The Monroe-Woodbury Central School District is committed to nurturing, developing and igniting the hearts and minds of all students. Today's learners belong to a global community. For that reason, it is essential students learn about our increasingly interconnected world, and how to mature into productive, good-humored, creative, and responsible citizens of the United States and the world. It is our goal to develop students who believe in themselves, feel confident in their abilities and understand learning never ends. This school experience will be achieved through ongoing implementation of best practices engaging all learners in a safe environment, respecting diversity and involving parents and community.
The Monroe-Woodbury Central School District is located approximately 45 miles north of New York City and geographically includes the towns of Monroe, Harriman, most of Woodbury and parts of Tuxedo, Chester and Blooming Grove.
The Monroe-Woodbury School District serves a population of approximately 36,585 people with 65% employed outside the area. Its unique location in the "Lake Region" of Southern Orange County at the foothills of the Catskill Mountains offers the charm of a clean suburban/rural countryside within easy driving distance of New York City. The community has traditionally offered outstanding support for the school district. Quality education is a major community priority.
The School District
During the 2012/2013 school year, approximately 7,063 pupils have been enrolled in the seven instructional buildings in our district.
|Pine Tree Elementary||2-5||898|
|North Main Elementary||2-5||581|
|Central Valley Elementary||2-5||594|
|Smith Clove Elementary||K-1||594|