Pre-K partners with 3rd grade for reading

We love seeing our students helping each other succeed! The Pre-K 4 program has partnered with Mr. Primeau’s 3rd grade homeroom to come in and read to the morning and afternoon Pre-K classes. The 3rd grade students get to work on fluency, expression, and the joy of reading while the Pre-K classes learn to love …

Class of 2033 starts school year with excitement

As the 2019-2020 school year begins, the class of 2033 has had a wonderful start to their school career. We are growing our Prekindergarten program this year with new hands on activities, along with implementing Creative Curriculum, a comprehensive research based curriculum program. Students have the opportunity to explore various types of learning experiences during …

Middleburgh Spirit Wear Sale starts now!

The Class of 2020 Spirit Wear Sale has started! Please check out this link where you can purchase and pay online. Descriptions and size charts are also available online through the link to take the guessing out of ordering clothing online.  Students will be around next week with flyers as well. If you buy online …

MCS showcases improvement in K-8 ELA and Math tests, wins $1million grant

The good news continues to come for the Middleburgh Central School District as scores for the 2019 Grade 3-8 ELA and Math tests have been released. The district beat state averages in several grade levels, and saw several more make significant gains in scores. The following percentages are the number of students scoring at proficient …

MCS to launch 4-H Afterschool Program in collaboration with Cornell Cooperative Extension

Middleburgh Central School district is excited to announce that we are collaborating with Cornell Cooperative Extension of Schoharie and Otsego Counties to offer a three-hour, five-day a week 4-H Youth Development Afterschool Program for all Kindergarten-Eighth grade students. The program will start on September 9th. This community partnership with the Cornell Cooperative Extension will run …

Summer Enrichment Program encourages learning during summer months

Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean learning has to stop. This summer the Middleburgh Central School District held a new four-week K-6 Summer Enrichment Program, which gave students the opportunity for hands-on learning and travelling the world from their classrooms. Ms. Connely taught the grade 4-6 combination class, whose theme was “Africa.” One thing Ms. …

MCS recognized for biggest achievement jump in Capital Region

Middleburgh Central Schools have been recognized as the fastest growing district for achievement in the Capital Region by the Albany Business Review. The district rose in the Business Review’s annual rankings by 25 spots to #39 overall, the largest jump in the region. The Jr./Sr. High School and the Elementary School also jumped in the …

Amy Irwin named Principal of Middleburgh Elementary School

At its June 12 meeting, the Middleburgh Board of Education named Amy Irwin as the next Principal of Middleburgh Elementary School. Mrs. Irwin comes to Middleburgh from the Albany School of Humanities, where she has served as Assistant Principal since 2017. Prior to that, she worked at George Washington School in Troy as Coordinator of …

Rep. Delgado speaks with MCS students, visits Pre-K program

Congressman Antonio Delgado (NY-19) visited Middleburgh Central Schools on May 30, visiting classrooms, speaking with students, and touring programs. The Congressman toured the new agriculture program at Middleburgh Jr./Sr. High School before participating in a 25-minute question-and-answer session with Jr./Sr. High School students in the library. Students asked the Congressman about a variety of topics, …

MES students present career research projects

Middleburgh Elementary students made a special presentation to parents and guests last week. They presented their career research posters, a multi-week project that started with a career interest inventory on the website Career Cruising. Based on their interests, 40 different careers were presented to each student. They chose one from that list. Each student did …

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