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Lastest Update - 9/11/2020

Please click this link to read a letter from Principal Seamans. Letter from Mr. Seamans

Update - 8/28/2020

The Moravia Central School District has updated their mask policy for the upcoming school year. It can be viewed by clicking HERE or to the right under Downloads on this page.  

Update - 8/27/2020

The Moravia Central School District has made the decision to push back the first day of school for all UPK -12 students to Monday, September 14th. The reason for the decision was to ensure the additional time needed to properly clean and disinfect all areas of the campus in the midst of the capital project work that is still being completed. Additionally, we are waiting on certain PPE equipment that we ordered for the beginning of the school year to arrive. We made a commitment when this pandemic began that we would not have students return until we can ensure their safety and we remain steadfast to that end.

We greatly appreciate your anticipated understanding as we realize that any change presents new challenges unique to each family situation.

Update - 8/17/2020

To view the Q&A from the public meetings that were held last week please click HERE.
**Please note that this is a live document and that there were some questions that weren't able to be answered during the public meeting. The district is working on answering those questions and will update the document when that takes place. 

If you have any additional questions after reading the public meeting Q&A, the first FAQ and the reopening plan, please fill out this form. 

Please see the latest resources that have been posted to the right under Downloads on this page. These include the Moravia Community Forum presentation, the Public Meeting Q&A, Student Contact monitoring process flowchart and a test and trace informational.

Update - 7/2/2020

The track and field facilities and tennis courts are now open for public and school community use.

Update - 5/28/2020

Update from MCSD Superintendent John Birmingham: Last day of new instruction will be on June 5th. The days that follow will be for review and make-up work. 

Update - 5/20/2020

The Moravia Central School District has made the tough decision to move forward with virtual graduations for *5th grade, 8th grade and our senior class of 2020. Below you can see what was included in a recent letter from the county health department and what they had to say regarding graduations. 

This decision was not made lightly and we are aware that this isn't the ideal situation. We are going to do out utmost to make sure the graduating seniors are recognized the best they can be during this unprecedented time. Please refer to Principal O'Leary's End of the Year Celebrations letter for a more detailed look at the exciting events the district is planning to celebrate our seniors. 

*Event dates and more information will be coming soon for 5th and 8th grade graduation.

End of Year Celebration Letter

Update - 5/18/2020

Letter from Moravia Central School District High School Principal Karl O'Leary

Update - 5/11/2020

Moravia Central School District Superintendent John Birmingham and high school principal Karl O'Leary have provided updates for students and their families. Please read them below:


Update - 5/4/2020

New York State has opened up a COVID-19 Emotional Support Hotline. For more information, please click HERE.

Update from MCSD High School Principal Karl O'Leary: READ HERE

Update - 5/1/2020

School Closure Update: Governor Cuomo has announced that schools will remain closed for the rest of the academic year. Districts will continue to provide distance learning for its students as well as continue providing meals. More information from MCSD Superintendent John Birmingham is expected to be announced at the beginning of next week. 

A decision on summer school programs will be made at the end of May. We will provide updates once a decision has been made. 

Update - 4/29/2020

We have a clarification we want to pass along to you all. For graduation that was scheduled for June 26th, we are still looking into what it will look like. The decision on how to hold graduation will entirely depend on Governor Cuomo's decision on whether or not schools will reopen, that is expected to be announced later this week. We are balancing the priorities to provide our seniors the recognition they deserve for all of their accomplishments while making sure that we continue to keep the health and safety of not only our students but their families at the forefront. At this time we are looking into possibly doing a virtual graduation as an option and will pass along more information once a final decision has been made.

Update - 4/27/2020

Moravia Central School District High School Principal Karl O'Leary has provided an update on events that have been postponed/cancelled as well as information regarding marking periods. You can read his letter HERE.

Update - 4/20/2020

MCSD High School Principal Karl O'Leary has a message for everyone. 

Update - 4/16/2020

UPDATE TO SCHOOL CLOSURE: School closure has been extended through May 15th. 

On Monday, April 20th there will be K - 3 - iPad distribution and grade 4 -5 Chromebook distribution.

Pick up will be -

9 - 11 am - K - 2
11- 1 pm - 3 - 5

These devices will be provided to students that do not already have a device. Please read the letter from John Owen, Director of Technology for more detail. Please click 

Update - 4/14/2020

Mr. Hodges, Moravia Central School District's CHAD counselor shares some resources for our students and families. 

Update - 4/9/2020

A letter from Principal Seamans on the latest updates for the elementary building. Read his letter HERE.

Update - 4/8/2020

On April 6th, the Chancellor announced that all Regents Exams for this year were cancelled. Moravia Central School District High School Principal Karl O'Leary has some updates pertaining to the cancellation. Read about the continuity of learning here.