• Attention all VC Families!!

    The Valley Central School District announces its anticipated half-day & full-day Universal Prekindergarten (UPK) Program for 2019-2020.

    Eligible children include those who reside in the district and who will be 4 years old on or before December 1, 2019.

    If you have an eligible child or know someone who has an eligible child, please share this information with them. A Parent Information Night and Vendor Fair will be held on Thursday, January 31, 2019 at 7:00 PM in the Berea Elementary Cafeteria (snow date is Tuesday, February 5th). The application period runs from January 31, 2019 through March 14, 2019. Please visit the UPK website for additional information, click on the Universal Prekindergarten link found on the left side menu.

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  • Mental Health Flyer

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  • VCHS Performing Arts Presents "Twisted Tales"  November 14 7pm VCHS

    VCHS Performing Arts Department is proud to present "Twisted Tales" -a new spin on nursery rhymes and stories from our childhood. At the VCHS Auditorium.
    TWO K-8 children are FREE with every paying Adult ($5). HS Students $3 pre-purchase and $5 at the door.

    Twisted Tales flyer

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  • VC Corinne Feller Memorial Varsity Basketball Tournament Nov 28 5:30PM Nov 30 5:30PM


    Valley Central, John S. Burke, Marlboro and Wallkill Varsity Girl's Teams will participate in the VC Corinne Feller Memorial Varsity Basketball Tournament on Nov. 28th and Nov. 30th
    (Snow Date: Nov. 29/ Dec. 1 respectively)
    Team members and fans can bring a donation of canned goods in lieu of a donation fee. Items collected will be donated to the Town of Montgomery Food Pantry which services the entire Valley Central community. 
    All proceeds will benefit the Corinne Feller Memorial Scholarship Fund, a component fund of the Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan, To date, $54,000 in scholarships has been awarded to outstanding graduating seniors at Valley Central.


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    Jingle Bell Rockin' Reindeer Run/Walk Dec 8 10AM VCHS

    One mile fitness run/walk to benefit the MES Fitness for Kidz Trail.
    Cost: $10/entry (no shirt) or $15/entry (includes short sleeve tee shirt)
    Join the “Herd” and celebrate the holidays with this fun race/walk for all ages (parents and siblings welcome!). Get in the spirit of the season! Tie bells to your shoes, get out those antlers, red noses or festive costumes and have some fun!
    Parent supervision is required (parent participation is not mandatory). 
    **If ordering a tee shirt your registration must be received no later than Tuesday, November 27th 
    For more information:

    reindeer run

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  • NJHS Stuff the Bus for BackPack Snack Attack at ShopRite December 15 10AM-3PM


    The VCMS National Junior Honor Society is sponsoring 
    STUFF THE BUS to support the BackPack Snack Attack Program. 
    The BackPack Snack Attack Program provides 6 meals and snacks each weekend to students who receive free breakfast/lunch during the week. 

    stuff the bus 2017

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  • The Regular meeting of the Board of Education is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, November 13, 2018, at 5:30 p.m. in the Administration Building. Following the Regular meeting (Consent Agenda only) it is anticipated that the Board of Education will move into Executive Session to conduct a Board Retreat during which Board and/or Superintendent interpersonal relationships addressing topics such as leadership, governance and cooperation will be discussed that may touch on confidential student matters and matters related to the employment histories of particular staff members.


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    The Audit Committee Meeting scheduled for November 13, 2018 at 5:30pm at the Administration Offices has been postponed until December 10, 2018.


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  • The Orange County Department of Health and the Orange County Medical Society want you to be aware that the flu season will again be on its way. Please see letter from the Commissioner of Health (Spanish version) with her recommendations.


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  • All transportation inquiries should be directed to Helen Herbert at East End Bus Company. 

    Her direct number is 244-8660 x1801.


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  • Valley Central has moved to a new student management system called schooltool. To continue thorough communications with parents, we are implementing the new parent portal in schooltool. For more information please click here.


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  • Dignity for All Students Act
    Important DASA Documents
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  • Child Abuse is Everyone's Problem

    Please click here for information on ways to REPORT IT NOW!


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  • 13 Reasons Why - What Parents Need to Know

    Valley Central School District wants parents to be aware of the popular Netflix original series, 13 Reasons Why.  We urge parents to research the series to fully understand what your child may be exposed to. Please read the letter from the Superintendent and also review the important talking points about the miniseries.


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  • On January 30th 2017, the Valley Central Board of Education approved the Smart Schools Investment Plan.  Smart Schools funding as proposed in the SSIP will allow Valley Central to invest in network infrastructure upgrades as well as improved video and door security technologies. Read more about the SSIP here.


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  • NY State Dept of Education has issued a regulation for testing of potable water in all schools.  Valley Central has complied with the collection and submission of samples from all potable water outlets in the District.  All test results will be posted on the website as soon as possible.  Please note that result times are subject to lab wait times, which cannot be determined by the school or the state. 

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  • The Valley Central School District has been served with tax certiorari proceedings from Allegiance Healthcare for the last four school years. Although the District would be impacted by any reductions in the assessments of the District’s largest taxpayer in the form of court-ordered refunds, it is not automatically a party to those proceedings. To better protect the District’s significant financial stake in the outcome of such proceedings, the Board of Education has decided to intervene which will ensure that the District’s legal counsel will be able to actively participate in all court developments, including settlement negotiations.


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  • The fiscal affairs of the Valley Central School District for the period beginning on July 1, 2014 and ending on June 30, 2015, have been examined by Nugent & Haeussler, P.C., and their independent audit report and management letter has been filed. Click here for more information.


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  • The Board of Education wishes to provide follow up information on the impact of the Veteran Tax Exemption which was granted last year. Click here to view.


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  • Education Funding

    Please click on chalkboard to read a message from the Superintendent and a copy of his letter to Governor Cuomo.

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  • The Valley Central School District is one of 13 local districts who will benefit from the Teaching is the Core (TITC) grant received by Orange-Ulster BOCES. Click here to read more.
    District Assessment Review

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  • FYI
    How should you share concerns about District practices or personnel?
    Click Here

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  •  go green
    Click here to read Dr. Hooley's letter regarding the availability of paperless progress reports and report cards through the Parent Portal.

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  • To all our Maybrook Families-
    Please send any requests for records to:
    Valley Central School District
    944 State Route 17K
    Montgomery, NY 12549
    or you may fax your request to:
    (845) 457-4456
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  • School Policy regarding Athletics/Concussion Management can be found here.
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  • NYSED State Education Department Policy now prohibits all students from bringing cell phones and certain other electronic devices into a classroom or other location where a New York State assessment is being administered. Click here for more info.
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  • District Report Card  The 2015-16 NYS Report Card is now available.

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