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Every student will graduate prepared for college, career and citizenship.

Dr. Michael Mugits, Superintendent

171 Hudson Avenue, Green Island, NY 12183

Phone: (518) 273-1422 Fax: (518) 270-0818


Final Exam Schedule [schedule]
End Of Year Physical Exam Information (information)
The elementary grades, Pre-K through Grade 6, will be dismissed at 11:00am on Wednesday June 24th and Thursday June 25th.

Amendment to 2015-16 School Calendar
On Thursday, Sept. 10, we will have a half day due to the Primary Election.  The election is from noon – 9 p.m., therefore we will have a half day for students. The teachers will have a half day for professional development day.

The Kids Walk to Cure Diabetes
The Heatly School will participate in The Kids Walk to Cure Diabetes on Friday, June 19.  [information]


Dr. Mugits Announces His Retirement

"It has been a privilege and an honor to serve the community of Green Island as superintendent for the last five years. I have enjoyed the opportunity to help our learners invent their futures and follow their dreams. However, after forty years in education I am announcing my retirement, effective this August 31st.
I am grateful for the patience and accommodations extended to me by so many during my time at Heatly. I am thankful for the memories I have gathered and the lasting relationships that have developed.
Thank you one and all."   Dr. Mugits


Budget Vote and Board Elections

Our budget passed  103 yes to 20 no.  Our new board members are Andrea Ryan and Don McManus.  Thank you to the community for your support!

Last Chance to Order Your Yearbook (please click for form)
Athletic Banquet To Be Held
The 2014-2015 Heatly High School Athletic Banquet will be June 2nd at 5:30pm located at the American Legion in Green Island.  Tickets are on sale and due to Angela Legault, in the school’s main office, by Thursday, May 21st.  Adult tickets are $16.00 and any student athlete that did not participate in Tag Day must pay $5.00.   If you have any questions, please contact Anita Brown by email at

Exciting Reading Opportunity
Selected Heatly elementary students will be working with The College of Saint Rose graduate students as part of their Classroom Practicum in Literacy.  This will provide our students with additional after school reading support. This after school program will greatly benefit students in their reading and writing development. All graduate students are NYS certified teachers.  We welcome The College of Saint Rose to Heatly!  The program will begin Wednesday, May 27th and will end on Monday, June 22.

Marilyn Michaels Named "Teacher of the Year by Business and Marketing Educators Associations

We are very pleased to announce that  our business teacher, Marilyn Michaels was selected as the  "Teacher of the Year" by the Business and Marketing Educators Association of the Capital District.  Marilyn is very deserving of this distinguished honor, and it was appropriately awarded by the organization during Teacher Appreciation Week.  Congratulations Marilyn!


Sixth Graders Study Greece
During the past few weeks, the 6th graders have been learning about ancient Greece. One of their project-based learning activities was to research a Greek God or Goddess. The students needed to research the what their God or Goddess represented, their family, and clothing that was worn. The 6th graders did an amazing job and had so much fun presenting to their parents and the students in K-5. [PHOTO]


Universal Pre-Kindergarten Registration to Be Held
The UPK program is now enrolling for the 2015-2016 school year. Please come to Heatly School to pick-up your enrollment packet, or call 273-1422 and sign up for registration.


District Attorney Soares Visits
Albany County District Attorney, David Soares, and two staff members visited the elementary grades this morning to present an assembly featuring his anti-bullying initiative - "Words: Hurt -Heal."
Mr. Soares was also assisted by Mayor Ellen McNulty-Ryan


Student Body Mass Index Check (BMI) [INFORMATION]_______________________________________

NWEA Parent Information [INFORMATION]________________________________________

Questions and Answers About the Common Core Learning Standards  [INFORMATION]
Tax Freeze Credit Fact Sheet [INFORMATION]
A Message From Dr. Mugits

Although the recent cold weather may have people thinking of winter, we have only completed our 8th day of school. This year marked my 40th “opening day” of school.  Every opening day produces excitement and challenges. The first day holds the promise of a fresh start and optimism. The callenges arise from the reminder that school staff members have a tremendous responsibility of sustaining the dreams and nurturing the hope of all learners. This is certainly not a task to be taken lightly. [MESSAGE]


The School Calendar for 2014-2015 [calendar]


School Supplies Lists For 2014-2015 [lists]


Revisions to the School Attendance Policy  2014-2015 [summary of important revisions]   [attendance policy]


Revisions  to the School Code of Conduct  2014-2015 [summary of important revisions] [code of conduct]
Notice to Remove Students Names for Recruitment for 2014-2015 [notice]

Students Have Internship Experiences

Congratulations to Heatly students Cayla Heffern, Amber St. Gelais, Brady Towne and Monica Walsh for their participation in the first year of Heatly’s Career Exploration Internship Program.  Together, these students completed more than 425 internship hours exploring career interests in culinary arts, cake decorating, floral design, gallery management, nursing, and dental hygiene.  These experiences enhanced their workplace skills and college and career readiness as they earned school credit. [INFORMATION]


The District Encourages the Use of School Tool
District encourages parents to use School Tool to monitor their child's academic progress [Learn More] [Portal]


National Honor Society Induction Held

Heatly High School celebrated the distinguishing academic accomplishments of many learners. The National Junior Honor Society and the National Honor Society held inductions of new members, while special recognition was accorded deserving learners, including the Valedictorian and several science and math awards.  [PHOTOS]

Parents can visit for information and resources on the Common Core curriculum.











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