2023-24 Student Calendar

The general calendar for the 2023-24 academic year was adopted by the Guilderland Central School District Board of Education on January 31, 2023. Download a PDF copy of the 2023-24 academic general student calendar here. This calendar lists the following conference days and holidays: July 4, 2023: Holiday for Employees Sept. 4: Labor Day (Closed) …

All GCSD after school activities/events canceled for Wednesday, Jan. 25

Dear GCSD Families, Due to inclement weather, all late buses and after school activities are canceled for today, Jan. 25. Students will be dismissed at regular dismissal times. The DEI committee will still meet as scheduled. Please stay warm and stay safe. Thank you, Dr. Marie Wiles Superintendent of Schools

Dec. 21 update: rollover budget; DEI events; digital equity survey; holiday break

A message from Dr. Wiles: Dear GCSD Families, As we finish out the last few school days of 2022, Guilderland Central School District administrators and teachers have already begun work on the budget for the 2023-24 school year. Assistant Superintendent for Business Neil Sanders gave a presentation about the rollover budget at the Dec. 6 …

GHS Focus students participate in day of service

Friday, Nov. 18 was the annual day of service for students in the Guilderland High School Focus program. Traditionally held prior to Thanksgiving, this annual day of service provides students with the opportunity to acknowledge what they are grateful for while helping others in the community. Given the choice of lending a hand at the …

2023-24 school budget ThoughtExchange

The Guilderland Central School District is beginning to develop the budget for the 2023-24 school year and is seeking community input. It is critical to the budget development process to gather thoughts and opinions from various stakeholder groups so the district can formulate a first draft of the budget. To provide the Guilderland school community …

An important message to the school community

Dear GCSD Families, Today a walkout of approximately 100 students took place at Guilderland High School. This was in response to an incident that took place at a GHS football game on Friday, October 14, however the circumstances were a culminating moment for students, prompting the need for them to discuss discriminatory issues and injustices. …

Sept. 23 update: turf field; no school Mon., Sept. 26; multicultural calendar

A message from Superintendent Wiles: Dear GCSD Families, It’s hard to believe that we’re already three weeks into the new school year! I hope everyone’s year is off to a great start and that you are enjoying the newly crisp air that has come with the arrival of fall. Over the summer, Guilderland Central School …

Guilderland High School students awarded academic honors from College Board National Recognition Programs

Recently four Guilderland High School students were selected as College Board National Recognition Program awardees. The GHS students who earned awards are: Leanne Airhienbuwa, National African American Recognition Award (NAARA) Sadie Blattstein, National Hispanic Recognition Award (NHRA) Kwabena Frimpong, National African American Recognition Award (NAARA) Abigayle Tyson, National African American Recognition Award (NAARA) These students …

FMS Quick Guide is now available in several languages

In preparation for the 2022-23 school year, Farnsworth Middle School has released a Quick Guide to FMS. Designed to provide families with pertinent  information about the middle school, the Quick Guide is now available in eight languages, other than English. To view the FMS Quick Guide in several languages, click here.

GHS students explore the world at Cultural Fair

Winston Churchill once said “Diversity is the one true thing we all have in common. Celebrate it every day”. Guilderland High School did just that at last week’s Cultural Fair, sponsored by the school’s International Club. The school came together to celebrate and experience a wide range of cultures within its own community. Students worked …

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