Elementary summer reading titles

Elementary Summer Reading  Suggested titles for students in Kindergarten & Grade 1 Non-fiction titles Gravel, Elise. The fly.  Introduces the reader to flies, including several of the different species, how they live and reproduce, and their important role in the Earth’s ecosystems. Kaiser, Lisbeth. Maya Angelou. Looks at the life of African-American writer, performer, and …

2019-20 budget approved by voters; revised capital project passed

Thank you for your support! On Tuesday, May 21, Guilderland Central School District residents approved a $102,107,375 budget for the 2019-20 school year by a vote of 2705 (yes) to 1414 (no). This budget represents a 1.17% increase in spending over the current year’s budget and will result in a 1.44% tax levy increase. Voters …

A Message from the Superintendent

Dear Parents, Guardians and Community Members, This afternoon, local police confirmed that a Westmere student was among the victims of yesterday’s tragic event on Schoolhouse Road in the Town of Guilderland. The Guilderland Central School District community is stunned and saddened over this news and we are all grieving this loss of life. In times …

Guilderland Sings! Choral Festival; concert set for May 22

On Wednesday, May 22, the GCSD is proud to host the annual spring music festival. This year,  the festival will feature the students of the Guilderland Choral Program in a combined concert performance with students from grades 5–12. This will be the culmination of a three day residency with Dr. José Daniel Flores-Caraballo, Choral Director …

GCSD goes solar; cutting carbon footprint in half and saving taxpayers millions

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Wednesday morning at the district’s new solar farm, located on Becker Road in Altamont. Members of the Guilderland Central School District, along with students, Board of Education members, and community members gathered to celebrate the 22-acre solar site built by ForeFront Power. The solar farm is expected to produce 3.3 …

Board of Education candidates

Voters will select three board members to fill three 3-year terms. These positions are unpaid. Candidates are listed below in the order they will appear on the election ballot.  KELLY PERSON is seeking her first term on the board. Person is an Inspector General, Director of Complaint Resolution at the New York Air National Guard’s …

Voters to decide on $939,400 bus purchase proposition

A separate proposition will appear on the May 21 ballot to replace aging school buses at a total cost of $939,400. The purchase would include six 66-passenger buses, one 60-passenger bus with chains, one 35-passenger bus with air conditioning, and one 12-passenger bus with 3 wheelchair stations and air conditioning. The new buses will replace …

May High School menu

May Wednesday, May 1 Stuffed Crust Pizza (2 Protein & 2 Starch) or Sweet & Sour Meatballs Served over Egg Noodles (2 ½ Protein & 2 Starch) ½ c Vegetables (may take 2) Fresh Baby Carrots Fresh Celery Sticks Steamed Broccoli ½ c Fruit (may take 2) Fresh Apple Homemade Chunky Applesauce 3 Asst. Canned/Frozen …

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