District honored for successfully promoting sportsmanship

The Schuylerville Central School District has been named one of the 2014-15 NYSPHSAA Sportsmanship Promotion Award winners. The program is co-sponsored by Pupil Benefits Plan, Inc. The award is presented to schools that have developed proactive approaches in keeping sportsmanship in the forefront with their students, coaches, spectators and communities. This year marks the 19th …

Benefit concert planned for Schuylerville alumna battling cancer

A benefit concert will be held on Saturday, Oct. 17 for a Schuylerville Class of 2011 alumna who is battling cancer. Samantha Toleman was recently diagnosed with stage IV Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Former Schuylerville music students Kevin Allen, Zach DiMeglio, Alex Griffen, Jilian Reilly, Avi Stark and Andrew Talbot are helping to organize the benefit and …

High school art students leave mark with murals – Sept, 2015

More than a dozen Schuylerville High School students are leaving their artistic mark on the school. Students in Kirt Winslow’s portfolio preparation and assessment class are transforming their tabletops and cabinets into famous works of art, including M.C. Escher’s “Drawing Hands” and Salvador Dali’s “The Persistence of Memory,” by painting murals of the pieces. “The …

Schuylerville families in grades 3-6 asked to read book about bullying

The Schuylerville Elementary and Middle Schools, in collaboration with the Schuylerville Public Library, are asking Schuylerville parents with students in grades 3-6 to take some time to read the book I Am Jack, by Susanne Gervay with their child. Students will arrive home with the book on Monday, Sept. 14. I Am Jack is a …

Breakfast program begins at Schuylerville High School

Schuylerville High School students can now buy breakfast at school. The high school breakfast program launched on Sept. 8 and will continue throughout the 2015-16 school year. Students in grades 9-12 will have the option of purchasing cereal and toast, or the daily featured hot entrée, which also includes fruit, milk and juice, for $1.10. …

Varsity girls soccer wins a thriller vs. Hoosick Falls

In front of a standing room only crowd at Black Horses’ Stadium, the Schuylerville varsity girls soccer team defeated their non-league nemesis 3-2. Emily Vallee staked the home side to a 1-0 lead, with an assist from Emily Carlstrom. Falls answered back within minutes, and then took a 2-1 lead. Kaitlyn Congdon tied it up …