FFA sends four to Sub-States after Leadership Development Competition

Middleburgh FFA would like to express their most sincere gratitude and appreciation for their members involvement in the community this past weekend. On Friday February 8, three of our officers participated in the Night to Shine Special Needs Prom put on by Fusion Church in Cobleskill. The event was filled with wonderful volunteers from all …

MCS 2019 2nd Quarter High Honor, Honor, and Merit Rolls

7th Grade – 8th Grade – 9th Grade – 10th Grade – 11th Grade – 12th Grade 7th Grade High Honor Roll Nicole Barnes, Kelsey Burgett, Nevaeh Camarillo-Adair, Liam Hooper, Chloe LaBombard, Tadhg Martin, Hailey Masterson, Kaitlin Nelson, Sarah Schafroth, John Shaw, Alexis Skowfoe, Olivia Skowfoe, Quin Smith, Kaelynn Wainwright, Alexandria Weygant Honor Roll Persephonie …

MCS Girls Bowling wins back-to-back Sectional titles, sends two to States

“I wouldn’t trade this experience for anything else,” said senior Carolyne Shultes. “It’s been such a good six years.” Good may be a bit of an understatement. Shultes and fellow senior Katie Schuttig have anchored an incredible four year run for the Middleburgh Girls Varsity Bowling team, a run that saw four straight Western Athletic …

MCS Girls Bowling wins WAC Tournament, Mann named Boys MVP

The Middleburgh Girls and Boys Varsity Bowling teams capped off extremely successful WAC seasons at the WAC Tournament over the weekend. Middleburgh Girls Varsity Bowling were named WAC Tournament Champions with a score of 2607, which was 294 pins higher than the 2nd place finishers. Carolyne Shultes had High Series for the tournament with a …

MCS FBLA members win awards at District Conference

Nine members of Middleburgh’s Future Business Leaders of America Club competed at the District Conference on Wednesday, with four of them bringing home awards. The students that participated were: Floyd Armlin, Sofia Falco, Matthew Guevara-Chancey, Taylor Hoop, Abigail McCarron, Autumn Miller, Angelina Reinhart, Holly Rossmann, and Lily Rossmann. Four of the nine students brought home …

Elementary students make cards for deployed U.S. troops

Elementary students participated in a KIDS Make a Difference service learning project on Wednesday. During the project, students learned about the active military and the sacrifices they make. They made over 60 thank you cards for military members of an active U.S. military base in Cuba. The project was run by elementary school counselor Mrs. …

#KnightsSucceed: More Students Graduating, Achievement on the Rise

The New York State Department of Education has released Middleburgh’s graduation numbers from the 2017-18 school year, and they show one definitive thing: more students are graduating, and more students are graduating with advanced degrees. Middleburgh’s overall graduation rate jumped 11 points from the 2016-17 school year, from 81% to 92%. Middleburgh’s 2017-18 graduation rate …

Open houses planned for Schoharie Capital Region BOCES Career and Tech campus, as well as the Center for Advanced Technology

UPDATE: Due to anticipated icy weather, the Feb. 6 Open Houses have been postponed until Feb. 13. Whether their interests lie in becoming an engineer, mechanic, chef, heavy equipment operator or something completely different, Capital Region BOCES has something to offer students in Schoharie, Schenectady and Albany counties. Open houses are planned for February and …

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