Albany School Reads

Members of the New York Air National Guard's 224th Air Defense Group take time to read to our students.

Celebrating Dr. Seuss's Birthday

Readers volunteered from across the community to read to your kids.

  • Students were read books by Fire Chief Russell Brooks, Callihan Marshall from WKTV, Jamie Deline from WUTR, Michelle Klosek from the Landmark Society, a representative of the Oneida County Sherrif's Office. And David Laguerre of AWE (Advocacy Welcomes Empowerment) collected and donated over 300 books for our students to take home.


Members of the Utica Comets have a Q and A with students and speak on the importance of a good education and teamwork. And pass out autographed photos.


Welcome to the Albany Elementary School website! Take time to browse our website and find out about our school.
The Utica City School District will provide a quality education for a diverse student population in a safe and orderly environment. Students will develop essential academic and responsible citizenship skills and graduate ready to pursue continuing education, become gainfully employed or enlist in military service. This district will provide quality and equity in the distribution of resources including well‐maintained facilities and emerging technology. Fiscal and administrative accountability and continuous improvement in the education of our students is the goal of the Utica City School District.
Albany School Community
(Safety+ Respect) x (Academic + Social Skills) =Career/College Ready


    Albany School’s Mission Statement   


Albany Elementary School will provide a safe, respectful environment ensuring all students achieve their full potential to meet the rigorous curriculum utilizing 21st Century Skills and emerging Technology through working with parents and communities to become

career and college ready.

Albany School’s Goal

2016 – 2017


Albany School will provide a nurturing environment with high

 expectations for student achievement that is driven by data analysis,

action plans and a culture that is responsive to the needs of the school

community as evidenced by increasing baseline scores in

 ELA from 30% to 35% and Math from 33% to 38%.


Albany School Community

(Safety + Respect) x (Academic + Social Skills) = Career/College Ready 

Science Fair 2016

Student Interviews

Albany Art Showcase

Gators Go Green

News & Events

Albany Students Sing

Contact Info

Mrs. Kalavazoff
Mrs. Tania Kalavazoff, Principal
DASA Coordinator
Office: 792.2150  Fax: 792.2151 
Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.
Nurse: Krista Klopoteck, 368.6502