Putnam Central School is located at 126 County Route 2 Putnam Station, NY serving grades Pk-6 in Washington County. It is located just off Route 22 with Whitehall to the south and Ticonderoga to the north. This area was originally settled by the Scottish and has the charm of farmland along with beautiful, rolling hills. The School has access to state-of-the-art technology including high speed Internet access, streaming video and cd-roms in every classroom. This enables teachers and students to acquire the new skills needed for living in the 21st Century.
Washington County’s strip of land in the north creates a sort of finger, bordering Lake George on the west and Lake Champlain on the east. The southern part of the county is not far from Saratoga and Albany and features scenic farms and rolling hills. There are several different cultures and religions attending this New York Public School so it has a very diverse background of students. Teachers are very committed to teaching these young minds and prepare them for grade advancements while preserving the ethics and cultural environment every parent expects.
Parents at this school have a high opinion of the teachers and believe the quality of education received at the school is above average when compared to other schools in New York. Along with the quality of teachers, the principal, extracurricular activities, safety, and discipline are also among the top when talking to parents with children enrolled in the school. Parent involvement is also a very important aspect of the educational programs designed at this upstanding school.
Putnam Central SchoolPutnam Central School District
126 County Route 2
Putnam Station, NY 12861
Rural, inside CBSA (Rural: Distant)
Serving Grades: PK-6
Principal: Matthew BoucherCompare to nearby schools »
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