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  • WATERLOO EDUCATION ASSOCIATION HONORS TEACHING ASSISTANTS 

    Teachers of Year

    The Waterloo Education Association did something different this year. 

    Rather than honoring one teacher as its annual Teacher of the Year recognition, the WEA presented the award to the 29 Teaching Assistants in the Waterloo Central School District. The group was honored at a Sept. 1 assembly on Opening Day for staff. 

    “We would be lost without them,” WEA Co-President Jacque Hauf said. “I can’t think of one teacher who wouldn’t welcome a Teaching Assistant with open arms.” 

    “Teaching Assistants perform essential work with our students every day,” Superintendent of Schools Terri Bavis said. “We felt that is was important to honor our dedicated Teaching Assistants for the care and compassion they provide for our students every day.” 

    The honorees, listed by school, are: 

    Skoi-Yase Primary 

    Michelle Andrews, Becky Balch, Angela Markel-Grillone, Kate Jones, Traci Moracco, Colleen Nearpass, Kelly Consentino, Shannon Legott, Ashley Slate. 

    LaFayette Primary 

    Brittany Cieri, Heidi Clingerman, Christine Hrycko, Casey Kapp, Amy Ochs, Paula Thomas, Jackie Hurlburt, Nicole DeChick, Eric Hamlin, Alisha Skinner. 

    Waterloo Middle School 

    Heather Bonetti, Jayme Herron, Robin Lukowski, Kim Maines, Cathy Rosario, Jen Szewc. 

    Waterloo High School 

    Karen Ditzell, Courtney Parker, Phoebe Williams, Sue Wooden. 

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  • BOARD OF EDUCATION APPROVES GIRLS WRESTLING PROGRAM

    The Waterloo Central School District Board of Education unanimously approved the addition of a girls wrestling program at its Aug. 29 meeting.

    Waterloo joins Canandaigua as the second school in Section V to offer girls wrestling as a scholastic sport. Girls wrestling is considered an emerging sport by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association and a committee is being formed at the state level.

    “I am very pleased that Waterloo is able to provide this opportunity to our student-athletes,” Superintendent of Schools Terri Bavis said. “I am happy that we are taking this step forward this year.”

    Waterloo has had about five girls compete on its wrestling team during the 20-year tenure of head coach Tyrone Thomas.

    “This is an up-and-coming sport and I am very excited to have this opportunity,” Thomas said. “I am optimistic that we can build this program and create something special.”

    The addition of girls wrestling provides funding for tournament registration fees, coaches and transportation to two tournaments.

    “I appreciate the support of our Board of Education and Mrs. Bavis with this new endeavor,” Director of Health, Physical Education and Athletics Christal Kent said. “I would like to personally thank Coach Thomas for always putting our student-athletes first and advocating for this addition. He is always willing to go above and beyond which is very much appreciated! His leadership in Waterloo Athletics and our wrestling program certainly shows in the success of his athletes.”

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  • Public Notice

    Notice is hereby given that the annual inspection for the 2021-2022 school year of the school buildings of the Waterloo Central School District for fire hazards which might endanger the lives of students, teachers, and employees therein, has been completed and the report thereof is available at the office of the Waterloo Central School District at 109 Washington Street Waterloo, NY 13165, for inspection by all interested persons.

  • January 4th, 2020

    The federal and state moratoriums on evictions are currently scheduled to be lifted in January 2021. Due to this, there may be an increase in the number of families who will experience a loss of housing. Governor Cuomo has announced an expansion of the state’s rent relief program. Eligibility criteria has changed and applications will be accepted until February 1st, 2021Click here for more information and to apply.

    Also If you have questions on your rights or need referrals for housing there is a Statewide hotline: 833-503-0447, open 24/7. They will soon be able to answer questions in all languages with interpreters. This is a referral line only — hotline workers aren’t able to answer specific legal questions, but they will be able to direct you to the courts, clerks offices and other resources in your region. If you don’t get through the first time, keep trying!
    If you lose your housing or are living in temporary housing please let your school know!  We are here to help!

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  • IF YOU SHOULD NEED IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE FOR EMOTIONAL HEALTH PLEASE:

           -call or visit Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program (CPEP) at Clifton Springs 

             Hospital  315-462-1080

           -call Finger Lakes Lifeline 2-1-1

           -call 9-1-1

           -contact the National Crisis Text Line by texting the word: HOME to 741-741


  • All Students. All Staff. One Family

    The MISSION of the Waterloo Central School District is to put kids first every day. We support each student on a personalized journey to realize their goals. Our caring community develops learners and leaders.

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  • The Waterloo Central School District affirms that no person shall be subjected to discrimination, denied benefits, or excluded from participation in employment or in any educational program or activity on the basis of age, gender, sexual orientation, race, color, ethnicity, religion, creed, national origin, marital status, disability, or on any other basis in accordance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title IX, Title IV, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and other federal or state laws.  The Waterloo Central School District provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.

    The Waterloo Central School District encourages students, parents, staff, and community members to report any harassing, bullying, abusive, or unsafe behavior as soon as possible to a school district official, or when appropriate, to law enforcement.

    Superintendent Terri Bavis serves as the Compliance Officer/Coordinator and is authorized to coordinate and carry out the responsibilities of the district under this policy and to coordinate compliance with the regulations and to process any complaint and/or grievance that may be filed in accordance with the grievance procedure heretofore adopted by the District’s Board of Education.  Ms. Bavis can be reached at 315-539-1501; via email at Terri.Bavis@waterloocsd.org; or via mail at the District Office: 109 Washington Street, Waterloo, NY 13165.

    The Waterloo Central School District also prohibits all harassing conduct based on gender, race, sexual orientation, or any other status protected by state or federal law.  The Waterloo Central School District considers harassing conduct to be an abuse contrary to the high moral ethical standards of an educational institution.

    Harassing conduct generally consists of subjecting an individual, on the basis of his/her membership in a protected class, to conduct and/or communications that are sufficiently severe, pervasive, or persistent as to have the purpose or effect of: creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive environment; substantially or unreasonably interfering with an individual’s work or a student’s educational performance, opportunities, benefits, or well-being; or otherwise adversely affecting an individual’s employment or educational opportunities.

    Harassing conduct can include unwelcome verbal, written, or physical conduct which offends, denigrates, or belittles an individual because of his/her membership in a protected class.  Such conduct includes, but is not limited to, derogatory remarks, jokes, demeaning comments or behavior, slurs, mimicking, name-calling, graffiti, innuendo, gestures, physical contact, stalking, threatening, bullying, extorting, or the display or circulation of written materials or pictures.

    The Waterloo Central School District will not tolerate the use of a position of authority to obtain sexual favors in supervisor/employee or faculty/student relationships.  Neither will it condone expressions or actions by any person affiliated with the School District that in any manner constitute sexually harassing conduct, including student-to-student harassment.  Attempts to suppress the report of such actions or to retaliate for the presentation of a report will be considered in the same light as the offending behavior.

    Inquiries concerning the application of this policy may also be referred to the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights (OCR), 32 Old Slip, 26th Floor, New York, NY 10005, Telephone: 646-428-3900.

    For further information on non-discrimination, visit https://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/nondisc.html or call 1-800-421-3481.

     

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