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Effective October 6, 2022 - October 13, 2022, the district will be implementing a temporary “pause” on all “home” athletic competitions, located at all district and/or local municipality sponsored locations.
Indigenous Peoples' Day | Columbus Day
Join us Friday, October 14th as we wear PINK to bring awareness to ALL Cancers.
Begins October 14th 2022 and runs through the entire 2022-2023 school year
In order to support our community to help in the recovery from the aftermath of Friday night’s incident, the district is continuing to offer a range of supports to our students, our faculty and our community.
Please be advised that therapy dogs will be in various schools throughout our district this week. A therapeutic dog can offer comfort, reduce anxiety, and provide the opportunity for engagement with a Pupil Personnel Services staff member as needed.
Gardnertown Leadership Academy would like to acknowledge Mr. Portzline
Tuesday, October 4th 2022
All NECSD school buildings will open on a regular schedule tomorrow, October 3rd. All after-school activities will continue as scheduled.
The City of Newburgh Police Department is seeking assistance with their investigation of the shooting that occurred on Friday, September 30, 2022 at Newburgh Free Academy Main Campus. Please review their request by clicking this link.
In order to support our community to help in the recovery from the aftermath of Friday night’s incident, the district has organized a range of supports to our students, our faculty and our community.
The NFA scholars attended keynote sessions and workshops focused on social justice in the criminal justice system.
The elementary school received recognition for its Newburgh, My Home Community Spotlight project
Students and families visited classes and teachers to create a strong bond and rapport to support our entire school community.
Join the virtual meeting to learn about the changes to the 21st Century After-School Academy being held at Balmville, GAMS, Horizons, and Vails Gate
On Thursday September 22nd, Senator James Skoufis awarded Balmville Security Monitor, Hector Almodovar with the New York state “Liberty Medal”
UPCOMING EVENTSFor all events visit the Full District Calendar
The Liberty Partnerships Program (LPP) is a collaboration involving SUNY Orange.
The Newburgh Enlarged City School District (NFA, Heritage/South Middle, Temple Hill Academy, and Meadow Hill School).
The information on the page below is from the previous school year and some of it is outdated now. There are still many helpful resources available on the page. For more information about reopening, please visit our Operation ReOpen Website.
Access Virtual Learning Landing Page (This page contains outdated information).