Global Foundries Manager Visits HS Science Classroom
To help MHHS students learn about careers available in science, Daniel Chumney, a Technical Program Manager for Global Foundries, spoke to students as part of the monthly Science Seminar Series. " Mr. Chumney spoke to students about his background in engineering and about the rapid changes coming in technology," said Teacher Kaitlin McGann.
Bob Horan's Family & Schodack Community Celebrate Capital Project
The family of Bob Horan and the Schodack community came together on Nov. 22 to celebrate the groundbreaking for the Capital Project that was his vision. "Mr. Horan was a champion for this project because he was a champion for students. For him, it was always about the students," said Principal Ron Agostinoni. Read more.
Kylie Salerno Finishes in Finals in State Swimming Championships
Congratulations to Kylie Salerno who represented Maple Hill at the New York State Swimming and Diving Championships at Ithaca College on Nov. 19. Kylie made the finals with a 1:00.9 in the 100 yard backstroke.
Bob Horan Honored as Outstanding NYS Superintendent
Superintendent Bob Horan was named Outstanding New York State Superintendent by the New York State Association for Computers and Technologies in Education at its conference on Nov. 20. Bob's family and several school administrators traveled to the conference in Rochester to accept the award. Read more.
AP Students Conduct Marine Research on Field Trip
Students in AP Biology and Environmental Science conducted real life research with a field trip to the Marine Research Facility at Stony Brook University on Long Island. Read more.
Senior Recognized in DAR Good Citizen Contest
Senior Noah Roberts earned 2nd place in the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen regional competition on Nov. 12. "Noah was selected by faculty and peers to represent Maple Hill," said Counselor Teresa Hebert. "He was commended for his outstanding academics, superior service to his community and insightful commentary as expressed in his essay on the topic of how good citizenship helps preserve our American heritage. Congratulations Noah!"
CES Students Interview Local Veterans
Fifth graders learned first-hand about the experiences and thoughts of veterans on Nov. 9 when four local veterans visited to answer the questions they had written. "These are great questions. Are you sure you're only 5th graders?" said Jim Gibbons. "If we can help you understand how lucky you are to have what you have, then we've done our job." More photos.
Gr. 5 Students Tour Gr. 7 Wall of Honor
Grade 5 students had an opportunity on Nov. 9 to see the Wall of Honor projects that 7th grade students made for this annual event which honors veterans and those who serve their community. More photos.