On Thursday, July 2, 2020, the Whitesboro Central School District will be handing out free boxes of produce, meats and dairy products for the immediate families of District students and staff.
New York State Senator Joseph Griffo has released a congratulatory message for all of the Class of 2020 graduates from schools throughout the local region.
Utica National Insurance Group recently held a webinar regarding safely reopening schools during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Whitesboro Central School District will continue its meal distribution program for students throughout the summer, but some changes will be in effect.
The 2020 Whitesboro High School Commencement Ceremony must be held outside of Whitesboro High School in a controlled setting in which social distancing and other required safety measures are practiced.
The Whitesboro Warriors were well represented during the All-Mohawk Valley All-Stars Awards Show.
Although an in-person eighth grade advancement ceremony could not be held due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Class of 2024 still had the opportunity to celebrate their graduation from middle school and advancement to the high school with a virtual ceremony held on Thursday, June 18, 2020.
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“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.”