5th grade moving up parade

With their parents and teachers, 5th grade students marked the end of their elementary school years and all they have accomplished during a moving up parade held on campus.   Students paraded along the length of the elementary and middle school buildings to the front of the track, while their families looked on and waved.  Mrs. …

Virtual Learners’ Fun Day

Virtual learners and their teachers celebrated the end of the school year at Fort Hardy Park. Students in grades K-5 played field day games, enjoyed lunch with their peers, and received special recognition awards. Click here for some pictures of the event!

Letter from the Board of Education

During the June 21 regular business meeting, Board of Education President Michael Bodnar read a letter to express thanks for the districtwide efforts that made the 2020-21 school year a successful one.

8th grade “Moving On Fun Day”

During the last week of the 2021-22 school year, 8th grade students marked the end of their middle school years and all they have accomplished so far. During an outdoor “Moving On Fun Day”, students gathered together on the turf field, participated in field day activities, enjoyed shave ice and received 8th grade fun superlative …

Middle school fun days

Grade 8 Tuesday, June 22, 12:45-2:25 p.m. 8th grade students will gather outside on the bleachers and turf field, eat pizza, participate in field day activities, and receive 8th grade fun superlative awards as well some parting gifts. Fully remote or hybrid students who would like to participate can arrive at school at 12:45 p.m. …

Boys basketball summer camps

The Schuylerville boys basketball program will be running two youth camps this July for students entering grades 1-6.  Grades 1-3  This camp is for students entering grades 1-3 in the fall. It is designed to focus on basketball fundamentals. The boys will have the opportunity to work on skills, play games and receive individual and …

Graduation update

Updated guidance for large, public events that occur outside the scope of in-person academic instruction, scholastic, and extracurricular activities allows us to no longer require testing or vaccination proof for spectators.

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