First Day of Classes for Students is on Thursday, September 3rd

Orientation for ALL STUDENTS Grades 7-12 will be 10th Period on September 3rd

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Mr. Alan Tessier
Superintendent

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A Little Bit About Us:

The St. Regis Falls Central School provides a public education to approximately 289 students from the towns of Dickinson, Hopkinton, Lawrence, Santa Clara, and Waverly, which encompass an area of about 239 square miles. 

Students are housed in a  single facility that provides for an effective educational program.  The facility, opened in September of 2001, features a 400-seat Auditorium, a Media Center, two Microcomputer Labs, and a Gymnasium. 

The St. Regis Falls Central School District is a component member of the Franklin-Essex-Hamilton Board of Cooperative Educational Services.  The District receives a variety of specialized shared services from the BOCES including occupational education, educational programs for children with handicapping conditions, itinerant services, performing arts, computer applications, the Shared Business Office, and other support and management services.

Click here to view information about the Community, Financial Data and Enrollment and Staff

UNDERAGE DRINKING IS NOT A "MINOR" PROBLEM, IT'S AN ADULT PROBLEM.

As the adults, we have the responsibility and obligation to keep alcohol out of the hands of our children and protect our youth. What can you do? Know the facts. Know the law. Be aware of what's happening with youth in your community. And if you know about underage drinking, don't keep it to yourself, do something by calling the anonymous tip line!
                                                                         
 1-877-372-1847

Site Last Updated: 12/10/2014

 

 

 

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