Middleburgh students part of nationally recognized CTE program

Two Capital Region BOCES programs have been selected as “top” Career and Technical Education programs by a national organization. The Commercial Construction/Heavy Equipment and the Manufacturing and Machining Technology programs were deemed by the National Research Center for Career and Technical Education at the Southern Regional Education Board (NRCCTE) as a “Quality Career and Technical …

Pre-K students learn about dinosaurs, fossils

Our Pre-Kindergarten students are going back in time to learn about dinosaurs! Pre-K students learned about being a paleontologist, and experimented with what it would be like to be a scientist in the field. Using brushes or fingers, students dug through sand to find dinosaur skeletons, and then removed them carefully to see the “fossil …

2nd graders speak with famous anthropologist Jane Goodall

2nd graders at Middleburgh Elementary School participated in a once-in-a-lifetime experience today, joining in on a Skype in the Classroom live broadcast with famed anthropologist and primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall. The broadcast was followed by a question and answer session. During the broadcast with Dr. Goodall, students learned about caring for the planet and how …

Online student registration now open for Middleburgh families

Student registration for both kindergarten and pre-kindergarten (UPK 3 and UPK 4) are now open. For the UPK 3 and UPK 4 programs, children must be 3 or 4 years old on or before Dec. 1 and reside in the Middleburgh School District to be eligible. The program does not require income eligibility and registration …

Approved state budget increases education funding by $1 billion, enacts permanent property tax levy limit

New York lawmakers have approved a state budget for 2019-20 that increases education funding by just over $1 billion and makes permanent the state’s property tax levy limit law, or tax cap. The newly approved $175 billion state budget calls for total education spending of $27.9 billion, which represents an increase of 3.8 percent compared …

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