Minisink Valley Intermediate School is located at 2320 Route 6 Middletown, NY and it serves grades 3-5 in Orange County. The Minisink Valley Intermediate School is located in western Orange County, seventy miles northwest of New York City, the district incompasses 115 square miles of rolling hills and valleys. Although primarily rural in nature, the area has seen an increasing mix of suburban growth in recent years.
The school wishes all students to be safe, engaging environment that values all members of the community and encourages them to pursue their full potential as life-long learners and respectful citizens. The teachers make every effort to incorporate literacy learning in all areas of learning: social studies, science, math, health, physical education, and the arts. Parents with children attending this public School enjoy the fact the district have small classrooms, caring, dedicated teachers, and the desire of the school for parent involvement.
Minisink Valley Intermediate School is located on the main campus on Route 6, in Slate Hill. It was formed in 1991, in the original middle/high school and includes grades 3 through 5 with approximately 900 students. The intermediate school is one of five schools in the district.
The Minisink Valley CSD is located in an area of rich history. Originally inhabited by the Lenni Lenape, native Algonquin nations members, it derives its name from the Native American word for the area, "minisink". Early inhabitants also included Iroquois Native Americans. An area of rich farmland and wooded hills, it played an active role in Revolutionary War battles.
Minisink Valley Intermediate SchoolMinisink Valley Central School District
2320 Route 6
Middletown, NY 10940
Rural, inside CBSA (Rural: Fringe)
Serving Grades: 3-5
Principal: Joyce MemmelaarCompare to nearby schools »
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