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  • Mr. Bryant's 4th Grade Service Learning Project- UPDATE


    Mr. Bryant's 4th grade class has collected candy for our American Troops overseas. They collected and mailed out 205 pounds of candy! Wow, way to go Malta Avenue students and families! This service learning project is part of Operation Gratitude


     Mr. Bryants 4th Grade Operation Gratitude



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  • Code-A-Thon 2018

    Are you ready for some computer fun! Join us for the 2018 Code-A-Thon Hosted by FIRST Robotics Team 3044 OxBe4

    WHEN: Saturday, November 17, 2018 from 9:30 am to 11:30 am

    WHERE: Milton Terrace Gymnasium, 200 Wood Road

    WHO: Students in grades 1-5 are invited to participate.

    Registration is limited to the first 100 students, so please sign up as soon as possible. WHAT: Students will learn about coding and work on a challenge. Younger students not familiar with coding will have both computer and non-computer based activities related to coding. HOW: Please visit Registration to register for the Code-A-Thon Questions? Please contact Diane Irwin, K-12 Science Coordinator, at or call 884-7150.



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  • Penny Harvest Time!

    It’s that time of the year again!  Penny Harvest is starting this week beginning October 22, 2018 and will continue until Thursday, November 29th

    SEFCU Penny Harvest is implemented in grades K-12, in all six school buildings in the district, and has proven to be successful to educating students in service learning, financial literacy, and 21st century learning skills. This program teaches students about the importance of philanthropy and service as well as teaching math, communication, and team building skills.

    Please remember that only coins will be accepted, no paper money. 

    If you have any questions regarding Penny Harvest please email 

    Week 2 Penny Harvest Results


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Upcoming Events


  • Malta Avenue School Building Renovations Reveal Time Capsule

    A time capsule was found in the corner of the Chapman Street building during renovations in October 2013. The capsule was placed behind the corner stone of the building and contains several objects from November 8, 1899. Items were carefully removed and relocated to Brookside Museum for proper identification and preservation. Items will be on display before the Board of Education meeting on

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  • To Malta and Beyond

    Malta Avenue Elementary School’s Global Think Tank recently held the second annual international and cultural evening titled "To Malta and Beyond!" It took place on the evening of Friday, June 7th. Malta Avenue School enrolls most of the Ballston Spa School District’s ESL (English as a Second Language) population of elementary students. The school realizes that their

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  • Little Voices on A Brookside Harvest

    Recently Malta Avenue's Kindergarten students took a field trip to Brookside Museum. After their visit Mrs. LiCausi's class decided to put together a podcast. What a great job they did after only two weeks in school! Brookside Museum enjoyed it so much they decided to feature the podcast on their website.  

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