Congratulations to the students who participated in the 2020 Schuylerville Elementary Summer Enrichment Program! Students were recognized for their effort, hard work, and dedication to the 10-week program. Katherine Beaulac, Grade 5 Sean Bendon, Grade 4 Elizabeth Bourquin, Grade 4 Danielle Didier, Grade 3 Allison Dietrichsen, Grade 2 Enzo F., Grade 1 Gianni F., Grade …
Dear Parents/Guardians: Interested juniors, along with sophomores who are enrolled in Honors English and/or Accelerated Math, will be administered the PSAT/NMSQT examination on Wednesday, Oct. 14 in the high school at 8:00 a.m. The PSAT/NMSQT is a standardized test that provides first hand practice for the SAT Reasoning test. It measures critical reading skills, math problem-solving skills …
Click here for more information on meal pick ups for fully remote and hybrid students.
Low-risk fall athletics at the varsity level will begin Sept. 21. Sports classified as moderate and high risk will be postponed until March 1, 2021. Click here for details.
Click here for updated information regarding medical protocols for symptomatic students and siblings.
In addition to the daily temperature checks of students being performed each day by Schuylerville staff upon arrival, school district parents/guardians are required to complete a periodic health screening questionnaire on behalf of their child(ren) electronically. The results will be sent to the school nurses.
The funding is being provided by the United States Department of Agriculture, allowing every Schuylerville student to receive one free breakfast and one free lunch daily, this fall.
Approved by voters in 2016, the project wasn’t slated to be finished until September of 2021. However, with the closure of schools due to COVID-19 in March, work that was anticipated to be done during the summer of 2021 was able to be accomplished during the spring and summer of 2020.
A new online dashboard developed by the Department of Health will report daily data on the number of people who have tested positive for COVID-19 in each school district in the state beginning Tuesday, Sept. 8.
For students who were unable to attend the in-person orientations, Principal Elsworth hosted a grades 6-8 virtual orientation to discuss expectations for the hybrid learning model for the 2020-21 school year. Click here to view the presentation.