Inclusive School Environments: Improving Outcomes for Students with and without Disabilities On Tuesday, September 12th, two graduated student leaders from Unified Champion Schools took part in a panel at the Brookings Institute in Washington DC. Joe Pignatelli and Cassandra Jones (graduates of Mechanicville & Gates-Chili High Schools, respectively) joined with Dr. Tim
June 14, 2017- The Class of 2017 took a trip down memory lane as they walked through where it all began. Students and staff lined the halls at the elementary school, cheering and clapping for the graduates as they made their rounds one last time. Best of luck, Class of 2017! And remember, Mechanicville will always be your home!
May 16, 2017 - Mechanicville City School District voters approved the 2017-18 school budget Tuesday night, with 72% percent of voters supporting the $25,480,499 spending plan. “I’d like to thank the district residents for coming out to vote today. The results show that our community values education and opportunities for our students,” Superintendent Dr. Michael J.
May 12, 2017- The 3rd Annual Collaborative Art Show will take place on Tuesday, May 16 from 5-7 p.m. in the elementary school art room! Come see all of the fun sea creature art work!
Apr. 7, 2017- My second- and fourth-grade sons are currently participating in an after-school art program at their elementary school. After each class, they share funny anecdotes about something one of the other kids said or did. And each Tuesday, they are excited to go to school because they know they have art after school. This is significant because most school mornings I have to drag
March 7, 2017 - Ms. Dollard and Mr. Moffitt’s Journalism and Broadcasting class released the first edition of "The Raider Review" on Thursday, March 2. This edition includes a movie review on “The Space Between Us,” staff spotlights, ideas on how to ask a date to prom, motivational quotes, and much more! Download a copy of the 3/2/17 version below!
Oct. 25, 2016- On Tuesday, Oct. 25 Assemblywoman Carrie Woerner visited Mechanicville City School District. This past spring Woerner was responsible for securing $100,000 in state “bullet aid” funding for the district. The additional aid will allow the district to continue providing quality services for our students. Thank you, Assemblywoman Woerner! (L to R: