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Laurence T. Spring, Superintendent
108 Education Drive, Schenectady, NY  12303  |  Ph:  518.370.8100
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2014-2015
District Calendar

2014-2015 Budget

APRIL 10 2014
School board adopts
$164.3 million budget proposal 
Lack of funding leads to difficult decisions  READ


Budget Vote &
School Board Election is May 20. 
Polls are open noon - 9 p.m.
 
Advocating for Equity

 
Meet the Teacher

Meet Sophia Delamar
Social Studies Teacher at Mont Pleasant & SHS

"Meet the Teacher" Video Series
   
 
April is Autism Awareness Month
The U.S. recognizes April as a special opportunity to educate the public about autism and issues within the autism community.  Learn more about autism here.
 
News
APRIL 14 2014
Almuni Update

Trishala Jailall, a 2012 graduate of Schenectady High School & currently a biology major at Union College, was recently awarded a $10,000 Kathryn Wasserman Davis Projects for Peace award. She will use the grant money to improve the conditions in a children's orphanage in her homeland of Guyana.
Read more
MARCH 27 2014
City recycling campaign features Lincoln students More
MARCH 25 2014
Almuni Update
Nicola Kriefall, SHS 2011, is awarded prestigous science award  More
Central Park students perform special song for Teacher of the Year, Rob Aronstein. Listen to it at WNYT or Daily Gazette MARCH 24 2014
The work of three SHS students selected for annual art exhibit
 More
   
APRIL 11 2014
Central Park's Rob Aronstein is named the SCSD 2013-2014 Teacher of the Year Friday  MORE
MARCH 2014
Superintendent Spring
recognized by SCLC for work in schools & community  More
  More News

R e m i n d e r s
Kindergarten Registration
Register Now
  If your child will be 5 years old by Dec. 1, you can register him or her now.  More
School Board Candidates Forum
Sponsored by League of Women Voters

May 13 at 7 p.m.
Schenectady High School Black Box Theatre
Spring Recess
No School

April 14 - 21
2014 SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION
Interested in running for school board?
More Information
Petitions are due April 30, 2014
Magnet School Applications 2014-2015
Magnet School Applications are due May 2
Lottery will be held on May 15 
Download Application
April 22
Annual BOCES Vote

7:30 a.m. Sch'dy HS Commons
SHS Community Track Use
April 2014
Schedule
April 23
Board of Education Meeting

7 p.m.  Schenectady High School Commons
Seeking Volunteers for Sch'dy Invitational Track & Field Meets
More
May 7
Board of Education Budget Hearing

7 p.m.
Mont Pleasant Middle School Cafeteria
Capital District Child Care Council
Request your

2014 Summer Camp Catalog
May 20
Budget Vote and Board of Education Election
Polling Places open noon - 9 p.m.
National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day  Turn in your unused or expired medication for safe disposal 
April 26  
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
FLYER & List of Sites
May 21
Board of Education Meeting
7 p.m.  Schenectady High School Commons
  Giffy's BBQ Fundraiser
Schenectady High School Paris Trip
Pre-order through April 27.  Pickup April 30
More
2013-2014 School Year
Information & Updates
April Calendar
May Calendar
   
INEQUITIES IN STATE AID
Schenectady City Schools receive 54% of the aid to which we are entitled. 
 
We are shortchanged $62 million annually.


Read the
Civil Rights Complaint

RELATED:
HAMILTON 6TH GRADER CALLS FOR MEETING WITH SUPERINTENDENT SPRINGJune 19 2013
Hamilton 6th grader upset over funding inequities & discrimination, calls for meeting with the superintendent  More
 

Superintendents meet to discuss disparate impact & possible civil rights complaint  Read More Here

Civil Rights Complaint
Complaint under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Equal Educational Opportunities Act of 1974
The Civil Rights Complaint is in the hands of the Federal Government MORE

Did you know?  
A minority-as-majority district is
three times more likely to be underfunded
than a predominantly white district.


 READ THE ENTIRE COMPLAINT 

Schenectady City Schools receive
54% of the aid to which we are entitled. 
UNDROPPABLE
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Bidding Notices, RFP's & RFQ's  Notices Here 

  SCSD Education Foundation
2013-2014 Contract for Excellence
Public Hearing was held August 28, 2013

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dedicated to excellence in teaching and learning, equity, engagement and efficiency.