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Scones with a side of science

There is so much science in baking. Leeann Noonan’s students recently made chocolate chip scones and while the finished product was absolutely delicious, they learned so much in the process.   Scones should be flaky! Ms. Noonan explained that the secret to flakiness in baked goods is that the butter must be very cold from …

Mindful Art program culminates in beautiful exhibit by students

Pine Bush Elementary School partnered with Bethel Woods Center for the Arts for an eight-week program bringing mindful art to three of its classes – Kindergarten ICT, CASTLE grades 3-5 and CASTLE grades K-2.   The Mindful Art program introduced students in these classes to the world of expressive art making while teaching mindfulness skills …

CVMS students use Tinkercad to create their own unique bookmarks

It takes practice, but students in Julie Facciolla’s STEAM class at Circleville Middle School were able to move their elements, change color of objects, rotate them and ultimately create their own customized bookmarks using Tinkercad, an app for 3D design, electronics and coding.     Ms. Facciolla demonstrated for her students how to manipulate their …

We are celebrating the third-grade authors at EJR

Moira Roberts and Laura Ronson’s third-graders celebrated their writing and drawing with an author’s day! The students’ writing was about small moments in their lives – they wrote about cookies, a crazy afternoon, a trip to the hospital, getting stitches, a fun Thursday, and much more!   The students shared their stories with their classmates …

PBHS students learn of the dangers of vaping, especially in parks and playgrounds

Tri-County Prevention Coalition, one of our most trusted partners here in the Pine Bush Central School District, was on-hand at Pine Bush High School last week garnering the support of students for their current project.     Along with POW’R (Putnam, Orange, Westchester, Rockland) Against Tobacco, Tri-County Prevention Coalition is working to get local municipalities …

Mocha and Jack enjoy some stories and hugs at CES

Each month, Circleville Elementary School students in four classrooms have some special visitors: Mocha and Jack, certified therapy dogs, along with their humans, Samantha and Wendy.   In February, Mocha and Jack visited Jamie Bennett and Beverlyann Feuerstack’s first grade classrooms as well as Lisa Quick and Kaylin Bourke’s in fourth grade. The students in …

District announces new polling sites, merged districts for budget vote and board of education election in May

Voters in the Pine Bush Central School District will have new polling sites for the upcoming budget vote and board of education election in May.     The board of education approved  combining voting districts 1 and 2 together into district 1, and districts 3 and 4 together into district 2. Residents of the towns …

CVMS modified basketball team looks for undefeated season under the caring, watchful eye of Coach Frost

Derrick Frost is in his sixth season as the modified basketball coach at Circleville Middle School, where he teaches social studies. There have been ‘up’ years and ‘down’ years as one should expect as a coach, he admits, but this year is one of those years that’s really up there! Coach Frost and his team …

Hooray for 100 days!

Lisa Andryshak’s kindergarten class was 100 days brighter as they celebrated the 100th day of school.   Students counted to 100 by ones and tens, built a 100 cup structure, wrote about the number 100, did 100 piece puzzles, and found out that it takes more than 100 licks to get to the center of …

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