Inspired by Martin Luther King Jr.'s SIX Guiding Principles, the 3-4 class created meaningful word clouds to spread the message of tolerance, acceptance, and equality.  

Arts for Little Hearts is a unique project that spreads hand-made art projects created by children, adolescents and elderly to hospitalized children all over the world. Our 7th and 8th grade students sewed and stuffed rabbits to donate to the Little Hearts project.

Our students in 5-8th grade took the leftover food from our Warm Wishes to Joseph's House. They donated oatmeal, warm breads and potatoes. The students also collected toiletries to donate to everyone at Joseph's House as part of volunteering in the community.

Students performed at Shaker Pointe at Carondelet in Watervliet. They sang holiday songs and ate lunch with the residents. The students had so much fun swapping stories and getting to know the residents.

Congratulations to our Taylor Spelling Bee winners, Lee, Aiden, and Ryan who took 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place respectively. Lee is off to Proctors Theater for the regional portion of the competition! 

Congratulations to Julia Magin for achieving the role of Oliver in the Sage Theatre Institute production of Oliver! The show will run from December 4 - 15. Tickets are available online. See "View All News" to read early press on Julia.

"Local Sixth-Grader Stars in 'Oliver!' with TIS Students, Alumni and Professionals" - Click here to read the article from The Sage Colleges.

The faculty participated in a daylong workshop with Dr. Kevin Mahoney. The workshop emphasized problem-solving and mental math strategies, as well as balancing conceptual understanding with procedural fluency. Our teachers expanded their mathematical teaching practices during this highly engaging training.

Students in the 5/6 class joined Creative Movement for Children to support Russell Sage College students in learning how to incorporate dance and movement into their teaching practice.