Congratulations to Sydney Alexanian, Sunni LaBounty, Emma Nesbitt and Riley VanCott.
Much like the Olympic Games where athletes participate in individual and team events, Schuylerville Middle School’s seventh and eighth grade musicians participated in a ‘Band Olympics,’ which they prepared for since September. After their winter concert in December, the students’ band teacher, Kaitlyn Koch, gave them a boot camp packet to take home over …
Eight Schuylerville Elementary School students were recognized as “Bucket Fillers” on Friday, Feb. 14 for exhibiting positive behaviors and doing good deeds. Click here to learn more about the Bucket Fillers program.
The day before the winter break, the high school held its Black and Orange Spirit Day topped off with a pep rally in the gym. In addition to recognizing winter sports athletes, seniors and staff participated in a balloon waddle, and a tug-of-war competition was held with seniors vs. juniors and sophomores vs. freshman. Click …
Exciting, reliable and cost-effective; those were the parameters of the Great Paper Roller Coaster Challenge given to eighth grade technology students. Acting as designers, students worked in teams of two and three to build a roller coaster out of card stock, taking into account cost of materials such as columns, beams, funnels and loops. At …
Students will perform on March 6 and 7 at 7:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium.
Senior Hannah Klingebiel finished first in Slalom during the Section 2 Championship at West Mountain, with a time of 55.42.
The grant provided funding to purchase Edhesive, a digital curriculum to support an Introduction to Computer Science class for students in grades 10-12.
The money raised will help to purchase new books for families of preemies in NICUs in various hospitals, including locally, Albany Medical Center, St. Peter’s Hospital, and Bellevue Hospital.
Six Schuylerville FFA members attended the event with other students from across the state to advocate for agricultural education.