March 16 update: Remote education and learning K-12

On Monday, March 16, the first day of the four-week cancelation of classes for Schuylerville CSD, all faculty and staff reported to the district to continue preparation for remote education and learning for students. The buildings will be open Tuesday, March 17 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for students to pick up learning packets. Packets will be provided to all grade K-5 students and only to grade 6-12 students without WiFi. During the on-campus visit, students should also retrieve items from classrooms and lockers, including iPads and iPadPros (grades 6-12.)

Schuylerville K-12 databases and subscription websites

Click here for login information that will provide families with 24/7 access to online teaching and learning resources that are regularly used in the classrooms.

  • ES Passcode: horses (all lowercase)
  • MS passcode: sms 
  • HS passcode: sville
Grades K-5 Families

A four-week educational packet will be provided for each student. As families enter the elementary school, they will be directed to their child’s classroom to pick up an educational packet. We encourage those who are unable to pick up a packet to make arrangements with a neighbor, friend, or family member. Students should plan to bring the completed packets back to school with them when school re-opens. 

Grades 6-12 Families

A four-week education plan will be provided by individual teachers through online/virtual means. Any student who does not have WiFi in the home will be provided hard copies of all materials. As students enter their respective building, they will be asked to sign-in so that we can account for the receipt of items. Individuals who are picking up materials and/or clearing out lockers for another student will be able to sign for that student. 


Teachers will be regularly communicating with students (K-12) and grading them (6-12) during the four-week at-home learning time period. We understand that at the K-5 level, the structure of remote education will come largely from parents. Please know, teachers will be consistently checking in with families via email and will be responsive to questions that may arise. A good flow of communication between teachers, students and families will be necessary to make this period of remote education as successful as possible. 

Support Services

Below are links to several resources for student support services that families can access and use at home.

Tech Support

Tech support will be available for students, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Please contact Jason Mehan and Erin Schambach in Computer Services at

While remote learning and education is uncharted territory for many, it also provides flexibility during these ever-changing times. Each day, at-home learning can take place when it is conducive for families and their children. Together, we will do our best to provide students enriched education opportunities at home during the next four weeks. Thank you for your continued support.

Dr. Ryan Sherman
Superintendent of Schools