Three Schuylerville athletes named Times Union All-Stars

Three Schuylerville varsity athletes are being recognized by the Times Union for their skills on the softball field. Sara Baker and Lauren Kelleher, a junior and sophomore respectively, have been named to the First Team Times Union All-Stars. Jessica Kelleher, a senior, has been named to the Second Team Times Union All-Stars.

High school students design and produce classroom bowling alley

Schuylerville High School students in Fred Lefton’s Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) class had some fun with one of their final projects of the year; they designed and produced a classroom bowling alley. Students chose to use the classroom laser engraver to mass produce all of the parts needed to assemble enough bowling pins and bowling …

Zucchini Brothers perform thank you concert for Schuylerville Elementary School

The Zucchini Brothers performed a special concert for Schuylerville Elementary School on Thursday, June 11 to say thank you to the students and staff who helped raise more than $700 to help replace several of the band’s instruments. The instruments were stolen out of guitarist and singer Jack Powell’s car while he was substitute teaching …

Coach and groundskeeper reflects on 36 years at SCS

After 36 years of working and coaching in the Schuylerville Central School District, Kim Gamache will retire at the end of the school year. Gamache has served as the head groundskeeper for 29 years and has coached modified cross country and both indoor and outdoor track for the past 20 years. He even held the …

Students encouraged to participate in summer reading challenge

Schuylerville Elementary School students are being challenged to read for 40 days or more over summer break. It’s all part of the Summer Reading Challenge, in coordination with the New York State Library and sponsored by Assemblywoman Carrie Woerner, who represents Saratoga and Washington counties. This year, the program is exploring the actions of heroes …

Eighth-graders take part in academic field study at Natural Stone Bridge and Caves

Eighth grade students at Schuylerville Middle School applied what they’ve learned in the classroom to real life on Wednesday, June 10 during an academic field study at Natural Stone Bridge and Caves in Pottersville, NY. Students focused on the geology of the area and were able to see the power of rushing water. “It is …