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Niskayuna High sets new rules for dropping off students

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Niskayuna High School is changing its drop-off procedures effective Monday to improve student safety. At issue is a 15-minute period in the morning beginning at 7:20 a.m. when both high school students and middle school students who have music ensemble rehearsals at the high school are being dropped off. The convergence of all these vehicles can create backups at both the Balltown Road and Nott Street Extension entrances. Superintendent Susan Kay Salvaggio on Tuesday announced ...

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