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Shalmont Central School District
Dr. Carol Pallas
Superintendent
4 Sabre Drive
Schenectady, NY 12306
Phone: 518.355.9200
Fax: 518.355.9203
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Is a career in education for you?

Schalmont High School Science Teacher Rebecca Remis will join other education professionals at teacher recruitment expo at Shenendehowa High School on Wednesday, June 13, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. If you like like working with students of all ages and believe you have what it takes to inspire all students to learn join Mrs. Remis and other seasoned teachers to hear about why they love what they do. Click here for more information.

image says thank you with sabre shieldSchalmont voters approve 2018-19 budget

Voters have approved the $48,636,823 budget for the 2018-19 school year, with 517 votes in favor and 257 against.
The bus purchase proposition has also passed 502 to243.
The proposition to build a transportation facility on the middle/high school campus instead of repairing the old facility has passed, 466 to 308.
The proposition establish a capital reserve fund has passed, 536 to 239.
Congratulations to Angelo Santabarbara and Kate Kruk for being elected to three-year terms on the Board of Education.
“I want to thank the Schalmont community for supporting our district’s programs,” Said Superintendent Dr. Carol A. Pallas. “We are dedicated to the academic and financial well-being of this community.”

2018-19 School Calendar

When is the first day of school? Spring break? Graduation? The answers to these questions and more on the 2018-19 calendar [PDF].

SAA contract provides savings while benefitting members

The Board of Education and the Schalmont Administrators Association have reached a three-year agreement that both parties believe is fair and fiscally responsible to Schalmont taxpayers. Read more about the SAA contract.

High, middle schools conduct successful lockdown drill

The Schalmont Central School District, in conjunction with Rotterdam Police Department, conducted a successful lockdown drill at the middle school/high school campus this morning, Monday, March 5. Read more about school safety.

Board decides not to offer Alternative Veterans Tax Exemption

The Schalmont Central School District Board of Education decided at its Feb. 26 to not offer the Alternative Veterans Tax Exemption for the coming year. Read more about the board's decision.

From the Superintendent: The safety of our children is always our No. 1 priority

Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to the community of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. When a tragedy such as the shooting in Parkland, Florida occurs, it forces us to reflect on what we can learn and remind ourselves of what we currently have in place. Read more from the superintendent.