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Middle School Named a 2017 Mix It Up School

(March 23, 2017) Through the efforts of Ichabod Crane Middle School's Friends of Rachel group, the school has been named a 2017 Mix It Up School by Teaching Tolderance. These schools earned Model School designation for exemplary planning and execution of Mix It Up at Lunch Day and for their efforts to foster respect and understanding throughout the 2016-17 school year. Learn More

Pennies for Patients

(March 17, 2017) Beginning March 20, and running through April 7, the Ichabod Crane Elementary and Middle Schools will be joining 29,000 schools nationwide in the fight against blood cancers by participating in the “Pennies for Patients” program.

For the next few weeks, we will help people who are sick with blood cancers like leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma. Students will be given an informational letter and a collection box to collect coins. Students bring the boxes back to their home room teacher or drop off in the office. Learn More

Middle School Announces February Rider of the Month Students

March 8, 2017) Ichabod Crane Middle School is pleased to announce the Rider of the Month students for February. Congratulations to Bailee Drummond, Mitchell Keegan, Mirian Gomez, Holly Elden, Daniel Chen, Reileigh Lasher, Grace Cammarata, Carson Weaver, Tismark Boham and Emma Stigi. Learn More

March Newsletter

The March newsletter can be downloaded here.

Middle School Announces 2nd Quarter Honor Rolls

(March 2, 2017) Ichabod Crane Middle School has announced the honor rolls for the second quarter of the 2016-17 school year. Congratulations to all of our students who achieved honor roll status! See the Honor Rolls

Donate Jeans to Repurpose for Student Council's Sole Hope Shoe Project

Sole Hope

(Feb. 28, 2017) There are children in Africa who do not have any shoes to wear. They walk, work and play all day long and their bare feet often become infected, with jiggers and sand fleas, and in some cases, it can cause paralysis or worse.

This month Student Council is getting involved in the Sole Hope project. Students will be repurposing jeans by cutting out patterns for shoes and decorating them. We will be sending them to the Sole Hope headquarters in North Carolina where they will be sent on to Uganda. The people in Uganda, who are in need of a steady income to help provide for their families, will assemble the cut out patterns into shoes, and add rubber soles. They will be given to the local children in need. Sole Hope’s mission is to “build relationships with a team of Africans so that together, they can sustainably impact the problem of jiggers in their own communities”.

If you have jeans you no longer need and want to donate them, or volunteer your time and join us during one of our “shoe cutting parties”, please contact Student Council Advisors Gail Colton at or Lindsay Meyers at

The simple act of donating jeans or volunteering time to cut out shoe patterns will help change lives, and “spread the hope", to many African children.

Middle School Valentine Dance

View photos from the Middle School's Feb. 10 Spirit Night on Facebook here.

Ichabod Crane Middle School Announces January Rider of the Month Students

(Feb. 10, 2017) Ichabod Crane Middle School is pleased to announce the Rider of the Month students for January. Congratulations to Courtney Loucks, Jackson Champagne, Annabella Rivero, Sofia Pantoja, Shane VanAlstyne, Skylar Scace, Angie Pinkowski, Fiona White and Mackenzie Wendelken and Colin Karic. Learn More

Student-Teacher Switch Day

(Jan. 4, 2017) Approximately 70 of our middle school students participated in Student-Teacher Switch Day on Dec. 22, 2016. Students and teachers alike had a great time as usual!Approximately 70 of our middle school students participated in Student-Teacher Switch Day on Dec. 22, 2016. Students and teachers alike had a great time as usual on this much anticipated day! View the photo album on Facebook

6th Grade Students Visit Albany Institute of History and Art, Create Replicas of Ancient Egypt Ushabtis

(Dec. 14, 2016) Ichabod Crane's 6th grade attended field trips to the Albany Institute of History and Art during the first week in December. Students visited the Ancient Egypt exhibit and saw three real mummies from ancient times. Each 6th grader also created an ushabti, a small magical statue that will do chores for them in their afterlife. Learn More

Toothbrush/Toothpaste Collection

The Middle School Student Council has finished its Toothbrush/Tooth-
paste collection. Between the Primary, Elementary and Middle Schools, our families donated 416 toothbrushes and 158 toothpastes! Thank you also to Hudson Family Dental and Kinderhook Dental Arts for their donations as well. They will be included in food baskets given out by the Marion Stegmann Fund to families in our community.

Middle School Announces 1st Quarter Honor Rolls

(Dec. 8, 2016) Ichabod Crane Middle School has announced the honor rolls for the first quarter of the 2016-17 school year. Congratulations to all of our students who achieved honor roll status!

