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MINISINK VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

P.O. Box 217 Slate Hill, NY 10973
(845)355-5150 / fax (845)355-5198

MV SOFTBALL SUMMER CAMP, GRADES 4-10: JUNE 26-29

Posted June 14 at 11:39am

Open to all Minisink girls entering grades 4-10 the camp will be directed by players and coaches with the Minisink Valley softball program. The goal of the camp is to provide quality instruction at a reasonable price and to promote softball in the school district. The players will be separated into 2 or 3 levels according to their age and their ability.

Hours: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. • Location: Minisink Valley softball fields
Cost: $150 p. child • $75 for each additional child in the same family
PROGRAM INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION FORM
Additional Information: bguyette@minisink.com

Contact Coach Guyette if you need a printed copy of the program information and registration form.

CHRIS CORWIN CAR SHOW RAISES RECORD SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS

Posted June 12 at 2:46pm

The numbers are in! The Third Annual Chris Corwin Scholarship Car Show raised more than $15,000, including event sponsorships.

 

Event organizers and technology teachers Rich Budd and Andy Mink expressed their appreciation for the community's support. “We are so thankful to all of our sponsors, spectators, and participants for coming out to attend our show in memory of Chris Corwin. A special thank you to all of our faculty and student volunteers who helped run our event.”

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2018 SCHOOL LIBRARY SUMMER HOURS

Posted June 11 at 11:42am

SAVE-THE-DATES and take advantage of our school library resources during the summer.

 

• Elementary School (at the IS library): Wednesdays — July 11, 18, 25 ▪ August 1, 8, 15 ▪ Hours: 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

• Intermediate School: Tuesdays — July 10, 17, 24, 31 ▪ August 7, 14 ▪ Hours: 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

• Otisville Elementary: Tuesdays — July 10, 17, 24, 31 ▪ August 7, 14 ▪ Hours: 12:30 – 1 p.m.

• Middle School: Thursdays — July 12, 19, 26 ▪ August 2, 9, 16 ▪ Hours: 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

• High School: Mondays — July 9, 16, 23, 30 ▪ August 6, 13 ▪ Hours: 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

 

All elementary and middle school students must be accompanied by an adult while visiting the library. Continue to full-article for additional information and links to other reading materials.

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2018 FALL SPORTS REGISTRATION INFORMATION NOW AVAILABLE

Posted June 11 at 10:16am

Students interested in participating in the next fall sports season should review the 2018 Fall Sports Registration Information, the first link on the Athletics webpage. The dedicated fall sports page includes step-by-step instructions for registration on FamilyID, Intent to Participate Sign-Up, and physical exam requirements and dates.  

 

JUNE 2018 GRADUATION INFORMATION

Posted June 8 at 9:03am

MVHS Graduation,  Friday June 22, 2018 6:00 pm.  John Bell Field.  Rain date, June 23, 2018 1:00 pm.

Click Here for June 2018 Graduation and Senior Class information.

TWO MVHS SENIORS AWARDED THE STATE'S SEAL OF BILITERACY

Posted June 7 at 3:54pm

MVHS seniors Crystal Hernandez-Linares and Adriana Melendez-Alprecht were awarded New York State’s Seal of Biliteracy in recognition of their academic success and literacy in English and in Spanish. The state’s approved seal will be affixed to the students’ high school diplomas.

 

Crystal and Adriana had no formal English instruction until about a year ago, when they arrived in the United States and resumed their secondary studies at Minisink Valley High School. Through hard work, perseverance, and the guidance of their English as New Language (ENL) teachers, what began as a monumental challenge and disadvantage is emerging as an opportunity with life-long benefits.

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MVHS KEY CLUB CELEBRATES 50 YEARS OF SERVICE

Posted June 7 at 2:57pm

CONGRATULATIONS and Happy Anniversary to Minisink Valley High School Key Club, celebrating 50 years of service!

 

A community service club affiliated with the Kiwanis Club of Minisink Valley, MVHS’s first Key Club chapter launched with 11 members. Currently, it boasts more than 100 student members.

 

“It is a wonderful feeling to see what the students do for the community and how happy and proud they are that they can help others,” said Jodi VanDervoort, club advisor.

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MVHS’ LITERARY MAGAZINE IS HERE: READ ALL ABOUT IT!

Posted June 7 at 2:06pm

By Nicoletta Lombardo

 

MVHS is proud to present “A Work in Progress,” the school’s first literary magazine in ten years! Produced by the Literary Magazine Club over the course of several months, the publication showcases diverse student work, including short stories, poetry, artwork and photography.

 

To develop and curate this remarkable collection of student creativity, each club member employed and contributed a range of skills and talents, from collaboration and decision-making, to fundraising and editing. (Continue to full article to link to a PDF version of the magazine.)

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MVHS BANDS RECOGNIZED WITH TOP RATINGS AT PRESTIGIOUS FESTIVALS

Posted June 7 at 10:47am

Minisink Valley High School Band Program is proud to announce that the Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band II and Symphonic Band I were recognized with Superior ratings at the annual Trills and Thrills Music Festival on May 25. The same three groups earned gold, silver and gold ratings, respectively, at the annual New York State School Music Association Festival held at Monroe-Woodbury High School on May 17.  

Pictured with their awards (L-R) are band members, Jennifer Townsend, Nicole Martinez and Sierra Catletti. They are joined by directors, Mr. Horner, Mr. Christy and Mr. Stickney.

Congratulations to all band members on outstanding performances, and on a wonderful year for the school’s band program!

MVHS NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTS AND WELCOMES NEW OFFICERS

Posted June 5 at 11:05am

Minisink Valley High School’s chapter of the National Honor Society recently inducted its new officers for the class of 2018-2019.

 

They will follow in the footsteps of outgoing officers who set high standards of service, working above and beyond their call of duty to advance the program and make significant contributions to its proud history. As they passed the torch to their counterparts, each current officer highlighted an example of the positive impact each candidate has had on the school community.

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