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Selection for the National Honor Society is based on outstanding scholarship (cumulative GPA of 90% or above), service, character and leadership. Membership in the NHS is an honor and a responsibility.

Nomination letters for the Waverly Chapter of the National Honor society will be distributed soon. If a student receives a nomination letter, based on academic eligibility, and is interested in becoming a member of the National Honor Society, they must complete an application. Download Application

Applications with proof of 3 hours of community service (hours must have been accumulated within the 2016 calendar year) are due in room 155 by 3 p.m. on Wednesday, March 2nd.

Once accepted, members are expected to fulfill an individual minimum community service requirement of 4 hours per month.

Students (and families) will be informed of acceptance in writing by March 10th.

The induction ceremony will be held March 14th at 6:30 p.m. in the High School auditorium.

Any questions regarding NHS, please contact the advisor, Mrs. Shelley Garcia at shgarcia@gstboces.org.

Waverly Middle School appoints counselor

The Waverly Central School District is pleased to announce that Jennifer Hubbard has been appointed as Middle School counselor.

Mrs. Hubbard will provide academic, career and personal counseling services to students in grades 6-8 as part of the district's revamped middle school program.

According to Superintendent Randy Richards, the district moved away from the former middle school program to a "junior high" model at the end of the 2011 school year as a cost saving measure.

"The junior high model left our youngest - and sometimes most challenging - students without dedicated middle school services and treated them as part of the general high school population," said Dr. Richards.

After a few years, the decision was made to return to the middle school model and a program which better fits the developmental and academic needs of students in grades 6-8.

"In June 2014, the Board of Education set the goal of adding a dedicated school counselor for the middle school program, but many steps had to be accomplished before that could be done," said Dr. Richards.

Those steps included hiring middle school administration and support staff, developing a new middle school master schedule, working on curriculum and adding teaching staff. In addition, the physical office space at the high school was reworked to include separate high school and middle school offices, as well as school counseling and health offices.

"Once those steps were completed, we were at a point where we could hire a counselor to work with our 335 middle school students," said Dr. Richards.

Mrs. Hubbard served as a school counselor for the Polk County School Board in Bartow, Florida for five years and has six years of teaching experience. She holds Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education from Florida Southern College and a Master of Arts in Counseling from Webster University in Lakeland, Florida.

"Mrs. Hubbard's experience in working with students of all abilities will be a great asset to our students and faculty," said Dr. Richards. "She will work from the district's new guidance plan to ensure that a proactive approach is taken to meet the needs of all our students."

Mrs. Hubbard began her duties on January 11. She can be contacted by calling 607-565-8101, ext. 1013. Please join us in welcoming her and her family to our community.

  • All senior portraits for the yearbook are due January 31st. No exceptions!! Please see Mrs. Shaw with any concerns or problems.
  • Senior high yearbooks can be purchased in rooms 161 or 273 for $65. Prices go up February 1st.
  • Middle school yearbooks can be purchased in room 217 for $15.

Press Release

Date: January 4, 2016

Release Date: For Immediate Release

The Waverly High School will again be available for the public to walk the halls prior to the school day from 7 am to 7:45 am. The public may also use the new cardio room equipment, which is located directly across from the main office. The building will be open beginning in January and continuing until spring.

Contact: David Mastrantuono
Director of Management Services
Waverly Central School District
15 Frederick Street
Waverly, NY 14892
Phone: (607) 565-2841

Please review this letter about funds that the district will be applying for from the Smart Schools Bond Act.

The Yes! Safe Choices for Kids from Senator Akshar and Lourdes Hospital art contest had over 700 (K-5th grade) student entries from the surrounding counties with Waverly representing Tioga county. The contest theme was focused around making safe choices and staying away from drugs and alcohol. From those 700 entries, six finalists were from our district. The award winners representing 5th grade from Chemung Elementary were Sopia NeSisti, Emma Weaver and Michaela Lauper. The award winners representing Lincoln Street Elementary were first graders Allee Turner and Sophia Nierstedt and Alvin Gao was our Kindergarten winner. They each received a Toys R' Us gift card and four Binghamton Senators Hockey tickets for the post reception game Saturday night.

Starting from the left (Back Row: Senator Askar, Sophia DeSisti '5th', Emma Weaver '5th' (Front Row) Alvin Gao 'K', Allee Turner '1st' and Sopia Nierstedt '1st'. Michaela Lauper '5th' was also a contest winner but unable to attend.

Upcoming Events
High School Events
February 12, 2016
No School
Mid Winter Recess
February 15, 2016
No School
Mid Winter Recess
February 29, 2016
Early Dismissal 11:30AM
Chemung Elementary Events
February 17, 2016
Gertrude Hawk Fundraiser money due
February 26, 2016
Kopernik Dome Planetarium visiting 8:30
March 3, 2016
Class Photos 8:30am
Elm Street Events
February 11, 2016
Field Trip
Gr. 4 to Wonderworks
Lincoln Street Events
February 8, 2016
Book Fair & Art Show 5:30PM - 6:30PM
February 25, 2016
Lincoln Street Class Pictures
Class Pictures
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Substitutes for the following positions:
     Teacher Aides,
     Lunch Monitors,
     Secretaries &
     Bus Drivers

Applications available on this website under Employment

Send application to:
     David Mastrantuono,
     Director of
     Management Services
     15 Frederick Street,
     Waverly NY 14892

Waverly Central School District Beliefs
Children are our first priority and every decision and action must be based on their needs.

We believe …
      learning is a life-long process where high expectations, attainable goals, and academic needs are supported and where hard work is rewarded.

We believe …
      promoting the alliance of home, school, and community advances student success.

We believe …
      encouraging flexibility, creativity, and risk-taking helps students become critical problem solvers.

We believe …
      integrating modern technology and other resources prepares students for the future.

We believe …
      cultivating active, open and ongoing relationships with business and agency partners enhance student learning.

We believe …
      fostering enthusiasm for co-curricular activities encourages social and academic growth.

Waverly School District Goals
1. Graduation Rate Goals:
By June 2018 and thereafter, increase the graduation rate to 100%.

By June 2018 and thereafter, increase and maintain the percentage of students who are receiving Regents diploma with advanced designation from 34% in 2015 to 10% above the statewide average in 2018.

2. Student Achievement Goals:
By June 2018, increase academic achievement of all students through challenging and engaging curricula, effective instruction, and aligned assessments as measured by the NYS and local assessments.

By June 2018, address the needs of the whole child through challenging and engaging curricula, effective instruction, and aligned assessments engaging students in visual/performing arts, physical education, career/technical education, and life skills to help achieve personal success as measured by local assessments and participation rates.

3. Culture and Climate Goals:
By June 2018, students and families feel connected with and supported by the school as measured by a district-wide climate survey.

By June 2018, ensure that all schools, district departments and the Board of Education connect with all students and families as measured by a district-wide climate survey, student and family involvement, and attendance, dropout and suspension data.

4. Finance Goals:
By June 2018, generate and equitably allocate resources for programs and services that enable every student to succeed as measured by percentage of spending per student compared to BOCES region and state average.

By June 2018, educate the community to be advocates for public education as measured by the district-wide climate survey and by promoting positive press.

5. Family and Community:
By June 2018, increase number of community partnerships directly tied to service-based learning, job opportunities, and student leadership as measured by the number/types of partnerships, students involved, and the district-wide climate survey.

6. Extra-Curricular Activities Goal:
By June 2018, increase number of clubs/activities to engage all students, increase school spirit and address the needs of the whole child as measured by number and range of offerings.