Stephen and Harriet Myers Middle School
Elbel Court, Albany, NY 12209
(click here for directions)
Phone: (518) 475-6425
Fax: (518) 475-6427
Malik Jones, Principal
Allisen Brodie, Assistant
Board appoints new assistant principal
The City School
District of Albany Board of Education on Thursday
appointed a veteran teacher as assistant principal at
Stephen and Harriet Myers Middle School.
Allisen Brodie starts her new post on
She replaces Timitra Rose, who became an
assistant principal at Edmund J. O'Neal Middle School of
Brodie joined the district in 2014 as
a teacher at William S. Hackett Middle School. Before
that, she taught elementary school at Rensselaer Park
Elementary School in Lansingburgh and Henry Johnson
Charter School. She also served as a building substitute
teacher at Giffen Memorial Elementary School, an
elementary teacher at Round Hill Elementary School and a
middle-school teacher in Washingtonville Middle School.
She earned her bachelor’s degree at
SUNY Oneonta, a master’s degree from the University at
Albany and her administrative certification from
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.
Please join us in welcoming her to
School day begins:
School day ends:
and sports programs end: 4 or 5 p.m., depending
on the program.
Friday, Nov. 9
-- First quarter ends
- Monday, Nov. 12
- No school, Veterans
- Modified winter
- Tuesday, Nov. 13
-- 2019-20 Albany High School academy
lottery applications due
- Wednesday, Nov. 14
-- Early dismissal, 1:30 p.m.
- Thursday, Nov. 15
- Parent University,
- PBIS Fun Night,
- Monday, Nov. 19
-- PTSA meeting, 6:30 p.m.
- Wednesday, Nov. 21
-- No school for students, Parent-Teacher
- Thursday, Nov.
22-Friday, Nov. 23 -- No school,
2018-19 news and
Early dismissal on Nov. 14 --
Students at Stephen and Harriet Myers Middle School
will dismiss early on Wednesday, Nov. 14 so that all
staff may attend professional development training.
here to learn more in a letter from Principal
Sixth-graders to see schedule change
-- Starting Nov. 13, sixth-grade students will see a
change in their schedules. The change involves the
Computer-Assisted Instruction Class currently
offered each day.
here for more information from Principal Malik
Scheduling changes for students --
Some students at Stephen and Harriet Myers Middle
School had changes in their class schedules
beginning Tuesday, Sept. 18. There were changes
at all grade levels, but not all students were
read this letter from Principal Jennifer
Chatain, which also was sent home with all students
Friday, Sept. 14. All students received a new
schedule in school on the morning of Sept. 18, even
if their schedule was unchanged. We also sent
home a copy of each student's schedule on the
afternoon of Sept. 18. Please contact Principal
Chatain or your student's guidance counselor if you
have any additional questions -- (518) 475-6425.
It was a beautiful night for the 'Evening in the
Garden' open house.
Check out a Facebook photo album from the event.
You don’t need a Facebook account to view the
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Curriculum guide for middle school
As we start
the 2018-19 school year, check out the City School
District of Albany’s new middle-school curriculum
guide. It’s a comprehensive overview of what
students and families can expect in each grade at
Edmund J. O’Neal Middle School of Excellence,
Stephen and Harriet Myers Middle School and William
S. Hackett Middle School.
has aligned its curriculum and course offerings at
all three schools this year. If you were not able to
attend the recent orientation programs at each
middle school, you can
download a guide here or pick one up from your
child’s guidance counselor at school.
If you have
any questions about the middle-school curriculum or
experience, please contact your building principal.
You also can contact Assistant Superintendent for
Secondary Instruction Lori McKenna at (518) 475-6012
About Myers Middle School
The school is named after abolitionists
Stephen and Harriet Myers, who lived in Albany from the
1830s through the 1850s. The Myerses played an important
role in helping hundreds of African-Americans gain
freedom in the Albany area via the Underground Railroad.
Click here to learn more.
Constructed in 2005 through the City
School District of Albany’s facilities project, Myers
Middle School is a modern three-story, 140,000-square
foot facility. The school contains 24 general-education
classrooms, six special-education classrooms, six
science rooms with prep space, cutting-edge technology
classrooms, modern family and consumer science
classrooms, two art classrooms with kiln and storage and
music, choral and band room.
Absence from school
If your child is
absent from school for any reason, call the school at
(518) 475-6425 during the morning, and provide a written
excuse when your child returns to school.
Middle-school enrollment -- Myers feeder schools
School District of Albany uses a
feeder enrollment model for students at
Myers Middle School,
Edmund J. O'Neal Middle of Excellence and
William S. Hackett Middle School.
graduating from the following elementary schools attend Myers
School of Humanities (ASH)
Memorial Elementary School
Montessori Magnet School
Hills Elementary School