Class of 2021 graduation to be held Friday, June 25; please plan now to be in compliance with necessary NYSDOH attendance requirements

Dear Minisink Valley Class of 2021 families: Our planning for the Class of 2021 graduation ceremony continues as we know everyone is interested in learning more about the planning process. At the moment, we continue to look at the feasibility and reality of having one ceremony or several smaller ceremonies. We know it’s tremendously important …

Class of 2021 Senior Car Parade a fun and memorable time for all involved

Thank you to everyone, including our area’s first responders, who worked so hard to make the May 4 Senior Car Parade for our participating Class of 2021 students and families a success! To see photos, visit the district’s Facebook page. To view the video:  Class of 2021 Senior Car Parade

Public budget hearing for proposed 2021-22 school budget is Thursday, May 6 at 6 p.m. with both in-person and Google Meet options

The Minisink Valley Board of Education will hold two meetings on Thursday, May 6. Both will be in-person at the Minisink Valley Middle School auditorium and via Google Meets for those who wish to attend remotely. Public budget hearing at 6 p.m. The public budget hearing for the Board adopted, proposed 2021-22 school budget will …

Staff Spotlight: Meet Amy Gunther, Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) senior typist

Meet Amy Gunther, Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) senior typist! What’s your favorite aspect of your job? I love working for a school district.  At my previous district, I worked in the kitchen, then worked as a monitor and as a 1:1 aide.  Seven years ago, I came to Minisink to work in the Pupil Personnel …

Teacher spotlight: Meet Ross Potter, IS/ES physical education teacher

Meet Ross Potter, a physical education teacher at the Intermediate School and MV Elementary School! What’s your favorite aspect of your job? My favorite aspect of my job is definitely the kids! I never have a dull day working with K-5 students. I love how much enthusiasm the students bring into school each and every …

Community votes needed! Three Minisink Valley High School students are competing in the 39th annual Congressional Art Competition

The artwork of three Minisink Valley High School students has been selected to be in the 39th Annual Congressional Art Competition sponsored by the office of U.S. Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney. The entries by Junior Becky Povill and freshmen Alyssa Gale and Sierra Orlando are among the submissions representing the 18th Congressional District. Now through …

Based on survey results, secondary school students to begin four days of in-person instruction starting Thursday, May 6

Dear Minisink Valley secondary school families: Based on the results of participating secondary school parents/guardians, we are happy to announce that secondary school students will begin four in-person days of instruction, if they choose to do so, beginning Thursday, May 6. The fully remote option remains in place for those families who decide to not …

May 3 COVID-19 update from Superintendent Brian Monahan

The district has confirmed the following positive COVID-19 case today,  May 3. Intermediate School:  One student; contact tracing is completed. Thank you for your attention to this important information. The health, safety, and well-being of our school community remains our top priority. Sincerely, Brian C. Monahan Superintendent

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