Whitesboro Central School District


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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 2017-18 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!

    As you can see, we have so much taking place in our schools, from academic and athletic achievements, to acts of volunteerism and kindness, to continued upgrades to our facilities. We have expanded this issue to showcase more of what we have accomplished as a District.  

    One initiative you will hear more about is our “We are Warriors” program, which encourages students to behave responsibly and respectfully at all times. “Warriors” stands for “We are respectful and responsible in our respective schools.” This idea grew out of discussions regarding the results of our climate survey which was administered last year and represents a collaborative effort between students, staff, and administration. A special thank you to our Middle School Assistant Principal, Mr. Spost, for spearheading this campaign!... (click 
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    Dr. Brian K. Bellair
    Superintendent of Schools

Fall Newsletter

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Our Mission

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