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November 22, 2014

News Archives

News items previously posted on the district's homepage are archived below.

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

 

November 2014

 

> 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

> Don't miss out: view our newsletter online or contact us for extra copies.

 

 

 

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