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Laurence T. Spring, Superintendent
108 Education Drive, Schenectady, NY  12303  |  Ph:  518.370.8100
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February 2015
 
Budget Vote & School Board Election on May 19
 
REGISTER TO VOTE
 
Stand up for Education
Demand equitable school funding
Board of Education Members meet with
Senator Farley to discuss issues in education


Junior Hitlall, Cathy Lewis, Andy Chestnut,
Ann Reilly, John Foley & Senator Hugh T. Farley
 
Elmer families at the Capitol
for the March 24 Session
Advocating for Equity in School Funding
Students represented their school and
delivered letters from the Elmer School community.
Video  5:04
 
News Coverage of the
Citizen Action of New York
+ Parade for Education Lobby Day held March 11
 

 
 
Advocacy Tools
    << CLICK HERE TO OPEN FACT SHEET

The Issues

Write a letter to your legislators

Organze a letter-writing campaign

Schedule a meeting with legislators

Use Social Media

Use Mass Media

Rallying and Lobbying
Record Setting Inequality
New  York State's Opportunity Gap is Wider Than Ever

JANUARY 17 2015  
DAILY GAZETTE: 
Young lobbyists work to get funding for Schenectady schools

JANUARY 22 2015  UPDATE

REDISTRICTING:  BOARD OF EDUCATION APPROVES OPTION III



Redistricting Information
 
 


MEET THE TEACHER
Meet Kamal Tyson
7th Grade English Language Arts Teacher at Mont Pleasant Middle School


See More "Meet the Teacher" Videos Here

News
Blue Roses Theatre presents
Freckleface Strawberry
April 21-24, 6 p.m. in the Black Box Theatre
Adults $8    Students and Seniors $3
Email gundruml@schenectady.k12.ny.us for Reservations.
Poster
BOCES Student Art Show 2015
The Schenectady City School District will be represented in the BOCES art show with 30 pieces of work from students in grades K-12.  Opening April 14, 4-6 p.m.     Flyer
MARCH 24 2015
High school students headed to Paris over recess
In the News This Week:  March 20
 
SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION MAY 19
Are you interested in running for school board?
 
Two seats are up for election on May 19.  Learn what you need to do  here.
MARCH 19 2015
Presentations at the March 18 Board of Education Meeting
    Budget Update    |   Capital Project Update
Elmer Avenue celebrates Dr. Seuss Week
MARCH 13 2015
Congratulations
Congratulations to Collin Derboghossian, Calvin Cleworth and Luke Chrisman, Schenectady High School's February Athletes of the Month. 
 
Reminders
Employment Postings and Vacancies
Current Vacancies
Deadline for applications is April 10.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY
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Volunteers are Needed
for the "Reading is Fun Program"

Learn how you can make a difference
2014-2015 School Year
Process for determining when to close or delay school
Calendar Snapshot   
Sports Information
School Supply Lists
Code of Conduct
All Information
COMMUNITY EVENTS
Classic Theater Guild is hosting
Shakespeare's Birthday Revels

April 26
Open to Public
 
Google Ignite Program
Students in Grades 6-8
April 13 at Union College
Registration Form (Due April 2)
 
Girls Inc. & National Grid present
Schenectady Summer Fun 2015
Girls in Grades K-8
4-Week Summer Program
Flyer
 
Community Easter Egg Hunt
Central Park Pavilion
April 4 at 2 p.m.
Flyer
 
Schenectady County Human Rights Commission 32nd Annual Human Rights Awards Breakfast
May 14,  7- 9 a.m. at Glen Sanders Mansion
Nominations Due March 25
PreSale Ticket Reservations due by April 3
Information & Nomination Form
 
Girls in Stem
March 28,  9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Girls in Grades 4-8
HVCC
Flyer
 
Spring Break YMCA Exploration Camp
Grades K-6
Flyer    Registration Form 
 
Girls inc.
April Vacation Week Program 
Volunteers are Needed
for the "Reading is Fun Program"
Learn how you can make a difference
 
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 eNews & Reminders:  March 13


 News and Notes:   February 3 
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UPCOMING
BOARD OF EDUCATION

MEETINGS
 
March 18
Board of Education Meeting

      Budget Presentation District Support

      Capital Project Update   
 
SESSION CANCELLED
March 28
Board Work Session
8 a.m. - Noon
Schenectady High School Commons
   
INEQUITIES IN STATE AID

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

Civil Rights Complaint
Complaint under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Equal Educational Opportunities Act of 1974
 
JULY 2014
Civil Rights Complaint

now
in the hands of U.S. Department of Justice
 
DECEMBER 02 2014
U.S. Dept. of Education Office for Civil Rights will investigate SCSD claim of school funding discrimination  More
DAILY GAZETTE   AUGUST 24 2014
LARRY SPRING OPINION EDITORIAL
School aid formula still discriminates

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SCSD Education Foundation


 
Home Ownership Made Easy in Schenectady
Schenectady Teacher Center

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