COVID-19 Updates and Information

Starting Monday, May 10, 6th grade students can report to school four days a week. A Day and B Day students in 6th Grade would learn at school on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Live Virtual Wednesdays will remain in place. The Full Remote program will still be available to families who choose that option. Grades 7-12 will maintain the current hybrid schedule and all instruction provided to students on remote learning days will include live virtual instruction. 

Daily COVID-19 Screening Form | COVID-19 Updates | Find a COVID Testing Site | COVID Forms | Reopening Plans

Select Page
Family Values drawing

Drawing titled “Family Values” by Lillia Walsh received an Honorable Mention at the annual High School Regional art show on Tuesday evening.

Seven Columbia High School students had their artwork accepted to the annual High School Regional exhibition at the Opalka Gallery in Albany. This year, 24 districts submitted more than 500 artworks. Ultimately, 108 works by 97 artists from 22 schools were selected by a jury of local artists: Rachel Baxter, Melinda McDaniel, and Jordan Nathaniel White.

The Opalka Gallery, which has been closed to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic, held a virtual awards ceremony and reception on Tuesday evening. During the ceremony, Columbia senior Lillia Walsh’s drawing “Family Values” received an Honorable Mention.

Congratulations to the following students!

  • David Adadjo
  • Amanda Craven
  • Isabella Dupont
  • Noelle Maloney
  • Emma Slawson
  • Lillia Walsh
  • Tyler Williams