Thursday, February 24



Village of Waterville
Waterville Central School
Waterville Public Library
Waterville First


Deansboro Congregational UCC
There will be a special meeting on Sunday, February 27, following the service of worship at 9:00 a.m.,
when the Council will present to the congregation a candidate to be our spiritual leader.
The Council, guided by the Holy Spirit, has voted to call Thomas Lawton to our congregation.
He occupied the pulpit twice in December, and has been here every Sunday for the month of January
and most of February. Lawrence Gilley has been sending out his sermons, so hopefully many have been
able to hear him speak. If not, your next chances are this Sunday, the 20th, or the 27th,
when the vote will take place…
We hope everyone will be able to join us for this important decision.
Here is the link to Rev. Lawton’s sermons:
Whiskey Creek is coming to town. Friday March 4th 7-10.
Come and enjoy some live music with us.
Graduating seniors APPLY NOW. Parents and family members, encourage your student to APPLY NOW. There are 15 Mele Family Fund Awards in 2022 for students attending 13 high schools in Oneida and Herkimer counties. Selected students could receive $3,000 a year, or $12,000, toward attendance in an eligible, full-time, bachelor’s degree program. SHARE this announcement on Facebook. Apply at Questions: Your HS Guidance Office or email
Applications are now open for the Gerard J. Buckenmeyer FASNY Volunteer Scholarship program.
These 25 scholarships are awarded to high school seniors entering college who fit the program’s
criteria with a focus on a strong volunteer commitment.
For more information on how you can apply 👉
We (Waterville Historical Society) are closed for the
winter months while we complete some building projects. 
We are open by appointment, either email or
FB message us.
Waterville had a total of 22 students named to the CTE Honor Roll for the second quarter!
Congratulations to all of our students! To view the full list of students please use the link below!
Full List:
Not only do we have a fantastic poster design (thanks, Jessica O!),
but we also have an excuse for you to visit our friends at the Waterville Public Library!
Tickets will be available TUESDAY, February 22! (Updated)
On Wednesday, March 2nd, Senior High Student Council is hosting the All-Star Cole Circus at 6:30pm.
After a year of not having the circus, we are so excited to have them back at Waterville.
Pre-sale tickets are $10 for adults, and up to two students are free with that purchase.
If interested in purchasing a ticket, please see a Student Council member or contact
Kate Worwa Order forms are also being sent home with all MPS students.
Money can be sent in to the classroom teacher and tickets will then be sent home on 3/1 and 3/2.
Good afternoon everyone,
I am excited to announce the addition of a new program at the Jr./Sr. High School!
Beginning in March, the Jr./Sr. High will begin hosting a weekly, community-supported
mentoring program for students in Grades 7 through 9. The program is being offered by the district in
coordination with our partner, Connected Community Schools. Ryan Palmer and Miranda Stockbridge of
Connected Community Schools will serve as program coordinators. I am very much looking forward to the
positive impact this program will have on our students, but we need YOU to make this program a success!
If you can picture yourself as a mentor, we ask that you
sign up at the following link:
Additional Details:
The program will begin on Tuesday, March 8 and run until Tuesday, June 21.
Mentoring sessions will occur weekly on Tuesday afternoons from 3:00 until 4:00.
Mentors only need to complete a brief application, be fingerprinted, and participate in a brief training.
Training times are flexible and all costs are covered by the NYS Mentoring Program.
If you have any questions about becoming a mentor, please reach out to Ryan Palmer at
or Miranda Stockbridge at
Flyer PDF:…/1pClSvtIo8k9WDgKy00y…/view…
Attention Jr./Sr. High Students❗
The fitness center will open on January 31, 2022. The student hours will be
Monday – Friday from 3:00 p.m. to 4:15 p.m.
Please use the link provided to register!…/waterville-csd-21-22-fitness…
Get registered for the Fridays at 11 am Story Hour Pod Here:
This pod runs until March 25th.
The library animals have started packing their bags! They’re each ready for their own overnight(s) with one of YOU! Come on over to Kids Club on Friday from 4-5 pmish on Friday to pick out your animal, make a craft for them, and bring them home until you return them sometime next week.
Registration to prep the sleepover bags (of snacks and fun) is extremely helpful:


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From: Waterville Sports Booster Club

From this point on Digital tickets have to be
purchased through the link attached below ⤵️

From: Brothertown Optimist Club

This year the Waterville-Brothertown Optimist Club Essay contest was chaired by
fellow Optimist member and Waterville Central School District ELA teacher Shanae Wright.
Thank you, Shanae, for your hard work and dedication in chairing this wonderful program
for the first time. We would also like to thank our three (3) judges who judged the entries.
This year we had five (5) entries into the club contest and each and every one of them did
an amazing job from what I have heard, Congratulations! The club’s first-place winner will
move onto the district (New York-New England Optimist District) level
to compete with youth from New York and New England for a chance to compete for a
$2,500 college scholarship (There is no International Level for the Essay Contest).
The district-level scholarships are funded by the Optimist International Foundation.
The winning essay was mailed to the District Essay chair for entry on February 18th.
Essay Topic for the 2021-2022 school year is:
“How Does an Optimistic Mindset Change My Tomorrow?”
First Place: Alexandre Cudak
Second Place: Hunter Meddaugh
Third Place: Olivia Ford

From: Waterville Central School District

Some more pictures of our amazing 100th Day of School celebration at MPS!

From: Waterville Residential Care Center

“Sometimes choosing the sweets in life can help you more than you know.”-Unknown.

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