September 29, 2020
Thank you for an amazing start to the school year. We know that the new procedures, protocols, and schedules can seem overwhelming at times. We are so appreciative of your patience and support as we continue to navigate through uncharted waters. We are thrilled to have our students back in the building and they are doing a wonderful job wearing their masks and following safety procedures. Please watch the video below. You are doing a great job! Thank you!
Student Drop Off Reminders
Thank your families, for your continued support as we work to ensure all of our students have been screened and can get into the building safely each morning. Below are a few reminders for students who are being dropped off in our vehicle line. These procedures will allow us to work as efficiently and safely as possible.
1. Please have your child's name hanging on a sign in the passenger side window as you pull up.
2. Parents must stay in their vehicle at all times.
3. Please make sure all children exit the vehicle on the passenger side.
4. Please do not pull around a vehicle in front of you. Wait until you are directed to pull ahead. This is to ensure the safety of all students in the event that a child accidentally exits their vehicle on the driver side.
5. Please make sure your child has their mask on and is ready to go by the time a staff member approaches to your vehicle.
6. Please complete the health screening for each child, each morning by 7:50AM.
Please note, we are continuing to work through some data reporting kinks within our Pinpoint health screening app. Thank you for your continued patience.
Student and Parent Handbook
October Breakfast and Lunch Menu
Virtual Learners Tech Support
If your child is participating in our virtual learning program and is experiencing technology issues, please reach out with your concerns to the email address below.
Our curriculum nights will be held virtually this year. You will be receiving more information from your child's homeroom teacher with the details of how to access your meeting.
Grades K-2 in-person and Grades K-3 Remote Learners
Grades 3-5 in-person and Grades 4-5 Remote Learners
Empty Stocking Program
Our friends at the Saratoga County Children’s Committee have opened up our slots for the Empty Stocking Programs to assist families in Saratoga County with holiday gifts. Please reach out to Ms. Gibb, Corinth Elementary Social Worker, at 518-654-2960 x 1234 or by email at email@example.com. This will be on a first come first served basis. Once you contact Social Worker Gibb, she will touch base with your family regarding available slots and how to proceed with the application process.
Other available agencies that can assist with holiday needs:
Franklin Community Center- Saratoga Springs, NY https://www.franklincommunitycenter.org/programs/holiday-assistance/
Salvation Army- Saratoga Springs- they will be posting more information to their website in October https://empire.salvationarmy.org/EmpireNY/Saratoga
PTSA Fall Fundraiser
School Picture Days
- K- 3:00-3:30
- 1st- 3:30-4:00
- 2nd- 4:30-5:00
- 3rd- 5:00-5:30
- 4th- 5:30-6:00
- 5th- 6:00-6:30
October 20th- 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grades
October 21st- Kindergarten and First grades
October 22nd- 5th grade at the middle school