Educator named to Master Teacher program

Eighth-grade science teacher Suemarie Simpson is among 214 educators recently selected from across the state to join the New York State Master Teacher program. Simpson joins the network of more than 900 Master Teachers, who commit to a four-year program of professional development and mentoring. “It’s a great honor to be recognized by Gov. Andrew … Continue reading “Educator named to Master Teacher program”

District reminds of snow day procedures

As the weather turns colder, district officials are reminding families of procedures for snow days and delays. On inclement weather days, the process to make a decision on closing begins at about 4:30 a.m. School officials watch weather reports, check the radar, and make contact with town and village officials to get information about road … Continue reading “District reminds of snow day procedures”

Video sharing tool offers Halloween fun

Faith P. grins and twirls in her butterfly costume. Dominic P. is a shy dragon. Maliyah B. is a smiling Jasmine. Brayden G. shows off his spooky skeleton costume. And Mrs. Burgdoff is a colorful flower! These videos and more were part of a project Mrs. Burgdoff created for her kindergarten students at Halloween using … Continue reading “Video sharing tool offers Halloween fun”