Art club shows school spirit through murals

Members of the Schuylerville High School art club are showing their school spirit through two new murals. Students completed a mural in the main office and are currently working on one for the mathematics wing of the school. Students who worked on the mural include: Reagan Hutchinson, Angel Rodriguez, Lily Claus, Makenzie Arsenault, Kennedy Sobon, … Continue reading “Art club shows school spirit through murals”

Kindergarten registration for 2018-19 school year

Open enrollment for Kindergarten Registration is now in progress for any child entering kindergarten at Schuylerville Elementary School in fall 2018. Children must turn five years old on or before Dec. 1, 2018 to start kindergarten in September 2018. If your child is eligible, here are some important steps to the process: Please complete the … Continue reading “Kindergarten registration for 2018-19 school year”

Spring sports sign up information

Spring sports sign-ups will be held on Feb. 5 & 6 for high school students and on Feb. 5 & 8 for middle school students. All Health History Paperwork is due by Feb. 16 to the student’s building nurse. Physicals will be held Feb. 28. If a student had, or is planning to get an … Continue reading “Spring sports sign up information”

Students gain hands-on experience through CTE program

Three Schuylerville High School students are sharing their experience with the Career and Technical Education (CTE) program offered through BOCES. Seniors Hannah Diehl, Madison Quinn, and junior McKenzie Dufrain, recently participated in a video series featuring the Culinary Arts & Hospitality program, Cosmetology program and the Auto Body Repair program. “Enrolling in CTE will allow … Continue reading “Students gain hands-on experience through CTE program”

Board recognizes “Peace Poster” artists

The Schuylerville Board of Education recognized four Schuylerville Middle School students at its meeting on Monday, Jan. 8, for the work they submitted as part of the annual Lions Club Peace Poster contest. This year’s theme was “The Future of Peace.” The winners are: Abby Caron-  First Place (Grade 8) Alyssa Campbell- Second Place (Grade … Continue reading “Board recognizes “Peace Poster” artists”

Students raise money for classmate battling cancer

Schuylerville students are coming up with clever ways to show their support for a fellow classmate battling cancer. Seventh-grader Daniel MacMillan was diagnosed with E-Wing Sarcoma in June. Since then, his fellow Schuylerville classmates have turned their ideas into money to help in MacMillan’s fight. Turning lemons into lemonade Over the summer, a group of … Continue reading “Students raise money for classmate battling cancer”

Tips for staying safe during extreme cold

With temperatures falling to dangerously low temperatures, the Schuylerville Central School District is outlining some precautions to take to ensure students stay safe and warm throughout the cold snap. How families can prepare When temperatures do not warrant a school closing, families should help their children to be prepared for the weather by making sure … Continue reading “Tips for staying safe during extreme cold”

How Schuylerville Central Schools communicate weather-related announcements

With the colder temperatures and snow starting to fly, it’s a good time for a reminder about Schuylerville Central School District’s weather-related announcements. As always, cancellations, delays or early dismissals are posted on the district’s website. School closings are also announced on the following local TV stations: Channel 6, Channel 9 (YNN), Channel 10, Channel … Continue reading “How Schuylerville Central Schools communicate weather-related announcements”

High School Honor Roll (first quarter)

Schuylerville High School Principal James Ducharme has announced students accomplishing notable achievement during the first marking period. The High Honor Roll shows students with an average for the first quarter between 95 and 100, the Honor Roll students’ averages are 90 to 94.9 and Merit averages are between 85 and 89.9. When determining grade point … Continue reading “High School Honor Roll (first quarter)”

Middle School Honor Roll (first quarter)

Schuylerville Middle School Principal Katie Elsworth has announced the high-achieving students who have made the honor roll for the first marking period. The High Honor Roll shows students with an average for the first quarter between 95 and 100, the Honor Roll students’ averages are 90 to 94.9 and Merit averages are between 85 and 89.9. … Continue reading “Middle School Honor Roll (first quarter)”