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. 

Parent Toolkit newsletter

Click here to access a Parent Toolkit newsletter from the Washington-Saratoga-Warren-Hamilton-Essex (WSWHE) BOCES. The newsletter is designed to support parents during the remote learning period, with resources on mental wellness and the ‘new normal,’ as well as enrichment activities for parents to do at home with their children. In addition, on April 28 at 3:30 …

Elementary/Middle School yearbook update

Dear elementary and middle school families, The 2020 Schuylerville Elementary/Middle School yearbook is on its way to print very shortly! We are working hard with all of our teachers to complete this book remotely. According to Balfour, the company that publishes the yearbook, books should arrive in early June. We have extended the ordering time …

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 …

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