The Schuylerville Central School District extends its condolences to the family and friends of 18-year old student Caeden Frost, who lost his battle with Mitochondrial Disease on Wednesday, July 1.
Click here for a summer letter from Dr. Sherman about a forthcoming parent survey regarding remote learning and the reopening of schools.
Mary-Elizabeth Foote will serve a three-year term on the New York Association of Agricultural Educators state board as a regional trustee. Click here to read more.
Dear Parent/Guardian, I am writing to you to invite your rising 4th/5th grade student to consider joining the Schuylerville Band Program. As a 4th/5th grade student your child will have the opportunity to study a musical instrument and to gain valuable skills and friendships that will last a lifetime. There is an instrument for everyone! …
Click here to watch the live stream, which will begin on June 26 at 9:00 a.m.
An annual tradition for high school seniors, Schuylerville’s senior scholarship award ceremony was held virtually this year, on June 22. A total of 65 seniors received awards, totaling $54,030. 123 awards totaling $23,130 were Schuylerville awards, monies donated by local families, individuals, staff members, and organizations. Click here for the list of awards students received.
Dear Schuylerville Elementary Parent/Guardian, It is hard to believe that we have concluded this historic school year. We will continue to work hard on your behalf to ensure a well-devised reopening plan – one that will bring a quality, innovative, and flexible learning environment to all of our students. There will be many obstacles, but …
From July 6-August 14, students can complete six weekly bingo sheets and get entered to win a prize at the end of the summer. Click here for more information.
Fifth grade students participated in their “fifth grade finale,” an annual tradition to mark the transition to the middle school. While the finale usually includes an evening dance in the middle school gym, this year students and their families participated in a car parade around the campus loop, saying goodbye to their elementary years as …
Fifth grade students participated in a virtual science fair this year, an annual event normally held in the elementary school gym for students and families to enjoy. Students chose from an experiment, project or research report. Click here for a link to a Padlet that features the students’ work.