Gov. Cuomo postpones school board elections and school budget votes to at least June 1

Attention Middleburgh school community: Please be advised that today, March 30, Gov. Cuomo issued an executive order postponing school board elections  and school budget votes to at least June 1. Gov. Cuomo’s order According to Executive Order 202.13: “Any school board, library board, or village election scheduled to take place in April or May of …

New www.mcseducationonline.org website now houses all student digital resources needed during extended school closure

Today, March 30, the Middleburgh School District launched a new website, https://www.mcseducationonline.org/   which now houses all the digital resources students need during this extended school closure. Each grade level and course has materials to access, and teachers will be updating the material each week.  “As we continue to monitor the evolving COVID-19/Coronavirus situation, it …

A March 27 message from Superintendent Brian Dunn on the extended school closure

Dear Middleburgh school community: Today, March 27, Gov. Andrew Cuomo ordered all New York State schools to remain closed through April 15.  This is an update from his initial order which had a return date of April 1. Gov. Cuomo’s March 27 order We support the governor’s order as it has been made in the …

Request for participation: Child care needs during COVID-19 related program closures

If you are a parent or caregiver who needs child care, please complete this parent need for child care survey. Based on the information you provide about your job, employer, number of children, and financial need,  the New York State Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS) may be able to help you find the child …

A message from the Middleburgh School-based health center

Dear Middleburgh Central School students and families, We want you to know we are still here for you and your families in this stressful and challenging time. We think about your students and your families daily and we miss them already. Although we will not be able to complete visits from the school- based health …

YMCA extends child care opportunities to cover ‘essential workers’ during the extended school closure

The Capital District YMCA has extended care to cover “essential” workers. In addition to licensed health professionals such as physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, registered nurses and LPNs, For the complete “essential worker” list: https://esd.ny.gov/guidance-executive-order-2026 The Y has also partnered with several other organizations, such as the Victory Church, and is providing food for children …

A message from the Middleburgh Board of Education on the extended school closure

Dear Middleburgh school community: There’s a quote by author Dr. Steve Maraboli which reminds us of the situation the Middleburgh school community — and everyone worldwide — is dealing with now as this fluid COVID-19 situation changes daily, if not faster. Dr. Maraboli wrote: “Life doesn’t get easier or more forgiving; we get stronger and …

Need assistance? YMCA to host child care for emergency personnel

The Capital District YMCA is responding to the critical need for childcare services for emergency personnel. Effective Monday, March 23 beginning at 7a.m., the Capital District YMCA will provide childcare for emergency personnel who do not have the option to work from home, as defined by The New York State Education Department. Emergency health care …

‘Grab and Go’ food service for Middleburgh students begins March 17

During this extended school closure, Middleburgh Central School will begin to provide free  “Grab and Go” breakfast and lunch meal service for students (18 and under) effective Tuesday, March  17. Here’s the details: Hours of operation: 7:45 to 9 a.m. Monday through Friday Pick-up locations (Choose the closest location to your home): A1 Crewell Feed …

Middleburgh schools to be closed through April 1

Dear Middleburgh school community: This is an update on the rapidly evolving situation regarding COVID-19/Coronavirus. We continue to monitor all guidance from local, state and federal agencies. At this time, there are no confirmed cases of coronavirus in the school district. Gov. Cuomo has ordered all New York State schools closed through March 31,  with …

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