Malone Central 

School District

Our Mission:

The mission of Malone Central School District is to provide a caring, supportive, and safe environment that assists students in finding their purpose while developing skills that will prepare and empower them for life in an ever-changing world.

Our Vision:

The Malone Central School District is an educational organization leading with a focus on the success of every student. We are an innovative community that provides diverse curricular programming and a variety of approaches that challenge and engage all students.

Free Meals for All Students

The Malone Central School District will provide all children in school with free meals for the 2023-24 school year. All children will get breakfast and lunch at no charge, regardless of household income.

To improve food availability and security, the USDA (U.S. Department of Agriculture) will reimburse the district for the cost of these meals. To make sure Malone schools are reimbursed and that this program and its funding can continue, parents and guardians are asked to complete this Household Income Verification Form. It will also help determine student eligibility for other state and federal programs. 

More information on the the program and submitting the completed form.

Household Income Eligibility Form

Feeding the Kids of Malone

Bussing for '23-'24 

If your child will be attending school in the '23-'24 school year, we are asking that you please fill out our Transportation Form, whether your child will need bus transportation or not. Please visit the Transportation Page to fill out the form.

District Calendar - District-wide & School Events

Home and School

Malone CSD School-Parent Compact

Elementary School Parents Newsletter from SLL BOCES

Tools for Schools

Price Chopper's Tools for Schools helps your child's school earn free educational items. Please click here for more information on how to sign up and help our students. Also, once you register, you can log in to donate your personal AdvantEdge Points, and earn extra points by sharing the program information through email and social media.

Child Abuse Posting Requirement

The toll-free telephone number (1-800-342-3720) is operated by the New York State Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS) to receive reports of child abuse or neglect.  More information can be found on the OCFS website at

Title IX

The Board of Education is committed to providing an educational and working environment that promotes respect, dignity, and equality, and that is free from all forms of harassment and hazing. The District will promptly investigate all complaints of hazing and/or harassment, either formal or informal, verbal or written. Complaints should be filed with the School Principal or Title IX Officer, 42 Husky Lane, Malone, NY 12953, phone 518-483-7800.