Author: chris.crucetti

  • SJHS announces first quarter merit, honor and high honor rolls

    7th Grade Merit Roll Cooper Borst, Matthew Carbono, Maya Elliott, Colin Gatzen, Emily Jahn, Hannah Nune, Tyler Ouderkirk, Asma Sebkhaoui, Toryali Zamani 7th Grade Honor Roll Madian Al Mekhlafi, Sahara Barat, Cora Barron, Trevor Bedard, Brayden Blanchard, Shane Bouchard, Natalia Bradwell, Nicolas Caruso, H. Charles Dague, Evan Darmetko, Emma Davis, Ayaan Din, Hunter Doolittle, Isabella…


  • Names of North Colonie: Meet Latham Ridge Sixth Grade ELA Teacher Nicole French

    Throughout the year, the Names of North Colonie series will highlight those who help our students reach their full potential. It is a chance for the North Colonie community to get to know our teachers, administrators, and staff members on a more personal level. Nicole French is in her 17th year as a teacher at…


  • Former North Colonie Assistant Superintendent Dr. Peter McManus passes away at age 88

    Former North Colonie Assistant Superintendent Dr. Peter McManus passed away last month at the age of 88. Dr. McManus worked for the district for 30 years until his retirement in 1991. After retiring from the district, he went on to teach in the counseling program at Russell Sage and became a consultant for the district…


  • Two members of the school community test positive for COVID-19

    Dear North Colonie Community, The North Colonie Central School District has confirmed today, Tuesday, Nov. 24, that two individuals in our school community have tested positive for COVID-19. The first individual is associated with the high school community and was last in the building on Friday, Nov. 20. The second individual is associated with grades…


  • Individual in 4-6 intermediate program at SJHS tests positive for COVID-19

    Dear North Colonie Community, The North Colonie Central School District confirmed today, Thursday, Nov. 19, that an individual associated with the 4-6 intermediate school program in the junior high school building has tested positive for COVID-19. The individual has not been on campus since Nov. 9, and they were not on campus during the time…


  • Fall Athlete of the Week, Week 9

    Congratulations to our Fall 2020 Athlete of the Week for Week 9! This week, we honor Kyle Harriman of the boys JV soccer team. Kyle had a phenomenal week for the JV soccer team. On Tuesday, Kyle recorded six saves against Saratoga – in a battle between two unbeaten teams. Kyle maintained a shutout, with…


  • Veterans Day message from Superintendent Corr

    Dear North Colonie families, Veterans Day is a time to come together and recognize those who made the ultimate sacrifice to fight for our country. Each November 11, we take the time to honor all our veterans, past, present, and future. Our annual event celebrating Veterans Day is one of my favorites each year. I…


  • District seeking bus drivers

    The North Colonie Central School District is looking for bus drivers! The bus fleet averages 833,000 miles/year. Benefits of being a school bus driver Enjoy a great schedule with summers, school vacations and holidays off. Become a member of the New York state retirement system. All drivers will start as substitute drivers earning $21.43/hour. Application…


  • SHS senior Sienna Dunham organizes virtual Halloween costume contest

    Halloween celebrations might look a little different this year, but that didn’t stop Shaker High School senior Sienna Dunham from coming up with a way to get dressed up and commemorate the day with her fellow seniors. In the past, during a normal school year, seniors are able to wear costumes to school and participate…


  • Three members of the Boght Hills school community test positive for COVID-19

    Dear North Colonie Community, The North Colonie Central School District has confirmed that three members of the Boght Hills school community have tested positive for COVID-19. The individuals who tested positive have been placed in isolation and will not return to school until they are cleared by the health department. As a reminder, based on…