Class of 2024 Important Dates

The following is an overview of events that may take place during Senior year. Please keep a look out for communication throughout the year from Schalmont to keep up with all that is due. We are looking forward to a great year with the Class of 2024! December Younger year pictures due to Class Historian …

MS PIT Crew Shares Letter

Dear Middle School Families, The PIT (Partnership, Involvement, Teamwork) Team has been hard at work brainstorming and planning for upcoming activities bringing home and school together! Some of the events being planned for include: BINGO Night/Ice Cream Social Rollarama Skating Event Mohawks Baseball Game The next PIT Crew Meeting will be Thursday, January 11 at …

BOE Meeting Summary

The Board of Education met December 11 for its regular meeting. Here is a summary. Principal Joby Gifford, Assistant Principal Aileen Ryan, Teacher Sue DiCaprio and Social Worker Sara O’Brien presented on Jefferson Elementary’s collective work to reimagine the school’s social-emotional curriculum. Thank you to a group of Jefferson students who helped! The presentation is …

Robbie Stubbs Is All-Time Points Leader

Congratulations to junior Robbie Stubbs who is now Schalmont’s all-time points leader for the Storm Hockey team! Robbie, who is a team captain, surpassed Mike Farina for a record 22nd point in a game against Shenendehowa on Saturday. Congratulations! #schalmontpride

Team Building & Peer Mediation at MS

Team building and peer mediation training took center stage during a recent peer leadership field trip for our Middle School students. “Students participated in a variety of activities to help expand their communication and listening skills for conflict resolution,” explained School Counselor Mrs. Romano. More photos

Students Lead Hanukkah Presentation

Fifth graders in Ms. Scotti’s class had a wonderful experience with a student-led presentation on Hanukkah Thursday. The lesson was part of a classroom exploration of diverse celebrations around the world. In honor of the first day of Hanukkah, students delved into the traditions and enjoyed playing the dreidel game. Great job, students!

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