MPS dismissing early on Tuesday, June 18, building cooling plan in place due to forecasted heat. More information: https://bit.ly/3z3y2h1

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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…


  • Survey results and next steps for district’s grading practices and senior recognition

    The Waterville Central School District recently asked the families, staff, students and community members to participate in a survey regarding the district’s grading practices and senior recognition. The recommendations featured in the survey were formed by talking with the district’s grading committee, teacher leaders and teachers. The survey was open from May 28 through June…


  • Board to vote on proposed code of conduct on July 9

    The Waterville Board of Education held a public hearing on the code of conduct on Tuesday, June 11 in the Bud Dorr Board of Education Room at 381 Madison Street. The board’s regular meeting took place following the hearing, at 6 p.m. The 2024-25 Code of Conduct can be found here.  The meeting was open to the public and anyone…


  • Waterville voters approve 2024-25 budget; elect 2 board of education members

    Waterville Central School District voters approved the district’s $22,297,968 budget for 2024-25 on May 21. Residents also elected two board of education members and approved the purchase of new buses. The budget proposition passed with 74.09% voter approval; 266 yes votes and 93 no votes. More information about the budget is available on the school budget section of the…


  • SLIDESHOW: 150th Anniversary Celebration

    Below are photos of the 150th Anniversary Celebration, held at the Waterville Jr./Sr. High School athletic stadium on May 16, 2024.


  • 150 years in the making: Waterville holds ceremony recognizing history

    On Thursday, May 16, the Waterville Central School District celebrated 150 years since the district was recognized by the New York State Board of Regents. There was a ceremony at 9:30 a.m. at the Waterville Jr./Sr. High School athletic stadium. Highlights of the program included showcasing students, alumni, teachers and a keynote speaker. The keynote…


  • 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…


  • District reviewing grading policy and how seniors are honored

    Dear Waterville Central School District community, As you may recall, in September, I sent out a ParentSquare message to families, staff and students asking for participation in a committee to help review the district’s grading policy (Policy 8101) to ensure it aligns with our commitment to provide a fair, equitable and supportive learning environment for…


  • 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…