The Schenectady Light Opera Company awarded the high school drama club third place for their outstanding high school production of Hairspray this school year and six actors were nominated as outstanding performers. Photo by SHS senior Mike Schaeffer. learn more
Voters passed a $45,797,561 budget proposal for the 2015-16 school year by approximately 67 percent with a vote of 429 to 205. Residents also approved a bus proposition by a vote of 435 to 199. In the board election, Gregory Campoli (477) was re-elected to a three-year term along with newcomer Joseph Amoroso (462). Amelia Hallam (457), who has been filling a board vacancy since August 2014, was elected to a one year seat on the board. learn more
A group of Schalmont middle and high schools students were honored by the Schenectady County Human Rights Commission this spring for helping to bring diversity and a positive environment to their schools. learn more
Schalmont High School conducted a relocation drill on Friday, May 15, which involved students moving to an outside location on school property. This is the first time in several years that a relocation drill has been performed. For purposes of this first-time drill, students were only relocated on school property - not transported to an alternate site. learn more
Congratulations to Schalmont High School students who made the honor roll for the third quarter of the 2014-15 school year. honor rolls
Were you seen at the Schalmont Junior Prom walk-in at Malozzi's in Rotterdam on Friday, May 8? Times Union photo gallery
It is with profound sadness that school officials inform the community that one of our 10th grade students passed away this weekend from injuries sustained in a car accident. Our condolences and thoughts go out to the family and friends of our student. read parent letter (pdf) | grief resources | GoFundMeCampaign | May 16 Fundraising event [PDF]
The weight room will be open this summer for Schalmont athletes on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. beginning July 7 through August 13. The weight room is located in the high school building near the new gym.
Sports physicals will be given at the Schalmont Middle School health office at 10 a.m. on June 22. Any student in high school or middle school needing a physical must sign up with their school nurse before June 18.
The monthly school menu is now available online for Schalmont High. may menu (pdf)
The Schalmont Board of Education has adopted new policies regarding use of technology in school and bringing your own devices into school buildings. view policy (pdf)
Two of Schalmont High School's top athletes signed their letter of intent to attend and play at colleges next fall. Amanda LaBelle has earned a Bowling scholarship at Indiana Tech and Allison Hutchins a Swimming scholarship at the University of Tampa. learn more
Schalmont High School is changing its post test exam schedule this spring. learn more (pdf)
With the arrival of warmer spring weather, we would like to encourage you to take some time now to review the dress code with your children. Students and their parents have the primary responsibility for acceptable student dress and appearance. Students who violate the student dress code will be asked to modify their appearance in school by covering or removing the offending item. Parents may also be notified so that arrangements can be made to correct the situation. Any student who refuses to modify their appearance shall be subject to disciplinary action. Please pay special attention to the guidelines about apparel that is determined to be revealing or inappropriate. Clothing that exposes a student’s midriff is not allowed. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact High School Associate Principal Jackie Gordon at 355-6110 ext. 3001 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you in advance for your cooperation! Dress code guidelines [PDF]
Making clouds, studying fingerprints and examining old skeletons were among the many fun and exciting science experiments offered to fourth-graders as part of a unique enrichment offering in March. Photo gallery
Although the weather might indicate otherwise, spring is finally here! Get a jump-start on your spring planting, by ordering flower bulbs through the Class of 2017's online fundraiser. Items will be shipped directly to your house! visit the online fundraiser
The New York State Public High School Athletic Association has recognized five winter sports teams for their classroom success—boys and girls' basketball, boys and girls' indoor track and field, and girls' bowling. To qualify, a specific number of athletes on each roster (the number varies by sport) must have a class average of 90 or above.
Congratulations to the boys and girls' bowling teams on having a great season, including Schalmont senior Amanda LaBelle who was recognized as All-Star First Team MVP. Summary of boys' season [PDF] | Summary of girls' season [PDF]
Congratulations to Schalmont student Dalton Cooke who took first place for culinary arts at the SkillsUSA competition March 18. He will advance to the state competition in Syracuse next month. Way to go Mellissa LaCasse (third place, prepared speech) and Sean Makara (fifth place, internetworking)! learn more
In January, the New York State Board of Regents approved a strategic plan to enhance science instruction for students in grades K-12. learn more
Progress reports for Schalmont High School students are now available online through the Eschool Parent Portal. Please remember that progress reports are no longer mailed home. This change became effective with students' second quarter progress reports. If you have any questions on how to use the Parent Portal system, please contact Anthony Cassale at 355-6110, ext. 3029 or email@example.com. learn more about the portal
Schalmont High School senior Amanda LaBelle was recently recognized on WNYT as the Capital Region Orthopaedics Athlete of the Week. watch video
Members of Schalmont's Tri- M Honor Society joined their peers at Mohonasen to share ideas and learn more about the field of music. learn more
Please remember that only school buses are allowed in the middle/high school traffic circle between the hours of 7-8 a.m. and 2-3 p.m. Passenger vehicles are not permitted to enter the area during that time, as well as any other time the red light may be flashing. To drop-off or pick-up students, please proceed to the middle school parking lot for fifth- through eighth-graders and the high school new gym (located at the rear of the building) for ninth- through twelfth-graders. Thank you for your cooperation.