June 24, 2018

Our School




165 Chadwick Road, Delanson, New York 12053
Directions to Duanesburg Elementary

Phone: 518-895-2580 or 895-2310 | Auto-Attendant: 518-895-8310
Fax: 518-895-2957


Andrea Conover

Duanesburg Elementary School is home to nearly 400 students in Kindergarten through sixth grade. The dynamic teaching staff and support personnel work closely to provide high-quality instruction to all students. Volunteers are encouraged and help make Duanesburg Elementary School a special, supportive place to learn and grow.


School is in session from 8:25 a.m. to 2:55 p.m. Buses start arriving on the circle in the morning around 7:50 a.m. The buses park in the circle and unload students as a group. The buses typically leave the circle between 8:05 and 8:10 a.m. ATTENDANCE PROCEDURES


The safety of our students is paramount. The bus circle in front of our school is a one-way lane. Parents must not enter the circle when the red light is on and buses are present in the circle and parking lot.

Parent who are dropping off their children must wait until all buses have left the school parking lot.

At the end of the day, students are released by a bell at 2:55 p.m. Parent pickup is after the buses; to enter the circle, they must wait until after the red light is off and the buses have left the parking lot.

Does your child need to take a bus some place other than home? Is your child going to a friend's house after school and in need of a bus permission slip? For information about bus transportation follow these links: [CHILDCARE & PARENT] [TRANSPORT FORM] [BUS SLIP INSTRUCTIONS] and [BUS SLIP FORMS].


School safety is a high priority. All visitors must ring the bell outside the main entrance to enter the building. Any student who is late to school must be accompanied by a parent/guardian to the main office for a late sign in.

Anyone visiting our school must report directly to the main office to sign in and receive a visitor's pass.


  • Parents must report to the main office, sign-in, and prepare a bus slip or present the pre-assigned purple pass to the attendance clerk, Mrs. Boyd.

  • Office staff will call the nurse's office to have the child walk or be walked to the main office.

  • All absences need to have a written excuse from a parent/guardian.


Are you interested in volunteering at your child's school? We are thrilled that you want to be even more involved in your child's educational career. We depend on volunteers like you to make our school community a wonderful place. Please download the [VISITOR/VOLUNTEER GUIDELINES]. Before you volunteer, it's important to read and sign the guideline slip.



  • > The district has offered a full-day kindergarten program since 2008, providing students with more time to build a strong foundation in basicsreading, writing, math, science, social studies and the arts. It also affords students the opportunity to use technology, build their social and emotional skills during recess, lunch and playtime.
  • > There is a strong emphasis on addressing each students' needs academically, socially and emotionally through Differentiated Instruction and Response to Intervention.
  • > Community service and education go hand in hand. Each year, students, staff and community members work together to help those who are less fortunate thorugh a range of activities and events.


Download Duanesburg Elementary School's most recent New York State Report Card.