Members of the Washingtonville Central School District community are invited to Washingtonville High School on Friday, January 31, 2020 at 7:00 pm for a dedication ceremony for the building’s newly renovated auditorium.
The Washingtonville High School Girls Basketball team is hosting a 5 Hour Clinic Girls/Boys Grades 4-6 on February 17 from 8:30 - 1:30 PM.
Students are investigating different theories regarding the Mayan civilization. They will then teach their classmates about the theory they analyzed and vote on which one they are in favor of!
The young scholars are learning about the various elements of a laptop, how to successfully log onto Chromebooks, and how to use the internet safely--and they are enjoying every minute of it.
Congratulations to Marisela Colangelo, Ryan Hendricks, Mr. Clough, and Mrs. Diemer!
NIck jumped 15’ 8” in a recent pole vault competition, which ranks him number one in New York State!
The next Parent Workshop will be held on February 6 at the Teacher Center at Round Hill Elementary School from 6:30-8 PM. You will learn practical, everyday strategies to raise thriving children, including resiliency skills, ways to support emotional and social development, and various resources and networks for children and families.
The Washingtonville Central School District is committed to creating an environment where we meet the needs of all whom we serve. We strive to make our facilities and technology accessible to all students, staff and visitors in accordance with WCAG 2.0 Level AA guidelines.
Each month the funds were donated to the Greater Washingtonville Lions Club, which is building an inclusive playground in Washingtonville.
Kudos to Round Hill Elementary School for collecting over six pounds of Little Bites wrappers from September to December!
On Friday, January 10, the Taft PTA will hold it’s Family Fun Night, a Blacklight Bubble Bus Glow Party from 6 to 8 PM in Taft Elementary School’s cafeteria.
Washingtonville High School is now accepting applications for the spring Driver Education program. The program provides ample training about how to drive safely, allows for senior driving privileges at 17 years old upon completion, and lowers insurance premiums (contact your provider for details).
The creative juices were flowing as students decorated gingerbread houses!
Members of the Washingtonville High School chorus and band sprinkled holiday cheer by playing various seasonal songs.
Students at Taft Elementary School have been recycling bottles to earn money to donate to various community organizations and events. T
Students got creative during the December meetup for Best Buddies.
Just before the holiday break, students jumped into the space and put the new equipment to the test by making cookies. Yum!
Students visited various locations throughout the school and sang holiday favorites such as “Frosty the Snowman” and “Let It Snow.”
Kindergarten students and parent volunteers created festive masterpieces using an array of edible delights.
The District’s Technology Integration Specialist has been working with the class to code Edison Robots, programmable robots designed to be a complete STEM teaching resource.
For the second straight season, members of the Washingtonville High School eSports team have advanced to the High School Esports League National Playoffs.
Student volunteers at Washingtonville Middle School recently spent time wrapping presents purchased for the Spirit of Giving program.
ATF bomb-sniffing dog Conley joined the police officers, making his way around the school to say hi!
Mrs. Brennen’s class learned how to “grow” candy canes and took “sELFIEs” with the holiday decor in the hallway.
He proposed collecting change from staff members to use to help buy presents for a family in need.
The Washingtonville Middle School Junior Community Service Club held two bake sales to raise money to adopt a family this holiday season.
Mark your calendars! The Washingtonville High School National Art Honor Society is hosting its 3rd Annual Glaze Your Own Bowl/Mug Fundraiser on January 11.
Washingtonville High School is offering free weekly regents review sessions as a reinforcement for learning. To sign up for a session, please visit the main office at the High School.
Some Washingtonville Middle School students took time to slow down this holiday season and help families in need within our school community by volunteering for the school’s Spirit of Giving program.
In an effort to support the fight against men's cancers, the Washingtonville High School Wizards Against Cancer Club initiated No-Shave November.
Students were encouraged to dress up as their hero--someone they admired for his or her courageousness.
Physical Education teachers at Taft Elementary School are taking advantage of the snow by having students sled down the playground hill and snowshoe around the playground.
This year marks the first time that Washingtonville High School has student bowling teams.
Some highlights from Veteran Lunch, special tributes were given by Grade 1 students, the chorus, the Student Council, and Mrs. Williams. Happy Veterans Day to all, thank you for all that you do for our country!
Every Friday, Taft Elementary School Aspire students look forward to a visit from Tails for Tales.
The talented cast, along with a team of hardworking crew members, will present the story of Harold Hill.
