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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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Advisory Committee gets budget, fund balance overview

Superintendent Dr. Carol Pallas and Business Administrator Joe Lenz gave a budgeting primer and an in depth look at fund balance to the Schalmont Budget Advisory Committee when it convened its first meeting recently. Read more about Schalmont's budget.

Mrs. Ryder's government class tours the Capitol

At the end of October, Mrs. Ryder's government classes toured the NYS Capitol. Read more about the tour.

SMS students honor veterans

Schalmont Middle School was honored to partner with Charter Communications, the History Channel, and Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara’s office to host area veterans at Schalmont Middle School. Read more about the ceremony.

Sabres football players make strides for cancer

The Schalmont boys varsity football team raised more than $3,000 at the Making Strides Breast Cancer Walk on October 15 in Washington Park. Read more about the walk.

Schalmont High students raise more than $900 for hurricane relief

The Schalmont community pitched in for hurricane relief in the weeks leading up to Homecoming. Read more about the fundraiser.

Couldn't make it to High School Open House? We have you covered!

If you were unable to attend our High School Open House, or just want a refresher, we have all the information you need to start the year right. Click here for more open house information.

Makerspace 2017-18 schedule available

Schalmont Middle School Makerspace has a number of amazing events and activities planned for the 2017-18 school year. Click here for a schedule of events

Registration underway for Fall Adult Education classes

Women's self-defense, retirement planning and oil painting are just some of the nearly 60 adult education courses scheduled this fall. Printed course guides have been mailed to all homes in the district. You can also download a copy and register online.  Don't miss out on this chance to learn something new... Sign up today!

Attendance Matters - A letter from the Superintendent

We are off to a great start to the 2017-18 school year, but, even in these early days, some students may be heading toward academic trouble because they are missing too many days of school. Read the rest of the letter

Santabarbara fills vacant Board of Education seat

The Schalmont Central School District Board of Education has selected Angelo D. Santabarbara to fill the vacant position on the board for the rest of the 2017-18 school year. Read more about Santabarbara

Letter to Community from Schalmont Superintendent on 2017-18 school year

It's hard to believe that it is almost time to start another school year! The 2017-18 academic year gets underway Thursday, Sept. 7 for grades 1-12 and Friday, Sept. 8 for our kindergarten students. Between now and then, our staff is busy preparing for another great year! Click here to read the full letter from Dr. Carol Pallas

Schalmont CSD Tax Levy and Tax Rates for 2017-18

The Board of Education has approved the Tax Warrant for the 2017-18 school year that includes a 1.46% tax levy increase, which is exactly what the district’s voters had approved at the budget vote on May 16, 2017. Click here to see the new tax rates for property owners in each town in the Schalmont School District

Letter to Parents from Jefferson Elementary School

Welcome back to Jefferson Elementary School! We would like to extend a special welcome to each of our 120 new kindergarten students. For students in first grade through fourth grade, our first day of school is scheduled for Thursday, September 7, 2017. Click here to read the full letter

Letter from Schalmont High School Principal to parents

High School Principal Imran Abbasi shares some updates with parents ahead of the start of the 2017-18 school year  Click here to read the full letter