The Wynantskill UFSD District-Wide Safety Plan for 2022-2023 is available for public comments. Continue reading
Read the summer edition of the Royal Rumble here.
Please find the athletics update from Athletic Director Daniel DiSotto below.
Please join us for the Kindergarten Celebration on Wednesday, June 22nd at 9:15am.
The Wynantskill UFSD learned of 1 positive COVID cases this week. This includes 1 middle school student. Please monitor your children for any symptoms of COVID-19 and report any absences and positive COVID-19 test results to our school nurse Tricia Gibbs at 518-283-4600.
As a reminder, the school district has moved to a weekly notification email to parents and guardians (rather than sending emails as cases happen). Families of children identified as a close contact at school will continue to receive a phone call from school personnel, consistent with what we have done throughout the pandemic.
Thank you all for your continued support and ongoing efforts to keep Wynantskill UFSD safe and healthy. Please do not hesitate to reach out to me directly with any questions or concerns.
Dr. Mary Yodis
Wynantskill UFSD Superintendent
**NEW DATE AND TIME**
Our incoming 6th and 7th Grade Orientation will now be held in person in the gym on June 21st
Incoming 7th-grade families from 5:00-6:00
Incoming 6th-grade families from 6:00-7:00
Check out the second issue of Royal Moments.
Join us on Friday, June 3rd for a night of fun, and performances by our talented students!
It is with a heavy heart that we send this message this morning regarding the horrific tragedy that took place yesterday in Uvalde Texas. Wynantskill UFSD sends their love and prayers to the staff, students and families at Robb Elementary School.
We opened school today as we do each day, with a smile and warm hello for each student. Classroom teachers will be prepared to address the class should students ask questions but will not intentionally start a discussion. Out of respect for each family, we will not engage in deep discussions but will respond with the acknowledgement of the tragedy and reassurance that they are safe at school. We will remind them of the close working relationships we have with the North Greenbush Police and how they help us become stronger when it comes to safety protocols and procedures.
We did have a scheduled lockdown drill today with the NGPD that we pushed off until June so as not to give anyone additional upset and angst. The NGPD was here first thing in the morning and we appreciate all they do to make sure we are safe and a top priority.
Our school psychologist, school counselor, and social worker are on standby today for any staff members or students who may need support. Please also let us know if your child is struggling in any way from your perspective and may need extra attention from us.
Attached are some resources should you like them to continue discussions with your child and family.
Thank you for your support and dedication to our school community.