After careful consideration and in the interest of ensuring a positive experience for all families, the district has decided to permit students to wear stoles for their intended branch of the military at our graduation ceremony. Joining our country’s armed forces is a selfless, courageous and patriotic path to choose, and one that deserves to be celebrated
Green Meadow fifth graders were celebrated by teachers, staff and family members at their Moving Up Ceremony on Wednesday morning as they received graduation certificates and officially completed elementary school.
Three Bell Top Elementary School alumni were inducted into to the Bell Ringers Hall of Fame on Monday.
Fifth graders at Citizen Edmond Genet Elementary School received their graduation certificates from Principal Ana Yeomans, walked across the stage and took a bow on Wednesday, completing their elementary school careers.
A group of 15 students in Columbia High School’s Operation Graduation program were celebrated at a special ceremony in the auditorium on Thursday afternoon, not only for earning their diplomas, but for overcoming obstacles along the way.
Red Mill Elementary School’s fifth graders walked across the stage and received their graduation certificates at Wednesday’s Moving Up Ceremony.
The graduating fifth graders of Donald P. Sutherland Elementary School are sure to remember the school on the hill.
Genet kindergarten classes visited the Tech Valley Center of Gravity in Troy this month for a culminating field trip.
Students closed one eye and tilted their heads up toward the sky, looking into their homemade kaleidoscopes and witnessing beautiful colors and designs.
Goff Field Day included a Color Run, kickball and other fun games behind school on Wednesday.