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All students, school districts, families and communities have equitable access to rich resources to improve student learning, strengthen families and create healthier communities.
For the most recent COVID-19 info CLICK HERE.
COVID-19 Protocol for WCS:
If you have further questions please email Mrs. Emery at email@example.com or call her at 607.356.3301 x221
Weekly Reminders & Updates!
*No School for students on May 28th and June 18th
*Last days of school
*Regents and Final Exams – June 17th – 24th
*Bus Drivers Needed. Whitesville Central School is encouraging community members call at 607.356.3263 if you are interested in becoming a part time, full time or substitute bus driver. Mr. Chapman is happy to support you through the process of becoming a certified School Bus Driver.
*Whitesville Central School has experienced positive COVID-19 cases. Check the School COVID Report Card daily to stay informed. Always remember that our District is responsible to maintain the confidentiality of each positive person. Please know that you will be contacted by the school if your child is a direct contact to a positive person at school or on the bus.
*Check out the NYS toolkit if you are wondering if you should send your child to school or not.
*COVID-19 Information. Did you know that if a student is positive for COVID-19 that they may not be able to return to Physical Education class, athletic practices or use the workout room? As of December 15, 2020, any student who tests positive for COVID-19 must be released by their doctor to return to PE class. This is due to COVID-19 cardiac symptoms and the impact they have on the heart. For more information click here.
*As always, if you have questions please email Mrs. Emery, Superintendent, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enjoy your weekend!
*Safety Measures to Prevent Against Transmission of COVID-19 at Polling Stations
Per the New York State Department of Health
Regarding the upcoming May 18, 2021 School Budget Vote:
* A separate entrance and exit will be designated.
* If you are displaying symptoms, an alternate location will be provided at the polling site.
* Voter presence is limited to 50% of the maximum occupancy for the location.
* Social distancing of at least six feet must be maintained while voters wait in line.
* It is not mandated that voters complete a health screening, but you are encouraged to do so for contact tracing, if necessary.
* You are required to properly wear a face mask at all times while at the polling site.
* If you do not have a face mask, one will be provided for you.
* Hand sanitizer and gloves will be available for your convenience.
* The polling site will be disinfected frequently.
* You are encouraged to stay home if you are experiencing any symptoms consistent with COVID-19.
May and June
Food Distribution Schedules
from the ACCORD Corp. and the Cuba Cultural Center
**NOTE UPDATED DATE FOR 4th/5th GRADE**
Children need to
to activate the brain!
These physical movements demand coordination from both the left and right sides of the brain. The use of music and movement helps to develop and strengthen neural pathways, laying the foundation for further development in language, literacy, and math skills.
for more information!
*Whitesville Spectator Policy *
(Updated February 22, 2021)
Beginning Monday, February 22, Whitesville Central School will be allowing 2 spectators per athlete for all HOME games. Attendance at away games is still prohibited.
We look forward to your continued support of our teams!
**Go Blue Jays!**
Stay informed on the Athletics Page
When it is necessary to delay school opening, close school or dismiss early,
the following TV and radio stations will be contacted:
Channel 7 TV - WKBW AM Buffalo
Channel 4 TV - WIVB AM Buffalo
103.5 FM - WJQZ Wellsville
790 AM - WLSV Wellsville
101.9 FM - WZKZ Wellsville
95.7 FM - WPIG Olean
1450 AM - WHDL Olean
105.3 FM - WKPQ Hornell
1320 AM - WHHO Hornell
92.1 FM - WCKR Hornell
1480 AM - WLEA Hornell
Monday, Aug. 10 - September (Back to School) Issue (Wellness Tip)
Monday, Sept. 14 - October & November Issue (Grades UPK-2, K-12 Music & Art, MS & HS Science, Wellness Tip)
Monday, Nov. 9 - December & January Issue (Grades 3-5, K-12 PE, MS & HS History, Wellness Tip)
Monday, Jan. 11 - February & March Issue (Grades UPK-5, HS Business, MS & HS English, Wellness Tip)
Friday, March 12 - April & May Issue (MS, K-12 Tech & K-12 Computers, Wellness Tip)
Monday, April 12 - Budget Newsletter
Monday, May 14 - June Issue (Grades UPK-5, MS & HS Math, Spanish, ALL 2021-22 student supply list, Wellness Tip)
WHITESVILLE CENTRAL SCHOOL
Students in grades 5-12th who have been named to the
High Honors have maintained an average of 95.0% or above
while those named to Honors have averaged 90%-94.99%
and those named to Merit Roll have averaged 85%-89.99%.