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Voters approve 2019-20 school year budget

“This year’s budget focuses on our district’s three priorities: safety, mental health and future-ready learning,” said Superintendent of Schools Kristine Orr. “I am thankful to our community for supporting the budget and the work of our district to provide a safe, caring and challenging educational environment for our students and staff.” Read more.

| May 21, 2019
All SGF schools recognized as No Place for Hate

All SGF schools recognized as No Place for Hate

On May 7, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) Albany recognized all six schools in the South Glens Falls Central School District as No Place For Hate® for their commitment to creating bias- and bully-free inclusive learning environments, for the third year in a row.

| May 9, 2019

Community to elect four board of education members

Meet your board of education candidates! Community members will elect four individuals to serve on the board of education. Three individuals will be elected to serve three-year terms, and one individual (the candidate receiving the least amount of votes) will be elected to serve a two-year term, beginning July 1,2019.

| May 3, 2019
Voters to decide on $58.5 million budget proposal

Voters to decide on $58.5 million budget proposal

Budget would improve school safety, mental health & future-ready initiatives. Learn more here.

| April 30, 2019
South High Drama Club Nominated for 8 High School Musical Theatre Awards

South High Drama Club Nominated for 8 High School Musical Theatre Awards

Congratulations to the South Glens Falls High School’s Drama Club, which received a record eight nominations in the third annual High School Musical Theatre Awards for its production of Seussical.

| April 25, 2019