Distance Learning Regents Review Schedule

Please remember to call the guidance office at 518-355-9200, ext. 3047, to sign up for classes. Click here to view the offerings and schedule.

Jefferson Elementary supply lists available

Click on the links below to view or download the supply lists: Barner Benkoski Couse  DiPiazza Dvorscak/Madej Fiske Grade 4 Hunt King Kinns Knapik Kovel Laribee LeRoy Melchior Miller Moore O’Rourke Pink Pushee Reilly Schiavo Scotti Wood

JES to hold orientations on August 21 and 29

Dear Parents and Students, Welcome to Jefferson Elementary School!  In order for families to become familiar with their new school, we have established two orientation dates.  The orientation will last approximately 45 minutes. During our orientation, I will provide you with information regarding Jefferson.  We will also take a tour of the building. All tours …

JES 2019-20 Summer Events

Summer School Special Education-  July 8th- August 16th Hours: 8:30- 12:00 Jumpstart Program July 15th- 26th (No Friday classes) Hours: 8:30- 12 Camp Invention July 8th-12th  Hours: (8- 2:30) Rotterdam Youth Summer Program July 8th- August 16th Hours: 8:30- 11:15 Tech Trep Camp July 29th- August 2nd  Hours:  10:00- 11:00AM

Grades 5-8 supply lists available

Click on the links below to view or download the supply list: Grade 5 Grade 6 Grade 6 Special Area Grade 7 Grade 7 Special Area Grade 8 Grade 8 Special Area Mrs. Lybrand’s list

District Summer Hours

Summer Hours 2019 School Offices For the months of July and August the Schalmont School’s office hours will be 8am – 2pm Monday through Thursday at Jefferson, the MS and HS. Students and families needing working papers, answers to scheduling questions, transcripts or other general inquiries should call or visit during those hours.  The District Office hours are the same as …

Go fly a kite!

For the last quarter of Mrs. Van Dyk’s math class, 7th graders were working on a geometry unit that focused on triangles, angle measurements and surface area.  At the end of the unit, the students were able to fly their “Tetrahedral Kites” that had taken a few weeks to research and build! See more photos …

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