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  • Updated Election & Budget vote information as of 5/22

    Lastest Election and Budget Timelines

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  • Food Pantry Still Open

    Serving our community is their goal!

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  • Emergency School Closing

    When the weather is bad, school district residents should tune in to radio and TV stations for school closing information.

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  • Mission Statement

    We believe that all people can learn and that learning is a life-long experience.  Our responsibility is to:

    -Provide an educational atmosphere conductive to all learners acquiring college and career readiness including 21st century skills
    -Hold our staff to high expectations as they facilitate the achievement of all students according to the New York State Common Core Standards
    -Facilitate cooperation between parents, the community and the school
    -Work to educate the "whole child" academically, emotionally, physically, and socially

    Vision Statement

    All students need to be lifelong learners in a global society. Therefore, technology will facilitate the learning and instructional needs to further enhance achievement in the learning community. We promote using technology to empower students to maximize their full potential by using multiple platforms and preparing them to be college and career ready.



  • WVCS has mailed out the absentee ballots for the upcoming budget and BOE member election. They are due back to the District by 5:00 pm on June 9, 2020. In our haste to get 1400 ballots mailed to our registered voters in a timely manner, we missed a typo on half of our ballots. The school year is incorrect within the body of the resolution. The budget dollar amount for the 2020-21 school year and the date in the heading of the resolution are correct. We are honoring all ballots and if you would like to write in the correct date, you can. The number on each ballot is tied to your name. That way we know WHO voted, but not HOW you voted; similar to signing in at the polls. When the envelopes are returned, we mark who has voted and the unopened envelopes are placed in the vault until June 9. The unopened envelopes will be turned over to the Board of Elections Officers on that date. They do not have access to the list of names and corresponding numbers. This ensures the anonymity of your vote. Thank you for your understanding in this unprecedented situation. Any questions can be addressed by callling Carolyn Boberg at 942-3100 ext. 4102. Thank you.


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  • 20-21 Budget Newsletter

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