Whitesboro Central School District



  • Grades 3-8 ELA and Math Tests Upcoming

    This spring, the New York State Grades 3-8 English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics Tests will be administered to students. ELA testing will take place March 28-30, and mathematics testing is scheduled for May 2-4. For more information on the tests, click here.

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  • Test Results of Water Sources for Lead

    In a letter dated September 14, 2016 from the Superintendent of Schools, parents and guardians were informed that the District would report the results of the testing of its water sources for lead as they became available. To view the complete results from each school building as they become available, click here.

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  • Substitute Bus Drivers Needed

    The Whitesboro Central School District has the following employment opportunity: Substitute Bus Driver. For more information, click here.

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  • New Rates for Substitute Positions 

    The Whitesboro Central School District continuously recruits substitutes for all positions. Effective for the 2016-17 school year, there will be new rates. Please click here for an application and new rate information.

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Welcome to the Whitesboro Central School District!
I hope this issue of our newsletter finds you well and excited about what we’ve accomplished so far this year and what we have planned for its remainder. The past few months have been filled with tremendous energy and focus on helping those in need during the recent holiday season. From baking pies, to making comfort pillows and kindness bags, to numerous collections for local charities, our students and staff exemplified those qualities and characteristics we teach every day. We are all so proud of the many acts of kindness displayed by our school community. It is with that spirit that we embark on the remainder of our school year.

This issue is filled with some of the many examples of the outstanding accomplishments of our students both inside and outside the classroom. While impossible to print them all here, more can be found both on our website and in future issues.

With accomplishments such as these guiding the way, we find ourselves deeply engaged in the financial planning for next year to support our programs and initiatives. Our building and departmental administrators have worked with their respective staffs to develop financial plans aimed at the pursuit of our district’s mission. Central administration, together with the building/departmental administration and Board of Education, are developing a comprehensive district financial plan that balances district needs and taxpayer impact. Our school community has overwhelmingly supported us in recent years and we are hopeful that same trust and support for our district will continue well into the future... (click 
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Brian K. Bellair
Superintendent of Schools

Winter 2016-17 Newsletter

Our Mission

Our Mission 
To inspire, cultivate, and empower all learners to maximize their potential.
"Inspire - Cultivate - Empower"