State revises immunization requirements
Attention parents/guardians: effective Sept. 1, the state has instituted new immunization requirements for students. READ MORE
Faculty and staff honor their own with year-end awards
July 21, 2015
As the school year drew to a close, DCS faculty and staff recognized their peers for their efforts and dedication during 2014-15. READ MORE
DCS recognizes 95 or Above Club Superstars
July 21, 2015
The end of the school year was busy, but not too busy to honor students who achieved averages of 95 or above for three consecutive marking periods. READ MORE
School year wrap-up newsletter available
July 13, 2015
Read about our students' accomplishments in our school year wrap-up newsletter.
Students celebrate a special retirement
June 29, 2015
June 24 was a bittersweet day for elementary students who bid goodbye to a good friend as she retired - a second time - from the classroom. READ MORE
June 26, 2015
Congratulations to Duanesburg H.S. Class of 2015! VIEW GALLERY ON FACEBOOK
DCS celebrates Duanesburg's 250th anniversary with special events & homecoming
DCS joins the Town of Duanesburg in celebrating its 250th anniversary in 2015, with many activities planned. READ MORE
Parent Today is a great read that arrives in emailboxes - is yours one of them?
Are you signed up for Parent Today? This free, bimonthly, email newsletter bridges families and the classroom with research-based information presented in an award-winning, easy-to-follow format. READ MORE ABOUT PARENT TODAY AND HOW TO SUBSCRIBE
Student and teacher assignments: A delicate balance
Assigning students to a teacher is a task that is taken very seriously at DCS, with a goal of to creating balanced classrooms by finding the best possible fit for each student and teacher. Best practices/models for teacher-student classroom assignments and optimal classroom productivity methods have been shared among educators for years. Coupling those practices/models with the careful planning used by DCS teachers in assigning students to a teacher is why school officials have always refrained from accepting teacher requests from parents.
“We understand that convenience and familiarity play a role in parents wanting the same teacher to educate their other children,” says Superintendent Christine Crowley. “But we have a responsibility to all students to create a well-balanced classroom that takes many factors into consideration.” READ MORE
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