Fourth-graders plant tree of peace

Schuylerville fourth graders spent part of the day Friday applying a lesson they learned as part of the ELA Modules to a real life problem that affects kids and teenagers around the world: bullying. In class, students have been studying the Iroquois Nation. They have learned about the Tree of Peace and how it symbolizes … Continue reading “Fourth-graders plant tree of peace”

Anti-bullying program visits Schuylerville Elementary

Schuylerville students in grades 3-5 were treated Monday to a special presentation from “Box Out Bullying,” a national touring company that specializes in teaching bullying prevention through interactive theater. “Kids like to be entertained,” Founder and Creative Director Jeremy Rubenstein said. “It’s that power of live theater so that you’re learning through all modalities of … Continue reading “Anti-bullying program visits Schuylerville Elementary”

Schuylerville Alumna visits digital photography class

Students in Ms. Luke’s second period digital photography distance learning class got a lesson from a professional photographer on Friday, and, what was even more special was that the professional photographer is a Schuylerville graduate. Chrissy Agnew graduated from Schuylerville High School in 2008. She went to SUNY Cortland and Adirondack Community College and graduated … Continue reading “Schuylerville Alumna visits digital photography class”

Two Schuylerville seniors recognized by UAlbany

Two Schuylerville High School seniors are being recognized by the University at Albany for their exemplary academic performance and leadership in school and in the community. Dante Langley and Jose Luis Mendoza-Gomez are two of 268 high school seniors from the greater Capital District receiving the 2014 Multicultural High School Achievers Award. The award is … Continue reading “Two Schuylerville seniors recognized by UAlbany”

Direct Certification for free meals

More students will receive free meals this school year as part of a provision to the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) and the School Breakfast Program (SBP). The federally assisted meal programs provide nutritionally balanced free, low-cost, or full-price meals to schoolchildren. In the past, children from households that received Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) … Continue reading “Direct Certification for free meals”

Faculty & Staff recognized for service

Schuylerville faculty and staff started the 2014-2015 school year Tuesday, September 02, 2014 by honoring the hard work of some of their own. Superintendent Dr. Ryan Sherman recognized 19 employees who have dedicated more than 10 years of service to the Schuylerville Central School District. 10 Years: Marge Abbott – Bus Driver Jessica Patenaude – … Continue reading “Faculty & Staff recognized for service”