The parade will be through district streets and neighborhoods on Thursday, April 2 beginning at 2:00 p.m. Click here for route details.
The district is continuing its local partnerships with Saratoga Apple and Thomas Poultry during the closure. In addition, King Brothers Dairy donated 600 bottles of chocolate milk for the meal delivery program.
Decisions about school closures are now being made at the state level, as the impact and spread of the COVID-19 virus continues to evolve. In the coming weeks, if there is an executive order from the governor with a school closure extension, at-home learning packets will be delivered to grades K-5 on Friday, April 9. Students in grades 6-12 will continue to access learning materials from individual teachers through online/virtual means.
Click here for a message from Director of Pupil Personnel Services, Gregg Barthelmas.
Click here for more information about at-home resources during the remote education period.
Dear Schuylerville Elementary Parents/Guardians, As our community comes to terms with a new normal, we are faced with many daily challenges. Many of us are doing all we can to ensure basic needs are met within our home, maintain a career remotely, figure out how to make ends meet financially, clean/disinfect every inch of our …
Below are several updates pertaining to Schuylerville High School students as of March 23: Jostens Graduation Products The March 24 pick up has been canceled. Jostens will be in touch with a re-scheduled date. Please note that this only involves graduation announcement or graduation product orders. Caps and gowns are not passed out until the …
Click here for new information on the suspension of NYS tests and the closure of outdoor areas on campus.
All staff will be working remotely through the closure period, with the exception of operations and maintenance personnel.
All schools in the WSWHE BOCES will be working in conjunction with local county providers and existing licensed daycare providers to find open placements for families of essential workers.