Classes are underway at Schalmont High School. Here's a look at some of the activities that go on here.
Students from RPI recently came to Schalmont to share a-hands on activity that related to drag force, the future of light, and thermoelectric devices. learn more
The Principles of Engineering class went to RPI on Dec. 2 to participate in the STEM day, where they participated in labs and projects. learn more
Renee Dearstyne, Madyson Mulyca, and Madeline Dunn have been selected to attend the prestigious New York State School Music Association’s All-State Conference on Dec. 1. learn more about the conference
The Class of 2020 is hosting a Schalmont Holiday Party at Glennpeter’s Diamond Centre on Central Avenue as a fundraising event on Monday, Dec. 12 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Admission is $10. find out more about the event
Congratulations to Schalmont High School Science Teacher Becky Remis, who received the prestigious honor of being named a Science Teachers Association of New York State (STANYS) Fellow. learn more about the honor
When winter weather arrives, the Schalmont Central School District has established criteria for deciding whether to close school for the day, cancel afternoon and evening activities, or dismiss students earlier than normal. Learn more about the process
The civil engineer class recently completed a project in which they designed playhouses for staff. learn more
Amanda Earls will bring Flo Owens to life next week, as the Schalmont Drama Club presents “Picnic,” the play written by William Inge. Earls, 17, a senior who lives in Rotterdam, is ready for the challenge. read Gazette article
“We are pleased that this round of testing is conclusive with our initial results, and once again, showed no issues in the overwhelming majority of water outlets in our schools, including all water fountains used by students on a regular basis,” said Superintendent Dr. Carol Pallas. learn more about the test results
Schalmont High School and Middle School, in conjunction with the Rotterdam Police Department, has just conducted the first of four state-mandated lockdown drills for the 2016-2017 school year. learn more about the drill
Laurie Greisler, a Global Foundries Protocol Shift Leader, came to Schalmont High School today to talk to Lynn Gemmiti’s physics class. read story
View the album of Homecoming game and the Marching Sabres halftime show photos.
Thank you, Joseph Capovani for sharing photos of the Powder Puff game! View the album
Schalmont held Homecoming 2016 on Oct. 7. view a photo gallery
Renovations would lead to the creation of a secure vestibule entrance at the high school and create a "one-stop-shop" for most visitors. It would also create a new Learning Commons area for students and staff. read more
The Schalmont Board of Education unanimously agreed to move forward with a capital project estimated at just under $14 million dollars at the board meeting Sept. 26, which will be put up for a vote by residents on Wednesday, Dec. 14 from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. in the new gym lobby. read more about the project i View details of project scope
More than 90 colleges representatives filled both the new and old high school gyms Sept. 26 as part of the largest College Fair the district has hosted. Students in grades 10-12 were able to talk to college and university reps and get more information about perspective schools and degrees. view gallery
The annual Schalmont Club Fair was held last week to give freshmen a chance to check out all the opportunities to get involved and be a part of their new school. view gallery
If you are a junior or senior iterested in applying for the Schalmont chapter of National Honor Society, Download the application.
Following is a fall back to school letter from Schalmont Superintendent of School Dr. Carol Pallas. letter (pdf)
High temperatures and rain storms were no match for the Marching Sabres during band camp. view album
Parents: All students entering 7th and 12th grade must have the meningococcal vaccine. Without it, they can’t start school. Review the required vaccinations.