July 31, 2015
Jill Gould, Principal
970 Route 146, Clifton Park, NY 12065 • 518-881-0560
Skano first graders present teamwork to Morning Program through the book The Very Greedy Bee.
Skano second graders present the play “How Does Your Garden Grow” to the Skano Community. 
Skano elementary students celebrated Flag Day focusing on flag etiquette and the meaning of this National symbol. 
Skano fifth graders learn about mean, median and mode.
Skano third graders present at Morning Program the Korean Multicultural story “The Leather Bag”.
Skano first graders present a class poem on roasting marshmallows as a fun summer activity.
Skano’s first graders show off their hats on Hat Day. 
The 5th Grade Skano and Tesago band performed for the Skano and Tesago students, showing off their many talents.
Skano second graders present Suessical, celebrating the many wonderful songs by Dr. Suess.
The Scotia/Glenville Traveling Museum presented a program on Mexico to Skano’s fifth graders.
Skano fifth graders learn CPR from the Clifton Park Halfmoon Emergency Corps.
Skano third graders learn about the Global Positioning System (GPS) through Clifton Park’s local 4H.
Diane Payette (Grandma Tippytoes) visited the Skano Kindergarten classes for a some singing, reading and laughter.
Skano third graders learn about Sound from the Scotia/Glenville traveling museum. Thank you PTA for sponsoring this event.
Skano 5th graders learn about the properties of light from our local 4-H group.
Skano first graders
learn about the soil and growing plants through the PTA
sponsored program "Dig It".
Skano kindergarteners learned about the Tropical Rainforest from the Scotia/Glenville traveling museum.
Capitol Repertory Theatre presented "They Built America - The Workers of the Erie Canal" to the Skano 4th and 5th grade classes. 
Skano first graders learn about Kitchen Science from the Scotia Glenville Traveling Museum.
graders get hands on experience with simple machines.
Skano fifth graders teach first, second and third grade about limericks.
Skano fourth graders enjoy their time at the NYS Museum.
Skano guest readers share their love of reading to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday. 
Skano kindergarten, first and second graders enjoy Saratoga Opera's the Three Little Pigs.
Skano second graders enjoying a lesson about communities with a Junior Achievement volunteer.
The Skano community donated wish list items for the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society to show how volunteerism is an important character trait!
Dr. Birchak "Dr.
Bird" presents to parents on How to Stay Connected to Your
Skano third graders present on the importance of being volunteer.
Skano first graders give a summary of all the great things they learned during January’s morning program.
Skano fourth and
fifth grade ski club members enjoy their time on top of
Cherrie Edwards from the Humane Society Education presented to Skano students about volunteerism.
The Skano Dolphin Readers celebrated reading with a Pajama party Friday night at Skano. Skano community members all dressed in their comfy jammies and enjoyed stories read by the Skano staff. 
Playing basketball at Skano is not just for fun, it is academic. Students learn about angles and trajectory as they make bounce passes and shoot the hoop.
Skano first graders present winter poems to their classmates at Morning Program.
enjoys their school wide sing-along before the Holiday
High School French
students share stories written in French with Skano third
Skano and Tesago
5th graders play holiday music for their classmates.
Graders Paint the Town December!
Skano third graders are very excited and eager to use their new dictionaries provided by the Rotary Club of Shenendehowa.
Skano second grade
students present a poem on friendship.
Skano first graders
share their Thanksgiving poetry at Morning Program.
prepare turkeys for Thanksgiving!
Skano celebrates and thanks Veterans at a school wide assembly. 
Diary of a Wimpy Kid author, Jeff Kinney, speaks at Skano about what goes into the writing and illustrating process. 
Skano second graders give a summary of all the things they learned in October at Skano’s Morning Program.
Skano first graders presented the story Elephant and Piggie, teaching others about friendship and compassion.
Skano third graders work with clay to create architecture in art class. Designing and building creative structures!
learn about animals from all over the world!
kindergarteners dress up for Skano’s PTA Halloween
Skano Student Council heard well-prepared and profound speeches during its officer elections.
model how to read a class poem. [
Skano second graders share ways they are responsible to support the importance of this month's character word - responsibility.
Skano Dolphin Reader Event “The Magic of Reading” with magician Jim Snack. Thank you PTA for all of your support! 
Skano Kindergarteners celebrate Fire Prevention week. Local fire fighters teach us all how to stay safe.
Skano’s Morning program theme for this year is Reading Rainbow!! Go anywhere. Be Anything.
Skano students show their support for riders raising funds for the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.
Skano kindergartners are excited for their first full week of school!
2015 Summer Walk-Through Schedule
8/21/15 - Elementary student teacher assignments posted on the portal.
9/3/2015 - Superintendent's Conference Day, No Classes
9/8/2015 - First Day of Classes K-12
9/23/2015 - Yom Kippur, No School
Grade 1 - Home Page
Grade 2 - Home Page
Miss Slezak, Music
Mrs. Jasinski- Elementary Strings