Little Britain Elementary School Library Media Specialist Danielle Dyroff was honored by the School Library Media Specialists of Southeastern New York on May 1. Dyroff, who is new to Washingtonville Central School District this school year, received the 2020 Bea Griggs Memorial Incentive Grant, which is awarded annually to a Library Media Specialist in support of an innovative and exemplary program.
The youngsters enjoyed an exciting presentation delivered by a representative from Mad Science, which specializes in the provision of unique science experiences and enrichment activities.
The collection was started in honor of Valentine's Day, asking families and staff members to "show their love" to a homeless pet.
Little Britain Elementary School’s chorus and band members performed for their classmates.
The creative juices were flowing as students decorated gingerbread houses!
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.
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.
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.