Capital Project

The East Greenbush CSD has proposed a $116 million capital project that, if approved by voters, would improve facilities and grounds at all seven schools at no additional cost to the local taxpayer. The proposed capital project will be a proposition on the School Budget Vote and Board Election ballot scheduled for Tuesday, May 21, 2024.

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Columbia High School celebrated its February/March Students of the Month last week. Each student winner was nominated by a teacher or staff member for various categories such as Academics and Citizenship. Congratulations!

Nico Heath SOMNico Heath (Grade 9)
Nominated by H. Koskykar for Citizenship

Jared VanWely SOMJared VanWely (Grade 9)
Nominated by B. Marsh for Academics

Chris Uttendorfer SOMChris Uttendorfer (Grade 10)
Nominated by J. Amos for Most Improved & Citizenship

Jackson Nuzzi SOMJackson Nuzzi (Grade 10)
Nominated by C. Kawczak & M. Macri for Citizenship

Jacob Allen SOMJacob Allen (Grade 11)
Nominated by M. Lynagh & M. Margielewski for Citizenship

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Michelina Rowny (Grade 11)

Nominated by CAP Staff for Most Improved

Teddy Howard SOMTeddy Howard (Grade 11)
Nominated by B. Freemantle for Academics & Citizenship

Tyler Terry SOMTyler Terry (Grade 12)
Nominated by S. Ferlazzo for Academics

Brandon Lang SOMBrandon Lang (Grade 12)
Nominated by T. Maney for Academics

Asunta Illenberg SOMAsunta Illenberg (Grade 12)
Nominated by T. Maney & C. Bayly for Academics