Website redesigned to better serve community

The Schenevus Central School District website has been redesigned, updated and modernized to better serve the school community. This website redesign has been planned for more than a year to ensure that the district is in full compliance with federal regulations governing digital accessibility. This was a necessary step to shield the district from potential …

Schenevus, Worcester finish study of merger

A 20-member committee appointed to navigate the potential merging of the Schenevus and Worcester Central School produced tentative findings from a months-long feasibility study.  Read more in The Daily Star.

COVID-19 testing available for students through Bassett Healthcare Network

School based healthcare practitioners  through the through Bassett Healthcare Network have the ability to conduct COVID-19 testing for Schenevus student enrolled in the Bassett school based health program. If your child is feeling ill please call (607) 638-5402 or 844-255-7242 between 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekdays to learn more to to schedule an …

Remote learning technology help available

BOCES has created an informational website to support parents and families during at-home learning. Their instructional technology toolkit is available here. 

Transportation policy vote Oct. 15

Just a reminder that on October 15th from noon-9:00 pm. Schenevus residents are invited to come to the school to cast their vote on whether or not to change the current transportation of student mileage limits.  Currently, the mileage limits previously approved by the community and adopted by the BOE, state students will be transported …

Reopening plan updates

Dear Schenevus Parents and Students, As you may know, Governor Cuomo, last Friday, mandated schools to have a COVID-19 testing protocol for students and staff, as well as a contact tracing plan in place by this Friday, in order to be able to re-open in person.  We have spent most of this week trying to …

Bus Proposition Vote Aug. 31

Voting on a proposition to purchase a 65-passenger bus and two 7-passenger vehicles will be held at Schenevus Central School on Monday, Aug. 31.  The proposition would authorize the district to purchase: One 65-passenger school bus. Two vehicles that can accommodate up to seven passengers. While the maximum the district could spend to purchase these …

Voters approve proposed budget

On June 16, Schenevus Central School voters approved the proposed $9,463,099 budget for the 2020-21 school year, 443-251. The budget is a 2.91% tax levy increase, equal to the district’s tax levy limit.  A proposition to purchase one school bus and two additional passenger vehicles was defeated, 336-360. A proposition to fund a school district …

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