School officials frequently receive requests from a variety of community groups, as well as organizations outside of the school district’s boundaries to distribute information about events, activities and programs that may be of interest to district children and their families.
The district has a long-standing tradition of cooperating with community agencies and organizations and serves as a central hub of activity in the community, particularly as it relates to educational and recreational opportunities available to children. To that end, the district strives to assist in making students and parents aware of additional opportunities for growth and development.
Please submit announcements to the Schalmont Communications Office at email@example.com.
2019 Schalmont Sabres Youth Basketball Camp
(for boys & girls going into grades 4-8 for 2019-2020)
- July 15th—July 19th
- Grades 4-6: 8am-11am
- Grades 7-8: 12pm-3pm
The Schalmont Boys Basketball program is hosting its 6th annual summer basketball camp for players who will be going into grades 4-8 for the 2019-2020 school year. Players will be instructed by the Schalmont basketball staff along with current and former Schalmont players. The camp is intended to teach the fundamental skills and drills of basketball, and of course to have fun.
Completed information and payment are due by May 23rd. The fee for the week is $115, which includes individual and group instruction, insurance, Camp t-shirt, and Pizza party and games on Friday. For a family with two or more campers, the fee is $90 per participant. For families of 3 or more, the fee will be $250. Registration fee after 5/23 will be $135.
Camp Times: Grades 4-6: 8am-11am
Grades 7-8: 12pm-3pm
Checks can be made out to “Schalmont Basketball” and mailed or hand delivered, along with this form to:
Greg Loiacono, Boys Basketball Coach Schalmont High School 1 Sabre Drive Schenectady, NY 12306
Rotterdam United Soccer Club Spring Soccer – Coerver® First Skills Program
The Spring Soccer Program is a seven-week camp for children ages 4 to 10 years old with various ability levels. The program will utilize Coerver’s® first skills program to teach critical soccer skills and build a foundation that all young players need to be successful before they advance to organized, competitive team play. Instructors of this program will consist of Coerver® Personnel with the assistance of Rotterdam United Soccer Club Members (RUSC).
Session Dates and Times
Saturidays May 4 -June 22, 2019
(No Session Memorial Day Weekend)
Ages 4-5 – 9:30-10:30
Ages 6-10 – 10:30 – 11:30
Rotterdam United Soccer Club Fields 100 Princetown Road, Rotterdam, NV (Across from Rotterdam P.D.)
$75 per child (Includes T-Shirt)
Register at www.ruscny.org/spring