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Reminder: School will be closed Friday, May 22 - Tuesday, May 26th. Offices will be closed on Monday, May 25th only. Have a happy and safe LONG weekend - remember to thank a Veteran!

Local Author Visit

May 22, 2015 - Capital Region Author, Eric Devine, visited our 10th and 11th graders recently. Mr. Devine has a number of outstanding novels for teens. He is a very engaging speaker that really caught and HELD the interest of our students! Click here to visit Mr. Devine's website

Senior Sports Dinner

May 22, 2015 - The Booster Club held their annual Senior Dinner on Monday at the Fairways or Halfmoon. We'd like to congratulate all our athletes on a great year and thank them for their outstanding representation of the Hoosic Valley School District. Both the softball and baseball teams have just started post-season playoffs and the track team will head to sectionals on Friday, May 29th, 4 pm at Stillwater - - come on out and show your support.

Valley Falls - Pittstown Summer Program

May 22, 2015 - Registration for the Valley Falls - Pittstown Summer Program will be held on June 2nd and 3rd from 5:30 - 7:00 pm at the Valley Falls Community Hall. Any child entering kindergarten through the age of 15 may participate.

The program runs from June 29th until August 6th from 9-11 am. First swim session begins July 6th, second session begins July 20th. To register by mail download forms here or pick up forms at the Valley Falls Library. All participants must have immunization records at the time of registration. Contact Mary McNeice at 753-6679 with any questions.

Learning Fair

May 20, 2015 - Students in grades 4-6 certainly impressed everyone that visited the 2015 Learning Fair. This is another great event sponsored by PTO that supports independent learning and is a fun activity the kids look forward to every year. Click here for more photos.

20th Annual Student Science Research Symposium

May 20, 2015 - Hoosic Valley Research is going strong after 20 years of studies, projects and students.. They held their Annual Symposium on May 19th and were very happy to welcome Melissa Kalbfliesh back as the featured speaker for the evening. Ms. Kalbfliesh is a Hoosic Valley and Science Research Alumni who now uses her talents to find natural solutions to take the place of plastics and many of the eco-unfriendly products we currently use . Student presenters were Colin Claus, The Relationship between Wind Damage and Roof Shape, Alyssa Paul, Neuromuscular Exercises and How They Effect Knee Injuries in Female Soccer Athletes, and Isaac Rezey, The Psychological Aspects of Advertising: Mood and Color in Context. Great job everyone! Click here for more photos

Budget Vote Passed

May 20, 2015 - Thank you to everyone that come out and supported the budget vote yesterday. We are happy to report that the budget along with the bus purchases were both approved. Congratulations and thanks to Jim Ryan on being elected to the BOE for another four years.

Voting results: Budget - 226 yes votes vs 44 no votes. Bus purchase - 221 yes votes vs 43 no votes.

Wasaren League Champs......AGAIN

May 18, 2015 - Congratulations to Coach Brooks and the boys. They once again captured the League title, this makes four in a row! The girls finished second in the league. Both teams received the number one seeding for Sectionals. Sectional games begin this week!

Sectional Brackets

High School Graduation
Friday, June 26th, 6:00 p.m. at the Saratoga Springs City Center

May 11, 2015 - The school year has once again flown by, it's hard to believe we have just about a month left before finals begin. The end of year is jammed packed with award ceremonies and programs. Seniors and senior parents please take a moment to review all the important graduation dates and guidelines now. You've worked very hard over the last 13 years trying to get to this moment. We encourage everyone to make the most of graduation by reviewing all the dates and making sure they are prepared ahead of time.

Click here for the Graduation Letter from Mr. Apostol including important graduation dates, activities and the parking map

May 10, 2015 - Presenting the 2015 Junior Prom Court: Freshman – Blake Wiegert & Sarah Kennelly, Sophomores – Isaac Sanchez & Madison Eddy, Seniors – Cole Carner & Whitney Burke, ,Juniors – Ala Mohammed-Ali Kayla, Carknard, Kolbie Snyder, Cierra Casale, Rusty Herrington, Demaris Houlihan, Nick Ames, Kierstan Czuwala. Prom King – Tim Rossi and Prom Queen – Kate Kennelly.

Click here for Coronation Photos

Click here for Mr. Myotts Prom Photos

Click here for After Prom Party Photos

May 11, 2014 - The After Prom was a HUGE success with over 280 kids attending. Click here for info including a list of prize winners.

Continuous Recruitment
Per Diem Substitutes (All Areas)

September 5, 2014 - Hoosic Valley uses substitute personnel on a daily basis in a number of different position. Anyone interested in substituting must first submit an application and be board approved. Upon approval names are added to the "Sub List" and then Substitute personnel are called upon on an as needed basis.  Employment applications can be obtained from the school offices or by calling 753-4458 or click here to download an application packet.

  • Teacher – Substitute - (Certified $80/day; Uncertified $65/day)
  • Teaching Assistant, Teacher Aide, Food Service Helper, Clerical – Substitute - ($8.75/hour)
  • Custodian - Substitute - ($8.75/hour)
  • Bus Driver - Substitute - ($15.51/hour)
  • Bus Aide – Substitute - ($8.82/hour)
  • Nurse – Substitute - (LPN $65/day; RN $80/day)
  • Home Tutor – ($15/hour)


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Virtue of the Month

It’s important to show civility to each person you see throughout the day.  Maybe there is someone who you don’t get along with very well – or someone that you are in a disagreement with.  It is STILL important to be civil to them.  That means that you shouldn’t purposely ignore them or give them mean looks. It’s important to look at them and say hello to them if they come up to you, answer them in a calm, respectful voice if they talk to you and only use kind words.

Click here for more info on our monthly virtues

Anti-Bullying Rules

1. We will not bully others.
2. We will try to help students who are bullied.
3. We will try to include students who are left out.
4. If we know someone is being bullied, we will tell an adult at school and at home.



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Last updated on May 22, 2015