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Welcome to Saugerties Central School District


We, the Board of Education, staff, students, parents, and community share responsibility for meeting the needs of students living in a rapidly changing, pluralistic society. We endeavor to create an atmosphere where people are accepted as individuals in a safe environment that fosters self-discipline, mutual respect, cooperation, and academic excellence.

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News and Announcements

Student work on a No Name-Calling project on his desktop computer

Saugerties kicked off their own NNCW campaign for Grade 8 students in Ian Cooper’s Desktop Publishing class earlier this week. A social worker and a guidance counselor visited each class to discuss different social injustices and school climate. Students were then encouraged to use their desktop publishing skills to create posters that showed why it is so important to eliminate name-calling. 

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U.S. Presidential Scholar nominee and Saugerties senior Shaan Sekhon with Saugerties High School principal Tim Reid.

The Saugerties Central School District is proud to announce that high school senior Shaan Sekhon has been selected from a competitive pool of candidates as one of the 25 students nominated by New York State Education Commissioner and Chief State School Officer (CSSO) Betty Rosa to be considered for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program recognition—one of the nation’s highest honors for high school students.

Read More about Saugerties Central School District Teen Nominated for Prestigious U.S. Presidential Scholars Program

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