The Board of Education named Jason Chevrier the next school superintendent on March 8. He is expected to start July 1. "I am truly honored," said Mr. Chevrier. "We have such talented faculty and staff who take good care of our kids. We've got a wonderful community that is so supportive of our schools. I look forward to continuing to help make sure our students have the best education possible." Read more. Posted 3/09/17.
Thank You to Our Facilities for Incredible Hard Work
Schodack CSD would like to again thank our Facilities Department for their hard work during the recent snowstorm. "Our Facilities staff deserves great credit for the incredible job they have done," said Superintendent Lee Bordick. Thank you! Posted 3/15/17.
Maple Hill High School had a graduation rate of 99% in 2016, the highest in the Capital Region according to figures released by the NYS Dept. of Education on Feb. 10. More than half (51%) of graduates received an Advanced Regents Diploma. "Congratulations to the administration, faculty and staff for making Schodack Schools one of the highest performing school districts in the Capital Region and State," said Interim Superintendent Lee Bordick. Posted 2/10/17.
Results of Lead Testing at Schodack Schools
Schodack CSD has received results for lead testing that was conducted at all three schools. There were no issues found with any of the schools' water fountains. Posted 12/22/16.
|Castleton Elementary School Parent Letter|
|Maple Hill Middle School Parent Letter|
|Maple Hill High School Parent Letter|
Parents Can Call District Office for Delays or Cancellations
Parents who would like to check if there is a delay or school closure due to weather can now call the District Office at 732-2297, option 2. A recorded message will alert parents if school is delayed or canceled. Posted 12/19/16.