Each of our students in grades PreK-8 created their very own quilt square with the theme of "Over in the Meadow". The squares were then sewn together into 4 beautiful quilts and are offered in an auction to benefit the Financial Aid Fund.  We raised over $1,500 for Financial Aid.

Thank you to Nancy Maynard for her commitment to the Taylor School and to our art teacher, Jenn Bassett, for inspiring our student artists.
All proceeds support the Financial Aid Fund.
The Financial Aid Fund benefits all students and families at the Susan Odell Taylor School – through tuition support for individual students; by keeping tuition costs reasonable for every student; and, most importantly, by empowering us to create a rich, diverse community of families.
The Sage kids enjoyed their special end of the year trip to Great Escape in Lake George! The trip was filled with wild rollercoaster rides and great memories!

We were all smiles for the last day of art class! The kindergarten created bees while the 1-2 class learned about the artist Iris Scott, and just like the artist, got to use their fingers to apply the paint! 

Kindergarten is continuing to learn about life cycles. They are growing their own plants and investigating the parts of a plant too. They are doing many hands-on experiments. Two of their favorite centers are the microscope center and the Flower Shop.

Reading and writing…writing and reading. The students in the 1/2 class have learned so much about reading through their writing and writing through their reading.

8th graders are busy practicing their capstone pieces for the 8th grade dinner! The 8th grade dinner is a special night to celebrate all of their accomplishments.  We can't believe the end of their time at Taylor is here! 

Math and art unite! As a part of their integers unit, students used the Cartesian coordinate system to create artwork of some of their favorite cartoon characters. 


Sage students had a great field trip to The FOCUS (Future of Cities and Urban Spaces) Lab, a new exhibition space in downtown Troy that showcases sustainable urban design solutions. The lab is run by the Future of Small Cities Institute in collaboration with the Children’s Museum at Saratoga, the City of Troy, the Downtown Troy BID, CASE, Siemens, and the RPI School of Architecture.  We were the first school group invited to tour the exhibit, “To Flow Both Ways: The Past, Present, and Future of Hudson Waterfronts,” and engage in Hands-On investigations of the Hudson River and its watershed.