and community use.


Replacement will enable the district to continue to share track’s use with the community while maintaining a safe area that will maximize our athletes’ performance. 


Thank you for your understanding! 



KINDERGARTEN GRADUATION AND FIFTH-GRADE MOVING UP CEREMONY PHOTOS AVAILABLE ON THE DISTRICT'S FACEBOOK PAGE

Posted June 26 at 12:06pm

Did the special Minisink Valley kindergarten student in your life graduate from Otisville Elementary or Minisink Valley Elementary?

Or, did your special fifth-grader "move up" to middle school during ceremonies held at Minisink Valley Intermediate School and Otisville Elementary?

Visit the district's Facebook page,  Minisink Valley Central School District,  to see photo galleries of these memorable occasions!


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