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.

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 …

Parking permit information

Dear Parent/Guardian, This letter comes to you based on your child’s request for driving privileges at Schalmont High School. Please take a few minutes to read the attached “Regulations Regarding Student Use of Vehicles” and “Student Use Vehicle Contract” with your child. You will note, both you and your child must sign the contract. I …

Sign up for International Club trip to Costa Rica by 6/30

The International Club field trip to Costa Rica has been approved by the school board.  The deadline to sign up is June 30 and the group size has been limited to 22 students.  Sign up information is located in the High School main office or you can contact Shea Carr for more information.

Student literary magazine now digital!

This year, Sarah Mattice, English teacher and club advisor, worked with students to digitize Introspection, the Schalmont High School Literary Magazine, by blending art, writing, music, and video into a 21st-century flip book reading experience. Enjoy! Link to the Introspection 2019 Issue: http://online.fliphtml5.com/gdcbg/cxgz/ Link to our Archived Bookshelf Issues: http://fliphtml5.com/bookcase/qwvyl

Final exam schedule for June 17-25

Monday June 17 to Wednesday June 25 is our Final Exam/Regents testing period in the high school. Click here to view the schedule. Students should arrive 15 minutes prior to their exam and go directly to the cafeteria. Students will not be allowed to take their personal belongings, bags or cell phones into the testing area. We …

SUPA Economics class tours NYC

The Syracuse University Economics 203 class took a field trip to the financial district in New York City on Tuesday, May 21.  The class toured the New York Federal Reserve, visited Wall Street to see the New York Stock Exchange, Federal Hall and then went to Times Square and Bryant Park.

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