RCS musicians hit the high notes at NYSSMA festivals

Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk students prepared musical performances at various levels of difficulty, I-VI, for multiple New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) festivals. This includes 24 10th and 11th grade students who performed at the highest All State Level. The vast majority of RCS students received top ratings – Excellent and Outstanding scores at levels I-IV and …

Aquatics Center to reopen April 22

The RCS Aquatics Center will be operating on our regular schedule beginning Monday, April 22. The pool was closed due to concerns over the presence of low-level electrical voltage in pool area. School officials immediately closed the pool and the district began working with an electrician, a third-party electrical engineer and National Grid to identify and …

Two seniors honored with leadership awards

Samantha Baker and Christopher Miller were selected by their high school physical education teachers to receive recognition at the NYSAHPERD Secondary Leadership Awards Banquet. Baker and Miller were nominated for demonstrating a high level of physical performance in PE class, high scholastic achievement, exceptional leadership qualities and outstanding service to the school or town community. …

A.W. Becker wins grant, students can bowl free this summer

In hopes of allowing her students to participate in some alternative extracurricular opportunities during the summer, A.W. Becker Principal Debra Neubart applied to the Kids Bowl Free Program at Del Lanes in Delmar. Months later Neubart received a surprise phone call from the organization informing her that the school was chosen to receive $1,000 grant …

Three RCS students chosen to perform with prestigious area ensemble

Three RCS High School students performed in concert with the area’s most prestigious professional wind and percussion ensemble, the Capital Region Wind Ensemble. On Sunday, March, 24, senior Kaylee Eacho (flute) and sophomores Jared Lamson (clarinet) and Tyler Levine (trumpet) took to the stage in the Carl Taylor Auditorium of Schenectady County Community College to …

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