Board of Education Candidate Petition Packets Available – Due April 22, 2024

Whom to Contact and When

Pre-Kindergarten Application 2024-2025 School Year  – English  Spanish

All Pine Bush Students Eligible for No-Cost Meals Beginning Nov. 1, 2023   

Elementary parents/guardians – join us for Family Connections on March 13

We invite you to join us for the upcoming Family Connections evening event. As part of the Elementary School Counseling Program, our school counselors will be providing opportunities for families to network and learn about important topics. At this event we will discuss student attendance and the importance of evening routines and schedules. This second event is …

League of Women Voters will register students at Pine Bush High School

Pine Bush High School students who are 16 or older can register to vote on Tuesday, March 5, and Thursday, March 7, outside of the cafeteria during all lunch periods.   Representatives from the League of Women Voters will be on hand providing information for students about voting, and registering those 16 and older who …

Board of education candidate petition packets are now available

Petition packets for prospective board of education candidates are now available to download here. Petition packets are also available at the district office. Contact Maria Wise, district clerk, at maria.wise@pinebushschools.org or 845-744-2031 ext. 4023, to pick one up.

Board adopts 2024-2025 student calendar

The board of education adopted the 2024-2025 student calendar at its Feb. 27, 2024 board meeting. Click here for details of the calendar  and a printable copy.

CVMS student receives commendation from Town of Wallkill for saving a life

The Town of Wallkill’s monthly board meeting on Feb. 22, 2024, was one with special meaning for our Circleville Middle School family.  Our very own eighth grade student, Destiny Howell-Bueti, was honored with the Lifesaving Merit Award for using her skills in CPR to save a life. George Serrano, Town of Wallkill Supervisor, flanked by …

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 …

Crispell and EJR are in good standing with New York State

The Pine Bush Central School District has much to celebrate as the two schools within the district that were identified for improvement have officially been removed from the state’s list. Both Crispell Middle School and Edward J. Russell Elementary School had been cited by New York State as schools in need of improvement. This week, …

District, Crawford Police deem threat made by student to be non-credible

On Thursday evening, Feb. 1, 2024, Pine Bush Central School District administrators became aware of a verbal threat allegedly made by a student at Crispell Middle School earlier in the day. Administrators immediately notified the Crawford Police Department, who launched their investigation. At the conclusion of their investigation, the police determined there was no immediate …

Virtually Speaking scheduled for Monday, Jan. 29, is postponed

Virtually Speaking with Superintendent Brian Dunn, scheduled for Monday, Jan. 29, has been postponed. Special guest Tom Kersting will join Superintendent Dunn when we have a new date. Tom Kersting will be be presenting “Disconnected: The Impact of Cell Phone Use on Teaching and Learning” on Tuesday, Jan. 30, in person at Pine Bush High …

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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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