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  • MPS dismissing early on June 18, building cooling plan in place due to forecasted heat

    As you may be aware, a heat wave is forecasted for next week. The hottest days are predicted to be Tuesday, June 18 and Wednesday, June 19.  Therefore, Tuesday, June 18 will be an early release day at 11:10 a.m. for all students at Memorial Park Elementary School.   School will not be in session on…


  • Three candidates seeking two open seats on the board of education

    On May 21, voters in Waterville will choose two district residents to serve on the Waterville Board of Education from July 1, 2024 until June 30, 2027. The vote will be held May 21 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Bud Dorr Board of Education Room, 381 Madison St., Waterville, NY 13480. Candidates…


  • Board adopts proposed 2024-25 budget

    The Waterville Board of Education adopted the proposed budget for the 2024-25 school year at its April 16 meeting. On Tuesday, May 21, Waterville Central School District residents will vote on a proposed $22,297,968 spending plan for the 2024-25 school year. This proposed budget would allow the district to maintain all existing programs, services and…


  • Absentee ballots to be available for annual vote

    Absentee ballot voting is available. The new Early Mail Voter Act effective Jan. 1, 2024, also allows for early voting via mail without any reasons needed for voting early. You must fill out an application to vote by early voting or absentee ballot. There are separate applications for voting by early voting or absentee ballot,…


  • Community Talent Show scheduled for May 10

    The Community Talent Show is scheduled for May 10 at 7 p.m. at Waterville Jr./Sr. High School. It is open to all members of the community! There must be a minimum of 10 acts signed up by April 19 for the show to proceed. If you are interested in participating or if you want more…


  • Waterville names top 10 seniors for Class of 2024

    The Waterville Central School District named its top 10 seniors for the Class of 2024, based on academic achievement. The students were honored with a presentation in the Waterville Jr./Sr. High School Library on March 19. “All of the students are exemplary in the classroom and beyond. They are stellar representatives of themselves and the…


  • Paw-sitive vibes: Meet the Waterville therapy dogs

    Wilson, Ginger, Sir Arthur and Bear (pictured left to right in the photo above) are therapy dogs in the Waterville Central School District and they are some of students’ and staff members’ closest companions. Special education teacher, Debbie Nicotera, pioneered the therapy dog program in Waterville beginning in 2017 with Brewer, a yellow lab, who…


  • Boys basketball wins Section III Class C title

    The top-seeded Waterville Eagles boys basketball team won the Section III Class C title on Friday, March 1, with an 69-59 win over No. 2 Hamilton. The game was played at Onondaga Community College. Jackson Ruane led the Eagles with 26 points while also adding eight assists, two rebounds and four steals. Kane Patterson was the leading…


  • 6 students participate in Optimist Oratorical contest

    On Feb. 7, six Waterville Central School District students participated in the Optimist Oratorical contest, hosted by the Brothertown Optimist Club. The students gave four-to-five minute speeches about “How to Change the World with Optimism” at a town hall during an Optimist Club meeting. Senior Hanley Poyer placed first and eighth grader Jaelyn Northrup placed second.…


  • New logos for Waterville Eagles selected by students

    Members of the Waterville Jr./Sr. High School Student Council selected new logos to represent the Waterville Central School District. The logos come after Eagles was selected as the new mascot for the school district in a May vote involving students, parents and guardians, staff, alumni and community members. Jr./Sr. High School students unveiled the logos on Dec.…