School is back in session!
N.Y. (Sept. 5, 2017) -- The City School District of Albany welcomed
students from prekindergarten through ninth grade Tuesday to the start
of the 2017-18 school year.
And on Wednesdsay it will be all-in as students in
grades 10-12 at Albany High School officially begin the school year.
On Tuesday, State Education Commissioner MaryEllen
Elia and Board of Regents member Josephine Finn joined Superintendent
Kaweeda G. Adams as the day began at Albany International Center, the
school district’s new program for refugee and immigrant students.
In the meatime, Albany High held its annual Freshman
First Day to help new students learn their way around the building.
Elsewhere in the district, friends old and new were
acquainted and reacquainted.
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