Students Enjoy Visit to MiSci

Students in Mr. Lybrand’s class celebrated the completion of their solar system unit with their first field trip to the Schenectady MiSci museum! Students watched a show in the planetarium, had a tour, and enjoyed some playtime. View more photos of science-filled fun.

Students Enjoy Nature Poetry Walk

Ms. Sinnott’s 8th grade classes enjoyed a Nature Poetry Walk before the recess, taking their learning outside on a spring day. Students browsed a collection of poems that were thematically connected to the play “The Diary of Anne Frank,” which they just finished reading. “Students read and responded to some poems and looked for connections …

Egg-Themed Activities Make Learning Fun

Before the Spring Recess, Jefferson Elementary students enjoyed egg-themed activities from searching for eggs filled with math questions to working in teams to find eggs with coins to practice counting money. Kindergartners in Mrs. LeRoy’s class enjoyed the nice weather to look for eggs.  Third graders in Ms. Wood’s class had fun reviewing for the …

International Club Takes 1st Trip in 2 Years

Safe travels to Schalmont High School’s International Club who left this past weekend for the club’s first trip in over two years! The Student Club is touring London and Paris over the Spring Recess. Enjoy!

Students Create Cardiovascular PSAs

High School students taking Human Biology created public service announcement as part of their lesson on the cardiovascular system. Watch them below. Great job! Hypertension Stroke Heart Valve Disease Aneurysm Atherosclerosis Heart Attack

Students Enjoy Spanish Immersion Day

Schalmont High School’s Spanish 4 class visited the University at Albany last week to participate in their Spanish Language Immersion Day and enjoyed activities including learning to tango. “They participated in team games, a scavenger hunt, a spelling bee and a lesson in tango dancing so they were able to put into practice all they …

2022-23 Budget: MS Continues Opportunities for Students

Schalmont Middle School looks to continue its efforts next year to connect with students and offer programs and opportunities based on their interests. “We’ll offer all the programs we offered this year, including the electives, clubs and activities,” said Principal Scott Ziomek. “We’ll also continue our focus on team building, community and what being a …

2022-2023 Budget: Preserving Programs & Investing in Support

For the second straight year, Schalmont’s 2022-2023 budget preserves opportunities and supports for students with no increase in the tax levy. School nurse support is also increased districtwide and Jefferson Elementary will add a second social worker to offer our youngest learners additional support. All student programs – including art, music, electives and extracurricular activities …

Student Musicians Excel at Majors

Congratulations to the Schalmont High School Concert Choir, Chorus and Wind Ensemble who excelled in the NYS School Music Association Majors! All three groups won silver medals for their performances, with the Concert Choir and Wind Ensemble performing at a Level 5 and the Chorus performing at a Level 3. “The Concert Choir and Chorus …

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