CES going to all virtual learning until Nov. 10

One positive COVID-19 case at PAK, CVMS; no change to learning plan at either school    Over the past two days, the district and the Orange County Department of Health conducted simultaneous investigations into the first positive COVID-19 case at Circleville Elementary.  As a result, we have learned about four additional positive cases and other …

Hybrid students in grades 7-12 will return to school buildings Nov. 10

We are excited to announce that we will be inviting our hybrid students in grades 7-12 back into our school buildings beginning Tuesday, Nov. 10 (which will be an “A” day).  Students who have signed up for hybrid learning will learn virtually from home for three days per week (including Mobile Mondays for all) and …

Red Ribbon Week brings attention to alcohol and drug prevention

Monday, Oct. 26 kicks off the 31st annual Red Ribbon Week, sponsored by the Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Council (ADAC) of Orange County. Monroe-Woodbury is the host district for this first-ever virtual Red Ribbon Week. The theme of the week is Be Happy, Be Brave, Be Drug Free. The week starts strong with special guest …

Congratulations to the Aquila Academy STAR Students for October

Here are the CVMS Aquila Academy STAR Students for October 2020. Congratulations and keep up the great work! Jacob Drake Braydan Hultslander Logan Johnson Jeffrey Paes Javion Roldan Janalys Gavilanez Daniel Hickman Daniel Hufcut Harmony Ramirez Rayne Rasul Johnathan Bolding Emily Cassese Felicity Gonzalez Alex Kadanthod Marvin Valcin Brady Fandl Danellie Fernandez Max Fox Daniel …

Sixth-grade students take on the tower lab challenge

Sixth-grade students in Stacie Blaut’s science class at CVMS, both virtual and in person, recently took on the tower challenge. Their goal: construct a 12-inch free-standing tower using the least amount of index cards in order to hold a stuffed animal for 20 seconds.  The students used a variety of different methods for construction – …

In-Person hybrid learning begins Tuesday, Oct. 6; documents to review and forms to complete

Our pre-k students have been back in the buildings for nearly two weeks. On Tuesday, Oct. 6, students from kindergarten through grade 6 will join them! We will all be masked and socially distanced, of course, but we are so looking forward to seeing those students whose parents have opted for in-person learning. Please click …

Hybrid in-person learning begins Oct. 6 for grade 6 and special ed students; mobile Mondays start

A message from Principal Lisa Hankinson: Beginning Monday, Oct. 5, all middle school students will switch their “flex” day to “Mobile Mondays,” in order to put them in sync with their younger siblings who are in our elementary schools. From that point on, all PB students will continue to have asynchronous instruction on “Mobile Mondays” …

A message from your principal

Click here for a message from Principal Hankinson as we start the 2020-2021 school year. 

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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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