143 Golding Drive, Cobleskill, NY 12043, V: 518.234.2585 F: 518.234.7956, Kevin Kelly, Principal
Doors open 7:56 a.m. I
Classes begin 8:15 a.m.
Parent pick up 3 p.m. I Dismissal 3:05 p.m. I Buses depart 3:21 p.m.
Dec. 03, 2013
Scrooge visits Ryder morning program
Ryder students received a visit Monday from Ebenezer Scrooge of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. Mr. Scrooge's visit kicks off Ryder's month of Caring and Holiday Cheer, as well as our Holiday Food Drive. See more from Scrooge's visit in the gallery. view gallery
Nov. 26, 2013
Second grade student wins tickets for a family of four to the Great Escape Water Park.
Many schools are participating with school banking hosted by the First New York Credit Union. It is a collaboration between the schools and the Credit Union designed to teach and develop good banking and money habits at an early age. With the offering of various incentives throughout the year, this being one of them, Annaliese's name was drawn from hundreds of student bankers, not only in Schoharie County, but surrounding counties as well. Congratulations to Annaliese from Ryder Elementary as you look forward to this fun-filled day with your family!
Anneliese with Ryder Principal, Mr. Kelly, and a representative from the First New York Credit Union.
Nov. 12, 2013
Ryder Elementary Honors Veterans at Morning Program
Ryder Elementary celebrated local veterans today with a breakfast and morning program in their honor. Ryder students and staff, Boy Scout and Cub Scout troops, and members of the Radez 5th Grade Band came together to present a full program of music, poems, and other tributes to the men and women in our community who have served their country. read more
Nov. 12, 2013
Ryder Halloween Parade
Ryder students and staff celebrated Halloween with many creative and spooky costumes! Check out our Halloween parade below!
Oct. 28, 2013
Kids with Character honored at Morning Program
Ryder students celebrated Kids with Character and learned about Halloween safety during Morning Program. view gallery
Oct. 28, 2013
McGruff Visits Ryder School
McGruff the Crime Dog has been teaching children about a variety of issues such as safety, crime prevention, bullying and staying in school for over 30 years. On Thursday, October 24th, McGruff visited Ryder Elementary School during a Halloween Safety Morning Program Presentation.
Oct. 15, 2013
Ryder Readers Book Club Meets in the Library
Second grade students play a game in response to Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs as part of Ryder's recess-time book club. Nearly 70 second graders have signed up to be members of the club, which meets once per cycle in the Ryder Library.
Sept. 23, 2013
Ryder's first Morning Program of 2013-14
This morning, Ryder students had their first Morning Program, where they honored Kids With Character. view gallery
Spider-Man visits Ryder Elementary
Spider-Man swung by Ryder Elementary during an Anti-Bullying Morning Program Presentation to support anti-bullying, talk about the importance of teamwork, and spread the word on "Being a Buddy, Not a Bully." view gallery
Sept. 10, 2013
Students learn about school safety
This week at Ryder, students are learning about safety on the bus, in the cafeteria, on the playground and during recess. read more/view gallery
Sept. 4, 2013
Welcome Ryder Students!
Let's make this a great year!
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A reminder to all Ryder parents dropping students off in the morning: Please remember the drop off lane is NO PARKING. If you need to leave your vehicle, please park in a designated spot. When dropping your student off, please pull as far forward as possible and drop off at the curb only. Thank you for your cooperation to provide the safest possible experience for all.
If you intend to do "parent pick up" we ask that you submit the necessary paperwork in Ryder's main office prior to the start of the school year.
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