Grades 3-8 spring enrichment

Dear Grades 3-8 families, Schuylerville CSD students in grades 3-8 are invited to take part in spring enrichment programs hosted by WSWHE BOCES at the Myers Education Center. The enrichment courses are an excellent opportunity for students to continue expanding their skills and knowledge in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math.) Courses are scheduled …

HS Positive Action Notes: January

Throughout the school year, Schuylerville High School faculty and staff recognize students (and each other!) for displaying any of the following qualities: Positive attitude Respect Compassion Enthusiasm Encouragement Service Gratitude Integrity Accountability Citizenship Honesty When a student or staff member is highlighted, they will receive a personal note marking the positive attributes they bring to …

Class of 2024 yearbook deadlines

Dear Class of 2024 families, Some brief announcements regarding the 2024 Schuylerville High School Yearbook! The entire book needs to be published by early April and our club needs some final help from the school community to make that happen: 1) Yearbooks are currently available for preorder on Here is a direct link: Type in Schuylerville …

Phys. Ed. Students of the Month: January

Each month, students who display their best effort at all times and demonstrate positive behavior and great leadership traits set the standard for what is expected of a Physical Education student in the elementary school. The following students have been recognized with the Elementary Physical Education Student of the Month Award for January: 5th grade: …

February newsletter

Click here for the February edition of the Schuylerville Elementary School newsletter. Each month, Principal Marzullo will send out important dates and information pertaining to students and families in grades K-5.

HS Student Services February newsletter

Click here for the February newsletter from Schuylerville High School Student Services. Each month, newsletters are posted with information pertaining to students in grades 9-12, including SATs/ACTs, scholarships, employment opportunities and upcoming college fairs.

36 Spring St. demolition

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.

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