Skip To Main Content
Panarama Education Survey

This survey will ask parents to reflect on five different principles, including: school climate, engagement, grit, school safety, and school fit. The survey is estimated to take 15 minutes to complete and will be active through June 16.
The information from this survey may be used to drive building goals for the 2023-24 school year. All surveys are confidential as the District cannot see who completed the survey or who submitted which responses. Results of the surveys will be shared on our website.

Students in Grades 3-12 may complete a separate survey on school safety, sense of belonging, school climate, and expectations. Students in grades 7-12 may complete an additional survey consisting of questions generated
by students. Students will be provided time during the school day to complete the survey. How to get to the Parent and Guardian Survey:

Step 1: Click the link to the Guardian Survey:
Step 2: Enter the appropriate access code. If you have more than one child, you may complete a survey for each child or answer questions from the perspective of one of your children.

School Name Access Code

Cahill Elementary School 3455263013

Morse Elementary School 1061152966

Riccardi Elementary School 9628220022

Saugerties Jr. High School 1941305036

Saugerties High School 1177633552

More Stories

SCORE Store Continues

We are thrilled to once again offer our students and their families the opportunity to browse and select items from our free store, an initiative that started right here, last year. 

Image of clothes on hangers and the words Used Clothing Drive

Are you getting ready to switch out your clothes for items that are a little warmer?While you switch out your closets, do you toss out items that no longer fit? Well, the Saugerties High School senior class wants to help.

Motorcyclist on the road

Every fall and spring, motorcyclists from the Saugerties Central School District hold a motorcycle ride in memory of Daniel Valk, and as a benefit for the District's homeless student population. 

Two students holding up First Day of School Flyers

Whether it's the first day of kindergarten, the final year of high school, or any grade in between, first day of school photos remind us of the incredible growth and potential our children possess. Each milestone is a step closer to their dreams! Best wishes for a great school year!