NORTHERN ADIRONDACK CENTRAL SCHOOL is seeking the following positions: Secondary Special Education Teacher, Spanish Teacher, Elementary Teacher and a Full-time Bus Drivers. Interested applicants should send written request to James C. Knight, Jr., Superintendent of Schools, PO Box 164 Ellenburg Depot, NY 12935. All applications can be found of the schools website under the district page labeled employment.
18 days ago, Brittany LaBombard
The Madness has ended! The students have spoken! Today's NAC Elementary March Madness Bobcat World Cup Book Tournament champion is.... *drumroll* STREGA NONA by Tomie dePaola! Congratulations to us for a month of good books and friendly competition - and thanks to everyone who participated and made our 4th annual book tournament so much fun! Keep reading!
18 days ago, NAC Elementary
Werewolf named Oliver James
Strega Nona
Strega Nona
OPEN SWIM DATES : ***Subject to change *** March 26th 5-8pm April 3rd 11:30-1:30 April 4th 11:30-1:30 April 5th 11:30-1:30 April 9th 5-8pm April 11th 5-8pm April 16th 5-8pm April 18th 5-8pm April 23rd 5-8pm April 25th 5-8pm April 30th 5-8pm   Weight Room is open Monday-Friday 5-8pm when school is in session.  For questions please reach out to Brittany LaBombard-
18 days ago, Brittany LaBombard
NACS Annual Budget Vote & Election Reminder Available BOE Seats Two open seats for the 2024-25 school year. The term is for five years;  the seats that are available are currently held by Bryan Trombley and Sean LaBarre. Candidates who’d like to seek a position must be: a U.S. citizen; at least 18 years old; and a resident of the district for at least one year before the election.  Also, board members may not reside with a family member who is presently on the School Board, and they can’t be an employee of the school. Those who would like to be considered as candidates for the seats must submit a petition to District Clerk, Brittany LaBombard by the end of business on April 22, 2024 either by email to or by fax to 518-594-7255. A copy of the petition is available on our website under the District’s page at and found under the budget section or at the District Office
18 days ago, Brittany LaBombard
Today, March 25th, Route 13 will be a second run morning and afternoon. Please allow up to a 60-minute delay in pick up and drop off of your students. We apologize for the inconvenience.
19 days ago, Cory McCasland
Good evening NAC families! This coming Thursday, March 28th we will conducting our Emergency Go Home and Reunification Drill. The campus will be closed for vehicle traffic as well as phone communication to offices at 9 AM. The drill will begin at approximately 9:30 AM. All students will be brought to our reunification site, which is the Rainbow Wedding and Banquet Hall located at 47 Woods Falls Road in Altona. We ask that you give us time to practice our procedures, as we will be joined by a large contingent of law enforcement from various agencies. We ask that all those who plan to pick up their children use the parking lot on the Woods Falls Road adjacent to the White and Blue Rooms. The entrance to the Rainbow from the Irona Road will be closed for School and Law Enforcement vehicles access only. The process for students being picked up will begin after our buses have left the reunification site at approximately 11 AM, and will be organized in the White Room using the doors from the Woods Falls Parking Lot. Please bring a picture ID when picking up a student, so we can verify who you are. If you have any questions, please contact the main office in the building that your student attends. For students who regularly drive to school, a bus will be designated to bring you back to the campus once the drill is completed. Thank you for your cooperation.
20 days ago, James Knight
Unfortunately due to the weather and road conditions, the Drama Club performance of Charlotte's Web has been cancelled for tonight, Saturday, March 23rd. Please join us for tomorrow afternoon's show at 1pm.
20 days ago, James Knight
NAC Drama Club
Hey Bobcats, unfortunately because of the weather we are canceling Saturday nights presentation of "Charlotte's Web". There will be a 1:00 show tomorrow.
