Argyle Central School News

Battle of the Books Winners!
On March 11, 2019, over 530 students on 67 teams from local school districts competed in the 2019 Battle of the Books. We are thrilled to announce our Argyle third-graders missed only one question out of 14 on their way to first place in their division!
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Substitute Bus Drivers Needed
Sub Bus Drivers Needed. Please apply within or call the school at 518-638-8243, ext. 304.
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Momo Challenge – What Parents Need to Know
On behalf of the Washington County Schools, we would like to take this opportunity to alert parents to a disturbing trend that has surfaced on social media targeting children and young adults. It's called the "Momo Challenge."
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Second Quarter Honor/High Honor Roll
Congratulations to the following students from Argyle Central School who have made the honor roll for the second quarter.
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Spelling Bee Competition
Eight grade student, Gabriel Burch, son of Brian and Linda Burch, is the Argyle Central School District’s 2019 Spelling Bee champion!
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Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Seminar
Argyle Central School proudly announces that sophomore Jessica Steidle has been selected to attend the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Seminar.
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Mission Statement

It is the mission of Argyle Central School to provide a program which will enable its students to acquire the skills, knowledge, and values necessary to become responsible citizens. In a positive atmosphere conducive to creative and critical thinking, each student is provided with sound educational experiences which will foster the development of a strong moral character and self-concept.

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