High Five students recognized for raising academic averages

The Schuylerville students listed below are being recognized as High Five students for increasing their academic averages a minimum of five points from the first to the second quarter. Congratulations on the accomplishment! Grade 6 Alexander Leinwol, Cole Mewton Grade 7 Michelle Baker, Nadine Barton, Autumn Pniewski Grade 8 Olivia Jones, Christopher Morgan Grade 9 …

Middle School Honor Roll

Schuylerville Middle School Principal Katie Elsworth has announced students accomplishing notable achievement during the second marking period. When determining grade point averages, all course work taken at the middle school (including band and chorus) are averaged, with the exception of physical education. High Honor Roll: students’ averages are 95 to 100 Honor Roll: students’ averages …

Seventh and eighth grade musicians participate in Band Olympics

Much like the Olympic Games where athletes participate in individual and team events, Schuylerville Middle School’s seventh and eighth grade musicians participated in a ‘Band Olympics,’ which they prepared for since September.    After their winter concert in December, the students’ band teacher, Kaitlyn Koch, gave them a boot camp packet to take home over …

Eighth grade technology students participate in the Great Paper Roller Coaster Challenge

Exciting, reliable and cost-effective; those were the parameters of the Great Paper Roller Coaster Challenge given to eighth grade technology students. Acting as designers, students worked in teams of two and three to build a roller coaster out of card stock, taking into account cost of materials such as columns, beams, funnels and loops. At …

Read to Succeed registration opens

Read To Succeed is a free program that allows students in grades K-6 to earn tickets to Six Flags Great Escape just by reading six hours for fun. Here’s how your child can participate: Register using this link Use the code your teacher gave you or use Mrs. Weeks’ code: CECRF Your child may read …

Middle School Robotics Club participates in VEX IQ Challenge

More than 30 Schuylerville middle school students participated in an annual robotics competition with Granville’s middle school team. Teams of two took part in the VEX IQ Challenge Squared Away.  About the game The VEX IQ Challenge Squared Away is played on a 4’x8’ rectangular field. Two robots compete in 60 second long teamwork matches, working …

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