Middle Schoolers Compete in ‘Chopped Challenge’

On Thursday, Jan. 27, Mrs. Brown’s 8th-grade Consumer and Careers Skills classes finished their semester by competing in an exciting ‘’Chopped Challenge’. The activity, based on the show ‘Chopped’, enlisted student teams in creating dishes using mystery ingredients in only 22 minutes.  The mystery ingredients were eggs, shredded cheese, celery, pepper, tortillas, frozen sausage links, …

Jan. 24: 21 individuals test positive for COVID-19

The Queensbury Union Free School District has confirmed 21 new cases of COVID-19 in our school community. The cases include:  An individual associated with QES who was last in the building on Thursday, Jan. 20.  An individual associated with QES who was last in the building on Friday, Jan. 21. An individual associated with QES …

Jan. 20: 32 individuals test positive for COVID-19

The Queensbury Union Free School District has confirmed 32 new cases of COVID-19 in our school community. The cases include:  An individual associated with QES who was last in the building on Thursday, Jan. 13. An individual associated with QES who was last in the building on Friday, Jan. 14. An individual associated with QES …

Jan. 19: 10 individuals test positive for COVID-19

The Queensbury Union Free School District has confirmed 10 new cases of COVID-19 in our school community. The cases include:  An individual associated with WHBI who was last in the building on Tuesday, Jan. 18. An individual associated with WHBI who was last in the building on Wednesday, Jan. 19. An individual associated with QMS …

Past Capital Project archive

Legacy 2020 capital project Queensbury Union Free School District voters approved the project in January 2016. The tax neutral $39,735,000 capital project is a reimagining of the five-decades-old high school building.  Scope of work The Legacy 2020 Capital Project is reorganizing and renovating the rigid, mid-century high school structure to: Provide three interdisciplinary instructional communities …

Making Nutrition Fun at QES

QUFSD’s Farm to School Program is making nutrition fun by visiting different QES classrooms and teaching K-3 students about the five food groups, including the importance of a well-balanced diet. On Thursday, Jan. 6, nutrition intern KellyAnn Anderson spent some time in Mrs. Lafasciano’s kindergarten classroom, where the students participated in an interactive activity to …

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