Educating Everyone Takes Everyone
Monday and Tuesday, November 23rd and 24th and Thursday, December 3rd: Elementary Parent-Teacher Conference Days (½ day of remote learning in the morning, Grades K-5).The instructional day will start at 9:00 am with a live meet and ends at 11:40 am. Please contact your child’s teacher to sign up for conferences if you have not already done so.
Friday, December 4th: This date is also one that will be used for Parent-Teacher conferences but this day will follow our typical Friday schedule, where students will log on to their Google Meet and will spend approximately one hour with their teacher. They will then be given their asynchronous learning activities for the day and will complete them as assigned.
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, November 25th, 26th and 27th: No classes will be held on these dates in celebration of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Outdoor Clothing: We will continue to hold PE and recess outdoors as long as possible. Please make sure that your child has appropriate clothing to be outside during the day. As long as there is no rain and the “feels like” temperature remains above 20 degrees, we will try to bring students outside as the schedule allows. *Additionally, please be sure that your child has a sweater, sweatshirt, or light jacket to wear in the classroom as we will continue to keep windows open as long as possible.
PTA Meeting: The Malta Avenue PTA will be meeting on November 19th at 7 PM via Google Meet. Please email email@example.com for additional information.
Malta Ave Vintage T-Shirts: Please take a look at the attached flyer for information about ordering Malta Ave t-shirts.
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Monday and Tuesday, November 23rd and 24th: Elementary Parent-Teacher Conference Days (½ day of remote learning in the morning, Grades K-5).The instructional day will start at 9:00 am with a live meet and ends at 11:40 am.
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, November 25th, 26th and 27th: Thanksgiving Recess - No classes
The Malta Ave pumpkin decorating contest was a huge success! Thanks to all students and families for submitting your pumpkin pictures. See some of the incredible pumpkin pictures below.
Character Education Word Of The Month: Responsibility
Our character education word for November is responsibility- do what you are supposed to do. Plan ahead. Do your best . Show self-control. Think before you act. Be accountable. Set a good example.
This month I would like to hear examples from students on how they demonstrate responsibility. Please email me with your child’s ideas and/or pictures of how they demonstrate responsibility. Teachers will also share examples with me of how their students demonstrated responsibility. At the end of the month, we will recognize students who demonstrated responsibility.
School pictures will take place on January 19th and January 20th. More information will follow in the coming months.
Malta Avenue Apparel
Nourish Designs Apparel: A local artist has designed apparel for our elementary schools and the district. For every purchase made, Nourish will donate a portion to the Scotties BackPack program.
Three tips to keep your Chromebook working properly:
Cleaning your Chromebook:
All Students-Free Breakfast and Lunch
We have received some great news from the USDA that all student breakfasts and lunches will be free for all students through the end of 2020-2021 school year.
As always, please feel free to reach out at any time via email or phone call with questions or concerns!
Sincerely, Sarah Johnson
Phone: 884-7250 Ext. 1351
Welcome to the Malta Avenue Library!
Mrs. McIntyre and Mrs. Thomas would like to introduce themselves and welcome you back to the Malta Avenue Library! While the library may function a little bit differently this year, they want you to know that your students are their top priority. Please click here to read more information from the Malta Avenue librarians!
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
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
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. http://www.brooksidemuseum.org/2012/10/little-voices-on-a-brookside-harvest/
The next community food distribution is on September 29, 2020 starting at 9am at the Milton Town Hall. All families/community members are invited to enter the parking lot off of Geyser Road and remain in their cars while volunteers load FREE food/supplies into their car.