Green Meadow Named 2021 National Blue Ribbon School

Green Meadow Elementary School was named a 2021 National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education on Tuesday morning. The recognition is based on a school’s overall academic performance. Green Meadow is one of only 325 schools in the country, including one of 19 schools in New York to receive the 2021 National Blue Ribbon School award. Congratulations to Green Meadow students, teachers, staff and families!

Opening Plan | COVID-19 Updates | Return to School After Illness Form | Find a COVID-19 Vaccine

Select Page
Red Mill teachers Sarah Flannery and Brittany Slagen with students Kindle Young and Elizabeth Durphy at the Ronald McDonald House in Albany.

Red Mill teachers Sarah Flannery and Brittany Slagen with students Kindle Young and Elizabeth Durfee at the Ronald McDonald House in Albany.

Red Mill students put their reading skills to good work, raising $3,586 for the Ronald McDonald House in Albany. About 60 students from grades K-5 participated in the Read for Ronald McDonald House Program by securing sponsorships and donations.

The money was donated to the Ronald McDonald House, which provides a home away from home, free of charge, for families with children who are terminally ill or facing life-threatening challenges.

Red Mill teachers Sarah Flannery and Brittany Slagen attended a reception with 4th grade students Kindle Young and Elizabeth Durfee at the Ronald McDonald House on May 17.

“It was truly a great experience to see so many children getting involved to help other children who are ill,” Mrs. Slagen said.  The kids can understand the need and importance for families to be able to stay close to one another during such a difficult time.”