Reminder: Important Schedule Changes for April 26

On April 26, there will be significant changes to the school schedule that parents and guardians of students in PreK-12 must be aware of. Pre-K-6: Students will have normal transportation to and from school and breakfast will be served. Students in K-6 will attend various field trips during the day and arrive back in time …

Register Now for Upcoming Summer Programs

Middleburgh CSD is excited to announce our Summer 2024 Student Opportunities.  Please click on the links below for additional information about each opportunity. Schoharie River Center Summer Enrichment, July 1 – August 2, 2024 – Grades K-6, 8 a.m. -5 p.m. at MES Mountains, Museums, and Music –June 26 – June 29, 2024 – Grades …

MCS Scholar-Athlete Teams Shine Bright

MCS Scholar-Athlete teams are being recognized by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) for maintaining exceptional marks in academics while participating in team sports during the winter 2024 season. The teams are: Boys Basketball Girls Basketball Boys Bowling Girls Bowling NYSPHSAA team recognition denotes that the team’s average GPA for 75% …

Middleburgh Jr./Sr. Principal Receives Statewide Education Award

Middleburgh Jr./Sr. Principal Matthew Sloane has been named the 2024 NY State Secondary Principal of the Year by the School Administrators’ Association of New York State (SAANYS). According to the organization, the award is given annually to a middle or high school principal who has set the pace, character, and quality of education for the …

Meet the 2024 Top 5

Middleburgh Central Schools would like to congratulate the Class of 2024 Top 5. Valedictorian: Tadhg Martin Salutatorian: Liam Hooper Honor Graduate:  Quin Smith Fourth Highest Average: Olivia Skowfoe Fifth Highest Average: Sarah Schafroth “I am so proud of the top five graduates,” says Principal Matthew Sloan. “They are extraordinary individuals who have contributed so much …

Art and Book Clubs Welcome Illustrator Robin Brickman

Middleburgh elementary students recently had an opportunity to learn from a professional artist. Students in both the art and the book clubs were captivated during a hand-on workshop by illustrator Robin Brickman.  Using paper, scissors, paint and glue, Brickman creates hand sculpted three-dimensional images that look real. Art teacher and club advisor Kim Audino invited …

Student Shadowing Provides Insights Into Learning

Student shadowing is offering important revelations for the principal at Middleburgh Jr./Sr. High School. Matthew Sloane has been shadowing students regularly since he began his tenure in Middleburgh. He says it’s extremely informative for his work supporting students and faculty. This year, Mr. Sloane began student shadowing in October. He has since shadowed multiple students. …

MCS Offers Summer Driver’s Education

To prepare competent, skillful and responsible young drivers, Middleburgh CSD will once again offer the Driver and Traffic Safety Education course this summer. Registration opens Monday, March 18. Enrollment is limited to 16 students. Important information about the course: The program runs from July 1-26. Classroom and in-car instruction will be held Mon-Fri. In-car instruction …

MCS Student is Featured Speaker at Women in the Trades Event

MCS senior Ashley Moorhead was a featured speaker as students from regional schools attended a panel discussion highlighting women with successful trades careers in the skilled trades on March 5. The Capital Region BOCES Celebrates Women in the Trades event featured women speaking about their careers—including a graduate of the BOCES Career & Technical Education …

YAL at Capitol: Students Discuss Leadership and Legislative Ideas

Members of the MCS Youth as Leaders (YAL) club joined their contemporaries for Legislative Day at the New York State Capitol on Feb. 5. The trip gave students an opportunity to discuss legislative ideas with Senator Peter Oberacker and Assemblyman Chris Tague.  YAL focuses on leadership activities, and each month, MCS students work with their …

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