May 22, 2015

News Archives

News items previously posted on the district's homepage are archived below. A listing of photo galleries also may be found on the photo gallery page.

For more information on any of these stories, contact the district's communications specialist at 518-895-5350, ext. 371.



May 2015


> Prostate cancer meets its match: Students' DCS vs. PC: Tryin' for Brian campaign nets more than $5,100 for M.D. Anderson Cancer Center 

> Budget newsletter available online

> Congratulations Scholar Athletes!

> Order now for Canali's takeout fundraiser

> DCS mourns the passing of long-time board president Raymond Hawes

> District residents to vote on budget, bus proposition, Board of Education seats

April 2015


> Students share school experiences with Mohonasen peers

> Preventing substance abuse involves parents, students, families

> Healthy families, healthy teens

> Parent U guest speaker to offer valuable info on teen drug, alcohol use

> Thank you volunteers!

> Class of 2019 seeks help with May 28 fundraiser

> Students shadow high-tech STEM jobs at AMRI

> Mud, snow no match for Lady Eagles

> Hyde Park a town filled with knowledge for DCS juniors

> Knox Historical Society donates books to each school

> Friends of Music seeks gift cards, certificates


March 2015


> School is cool at CCU

> Residents approve capital project for repairs, renovations, upgrades

> DES, Tri-City ValleyCats team up to hit reading home run for Ronald McDonald House

> Students guide their families across the Eastern Hemisphere

> Students tap artistic talent to create "Best Little Theater"

> Girls varsity bowling, basketball teams named Scholar Athletes

> Join us for An Evening of DCS Pride on March 26

> Questions & answers about Duanesburg's capital project

> These snowballs are okay on campus

> DCS teacher wins regional honor, competes statewide

> Save Our Schools public forum Mar. 12 in Cobleskill

> Letter about elementary school water supply

> The art of topography

> Elementary students celebrate the 100th day of school

> Wrestlers bring home 3rd, 4th from states; Lawrence sets school wins record

February 2015


> Student art pops in HS lobby

> Devices make learning hand-y (and fun)

> Residents to consider capital project to make repairs, renovations, upgrades

> Wrestlers finish in five of top six at sectionals; Lawrences head to states

> Read-a-thon will be a royal fundraiser

> Community invited to Save Our Schools regional forum in Colonie

> Meet the Coaches Night is Feb. 25; sports awards are Mar. 2

> Wrestlers continue outstanding season; Lawrences are profiled

> Meet the Coaches Night is Feb. 25; sports awards are Mar. 2

> STEM is super at DES: Daily Gazette features First Lego League

> Join us for Duanesburg Day!

> Save the date for science

> Wrestlers place 2nd at Cohoes Duals

January 2015


> Spring into something new

> Gov. calls for $1.1 billion school aid increase tied to education reforms; no mention of GEA

> "6th grade is going to be fun!"

> Reindeer Games put creative STEM skills to the test

> Leo Club helps local children's wishes come true

> Capital project discussed at BOE meeting

> DCS vs. PC Tryin' for Brian: Battling a tough foe

> Current 5th grade to stay at DES next fall

> Cold weather advisory

> Capital project to be discussed at BOE meeting

> Reindeer Games put creative STEM skills to the test

> Wrestling milestone

December 2014


> Casting call

> Chemis-tree is elemental

> Students recognized by WTEN for brightening vets' holidays

> Learn, learn as fast as you can - I'm the Gingerbread Man!

> Bad sweaters, good spirit

> Hundreds of Toys for Tots

> Creating cards for vets

> DCS honors scholar athletes

> Lady Eagles win the Schenevus Booster Club Tourney

> Regents consider multiple graduation pathways

> Thanksgiving break is a time of service for NHS students

> Basketball teams are tourney kings

> Support DCS' Toys for Tots drive

> Meeting Tuesday night re potential move of 6th grade to elementary


November 2014


> Turkey day, traditions, kitchen science & college app essays

> Attention K-12 skiers and snowboarders!

> Letter from Superintendent Crowley re late bus sign-up (PDF)

> DCS a silver medalist in Capital Region Hunger Games

> Bunny Bunk CSI project taps science, math, inquiry skills

> DES salutes veterans for their service

> Duane Players present "Aladdin Jr."

> Toys for Tots campaign will brighten children's holidays

> Cross Country runners are awesome at States

> DCS a lead competitor in Capital Region Hunger Games

> Egypt takes shape at Duanesburg MS

> Health class to take anonymous survey

> Duane Players to conjure up Aladdin Jr. Nov. 7-9

> Join the French class in Montreal this March

> What do you get when you bottle Einstein, Jobs and Lennon?

> H.S. changes, sports, PBIS & a trip to D.C.: Eagle's Eye Fall 2014


October 2014


> DCS Boys & Girls XC Teams are Section 2 Champions

> Halloween bash at DES

> $1,500 grant will help DCS establish Counseling Center with up-to-date technology

> Reminder: Legislators to discuss state funding, Common Core

> MS/HS Community/Parent Visitation Day is Nov. 4, K-12 conferences are Nov. 20 & 21

> Reading, writing, research and pumpkins

> H.S. parents can connect, communicate through Parent University

> Taking aim at hunger

> Keep Calm - Read books

> MS/HS report cards, interim progress reports go online

> Cross country teams run away with WAC championship, silver

> Funding will help STEM bloom even larger at DCS

> Mythical project, real-life skills

> Go Duanesburg Volleyball!

> State offers resources for combatting heroin, opioid abuse

> Boys cross country team runs away with title

> Girls cross country teams run strong at BH Invitational

> Elementary students Go Pink for a great cause

> DCS seeks coaches

> DCS considers moving 6th grade back to elementary building; parental input wanted

> Local legislators to address state funding, Common Core at Oct. 30 community event

> Double win for boys XC team

> Science teacher position to be filled

> Wellness Committee welcomes parental participation

> Newsletter one of just three statewide to win Award of Excellence

> Donors sought for Leo Club blood drive

> Seventh grade students get a taste of culture


September 2014

> Great job Schoburg Football against Cairo! Come cheer them on Oct. 4

> Girls XC teams run strong, place in top 3rd at Invitational

> Boys XC team has multiple wins

> The wheels on the bus go round and round

> Construction skills start with STEM

> Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

> Respect and responsibility: 6th graders care for our nation's flag

> Welcome to kindergarten!

> MS/HS PBIS Kickoff will be positively 3-D

> DES Meet the Teachers Night is Sept. 17 for K-2, Sept. 18 for Gr. 3-5

> Aladdin is this year's H.S. musical

> DCS welcomes School Counselors Liz Halvorsen and Jaymes White

> GE, Lions Club seek adult volunteers for Sept. 13 event

> DCS ice bucket challenge raises more than $500 to fight ALS

> Fall 2014 Adult & Continuing Ed classes posted

August 2014


> Robotics is cool in the pool!

> Varsity golfers tee off to a great start

> DCS grad & West Point cadet meets USA Basketball coach

> SED releases 3-8 assessment questions to promote understanding

> DOWNLOAD the printed 2014-15 Duanesburg Central Schools Calendar

> Parent Today features: The arts, exercise and making a difference


July 2014


> Parents’ Bill of Rights for Data Privacy and Security

> Timeline for busing change requests

> State Comptroller’s audit a “stamp of approval” for DCS

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