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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Four Columbia High School seniors competed in this weekend’s Junior Science and Humanities Symposium at Burnt-Hills Ballston Lake High School. The competitors included Nicholas Pugliese in Physical Sciences, Laney Broglio in Environmental Science, and Harini Conji and Alaina Marino who competed in Medical Sciences 2.

A special congratulations to Ms. Broglio for placing 3rd in her topic and Ms. Marino for placing 2nd. Additionally, Ms. Marino has been invited to present her work as a poster in the NYS Junior Science and Humanities Symposium.

Junior Science and Humanities Symposium

  • Laney Broglio – “The Impact of Soil Content and Human Traffic on the Growth of Oriental Bittersweet (Celastrus orbiculatus)”
  • Harini Conji – “The Correlation of Family Structure on Adolescent Obesity”
  • Alaina Marino – “An Analysis of Microbial Pathways in Crohn’s Disease Patients with Severe Symptoms vs Non-Severe Symptoms”
  • Nicolas Pugliese – “Determining the Properties of Potentially Habitable Exoplanets Discovered by the TESS Mission”