20 days ago, Michael Loughman
During the month of March, NAC Elementary students have participated in the thrilling 4th annual Bobcat March Madness Tournament of Books! This year's theme is World Cup soccer and the competition between books is intense! As we enter the final round of competition, we are down to the last two challengers: ​"Strega Nona" and "A Werewolf Named Oliver James." ​The final, championship round will be held on Monday, March 25. Ask the elementary student in your life which book they will be voting for and encourage them to dress up in the color or costume that supports their book champion on Monday. May the best book win!
21 days ago, Anne Smallman
costume suggestions
costume suggestions
Book Tournament
Good afternoon, a note will be going home with your (Route 12) students. It explains the changes being made as well as a projected new pickup time, that will begin on Monday. Please feel to reach out with any questions.
22 days ago, Cory McCasland
It's Builders Club Week! We are collecting items to make care packages for the FitzPatrick Cancer Center in Plattsburgh. Please drop items off in the bin in the main lobby of the MS/HS by March 27th.
22 days ago, NACSD
Cancer Center care pkg
DeAnn Gregory, advisor to our NAC Key Club and co-advisor of Builder's Club, was recently honored at the annual state Key Club Leadership and Training Conference with the Distinguished Faculty Advisor Award for the New York District Key Club, beating out major areas like Long Island and Albany! We know she works hard to help our students with their community service goals, but it's nice to have a state-wide awards committee say so too. First presented in 1962, this award was established to recognize an adult who has gone above and beyond the call of duty in serving the youth of the New York District, and is presented to a faculty advisor who has rendered the most outstanding contribution to a Key Club this year. Key Club International, a service leadership program of Kiwanis International, is the oldest and largest service organization for high school students and gives its members opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership skills. Congratulations, DeAnn!
23 days ago, NACSD
DeAnn Gregory
Key Club award
Good afternoon, this afternoon Routes 5 and 8 will be on a combo run. Please allow a slight delay in drop off.
23 days ago, Cory McCasland
Attention current 8th grade parents: We are looking for pictures of your 8th grader for our slide show presented at the 8th grade move-up ceremony. The pictures should be from middle school years only and can be of your child alone or with 8th grade classmates. The deadline to send in slideshow photos is April 26th. Please email them to Mrs. Shantell Manor at
23 days ago, Robert Witkiewicz
Good afternoon. Route 17 will also be a second run this afternoon. Please allow up to a 60-minute delay in drop off of your students. We apologize for the inconvenience.
24 days ago, Cory McCasland
NORTHERN ADIRONDACK CSD REGULAR BOARD MEETING will meet on Wednesday, March 20th at 5pm in the Middle High School Auditorium for the 4th Budget Work Session followed by a Regular Board Meeting at 6pm.
24 days ago, Brittany LaBombard
Good morning, NAC families and staff. This morning, Route 1 will be a second run. This afternoon, Routes 1 and 12 will be second runs. For the remainder of the week, Route 12 will be a second run AM and PM as well. Please allow up to a 60-minute delay in pick up and drop off of your students. We apologize for the inconvenience.
25 days ago, Cory McCasland
Good afternoon Bobcat sports families: JV Boys Baseball practice will begin on Monday March 18th at 4:30 pm with coach Kris Chase. Modified Girls Softball practice will begin on Tuesday March 19th at 4:30 pm with coach Stacy Siskavich. Students should report to athletic studyhall right after school.
28 days ago, Robert Witkiewicz
Sweet, sweet, second grade science! The NAC Elementary STEM program was the happy recipient this year of the Agricultural Literacy Grant provided by New York Agriculture in the Classroom. This grant allowed us to purchase equipment and books to support our second graders as they learn the math and science involved in maple sugaring, as well as investigate the history and importance of maple sugaring in our community. A huge thank you to Darrell Reyell for sharing his expertise again this year.
29 days ago, NAC Elementary
Maple sugaring unit
Maple sugaring unit
Maple sugaring unit
Maple sugaring unit
Maple sugaring unit
Good afternoon, Due to changes this afternoon and tomorrow morning will go out as normal runs with a regular pickup/drop off time. Sorry for the change.
29 days ago, Cory McCasland