#Albany High School


8 new COVID cases in Albany CSD

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — The Albany City School District has reported eight new cases of the coronavirus. Two cases are associated with a prekindergarten classroom at Delaware Community School. Two cases are associated with North Albany Middle School. One involves the sixth grade. The second case involves the eighth grade.
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Albany HS’s Homecoming and Hall of Fame events canceled due to COVID

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – The City School District of Albany is canceling the Homecoming and Hall of Fame events scheduled at Albany High School for the weekend of Friday, Sep. 24 to Sunday, Sept. 27 due to COVID. This news comes after the Albany School District announced on Wednesday, September...
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Annual emergency drill planned Oct. 8

All City School District of Albany schools will dismiss 15 minutes early Friday, Oct. 8 to participate in the annual Go Home Early emergency preparedness drill. The State Education Department requires all schools to conduct this test each year. All after-school activities will be cancelled. However, student-athletes will be permitted...
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Sept. 24 COVID-19 cases

The City School District of Albany was notified Friday of eight new confirmed cases of COVID-19. All individuals, including any associated contacts, are quarantining at home. Two cases are associated with Albany High School. One of these involves the junior class. This individual was last in the building Sept. 15. The Albany County Health Department has identified no additional contacts. The other case involves the ninth grade. This individual was last in the building Sept. 21. The health department has identified one additional contact.

Ellen Gerard

The mission of the City School District of Albany is to work in partnership with our diverse community to engage every learner in a robust educational program designed to provide the knowledge and skills necessary for success. The district serves about 9,000 students in 15 schools: 11 elementary schools, three...

PSAT slated for Oct. 13

Albany High School will administer the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT) during the school day on Wednesday, Oct. 13 starting at 8:30 a.m. Any sophomore or junior may take the test. Description of the PSAT. The PSAT is a national test that measures students’ abilities in critical reading,...

Albany High School sidelines football team over COVID vaccination

The Albany High School football team will be sitting on the sidelines until October 1. The decision to postpone the season comes after not all student athletes have been fully vaccinated against covid-19 and the district has a high-risk vaccine policy. District officials say this policy was put in place...
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The former New Albany High School star and University of Louisville standout is in his sixth season of playing professional baseball. The left-handed pitcher is currently with the Washington Nationals. Tuesday night, Rogers had the best big-league outing of his career in the Nationals’ 7-1 win at Miami. He allowed...

Sept. 21 COVID-19 cases

The City School District of Albany was notified Tuesday of five new confirmed cases of COVID-19. In each case, the person who has tested positive and all associated contacts are quarantining at home. Two cases involve Albany High School. One case is associated with the junior class. This individual was...

UGA honors First Five

Fifty years ago, Richard Appleby, Horace King, Chuck Kinnebrew, Clarence Pope, and Larry West walked onto the University of Georgia’s campus with dreams of successful football careers. It was a dream that turned out to be history-making. Known as “The Five”, Appleby, King, Kinnebrew, Pope and West became the first...
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Albany High cancels football games until October over vaccine rule

ALBANY — Albany High School doesn't expect to play a football game until Oct. 1, a decision that was prompted by the district's policy that high-risk fall sports should be canceled unless all student-athletes are fully vaccinated. "A number of our student-athletes in those sports have been in process of...

Sept. 20 COVID-19 cases

The City School District of Albany was notified of 14 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 between Friday and Monday. All confirmed cases and associated contacts are quarantining at home. The first five cases involve Albany High School. The first individual is associated with grade 9 and was last in the...

Gregory J. Waldorf

The Mass of Christian Burial, celebrating the life of Gregory J. Waldorf, age 63, of Avon, was held on Thursday, September 2, 2021, at 11:30 am. Burial was in the parish cemetery. There was a visitation one hour prior to the service at Sacred Heart Church in Freeport. Gregory was born March 4, 1958, in Sauk Centre, MN to Roman and Dolores (Job) Waldorf. He grew up in the Albany area, graduating from Albany High School in 1976. Gregory signed up for the Navy in November of 1975. After graduation in June of 1976, he started his Naval training. Gregory entered the U.S. Navy in May of 1977, he then transferred to the Naval Reserve in April of 1979, and was honorably discharged in November of 1981. While living in Millington, TN, Gregory worked at the Millington water treatment plant and Millington Power and Light. He then moved to Paducah, KY, working onboard the tugboats that pull barges on the river. Gregory moved back to central Minnesota to work at Jennie-O Foods and New Flyer Bus Company. Gregory also volunteered for the DAV and was a member of the Moose Lodge. In June of 2015, Gregory married June Smith, and he then moved to Avon, where the two of them resided together. In May of 2017, Gregory, unfortunately, had a severe stroke which left him to reside at the VA since September 2018. Gregory enjoyed watching a good Twins baseball game, and playing cards, especially Cribbage and 500. He loved to drive around, stopping to visit people and tell stories. Gregory will always be remembered for his joking around and his big laugh. Gregory is survived by his wife, June of Avon; his sons, Ryan Waldorf of Millington, TN, Trevor Waldorf of Millington, TN; his brothers and sisters, Stephen (Nancy) Waldorf of Olivia, MN, Carol (Rich) Primus of Albany, Mary (Denny) Popp of Rice, Sharon (Larry) Jacobson of LeRoy, MN, Lucy (Keith) Overman of Freeport, Ronald Waldorf of Albany, Beverly (Frank) Tokarz of Victoria, MN, Edith Gerads of St. Stephen, Bonnie (Jeff Solum) Waldorf of Minnetonka, Roxanne (Mark) Newton of Lino Lakes, Chris Waldorf of St. Cloud, Bob (Amy) Waldorf of Hanover, and Ami (Ron) Ohmann of Albany. He is preceded in death by his parents.

Feliciana football round-up, what's coming up for teams

As yet another football Friday has come and gone, it is time once again to catch up on all the scores and stories from around the Felicianas. Kicking things off, the East Feliciana Tigers pulled out a massive win on the road at Kentwood High School. The final score was 39-13 and it moves the Tigers to a record of 1-1 following their season-opening loss to Episcopal.