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P.O. Box 430  136 Academy Drive
Schoharie, New York 12157
David M. Blanchard, Superintendent of Schools
DBlanchard@schoharie.k12.ny.us

518.295.6600

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Furry and feathered, green and growing

Ag Day 2017

Schoharie's Agriculture Day celebrates a wide range of opportunities and careers, as well as the enjoyment of working with the furry and feathered. VIEW GALLERY

Schoharie Elementary now a stop on the Quilt Barn Trail

Katlyn with finished feathers squareSchoharie Elementary School is now a proud member of The Schoharie County Quilt Barn Trail, with two large, student-painted wooden quilt blocks proudly displayed on the building's exterior.

Elementary and high school students and faculty worked together to create the squares. Schoharie is the first school in the county to install quilt barn blocks.  READ MORE

 

 

Talented musicians earn NYSSMA gold and silver

Schoharie's High School bands may not have participated in the New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) Majors Festival in many years, but the talented musicians more than made up for lost time by earning gold and silver ratings at the May 17 event. READ MORE

Schoharie takes on Workforce Team Challenge

Schoharie CSD at Workforce Challenge

Despite 90-degree heat, Team Schoharie was among 8,000 finishers of the 3.5 mile CDPHP Workforce Team Challenge in Albany. READ MORE

District residents approve budget, bus purchase and capital project propositions and elect two to Board

Schoharie Central School District residents voted 389 to 143 to approve a proposed $23,415,819 budget for the 2017-18 school year. They also approved propositions for a capital project, a capital reserve fund and to purchase school buses, and elected John Florussen and Laraine Gell to the Board of Education. READ MORE

Schoharie Valley FFA team wins top awards at states

Farm Business Management FFA team

Schoharie Valley FFA Farm Management Team members Courtney Koons, Marilyn Hanley, Morgan Hoffmann and Daphnie Sigler all placed in the top 10 at the New York State FFA Convention. Fellow chapter members Alexis Borst, Alexis Danthine, Sydney Stanley and Gabrielle Danthine were also honored. Members head to the nationals this fall. READ MORE

Noah Valvo awarded HMRRC's Shrader Scholarship

Noah ValvoSchoharie senior Noah Valvo loves to push himself when he runs to see how much he can improve his time and to place in the top three race finishers.

Right now, Valvo is among the Capital Region's top six high school athletes to be awarded a 2017 Bill Shrader, Sr. Memorial Scholarship by the Hudson Mohawk Road Runners Club. READ MORE

Claire Williams honored by National Merit Scholarship program for achievement on PSAT

Claire WilliamsSchoharie High School junior Claire Williams has been recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation as being among the 50,000 highest-scoring participants of approximately 1.5 million program entrants. READ MORE

Handcrafted with pride

SCS students build tables

What do you do when your school has new Smartboards, but needs tables for the laptops and other equipment and materials that work with them? At Schoharie Central School, the high school technology class builds them. READ MORE

All Sports Booster Club sponsors June 3 Color Run

Run, walk and be colorful. Sign up for the Schoharie All Sports Booster Club and Middleburgh PTSO's Scho-Burgh 2017 Paint the Valley Color Run 5K on Saturday, June 3 in Middleburgh. READ MORE

Drills provide important practice

Fire drills, lockdown drills and go-home early drills are a routine but important part of keeping students and staff prepared and our school safe. A set number of drills is required by the state, and drills are held throughout the year, not announced ahead of time and coordinated with local fire, emergency and law enforcement agencies.

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Parent Today is a free, award-winning e-newsletter and companion website designed to help build a stronger bridge between families and the classroom. Parent Today is filled with great information for parents, guardians, teachers and more. READ MORE

Buckles pupdates

Buckles in his red working vest

Read the latest "pupdates" from Buckles, Schoharie Central School's social therapeutic classroom assistance dog.

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