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It is our challenge that the students of our District become caring, contributing members of the community, the nation, and the world.
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Summer Fun and Meals

Kids ages 18 and under can get free, healthy meals this summer at places nearby. No sign up needed—just drop by when meals are served!

Los menores de 18 años pueden obtener comidas saludables gratis este verano en lugares cercanos. No es necesario que se registren, ¡solo tienen que pasar cuando se sirvan las comidas!

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Important information regarding school lunches

FREE BREAKFAST AND LUNCH

We are pleased to announce that all students enrolled at Washingtonville CSD will be able to receive a FREE breakfast and lunch meal at school beginning on Wednesday, November 1, 2023.

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District News

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students writing with quill pens

Lisa Teall's fourth-graders are getting a taste of colonial life. They worked on their penmanship with quill pens and used chalk and slates to practice some math facts. They also created their own weavings on a homemade loom. 
 

students standing on stage with instruments

The WHS Spring Band Concert, held on Thursday, May 16, featured four student conductors, Jack Carola, Ryan Godfrey, Ella Dueck, and Andrew Dahlstrom who wrote, conducted, and performed their pieces with the Percussion and Wind Ensemble.

In addition to the performances by the Jazz Ensemble, Percussion Ensemble, Concert Band, and Wind Ensemble, students throughout the WHS music program were given different awards to celebrate their growth and achievements throughout the year. 

student taking care of plant

Kayla Yantz’s ENL class, at Taft, planted sunflower and tomato seeds last month and have been diligently caring for them as they grow.

students holding award certificates

The Wizard of the Month theme for May was “forgiveness” and these students showed their capacity for forgiveness in their everyday lives. Congratulations!
 

Odyssey of the Mind team.

Faculty and staff from Washingtonville Middle School gathered in the gymnasium for a special run-through rehearsal of WMS’s Odyssey of the Mind performance on Monday, May 14, 2024. The trial production was to practice their skit in preparation for the Worlds competition, which will be held in Iowa from May 21-25.

Student posing with artwork.

The hallways of Washingtonville High School were transformed into a mesmerizing gallery of masterpieces for the 24th annual Art Show, which kicked off on Friday, May 10, 2024. The show will also be held on Saturday, May, 11th at the high school from noon to 3 p.m. 

Students and staff smiling at the camera.

In celebration of Teacher Appreciation Week, students from Washingtonville Central School District spoke about a few of their favorite teachers and moments from class. Their thoughts show how Washingtonville teachers are making a difference in the lives of their students.

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students in classroom with art projects on their desk

Gina Hannon’s classroom buzzed with excitement as her fifth-grade students eagerly presented their projects to their fourth-grade peers at Taft Elementary on Monday, May 6, 2024. Thoughtful pieces of artwork decorated students’ desks as they spoke with each other about their projects, based on their unit where they learned about ancient Mayan, Aztec, and Inca civilizations.