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
7:00 PM MS Gr 7/8 Spring Concert @ HS
Statement of Non-Discrimination
The District condemns and prohibits all forms of discrimination and harassment based on actual or perceived race, color, weight, national origin, ethnic group, religion, religious practice, disability, sexual orientation, gender or sex. If you believe that you have been discriminated against, you may make a claim that your rights have been denied. This claim or grievance may be filed with the Director of Pupil Personnel Services Title IX Officer: New Paltz Central School District, 196 Main Street, New Paltz, NY, 12561, (845) 256-4040
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2019 Budget Vote/Board Election Results
Proposition #1 The Budget
Yes Votes: 782 No Votes: 320
Board of Education Results
Bianca Tanis: 877
Sophia Skiles: 861
NPCSD Plan for Unused Snow Day
If no additional school closures are necessary due to inclement weather, one unused snow day will be returned. Schools will be closed for students and ten month staff on Thursday, May 23, 2019.
Survey to Help Inform Leadership Profile for New Principals
As you know there is a vacancy for High School Principal since long-time High School principal Barbara Clinton, announced her retirement on Wednesday, March 13.
Additional principal vacancies were created by Debra Hogencamp’s retirement from Duzine Elementary School and the recent resignation of Lenape principal Dr. Tarkan Ceng. The New Paltz Central School District has obtained the services of HYA, Hazard, Young, Attea & Associates, an educational recruitment firm for assistance in filling these three building leadership openings.
We would like you to help identify the characteristics you desire in the next generation of school building leaders. The characteristics identified will then be used to inform the candidate search and interview process. Community members, parents, students, and staff may provide input on the survey by clicking the links below.
Resources for Helping Students Deal with Grief and Trauma
Emails to the District
If you send an email to someone in the District and do not receive a response, please call the party to whom you addressed the email.