BALLSTON SPA – Members of the Ballston Spa Central School District Board of Education, staff and administrators said goodbye to outgoing district Superintendent Dr. Joseph Dragone during Wednesday’s board meeting.
BALLSTON SPA – Local students recently donated the funds collected through the annual Penny Harvest program to eight local non-profit organizations.
BALLSTON SPA – Ballston Spa Central School District fall student athletes and staff members received recognition during Wednesday’s regular Board of Education meeting. Before recognizing individual teams and athletes, Athletic Director Dave Sunkes announced that all nine of the district’s fall varsity sports teams were named New York State Scholar Athlete Teams. The distinction is…
BALLSTON SPA – District officials went with a familiar face in picking the new principal for Wood Road Elementary School.
Students in the Ballston Spa Central School District have donated $73,105 during the past nine years to local nonprofit organizations through participation in an annual Penny Harvest program.
ALBANY — New York State Sen. Hugh T. Farley, R, C, I-Schenectady, met with students from Wood Road Elementary School on Wednesday, May 11, 2016, when they visited Albany to tour the capitol.
BALLSTON SPA — The Ballston Spa Education Foundation recently presented grant awards to educators in the Ballston Spa Central School District. This year’s grant awards, which totaled over $10,700, included funds to support a second-grade play at Wood Road Elementary School, a laser cutter for the Ballston Spa High School technology department and a Little…
Ballston Spa elementary school students certainly got a treat last week when they received a visit from anti-bullying children’s author Susanne Gervay. Gervay, who arrived in New York from her native Australia last month for a three week book tour, is on a mission to show kids that they hold the power to end to bullying.
BALLSTON SPA-The Ballston Spa Board of Education has hired two new teachers and continued to hear leadership team reports from district schools at its Wednesday night meeting.