UV English students take a “Long Walk” to better understand a modern classic

Unadilla Valley 7th grade English students recently got to experience – at least in part – the signature activity in a New York Times best-selling novel. The students in Katie Wolford’s class emulated how 11-year-old Nya walked eight hours a day for water for her family in the book, A Long Walk to Water. The …

The Storm Watch, May 17-21

Students Participate in a Paint-Drumming Activity By Shannon Lloyd Students in Mrs. Kellogg’s 8:1:1 class spent their week learning all about music. They were taught all about the different instruments, instrument families, genres of music, and even learned to play some music themselves. The musical theme of the week was wrapped up with a fun …

Yearbook ordering update

There is still time to order a yearbook! If you already ordered one; you will receive a phone call or email once the books are ready. We do not have a set date for when they will be ready yet, but it is looking like mid-June. Thank you for your support and patience!  https://forms.gle/c8D4dTE4SngWQPLE7

Pfizer vaccine clinics set for June 2; anyone 12 and up

Please see the attached flyer regarding two Pfizer vaccine clinics on June 2 for anyone 12 years old and older. One conducted by Bartles Pharmacy will be at the Oxford fire station. The other conducted by Public Health will be at the Old Label Shopper in Norwich. For the Bartles Pharmacy clinic, please use this …

UV’s 2021-22 budget approved by voters

Voters in the Unadilla Valley CSD approved a $23.4 million budget Tuesday, May 18 by a vote of 137 to 46. The spending plan keeps the district within its tax levy limit. “We want to thank voters for turning out tonight. This budget was designed to move Unadilla Valley forward out of the COVID-19 pandemic …

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