Voorheesville Central School District

The Voorheesville Central School District remains without a permanent replacement for superintendent, after the school board’s preferred candidate refused the job for health reasons.

Voorheesville Superintendent Brian Hunt, who had already announced his retirement, will be taking medical leave starting June 1.

In Voorheesville, incumbents fell and budgets were easily approved on Tuesday, May 21.

The Voorheesville Teachers’ Association, looking for a better way to communicate with the school board, has backed a candidate that it feels will help it in that pursuit.

In Voorheesville, tax increases and a three-way race for one school-board seat are on the ballot come May 21.

To keep costs down, the way the Voorheesville Central School District pays for prescription drugs will have to change or there could be bigger problems in the future.

Voorheesville Elementary School students will be learning coding and programming skills, thanks to a grant secured by Alan Fiero, a long-time science teacher who became a teaching assistant in retirement.

This May, voters residing in the Voorheesville Central School District will decide on a $25.4 million school budget for next year.

Voorheesville Superintendent Brian Hunt

Despite concerns about a small pool of candidates, Voorheesville had 19 people apply to be the school district’s next superintendent.

The budget and board election votes for both the Voorheesville Public Library and Voorheesville Central School District are set for May 21.

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