Transportation forms due
School District of Albany families
who moved during the school year or
have children changing schools need
to turn in transportation
applications by Friday to assure
that their children will have
transportation on the first day of
Click here to learn whether you
need to submit a transportation
application and for more
information, including application
forms to download.
The first day
of school is Sept. 6 for
prekindergarten-grade 9 and Sept. 7
for grades 10-12.
2018-19 calendar available
2018-19 City School District of
Albany wall calendar is available
Keep an eye out for print copies
arriving to homes across the city
You can learn more about the
exceptional students featured in
this year’s calendar
2018-19 Code of Conduct
2018-19 edition of the Student Code
of Conduct is now available
here. Keep an eye out for print
copies as well, which will be
arriving to families across the city
in the coming weeks.
take some time to review the code
with your children, and feel free to
contact the Office of Pupil
Personnel Services with any
questions at (518) 475-6130.
Delaware's new assistant
The Board of Education has appointed Amelia
Gallagher to assume the role of assistant principal at Delaware
Community School effective Aug. 27.
joins the City School District of
Albany after having served in an
administrative capacity at Albany’s
LaSalle School since 2016.
Previously she supervised special
(WSWHE) BOCES, after having spent
nearly 15 years working in guidance
as both a counselor and then
2018-19 school supply lists
lists for the upcoming 2018-19 school year are now available. In
addition to being listed here, supply
lists can be found at the top of each school's individual page.
If you have any questions about your
child's supply list, please feel
free to contact their school.
For students in prekindergarten
through grade 9, the school year
will begin Thursday, Sept. 6. For
students in grades 10-12, the school
year will begin Friday, Sept. 7.
Relax with a book: Summer
is a great time to relax with a good
book -- or several good books!
Summer reading supports and builds
on lessons of the previous school
year and prepares students for
success in the coming year.
is required for high-school students
and encouraged for middle- and
elementary-school students. (MORE)
Important update on student
New York has changed
the timing of required student physicals and the forms that health
providers must complete.
As of July 1, state law requires
public school students to have a
health physical when they:
Enter school as a new student
Enter prekindergarten or
Enter grades 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 and 11
Hall of Fame Induction
reservations due by Sept. 1
The City School
District of Albany will induct the
six members of the Hall of Fame
Class of 2018 during Homecoming
Weekend in September. The annual
induction dinner is Friday, Sept. 21
at the Italian-American Community
Center, 257 Washington Ave.
Extension, beginning at 6 p.m.
reservations for the dinner are due
by Friday, Sept. 1.
Please visit our Hall of Fame
section to download a
reservation form and read more about
the members of the Class of 2018.
Free summer meals for kids
at 11 Albany public schools
The City School District of Albany once again is participating in the
Summer Food Service Program, with free meals for all children 18 and
under at 11 schools across the city.
The program serves breakfast and
lunch and will operate at the
following district schools. Programs
run Monday through Friday during the
District fills Albany High
of Education has appointed two veteran
educators to fill administrative
vacancies at Albany High School.
W. Gilmour III will assume the role
of vice principal at Albany High,
filling a vacancy created when Jodi
Commerford was appointed principal
earlier this year.
district math teacher Nicole L.
Newman was appointed assistant house
principal of Leadership Academy. (MORE)