The South Glens Falls CSD is one of 145 school districts and BOCES in New York to receive the School Safety Excellence Award for 2016 at the Titanium with Honors level.
“The shift to embed more technology into our middle school math curriculum gives our students the opportunity to work independently and actually use technology as part of their learning.” -Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction Kristine Orr
South Glens Falls Central School District residents will vote Tuesday, May 17, on a proposed $56,590,273 spending plan for the 2016-17 school year. The board of education adopted the plan at its Monday, April 13 meeting.
South Glens Falls schools are projected to receive approximately $27.1 million in total state aid, an increase in funding compared to the current school year.
During a March 7 professional development day, the elementary school teachers in South Glens Falls had a chance to see the world through different eyes.