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Grades 3-5 will return for full time in-person learning starting Monday, April 26, which will fully reopen all elementary schools. The K-12 Full Remote program will still be available to families who choose that option. Due to state regulations, Columbia and Goff will remain in the Hybrid Model at this time. The East Greenbush CSD will continue to evaluate options for Columbia and Goff students to receive increased in-person learning at 6 feet social distancing where possible.

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Student processional at graduationEast Greenbush Central School District’s four-year graduation rate remained at 95% in 2018, giving it the second highest graduation rate of all school districts in the Capital Region, according to NYS Education Department data released on Wednesday.

“We continue to be proud of the exceptional accomplishments of our students, teachers, administrators and support staff,” said Superintendent Jeff Simons. “The positive vision of our Board of Education and the strong level of community support we receive from our families enables our educators to continue to help our students soar.”

The District continues to outperform the rest of the state by a large margin, which had a 80.4% graduation rate in 2018.

Other bright spots for East Greenbush CSD included an increase in Regents Diplomas with Advanced Designation (more students graduated with at least 22 units of credits, passed between 7-9 NYS Regents’ exams and completed an advanced sequence in a language other than English, CTE or the Arts) and students with disabilities had an 87% graduation rate (5 point improvement from previous year).

Visit the NYS Education Department website to view this data.
 

Graduation Rates for East Greenbush Central School District

YearEast Greenbush CSDState Average
20189580
20179580
20169180
20159378
20149276
20138975