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March 8, 2021
The regular meeting of the Board of Education was called to order in the Administration Building at 6:30 p.m. by President […]
[…] under the heading of “Student Activity Programs”. New extra-curricular or co-curricular activities added during the school year will also be subject to this policy. Any activity that normally originates from a subject class is NOT included under the Academic Eligibility policies. School functions that are considered social activities (Proms, Dances, Spectators at school events, […]
[…] Health Office and Immunizations | Homework | Library | Lockers | Loitering | Lost and Found | Marking Policy | Medication | National Junior Honor Society | Non-Disclosure Policy | Parent Groups | Parent Portal | Passes | Physical Education | Post Session | School Counselors I School Emergencies (Delays and Closings) | School Socials […]
[…] of the Cooperative Board, the Executive Officer appointed a District-wide School Safety
Identification of School Teams
The School District has created a District-wide School Safety Team consisting of, but not limited to, representatives of the school board, students, teachers, administrators, parent organizations, school safety personnel and other school personnel. The members of the team and their […]
[…] be getting a call from your secondary administrators early next week in order to assist us in updating our plan.
We would like your feedback and will have another Zoom meeting on Wednesday, April 21st at 6:30 p.m. in order to answer any questions you may have on the most recent guidelines. You can access […]
[…] your continued support and encouragement.
It is said that difficult times produce endurance, and endurance produces character, and character produces hope. We have missed our students and we know that they are also missing out on a great deal by not being in the classrooms regularly. We believe our plan can bring more students back […]
FAQ’s – Valley Central Returning to Learning">
[…] The Registered Professional Nurse in each building shall review the immunization mandates annually to insure compliance.
Each student must present acceptable proof of immunity upon registration. Students will not be allowed to register without acceptable proof of adequate immunity. The following constitutes acceptable proof: documents indicating the required receipt of all vaccines such as a […]
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[…] a combination of the asynchronous and synchronous methods described above. The level of synchronous instruction will vary depending on the number of students who choose this method.
Can non-teaching staff work remotely if they prefer?
At this time, we need teachers to teach remotely for those students who are engaged in distance learning. School district operations […]
The Orange County Department of Health (OCDOH) released this FAQ for Schools Pre-K through 12th grade. Please note that schools are required to adhere to the NYSDOH guidance.
Ql: When and how should we report positive COVID-19 cases to OCDOH?
A. Immediately notify OCDOH if a student, faculty, staff member or volunteer tests positive for COVID-19 […]
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ACADEMIC INTERVENTION SERVICES
Academic Intervention Services is a required instructional support provided to students who do not meet the identified benchmarks on standardized testing as identified by the State Education Department and the Valley Central School District. Services will be provided during the school day by the reading or math specialists, […]