• Unified Sports: Athletes and Partners Team Up for Success

    With a frantic swish of pom-poms, basketball players charged through a tunnel of cheerleaders and spilled onto court in front of a roaring hometown crowd. The gym pulsed with excitement as passes, layups and bank shots became points on the scoreboard. Perhaps most excited of all were the players...click on the headline to read more.

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  • Symphonic Band Earns NYSSMA Honors

    The Queensbury High School Symphonic Band earned a Level 4 Gold Rating at the NYSSMA Major Organization Festival at Shaker High School in April. The group received both written and verbal evaluations from two state adjudicators on their performance of an energetic program including Age of Chivalry by Ryan Meeboer, American Visions by Travis J. Weller and The Great Locomotive Chase by Robert W. Smith. Congratulations to these talented student-musicians!

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  • Voters Pass School Budget, Capital Project and Bus Propositions

    Queensbury residents passed a $55,719,454 school budget for the 2014-15 school year by a vote of 1,010 to 268 on May 20. Voters also passed the two other propositions on the ballot, for an $8.9 million capital project and a bus purchase, and elected three candidates to the Queensbury Board of Education...click on the headline to read more.

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  • Bus Purchase Proposition: Maintain Fleet, Keep Kids Safe on the Road

    A Queensbury school bus is a workhorse in disguise. Bright yellow school buses and their smaller counterparts together log more than 615,000 miles a year safely and efficiently transporting local students. This May, voters will consider a $983,550 proposition that would replace nine aging buses through the purchase of eight 72-passenger school buses and one 32-passenger wheelchair bus...click on the headline to read more.

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  • New Elementary School Principal Already a Leader in Queensbury

    Queensbury Elementary School will welcome Kyle Gannon to the principal position in late July 2014. It’s a familiar place for Gannon, who once taught there and who currently serves as principal at the nearby William H. Barton Intermediate School. The Queensbury Board of Education recently confirmed ...click on the headline to read more.

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  • End-of-Year Schedule

    As the final day of school approaches, there are several important dates and schedule changes to be aware of. Click on the headline to view the updated schedule.

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  • 2014 Capital Project: Making Infrastructure Work for Students, Community

    A proposed $8.9 million capital project would prevent infrastructure failures by replacing 25-year-old roofs and by improving health, safety, security and energy efficiency in all four school buildings. The proposal, which would have no additional local tax impact, will be the second proposition on the ballot in May...click on the headline to read more.

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  • 2014-15 Budget Keeps Tax Levy at 1.45% Limit

    Voters will consider three propositions during the annual school budget vote on Tuesday, May 20, from 10 a.m. – 8:30 p.m. in the Queensbury Elementary School Gymnasium, 431 Aviation Rd. First is a $55,719,454 school budget proposal for 2014-15 that maintains the education program and meets the tax levy limit for Queensbury Union Free School District. Infrastructure and transportation investments are also...click on the headline to read more.

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  • 9th Annual Spartan Sprint set for May 18

    It's time for the 9th annual Spartan Sprint! A fun community event organized by the Queensbury Parks & Recreation Department, the event is scheduled for Sunday, May 18 on the Queensbury cross country trails behind the elementary school. The Spartan Sprint features a family fun run at 9 a.m.,...click on the headline to read more.

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  • QHS Teachers Chosen for NYS Master Teacher Program

    Queensbury High School math teacher Dan Anderson and science teacher/IB coordinator Marnie DeJohn were recently selected by the Chancellor of the State University of New York (SUNY) as a New York State Master Teacher. Anderson has taught high school math at Queensbury for eight years and DeJohn is completing her fifteenth year as a high school science teacher at Queensbury. They are among the 215 teachers statewide...click on the headline to read more.

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  • Queensbury Celebrates Earth Day, Energy Program Savings Top $1.3 Million

    From aggressive energy conservation efforts to the installation of a solar energy system and purchasing practices focused on energy efficiency, Queensbury Union Free School District is committed to being a good steward of district funds and our environment. As the world celebrates Earth Day on April 22, the district...click on the headline to read more.

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  • 2014-15 Budget Keeps Queensbury at Tax Levy Limit, Other Propositions on Ballot

    Voters will consider three propositions at the annual school budget vote on Tuesday, May 20, from 10 a.m. – 8:30 p.m. in the Queensbury Elementary School Gymnasium, 431 Aviation Rd. The first is a $55,719,454 school budget proposal for 2014-15 that maintains the education program and meets the tax levy limit for Queensbury Union Free School District. Infrastructure and transportation investments...click on the headline to read more.

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  • Operation Safe Stop - April 3, 2014

    Operation Safe Stop is a campaign to remind the motoring public about the dangers associated with passing a stopped school bus while its red lights are flashing. When a school bus is stopped and its red lights are flashing...click on the headline to read more.

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  • Changes Ahead for Schools in Adopted State Budget

    Aid restored in the recently adopted state budget will lessen, but not end the financial challenges for public schools. In 2014-15, Queensbury Union Free School District will regain a fifth of $2.6 million in state aid lost to the gap elimination adjustment. The New York state budget also includes funding...click on the headline to read more.

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  • U.S. Dept of Ed Officials visit ECHS Program

    U.S. Department of Education officials Brenda Dann-Messier, assistant secretary for Career and Technical Adult Education, and Sharon Lee Miller, director of the Division of Academic and Technical Education, visited SUNY Adirondack on March 26 to learn about the new Early College High School Advanced Manufacturing program on campus by WSWHE BOCES. Queensbury High School joined with ...click on the headline to read more.

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