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Our Philosophy

It is our challenge that the students of our District become caring, contributing members of the community, the nation, and the world.
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Important information regarding school lunches


We are pleased to announce that all students enrolled at Washingtonville CSD will be able to receive a FREE breakfast and lunch meal at school beginning on Wednesday, November 1, 2023.

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SchoolTool allows parents to view their child's schedules, grades, attendance, and more. It is one central location for your child's information. 

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The District promotes the social and emotional health for all students, faculty, staff and community members. The District provides resources and virtual steps of action for use.
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School News

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The Making a Difference Awards recognize the many examples of individual teachers, aides, drivers, safety, and other District staff that are making a difference in the lives of our children throughout our buildings. 

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Nina Giordani, who has been teaching at Washingtonville High School since 2007, was recently honored by Senator James Skoufis at the first annual Women’s Recognition Night at Tapped Brewery and Bar in Middletown.

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Faculty and staff from Washingtonville Central School District’s three elementary schools – Little Britain, Round Hill and Taft – learned about how poverty can affect a family at any time and what they can do to help them when they have a need. The whole district is now experienced in poverty simulation, teaching them how to help families who have a poverty need.

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We wish to acknowledge the reports of an earthquake that was felt across our District this morning. Rest assured, we have reached out to each of our school buildings, and I am pleased to inform you that all students and staff are safe

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