Facilities/Visitation Commitee Meeting
Conference Call at 4:PM, Wednesday, June 3, 2020
Agenda includes: Capital Outlay Project, Captital Project Planning
With questions regarding agenda: Call in number will be announced day of meeting.
Regular School Board Meeting
Tuesday, June 9, 2020, @ 6:30 PM.
High School Library Computer Lab
Virtual Meeting available for viewing online.
Children who are eligible for Pre-K (4 years of age on or before December 1, 2020) or Kindergarten (5 years of age on or before December 1, 2020), parents are encouraged to register their child with the District. If you have any questions, please call 845-247-6500 ext. 9211.
Dear Saugerties Community, May 30th, 2020
As we notified you previously, the Governor has required that this year’s annual budget vote and election be held via absentee ballot only. The District contracted with NTS to print and mail its absentee ballots. On Friday, May 29th, we were notified that NTS has had a major supply issue as it did not receive the shipment of envelopes it expected to receive last week. As a result, the absentee ballots for many districts, including ours, have not yet been mailed out.
There is still time for the ballots to be mailed. NTS is working to resolve this issue and the District is working on a contingency plan should the supply chain issue not be resolved. We will update the District’s website as soon as ballots have been mailed. We will also be making arrangements to allow for physical drop off of ballots prior to June 9th, as well as on June 9th.
Additional information on that process will be forthcoming. We will continue to work with NTS, as well as local and state officials, to resolve this issue and ensure the integrity of our vote process.
Thank you for your patience and support.
Superintendent of Schools
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Updated March 26, 2020
Superintendent - Mr. Kirk Reinhardt
Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment, and Technology- Dr. Darlene Westinghouse
Business Manager- Ms. Jane St. Amour
Director of Pupil Personnel Services - Dr. Lisajane Kappler
Director of Special Education - Ms. Marlene Anderson-Butler
Director of Human Resources - Mr. Daniel Erceg
Nicole Peters and Mark Danza