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Mrs. Wagner posing with 2 students

Alexandra Wagner, Kindergarten teacher at Saddlewood Elementary School, was honored with the Kenneth L. Coons Teacher of Excellence Award 2017. full story

Letter to Parents About Upcoming Saddlewood Administrative Changes

Posted August 10, 2017

Following is a letter to Saddlewood Elementary School parents regarding upcoming changes in administration at the school. letter (pdf)

Summer Reading Information

Posted June 23, 2017

Summer is here and we at South Colonie Central Schools hope that all students will engage in reading throughout the summer. This year we are excited to launch a new Summer Reading structure for K-8. Students in K-8 can read any type of text they choose! We encourage students to explore a variety of texts including, but not limited to, books, newspapers, magazines, articles, audio books, and more! We have created a list of websites for students to visit if they are interested in suggested titles. Our librarians are also available to help! Have a super summer and keep reading! more information (pdf)

Saddlewood 2017-18 School Supply Lists

Posted June 23, 2017

The 2017-18 school supply lists are now posted. view lists (pdf)

Norton CapCom Make a Difference Award Winner

Posted June 20, 2017

Congratulations to Saddlewood Elementary School teacher Sarah Norton for being recognized as a 2017 CapCom Making a Difference Award winner. This award recognizes educators for making an outstanding commitment to their students. Mrs. Norton will receive a $500 award to help support supplies and programs in her classroom.