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About our K-12 Academic Program

Waterville Central School District prides itself in providing a sound education in a small and caring setting. Teachers and staff are here to see that students are imagining, designing, and creating the best futures!

Today’s world demands students who enter the workforce have the ability to think creatively and critically. To provide students with these necessary skills, Waterville Central School District is a partnership of students staff, families and community dedicated to educating the whole-child for personalized success.

Learn more about our vision and mission on the About Us page.

Grade Promotion and Placement Policy

The Waterville Central School District is sensitive to concerns regarding the criteria used for making student grade promotion and placement decisions. In light of these concerns and in compliance with relevant provisions of the Education Law and Regulations of the Commissioner of Education, the District has adopted Policy 8100, Promotion and Retention of Students and Policy 8101 Grading System. For more information, please contact your building principal.

Title I

Waterville CSD is a Title I school. Being a Title I school means receiving federal funding to supplement the school’s existing programs.

Learn more about Title I, parent involvement policies, complaint procedures and more on our Title I page.

If you cannot access the documents on this page, please call (518) 841-3900 or email Communications to obtain the document in an alternative format.