Seniors Present Epidemiology Research at SUNY
Several Maple Hill seniors shared the results of months of epidemiology research at the University at Albany's Health Science Campus on Feb. 15. Read more.
MHHS Use of Podcasts Featured in Publication
MHHS's use of podcasts to engage students in English classes was featured in On Board, a publication by NYS School Board Association. Read more. (Photo credit: NYSSBA).
Hands-On Learning Teaches 1st Graders Nanoscience
First graders are learning about nanoscience this year at no cost thanks to an opportunity initiated by the late Superintendent Bob Horan. Read more.
Students Raise Money for American Heart Association
Maple Hill Middle School students earned $875 for the American Heart Association through its Hoops for Heart event in December. Great job!
Middle School Students of the Month
Congratulations to Andrew Penn, April Jacobs and Grace Malone, Maple Hill Middle School's Students of the Month! Read more.
Students Excel at Science Olympiad
Congratulations to MHHS students Erik Burns and Brayden Renslow who finished fourth in the Optics Events at this year's Capital District Regional Science Olympiad.
Students Bowl Perfect Games
Congratulations to Austin Barden and Dylan Fletcher who each bowled perfect "300" games in a span of less than a week for the Maple Hill Bowling Team!
5th Graders Inspired by 7th Degree Black Belt
A karate teacher who earned a 7th degree black belt with only one leg inspired 5th graders on Feb. 8. "If I can do it, you can do it. It's just a matter of trying," said William Carpenter. Read more.
Graduate Visits School After Finishing Air Force Training
Maple Hill alumnus Trevor Dorward '16 enjoyed an up close tour of the Capital Project on Feb. 3 while visiting the High School. Mr. Dorward recently finished training with the U.S. Air Force and stopped to visit while back on leave before heading to North Carolina.
Superintendent Horan Honored by Senator Marchione
Senator Kathy Marchione honored Superintendent Bob Horan with a moving tribute on the Senate floor on Jan. 24. "Our superintendent Bob Horan was admired, respected, and loved, and is truly missed. We honor his legacy and his life in service to others," said Senator Marchione. Watch the video.