Students from the Columbia Orchestra Program were invited to perform at the State Education Department in Albany earlier this month for a Service Award Ceremony.
The Columbia High School Guidance Office is offering beautiful prom dresses to students for free. There are many colors, sizes and styles to choose from and they will go fast. If you are interested, please go to the Guidance Office on Thursday, January 30 or Friday, January 31 to try on and select your favorite.
Columbia High School students now have the opportunity to earn a Seal of Biliteracy on their diploma, indicating that they are proficient in both English and another language. The Seal of Biliteracy was approved for the East Greenbush Central School District by the New York State Education Department in December.
Nine Tedeschi ’20 won Columbia High School’s 6th annual Poetry Slam on Friday evening in the school library. In all, eight students participated in the event by delivering original poems.
Columbia High School students in the Participation in Government class acted as state legislators on January 9, proposing bills to classmates during presentations and then lobbying for votes.
The Genet Elementary School Library received 37 free books to add to its collection on Friday courtesy of the Library of Congress and Congressman Paul Tonko.