The Port Jervis School district will be closed, Wednesday, November 26th due to inclement weather forecast. This is a district wide closing. All students return to class Monday, December 1st.
The Port Jervis Education Foundation presented school superintendent Thomas Bongiovi with checks supporting educational efforts in the district. DETAILS>
Elementary Parent Teacher Conferences will be held both Monday, November 24th, and Tuesday, November 25th. All elementary students will be dismissed at 11:00am on these days.
Middle School and High School Teacher Conferences will be held Tuesday, November 25th. Early dismissal for all middle and high school students will be at 10:00am.
There will be no school for Thanksgiving Break, November 26th - 28th. The school district will be closed the 27th and 28th.
Board of Education Meetings are now available on the Port Jervis City School District website. MORE>
The Port Jervis High School is hosting an informational meeting featuring American Cancer Society. The topic of the meeting is how to form a team to: "Help us finish the fight". MORE>
The Port Jervis City School District hosted a special presentation, "Medicine Cabinet to Heroin Addict" - a brief and deadly journey Tuesday, September 20th at 7pm. MORE>
Easter Seals presented Mr. Avdoyan and Mrs. Barila, of the Middle School, with plaques in appreciation for 7 years of support. MORE>
Congratulations to Casey Schnoor, Ariana Francois and Eliana Lopez on their selection to attend the 2014 HOBY NY East Leadership Seminar! MORE>
Technology teacher Dave Gibaldi & student "elves" played
Santa by building over 180 games for local Holiday Toy Drives.
ASK second grade students helped make over 300 candy canes for active duty military heroes and veterans to thank them for their service. MORE>
Port Jervis Hall of Fame inductee Evan Mack provided the PJHS Choir with the opportunity to perform along with him at Bethel Woods. MORE >
PJHS musician Dylan Little was selected for the 2013 All-National Honor Concert Band. Little performed with the country's most musically-talented high school students at a gala concert on Oct. 30 in Nashville, MORE >