“It’s important for the community to know for the larger gatherings that folks are going to need to be vaccinated or have proof of a negative PCR test 72 hours before the ceremony or a rapid test six hours before the ceremony,” Superintendent Marie Wiles said, “unless guidance changes between now and June 25.”

For teaching purposes, Guilderland uses Google, a cloud-based application, which wasn’t affected by the recent cyber attack, said Superintendent Marie Wiles. “Google Classroom and our Google accounts were all fine,” she said. “It’s more when things are housed on servers that people need to be careful.”

Dan Alexander, Guilderland

Dr. James G. Meade, Iowa

Cherry Neil, Guilderland

Seema Rivera, President GCSD Board of Education

Tony Siracusa, Guilderland

The Guilderland Dutchmen boys lacrosse team kicked off their 2021 spring season on Tuesday, May 4 after missing all of 2020 due to COVID shutting down the schools. The game was close at the half till the Spartans made changes to beat the Dutch 12 to 7.

Thirty of the top Guilderland Athletes signed their college letters of intent on Monday, to play for their respective colleges come fall. Family members joined and a handful of their coaches watched as they signed at the high school in Guilderland Center.

On Friday, April 30, the Guilderland Dutchmen football team took on a usual foe in the Class AA playoffs: Shaker. The game lived up to the hype, with both teams the number one seeds in their respective divisions.


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