The district has learned that a student at Schuylerville Elementary School has tested positive for COVID-19. Since learning of the positive case, the district has been working in conjunction with Saratoga County Public Health Services to assist with contact tracing.
Both grants will be used to fund new agricultural education and FFA Chapter experiential learning initiatives at the high school.
To continue the practice of COVID-19 health and safety protocols, students on campus remained in their seats socially distanced during the drill, and the lockdown procedures were practiced verbally.
The USDA child nutrition waivers first became available during school closures in the spring of 2020, were extended in September through December 2020, and will now be extended again through June 30, 2021. Click here for more information.
Per the Department of Health and district’s school physician, Dr. Nielson, a negative COVID-19 antigen result is now allowed for a person’s clearance to return to school. Click here for details.
As the five week mark of reopening approaches, the district is planning for a virtual school, which will begin Monday, Oct. 19. Click here for details.
Channeled through Cornell Cooperative Extension of Saratoga County, the grant will pay for a new greenhouse at Pitney Meadows Farm to grow tomatoes, lettuce and other crops beyond the regular growing season.
There will be no school for students on these days; faculty and staff will use the conference days to continue planning curriculum for in-person and remote learners.
The official start date for winter sports will be November 30. If a student’s physical is dated prior to November 30, 2019, they will need to have an updated physical by their family physician before they can be cleared to participate.
All students entering or attending school in NYS, including distance learning, must be immunized. Health forms are due Sept. 24.