Science projects teach about natural disasters

An array of student-created projects were presented to parents, peers, and staff on Jan. 18 at Voorheesville Elementary School. Grade 4 students used wood, clay, LEGO bricks and more to demonstrate concepts learned in their classrooms about a variety of natural disasters, including tornados, tsunamis, earthquakes and landslides. Using the Next Generation Science Standards, each …

VCSD residents to vote on two capital improvement propositions set for Dec. 6

At its Oct. 3 regular meeting, the Voorheesville CSD Board of Education unanimously approved two capital project proposals totaling $27.2 million. The two propositions will be put forth before voters on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022.  The first proposition is the core project, at a cost of $25.2 million, which includes a majority of updates at …

Closing out National Bullying Prevention Month

Held every October, National Bullying Prevention Month is a month-long observance to prevent childhood bullying and promote kindness, acceptance, and inclusion. One of our social workers shared the following presentation on bullying and what VCSD is doing to spread kindness! (WITH NARRATION)

NEW: Safe School Helpline

Dear VCSD Families,  The Voorheesville Central School District has implemented the Safe School Helpline as a confidential way to report threats of violence, suicide, bullying, and illegal activity that could harm students in our schools. It can be accessed numerous ways: through the web, by downloading an app, by texting, or calling a toll free …

VES Hires Crossing Guard for School Days

Our elementary students who walk or ride their bike to school will be better protected with a new crossing guard to control the flow of traffic at the intersection of 85A and 156. “The district is excited to partner with the village to offer an added layer of safety for our community,” said Superintendent Frank …

New performance area constructed at elementary school playground

When students return to Voorheesville Elementary School this fall, they will be greeted by an exciting new addition to the playground area–a brand new performance stage. The playground, rebuilt back in 2018 thanks to the generous donations of community members, is a focal point of the school and provides numerous recreational and educational opportunities for …

VCSD Welcomes High School Principal Kristin DuGuay 

Today, the Voorheesville Board of Education appointed Kristin DuGuay as the Principal of Clayton A. Bouton High School.  “Voorheesville Central School District provides its students with a world class education and I am grateful to be part of such an outstanding team,” said Mrs. DuGuay. “As a leader, one thing I value most is building …

Letter to Parents for School Meal Programs

Dear VCSD Families, Children need healthy meals to learn. VCSD offers healthy meals every school day. Breakfast costs $1.65/2.15; lunch costs $2.90/3.40. Your children may qualify for free meals or for reduced price meals. Since July 1, 2019, students in New York State that are approved for reduced price meals will receive breakfast and lunch …

Learn to Swim Classes – Register by Wednesday, August 3

Voorheesville Central School District is offering two sessions with day and night class opportunities for beginning swimmers. The classes will take place at the high school from Monday, August 8 – August 18. All children 10 and under must be accompanied by an adult while on school premises. Each session includes eight classes for 50 …

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