UV announces valedictorian and salutatorian

Valedictorian and salutatorian 2020-21 We are proud to announce the two members of the class of 2021 who have been given the title of valedictorian and salutatorian. Both of these students have devoted much time and hard work into their years at Unadilla Valley, and that is very evident in the grades and achievements that …

The Storm Watch, June 7-11

Social work interns help UV families By Shannon Lloyd This school year, under the supervision of Sarah Wall, our school social worker, three college students, studying in the field of social work , completed their field placement at Unadilla Valley. The interns from SUNY Binghamton (Janette Grainger and Alexandra Thompson) and SUNY Brockport (Bryn Wright) …

Superintendent’s message, June 15

Good afternoon, Today an empty 12-gauge shotgun shell was found in the Elementary School parking lot. Given the circumstances of how the shell was found and where, we consider it likely it inadvertently fell from a vehicle. Even so, school staff investigated the incident to be sure. There have been no threats to the school, …

2021 Yearbooks will be ready June 17

The 2021 Yearbooks will be ready Thursday, June 17 ! If you have already paid for your book, it will be delivered to your child at school on Thursday.  If you are virtual, you can pick your book up starting this Friday (please make arrangements with the secondary/elementary office when you plan to pick it …

Student Device Collection Information

Below is important information regarding student device collection: Elementary: Teachers will communicate the date students will return their devices. Pre-K to 2nd grade: students return their iPad only; they may keep their charger.  3rd grade: students return their iPad and charger. 4th & 5th grade: students return their Chromebook and charger. Virtual students may drop off their devices …

The Storm Watch, June 1-4

Tenth Grade Students Participate in a Research-Based Service Learning Project in Mrs. Paulson’s English Classes.  By Shannon Lloyd Sophomore students in Mrs. Paulson’s class recently studied the novel, Into the Wild by Jon Krakaur. This novel is about Chris McCandless, a man who pursues his life on his own terms and also donates his time …

10th graders launch research-based, service-learning projects

Drawing inspiration from the acclaimed book Into the Wild, 10th grade students launched several research-based service-learning projects in Mrs. Paulson’s English classes this spring. Into the Wild, written by Jon Krakauer, details the story of Chris McCandless who pursues his life on his own terms and donates time and money to charities along the way. …

NHS and NJHS inductions to be live-streamed

National Junior Honor Society Inductions are tonight at 5:30 p.m. in the Secondary Library and National Senior Honor Society Inductions are tonight at 6:15 p.m. in the Secondary Library. Both will be streamed on our YouTube Channel UVStorm Xtra, the link is below: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2jNr0uL6lqeh5bJID4nt_Q

District mask policy remains unchanged for Monday, June 7

Late Friday, New York State Health Commissioner Howard Zucker issued a letter informing the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) that the state would ease the mask requirements in schools as early as Monday, June 7 unless the CDC advises the state before Monday it should not take this action. This, according to the letter, would …

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