Dear Parents/Guardians,

As the New York State Education Department (NYSED) Assessments are on the horizon, several questions have been raised regarding a parent or student’s ability to refuse testing. Please see Dr. O'Connor's 3/26 letter regarding NYS assessments...

Please see Frequently Asked Questions & Answers



Please see the BOE-adopted 2015-2016 Calendar-at-a-Glance.  Note that parent-teacher conference days and other school and community partner dates will be mapped in over the next few months and complete within the Google calendar(s) by August, as usual.

Please see the YCSD Advocacy website for BOE resolutions, sample letters, legislator contacts and more to help inform educational policy decisions.

Important Announcements from Dr. Napolitano
  • Please note that the district has used all five days allotted for inclement weather.  Schools will be in session Monday, March 30, Tuesday March 31 and Monday, April 6.  If necessary, weather make-up days will be taken in the following order:

    • Wednesday, April 1
    • Thursday, April 2
    • Friday, April 3
January 29, 2015 letter re important dates, weather make-up days (Updated as of March 5, 2015)
Please see Message from Town of Yorktown regarding Road Conditions


Wanted:  Gently Used Plastic Toys!
March 12-April 15
Drop toys off in lobby bin at Yorktown High School
The YHS Environmental Club thanks you!
See flyer for details

Please see the full text of Superintendent of Schools Dr. Ralph Napolitano's March letter


March 2, 2015

Dear Parents, Guardians and Members of the Yorktown Community,

“Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on Earth.”  -- Muhammad Ali


The Yorktown Central School District is taking a proactive stance in maintaining a healthy school environment. The following procedures are being implemented to ward off potential colds and viruses.

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Attention all students grades 3-8:
 
Please click here for resources to help learn how to type!


Continuously updated events from community partners

Save the Date:  April 11, 2015

Foundation for Excellence in Yorktown Education Dinner Dance/Casino Night (see link)

Each year the Foundation honors those who personify excellence. All are welcome to honor five outstanding educators in our district, one from each school. Collectively they are smart, engaged, invested and creative:


2015 Honorees:

Emily Kluga from YHS
Elizabeth WP from MESMS
Jeff Whalen from Crompond
Camille Luongo from Brookside
Antonella Dable from Mohansic


The entire community is welcome to attend all public Board of Education meetings.  

The next meeting of the 2014-2015 school year is Monday,April 13, at 7:00 p.m. at Mildred E. Strang Middle School.  Please see BoardDocs for each meeting agenda. 

All Board of Education videos, including the latest from March 23, 2015, are here. Each is annotated in conjunction with the agenda to make it viewer-friendly.  

The most current BOE meeting video is shown via YCSD-TV via FIOS channel 27 and Cablevision channel 18 at both 8:00 AM and 8:00 PM daily.


Important News for Kindergarten Parents

Attention Parents of
Incoming Kindergarten Students:

Please see the Kindergarten Registration web site for important information about the process and documentation you will need.

Please Enjoy Our Latest Concert

See the February 10, 2015 First Grade Concert!
Archives can be found here (under Our School)


Daily Announcements

Parents, please be aware that your child's report card for marking period two is available in the Parent Portal.

Attention Parents/Guardians!

Please see the Principal's Page for regularly updated important information.

Welcome to our school! We are a child centered primary school that believes in developing the whole child. Mohansic has a dedicated and talented staff who is committed to providing each child with a solid foundation in academic, behavioral, social and emotional skills. We encourage independence, and individuality while understanding the responsibilities we have to one another. Mohansic has a strong partnership with our parent body as well as the Yorktown community. It truly is "a special place."