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CONGRATULATIONS TO MV GIRLS WRESTLING CHAMPS

Posted February 20 at 12:25pm

CONGRATULATIONS Sofia Macaluso and Mia Macaluso (a.k.a., Macaluso Sisters) on clinching the New York State girls wrestling title!

 

With coach Gallagher in their corner, they continue to blaze a path to Section 9 and state girls wrestling. They competed at the girls Folkstyle State Invitational on Saturday, Feb. 15, at Harry S. Truman High School in New York.

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MV'S BOYS SWIMMING-DIVING TEAM IS OFF TO STATE MEET

Posted February 20 at 11:03am

By Coach Brian Golden

The boys swimming and diving team rocked the pool during Sections on Saturday, Feb. 16, at Valley Central. The 400-free relay team of JJ Henriques, Nate Mason, Owen Colfax and Ryan Pietraszka captured the gold in the final event of the evening and punched their ticket to the state's meet next weekend. Other qualifiers include Jack Bellettiere, Louis Barbone and Kyle Harrison


Great job on an amazing season!

OCBA GIRLS SPORTSMANSHIP BANNER AWARDED TO MINISINK VALLEY!

Posted February 20 at 8:36am

Congratulations to the Minisink Valley Warriors Basketball Program, which received the Orange County Basketball Association (OCBA) Girls Sportsmanship Banner on Feb. 14 prior to the senior recognition home game against the Fallsburg Comets!

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SENIOR TIM MacCHURCH'S DESIGN TO SERVE AS 20TH ANNIVERSARY LOGO FOR OU BOCES' 2YKIDS EVENT

Posted February 19 at 2:38pm

Congratulations to Minisink Valley High School student Tim MacChurch, a student in Orange-Ulster BOCES’ Digital Design and Advertising Program, for being selected to redesign OU BOCES’ Y2Kids logo to mark its 20th anniversary.

 

 

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SLINKY FUN HAS AN APPLICATION IN EIGHTH-GRADE PHYSICAL SCIENCE STUDIES

Posted February 19 at 12:58pm

You might be old enough to remember “The Slinky Song”:

 

“It’s Slinky; it’s Slinky.

“For fun it’s a wonderful toy.”

 

And, Slinkys have a definite place definite place in the science classroom, making "for science it's a wonderful toy."

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ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ACADEMIC LESSONS ARE TIED TO VALENTINE'S DAY FUN

Posted February 19 at 12:34pm

What’s cuter than kindergartners who celebrated Valentine’s Day by making adorable crafts and completing lessons tied to this “heart holiday?”

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THREE MINISINK VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS SELECTED FOR ALL-COUNTY VOCAL JAZZ ENSEMBLE

Posted February 19 at 12:24pm

Congratulations to sophomore Destiny McCullough and junior Penelope Sierra, who will represent Minisink Valley High School at the forthcoming Orange County Music Educators Association (OCMEA) All-County Jazz Festival, to be held March 8 and 9 at Monroe-Woodbury High School. Senior Lizabeth Stanton is also one of the three Minisink Valley students who are members of the Vocal Jazz Ensemble!

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MINISINK VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN ORANGE-ULSTER BOCES' MEDIA DAY TO MARK CTE MONTH

Posted February 19 at 11:04am

Minisink Valley High School students who attend Orange-Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Education (CTE) Program recently showcased their technical programs and skills during a Media Day event held at the Orange Ulster BOCES to mark CTE Month, a public awareness campaign that takes place each February to celebrate the value of CTE programs nationwide.

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MINISINK VALLEY WRESTLERS EARN THREE TITLES THIS SEASON; 'FAB FIVE' TO HEAD TO ALBANY FOR STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Posted February 13 at 3:57pm

Minisink Valley had a dominating performance in capturing the 2019 Section IX Tournament Championship, League Title and Team Duals Title!

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EIGHTH GRADE PARENT NIGHT: TUE., FEB. 19, 6-8PM

Posted February 13 at 11:45am

The annual 8th Grade Parent Information Night will be held Tuesday, Feb. 19, 6-8 p.m., in the High School auditorium. (Snow date: Feb. 20.)

This meeting is designed to help parents of incoming 9th grade students learn about the scheduling process, requirements for graduation, and New York State diploma requirements. Bring any questions you may have about your child's 9th grade program. We hope to see you there. 

For more information about your child's transition to 9th grade, please visit the Counseling Center webpage and consult the 9th Grade Course Offerings, at the bottom of the page. If you have any questions, please call the Counseling Center with any questions at 845.355.5154.


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