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Robotics Camp!: Moravia Middle Schoolers participated in BOCES Robotics Camp this week! The theme of the week was "Pokemon." Students had to build and program robots to "catch" specific Pokemon characters on a robotics competition mat. more >>
School Calendar: The new version of the district calendar is being printed and will be mailed out to all district residents on Monday the 21st. Here is a PDF version for your review and planning.  more >>
Solar Eclipse Event - August 21st!: Join Us For a Solar Eclipse Viewing Event! On August 21st, a nearly total solar eclipse will be viewable in New York State. The Moravia Central School District would like to invite the public to view the solar eclipse at the high school. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon (in new moon phase) moves across our sky during the day and blocks the Sun. Solar eclipses are rarely seen in the northern hemisphere. When an eclipse occurs only a narrow band of locations is capable of viewing it. The last solar eclipse in NYS was May 10th, 1994. This year’s eclipse will reach its peak at 2:44 pm. Our ability to see it will solely be based on the weather; if it is rainy or too cloudy it may not be as spectacular. We are too far north to see a fully total eclipse. It is important ... more >>
Important Update - Pertussis: A Letter from Superintendent Birmingham I wanted you all to be aware that we have recently heard from the Cayuga County Health Department that we have a confirmed case of pertussis or whooping cough in the Moravia Central School District. Though the students are out of school, we wanted to make sure that the community was aware. Please read the following attachments for further information and contact us at the district office if you have any further questions. Thank you, Superintendent Birmingham Moravia Pertussis Letter Pertussis Informational  more >>
Thank you, Principal Jenne!: We wanted to celebrate Principal Jenne one more time! Thank you for all you have done for the community of Moravia! We will miss you! Enjoy your retirement! more >>
Summer Community Farming: This year, the Moravia Agriculture Program will be hosting its Annual Summer Community Farming Program.  All are welcomed and encouraged to participate.  The Community Farming Program will begin on July 5th from 6-8 at the High School.  Please contact Mr. Killian at 315.497.2670 EXT. 2123 or  for questions, to sign up, and/or more information. more >>
June 2017 Regents Schedule: Below you will find the June 2017 Regents schedule. Please review or download a printable version at the bottom of the page. Thank you.   more >>
2017 Valedictorian and Salutatorian!: Moravia Central School High School Principal Greg Jenne has announced the Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the Class of 2017.   Valedictorian is Kristen Patten, daughter of Michael and Laurie Patten.  Kristen will attend Rochester Institute of Technology following graduation and plans to pursue a degree in Bioinformatics with a Molecular Genetics Option.  She plans to become a Genetic Therapist upon graduation from RIT.    In her spare time, Kristen likes to read and spend time with her family.  They enjoy going on trips just as much as spending time at home with her dog and watching movies together.  Her advice to fellow graduates?  “I would tell my graduates to keep working hard as they head into college.  This could ... more >>
High School Finals and Regents: IMPORTANT: HS Final and Regents Exams HS Final Exams are June 8th and 9th.They are regular school days. Monday, June 12th, school is open only to students that have a review session. Students should check with their teachers to confirm that they have a review session. Regents exams start Tuesday, June 13th through Thursday, June 22nd. If students need a ride to school, they should notify their bus driver this week or ASAP. more >>
Blue Devil Broadcast - June Edition!: Great news! The latest Blue Devil Broadcast is now out! This episode includes stories on: • FFA Barnyard Day and Maple Day  • 6th Grade Odyssey of the Mind Team  • High School Band Goes to Canada • Elementary Art Show, High School Student's Trip To Great Britain  • Boy's Basketball Team Honored in Albany • King Arthur Flour Comes to the Elementary School • Farewell to Retiring Teachers • BDB Season 6 Bloopers Check it out at the link below: more >>
Marching Band Takes 1st Place!: On Saturday, June 3rd the Moravia Blue Devils Marching Band competed in the Sherburne Pageant of Bands. The Blue Devils competed against six other schools in Class B and won 1st place in the parade competition, 1st place in color guard and 1st place in the drumline competition. This pageant has nearly 30 other bands that compete and is the largest competition of the season for the Blue Devils. more >>
Mobile Food Pantry: Great news! The Mobile Food Pantry will be at our high school, this Friday, June 8th. Please read and share the flyer with families in need. Thank you! more >>
Syracuse High School Theatre Awards: The Moravia Drama Club's production of Les Miserables has received 5 nominations for this year's Syracuse High School Theatre Awards. This year Moravia has been nominated in the following categories: Best Supporting Actress-Briana Dowd as Fantine, Best Supporting Actor-Nate Morse as Thenardier, Outstanding Achievement by a Director-Joanna Kufs, Outstanding Achievement by a Stage Crew, and Outstanding Achievement by an Ensemble. The cast will be attending the formal "Red Carpet" award ceremony held at the Landmark Theater on Sunday, June 4th at 5 pm. Several cast members will also be featured and performing on stage as part of the opening and closing production numbers of the performance. It is an honor and testament to our tremendously talented students and great program ... more >>
TC3 Excelsior Scholarship Information: TC3 Admissions and Financial Aid offices are hosting Excelsior Scholarship information nights for members of the community on June 6 (Cortland Ext Center), June 12 (Ithaca Ext Center), and June 13 (main campus). more >>
13 Reasons Why: In response to Netflix's "13 Reasons Why", a letter was sent home to all parents from Superintendent Birmingham. This letter is posted here. If you have any questions at all, please reach out. Thank you.   more >>
Summer Driver's Education Signup Update: There are still 3 openings for Summer Driver Education.  It will be held from July 5 - August 17.  Anyone interested please let the HS Counseling Office know. more >>
Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership Seminar: We are excited to announce that Gabrielle Kehoe, daughter of Brian and Danielle Kehoe, will be attending the Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership Seminar on June 2nd through June 4th at Utica College. Each spring, 10,000 high school sophomores are recognized for their leadership talents and will apply those talents to become effective, ethical leaders in their home, school, and community. Gabrielle will attend numerous workshops and interactive activities throughout the 3-day seminar. We can't wait to hear all the wonderful things that Gabrielle learns from this experience. Congratulations Gabrielle! We are very proud of you! more >>
Elementary School Supply Lists!: Here are the supply lists for each grade level at the elementary school.  Please download the correct list for your student. If you have any questions, please call the main office at 497-2670. Thank you!   more >>
Scholarship Applications!: Attention Moravia 2017 Seniors - stop by the Moravia High School Office to pick up an application for the Moravia Community & the Alice Kenyon Sharrow Scholarships.  The deadline to apply is Wednesday, May 17th, 2017. more >>
Elementary Summer Reading Program!: Looking for a great way to help your young reader? Summer reading is a FREE fun-filled two OR four-week program open to currently enrolled UPK/Headstart {4 year olds}-5th graders: where students read, write, and work on becoming better readers, all while reducing the summer slide, and most importantly- having FUN! We will be accepting sign-ups until 5/5/2017. Summer reading has TWO options this year! Students can attend one-two week session, or can attend ALL FOUR WEEKS of summer reading! Session 1: *July 5th & 6th and July 10-13th Session 2: July 17th-20th and July 24th-27th ALL sessions {July 5th & 6th, July 10th-13th, July 17th-20th, and July 24th-27th} *Summer reading is typically a Monday-Thursday camp, however, due to the July 4th holiday, students ... more >>

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John P. Birmingham, Superintendent

Moravia Central School District
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Moravia, New York 13118

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