Human Resources

Career opportunities

Minisink Valley is a great place to work and live! Our district serves over 3,500 students and is located in a beautiful part of the Hudson Valley. The area offers a wide variety of activities including golf, skiing and rafting on the Delaware River.

The Minisink Valley Central School District Human Resources Department is committed to recruiting and maintaining a highly qualified faculty and staff to serve our community. The faculty strives to provide the best possible educational programs and services to our children.

students in math class

If you would like to join our outstanding faculty in a great community please use the link below to apply through the Online Application System. If you have any questions, the Human Resources Department can be reached at 355-5810 or 355-5114.

Employment opportunities

Fingerprint requirement

New York State Law now requires that all employees new to the district must be fingerprinted. Please note, there is a $102.00 non-refundable fee for this service. You can contact Morpho Trust by going to their website at and clicking New York State on the map for further directions or by calling 877- 472-6915. You will be asked to provide a service code.  The code for certification applicants is 14ZGQT and the code for employee applicants is 14ZGR7.  If you have previous fingerprint clearance in the New York State public school district system please provide appropriate documentation to Minisink Valley Human Resources department.

FERPA Notice

The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1975 (FERPA) provides access to records, files, documents and other materials which contain information directly relating to a student. All parents/guardians of students under 18 years of age, and students 18 years of age or older or enrolled in a post-secondary school have the following rights under FERPA:

  1. To inspect and review the student’s educational records
  2. To be provided, on request, with a copy of all or part of the student’s educational records
  3. To exercise limited control over other people’s access to the student’s educational records
  4. To designate, in writing, a representative who will inspect, review or copy such records
  5. To request and receive from the District a reasonable explanation of information contained in the student’s educational records
  6. To challenge the contents of the student’s educational records and to seek to correct the student’s educational records, by contacting the building principal and, if the situation is not satisfactorily remedied, by requesting a hearing with the Superintendent of Schools
  7. To report violations of FERPA to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
  8. To obtain copies of the Student Records policy and regulations at the Office of the District Clerk

Records Access Officer
Michael Giardina, Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources
Telephone: 845-355-5810

U.S. Department of Education Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

Equal Opportunity Employer

The Minisink Valley Central School district does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, sex, creed, color, national origin, marital status, or disability in educational programming activities that it offers. This nondiscriminatory policy includes the following areas: recruitment and appointment of employees, pay and benefits, access by students to educational programs, course offerings and activities.

Title IX and Section 504 Compliance

The Minisink Valley Central School District hereby advises students, parents, employees and the general public that it offers employment and educational opportunities, including vocational education opportunities, without regard to sex, race, color, national origin, marital status or disability. Inquiries regarding this nondiscrimination policy may be directed to the Minisink Valley Central School District, Box 217, Slate Hill, N.Y., 10973;  telephone: 845-355-5110. Information and complaint procedures will be provided to any citizen, student or employee who feels that his or her rights under Title IX or Section 504 may have been violated by the district or its officials.

Title IX Coordinator
Michael Giardina, Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources

Section 504 Coordinator
Jeff Finton, Director of Pupil Personnel Services

Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA)

In accordance with Federal Regulations, Minisink Valley Central School District has developed a management plan for any asbestos-containing materials located within its facilities. This plan locates the asbestos in each building, documents response actions, and provides an ongoing operations and maintenance plan to safely manage the asbestos-containing materials. Every six months, a visual surveillance of the asbestos-containing materials is completed by Minisink Valley Central School District personnel.

In 2013, a re-inspection of the facilities was administered by the Orange-Ulster BOCES Risk Management Department. Documentation for the surveillance and re-inspection is available in the Management Plan. This plan is accessible for inspection by the public in the Central Administrative Offices of Minisink Valley Central School District.

Sexual Harassment

Sexual Harassment and Grievance Procedures for Students
Sexual Harassment of Employees (Board Policy 6121)

Please call the Human Resources Department at 355-5810 if you need assistance reading the above documents.  

Food Service

Our Food Service is under the direction of Aramark Educational Services. For information on employment opportunities in this area, call 355-5217.


Mandatory workshops for newly certified personnel:
Recognizing Child Abuse
Violence Prevention

Workplace Violence:
Workplace Violence Incident Report

New York State Education Department services:
Certification Requirements
New York State Testing Information 
New York State Education Department Office of Human Resources

Minisink Valley Central School District is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. As outlined by the New York State Education Department, Minisink Valley “does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, religion, creed, disability, marital status, veteran status, national origin, race, gender, genetic predisposition or carrier status, or sexual orientation in its recruitment, educational programs, services and activities.”