View the Honor Roll

View the 6th Grade High Honor Roll

View the 7th Grade High Honor Roll

View the 8th Grade High Honor Roll

8th Graders Learn About Careers From Professionals in the Field

Career Days

(Nov. 2, 2016) Eighth grade students learned about a variety of careers over the course of two days during Career Days, an annual event coordinated by FACS teacher Maureen Kuhns. Learn More

Spirit Night Photos

Grades 6-8 Spirit Night was held on Friday, Oct. 21. View the photo album on Facebook here.

Students Train to be Peer Mediators

Peer Mediators

(Oct. 20, 2016) On Oct. 19, Ichabod Crane Middle School students participated in a training with Gail Colton, teaching assistant, to become Peer Mediators. New mediators this year are Makenzie Elting, Katie Heimroth, Piper DeKraai, Lily Siver and Julia Rivers. These students should be commended for the work they are doing to make a difference in their school community. Great job Peer Mediators! Learn More

Ski Club Information

Parent Letter (read first)

MS Ski Club information

Friends of Rachel Shares Mission of Kindness Through Sidewalk Chalk Graffiti

Friends of Rachel (Oct. 11, 2016) Ichabod Crane Middle School's Friends of Rachel club promotes the beliefs of Rachel Joy Scott. The mission of the group is to form a chain reaction of kindness and compassion, so that no students feels that they don't belong. Club activities are based on the beliefs that we will have an environment of anti-bullying, kindness and hope.

The sidewalk chalk graffiti was designed to promote these values and to promote what was learned from the Sweethearts and Heroes presentation which took place on Sept. 29. Throughout the year, the Friends of Rachel will be presenting many more activities to keep the chain reaction going. Students who are interested in joining can contact Jackie Purificato or Mary Middleton, the co-advisers of the club.

Great job Friends of Rachel! View the Friends of Rachel photo album on Facebook

MS Yearbook Information

Capture your memories in this Year's Ichabod Crane MS Yearbook. The yearbook is 10% off if purchased online by October 31, 2016. Discounted price is $17.47 and the regular price is $19.41. To order go to and enter ICC MS passcode: 101373902357196

Please e-mail Mrs.Geiger at with any questions.

ICMS Social Studies Classes Learn From George Washington
(Mr. Soulia) on Constitution Day

Constitution Day

(Sept. 20, 2016) Mr. Souilla, IC 5th grade teacher, was in full spirit of National Constitution Day when he came to school dressed as one of our Founding Fathers, George Washington! He shared the spirit of the Constitution to 5th and 7th graders on Friday, Sept. 16, the day before National Constitution Day.

"Mr. Soulia does an outstanding job letting his students know the purpose of the Founding Fathers creating the US Constitution and he came over to share that with my students as well," said Mrs. Marotta, 7th grade social studies teacher. "He talked to the kids about rights and responsibilities and the 10 Amendments, as well as his (George Washington) role as a founding father. He gave the kids small pamphlets he created on the Declaration of Independence and the Preamble and the 10 Amendments."

"BackPack Program" Feeds Our Hungriest Students

The program provides backpacks filled with food that is child-friendly, shelf-stable, and easily-consumed. Bags are packed each week by school staff and discreetly distributed to participating children every Friday afternoon.

Since Ichabod Crane’s "BackPack Program" is funded entirely by local donations, the success of the program depends on fundraising efforts. To see how you can help support the BackPack Program in our schools, view the flyer here. All donations are tax deductible.

Ichabod Crane Primary School has been involved in the program since 2011 and is coordinated there by Laura Sarno. Questions about the program? Contact her at or 892-2172.

Middle School Elects 2016-17 Student Council Officers

(June 1, 2016) Ichabod Crane Middle School has elected its officers for the 2016-17 school year. Congratulations to the following:

Co-Presidents: Timmy Hamm and Emma Brusie
Vice President: Gabe Kelly
Treasurer: Luke Desmonie
Secretary: Trinity Armstrong

"The students did a great job writing their campaign speeches and talking in front of their peers," Advisors Gail Colton and Lindsay Myers said. "They are excited about the year ahead and are already coming up with ideas for next year. We have a great team in place and next year's going to be the best one yet!"

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Help ICMS Earn Free Equipment

As the school year gets underway, please be sure to register your Price Chopper AdvantEdge card with the Ichabod Crane Middle School Tools for Schools code 15890. Every time you use your AdvantEdge Card from July 26, 2015 through March 26, 2016 you can earn points to help ICMS get needed equipment – FREE! Please be sure to change your school designation if necessary. Visit the Price Chopper Web site to sign-up today!

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Middle School Hours

Daily Hours: 7:40 a.m. – 2:03 p.m.
(Students may enter the building as early as 7:25 a.m.)
After Hours: 2:05 – 3:30 p.m.
Office Hours: 7:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.


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