Dear Schuylerville 8th grade families, Please join us as we celebrate and say “farewell” to our Schuylerville Middle School 8th grade students! We will have a “Farewell Reverse Parade” on Friday, June 12 beginning at 10:00 a.m. 8th-grade students should decorate their parent’s car and participate in the parade, which will take place on campus …
Among the 120 students who are expected to graduate at this year’s commencement ceremony, click here to read more about the Top 10.
Amy Dunbar’s sixth grade ELA students participated in an activity called, “Life Lessons Learned Through Literature.” Throughout the year, students discussed how they can learn about people and experiences through literature. Students were asked to read a personal choice book, determine the theme of the book, and then create a video that shows what the …
Elementary and Middle School Band Director Kaitlyn Koch is providing bands students in grades 4-8 an opportunity to perform during the remote learning period. Each band cohort was given the option to perform a recital at home for the people they live with or to perform on a Google Meet for some peers, their band …
The Class of 2020 graduation will be in the Schuylerville Black Horse Stadium on Friday, June 26 at 9:00 a.m. The event is still tentative and subject to change, based on where the region stands in regard to phased reopening and any mass gathering executive order from Governor Cuomo.
Click here for several important dates during the final weeks of the school year.
Congratulations to Arielle Sowle, a 2020 National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) Outstanding Achievement Award recipient. Sowle has earned a $500 college savings scholarship that she will be able to use in the future for her post-secondary education
The Class of 2020’s cap and gown delivery will be made to students’ individual homes on Thursday, May 21 in the morning. The Schuylerville CSD Transportation Dept. will be leaving the deliveries on porches/front steps after ringing the doorbell.
Qualified voters of the Schuylerville will vote on a $37.4 million proposed budget for the 2020-21 school year via absentee ballot, per the Governor’s Executive Order No. 202.26. The Schuylerville Central School District will provide absentee ballots with a postage paid return envelope to each qualified voter.
Per NYS Governor Cuomo, outdoor, low-risk recreational activities like tennis will be allowed to reopen statewide as of Friday, May 15.