School districts in New York State must continue to issue employment certificates to qualified applicants, including during school closures. Information enclosed.
Washingtonville High School Grade 11 student and JROTC Cadet Angelica Tripodianos is the recipient of the 2020 Dwight D. Eisenhower Leadership Award, which is bestowed by the Parents Club of West Point.
Washingtonville Central School District is proud to announce that Washingtonville High School (WHS) senior Michael Wason has been named the Orange-Ulster BOCES Career and Technical Education (CTE) valedictorian.
WHS students and teachers are being encouraged to submit their favorite poem or a poem they have written to Mrs. Todaro in person or by email. The deadline is April 30. The poem will be placed on the poetry board outside of her classroom, and if you’re interested, you will have an opportunity to read it on BGTV!
While there, they were able to meet local State representatives James Skoufis and Colin Schmitt, take a tour of the building, and enjoy the architecture and interesting exhibits.
Throughout the school year, “Best Buddies” meet to conquer new activities. High School students of all grade levels spend time with students in the Aspire class, ultimately becoming “best buddies.”
Kudos to WHS Grade 10 student Andrew Marchese, who competed in the New York State Wrestling Tournament this past weekend.
The Washingtonville High School Foreign Language Honor Society is hosting International Night on March 13 from 6 - 8:30 PM in the High School Auditorium and Large Cafeteria
Washingtonville is nestled in the iconic Hudson Valley, just west of the Hudson River and 60 miles north of New York City. It is the home of the Brotherhood Winery and only 20 minutes from West Point and Woodbury Commons. Our residents are passionate about their schools, which shows in the support they give each year to our academic, athletic, and arts programs.
Washingtonville offers Pre-K through Grade 12, serves a population of over 4,500 students, and is composed of three elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. The District is among the highest graduation rates in Orange County at 93 percent, 13 percentage points above the New York State average.