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  • PTO Plant Sale

    Support our PTO through the 2021 Plant Sale. Order forms and payment due by April 20.

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  • SADD Chapter Fundraiser

    The SADD Chapter Fundraiser will run from Monday, March 15 until Monday, April 19

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  • Capital Project Vote

    The results of the Capital Improvement Project vote are in!

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  • Kindergarten & Pre-K Registration

    Contact Mrs. Dana Westfall to register your child for Pre-K or Kindergarten for the 2021-22 school year.

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  • Farrar Named West Valley Superintendent

    Following an extensive search, the West Valley Central School District Board of Education approved the appointment of Dr. Taweepon Farrar as Superintendent.

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  • Capital Improvement Project

    Read about our proposed $3.87 million capital improvement project at West Valley Central School

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  • Clothes Closet is open

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  • Food Pantry Still Open

    Serving our community is their goal!

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  • Wildcat Apparel

    Get your custom Wildcats gear here!

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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 conducive 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.


  • This is a reminder that if your child is going to be absent from school, we need to be notified as to the reason why. The daily health screening tool should be used and if your child has any of the symptoms or if you have traveled, we need to know. You may contact the attendance office by phone (ext. 4170) or by email at dwestfall2@wvalley.org  or the health office (ext. 4123) or ldrozd@wvalley.org

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  • ALL school personnel entering the building from this point forward will need to complete the“At Home Health Screening Tool” prior to arriving at school.  If you answer yes to any of the screening questions you must stay home! You do not need to bring a copy of this tool with you or submit it.

    Non-essential personnel and visitors may enter only through the main doors of the building. Visitors to the school will only occur through appointments and approved by Administration as needed.  Visitors who have an appointment will be asked the Health Screening Questions prior to building entry.    

    At Home Health Screening Tool

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