For Tech Support
via email at:
With schools temporarily closed to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, families must juggle work, homeschooling children, and new levels of stress and anxiety.
This is a scary, uncertain time for everyone so, focus on what you can control.
It will help calm fears, manage stress and help children self-regulate their behavior.
Student Support Services Page
for more information, tips, and additional resources!
During this challenging time for our community, we at Aspire Hope NY want to reach out and engage families needing support raising children identified with emotional, behavioral, mental health and behavioral challenges.
Due to social distancing we are offering Teens and Parents/Guardians individual and group support services by phone, internet chat and Zoom telecommunication. We hope these networking opportunities will help to alleviate the feelings of social isolation.
Services will be provided at no cost, however a phone intake is required.
For referrals please contact
or by email,
ACCORD FOOD PANTRY
Hunger Doesn't Wait
Child Care Resource & Referral Contact
In response to the anticipated demand for child care during school closures related to the COVID-19 pandemic, ACCORD CCR&R serving Allegany, Cattaraugus and Wyoming Counties is committed to providing an enhanced service to parents identified as essential service personnel as well as any family in need of care.
Enhanced service includes calling the provider to verify that they still have availability and then work with parent in setting up an appointment with the program.
Child Care Resource and Referral contact Information:
(800) - 498 - 2277 or
(585) - 268 - 7605 ext. 1228
Healthy Community Alliance, Inc
**Free or low cost options may be available!**
**FREE phone assistance with a Navigator.**
**Assistance finding the best healthcare options available to you/your family!**
Community School Resources
Together, we can do better. All students, school districts, families and communities have equitable access to rich resources to improve student learning, strengthen families and create healthier communities. School and community partnerships are empowered and connected in meaningful ways, problems and resources are used effectively.
Weekly Reminders & Updates!
*Thank you to all families who sent back your “Student/Family COVID-19 Periodic Screening” form (75% were returned 😊).
*If you have not sent back your yellow form, please send it in on Monday.
*This screening will take place every two weeks. There will be an online survey option beginning on October 7th. A reminder will be sent out the day the forms are sent home.
*If your child is sick, please keep home. This will ensure that we can keep our entire school healthy and open.
*We will continue to take daily temperatures on everyone entering the building.
*Our 9th grade class is selling raffle tickets for a chance to win a 50” Smart TV. If you would like to participate or for more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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%.