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Schooling, caring, succeeding motto
About the Elementary School heading

There are many reasons to be proud of Schuylerville Elementary School—high academic achievement, parent and community involvement and a highly talented teaching and support staff, just to name a few. The foundation of all these successes lies in the culture of our school—the environment we’ve created. Schuylerville Elementary School promotes a climate of caring, from maintenance staff members who ensure our school is immaculate and safe to teachers who go the extra mile to ensure learners reach their potential. [MORE]

random snapshots of students in the Schuylerville School District
ELementary School News heading

Fire Prevention Day

As some of you may know, on Saturday Mrs. Penniman, 5th grade teacher, lost her house to a fire. Her family is ok, but she lost all of her possessions. We are asking all Schuylerville staff and students to wear red and donate $1.00 on Friday, October 3, during fire prevention day. All of our proceeds will go to Mrs. Penniman and her family. [READ MORE] 

Bucket Fillers for September 26

Ten Schuylerville Elementary School students were recognized
September 26, 2014 for exhibiting positive behaviors and doing good deeds as part of the school's Bucket Fillers program.  [READ MORE] 

Annual Title I Meeting

The annual Title I meeting will be held Friday, October 10 at 3:00 p.m. in the High School auditorium. Click here for more details. [PDF]

What You Should Know for the 2014-2015 Influenza Season

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports that Flu activity is low across the United States now, but usually begins to increase in October. With this in mind, Schuylerville Central School District is providing a guide to parents, students and community members regarding the flu.


Fourth Graders Plant Tree of Peace

Schuylerville fourth graders spent part of the day Friday applying a lesson they learned as part of the ELA Modules to a real life problem that affects kids and teenagers around the world: bullying. [READ MORE]

Anti-Bullying Program Visits Schuylerville Elementary

Schuylerville students in grades 3-5 were treated Monday to a special presentation from “Box Out Bullying,” a national touring company that specializes in teaching bullying prevention through interactive theater. [READ MORE]

Elementary Students Recognized for Bucket Fillers Program

Ten Schuylerville Elementary School students were recognized September 12, 2014 for exhibiting positive behaviors and doing good deeds as part of the school's Bucket Fillers program.  [READ MORE]

First Day of School at Schuylerville Elementary

Schuylerville Elementary School students were all smiles as they began the 2014-2015 school year. [Photo Gallery]

New Security Measure at Elementary & Middle Schools

In an effort to increase the security of its schools, the Schuylerville Central School District is installing a video intercom entry system, called AIPHONE, at both the elementary school and middle school. [READ MORE]

Kindergartners & Families Take Part in Meet & Greet

Kindergartners prepared for the first day of school by meeting classmates and teachers. [Photo Gallery]

September Breakfast/Lunch Menus Now Available

The breakfast and lunch menus are now posted for September. Click here to see what’s being served the first month of school.

Bus Route Information for 2014-2015 School Year

Transportation letters for students in Grades 1-12 have been mailed home for the upcoming school year.  [READ MORE]

Elementary School Supply Lists Now Available

Supply lists for K-12 are now available online. Click here to find out what your child needs for the 2014-2015 school year.

Upcoming Events heading

October 1, 2014

Elementary Photos.

Kindergarten Field Trip to Borden’s Orchard (Mr. Becht's (12:1:1) class and Mrs. Sorbero’s class, 10:30-12:30 pm).

October 2, 2014

Elementary Photos.

October 3, 2014

End of K-12 progress reporting.

Fire Prevention Day - wear red and donate $1.00 to help Mrs. Penniman and her family.

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