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  • Request forms for transportation to non-public schools now available; due by April 1

    Request forms for transportation to non-public schools for students in grades K-12 for the 2020-21 school year are now available. These forms are required to be completed each year and filed with the district’s transportation department no later than April 1 of each year. Forms are also available at the Transportation Department located on the…


  • SJHS seventh grader swims one mile and raises $945 for cystic fibrosis research

    Shaker Junior High School seventh grader Mackenzie Hunter was honored as the North Colonie Kids Care recipient for February at the Board of Education meeting on Monday, Feb. 24. Mackenzie was nominated by her swim coach, Coach Leslie Archer. In January, Mackenzie and her teammates on the modified swim team participated in a one mile…


  • 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…


  • Save the Date! 8th Grade Information Night on Wednesday, March 4

    Save the date! 8th Grade Information Night is being held on Wednesday, March 4 at 6:30 p.m. in the Shaker High School auditorium. This event is for incoming 9th grade students and their parents. Come meet the administrators, supervisors and school counselors to learn all about courses, requirements and the first year of high school!


  • 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…


  • Statement regarding incident at Shaker High School

    On Tuesday, Feb. 11, district officials were made aware of an alleged incident at Shaker High School involving cell phone use in a restroom. A student stated he was in a bathroom stall when he noticed the person in the next stall trying to videotape him with a cellphone held under the stall divider. The…


  • High school Speech and Debate team ties for second at local tournament

    Shaker High School’s Speech and Debate team tied for second place in their tournament at Bethlehem High School over the weekend. Many of our students also placed in various categories. The teams of Lauren Curley/Katherine Conjalka and Roshni Ramesh/Hannah Lee finished second and third respectfully in public forum debate, while Vincent Zhang took home third…


  • 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…