Transportation Department earns perfect passing rate on state inspections

The Schuylerville Central School District’s Transportation Department has earned a perfect score (100 percent) on its New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) bus safety inspection. All school buses and vans in the state are subject to a comprehensive and rigorous inspection by NYSDOT at least once every six months. All of the Schuylerville school … Continue reading “Transportation Department earns perfect passing rate on state inspections”

Schuylerville athletes talk integrity in sports at leadership summit

Eight Schuylerville High School athletes had the opportunity to interact with more than 70 athletes from nine other schools during the Foothills Council’s Athletic Leadership Summit on March 24 at Hudson Valley Community College. The Schuylerville students who participated, included: Morgan Gunter, 9th grade Emily Vallee, 9th grade Derek Willson, 9th grade Luke Saddlemire, 10th … Continue reading “Schuylerville athletes talk integrity in sports at leadership summit”

Senior receives Section II Girls Scholar Athlete Award

Stephanie McBath, a senior at Schuylerville High School, has received the Section II Girls Basketball Scholar Athlete Award. McBath represented the district at an award ceremony on March 8 at the Marriott on Wolf Road in Albany. The scholar athlete award is given to students who demonstrate excellence both in the classroom and on the … Continue reading “Senior receives Section II Girls Scholar Athlete Award”

High school robotics team set to compete

The Schuylerville High School Robotics Club is gearing up to compete in the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Regional Competition at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on Friday, March 20 and Saturday, March 21. The Schuylerville team, which is comprised of 10 Schuylerville High School students, one Greenwich High School student and … Continue reading “High school robotics team set to compete”

Senior receives Section II Boys Scholar Athlete Award

Dante Langley, a senior at Schuylerville High School, has received the Section II Boys Basketball Scholar Athlete Award. Langley represented the district at an award ceremony on March 15 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Troy. The scholar athlete award is given to students who demonstrate excellence both in the classroom and on the court. … Continue reading “Senior receives Section II Boys Scholar Athlete Award”

Two student compositions to be performed by Glens Falls Symphony

Two Schuylerville High School students will have their original compositions performed by a woodwind quartet from the Glens Falls Symphony on Saturday, March 14. The pieces, composed by Brandon Alling and Alex Malin, were part of a composition contest through the Glens Falls Symphony. Alling and Malin were selected as the two finest student compositions … Continue reading “Two student compositions to be performed by Glens Falls Symphony”

NYSED makes changes to Selection Classification Process

Beginning in fall 2015, Schuylerville students who want to participate in a sport above normal grade level will need to meet the requirements of the new Athletic Placement Process (APP). For the past three years, the New York State Education Department has been reviewing their Selection Classification Process; at the end of December NYSED approved … Continue reading “NYSED makes changes to Selection Classification Process”

FFA members showcase career development skills

Six members of the Schuylerville FFA club are advancing to compete in the Sub-State FFA Career Development Competitions. 13 members prepared and competed in skill and public speaking events at the district competition on March 6. The top four contestants from districts will move on to the sub-state competition hosted by Schuylerville on March 21. … Continue reading “FFA members showcase career development skills”

High Five students recognized for raising academic averages

The Schuylerville students listed below are being recognized as High Five students for increasing their academic averages a minimum of five points from the first to second quarter. Congratulations on the accomplishment! Grade 6 James Brennan, Jonah Stewart, Teyvon Vicha Grade 7 Jordan Bishop, Dayne DeGregory Grade 8 Lars Conway, Lucas Fox Grade 9 Erin … Continue reading “High Five students recognized for raising academic averages”