Meet the New Elementary Principal: Gloria Savino

Gloria Savino joins MCS this year as our new elementary school principal! Gloria grew up nearby in the Town of Greenville. After graduating from Greenville Central Schools, she went on to study Accounting at Columbia-Greene Community College. “It was at this point that I realized accounting was not for me,” Principal Savino said. The College …

Guarding Our Middleburgh School Community Against the Flu

Influenza, or the flu, is a contagious respiratory illness that can affect anyone, including our children. Fortunately, there are measures  parents and guardians can take to prevent its spread and safeguard our community. The New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) offers insights on how to combat the flu. Understanding Flu Symptoms Flu symptoms can …

Poverty Simulation Reveals New Ways to Support Students

On Aug. 30, the entire MCS faculty and staff participated in a poverty simulation. Administrators at MCS organized the activity to help illustrate how poverty can create a barrier to learning and what steps may be taken to support students. During the two-hour session, teachers and staff were divided into family groups. Each family was …

Meet the New Elementary Teacher: Jennifer Marciniak

Jennifer Marciniak joins MCS this year as an elementary school teacher.  “Everyday is new and different,” she said.  “As a teacher I get to wear many hats. Teaching is being able to pivot and change on a moments notice to meet the needs of the students.” Jennifer graduated from Schoharie Central School and went on to …

NewsChannel 13 Visits Middleburgh Central School: A Strong Start to the School Year

As the summer break ended, Middleburgh Central School (MCS) made waves as one of the first school districts to open its doors on September 5, welcoming students back for the new academic year. NewsChannel 13 was on the scene to capture the excitement and learn more about what makes MCS stand out. In an interview …

MCSD Households eligible for discount on broadband

Technology is essential for learning, both as an extension of the classroom and as a conduit to school when remote learning is necessary. Reliable home internet access is critical to our students’ ability to participate in our educational system.  For some households, the cost of securing internet access can be a barrier to learning. Assistance …

BusRight App Will Deliver Real-Time Information

A message from Transportation Supervisor William Himme: Dear Parents and Guardians, I am writing to provide an exciting announcement about an initiative that Middleburgh School District has been pursuing for several months and is preparing to roll out on a trial basis.  BusRight – a transportation technology startup – has developed an app that will …

Summer Band Rehearsal and Concert Schedule is Released

Middleburgh students and community members have the opportunity to rehearse and perform together in July as part of the MCS Summer Band. All ages and experience levels are welcome to join. The Middleburgh Joint Recreation Committee sponsors the summer series. Rehearsals will be held Thursdays from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the Middleburgh Jr/Sr High Band Room …

A message from Principal Sloane regarding cell phone use

Dear Students, Parents, Guardians and Community Members,  The modern cell phone is, without a doubt, the greatest single distraction plaguing public education today. Even when students do not utilize their cell phones, they are subject to constant interruptions from other students and family members. Teachers repeatedly have to stop instruction to reprimand students for cell …

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