President Enders heads to Washington

DCS senior Aidan Enders is headed to Washington, D.C., later this week to meet with national leaders about career and technical education Aidan, who studies diesel technology at the Capital Region BOCES Career & Technical School in Albany, is president of the 12,000-member New York State SkillsUSA organization. At the organization’s Washington Leadership Training Institute (WLTI) Sept. …

Celebrating years in education

Principal Conover kicked off the year with a first day of school photo-salute to her staff showing how many years they’ve worked in education. View the photo album on Facebook @DuanesburgCSD. Melinda Stecher marked five years when she started with her kindergarten class this fall. Visit our Facebook album to see more staff photos.  

Eagles run strong

Eagles run strong: DCS senior Andrew Dresher won the small school division at the Queensbury Cross Country Invitational on Sept. 14 by one second, with a time of 16:22. Sophomore Jessica Archambeault led DCS’s girls team with a time of 24:40, and 8th grader Alison Bates was 2nd on the team with a time of …

Come learn with us!

DCS is proud to partner with the YMCA, community members and staff to offer the following Continuing Education classes this fall.  Community Zumba – Four-week session Wednesdays, Oct. 2-23, 6:30-7:30 p.m., Duanesburg YMCA – Free for Y Members, $40 for Non-members Join the community and learn the fine art of Zumba. This class fuses Latin …

Board of Education message about Superintendent’s new position

Dear Community Members, We have been informed by Superintendent Frank Macri that he has accepted a new position as superintendent of the Voorheesville Central School District, pending appointment by that district’s Board on Sept. 9, with anticipated departure from DCS in mid-December. Mr. Macri lives with his family in Voorheesville and his children attend the …

Welcome back!

Duanesburg Elementary and High School welcomed back grades 1-12 students on Thursday, Sept. 5. Our kindergartners and pre-K learners return tomorrow. Visit our Facebook page for a photo album.

Bus runs are a work in progress

DCS is changing the way children will be bused to and from school in order to create age-appropriate bus runs. We are creating these runs to provide a better environment for all students. Learning and social-emotional growth happen beyond the walls of the classroom and school building – students learn and grow on the bus, …

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