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  • Virtual Financial Aid Presentation

    The Counseling Office is offering a Virtual Financial Aid presentation on Nov. 3 at 6:30 PM. This Zoom meeting will assist parents of seniors as they prepare to apply for financial aid, but parents of juniors are welcome to attend to familiarize themselves with the process well in advance. Topics to be covered include: completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the NYS Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) application, completing the CSS Profile, and how to look for scholarship and grant opportunities. A link to the presentation will be posted here prior to the event.

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  • Highland Volleyball Dig Pink Event Raises Money to Support Local Organization

    October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and to help spread the word and raise awareness about the disease, the Highland Husky Varsity Volleyball team hosted their annual "Dig Pink" fund-raising event during their home match against Saugerties on October 5. Read more here!

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  • Vax to School Initiative

    We hope that this letter finds you and your students healthy and doing well as our new school year gets underway. As you know, one of our major goals this year is to have as many of our students attend school in-person in the safest way possible. Preventing illness and limiting the number of quarantines necessary are essential components in achieving this goal. Vaccinations are one tool available to help with both. Please click for full letter.

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  • Join Us to Honor our Hall of Fame Inductees

    Mark your calendars! The Highland Central School District will be honoring its 2021 Husky Hall of Fame inductees during a special dinner on Wednesday, November 3. The event will be held at the Bad Seed Cider Taproom in Highland, beginning at 6 PM. Get more information here.

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  • Board of Education Considers Future Capital Project

    The Board of Education has begun discussing the possibility of holding a spring capital project vote. The potential project is part of the Board’s multi-year strategic approach to leveraging retiring debt to update aged facilities and infrastructure without causing tax spikes. Learn more here.

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  • Need Tech Help?

    If you need Technology Assistance - please click the article for more information and links!

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  • Student Opt-In for COVID-19 Screening Testing

    School districts located in geographic areas identified by the CDC as having moderate, substantial, or high transmission rates must offer weekly COVID-19 screening testing for unvaccinated students. THIS IS VOLUNTARY. Please click the title to learn more and sign up if you are interested in your student being tested.

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  • Highland Elementary School Welcomes New Assistant Principal

    Highland Elementary School (HES) has welcomed a new assistant principal, just in time for the start of the 2021-2022 school year. Tulani Samuel, who officially began on September 1, replaces Matthew Darling, who has become the building’s new principal.

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  • Parent Portal Information

    If you would like to gain access to the Parent Portal for Schooltool, please read the instructions on the attached letter  (click on Parent Portal forms). The Registration form must be brought in to the Main Office along with a Photo ID.  Thank you!

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  • Is your emergency contact information up to date?

    Is your emergency contact information up-to-date? If your child became seriously ill at school, could we reach you? If there were an emergency school closing, how would we let you know? Whether for a snow day, emergency or progress updates school officials occasionally need to contact parents/guardians with important information. We rely on the emergency contact information that you

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