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Accessing Facebook Live Graduation Stream Accessing Facebook Live Graduation Stream: Later this afternoon, the Class of 2020 graduation ceremony will be streamed via Facebook Live (6:30 PM). To access this stream, please head to the district Facebook page >>>  https://www.facebook.com/MoraviaCSD/ <<< You do not have to have a Facebook account to view the page. Just click on the link and it will redirect you to the page where the video will be streamed.  
Information About Graduation Parade Information About Graduation Parade: On Friday, June 26th, the Moravia Central School District will be holding graduation for the class of 2020. Around 6PM, buses will be bringing the students to the venue. We invite the community to wave to the students and cheer them on for a mini parade while abiding by social distancing rules. The buses will leave the elementary school, head onto Main Street, up Church Street and finish on Park Street. The banners that were hung up through out the village will be on the outside of the buses to show which students are on which buses, they will then be handed to the graduating seniors following the graduation ceremony. At this time, only graduates and their guests are allowed to attend graduation. If you would like to watch the ceremony, the district will be live streaming the graduation on ...
HS Pick Up/Drop Off HS Pick Up/Drop Off: Governor Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order on Wednesday, June 17, to recognizing Juneteenth as an official holiday for New York State employees. This order, which is designed to commemorate the emancipation of African Americans in the United States, is set to begin June 19, 2021.   Prior to the governor’s executive order, Moravia Central School District had scheduled a pickup day for Friday, June 19, to allow high school students to gather their belongs and drop off any materials they may need to return. While the district fully supports and endorses the governor’s executive order to honor Juneteenth, the district will need to continue with its scheduled pickup day to help avoid confusion for our students and their families.   ...
5th Grade Graduation Ceremony 5th Grade Graduation Ceremony: Please enjoy the 5th grade graduation ceremony! Congratulations to all our 5th grade graduates!!
2020-21 Budget Passed! 2020-21 Budget Passed!: Thank you to the Moravia Community for supporting our budget! All propositions passed and Michelle Lyon and Terry Thompson were selected to begin a new term on the BOE. Looking forward to the work ahead and welcoming our students back in the fall.
Information Regarding Graduation Information Regarding Graduation: The district has made the decision to move forward with an in-person graduation on Friday, June 26th, with a rain date of Saturday, June 27th. Going off of what Governor Cuomo has announced recently, we are only allowing graduates and a certain number of guests to attend in-person. We will be going live on Facebook during the ceremony for the community to watch and will post to the district website following the ceremony. We can't wait to see our students celebrate with their classmates. Seniors and their families can expect more details to come in the mail later this week. 
8th Grade Awards Ceremony 8th Grade Awards Ceremony: Moravia Central School District 8th Grade Awards Ceremony Premiering at 3PM on June 12th, 2020. 
MS/HS Virtual Art Show MS/HS Virtual Art Show: The first virtual art show of the Moravia Middle School and High School is up for you to enjoy! Even though we may not be able to assemble to see the hard work done by the Moravia Students, we still wanted to give the opportunity to show off their amazing pieces! On the site, you can explore the abundance of art work created by the young artists of the Moravia Community during the time spent in school as well as the time spent away! Virtual Art Show  
Grades 3-5 in the Art Room, 2019-2020 Grades 3-5 in the Art Room, 2019-2020: We all missed having the annual Elementary Spring Art Show this year.  In its place, please enjoy this slideshow of 3-5 students having fun in the Art Room.  We had a great year and some great times! (Note: Students whose parents opted them out of photo publications at the beginning of the school year were kept out of this video and, unfortunately, not all classes are represented, due to the circumstances of the closure.) 
Grades K-2 in the Art Room, 2019/2020 Grades K-2 in the Art Room, 2019/2020: We all missed having the annual Elementary Spring Art Show this year.  In its place, please enjoy this slideshow of K-2 students having fun in the Art Room.  We had a great year and some great times! (Note: Students whose parents opted them out of photo publications at the beginning of the school year were kept out of this video and, unfortunately, not all classes are represented, due to the circumstances of the closure.) 
