Information about spectators at fall athletics events

The Western Athletic Conference has announced that spectators will not be allowed at athletics events for the fall sports season. The WAC and the public health departments of Fulton, Montgomery, and Schoharie counties, have determined that fall 2020 athletics competitions will take place without spectators, a release says. “This difficult decision was made in an …

Volleyball team recognized for academic excellence

Congratulations to the DCS volleyball team for earning the 2020 Team Academic Award. The team sustained a GPA of 95.69 for the year.  The award is presented by the American Volleyball Coaches Association in conjunction with the United States Marine Corps. The association recognized that teams were unable to play this spring, but acknowledged the …

Superintendent’s Message: Opting back in, athletics, mentors & traffic

Dear DCS Community,  Students in all grades have officially returned to school. This morning, I had the pleasure of talking to some kindergartners experiencing their first day of school and I think I was as excited as they were. We might be wearing masks and sitting a little further apart, but our learning community is …

Welcome back Eagles!

Our 5th-10th grade Eagles returned to school on Wednesday, Sept. 9. We are happy to have our students back in class on campus and as remote learners. We’ll welcome back more students tomorrow and Monday. Check out our photo album on Facebook.

Welcome Back video message

The following message from Superintendent Niedermeier was sent to DCS families with a link to our Welcome Back video. We can’t wait to welcome you back to school! Dear Duanesburg students and families, This school year comes with a different type of excitement and new lessons to learn. There are some extra steps when getting …

Superintendent’s Message Aug. 27

Dear Duanesburg Central Schools Community: Next week, we will welcome our teachers back to school for our first conference day. We will be discussing safety procedures, the social and emotional well-being of students and staff, as well as the future of our district. The following week (only 13 short days away), we will begin welcoming …

Free & Reduced Price Meals program: benefits beyond nutritious meals

Parents and guardians are encouraged to apply for the confidential Free & Reduced Price Meals program, which provides free meals for all qualifying children. This program also benefits students beyond nutritious meals: participation may also provide them with fee waivers for tests, applications, scholarships and programs, including College in the High School courses. A tuition …

Jr./Sr. HS Information Guide Fall 2020

Health checks All students and staff members will be required to submit a four question self-screening questionnaire through an online web application and maintained by Capital Region BOCES each morning before coming to school. This application can be found at: https://entry.neric.org/dcs. Face Masks Staff and students in grades 2-12 will be required to wear masks …

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