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Waverly School District has completed the inspection of all schools and buildings in accordance with the laws regarding asbestos as a potential health hazard for students, employees, and visitors. Also, a management plan has been developed in compliance with the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act, which includes training of maintenance staff for safe handling, periodic re-inspection, surveillance and limited abatement by trained personnel. A copy of this management plan is available upon request by contacting Dave Mastrantuono at (607) 565-2841 ext. 1036

Welcome to Waverly Central Schools!

What's Happening at Waverly Schools?

Middle School

The red door mission at 359 Broad St, Waverly, NY will have backpacks with school supplies available 8/24 at 11am. Contact the guidance office if you have any questions or need help with supplies.

Click to download the Summer 2018 Waverly Newsletter
Click to download schedule and dates for No Cost Summer Meals
Click to download the Stuff the Bus Brochure
Click to download article about 8th graders visiting Lockheed Martin
Click to download article about 8th graders visiting Lockheed Martin
An image showing the top 10 students of 2018
Click Here for a full size image of the Collage.
Art classes in grades 2-4 at Elm St. took part in a cross-curricular STEAM unit focusing on Coordinate Planes. The students were introduced to the content through a variety of mediums and resources, including the very popular "Game Over Gopher" computer game. Through the instructional blending of technology, math and art, the students were able to plot over 80 coordinates in the goal of creating a TMNT themed image.
Waverly Students Learn about Lyme Disease

Watch a short video about Lyme Disease.
Waverly YES!Leads worked cooperatively with Elm St. PAWS Group to plan a free community event for students in grade pre-k - 4.

The Fun night was a huge success. Approximately 200 students showed up. YES!Leaders planned activities such as face painting, arts and crafts, dance party, leprechaun trap, and many activities in the gym. PAWS supplied food and drink and helped with check in, supervision and safety of all students. A great collaboration between both groups!

View the PDF with great pictures from this event.
Click Here for 2018-2019 Pre-K and Kindergarten registration information

Upcoming Events
District Events
August 23, 2018
BOE Regular Meeting 6:00 PM
in Learning Commons
High School Events
August 13, 2018
Band Camp 10:00am - 3:00pm
August 21, 2018
Booster Club Meeting 6:30pm
MS Cafeteria
September 5, 2018
First Day of School
September 10, 2018
Band Boosters Meeting 7:30pm
Elm Street Events
September 4, 2018
Back To School Night! 6:00 - 7:00 P.M.
View Full Waverly Google Calendar
2018-19 District Calendar (PDF)
2017-18 District Calendar (PDF)



Substitutes for the following positions:
     Teacher Aides,
     Lunch Monitors,
     Food Service Workers,
     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.