Enrollment data for Voorheesville suggests that the student population, which peaked at 1,300 in 2000, will level off by 2020 at 1,100 students, according to Superintendent Brian Hunt.

New Voorheesville Superintendent Brian Hunt is set to take the helm in July. Hunt began his teaching career in Voorheesville, and left in 2001 to become an administrator. When the superintendent's position opened at Voorheesville, he said, "I couldn't pass it up."

Voorheesville has opted back in to the federal lunch program and mapped out what staff positions will be helping with the large fourth-grade class.

Monday evening, the Voorheesville Board of Education heard from students objecting to a cut elective and parents concerned over large class size. The board also announced retirements and tenures.

Voorheesville recently filled their vacant assistant superintendent for business position, as school business administrators are becoming harder to find.

Voorheesville has turned its school risk behavior task force into a community alliance, bringing more community members together to provide kids with alternative activities, in hopes of keeping them away from use of drugs and alcohol, and other risky behaviors.

While trying to balance the budget this year, Voorheesville is also trying to fill its assistant-superintendent-for-business position.

Parents and teachers raised concerns about class sizes and choices at a March 25 forum on next year's $22.9M budget proposal for Voorheesville Central School District.

Can't attend the forum? Fill out an online survey.

The Voorheesville high school stage featured a fund-raiser for the New Scotland Food Pantry on Jan. 31. A total of $1,770 was raised for the pantry. 


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