Here is a list of 2019-20 school supply lists.
To help encourage students to read over the summer, children read to therapy dogs July 31 at Gardner-Dickinson School.
Teacher Lauren Curran organizes the event each summer with help from the Schenectady Chapter of Therapy Dogs International.
The second event will be held Wednesday, Aug. 21 from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.
Thank you Mrs. Curran for putting together this wonderful event!
To help ensure children have a healthy summer, the USDA’s Summer Food Services Program connects families with free meals while school is out.
Click here to find local organizations participating in this program or text “Summer Meals” to 97779.
“Students who have been using MobyMax on a weekly basis are marking great progress. Those who participate this summer can also earn bees or SWAG awards,” said Mr. Mesh.
North Greenbush Public Library Director Mary Klimack spoke to students June 17 about the library’s Summer Reading Program.
The program starts July 1 with the goal of keeping children’s brains active and ready to learn. There are programs for three age groups: early readers, tweens and teens.
Below is a list of teaching assignments for 2019-20, including some changes.
While specific teacher requests can not be accommodated, please contact Superintendent Dr. Thomas Reardon with any questions.
- Jacquelyn Glaz
- Jennifer Kelleher
- Kaelyn Madelone
- Jamie O’Brien
- Gina Mahoney
- Keli Pautler
- Lauren Curran
- Bethany Wallace
- Kristin Gilooly
- Kathleen Cronin
- Daniel DiSotto
- Laura Horacek
- Samantha Swart
- Karin Carmody
Seventh/Eighth Grade Team
- Matthew Lutz – Social Studies/Technology
- Rebecca Delaney – English Language Arts
- Martha Ryan – Science
- Therese Bucher – Math
- Lisa Hancock – Foreign Language/FACS
- Peter Mesh – Math
- Timothy Flannery – Math
- Judith Dutton – Reading
- Katie Sheehan – Reading