In conjunction with other area school districts, the Schuylerville Central School District is working to secure a contract with Adirondack Health and Wellness to administer the COVID-19 antigen test in order to meet the yellow zone testing requirement if the area were to enter that zone. In order to meet the 20% threshold, the district will have to test students and faculty/staff on a bi-weekly, randomized basis in order to remain open for in-person instruction.
Congratulations to the golf and cross country teams that earned a GPA greater than or equal to 90.
Schuylerville High School Principal James Ducharme has announced students accomplishing notable achievement during the first marking period. When determining grade point averages, all course work taken at the high school (including band and chorus) are averaged, with the exception of physical education. High Honor Roll: students’ averages are 95 to 100 Honor Roll: students’ averages are 90 …
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The scope of Riggi’s work through the years has included supervising the buildings and grounds department, maintenance mechanics, grounds personnel, custodians and cleaners, as well as capital projects.
The Elementary School Picture Retake Day is scheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 2. Remote learners are invited to enter the elementary school through the main entrance between 8:00 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. Please contact Jennifer Tompkins at 518-695-3255 x 1224 or via email at (email@example.com) to schedule a picture retake. In-person learners will be called down …
The Schuylerville FFA Chapter is holding its annual fruit and cheesecake sale. Through this fundraiser, the FFA is able to provide funds to pay for its state and national FFA dues, as well as subsidize the cost of trips, conferences, and other activities that students are involved in. In previous years, members sought out sales …
Through continued USDA funding, free Thanksgiving grocery boxes will be available to every Schuylerville family with enrolled students, whether they are learning in-person or remotely. Sign-up is required by Monday, Nov. 16.
Patriotism was on full display at Schuylerville Elementary, with students and teachers finding unique ways, both as a school and individual classrooms, to honor United States veterans ahead of the observed holiday.
Click here for a letter from Saratoga County Public Health Services with three scenarios applicable to families.