The Board of Education of the New Paltz Central School District, Ulster County New York in accordance with Section 103 of Article 5-A of the General Municipal Law invites the submission of sealed proposals for Internal Auditing Services for fiscal school years 2022-2023, 2023-2024, 2024-2025, 2025-2026 & 2026-2027. Detailed specifications and required forms may be obtained from the District Business Office, New Paltz Central School District, 1 Eugene Drive, New Paltz, NY 12561.
Sealed proposals will be received up until 2:00 p.m. on March 3, 2023 by Debra Kosinski or designee at the NPCSD Business Office, at which time and place all proposals will be publicly opened and read. Any Proposal received after this time will not be accepted. All envelopes containing proposals shall bear on the face of the sealed envelope the name and address of the auditing firm submitting the proposal and the words, “RFP Internal Auditing Services”.
The Board of Education reserves the right to waive any informality in or to reject any or all proposals and all proposals will be binding for a period of 90 days subsequent to the day of the proposal opening.
Please be aware that many of the COVID-19 test kits distributed to students the week of 12/19 - 12/22 may be stamped with a date showing they have expired. Those expiration dates have been extended per the U.S. Food and Drug Administration as outlined in the following article:
Please refer to the links below for updated expiration dates for the Access Bio and iHealth Labs test kits, which are being distributed:
Click here for an important letter from the New York State Department of Health on COVID-19, RSV, and influenza.
Duzine and Lenape Elementary Schools have become a wellspring of STREAM-ing education. This comprehensive, holistic, and unique educational approach integrates Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics, and allows students to apply their learning in real-life situations and reach conceptual understandings. Click to read more about it!
Every Wednesday, several dozen Middle School students file into the classroom of Special Education teacher Ben Liberatore to make the world a better place. The MS Diversity Inclusion for Youth Club (DIY) is a new after-school club designed to facilitate thoughtful discussion on diversity, equity, and inclusion and explore meaningful ways to implement those ideals. Click here to read all about it!
Grade 7 students in Krista Pachomski’s Project Lead The Way (PLTW) class, having practiced their real-world skills of invention, critical thinking, and problem-solving gained through the innovation of PLTW’s national STEM curriculum, have been using an App Inventor from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to build a fitness app from scratch. Click here to read about it!
Lenape Elementary School Grade 5 students in Elaine Thomas’s class recently invited their families to a special presentation on natural disasters. Students greeted their guests at the school entryway and politely escorted each person to their seats in the classroom, where impressive homemade models and colorful project exhibits of historic incidents with volcanoes, hurricanes, tornados, earthquakes, and more were on display. Click to read more!
Unlike many other after-school activities, Open Studio in Art is not a club or a committee. Rather, it is intended for students who want to work on their current art projects, use the space or equipment, get extra help, catch up, get ahead, or even work on their regular school work. Click here to read more!
The New Paltz Central School District exists for the children of the community. The focus of its programs and activities is the commitment to measured excellence and continuous growth and development for all.
Our Guiding Principles
Focus on learning and success for all
Create a cohesive and inclusive culture K-12, across buildings and departments
Empower and create success for disengaged and disenfranchised students