Middle schools, high school will remain hybrid for now; elementary schools will begin four-day in-person this week

Good afternoon Pine Bush families and staff, I’m calling about our plans to Return to More Learning slated to begin this week.  The new guidelines from the NYS Department of Health indicate that in areas of high transmission of the coronavirus, middle school and high school students must maintain 6 feet of social distancing everywhere …

Pakanasink staff member tests positive for COVID; contact tracing is complete

On Sunday, April 11, the district learned that a staff member at Pakanasink Elementary School tested positive for COVID-19. In accordance with New York State Department of Health guidelines, contact tracing procedures have taken place. We appreciate your understanding that we cannot identify any individuals who test positive by name. We will continue to communicate …

Bus information is posted in your student’s Pine Bush email; new state health guidance may halt more in-person learning.

Good afternoon Pine Bush families and staff, I’m calling with two quick, but very important messages. First, I want families to know that if your child is slated for in-person instruction next week and relies on Birnie Bus service, all of the new bus information was sent to your child’s Pine Bush email account last …

CVMS Family Handbook updated for Return to More Learning

UPDATE: Circleville Middle School will remain in its hybrid learning program for now. We will not expand to four days of in-person learning as planned on April 13. We will update you with any changes. As we return to four days of in-person learning on Tuesday, April 13, for families who choose in-person instruction, we …

Crispell NJHS hosts ‘candemic’ and candy drive to benefit the community

Crispell National Junior Honor Society provided some community service before our spring break. First, they held a “Candemic,” a drive-through food drive collecting non-perishable food for the community. They donated the food to the Crawford PBA, which was hosting a food drive of its own.                     …

Principal Halsey Sproul keeps her promise and gives a pig a smooch

Principal Elizabeth Halsey Sproul came through on her promise! Back in February, the EJR team launched its Reading Together program where teachers and families share reading aloud with their students/children. All students in every grade would read a book together with their teachers and families. Principal Halsey Sproul threw in some incentive: Everyone read the …

Meal distribution time has changed for CVMS on Tuesdays

Meal distribution on Tuesdays at Circleville Middle School will now be held from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. This change takes effect on April 13 and continues through the school year. All other distribution times remain the same. Please remember to go to FamilyID to schedule your preferred pick-up time. Here is the  schedule for meal …

Board of education meeting Tuesday, April 13; watch the meeting live

The Pine Bush Board of Education is meeting on Tuesday, April 13, beginning at 7 p.m. at Pine Bush High School. The meeting is also being streamed live.   All who attend the meeting must remain socially distanced and wear masks. You may view the meeting live here. Residents not attending the meeting in person who …

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Pine Bush Central School District
State Route 302, Pine Bush, NY 12566
Phone: (845) 744-2031
Fax: (845) 744-6189
Tim O. Mains
Superintendent of Schools
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