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Art students in Mrs Ryan's art class demonstrate their Veeder pride.

Veeder Summer Pen Pals Get Together

Posted August 21, 2017

Mrs. Backus, Veeder Elementary School Kindergarten teacher, met up with eight of the 11 pen pals she had this summer. full story

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)

Veeder 2017-18 School Supply Lists

Posted June 23, 2017

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

Melvin the Magician Entertains Kindergarteners

Posted June 15, 2017

Veeder Elementary School Kindergarten classes enjoyed the magician talent of Melvin the Magician. full story

CMOST Teaches Third Graders How to Make Ice Cream

Posted June 15, 2017

The Children's Museum Of Science and Technology (CMOST) visited Mrs. Ripps' third grade class this spring to show the children how ice cream is made. full story