Amsterdam voters approve $77.20 million budget; elect board members

On May 21, Greater Amsterdam School District voters approved the district’s $77.20 million 2019-20 budget proposal and elected three Board of Education members. Voters approved: A $77,202,687 budget for the 2019-20 school year that increases spending 5.87 percent ($4,283,863), and includes no property tax levy increase: 404 to 126. Voters also elected three members to …

Five Amsterdam High School Student-Athletes Recognized at April 17 Board of Education Meeting

During the April 17 Board of Education meeting, five athletes were recognized for their outstanding accomplishments. Those that were recognized were seniors Andrew Giaimo, Gabby Stanavich, Jeffrey Brennan, Lauren Santiago, and sophomore Charli Beekman. Giaimo, on the Amsterdam High School Football team, represented the Greater Amsterdam School District as the New York State Football Coaches …

Un mensaje del Comité de Seguridad de Amsterdam High School

Estimado padre o Encargado, Amsterdam High School se compromete a proporcionar un ambiente ordenado y respetuoso que sea propicio a aprender. Para crear y mantener este tipo de ambiente, es necesario regular la conducta pública dentro del edificio escolar, y durante las actividades y funciones de la escuela (COC, pág 13). El director o administrador …

A Message from the Amsterdam High School Safety Committee

Dear Parent or Guardian, Amsterdam High School is committed to providing an orderly, respectful environment that is conducive to learning: To create and maintain this kind of environment, it is necessary to regulate public conduct on school property and at school functions (COC, pg. 13). The school’s administration is responsible to, “address issues of any …

College & Career Pathways New Brochure

About CCP College & Career Pathways is a new model for Amsterdam High School that connects student learning.   Students will be instructed in an innovative way of project-based learning.   In CCP students take the lead role in their learning, choosing pathways to their careers with the potential to take college credit-bearing courses. Click here for more information …

Amsterdam High School students visit State Capitol

On Wednesday, April 17, AHS ENL students had the opportunity to visit the state capitol and the NYS museum where they learned about the rich history and culture of our state. They were accompanied by AHS ENL teachers: Melissa Baker, Anne Ringuette, and Olga Tamchin.

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