Booster club donates $5,000, sets up 20 year athletic scholarship

The Schuylerville Black Horses All-Sports Booster Club has made two donations to the Schuylerville Athletic Department to benefit current and future Schuylerville athletes. The booster club donated $5,000 to be used for various athletic related purchases this year, as well as $10,000 to be used to set up a 20 year scholarship. The scholarship money …

One running for available Board of Education seat

In addition to casting ballots on the 2016-17 budget proposal, Schuylerville residents will also have the opportunity to vote in the Board of Education election. One seat carrying a five-year term is available. Incumbent Mike Booth is the sole candidate running. His profile is listed below. Mike booth Mike Booth is running for his fourth …

Schuylerville’s Julia Freemire signs letter of intent

Schuylerville High School senior Julia Freemire has signed her National Letter of Intent to attend Niagara University and run cross country in the fall. Freemire received a partial athletic scholarship, along with some academic scholarship money. Freemire signed the letter in front of administrators, her coach, her parents and the media on Friday, April 15. …

Online sports physical scheduling begins April 19

The Schuylerville Central School District has made online scheduling available through Canyon Creek to give student athletes and their parents greater flexibility in scheduling a sport’s physical this spring for the fall season. Beginning April 19 through May 2 (May 24 for middle school), parents will have the opportunity to access available times and dates …

High School English teacher receives tenure appointment

At the Board of Education meeting on Monday, April 11, Schuylerville High School English teacher Ross Marvin received a tenure appointment. Marvin, who teaches 10th and 11th grade English and two distance learning classes, journalism and the short story, was introduced by Principal Matthew Sickles. Marvin previously taught for four years in the Schenectady City …

WNYT’s Bob Kovachick visits Schuylerville Middle School

A group of Schuylerville Middle School students is learning about the weather from a meteorologist they’ve seen on television. Click below to watch a video about WNYT’s Bob Kovachick’s visit to Ivy Rechak’s eighth grade Regents earth science class. WNYT’s Chief Meteorologist Bob Kovachick talks to Schuylerville Middle School students about forecasting the weather.

Schuylerville student artwork selected for juried art show at The Hyde Collection

Four Schuylerville High School students will have their artwork featured at the 25th Annual Regional Juried High School Art Exhibition at The Hyde Collection in Glens Falls. The show will open to the public on Saturday, April 9 and will remain open until May 1. Thousands of pieces were submitted from area school districts and …

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