Board of Education Holds Annual Organizational Meeting

The Saratoga Springs Board of Education conducted an annual organizational meeting on July 8, 2024. Watch the meeting recording through youtube. During the meeting, Dr. Deborah Amory, Matthew Kopans, and Dr. Connie Woytowich took the oath of office to serve three-year terms as Board of Education members.  Additionally, the board elected Anjeanette Emeka to serve as president and Tony Krackeler to serve as vice president of the Board of …

Educators Awarded Saratoga Schools Education Foundation Grants

Three SSCSD educators have been awarded Saratoga Schools Education Foundation Grants. Congratulations to Kelsey Allen, Meredith Kerr, and Alyssa Witcher for receiving funding for their innovative projects! Adaptive Bikes for Secondary Physical Education Classes This grant is jointly funded with $3,000 from the Saratoga Schools Education Foundation and $2,500 from Saratoga Shredders and the Dake …

Free Summer Meals Available for Students

Students can enjoy free summer meals from Monday to Friday, from July 8 through August 16. Meals will be served from the SSCSD food truck at Maple Avenue Middle School from 10:30 to 11:00 a.m. and at Jefferson Terrace from 11:15 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. each day. Don’t miss out on this opportunity!

Class of 2024 Celebrates Commencement

The Saratoga Springs High School Commencement Ceremony was held on Wednesday, June 26 at Saratoga Performing Arts Center. We are so proud of each of the 448 members of the Class of 2024 who graduated. During the event, attendees heard from student speakers, Adam Brown and Jaden Calderon, class president Matthew DiGeso, and student council president …

Legacy Capital Project Work Scheduled For Summer 2024

As part of the legacy capital project, approved by residents in 2020, improvements and renovations will be made to all eight school buildings and the transportation facility over the next several years.  The project will create energy and operational efficiencies throughout the District as well as protect the community’s long-term investment in our school facilities. …

District Safety Plan Open for Public Comment

The safety of our school community is always the district’s number one priority.  In accordance with state regulations, school districts are required to develop districtwide safety plans. Districtwide safety plans provide broad concepts, policies, and procedures, including the number and types of safety drills to be completed each year.   The district invites members of …

View the Community Events & Information Page

Looking for fun activities for your kids? Check out our community events and activities section of the website.  You will find community events, summer programs,  and activities from community organizations.

Early Dismissal for Grades K-8 on Thursday, June 20

Due to the heat advisory, the district has decided to dismiss elementary and middle school students early on Thursday, June 20.  Maple Avenue Middle School students will be dismissed at 12:30 p.m. and lunch will be served before dismissal. The 8th grade moving-up ceremonies will proceed as scheduled in the air-conditioned auditorium.  Elementary School students …

Tenure Recipients Celebrated at Reception

Congratulations to the following staff who were recognized at the June 6, 2024 tenure reception: Administrative: Abigail Adams-Snell Caroline Street: Benjamin Quinones and Sandra Mahoney Division Street: Stephanie Landman Dorothy Nolan: Bridget Kolakowski Geyser Road Patricia Bateman, Kristen Burke, Julia Marino, and Anastasia Sperry Greenfield: Rita Rhodes and Samantha Jacksland Lake Avenue: Erin Griep and …

CIAC Athletic Program Review Report

The district engaged the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC) to conduct an athletic program review from February to May 2024. This comprehensive five-month review was based on CIAC standards and included a self-study of our athletic program, surveys and focus groups with coaches, student-athletes, and parents/guardians, as well as a tour of our school facilities.  …