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THEATER COMPANY BRINGS FAMOUS DETECTIVE TO THE OTISVILLE STAGE

Posted October 16 at 3:26pm

The world’s most famous detective, Sherlock Holmes himself, came to the Otisville Elementary School to take on a mysterious case with the help of students, including our own Dr. Watson!

 

Three pages from the 300-year-old childhood diary of Queen Elizabeth I had been torn off and gone missing. What might those pages reveal and whom might benefit from the information? Using his legendary powers of deduction, the great detective solved the case right before the students' eyes. And since there is no pausing or rewinding in theater, the audience was captivated.

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CONGRATULATIONS MINISINK VALLEY VOLLEYBALL TEAM

Posted October 16 at 1:51pm

By Coach Ellen Lain

The volleyball team has captured the OCIAA Division 2 Championship with a division record of 6 wins and no losses.

The team's overall season record to date is 10 wins and 1 loss, with four games left to play. The Warriors are looking forward to competing in the upcoming Section 9 Class AA  tournament.

THEY WENT WALKING AND WHAT DID THEY SEE?

Posted October 16 at 12:24pm

Minisink Valley Elementary School students in Shawne Demberg’s transitional kindergarten class enjoyed their very first StoryWalk on Thursday, Oct. 11. In addition to some exercise and reading, the activity engaged them in a guessing game.

 

Organizer Mia McLean, School Librarian, read to students from “I Went Walking,” as they followed page by page, and illustration by illustration.

 

The story is narrated by a boy out on a walk who is followed by a variety of animals he meets along the way. At each stop he asks, “I went walking and what did I see?” He drops a clue about the next animal and his question invites readers to take a guess at the next animal, before they see it illustrated on the next page.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC BID FOR SCHOOL BUSES AND OTHER EQUIPMENT

Posted October 15 at 12:04pm

The Board of Education of the Minisink Valley Central School District hereby offers via auction on Auctions International, Inc. the following vehicles and equipment that have been declared surplus and/or obsolete:

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MVHS HARVEST CONCERT IS OCT. 16

Posted October 15 at 11:51am

Concert season officially begins in the district when the Minisink Valley High School Music Department presents its Harvest Chorus Concert on Tuesday, Oct. 16 at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium.

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FIREFIGHTERS VISIT MINISINK AND OTISVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS TO MARK FIRE PREVENTION WEEK AND MONTH

Posted October 12 at 2:29pm

Area firefighters visited Minisink and Otisville elementary schools this week as part of activities highlighting October as Fire Prevention Month.

 

Fire Prevention Month (and week) raises awareness about fire safety and home safety to help ensure your home and family are prepared in the case of an emergency.

 

 

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THE FUTURE OF BUSINESS, LEADERSHIP AND INNOVATION

Posted October 11 at 12:50pm

"Educate. Motivate. Innovate.” That was the inspiring call-to-action put to 17 members of Minisink Valley’s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) at the annual fall meeting for the state’s FBLA District 3N, on Oct. 5.

 

"I learn something new each year I attend the fall District Meeting and this year was no exception,” said Evan Stouber, MV’s FBLA President. “I had a great time and met many new members."

 

Keynote speaker, Mario Nacinovich, a managing partner at Axon Communications, commanded the full attention of FBLA members with a riveting speech around the organization’s theme for the 2018-19 school year: “Educate. Motivate. Innovate.”

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SENIOR GIULIANA SADLER WINS VARSITY 845 FEMALE ATHLETE AWARD FOR SEPTEMBER!

Posted October 10 at 10:27am

Congratulations to Senior Giuliana Sadler for winning the Varsity 845 Scholar Athlete Award for September!

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MVHS NHS INVITES YOU TO THE ANNUAL VETERANS PASTA DINNER: Nov. 8, 6-8PM

Posted October 9 at 8:27am

Mark you calendars and make your reservation for one of MVHS's most anticipated annual events, the Annual Veterans Pasta Dinner. On Thursday, Nov. 8, starting at 6 p.m., the JROTC Color Guard will lead the way and set the tone for this civic occasion recognizing the service and sacrifice of Veterans in our community.

Hosted by MVHS National Honor Society, dinner includes a pasta dish, salad, rolls, dessert and beverages. Admission is free for Minisink Valley Veterans. Guest tickets are $5 per person. To reserve call 355-5149 or 355-5151. Dinner will be served between the hours of 6 and 8 p.m. in the school cafetorium. 

CROSS COUNTRY TEAM'S ACT OF KINDNESS HELPS FIND LOST GLASSES

Posted October 5 at 3:27pm

It’s been said that no act of kindness --- no matter how small --- is ever wasted, and Minisink Valley High School’s cross country track team reminds us just how true that it.

 

 

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