Stillwater CSD earns Utica National’s School Safety Excellence Award

Stillwater Central School District is one of 156 school districts and Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) in New York State to receive the Utica National Insurance Group’s “School Safety Excellence Award” for 2019 at the “Titanium with Honors” level. The honor is presented annually and recognizes school districts’ safety efforts as they work to …

Elementary PBIS All-Stars recognized at Morning Program on April 18

On Thursday, April 18, elementary students were recognized for being PBIS All-Stars at the Elementary Morning Program. This means that the students have represented what it means to be safe, respectful and responsible during that month. The students were chosen by their teachers and each student received a certificate for 25 wampum to be redeemed …

A message from the superintendent regarding lockdown drill at MS/HS on April 17

Dear Parents and Guardians, Today, Wednesday April 17, middle and high school students and staff participated in an unannounced lockdown drill. This was our fourth lockdown of the year. Today’s drill was announced as students were passing in between classes. The drill was conducted in this manner to help us better understand if there are …

Save the date for the first-ever Warrior Run 5K on Saturday, June 1

Save the date for the first-ever Warrior Run 5K hosted by the Stillwater High School Varsity Club! When: June 1, 2019 Where: Stillwater School Campus 9-9:45 a.m. – Registration & Packet pick-up 10 a.m. – Race Begins Registration Fees: $30 General Fee $25 Stillwater School District Staff & Students $25 Military Members, Police, Firefighters & …

Voters to consider $25.3 million budget on May 21

On Tuesday, May 21, Stillwater Central School District residents will vote on a proposed $25,313,337 budget for the 2019-20 school year. The board of education adopted the budget proposal at its meeting on Tuesday, April 9. If voters approve the spending plan, the projected tax levy—the total amount of money a school district can raise …

Elementary PBIS All-Stars recognized at Morning Program on March 29

On Friday, March 29, elementary students were recognized for being PBIS All-Stars at the Elementary Morning Program. This means that the students have represented what it means to be safe, respectful and responsible during that month. Congratulations to all! Students are listed below in no particular order.

Stillwater juniors place second and third at regional Skills USA competition

Congratulations to juniors Mike Coon and Kody Brundage on their recent performances at the SkillsUSA Regional Competition in Schenectady! Mike placed third in the Precision Heavy Equipment competition and Kody placed second in the Auto Vehicle Maintenance Basic competition. At the competitions, students participating in career and technical education programs showcase their abilities and technical knowledge in …

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