We, the Board of Education, staff, students, parents, and community share responsibility for meeting the needs of students living in a rapidly changing, pluralistic society. We endeavor to create an atmosphere where people are accepted as individuals in a safe environment that fosters self-discipline, mutual respect, cooperation, and academic excellence.
Saugerties kicked off their own NNCW campaign for Grade 8 students in Ian Cooper’s Desktop Publishing class earlier this week. A social worker and a guidance counselor visited each class to discuss different social injustices and school climate. Students were then encouraged to use their desktop publishing skills to create posters that showed why it is so important to eliminate name-calling.
The Affordable Connectivity Program is a Federal Communications Commission program that helps connect families and households struggling to afford internet service. This new benefit provides a discount of up to $30 per month toward broadband service for eligible households.
This time of year can be difficult for many, and the District is here to support those individuals and provide them with the necessary prevention and intervention services they need.
The Sawyer Automotive Foundation gifted $15,000 to the Saugerties Central School District on November 19 as part of its “Night at the Theater” benefit concert.
Saugerties Social Studies teacher Denyse Ortlieb and senior Marin Musgrave are making a huge impact on students in the District. How? By setting up a “Free Store” called SCORE (Saugerties Community Offering Resources for Everyone). The store offers an array of non-perishable foods, household and personal-care items, and clothes—all for free.