COVID-19 and Reopening of Schools

As the district works to create proper health and safety re-entry plans that adhere to New York State guidelines for reopening schools, click here for information and updates related to the process. 

2019-20 High School Yearbook Pick Up

The 2019-2020 Schuylerville High School yearbook is in! Students are invited to pick up their pre-ordered book on Monday, Aug. 10 between 9 a.m and 3 p.m. on campus. This will be the only opportunity to pick up books; if families are unable to come to campus during the allotted times, they are encouraged to …

Senior Scholarship Award Ceremony

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.

Grades 6-12 Summer Enrichment Resources

School Librarian, Sandy Berger, has compiled a list of summer enrichment resource websites that offer everything from online museum exhibits, to fitness videos, to webcomics. If you have any questions Mrs. Berger at bergsand@schuylerville.org. Grades 6-12 19 Webcomics to Keep Kids and Teens Engaged Archaeology.org Archaeology Magazine online features the latest in archaeology news, videos …

Class of 2021 yearbook information

Dear Class of 2021 students and parents/guardians,  The purpose of this letter is to share some important yearbook information and deadlines. I will do my best to create a first-rate yearbook that will serve as a lasting reminder of your senior year. However, it is your yearbook and I need your help to make it …

Computer science student challenges himself with robotics and engineering during remote learning

When remote learning became a reality for students and teachers in the middle of March, it changed the delivery of instruction. Many classes that were structured around hands-on learning opportunities, were faced with the challenge of how to continue that environment remotely.  Like many Schuylerville teachers, high school technology teacher, Fred Lefton, has been utilizing …

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