Tickets are on sale now for the middle school’s production of ‘Frozen Jr.’ on March 5 and 6

Let it go! Let it go! Do you want to build a snowman? Love is an open door! Tickets are on sale for the Minisink Valley Middle School Drama Club’s production of Frozen Jr. on Thursday, March 5 and Friday, March 6, both at 7 p.m. A story of true love and acceptance between sisters, …

Minisink Valley seniors share their OU BOCES Career and Technical Education experiences at recent OU BOCES Media Day

Minisink Valley High School seniors Chrislyn Nunez-Donald and Ashley Bonner were members of a student panel who shared their Orange-Ulster BOCES Career and Technical Education (CTE) experiences and future plans during O-U BOCES’ recent Media Day. Local dignitaries, community members and media representatives attended the gathering held in support of CTE Month, a public awareness …

High school sprint medley team breaks 44-year school record while qualifying for March 13 indoor national championship meet

Congratulations to the Minisink Valley sprint medley team for breaking a 44-year school record which also qualified them for the upcoming Indoor National Championships at The Armory in New York City on March 13. Dennis Neidhardt, Adam Burger, Steve Struk and Chalen Bobish ran an official fully automatic timing (FAT) of 3:38.92. Individual times were: …

Two remaining classrooms impacted by Jan. 21 water line break reopened today, Feb. 25

The last two classrooms affected by the Jan. 21 water line break reopened today, Feb. 25. The work was completed under the guidance of the safety/risk management team from Orange-Ulster BOCES and the New York State Department of Labor. All the necessary safeguards were adhered to as this project was completed. We remain grateful to …

Varsity cheerleading team wins Section IX championship!

Congratulations to the Minisink Valley varsity cheerleading team, winners of the cheerleading Section IX Championship held on Feb. 22 at Monroe-Woodbury High School! The team will represent Minisink Valley and Section IX at the NYSPHSAA Championships on March 7 at the Gordon Field House at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)!

District officials meet with Assemblyman Karl Brabenec as part of ongoing meetings to discuss Minisink Valley’s forthcoming proposed school budget

District officials met with 98th District Assemblyman Karl Brabenec on Feb. 20 to reinforce the need for Minisink Valley to get its fair share of state aid,  as state officials continue to work on finalizing the state’s budget. This was the third in a series of meetings with state elected officials. Superintendent Brian Monahan and …

Otisville and Minisink Valley elementary schools mark the district’s official 100th day of school

Today, Feb. 21, the  young students at Otisville Elementary and Minisink Valley Elementary marked the district’s official 100th day of school! These little students always look adorable in their fancy 100th day hats — and 100th day ties — and create beautiful projects to commemorate the day. To see photo galleries from both schools, visit …

Area law enforcement partnerships continue with Feb. 20 K-9 lock down drills at high school and middle school

A K-9 lock down drill was held at Minisink Valley High School and Middle School today, Feb. 20, as part of the longstanding partnership the district has with regional law enforcement agencies. The drill is part of regular facility reviews as well as different types of drills held at all district buildings throughout the year. …

Five Minisink Valley FBLA members advance to state competition after stellar FBLA District 3N spring meeting performances

Five members of the Minisink Valley High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Club are advancing to state competition after their outstanding performances at the recent FBLA District 3N spring meeting. Results were: Naomi Hernandez:  1st place in Computer Problem Solving Jada Vail:  1st place in Public Speaking Freddie Gadol:  2nd place in Sports …

District officials meet with State Sen. Jen Metzger to stress Minisink Valley’s need to receive its fair share of state aid

As the work continues in the development of Minisink Valley’s 2020-21 proposed school budget, Minisink Valley Superintendent Brian Monahan and Assistant Superintendent Patrick Witherow met with State Sen. Jen Metzger on Feb. 14 to reinforce the need for her help to ensure Minisink Valley gets its fair share of state aid as state officials continue …

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