Little Britain Elementary School started off the school year by focusing on each child’s name, encouraging students to discuss with their families the story behind their names.
To celebrate Veterans Day and honor our military families, Little Britain Elementary School held a special event.
In preparation for the weekend, club members visited the organization’s headquarters to bag up donated items.
Based on their interests, each student signed up to view three different career presentations given by parent volunteers, Washingtonville staff, and community members.
In honor of Veterans Day, Mr. Forrester invited Air Force Major Kathy Sileno to talk to her Grade 6 students.
Congratulations to Washingtonville High School students Elissa Miller (Grade 12), Katherine Kline (Grade 11), Olivia Brown (Grade 11), and Kate Kennedy (Grade 9) for qualifying for the NYS Swim Championships in the 200-yard and 400-yard freestyle relays.
Students enrolled in Ms. Benjamin’s Technical Mathematics & Computer Science class have been experimenting with Edison Robots.
The senior has signed a letter of intent to play Division I Tennis at Marist College!
While there, the High School students acted as mentors, demonstrating science-based, hands-on exercises for the Elementary students.
Washingtonville High School’s new weight room showcases Wizard spirit at its best with blue and gold equipment.
It was a Hoedown at Taft Elementary School on Friday, November 1.
Lunch Wagons are a popular commodity at Round Hill Elementary School.
“What is the story of your name?” is a popular question buzzing around Little Britain Elementary School.
Karaoke Club is a crowd favorite at Little Britain Elementary School.
Washingtonville Middle School students were happy to participate in the first Wizard Wednesday of the year!
The Washingtonville Varsity Volleyball team honored its senior players.
Taft Elementary School won a grant from Danone and ShopRite to promote innovative fitness in education.
Every student at Round Hill Elementary School planted a bulb with the promise to be drug-free.
The Aspire class was busy making items such as cinnamon buns, egg sandwiches, and yogurt parfaits.
Washingtonville Middle School students enjoyed a scavenger hunt during study hall for Red Ribbon Week.
Little Britain students enjoyed the school’s Scholastic Book Fair.
The Washingtonville School community gathered for Homecoming festivities on October 19.
Students showed their pride by participating in the various spirit week days.
Two Round Hill classes partner up every Friday to give the students an enriching experience.
Little Britain Elementary School showed their appreciation to their bus drivers today by hosting a breakfast.
When Channel 12 News BGTV students had the opportunity to experience the field firsthand
Washingtonville Middle School hosted a social welcoming all of its new students.
Students learned various fire safety tactics and drills from the Washingtonville Fire Department.
Fashion design students at Washingtonville High School are jumping into the school year with pencils and paper.
“When I say WIZARD, you say NATION” could be heard coming from Washingtonville High School on Friday, October 4.
Charles Martin, School Resource Officer at Washingtonville High School, was recognized at Assemblyman Colin Schmitt’s Inaugural “Salute to First Responders” Ceremony.
The Basketball Coaches Association of New York recognized Washingtonville Boys’ Basketball Coaches Todd Rose and Matt Donaldson at their annual coaches clinic held at SUNY Cortland
This event gives students and their families the opportunity to meet one another and get to know the administrators.
Students enrolled in Clay class at Washingtonville High School are kicking off the school year by creating handmade food bowls!
The woodworking shop at Washingtonville High School is a hidden gem!
Grade 6 Team Integrity students are settling into the Middle School nicely.
Grade 1 students at Taft Elementary School were jumping for joy as they used Chromebooks for the first time.
The Office of Special Services made the summer session for Early Intervention very exciting for students
Kindergarten students at Round Hill Elementary School have been busy creating self-portraits!
The 2019-2020 school year is off to a great start!
Senator James Skoufis played a major role in securing the Full-Day Kindergarten program for the District.
Deputy Superintendent Dr. Washington made his way through the hallways of Washingtonville on the first few days of school.
Round Hill Elementary School opened its doors to the Class of 2032, the first students to experience Full-Day Kindergarten classes at the Washingtonville Central School District!
I have been grateful for the generous welcome I have received from the entire Washingtonville community. I look forward to assuming the position of Superintendent of Schools on October 1st.
They have stocked the outdoor library at Round Hill Elementary School with various school supplies for whoever needs them.
Round Hill Elementary School welcomed Mayda Amabile as its new Assistant Principal on August 5. During Mrs. Amabile’s first year, she looks forward to establishing relationships and building trust with faculty, staff, students, families, and the community at large.