Congratulations to Meagan Behan and Lowell Wilsey, who were recognized by the Science Department as Students of the Month for November!
Archive for November, 2018
To help us meet new Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) requirements, our district is looking for information about participation in the New York State 3-8 assessments, both past and future. To help us, please fill out this quick, anonymous survey. Thanks, in advance, for your valuable input!
With the winter weather picking up, we want to remind the school community about our closing/delay communication process and procedures. When school must be closed, released early, or be delayed opening, for any reason, the official announcement will be sent via School Messenger and will be posted on our District Facebook page and website. Guardians are signed up for this […]
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It isn’t news to anyone that the weather this winter has been downright frigid! At this time of year, it is a good idea to talk to children about cold weather safety. Extra care is needed, especially in younger children, to be sure that frostbite does not occur. Please take note of the following […]
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All 8th-grade students that have completed the 1:1 Chromebook-Use Agreement form will get their Chromebooks during their technology class today. This year, we changed up the devices to the HP 11 G6 EE Touch models with newly designed always-on cases. We are very excited for our eighth graders to try them out! If you have […]
With the assistance of New York State Police and the Otsego County Sheriff’s Department, our district conducted announced lockdown drills in the Elementary and Junior-Senior High School buildings this morning, Friday, November 2. These drills are mandated safety drills by the New York State Department of Education. In accordance with state regulations, there will be […]
Whether it’s kids twirling fidget spinners or eating Tide pods, there is never a dull moment in the world of parenting. Trends seem to spring from nowhere. Of course some of these trends, like popping a Tide pod in your mouth, aren’t as innocent as others. We’ve come a long way from when Motley Crue […]