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    • Buildings & Grounds crew members plow the Queensbury Elementary School parking lot

      Get Updates on School Closures & Delays

      Want to know whether school is closed or delayed this winter? Queensbury Union Free School District offers a variety of convenient ways to stay informed... click headline for more

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    •  Poster promoting school bus driver job fair

      Test Drive a School Bus at Job Fair on Nov. 19

      Explore a career as a bus driver for Queensbury schools during the Bus Driver Job Fair on Saturday, Nov. 19, from 9 a.m. to noon in the Queensbury Union Free School District Office, 429 Aviation Rd... click headline for more

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    •  Sixth-graders and Class of 2016 graduates smile

      Grades 6-10 Students, Parents to Explore Graduation Pathways

      Parents and students in grades 6-10 will learn how to get on the right pathway now━for college and a career━during the upcoming series of “Queensbury High School Pathways” presentations in November and January... click headline for more

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    •  Students leave the building for a fire drill

      State Guidance Updates Safety Plans for 2016-17

      Queensbury Union Free School District – along with all districts in New York state – must conduct four lockdown drills every school year and increase emergency response training, under new rules adopted by the New York State Board of Regents... click headline for more

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    •  Dr. Douglas W. Huntley, Senator Betty Little and Dr. Jill Borgos smile during the WSWHE BOCES legis

      District Leaders Meet with Legislators to Discuss Priorities

      Superintendent of Schools Dr. Douglas W. Huntley and Queensbury Board of Education President Dr. Jill Borgos joined nearly 100 chief school officers, board of education presidents and legislators from across the region for the second annual Washington-Saratoga-Warren-Hamilton-Essex BOCES legislative breakfast in October... click headline for more

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    • Water Testing in NY Public Schools

      Queensbury Union Free School District has begun the water testing process for all Queensbury buildings, with the assistance of a state-approved laboratory. This process is in accordance with a new law that requires public schools in New York to test all water outlets currently or potentially used for drinking or cooking purposes for lead levels... click headline for more

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    •  Volleyball players sit before the 2015 Power of Pink Tournament at Queensbury High School

      QUFSD Supports Power of Pink

      Pink is popping up around Queensbury Union Free School District as the school community shows its support for the Power of Pink campaign. Upcoming events include "Pink Out the School Campus" on Friday, Oct. 14... click Read More

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      School tax rebates for New York homeowners change in 2016-17

      New York state offers a variety of property tax relief programs, but many changes are in store for 2016-17. New this year is the Property Tax Relief Credit. The traditional School Tax Relief (STAR) program also will see changes, and the Property Tax Freeze Credit is at an end when it comes to school taxes... click headline for more

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    •  Someone using the Queensbury district app on an Android device

      App Puts School News at Your Fingertips

      It’s fast and easy to stay engaged in your child’s education with the Queensbury Union Free School District app for use on smart phones, tablets and e-readers... click headline for more

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    •  Queensbury staff listen as the superintendent welcomes them back to school.

      QUFSD Welcomes New Staff

      Queensbury Union Free School District welcomed 24 new staff members at the start of the 2016-17 school year, with many filling positions that were vacated through staff transfers or retirements... click headline for more

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    • NYS now requires meningitis vaccination in grades 7, 12

      New York state now requires students entering seventh and 12th grades to be vaccinated against meningococcal disease. Parents are encouraged to check with their children’s physicians prior to the start of the new school year to determine when or if they need to be vaccinated... click headline for more

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    •  Salvatore Curella

      Queensbury Middle School Welcomes New Assistant Principal

      The Queensbury Board of Education has appointed Salvatore Curella as the new assistant principal of Queensbury Middle School... click headline for more

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    •  Maggie Kelly

      New Assistant Principal Joins Queensbury Elementary School

      The administrative team for Queensbury Elementary School is now complete with the Queensbury Board of Education’s appointment of Maggie Kelly as assistant principal... click headline for more

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    •  A seventh-grader listens during a math lesson

      Grades 3-8 See Growth in State Test Scores

      The New York State Department of Education has released the results of its grades 3-8 English language arts and math assessments in 2016. Local results show that Queensbury students once again have exceeded state averages... click headline for more

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      District Earns Three National Awards for Communications

      Queensbury Union Free School District has earned three awards for its communication efforts from the National School Public Relations Association... click headline for more.

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