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In December of 2018, the voters of Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School District and Westport Central School District voted to merge by consolidation, forming a new school district named Boquet Valley Central School District . The merger was driven by declining enrollment numbers in both districts, which were expected to continue declining in the coming years . The new district encompasses nearly 250 square miles in Essex County and includes two campuses: the Lake View Campus in Westport and the Mountain View Campus in Elizabethtown.
The Lake View Campus in Westport houses students from Pre-Kindergarten through 5th grade , while the Mountain View Campus in Elizabethtown houses students from 6th grade through 12th grade and the District Office . Before the merger, Elizabethtown-Lewis had about 250 students, and Westport had about 220 students. The combined district brings the numbers up to 474 students .
The merger created a new Board of Education, which is responsible for governing the new school district. The Boquet Valley Central School District offers a range of academic programs, extracurricular activities, and services to support students in their academic and personal development. The district aims to provide students with a high-quality education that prepares them for success in college, careers, and life.
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The Lake View Campus houses the elementary school at Boquet Valley. Our youngest Griffins on this campus are part of The Early Bridges
Pre-K Program. Kindergarten through Fifth Grade are also housed here. In addition to their regular classroom experience, these students have an opportunity for Physical Education, Art, Music, Technology, and Library.
The Mountain View Campus houses the middle school and the high school at Boquet Valley. Sixth through Eighth grade students spend a majority of their day on the first floor in the middle school section of the campus and the Ninth through Twelfth grade students spend most of their day up in the high school section of the campus. In addition to their regular classroom experience, these students have an opportunity for Physical Education, Art, Music, Technology, Library, and STEM as well as a variety of electives in all disciplines, extracurricular clubs and athletics.