Paid for using funds from the federal American Rescue Plan grant, it will serve as a therapeutic space for children with special needs.
Prior to the demolition of 36 Spring St. the building was deemed structurally unsound and condemned, with a roof that had caved in. In addition, prior to the district purchasing the building, research was conducted to ensure it was not listed on the Register of Historic Places.
High School senior Eleanor Hughes will now advance to the Junior Science and Humanities Symposium Feb. 28-29.
Lukas Sherman broke the record that was held by Eric Stover since 1978. The record now sits at 1,325 points.
Beginning July 1, the Athletic Director position will be restructured in an effort to reimagine the scope and parameters of the role, to ultimately transition the role to that of a school administrator in the future. July 1, 2024-June 30, 2025, physical education teacher John Bowen will serve as Athletic Director and High School Principal James Ducharme will serve as Athletic Administrator in a collaborative role.
Online registration for students entering kindergarten will be open Tuesday, January 16 through Thursday, March 28. Eligible children are those who will be five years of age on or before December 1, 2024.
Click here for data regarding Schuylerville students’ proficiency on the administered exams.
Five Schuylerville High School football players are represented on the 2023 Class C NYS All-State team. The team is compiled by the NYS Sports Writers Association. Congratulations to the following athletes: Second Team Lukas Sherman – Linebacker Josh Bowen – Offensive Line Connor Battle – Place Kicker Third Team Martin Flanders – Running Back Hon. …
The donation came from the BackPack Heroes Program, sponsored by the Regional Foodbank of Northeastern NY, Fidelis Care, and CBS6. This year’s campaign raised funds that were dispersed among 50 BackPack programs in the Capital Region.
Children who will be four years of age on or before December 1, 2024 are eligible for the 2024-25 UPK program.