In an effort to improve communications the district has created this format to provide people with a place to get answers to questions and to address rumors and inaccurate information that sometimes circulates through the community.

NOT ALL QUESTIONS WILL BE ANSWERED. For individual or private concerns, you should contact the school or district office by phone. We will not answer comments about specific individuals by name.

Questions are e-mailed to the district’s public information office. The PI Officer determines who could best answer the question and directs the question to that person. Once the PIO receives the answer it is posted.

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Latest Grapevine Posts:

  • Why is graduation a week earlier than anticipated?

    A. Per the Executive Order school was held during what would have been normally scheduled for Good Friday and Spring Break, a total of 6 days. Consequently,  the end of the year was reduced by 6 days. Students attended the same number of days as originally planned.

  • How can I get a copy of my school tax receipt?

    A. From there on the right side “look up tax bill.” You can use your last name OR street name to search. Or you can email and she can mail it out next time she is in the office.

  • In response to questions about Coronavirus – COVID-19

    A.  If, or when, we are notified by the Department of Health that there is a confirmed case of a staff member or student in our schools. We will notify the community. We will not notify based on rumor or self quarantine. Currently, we have been notified of of two confirmed cases in Saratoga County […]

  • what are the requirements to attend junior prom

    A. The Junior Class Associate and Assistant Principal will be communicating directly with the class in the coming weeks. The requirements include being in good standing academically, behaviorally, and attendance. 

  • Are 9th grade latin students required to take the national latin exam? If so, why?

    A. Yes, all Latin students grades 9-12 are required to take the National Latin Exam. This prestigious 40 question multiple choice exam is taken both nationally and internationally. While students’ scores on the exam will not be factored into their average, this exam is an excellent way to showcase their Latin skills and knowledge. Latin Scholars […]