COVID-19 Updates

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2019-20 academic year ends June 17

Dear Schuylerville Families,

June 17 will be the final day of school and remote learning for the 2019-20 academic year. Below are important dates to make note of:

Monday, June 8, 9:00am-12:00pm: All school provided musical instruments and school related items, including library books and senior iPads, can be dropped off at the entrance to your child’s school building. When you enter campus, please stay to the right and follow the traffic pattern. *Please note: iPads will stay in the hands of students this summer, with the exception of senior students who must return them June 8. It is expected that the policy agreement signed by students and families will continue to be adhered to.

Monday, June 8, 9:00am-12:00pm: Medication pick up day for families who have students with medication in the school buildings. When you enter campus, please stay to the right and follow the traffic pattern to the entrance of your child’s school building.  

Tuesday, June 9: Packet pick up at individual student homes. It will cover five weeks of student work completed May 4-June 5.  Please have packets clearly labeled with the child’s name, grade level, and teacher.  Teachers will be in communication with students directly after June 5 with work to finish the academic year.

Report cards: All students K-12 will receive a report card for the fourth quarter. These will be sent out shortly after the school year ends in June.

2020 Summer School: Summer school for grades 7-12 will be done remotely and be subject specific. It is important to note, summer school is an opportunity for students to receive course credit for work that is otherwise incomplete. If students do not complete the work, the district cannot waive the August Regents exemption. More information will be forthcoming.

We are currently in our tenth week of providing education in an unprecedented way; thank you for all you continue to do at home to support your children during this remote learning period. 


Dr. Ryan Sherman
Superintendent