• Gov. George Clinton Elementary School

    Gov. George Clinton Elementary School

    Gov. George Clinton Elementary School is one of four elementary schools serving City of Poughkeepsie students. In 2019-2020 enrollment was 320.

    Address: 100 Montgomery St.

    Phone: 845-451-4600 (During the COVID-19 pandemic, call 845-245-5268)

    Principal: Dr. David Scott, dscott@poughkeepsieschools.org

    Main Office hours: 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

    School hours: 8:00 a.m. - 2:35 p.m.

    Enrollment: 320 (2019-20) 

    Staff: 65 (2019-20)

    School Nurse: 845-451-4600 ext. 7410

Safety Data Sheets

District News

  • Parent conferences help all students

    Parent-teacher conferences are scheduled for next week. Parents can help lessen a child's anxiety about the conference by having open conversations with teachers weekly and communicating with their child regularly.

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  • Athletics plans booster club

    One of the goals for the Athletic Department this year is to establish a booster club that will help create more opportunities for our student athletes.

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  •  PCSD staff, Dutchess Outreach staff and volunteers pose behind tables filled with 1,000 pounds of f

    Partnership brings local food to families

    Thanks to a partnership with Dutchess Outreach, Poughkeepsie City School District Community Schools Department provided about 200 bags of food to city residents Friday.

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  • Chat date shifts, focus is on 2 programs

    Superintendent Fireside Chats are intended to engage members of the community in a two-way dialogue on topics ranging from the district’s improvement strategy to recommendations from community stakeholders on how school and Community stakeholders can collaborate to increase the academic, social, emotional, and wellness success of PCSD students.

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  • Middle school AP wants everyone to be seen

    lison Ramirez applied to be the assistant principal at Poughkeepsie Middle School to model possibilities for students there.

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