Times Union reported Oct. 31 on the Albany High
School football team's
win at Lansingburgh to close out the season
and coach Jon McClement's five-year tenure.
Several local TV stations covered the Oct. 24 announcement of the
district's partnership with CDPHP, the Albany Police Department and
Albany PAL on
an anti-bullying poster contest for fourth- and fifth-graders:
Times Union reported Oct. 23 on the first of two
public forums for the four candidates running for Board of Education
seats in the November elections.
Several local media outets reported Oct. 22-23 regarding
of a student in the evening program at Abrookin Career and
Technical Center. Albany police found a gun in his possession when
they came to school to arrest him on an unrelated matter.
Several local media outlets reported on the district's Oct. 22
an independent audit regarding billing and payment for a
New Scotland Elementary School fourth-grader Olivia Penna was
recognized Oct. 22 as the grand-prize winner in this year's
Times Union Halloween Story Contest.
CBS6Albany previewed Albany High School's College
Readiness Day on Oct. 14. You also can
visit our District News section to read more.
WNYT/Ch. 13 and
YNN/Ch. 9 covered Mayor Kathy Sheehan's Oct. 14 launch
of the City of Albany's eighth annual Cash for Coats campaign. The
effort helps send thousands of coats and other winter clothing items
to school-age children throughout the city each year.
The TImes Union reported Oct. 4 about
the discussion at the Oct. 2 Board of Education meeting regarding
the planning process for the future of Albany High School.
YNN/Ch. 9 provided coverage of the Sept. 28 Albany
Booster Club Falcon 5K and Fun Run/Walk in Washington Park. The
second annual event drew more than 500 participants.
Sept. 25 Times Union included
coverage of the Albany Marching Falcons' planned trip to Ireland to
perform in the 2015 St. Patrick's Day Parade in Dublin. You also can
visit our District News section to find out how to support the
Marching Falcons' fundraising efforts for the trip.
Times Union reported on its website Sept. 19 about
the public hearing held the previous night regaridng
Sept. 18 Times Union included
coverage of the Board of Education's discussions regarding potential
plans to renovate Albany High School.
Sept. 17 Times Union
featured North Albany Academy in a story about the annual
Dads Take Your Child to School Day.
YNN/Ch. 9 also reported on "Dads Day" with a
visit to Delaware Community School on Sept. 16 (log-in required to
view video). You can
visit our Facebook page to check out Dads Day photos from
Delaware and Eagle Point Elementary School.
CBS6Albany reported Sept. 16 on the launch of a
statewide initiative to increase student attendance at school. The
effort by the New York State Council on Children and Families
featured seven students from Delaware Community School and Thomas
O'Brien Academy of Science and Tehcnology (TOAST).
Visit our District News section to read more.
Sept. 5 Times Union featured
first-year Eagle Point Elementary School teacher Christina Hannah in
its back-to-school coverage.
WTEN/Ch. 10 featured Albany High School on the first
day of the 2014-15 school year, highlighting the school's Freshman
Falcons First Day to help ninth-graders with the transition to high
Sept. 4 Times Union included
the City School District of Albany in a regional look at how school
districts communicate with families.
The front page of the Capital Region
section in the July 10 Times Union
featured photos of the City School District of Albany's summer meals
program, and The Boys and Girls Club of Albany's free summer camp.
You can view the photos online among others in the
Capital Region photos gallery (photos 27-29 on July 10).
Times Union reported on the City School District
of Albany's 2014 Hall of Fame inductees July 9.
CBS6Albany featured the City School District of
Albany's summer meals program July 7. The program provides free
breakfast and lunch to anyone 18 years or younger at 12 district
Visit our District News section for more information.
July 3 Times Union included a
story about teen-agers from across the country spending the week
(June 29-July 5) participating in in the Albany Workcamp, a
community service project in which the teens worked on minor home
repairs and painting projects in the South End. Stephen and Harriet
Myers Middle School provided a home to the campers during their
The July 3 edition of the
Times Union including photo coverage of Albany
High School's June 29 graduation ceremonies. The newspaper also
additional photos online June 30.
You also can
media coverage of Albany's public schools in past years at the following