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  • NCCSD Closed – Tuesday, March 14: No remote learning; all district closure.

    Dear North Colonie Community, All the area forecasters are predicting a major winter storm that is expected to impact our area throughout the day. The combination of heavy, wet snow and high winds makes this a particular dangerous storm, and in her press conference yesterday morning, Governor Hochul emphasized the possibility of “widespread power outages…


  • Forts Ferry Serves Up Breakfast; Hosts Officials Who Laud Importance of Feeding Students

    Let’s keep the momentum going NCCSD families! There was an increased number of breakfast trays filled in most North Colonie schools during National School Breakfast Week March 6-10. But the importance of having a healthy start and filling those students’ stomachs every school day, every week was emphasized by a slate of officials during a March…


  • Introduction to 23-24 Budget Provided at First in Series of Meetings to Discuss Funding

    PLEASE NOTE: The schedule (dates and locations) for the remaining 2023-24 Budget Meetings has changed. This web story was updated 3-27-23 to reflect those changes. The annual series of committee meetings to develop the NCCSD 2023-24 budget kicked off March 6.  “This is an important process and an opportunity to share ideas,” Superintendent Kathleen Skeals…


  • Panorama Family Survey: Your Insights Are Appreciated

    Dear North Colonie families, I wanted to take a moment to express my gratitude for your participation in the North Colonie Panorama  family and community survey. Your feedback is extremely important to us as we strive to continually improve our programs and services for our students and families. Your insights and comments will help us…


  • Message from Superintendent Kathleen Skeals

    Dear NCCSD Families – This morning, a few members of the central office administrative team received an email with a non-specific threat. We immediately notified the Colonie Police, who commenced an investigation. According to law enforcement, this identical message, which did not target any specific building or person, has also gone to several other school…


  •  FROM THE OFFICE SUPERINTENDENT KATHLEEN SKEALS Let’s Dig In To School Breakfast! School breakfast offers a variety of tasty & nutritious foods each day – check out the menus! NC Kids Care: February Honorees – SMS’s Shreya and Zohal They bring “positive energy and passion” to Change Makers Club Budget Committee Meetings Kickoff March 6 …


  • Let’s Dig In! National School Breakfast Week: March 6-10 

    No better time to try a school breakfast than during National School Breakfast Week! Please take a moment with your student this weekend to review the menus and pick a day – or two! – to try out a school breakfast: Elementary Breakfast Middle School Breakfast High School Breakfast (NOTE: Some elementary schools will have…


  • Feb. 28 is Rare Disease Day 

    There are approximately 7,000 rare diseases and conditions. Each affects fewer than 200,000 Americans. People who are our students, families, neighbors and fellow members of the North Colonie CSD. Feb. 28, 2023 is Rare Disease Day and NCCSD parent, Nicole Casale is working to raise awareness about the day, and about galactosemia. Her son Joseph,…


  • Tuesday, Feb. 28: Two-Hour Delay; No AM BOCES

    The North Colonie CSD is operating under a two-hour delayed start. There is no AM BOCES.


  • Important Message from Superintendent Kathleen Skeals

    Dear North Colonie Families, As you are likely aware, the Capital Region is under a Winter Storm Warning, with snow and poor driving conditions forecasted to begin Monday evening and continue into Tuesday. As we shared in a message to families earlier this winter, we have already used two snow days and are at the…