Individuals in MS/HS community test positive for COVID-19

March 25, 2021 Dear Stillwater Community, The Stillwater Central School District has been notified that an individual in the high school community and an individual in the middle school community have tested positive for COVID-19. The individuals were last in school on March 22, and March 23, respectively. We have been working with the Saratoga …

Stillwater voters approve track & turf field, bleacher & doors project

On March 24, 2021, Stillwater residents approved, by a vote of  109 to 27, the district’s proposal to improve the track and turf field surfaces and middle school gym bleachers and doors. The capital project will result in no tax increase. The majority of its $1.3 million cost will be paid for using funds already …

Reminder: Vote is Wednesday, March 24, for track & turf field, bleacher & doors project

March 19, 2021 Dear Stillwater Community, At Stillwater Central, we are proud of our schools and the students and families, faculty and staff, and community they serve. Next Wednesday, March 24, Stillwater residents will be asked to vote on a proposal to make improvements to our track and turf field surfaces and to the middle …

Individuals in MS/HS school community test positive for COVID-19, no exposure

March 22, 2021 Dear Stillwater Community, The Stillwater Central School District has verified that three individuals in the middle/high school community have tested positive for COVID-19. There has been no school exposure to others. However, the district continues to work with the Saratoga County Department of Health, which advises on contact tracing, quarantine procedures and …

Info to know about this year’s senior trip

Kim Cook has put together an information-packed video about this year’s senior trip. Please take a look: A virtual meeting is also planned for Tuesday, March 23, at 6:30 p.m.  To Join Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/97524309771?pwd=bGdyT0NSbWpUVENIZ1FTTjllaVJnUT09 Meeting ID: 975 2430 9771 Passcode: E4WBxu Questions: email kcook@scsd.org

Individual in elementary school community tests positive for COVID-19; classes will still resume on Monday

March 19, 2021 Dear Stillwater Community, The Stillwater Central School District has been notified that an individual in the elementary school community has tested positive for COVID-19. This will not impact school on Monday – the elementary school (and MS/HS) will be open, and remote instruction for remote learners will be provided as well – …

Individual in tests positive for COVID-19, Elementary School (only) closed March 19

March 18, 2021 Dear Stillwater Community, The Stillwater Central School District has confirmed that an individual in the elementary school community has tested positive for COVID-19, and due to staffing shortages caused by the need to quarantine, the elementary school (only) will be closed on Friday, March 19, 2021. Due to the closure, there will …

Reading Around the World with Flat Stanley was much more than books

In early March, Stillwater Elementary students explored their world while growing their skills by Reading Around the World with Flat Stanley as part of the Pick A Reading Partner Program (PARP). Each student was given a copy of the book “Flat Stanley: His Original Adventure” to read with a partner at home. The children also …

Individuals in school community test positive for COVID-19, no exposure

March 11, 2021 Dear Stillwater Community, The Stillwater Central School District has confirmed that two individuals in the high school community have tested positive for COVID-19. We have been in contact with the Saratoga County Department of Health, and they have confirmed that there has been no exposure from these individuals, and there is no …

Individual in school community tests positive for COVID-19

March 10, 2021 Dear Stillwater Community, The Stillwater Central School District has confirmed that an individual in the high school community, who was last in school on March 8, has tested positive for COVID-19. We have been in contact with the Saratoga County Department of Health to identify close contacts in the school community. Anyone …

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