Warwick Valley Central School District to host Special Olympics Team for training
Want to get involved? Attend informational meeting Sept. 23
Sept. 9, 2014 - The WVCSD is pleased to host the Parents Run AMOC (Autism Move-A-Thon of Orange County) Special Olympics Team for training.
Banana Splits group forming at the middle school
Sept., 2014 - Banana Splits is a support group designed to
assist students in handling difficulties that may be
associated with the emotions that parental separation and
divorce can evoke. Banana Splits helps establish the peer
support of children who share feelings of loss and change,
and together students begin to confront and learn to deal
with the ongoing issues relating to recent and/or past
Click here for more information and for permission form. (pdf)
Warwick football defeats Goshen - retains Spirit Trophy
Sept. 15, 2014 - The Warwick Wildcats varsity football team defeated Goshen 32-0 in front of a home crowd estimated at more than 4,000 on Fri. night, Sept. 12.
Warwick parents: enjoy a night at the Drive-In, support Warwick's education foundation - Sept. 19
Sept. 9, 2014 - The Warwick Foundation for Excellence in Learning, (WFEL), is pleased to announce its next fundraiser at the Warwick Drive-In on Friday night, Sept. 19!
Save the Date: Sept. 30
Attend an important regional advocacy event
Sept. 15, 2014 - Warwick Valley Central School District has lost a total of $15,994,713 over the last six years to the state’s Gap Elimination Adjustment (GEA).
Find out what YOU can do to end the GEA now! Attend an important regional Fair Funding advocacy event in Middletown on Tues., Sept. 30.
teachers gear up
for technology at summer
August, 2014 - This summer, school may
have been out for students, but not for the more than 160
Warwick Valley Central School District faculty members who
attended “Google Academy,” an
in-district professional development training workshop where they learned about the use of Google applications. As part of a district initiative, a comprehensive plan for all teachers and students to be trained in the use of Google apps will allow collaboration within and beyond the walls of our schools.
Warwick Foundation for Excellence in Learning (WFEL) begins new year with tax-exempt status
Sept. 2, 2014 - The Warwick Foundation for Excellence in Learning (WFEL) has announced that it is now an official public charity, with tax-exempt status, under IRS section 501(c)3. Obtaining 501(c)3 status is a major milestone for WFEL, and ALL donated contributions to this education foundation are now tax-deductible.
State assessment scores show progress
Scores based on the second year of Common Core assessments
August, 2014 - Recently, the New York State Department of Education released district and school results for the English and math assessments that students in grades three through eight took in the spring of 2014. Dr. David Leach, Superintendent of Schools, said the overall test results “reveal momentum toward meeting the new standards, as proficiency levels increased a combined 4.2% over last year’s results.”
Still some openings for fall 2014 Driver Education
Registration deadline has been extended!
Aug., 2014 - The deadline for the Fall 2014 Driver Education program has been extended. Registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis until all the openings have been filled.
WVCSD Continuing Education Program - fall 2014
Registration now open!
Aug. 26, 2014 - Registration for the fall 2014 Warwick Valley Central School District Continuing Education Program is now open. Click here to register and for more information. (pdf)
July 15, 2014 - Start off the 2014-15 school year in the know! The Parent Portal will give you secure online access to your students' attendance, schedule and report card grades. If you have not already done so, now would be a great time to sign up! Parent - Student - School communication is a proven path for academic success! Click here to access the registration form and information document.
P.O. Box 595
Warwick, NY 10990-0595
District Office phone:
Superintendent of Schools
Dr. David Leach
(845) 987-3000, ext. 10511