The Thanksgiving Holiday will be November 27-29, 2019.
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On Monday, November 18, 2019, Victor Central School District residents voted in favor of the 2021 Capital Project Bond Proposition. The results of the $29,287,427 plan were 531 “YES” votes and 219 “NO” votes. The project will go out for bid in the Fall of 2020. For details on the Capital Project go to: https://www.victorschools.org/district/2021-capital-project
Victor Central Schools is currently seeking nominations for the Graduate of Distinction award. The deadline for this prestigious award is January 20, 2020. For more information go to https://www.victorschools.org/community/alumni/graduate-of-distinction
On Friday, November 22 at 7pm and Saturday, November 23 at 1pm and 7pm, VictorJunior High School will present the musical Annie at the JH/SH Arts Center.
The Victor Senior High School Cares Club, in cooperation with the Victor-Farmington Food Cupboard and Foodlink, kicks-off the 2019-2020 Snackpack program in time for Columbus Day weekend.
On Thursday, October 10, 2019, the Victor Board of Education named Jay Schickling as its new Assistant Superintendent for Business. Schickling replaces Interim Business Official, John Zappia, who has been filling the post since July, following the resignation of Joseph Dougherty.
The Junior High School will host its annual Senior Citizen’s Day on Monday, November 4, 2019, at 9:00 am.
On Thursday, October 10, 2019, at its regular monthly meeting, the Board of Education was honored for their service to our school community. Each year, the New York State School Boards Association (NYSSBA) sponsors School Board Recognition Week to recognize school board members for their commitment to New York public school children.
On Tuesday, October 22, from 7 to 8 pm, the Victor Senior High School will host “More Than Just Said,” a conversation about mental health, wellness, suicide prevention and how schools and parents can partner together for ALL students. The special event will be held in the JH/SH Arts Center.
Students and staff in the Early Childhood and Senior High Schools came back to brand new health offices this September.
The offices feature approximately 750 square feet of air conditioned space that include four beds with privacy curtains, an examination/treatment room, storage space and laundry facilities.
The Victor Central School District was ranked 17 out of 431 Upstate New York school districts by Buffalo Business First Magazine.
On Friday, August 23rd, the Village of Victor reported that the second water sample tested in the wake of the E-coli scare passed.
We have been notified by the Village of Victor the second water sample tested has passed. This means the water provided by the village is safe to drink. However, we have some internal work to do before we can drink our water in district.
The following is an update regarding the community’s E. coli concerns. According to a representative from the village, the water passed the first of two re-tests. The results of the second test are anticipated on Friday morning, August 23.
The New York State Education Department has announced that Victor Senior High School has been officially recognized as a Recognition School.
Letters mailed to Affected Families.