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.
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.
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.
Members of the Washingtonville High School chorus and band sprinkled holiday cheer by playing various seasonal songs.
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
The Office of Special Services made the summer session for Early Intervention very exciting for students
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.
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.