A Jr./Sr. High School school closure update from Principal Matthew Sloane

Dear Middleburgh Jr. Sr. High School Families: This has been a particularly difficult week for students and staff as the reality sinks in that we won’t be seeing one another in our schools this year. We have begun the process of emptying our buildings, allowing teachers limited access to the buildings to retrieve items. This …

Free community wifi hotspots available at eight locations to help address Internet connectivity concerns

Middleburgh school community: We want to make sure our students don’t have any connectivity issues keeping them from their school work.  If you’re having any Internet connectivity challenges, Midtel has community WiFi hotspots at these locations: • Blenheim Town Hall, 1748 St. Rt. 30, North Blenheim • Broome Town Hall, 920 State Route 145, Middleburgh …

Congratulations to Middleburgh Jr./Sr. High School’s Class of 2020 ‘Top 5!’

The Middleburgh School District is proud to introduce the Class of 2020 “Top 5”: 1. Ania Keidong Ania is involved with the school’s music groups, Drama Club and the Timothy Murphy Playhouse’s summer musicals. She is co-president of the Class of 2020, vice president of the school’s chapter of the National Honor Society and a …

‘2020 Prom’ postponed to a later date

Middleburgh 2020 Prom families and school community: As you already know, Gov. Cuomo has closed school for the remainder of this school year.  This means 2020 Prom, originally scheduled for Saturday, May 16, has to be postponed to a later date.  More details will be coming when we get further information on the restart of …

School board elections and budget votes to be conducted by mail and tallied on June 9

In an effort to keep New Yorkers safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Cuomo’s May 1 executive order states school board elections and budget votes statewide will be held by absentee ballot and tallied on June 9. The school board elections and budget votes will all be conducted by mail and all qualified voters will …

An update for those interested in running for the Board of Education

Pursuant to the governor’s Executive Order 202.26 regarding candidate petitions: There is no minimum number of signatures required on nominating petitions this year. Candidates for the office of school board member on the Middleburgh Central School District’s Board of Education must, however, meet the qualification requirements set forth in Section 2102, Education Law,  in addition …

A May 1 update from Superintendent Brian Dunn about the school closure for the rest of this year

Dear Middleburgh school community: During his daily briefing today, May 1, Gov. Cuomo announced New York State schools will be closed for the rest of the school year. While we all agree on how valuable it would be to have schools reopen this year and wished there was an opportunity to return to school, we …

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