Bucket Fillers for Jan. 13

Ten Schuylerville Elementary School students were recognized as “Bucket Fillers” on Friday, Jan. 13 for exhibiting positive behaviors and doing good deeds. Click here to learn more about the Bucket Fillers program.

Buffalo a capella group to work and perform with Schuylerville choral students

Schuylerville choral students will have the chance to work and perform with a university a capella group on Wednesday, Jan. 25. The Enchords, an a capella group from the University at Buffalo will be visiting the district to host several workshops during the school day. The group, led by Schuylerville graduate Tayler Dooley, will then …

8th Grade Parent Night scheduled for Jan. 19

Parents of current Schuylerville eighth grade students are encouraged to attend 8th Grade Parent Night on Thursday, Jan. 19 at 7 p.m. in the high school chorus room. High School Principal Matthew Sickles, along with Assistant Principal James Ducharme, will be on hand to discuss transitioning goals and events that are planned for current eighth …

Freshman skier finishes third at Saratoga Invitational

A Schuylerville freshman on the varsity girls ski team placed third during her first high school race. Hannah Klingebeil finished in the top three at the Saratoga Invitational at Willard Mountain on Monday, Jan. 9. Klingebeil is a three sport athlete for Schuylerville High School, and she is also a member of the Willard Mountain …

Three student artists recognized by Lions Club, Board of Education

Three Schuylerville Middle School students were recognized Monday, Jan. 9 by the Schuylerville Lions Club and the Schuylerville Board of Education for their participation in the Lions Club’s Peace Poster contest. This year’s theme was “A Celebration of Peace.” Eighth-graders Reagan Hutchinson, Emily Oakes, and Jack Dwyer had their work chosen from among more than …

Co-curricular clubs thank local law enforcement

Several Schuylerville High School co-curricular clubs are showing their support and appreciation to members of the law enforcement community by participating in Law Enforcement Appreciation Day on Monday, Jan. 9. Students and staff involved in French Club, Spanish Club, Future Farmers of America, Gay Straight Alliance, Environmental Club, and the Freshman Class wrote individual thank …

Graduates return to share college insights with high school freshmen and seniors – Jan, 2017

On Friday, Jan. 6, more than two dozen graduates from the Schuylerville High School Class of 2016 returned to share insights, advice and anecdotes about life after high school with current freshmen and seniors. “The biggest difference between high school and college is freedom,” said Darius Richardson, a freshman at the University of Maryland. “In …

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