A MESSAGE FOR FAMILIES OF REMOTE LEARNERS

Dear Parents and Guardians, It’s the middle of the first quarter and interim progress reports have been sent. We appreciate your effort and patience during this unprecedented time. It has been critical to our successful reopening. When we enter the second quarter, fully remote students have the opportunity to choose the way they are instructed. …

Plan Ahead for the Virtual Open House

Like many events during this pandemic, the annual Middleburgh Jr/Sr. High School open house is going virtual. Thursday, October 15 from 6PM to 8PM, parents are invited to follow their child’s schedule, meet the teachers, and get a better sense of the new teaching model. This will all be done through Zoom meetings.  How it …

Golf Clap for the Knights!

Middleburgh CSD Golf team hosted the former league champion, Duanesburg for the first match of the 2020 season at Cobleskill Golf & Country Club. To ensure participant safety, both coaches did a good job communicating COVID19 health policies for athletes to follow. Despite it being a close match, Middleburgh eked out a victory by the …

First Meet of the Season

Congratulations to the BKW-Middleburgh Cross-Country team on their outstanding effort in their first meet of the season. Tim Jackson (21:04 1st), Brian Bagley (21:50 3rd) and Aidan Martin (22:48 4th) led the boys’ team to victory over Galway, OESJ  and Schoharie. Andie Burton (23:32 2nd), Katie Fancher (25:25 3rd) and Claire Scram (25:42 4th) paced …

Important Announcement: October Growth Assessment Tests

Dear Parents and Guardians, Throughout the month of October, students in grades K-9 will be taking the NWEA MAP Growth Assessment in ELA and Math. These assessments are critical for benchmarking student growth which allow the staff to adapt our educational program to meet individual student needs. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic we need this …

Hybrid Teaching Model Opens Door for Better Data

Whether they are getting in-person instruction or learning from home, students at Middleburgh High School are being motivated with hands-on experiments, and they are using modern technology tools to share their work with classmates. For the past eight years, AP environmental science teacher Mollie Burgett has brought her students to Schoharie Creek to look for, …

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