Local composer visits seventh grade music class

Schuylerville Middle School students in Kaitlyn Koch’s seventh grade music classes recently enjoyed a visit from a local composer. During the month of March, students learned about movie music and used iMovie and GarageBand to create their own movie music projects. On March 15 and 16 the classes welcomed guest speaker and local composer Andy …

Students enjoy global cuisine as part of Foreign Language Week

Schuylerville High School’s French and Spanish clubs planned a variety of activities as part of National Foreign Language Week from March 5-9, including partnering with Food Service Manager Sarah Keen to plan an exciting week of global cuisine. Students sampled apple churros from Mexico, homemade hummus from the Mediterranean, Italian-inspired Jeanette cookies, French Quiche Lorraine …

Bucket Fillers for March 16, 2018

Nine Schuylerville Elementary School students were recognized as “Bucket Fillers” on Friday, March 16 for exhibiting positive behaviors and doing good deeds. Click here to learn more about the Bucket Fillers program.

Fourth-graders track Iditarod, build dog sled

Schuylerville Elementary School students in Peter Carner’s fourth grade class have been keeping a close eye on this month’s Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race in Alaska. That’s because each student selected a musher to cheer on. Students researched where their mushers are from and followed them across Alaska, learning about the communities and comparing them …

Two students invited to attend prestigious writers’ conference

Two Schuylerville High School students have been selected to attend the prestigious 2018 New England Young Writers’ Conference at Middlebury College in Vermont this May. Junior Sophie Macchi was selected for her fictional piece “The Outsider” and sophomore Meghan Clark was invited for her fictional piece “Forte Piano.” Clark says she never imagined her work …

District response to national school walkout

The Schuylerville Central School District had a small group of students participate in the national school walkout on Wednesday, March 14. Overall, 38 high school and two middle school students chose to participate by organizing in the auditorium and vestibule, as part of a student-district arranged plan. A handful of students chose to leave the …

Safety & Security for Walkout

Please be advised that for the safety and security of its students, the Schuylerville Central School District is monitoring the entrance to its campus and only allowing students and parents of students onto the campus from 9:45-10:30 a.m. today. Some students have chosen to participate in the national school walkout and the district is working …

Klingebiel wins Eastern High School Championships

Schuylerville High School sophomore Hannah Klingebiel took the Eastern High School Championship title in slalom on Friday, March 9 at Cannon Mountain in New Hampshire. After two runs, Klingebiel finished .58 seconds in front of the second place racer. The Eastern High School Championships featured 14 states represented by 124 athletes.

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