On Sunday, August 8th, 2021, Greenview Country Club will be hosting the Paul V. Moore Alumni & Faculty Golf Classic. All proceeds will benefit the PVM Class of 2022. For more information, please see the attached document - PVM Alumni & Faculty Golf Classic 2021
The 135th Commencement Exercise will take place Friday, June 25th at the CSSD Stadium at 5:00 pm. There will only be one ceremony for all graduates. Please see the attached document for more information regarding restrictions and parking procedures. The ceremony will be streamed live on YouTube for those who are unable to attend.
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM BOE Policy Committee Meeting, PVM Board Room
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Board of Education Regular Meeting/Public Hearing, PVM High School
Although the 2021 athletic season was not the typical schedule of sports that athletes, coaches and spectators are accustomed to, the athletic department of Paul V. Moore High School made sure that student-athletes were recognized for their years of hard work and dedication.
This year’s Redhawk senior class was presented with thousands of dollars in scholarships and awards at Paul V. Moore High School’s annual year-end recognition ceremony.
Fourteen seniors from Paul V. Moore High School earned recognition for their dedication to the school’s music program during a ceremony held in the newly renovated auditorium.
The Central Square Central School District is more than 200 square miles in size, making it the largest school district by land size alone in the state of New York, and the largest public school district in the region. The Central Square Central School District located in Oswego County, New York, spreads across the three counties of Oswego, Onondaga, and Oneida. The District is primarily based in Oswego County, and includes all of the towns of Hastings, West Monroe, and Constantia, plus parts of the towns of Palermo, Mexico, and Parish. Portions of the Onondaga towns of Cicero and Clay, and the Oneida town of Vienna are also part of the District. The Villages of Central Square and Cleveland, plus the hamlets of Brewerton, Bernhard’s Bay, and Mallory are within the District.
In 2017, the District closed the stand-alone district office building located at 642 South Main Street in the Village of Central Square, which was a financial savings to the District. The majority of the district offices are now located within Paul V. Moore High School and the Food Services Department is housed at Central Square Middle School. Having these district offices located within a school building has provided an opportunity for our District level administrators to be in greater contact with students and staff, thus strengthening the school community and illustrating the District’s motto, “As one we rise, together we soar.”
There are four elementary schools that are all comprised of Pre-Kindergarten through fifth grade students: (Brewerton Elementary located in Brewerton, NY, A.A. Cole Elementary located in Constantia, NY, Hastings-Mallory Elementary located in Hastings, NY, and Millard Hawk Elementary located in the Village of Central Square). The Central Square Middle School is comprised of sixth through eighth grade students and is located in Central Square, NY, and Paul V. Moore High School is located in the Village of Central Square.
The District has approximately 3800 students enrolled and employs over 700 full-time staff members. The Superintendent of Schools is Mr. Thomas J. Colabufo, and the Board of Education President is Mr. Andrew M. Martin II. Every student in the District has access to an electronic device to assist in their learning which is one of many ways “we are empowering students to excel as citizens in a changing world,” which is our daily mission for all students.