A Message from the Assistant Principal
Welcome to Queensbury Middle School! I am excited to be a part of this school community and I look forward to a wonderful year ahead filled with a variety of learning experiences and opportunities for growth.
QMS is a special place filled with educators, support staff, administrators, and students who strive to make the school experience the best it can be! Our goal is to empower all students to achieve success in an environment that is academically rigorous, yet safe, healthy, and supportive.
I value the importance of communication and I encourage you to reach out if any questions and/or concerns arise. We are here to support you and your family as you navigate the middle school years. Also, follow me on Twitter @scotland_QMS and on the Remind 101 App for the most up-to-date information.
Have a safe, healthy, and productive school year. Challenge yourself to work to your potential, get involved, be kind to one another, and don’t forget to have fun along the way!
Meet the QMS Assistant Principal
Assistant Robyn Scotland helps oversee the educational programs and support services provided to more than 750 students at Queensbury Middle School.
As assistant principal, some of Scotland’s responsibilities include student management for grades 6-8; serving as the school Dignity for All Students Act coordinator; overseeing the after-school assistance program; helping create the master schedule; assisting with teacher evaluations, the implementation of local and state assessments; curriculum development, revision and evaluation; and preparing various state-mandated reports. Scotland also coordinates and oversees the Queensbury Summer Academy for grades 6-8.
Scotland joined the QMS leadership team in 2018 after serving as a special education teacher at the Watervliet Jr./Sr. High School for two years, as well as an intern to the building principal for a year and a half. Prior to her time at Watervliet, Scotland spent five years as a special education teacher at Catskill High School and has taught English and GED classes.Scotland earned her post-master’s certificate in educational leadership from Stony Brook University; has a master’s degree in adolescence education, special education and English from The College of Saint Rose, and a bachelor’s degree in English and journalism from CUNY Baruch College. She is also state-certified as a school district and building leader and holds certificates to teach English and special education in grades 7-12.