Author: chris.crucetti

  • An update from the superintendent – Thursday, March 19

    Dear North Colonie Community, I want to remind you that each of our school buildings will be open tomorrow, Friday, March 20 from 9-11 a.m. for students/guardians to retrieve necessary supplies/items from lockers, but we are unable to provide access to individual classrooms as those have already been sanitized and sealed. School nurses will also…


  • Superintendent’s Conference Day to take place Friday, March 13

    Dear Parents and Guardians, We thank you for your understanding and cooperation as we continue to provide you with updates about COVID-19 and our district plans. As of today, Thursday, March 12, the North Colonie Central School District does not have any confirmed cases of COVID-19. We have made the decision that tomorrow, Friday, March…


  • Letter from the superintendent about the coronavirus (March 12)

    Dear Parents and Guardians, We are aware of the announcement earlier this morning about two confirmed COVID-19 cases in Albany County. As of today, Thursday, March 12, the North Colonie Central School District does not have any confirmed cases of COVID-19. Out of an abundance of caution, two students at Shaker High School are under…


  • Shaker High School announces second quarter honor roll

    High Honor Roll – Grade 9 Esam Abisse, Aabidah Afzal, Aditi Agni, Saurav Bavdekar, Nicholas Bennett, Joshua Blake, Samantha Bogert, Lauren Brissette, Alex Brunco, Bryan Chae, Grace Cometti, Katherine Conjalka, Giancarlo Conti, Lauren Curley, Brian Devendorf, Corey Ditzel, Regan Doherty, Darren Duan, Rosila Elebyjian, Ilhan Eser, Nathaniel Fesel, Eloise Gall, Raina Gandhi, Maria Gauna, Jack…


  • District statement on social media threat

    This morning, Thursday, March 5, Shaker High School administrators were notified of a threatening statement made last night. The threat was made by a student from another district. One of our students shared the threat on social media. Administrators immediately reported the threat to the district’s School Resource Officer, who worked with local police departments…


  • SJHS announces second quarter High Honor, Honor and Merit Rolls

    8th Grade Merit Roll Alexis Adkins, Thomas Alber, Savera Ansar, Michael Audino, Andrew Beeler, Kevin Clark, Duaa Elmahdi, Tallulah Fininen, Sophie Gilchrist, Victoria Gildersleeve, Matthew Heinze, Roque Fabian Hernandez-Merino, Joshua Kurian, Curtis Mackey, Marissa Malatino, Noah Marinucci, Riley McLaughlin, Alexa Mikulec, Zahraa Mohammed, Casey O’Connor, Elizabeth Paruszkiewicz, Aayan Rahman, Sean Rhatigan, Nicholas Rowe, Lia Sarda,…


  • Shaker High School holds 10th annual Catwalk for a Cause

    Earlier this winter, Shaker High School held its 10th annual Catwalk for a Cause, a fashion show run by students and community members. Each year, this event raises money for a cause chosen by the event coordinators. The chosen organizations are often personally related to the catwalk coordinators. The funds raised at this year’s event…


  • ESSA complaint procedures

    New York State Education Department has created a process for resolving complaints alleging that a local educational agency (LEA), grantee or NYSED has violated a law, rule, or regulation in the administration of any “covered Federal program” under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). These…


  • Winter 2020 Athletes of the Week, Week 4

    Congratulations to our Winter 2020 Athletes of the Week for Week 4! This week we honor Maddi Mahoney and Sole Carrington from the varsity girls basketball team. Maddi Mahoney scored 16 points and had 11 rebounds in a win against Guilderland. Against Schenectady, Maddi led all scorers with 13 points, while having seven rebounds and…


  • Loudonville students compete in Geography Bee

    Ten Loudonville students in 4th, 5th and 6th grade competed in the first round of the national competition of the Geography Bee on Jan. 30. Charlie, a sixth grade student, won first place with Antonio, a fifth grade student, winning second place and Nolan, a fifth grade student, finishing in third place! Bravo to all…