Waverly Central School District

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Waverly Central School District
Location
Waverly, New York
Waverly, NY
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District information
Type Public
Grades Pre K-12
Superintendent Eric Knolles
Budget $30,000,000
Students and staff
Students 1,693
Teachers 186
District mascot Waverly Wolverine
Colors Red and White
Other information
Website www.waverlyschools.com

Waverly Central School District is a school district serving Waverly, New York and the surrounding area. Eric Knolles is Superintendent.

A school district is a special-purpose district that operates local public primary and secondary schools in various nations.

Waverly, Tioga County, New York Village in New York, United States

Waverly is the largest village in Tioga County, New York, United States. It is located southeast of Elmira in the Southern Tier region. This village was incorporated as the southwest part of the town of Barton in 1854. The village name is attributed to Joseph "Uncle Joe" Hallett, founder of its first Fire Department and pillar of the community, who conceived the name by dropping the 2nd "e" from the name of his favorite author's novel, Waverley by Sir Walter Scott. The former village hall is listed on the National Historic Places list.

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Board of education

The board is made up of nine members. Current members are:

List of schools

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