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MINISINK VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

P.O. Box 217 Slate Hill, NY 10973
(845)355-5150 / fax (845)355-5198

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.
 

CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE MINISINK VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2019!

Posted June 28 at 11:18pm

Congratulations and best wishes to the Minisink Valley High School Class of 2019!

Visit the district's Facebook page, Minisink Valley Central School District, for a photo gallery of the entire graduation ceremony!

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! 



GIRLS SOFTBALL CAMP NOW ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS; CAMP RUNS JULY 22 to 25

Posted June 26 at 8:35am

Open to all Minisink girls entering grades 4-10, the camp will be directed by players and coaches with the Minisink Valley softball program. Camp dates are July 22 to 25. The goal of the camp is to provide quality instruction at a reasonable price and to promote softball in the school district. The players will be separated into 2 or 3 levels according to their age and their ability.

• Hours: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. • Location: Minisink Valley softball fields
• Cost: $150 p. child • $75 for each additional child in the same family. Fee includes individual instruction, team play, T-shirt and awards
• PROGRAM INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION FORM
• Additional Information: bguyette@minisink.com

2019 WARRIOR CHEER SUMMER CAMP, AGES 5-15: JULY 29 - AUG. 1

Posted June 26 at 8:25am

Hosted by MVHS varsity cheerleaders, under the direction of Coach Patti Archiere, the Warrior Cheer summer camp will cover cheerleading fundamentals (motions, technique), cheer, jumps, dance, training and conditioning, stunting (age appropriate), introduction of the new Game Day format, games and prizes. Cost includes camp t-shirt, bow and spirit stick. 

  • Dates: Monday, July 29 - Thursday, Aug. 1
  • Ages 5- 15
  • Hours: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. • Location: Minisink Valley Intermediate School, gym C
  • Cost: $125 per child • $75 for each additional child (same family)
  • LINK TO REGISTRATION FORM 
  • Additional Information: Contact Coach Archiere at parchiere@minisink.com

MVHS CLUBS JOIN EFFORTS TO EFFECT LOCAL AND GLOBAL CHANGE

Posted June 17 at 11:13am

Recycling 8,500 plastic bottles may seem like a humble effort toward solving the planet’s plastic problem. But the reach of Minisink Valley FBLA’s Recycling for Change program aims far beyond reducing the impact of plastic waste.

 

In collaboration with the new Environmental Club started by special education teacher Anthony Muccari, FBLA students launched Recycling for Change last year. They began by placing recycling bins for bottles/cans in the cafeteria, media center, and select classrooms throughout the high school building.

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SEAL OF BILITERACY TO BE AWARDED TO 20 MINISINK VALLEY SENIORS

Posted June 14 at 1:41pm

Congratulations to the 20 Minisink Valley seniors who will be awarded the Seal of Biliteracy at graduation!

 

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SENIOR MacKENZIE ARNS AWARDED AN APPOINTMENT TO U.S. MILITARY ACADEMY AT WEST POINT

Posted June 12 at 3:21pm

In just a few weeks, senior MacKenzie Arns will be among only a handful of Minisink Valley graduates to enter the prestigious U.S. Military Academy at West Point, and she’s more than ready.

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COUNTY EXECUTIVE YOUTH AWARDS HONOR MINISINK STUDENTS, TEACHER AND BOARD MEMBER

Posted June 12 at 10:36am

Several Minisink Valley students, a MVHS teacher, and a member of the MVCSD Board of Education were recognized before hundreds of guests at the Annual County Executive Youth Awards (ACEYA) luncheon on June 6, at the Kuhl's Highland House in Middletown.

 

For 37 years, with the sponsorship of the County Executive’s Office, the Orange County Youth Bureau and its Youth Advisory Board, the event has been honoring local youth, adults, and organizations who make a difference in Orange communities.

 

In the youth categories, the awards celebrate students whose unique achievements, citizenship, and perseverance might otherwise be overlooked.

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12 STUDENT-ATHLETES SIGN NCAA CELEBRATORY LETTERS

Posted June 12 at 9:21am

Congratulations to the 12 senior student-athletes who signed their NCAA celebratory letters on May 29, committing to compete in Division III sports in the fall, at the colleges of their choice.

 

Coaches highlighted each young athlete’s achievements and leadership qualities, and expressed the district's gratitude to their parents and family members. It is with Minisink pride that we congratulate each of the following seniors and we wish them much success in their future endeavors.

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