As remote learning continues, we will monitor and adjust based on evolving conditions to ensure we address the needs of our school community. Our goal is to provide the best learning opportunities possible to our students, regardless of where they learn. We thank you again for your valuable feedback.
On Friday, May 15, the Whitesboro Central School District joined several other school districts throughout the Mohawk Valley region by “lighting the night” at Whitesboro High School to honor the graduating Class of 2020.
The school budget vote and Board of Education vote is scheduled for Tuesday, June 9.
During the extended school closure that began in mid-March and will last through the end of the academic year, the Whitesboro Central School District has been making every effort to ensure that students continue to receive breakfast and lunch meals not only for weekdays, but weekends as well.
Thanks to a donation from Dairy Farmers of America (DFA), the Whitesboro Central School District was able to give more than 1,000 gallons of milk to local residents in a District-wide milk giveaway.
Governor Cuomo has extended school closures in New York State through the end of the 2019-20 school year.
High school teaching staff continues to prepare and provide student learning materials and opportunities for students to complete during this school closure.
Based on the Governor’s Executive Order number 202.1, the Whitesboro CSD is holding closed Board of Education meetings until further notice. To facilitate public participation, the Whitesboro CSD is providing video conferencing and phone dial-in options to the public.
The Mohawk Valley Community Action Agency is providing information and help regarding eWic, a new way to shop with WIC benefits.
For the second consecutive year, Whitesboro High School has been named a Recognition School by the New York State Education Department.
Currently, students are provided with Google email (Gmail) accounts in grades 9-12. To ensure that we are able to maximize communication between our students and teachers during this period of remote learning, this access is being extended to grades 6-8, effective 4/22.
Middle school teaching staff continues to prepare and provide student learning materials and opportunities for students to complete during this school closure.
"To inspire, cultivate, and empower all learners to maximize their potential."
“Together with our community, the Whitesboro Central School District provides a dynamic, comprehensive program committed to relevant, engaging, individualized experiences, while fostering a culture of personal and professional growth in a safe, diverse, positive learning environment.”