Guilderland Central School District

GUILDERLAND — All five of the items on Guilderland’s ballots sailed through on Tuesday, most with a 2-to-1 approval ratio. The school and library budgets, the school and library capital projects, and the bus proposition all passed.

An anonymous flyer was distributed in the days before the October 2018 vote on a proposed school capital project, and the project was defeated by 58 votes. Now a very similar flyer is urging voters to defeat the school and library propositions on Tuesday, May 21.

The newcomer running for the board for the first time is a lieutenant colonel in the Air National Guard.

GUILDERLAND — The last day before spring break, April 18, was the culmination of almost a year’s work for Guilderland High School’s International Club, when it held its cultural fair.

Students staffed booths from countries around the world, serving food, and relating interesting facts.

The last day before spring break, April 18, was the culmination of almost a year’s work for Guilderland High School’s International Club, when it held its cultural fair.

Taxpayers in all four towns within the Guilderland school district will pay less on taxes per $1,000 of assessed valuation than last year. The biggest difference — a decrease of 28.20% — will be in the town of Guilderland.

Here’s your chance to find out what you’ll be voting on and to make your views known.

Lynnwood Elementary School Principal Alicia Rizzo is on medical leave, with no set date for her return.

The Guilderland school district has reduced by about 28 percent the amount of a proposed capital-construction project that was narrowly defeated in October, and plans to bring it to voters again in May.

This change is intended to create more social connections for kids while they still have a team of four teachers who can help ease the transition for them, says FMS principal Michael Laster.

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