Middle schoolers celebrate differences

What makes us different makes us stronger. Middle school students spent Thursday morning participating in a series of activities celebrating their differences and building community. Thanks to Mrs. Vandenberg and Mr. Nolan for organizing and to middle school staff for helping! See more photos on our new Facebook page!

Transportation forms now available online

All students who attend private, parochial or high school and need transportation next year, should fill out the following form: Transportation Form. This form is also accessible at menands.org/about-us/forms/ and menands.org/about-us/student-registration/ The deadline is April 15. If you have any questions, please contact Sue McCormick at smccormick@menands.org   

Fourth-grader wins Black History Month contest

Fourth-grader Kaylee Moody-Brabham was one of this year’s winners of the Black History Month Creative Expressions Contest. In her essay, Kaylee wrote about how Aretha Franklin was a singer, pianist, and supporter of the Civil Rights Movement. Kaylee was one of 255 students from across the capital district who submitted an entry. The Arts and …

Superintendent Message: Capital Project Update

Since breaking ground on Oct. 30, 2018, the building and grounds have already undergone significant changes, as part of the voter-approved capital project.  The first of three additions is nearing completion. This will result in the new and enlarged cafeteria being open to students upon the return from April break. The work on the two …

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