Middle School Honor Roll (first quarter)

Schuylerville Middle School Principal Katie Elsworth has announced the high-achieving students who have made the honor roll for the first marking period. The High Honor Roll shows students with an average for the first quarter between 95 and 100, the Honor Roll students’ averages are 90 to 94.9 and Merit averages are between 85 and 89.9. …

Student-musicians perform at Festival of Trees

A group of Schuylerville Elementary and Middle School student-musicians took part in the Festival of Trees on Saturday, Dec. 1 in the Village of Schuylerville. Fifth grade band members, fifth grade chorus members and sixth grade band members provided entertainment at the Town Hall during the festival. Students say they had fun performing for the …

District pulls romaine lettuce amid recall

The Schuylerville Central School District Food Services department has disposed of all romaine lettuce on-hand and will be using green leaf or other varieties until the CDC deems romaine safe to consume again. The district’s lettuce is always sourced from the United States and washed before serving. Click here to learn more about the recall.

Holiday book fair to feature Schuylerville teacher

Darrin Renner, a social studies teacher at Schuylerville Middle School, will be featured during the first annual Children’s Holiday Book Fair “Let’s Talk About Books” event at the Strand Theater in Hudson Falls on Friday, Nov. 23. Renner is the author of the historical fiction book “The Adventures of Silas Freethorn: A Puritan Tale” set …

LaBounty, Vianese compete at State Championships

Schuylerville High School junior Sunni LaBounty and Schuylerville Middle School eighth-grader Megan Vianese both competed at the New York State Cross Country Championships on Nov. 10 on Long Island. LaBounty placed 15 out 102 runners in the Class C Division race. She ran a hilly 5k course in a time of 20:20. Her speed helped …

LaBounty, Vianese advance to State Cross Country Championships

Two members of the Schuylerville varsity girls cross country team will be heading to the State Cross Country Championships on Long Island, after each ran a personal best to secure her spot. Schuylerville High School junior Sunni LaBounty and Schuylerville Middle School eighth-grader Megan Vianese placed sixth and 10th respectively at the Section II Championships …