About Lyndonville Central School District


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mission: We provide educational experiences that maximize each student’s ability to achieve as a learner and community member.. vision: We strive to lead in academic excellence, safety and community pride. core values: We put student needs first to ensure that all learn and succeed; Communication should be timely, transparent and reciprocal; We treat each other respectfully and consider all perspectives; Collaboration among school, community and families is essential for student success; We commit to creativity, innovation and continuous improvement; District resources are utilized efficiently; Effective curriculum and instruction must be rigorous, engaging, purposeful and differentiated; We model integrity and ethical behavior; Learning and growth require a safe, caring environment emphasizing social and emotional well-being; We are accountable for our actions.

Lyndonville is a small rural village located in Orleans County midway, between Buffalo and Rochester. Income is derived primarily from agriculture, particularly orchards and dairy farms. Food processing plants and light industry provide employment for residents in the area. Many other residents commute to a variety of occupations in nearby small cities. Several universities and colleges, including the University of Buffalo, Niagara University, The University of Rochester, R.I.T., and SUNY at Brockport, are located within a 50-mile radius of Lyndonville. Lyndonville provides a rural lifestyle with convenient access to urban culture.

The Lyndonville Central School District serves about 630 public school students in Lyndonville Elementary School (PreK-6) and Lyndonville Jr./Sr. High School (7-12). It is a public/comprehensive school district accredited by the New York State Board of Regents. A full range of academic programs enables students to earn a Local, Regents or Advanced Regents Diploma.