Honoring the Ichabod Crane High School Class of 2021!
Registration is currently open for Fall 2021 Kindergarten in the Primary School. See how to register & view an orientation presentation.
Detailed information about using Chromebooks, Online Learning Platforms (Seesaw & Google Meet/Classroom) and much more.
Deadline extended to Friday, January 1. How to consent for your student(s) to receive rapid non-invasive COVID-19 tests in school if ICC is designated an NYS Micro-Cluster Zone.
Latest update includes video & pictures of Phase II construction progress during August.
Latest update includes the revised school reopening schedule for September.
2020 Census Participation for Kinderhook is at 59%! Take it online if you haven’t yet & help shape the future of Ichabod students.
Remote learning plan during closures, educational broadcasting information & free online resources/activities for K-12 students.
ALL athletic fields, the track, playground and buildings are OFF LIMITS during class cancelations.
Information for district parents/guardians qualifying as workforce personnel critical for COVID-19 response efforts.
Information about free internet access for K-12 families affected by COVID-19 class cancelations.
Reflect excellent budgeting, spending practices and careful management of reserves & funds.
Parent student drop-off starts at 7:40 AM. Bus pick-up/drop-off times & parent pick-up times unaffected.
UPDATED (Nov. 7) Contact your child’s main office ASAP if you did not receive Nov. 4 test text/email.
Regarding Middle and High School administration. Full letter available online.
Letter coming home concerning recently enacted New York State legislation eliminating religious exemptions for vaccinations.
View budget vote and board candidate election results.
Congratulations to Ichabod Crane High School Nurse, Michelle Warner, who was named as 1 of only 10 winners in the 2022 Times Union “Salute to Nurses”!
Voters approved the 2022-2023 Budget and elected Matthew Nelson, Meghan Lafferty-Brown and Elizabeth Phillips to the Board of Education.
In honor of May being Mental Health Awareness Month, a reminder of support available for students year-round from the district’s K-12 Counseling Dept. and some highlighted resources from the National Alliance of Mental Health (NAMI).
The district will use its remaining unused emergency closing days on May 13 and May 26-27. There are no classes on these days but district offices will be open.
Newsletter with details about the proposed 2022-2023 School Year Budget is also being mailed to district residents.