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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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College Fair - October 5

Washingtonville High School will be hosting their annual College Fair on Thursday, October 5, 2023. The event will take place from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

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2023-24 Making a Difference Awards

There are so many examples of individual teachers, aides, drivers, safety, and other District staff that are making a difference in the lives of our children throughout our buildings. It is time to recognize these special individuals. The first nominations of the 2023-2024 school year will open October 1 and close October 15. 

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SchoolTool Information

SchoolTool allows parents to view their child's schedules, grades, attendance, and more. It is one central location for your child's information. 

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Success Center

The District promotes the social and emotional health for all students, faculty, staff and community members. The District provides resources and virtual steps of action for use.
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District News

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MyOn reading group standing in hallway at Round Hill.

Students at Round Hill Elementary School were recognized for their completion of their Summer Reading MyON. Congratulations to the following students for going above and beyond and participating in this summer enrichment experience! 

2023 ADAC Middle School Orientation presentation.

The Alcohol and Drug Awareness Council of Orange County (ADAC) presented to Washingtonville Middle School parents at the Open House. 

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Big Things Last Week At Little Britain

Building core skills and core values! Check out some of the great classroom projects we have going on in 1st, 2nd and 3rd grades at Little Britain!  


Team Respect had its very first team interaction day to kick that school spirit into high gear for the first week of school!

Senior English class heads out to the courtyard to write their own Shakespearean sonnets! 

High school English students were outside learning about sonnets, comparing "thee" to the waning "summer days", and writing their own pieces to share with one another. 

Students at Taft elementary practice their turn and talk techniques in class.

Literacy is literally everywhere in first grade! Reading and comprehension are key to learning in all subject areas, and our programs apply those skills cross-curricularly. Here are some great examples of reading projects that extended into other areas of discussion last week at Taft!  

Students working together at Taft Elementary School.

Students at Taft Elementary School played a fun game to get to know one another better on the first day of school. Mrs. Stadler's class participated in a "Walk the Room - Get to Know You" exercise.

Teacher fist bumps a student.

Sunshine and smiles filled Washingtonville Central School District on Wednesday, September 6, 2023, as students were welcomed back to school for their first day. Teachers and staff greeted students upon arrival cheering, “Happy first day of school!”

Superintendent Larry Washington at podium at Superintendent's Conference Day

Teachers and other staff came together at the Washingtonville High School auditorium on Tuesday, September 5, 2023, to kick off the 2023-24 school year with a Superintendent’s Conference Day.

Four incoming teachers have a discussion at library table.

Washingtonville Central School District welcomed over 30 new staff members on Monday, August 28, 2023. This two-day orientation started with breakfast and introductions and was followed by small workshops and trainings.

Two girls hold umbrella crafts in Summer Enrichment program classroom

The Washingtonville Central School District Enrichment Program was a huge success this year as there were 230 students enrolled per week over three weeks at Little Britain Elementary School.