• Honoring Retirees’ 400 Years of Service

    With nearly 400 years of service combined, the 17 staff members who retired from Queensbury Union Free School District in 2017-18 have a lot of memories to share...

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  • Two Teachers Granted Tenure at Board Meeting

    The Queensbury Board of Education has granted tenure to Queensbury High School art teacher Elyssa Carson and special education teacher Alexandra Townes...

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  • VIDEO: Restorative Practices Repair the Harm

    Repairing the harm is the aim of restorative practices in Queensbury Union Free School District. Take a look at restorative practices to learn what they are, how they are used and why...

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  • Voters Pass 2018-19 School Budget

    On Tuesday, May 15, voters in Queensbury Union Free School District passed a $63,309,837 budget proposal for the 2018-19 school year by a vote of 781 to 241...

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  • 25-years Reception Honors Queensbury Faculty

    The Queensbury Faculty Association recently hosted a reception to honor teaching staff who have served Queensbury children for a quarter century. Congratulations to the following honorees: Lisa Calby, Christopher Cornell, Stacie Daley and Christine Mattia...

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  • Many Parts to District's Safety Plan

    School safety is a top priority in Queensbury Union Free School District, which earned the highest level of recognition, Titanium with Honors, in Utica National Insurance Group’s 2018 School Safety Excellence Award Program...

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  • District Works to Identify New Revenue Sources, Grow Enrollment

    How can a school district invest in its education program without increasing its expenses? For Queensbury, the answer lies in several new strategies that aim to generate outside revenue and increase student enrollment...

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  • School Budget Vote on May 15

    Queensbury Union Free School District residents will vote on a $63,309,837 budget proposal for the 2018-19 school year on Tuesday, May 15, from 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the Queensbury Elementary School Gym. Voters also will consider a school bus purchase proposition to replace old buses and elect candidates to fill two seats on the Queensbury Board of Education...

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  • Safety Reminders for Outdoor Activities on School Campus

    As warmer weather brings out area wildlife, all community members are reminded to take proper precautions when outdoors on the 200-acre campus of Queensbury Union Free School District...

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  • Queensbury Board Adopts 2018-19 School Budget Proposal

    The Queensbury Board of Education is proposing a budget for the 2018-19 school year that would increase spending by 0.76 percent to maintain the K-12 education program for Queensbury students. It adopted the $63,309,837 budget proposal during its regular meeting on Monday, April 9...

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  • State Budget Increases Education Funding, Adds Reporting Requirement for Schools

    The recently enacted New York state budget provides information about state aid levels to school districts as they finalize their own spending plans for the coming year. Queensbury Union Free School District will see a $374,695 increase in Foundation Aid next year, but a planned reduction in building aid reimbursements will mean a decline in overall state aid of about $1 million...

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  • Student Behavior Management a Focus for Transportation Staff

    Supporting those who get students to and from school safely every day was the aim of a recent training session led by Queensbury assistant principals. They spent the morning in the Transportation Department sharing classroom-informed tips for student management...

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  • New State Standards Expand Focus of Local Arts Curriculum

    New York state learning standards for the arts spell out the skills and knowledge that students should acquire as they move through their school careers. Last fall, the New York State Board of Regents approved new learning standards for the arts for the first time in 20 years...

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  • Five Fast Facts for School Budget Season

    No time to keep up with school budget news? Queensbury offers five fast facts for a more informed conversation about your local school budget with family and friends...

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  • Superintendent's Message: Welcome Back and School Safety Reminders

    As mid-winter recess draws to an end, the superintendent of schools would like to share reminders about school safety practices in Queensbury and details on resources and supports that are available to students and families...

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  • State Funding, Policy Proposals Challenge Queensbury Budget

    New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo's school funding and policy proposals could present a significant financial challenge for Queensbury schools. That was the message delivered during a budget presentation shared at the Queensbury Board of Education meeting in February...

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  • Queensbury Schools to Hold Realtor Open House

    Realtors will get a glimpse inside the minds of homebuyers with children during the Queensbury Schools Realtor Open House on Thursday, March 15, from 6-7 p.m. in the Queensbury High School Library/Media Center...

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  • Queensbury Schools Closed on 2/7

    Queensbury schools will be closed on Wednesday, Feb. 7, due to anticipated heavy snow. While enjoying the snow day, Queensbury families are reminded to take extra precautions to avoid dangerous conditions such as frostbite and hypothermia...

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  • High School Student in Stable Condition Following Pedestrian-Auto Accident

    On Tuesday, Feb. 6, at approximately 7:25 a.m., a Queensbury High School student was hit by a passing car while crossing Aviation Road near its intersection with Cottage Hill Road. Warren County Sheriff's Officers and medical personnel responded to the scene. The student was transported to Glens Falls Hospital for examination and is reported to be in stable condition...

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  • Report Helps Student-run Clubs Strengthen Collection Process

    Queensbury Union Free School District has strengthened the receipt process for extracurricular clubs following a New York State Comptroller's audit. The district's collection and disbursement processes were found to be accurate and adequate, but some student-run clubs were found to not maintain adequate documentation for their collections...

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