Donald P. Sutherland Elementary School students got a sneak preview of next school year during Bump Up Day last week.
Bell Top Elementary School students received graduation certificates from their teachers on Friday at the 5th Grade Moving Up Ceremony in the school gym. Congratulations!
East Greenbush Central School District continues its push to offer college-level courses at Columbia High School as the Board of Education approved Advanced Studio Art through Russell Sage College at its public meeting on June 12. There are now 26 different courses for college credit available to Columbia students.
This summer, your assignment is to read at least one book of your choice. When you return to school this September, you will complete an assignment on this book in your English class.
Red Mill held its 5th annual Character Education Walk on June 14, starting with a school-wide assembly in the gym and then a walk around Hampton Manor Lake escorted by the Clinton Heights Fire Department and East Greenbush Police Department.
The next Board of Education meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 25 at 7:00 p.m. in the Central Administration Board Conference Room. All residents are invited to attend.
Genet Elementary School students played the parts of historical and contemporary figures such as Muhammad Ali, Paul Revere and Alex Morgan at the annual 4th Grade Interactive Wax Museum in the school gym last week.
Students and staff on the Genet 5th Grade Field Trip to Great Escape are returning to school earlier than planned due to rainy weather. They will be leaving the park shortly and estimated back at school at approximately 3:30 p.m. Because this is after regular dismissal, students will still need to be picked up from school as planned.
Do you love seeing Auggie at Bell Top Elementary School? Do you wish that you could take him everywhere you go? Well now you can! Bell Top’s PTO is selling new “Friend of Auggie” t-shirts with a picture of his adorable, fluffy face on them.
East Greenbush Central School District was recently informed by the New York State Education Department that all seven of its schools are in “Good Standing” in accordance with the state’s Every Student Succeeds Act plan. Additionally, Columbia High School was named a Recognition School for its high performance.