National Junior Honor Society inducts new members

The Schuylerville National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) inducted 46 new eighth grade members during a ceremony on Tuesday, May 24. “We’re proud of the students’ many accomplishments that led them to this honor,” said Principal Katie Elsworth. “They truly embody the pillars of National Honor Society—scholarship, leadership, service and character.” The current officers of NJHS spoke … Continue reading “National Junior Honor Society inducts new members”

Top 10 graduates of the Class of 2016

The Schuylerville Central School District Class of 2016’s commitment to community service and academic achievement truly exemplifies the district motto, “Schooling, Caring, Succeeding.” Among the 143 students who are expected to graduate at the commencement ceremony on June 25, 2016, are the following “top 10” students: Valedictorian Zachary VanKeuren Zachary is graduating with a 99.35 academic … Continue reading “Top 10 graduates of the Class of 2016”

Students raise $5,000 for juvenile diabetes research

Schuylerville Elementary School students have helped raise more than $5,000 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. The JDRF Kids Walk program is an educational, in-school program with two goals; to educate students about type 1 and type 2 diabetes and the importance of a healthy lifestyle, and to provide them with an opportunity to make … Continue reading “Students raise $5,000 for juvenile diabetes research”

National Honor Society inducts new members

The Schuylerville High School National Honor Society (NHS) inducted 30 new members during a ceremony on Wednesday, May 18. “Congratulations to the inductees,” said Superintendent of Schools Dr. Ryan Sherman. “These students exemplify scholarship, leadership, service and character – the four pillars of the National Honor Society – and they should be very proud of … Continue reading “National Honor Society inducts new members”

Boys sprint medley relay team qualifies for New Balance Nationals

School records were broken and four Schuylerville High School track team members qualified for nationals on Friday, May 20 at the Schuylerville Classic. The boys 4×200 relay team of Ethan Gray, Ben Phillips, Joe Barber and Ian Luhmann broke the school record, with a time of 1:32.72. The boys sprint medley relay team of Will … Continue reading “Boys sprint medley relay team qualifies for New Balance Nationals”

Results show district water is safe

Water at the Schuylerville Central School District is clean and safe to drink, according to recent water test results. In a proactive approach to student safety, Schuylerville Central School District officials decided to have water sampling done at Schuylerville Elementary School and Schuylerville High School. “The heightened awareness on the issue of lead in drinking … Continue reading “Results show district water is safe”

10th grade student donates toys to elementary classroom

Schuylerville Elementary School students in Amy Jordan’s life skills class got a surprise on Thursday, May 19 when a high school student dropped off dozens of toys to their classroom. Angel Rodriguez, a 10th grade student at Schuylerville High School, purchased the toys at a consignment event that she volunteered at with her mom. Rodriguez … Continue reading “10th grade student donates toys to elementary classroom”

Boys tennis team wins sectional title

The Schuylerville High School boys varsity tennis team has been named the Class B Section II champion. The fifth-seeded Black Horses defeated second-seeded La Salle 5-2 in the Class B final at Maple Hill on Wednesday, May 18. Mike Burkett, Kai Kobori-Hotchkiss and Spencer Swoboda won single matches, while the teams of Steve Bennett and … Continue reading “Boys tennis team wins sectional title”

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 second to third quarter. Congratulations on the accomplishment! Grade 6: Evelyn Haley, Justin Hinners, Harrison Parnham Grade 7: James Brennan, Skyler Hurley, Alex Rodriguez, Cayden Rutland, Matthew Stampfli Grade 8: Kyle … Continue reading “High Five students recognized for raising academic averages”