Find it Fast -

MENU
    • Schoolzilla Notifies Districts of Information Security Fix

      Queensbury Union Free School District has been informed that one of the vendors used to help staff serve students more effectively, Schoolzilla PBC, experienced an information security incident in April. Schoolzilla immediately fixed the issue and notified the district that there was no reason to believe it would impact Queensbury...

      Comments (-1)
    • 2017-18 State Budget Increases Education Funding

      New York lawmakers have approved a 2017-18 state budget that calls for an overall increase in education funding of $1.1 billion, or 4.4 percent. The state budget will allow Queensbury schools to receive a nearly $1.6 million state aid increase next year...

      Comments (-1)
    • Buildings to Battle in Hoops for Heart Tournament

      Who will win the battle of the buildings? Find out during the Hoops for Heart Tournament featuring staff from all four Queensbury schools on Wednesday, April 5, beginning at 6 p.m. in the Queensbury High School Blue Gym...

      Comments (-1)
    • District Revises Tax Cap Calculation

      In early March, Queensbury Union Free School District received new financial information that changed the district's tax cap calculation from a negative number to a positive number. Assistant Superintendent for Business Scott Whittemore shared details on the change during a Queensbury Board of Education budget presentation in March...

      Comments (-1)
    • Test Drive a School Bus at Job Fair on March 25

      Explore a career as a bus driver for Queensbury schools during the Bus Driver Job Fair on Saturday, March 25, from 9 a.m. to noon at Queensbury Elementary School...

      Comments (-1)
    • Get to Know the Assistant Superintendent for Business

      The New York State Association of School Business Officials featured Queensbury Assistant Superintendent for Business Scott Whittemore as its "Member in Focus" in the winter 2017 issue of The Reporter...

      Comments (-1)
    • Goals, Challenges Shape 2017-18 School Budget

      Before the annual school budget vote in May, the Queensbury Board of Education and district officials must plan how to achieve their budget goals while addressing the challenges affecting expenses and revenue for Queensbury Union Free School District...

      Comments (-1)
    • Queensbury Schools Enrollment at More Than 3,300

      The Post-Star incorrectly reported the enrollment figure for Queensbury Union Free School District by nearly 500 students in an article published on Saturday, Feb. 11...

      Comments (-1)
    • Governor outlines school aid, educational initiatives in Executive Budget Proposal

      New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo presented a state budget proposal on Tuesday, Jan. 17, that includes a $1 billion increase in overall funding for the state’s schools in the 2017-18 school year. Queensbury Union Free School District would receive a state aid increase of 4 percent, before factoring in state aid designated for voter-approved capital projects...

      Comments (-1)
    • Get Updates on School Closures & Delays

      Want to know whether school is closed or delayed this winter? Queensbury Union Free School District offers a variety of convenient ways to stay informed... click headline for more

      Comments (-1)
    • Test Drive a School Bus at Job Fair on Nov. 19

      Explore a career as a bus driver for Queensbury schools during the Bus Driver Job Fair on Saturday, Nov. 19, from 9 a.m. to noon in the Queensbury Union Free School District Office, 429 Aviation Rd... click headline for more

      Comments (-1)
    • Grades 6-10 Students, Parents to Explore Graduation Pathways

      Parents and students in grades 6-10 will learn how to get on the right pathway now━for college and a career━during the upcoming series of “Queensbury High School Pathways” presentations in November and January... click headline for more

      Comments (-1)
    • State Guidance Updates Safety Plans for 2016-17

      Queensbury Union Free School District – along with all districts in New York state – must conduct four lockdown drills every school year and increase emergency response training, under new rules adopted by the New York State Board of Regents... click headline for more

      Comments (-1)
    • District Leaders Meet with Legislators to Discuss Priorities

      Superintendent of Schools Dr. Douglas W. Huntley and Queensbury Board of Education President Dr. Jill Borgos joined nearly 100 chief school officers, board of education presidents and legislators from across the region for the second annual Washington-Saratoga-Warren-Hamilton-Essex BOCES legislative breakfast in October... click headline for more

      Comments (-1)
    • Water Testing in NY Public Schools

      Queensbury Union Free School District has begun the water testing process for all Queensbury buildings, with the assistance of a state-approved laboratory. This process is in accordance with a new law that requires public schools in New York to test all water outlets currently or potentially used for drinking or cooking purposes for lead levels... click headline for more

      Comments (-1)
    • more
    CLOSE