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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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Seniors honored with awards, scholarships

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Congratulations to our  many high school seniors who have been honored with awards and scholarships.

Lily Caza receives GlaxoSmithKline Science Award

Lily Caza holds award trophyClass of 2018 valedictorian Lily Caza, who plans to major in either chemical engineering or neuroscience at college, was awarded a $500 GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) Science Award at the healthcare company's Oak Hill site in East Durham.

She'll also take part in a job shadowing experience at GSK and is being considered for a paid summer internship.

Schoharie HS shines at CTE awards ceremony

Congrats to SCS and CTE students for winning awards at a June 6 ceremony: Brittany Cieszynski, Culinary Arts, 2018 Joseph N. Fuchs Award; Devlan Matthews, Culinary Arts, ProStart Award; Victoria Todtschinder, Culinary Arts, Outstanding Student; and Kayla Shackleton, Cosmetology, Growth in Achievement.

Choir, band earn highest rating at festival

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The Jr. High Choir and Band were rated superior by a panel of judges at the Trills & Thrills Festival at North Warren Central School.

How planes fly and why they crash

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On May 1, Schoharie Jr. High students learned this and more at a STEAM Cafe at their school.

Wright is director of curriculum & pupil personnel services

head and shoulders photo of Matthew WrightMatthew L. Wright of Delanson has joined the SCS staff as director of curriculum and pupil personnel services, a position previously held on an interim basis by Michele Weaver.

Among Wright’s goals in his new position are to “ensure that every student has the opportunity to be successful and to be academically and socially prepared for the larger world.”

Mark Molesky inducted into National Technical Honor Society

Schoharie High School student Mark Molesky has been inducted into the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) in recognition of excellence in his career and technical education and academic studies.

Schoharie Elementary honored as No Place for Hate

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Schoharie Elementary School is No Place for Hate and they have an official banner to show for it. Principal Andrea Polikoski, 5th-grade teacher Bridget Krepcio and students Jayden Maitland and Sophia Styles were presented with the banner at a ceremony at U Albany.

New grade-level health requirements take effect July 1

New York state has set new grade-level requirements for health exams and screenings for students in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade.

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Safety drills are routine and important

Fire drills, lockdown drills, go-home-early drills: all are a routine but important part of keeping students and staff prepared and our school safe. Practicing for emergencies is key. 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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June

June 18-22

Regents Exams

June 21-22

Elem. Early Release, 11:50 a.m. dismissal / Staff Development

June 22

Last Day of Classes

June 23

Graduation, HS Gym, 10 a.m.

 

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