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Village Elementary School
100 School Lane
Hilton, New York 14468
585-392-1000 ext. 5197      FAX 585-392-1012

1,027 students in Gr. K-6

Hilton Schools
Village Elementary School
100 School La.
Hilton, NY 14468
585-392-1000 ext. 5197
FAX 585-392-1012

Hilton's Village Elementary School welcomes you!  Students in pre-kindergarten through grade three are located in the Jonathan Underwood wing and students in grades four through six are located in the Hazel Jenkins wing. Principal Dr. Benjamin Rudd and Assistant Principal Stephanie Schaufelberger are excited to have you as part of the Village school community.




Pre-Kindergarten Program 

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Library/Media Center 

Village Library Catalogue

Staff Directory 



Principal Benjamin Rudd

585-392-1000 ext. 5197

Assistant Principal Stephanie Schaufelberger  

585-392-1000 ext. 5198

Village  News & Updates 

Village Elementary raises over $6,800 for American Heart Association  Village Elementary School students and families did an amazing job once again raising money for the American Heart Association during the annual Jump Rope for Heart event on Nov. 21.   - read more -

Hilton students and area veterans join together to observe Veterans Day  More photos  Students from Merton Williams Middle School, Village Elementary School and Quest Elementary School, local veterans and officials participated in a moving ceremony on Nov. 4 at the Hilton Community Center gazebo to honor those who have served our country.    - read more -

Village gets excited about reading  Photos  Village Elementary School Principal Dr. Ben Rudd and Assistant Principal Stephanie Schaufelberger announced this year's selection for One School, One Book in one very big way.   - read more -

Lieutenant Governor visits Village Elementary  Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul recently took time out of her busy schedule to visit Village Elementary School and congratulate the students on being the top readers in New York State.   - read more -

Donate your gently-used musical instruments  Research has found that learning music facilitates learning other subjects and enhances skills that children inevitably use in other areas. Unfortunately, not all parents can afford the cost of renting or purchasing a musical instrument for their beginning music student.   - read more -


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