Meal distribution to continue throughout the summer

The district is pleased to announce it will continue to distribute meals throughout the summer. Distribution schedule Mondays: Monday and Tuesday lunch, along with Tuesday and Wednesday breakfast Wednesdays: Wednesday and Thursday lunch, along with Thursday breakfast Fridays: Friday, Saturday and Sunday lunch, along with Saturday, Sunday and Monday breakfast View the Google map of …

Summer Adventure site provides week-by-week activities for grades K-5

Summer vacation may look a bit different this year — but Capital Region BOCES has eight weeks of activities to keep children engaged all summer long! Capital Region BOCES has partnered with its 24 component school districts to create a website of fun, enriching activities for students in grades K-5. The Summer Adventure website will …

QES reads “The Ickabog”

JK Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series, has a new book she is publishing in a unique way for children and families. Each day on her website she is posting a chapter or two to read online. Her first posts began May 26 and she plans to have the story complete by July 10. …

QES counselor Amy Dawkins & WHBI teacher Kathleen Burton presented with Dr. Irion Award

Although it was a different ending to the school year, Queensbury Elementary School and William H. Barton Intermediate School staff members worked to put together virtual presentations for the annual Dr. Irion awards, recognizing a person from each building who has made a significant contribution to the school community. Nominations come from the staff and …

QES students create valentines for veterans

Students at QES recently created valentine cards for veterans and presented them to Queensbury American Legion Post 1797 commander Tim French and past commander Jack Lord. This annual tradition has taken place for more than 25 years. The valentines will be delivered to the Albany Stratton VA Medical Center, the Veterans Resource Center at SUNY …

Glens Falls Rotary Club visits QES; surprises third graders with books

Before winter break kicked off, third grade students were treated to a visit from members of the Glens Falls Rotary Club. Rotarians visited each classroom and discussed their humanitarian efforts. Students then broke into teams and played a trivia game about the book they are reading, “Because of Winn Dixie.” After the game, the rotarians …

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