Superintendent Suttmeier issued the following update on the District’s plan regarding the ongoing public health crisis. UPDATED at 10 p.m. on March 14, 2020
All Columbia County superintendents jointly issued a letter regarding the cancellation of many school and non-school events in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19. Read it here.
Letter from Superintendent Suttmeier: I wanted to take a few moments to write a letter to you about the coronavirus (COVID-19) and share information about what we are doing to help keep our students and staff safe.
Did you know your responses to the census impact how much of the $675 billion in federal funds are given to our community, our school district and our students over the next decade? You might not have thought much about the census in the past but participating in it is more important than you may realize.
The District Office and Board of Education have been busy reflecting on the past, reviewing data and making decisions about what our future will look like.
Boards of Education are the foundations of our public schools in New York State. They govern, guide policy, identify district goals, monitor fiscal matters, approve staff appointments, contracts and more. Here’s what else you should know about school boards.