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MAY 25:  NO SCHOOL, MEMORIAL DAY

 
Laurence T. Spring, Superintendent
108 Education Drive, Schenectady, NY  12303  |  Ph:  518.370.8100
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DON'T MISS THIS!
Schenectady High School students install artwork in community
Next exhibit June 2 - 6 at City Hall
 
 CLICK ON ON THUMBNAIL TO VIEW LARGER                                                         More Here
 

MEET THE TEACHER:
   Dave Gleason
Music Teacher and Conductor at Schenectady High School
 
See More "Meet the Teacher" Videos Here
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
News
Congratulations
Ten Schenectady students won awards in the annual Student Gazette competition.  Their work was featured in a special insert on May 22. 
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Winning Opinion piece,  "My school may not be perfect, but it's no failure," was written by SCSD junior Aleda Kirstein.
 
MAY 21 2015
SHS National Honor  Society
was recently honored by Northern Rivers Family Services and GE Learn how these Schenectady High School students continue to give back to the community.  Watch Video
 
DON'T MISS THIS!
Schenectady High School students install artwork in community  Next exhibit June 2 - 6 at City Hall
 
MAY 20 2015
Middle school students get tips from MP graduate, now author  Students stay after school to attend workshop and chat
 
MAY 19 2015
Budget passes
Thank you to Schenectady residents. 
Budget passed 548-181.  Congratulations to Mark Snyder and John Foley who were elected to the Board of Education.  Information on the 2015-2015 Budget is available here.
 
First Book brings thousands of books to Central Park students Wednesday  Students select books to take home
 
Mont Pleasant Middle School Cultural Fusion & Literacy Night Photo Gallery
 
More School Stories & News

REDISTRICTING
REDISTRICTING:  BOARD OF EDUCATION APPROVES OPTION III



Redistricting Information
 
Reminders
Schenectady Patriots Individual Skills Basketball Camp
July 6-10 at Schenectady High School
Open to students in grades 3-11
Flyer
Community Track Use May Schedule
Pre-K Lottery will take place on May 27
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY
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Volunteers are Needed
for the "Reading is Fun Program"

Learn how you can make a difference
2014-2015 School Year
Process for determining when to close or delay school
Calendar Snapshot   
Sports Information
School Supply Lists
Code of Conduct
All Information
COMMUNITY EVENTS
15 Love Summer Tennis Program
Programs for children 4 - 18 years old
June 29 - August 13
Flyer
 
Sch'dy Belmont Pop Warner
Important Information, Registration & More
 
YMCA Programs  & Registration
Summer Camp, Grades K-5
Swim Team, Ages 6-18
Flyer
 
Girls Inc. & National Grid present
Schenectady Summer Fun 2015
Girls in Grades K-8
4-Week Summer Program
Flyer
 
Volunteers are Needed
for the "Reading is Fun Program"
Learn how you can make a difference
 
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 News and Notes:   May 7    February 3 
                                      

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UPCOMING
BOARD OF EDUCATION

MEETINGS
May 20
Board of Education Meeting

The following was presented at the May 20 meeting:  3rd Quarter Academic Report

The Board of Education approved the
2015-2016 Calendar
 
June 3
Board of Education Meeting
7 p.m.
Schenectady High School Cafeteria
   
A D V O C A C Y
INEQUITIES IN STATE AID
Stand up for Education:  Demand equitable school funding
    << CLICK HERE TO OPEN FACT SHEET

The Issues

Write a letter to your legislators

Organze a letter-writing campaign

Schedule a meeting with legislators

Use Social Media

Use Mass Media

Rallying and Lobbying

     
Did you know?  
A minority-as-majority district is
three times more likely to be underfunded
than a predominantly white distric
t.

Civil Rights Complaint
Complaint under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Equal Educational Opportunities Act of 1974
 
JULY 2014
Civil Rights Complaint

now
in the hands of U.S. Department of Justice
 
DECEMBER 02 2014
U.S. Dept. of Education Office for Civil Rights will investigate SCSD claim of school funding discrimination  More
DAILY GAZETTE   AUGUST 24 2014
LARRY SPRING OPINION EDITORIAL
School aid formula still discriminates

Advocate for our children

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SCSD Education Foundation


 
Home Ownership Made Easy in Schenectady
Schenectady Teacher Center

2013-2014 Contract for Excellence
Public Hearing was held August 28, 2013
 
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dedicated to excellence in teaching and learning, equity, engagement and efficiency.
 
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