Revised 2024-25 District Calendar Approved

At the March 4, 2024 Board of Education meeting, the Voorheesville Board of Education approved the Revised 2024-25 District Calendar.  Printable 2024-2025 District Calendar Here are some important days for the coming school year: September 2 – Labor Day September 3-4 – Superintendent Conference Days September 5 – First Day of School October 3 – …

VCSD students explore careers in mental health

The Voorheesville Guidance and Counseling Center recently organized a Career Cafe at the Jr./Sr. High School, focusing on careers in the mental health field. The event allowed students to discover career opportunities and ask questions during a lunch that the district’s food services department catered. During Career Cafe events, professionals share their knowledge for 25 …

Clayton A. Bouton Second Quarter Honor Roll

Congratulations to Clayton A. Bouton High School students who made honor rolls for the second quarter of the 2023-24 school year. HONOR ROLL/HIGH HONOR ROLL Honor Roll/High Honor Roll is determined by quarterly averages. A student on Honor Roll has achieved an average of 85.00 or higher in the quarter. A student on High Honor …

From Campus to Career: VCSD Graduate Shares Job Success Story

VCSD recently received an update on graduate Chris Zautner’s career success. Through a partnership with Capital Region BOCES, Zautner attended the Manufacturing and Machining Technology program and graduated in 2019. Now, he is employed with Schenectady manufacturer Package One. “Because of the (BOCES) manufacturing program, I was able to get a job right out of …

Public Hearing on Tax Exemptions is Scheduled

  LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Public Hearings on the modification of the Property Tax Exemption under Real Property Tax Law Sections 459 and 467, for eligible seniors and persons with physical disabilities, the adoption of the Property Tax Exemption under Real Property Tax Law Section 466-a, for eligible volunteer …

Clayton A. Bouton Student Nominated to U.S. Presidential Scholars Program

Senior Vincent Coppola has been nominated for the 2024 Presidential Scholar program, according to the New York State Department of Education. The White House Commission on Presidential Scholars selects scholars based on academic success, artistic excellence, essays, school evaluations, transcripts, evidence of community service, leadership, and demonstrated commitment to high ideals.  New York State Board …

When to Keep a Child Home with Illness

It can be difficult for a parent or guardian to decide whether to send children to school when they wake up with symptoms of an illness or complaints that they do not feel well. Regular school attendance is the key to a student’s success. However, there are times when students will benefit from staying at …

Spotlight on Career and Technical Education

Voorheesville students attending Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical Education are gaining expertise and preparing for careers in Automotive, Building Trades, Electrical, Fashion and more. With an emphasis on hands-on learning, students are mastering essential skills for in-demand careers. Here are some VCSD student observations about what they have been learning this year and their …

VCSD students explore careers with the FBI

Voorheesville students interested in knowing more about working for the FBI recently met with local field agents and staff to learn about their careers. The Voorheesville Guidance and Counseling Center organized a Career Cafe at the Jr./Sr. High School this fall. The event allowed students to discover career opportunities and ask questions during a lunch …

VCSD EXPANDS SAFETY INITIATIVE TO PROTECT CHILDREN AT SCHOOL BUS STOPS

Voorheesville Central School District (VCSD) has partnered with BusPatrol to modernize school bus fleets with advanced safety technology to tackle the illegal passing of stopped school buses.  It is illegal to pass a stopped school bus in New York State. Traffic approaching from either direction must stop for a stopped school bus with its red …

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