Summer Recreation Program Cancelled Summer Recreation Program Cancelled:
Update from MCSD Superintendent John Birmingham Update from MCSD Superintendent John Birmingham: As the 2019-20 school year comes to an end, Moravia Central School District Superintendent John Birmingham wanted to update everyone on a few key things taking place, including graduation.   In a letter sent to the district from the Cayuga County Health Department, we were directed that all graduation ceremonies had to be virtual and that we needed to follow the state’s executive order that limited mass gatherings on campus. In the weeks since, we have heard from both you and our seniors that any on-campus ceremony would mean more to recognize this important milestone, and therefore we have shifted to planning for both a virtual and on-campus event with the hope that the county will give us the “green light.” A concrete decision has not been made at this ...
Budget Hearing and Smart Bond Initiative Budget Hearing and Smart Bond Initiative: Wednesday, May 27th at 7 PM there will be a public hearing for both the Moravia CSD 2020-21 budget and Smart Bond Initiative. The public may ask questions at that time.  The Zoom meeting ID is 910 4984 6988 and the password 718525. To address the Board we request that you use the chat feature and ask the question to All. Please identify yourself by first and last name when addressing the Board prior to your question. The District will respond by the order of questions.
Summer Recreation Survey Summer Recreation Survey: The Summer Recreation Committee is looking for input from the community. Please click this link to complete the survey. Thank you! Summer Recreation Survey
Military Ballots Military Ballots: Military voters who are qualified voters of the school district may apply for a military ballot.  Applications for military ballots may be obtained from the District Clerk’s Office at 315-497-2670, x2003 or email at  aburhans@moraviaschool.org  and the military voter may designate a preference to receive the application by mail, fax or email.  Completed applications for military ballots must be received by the District Clerk by no later than 5:00 p.m. on May 14, 2020.
Smart School's Initiative Public Information Smart School's Initiative Public Information: On April 22nd at the District Board meeting, the Director of Technology, John Owen presented on the Smart School's Initiative for Moravia CSD. In compliance with NY State, the district will now provide the information presented for the public for the next thirty days. At the May 27th District Board meeting, the public will be offered the opportunity to ask any questions about the initiative. If there are any questions about the initiative prior, please reach out to Mr. Owen at jowen@moraviaschool.org
Virtual Cabaret on Friday, May 1st Virtual Cabaret on Friday, May 1st: We have a handful of chorus students hoping to wow you with their talents later this week!   On Friday, May 1st at 7PM, we will be holding a virtual cabaret. Stay tuned for the link that will be posted on Friday on social media!  
Moravia Alumna Earns Prominent SUNY Award Moravia Alumna Earns Prominent SUNY Award: The following are excerpts from an article written by Cayuga Community College.   Graduate Brittany Kulas is among a select group of students named CASE recipients in 2020, with only 213 students across the SUNY system receiving the award. The award honors students who integrate their academic success with leadership responsibilities, campus involvement, athletics, career achievement and community service.   A Moravia High School graduate who is majoring in Business Administration at Cayuga, Kulas is also a Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society member and is the president of Enactus, the student business club. She’s been named to the President’s List each semester since Fall 2018.   Kulas, who is ...
Middle School Counseling Google Classroom! Middle School Counseling Google Classroom!: Ms. Austin and Ms. Pflug have created a Middle School Counseling Google Classroom page. We have posted information on mindfulness, stress reduction and important information about Covid-19. Please check it out! The code is: okotopb Please click on the link below and enter the code to be invited to the classroom! https://classroom.google.com/
A Message from Building Principals A Message from Building Principals: Interested in knowing the latest information from your student's school? Go to the respective web page and see a video from the building principal. Please visit these pages for the latest information specific to each building. Millard Fillmore Elementary - A message from Principal Seamans Moravia Middle School -  A message from Principal MacBain   Moravia High School - A message from Principal O'Leary



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