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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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Important information regarding school lunches


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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The Washingtonville Central School District is conducting a survey to gather community input on the use of the $4.5 million received from the ARP ESSER Fund between March 2020 and September 2024. So far, the district has used $3.4 million of these funds, including encumbrances. This survey is an opportunity for community members to share their thoughts on the fund's utilization. The district emphasizes its commitment to supporting its students and values the community's feedback. The survey is available in both English and Spanish and can be accessed via provided links.

Coach Todd Rose pictured with other team coaches and wife while holding award plaque

Congratulations to Coach Todd Rose on his 200th career win in Boys Varsity Basketball. History was made when the Wizards defeated Saugerties on Friday, February 16, 2024. 

Three girls work on a machine to roll dice

Washingtonville High School teacher Bonnie Decosta's Project Lead The Way Engineering Essentials students spent several weeks learning about machines and mechanical engineering. For their latest project, they were tasked with designing, constructing, and testing a compound machine capable of rolling a pair of dice. Students were required to incorporate three interacting simple machines into their design and they had to create a design that required only a single human's input to operate it.

A boy in an orange sweatshirt and two girls hold their snowflake projects made of sticks and marshmallows.

Little Britain teacher Jennifer Burke’s second-grade class learned about Wilson Bentley and his study of snowflakes, and did a STEAM project using marshmallows and toothpicks. The students were asked to create unique snowflake designs consisting of six branches.

students dressed as if they are 100 years old

Round Hill celebrated its 100th day of school last week and dressed up to commemorate the special day. 

The 100th day of school is important because it celebrates growth and is an amazing way to highlight how much students have learned since the start of the school year.

Let's chat with lifeplan

Talk with LIFEPlan Outreach Coordinator, Aysha Peterson. You will learn about, care management services for children with intellectual or
developmental disabilities, community services, and supports, and the eligibility process for OPWDD services (the Office for
People with Developmental Disabilities).

Student standing in front of presentation board and smiling for the camera

The Round Hill PTA held its annual science fair on February 9, 2024. Students showcased their projects to their peers and families while demonstrating their scientific creations.