Good behavior = new bicycles and helmets.
Be responsible. Be respectful. Be safe. Be a
Soil and water conservation expert connects students with science in
As a local connection to the science curriculum,
Pete Nichols from Schoharie County Soil and Water Conservation spoke to
5th graders about the Little Schoharie Creek project, one of the biggest
such projects in the country.
What were George M. Cohan, David Bowie and Katy Perry doing at
Schoharie Elementary on Feb. 15? Fifth-graders delved into the lives
of these famous musicians and more for their Living Wax Museum
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Numbers count as fun with GO Math!
This elementary student waited in line for his turn at a math
activity. The school's new GO Math! curriculum is a hit.
4th grade treats town to carols
There was joy in the air when the 4th grade shared
happy holiday songs in Schoharie.
STEAM into fun learning
STEAM is science and technology interpreted through engineering and the
arts, all based in mathematical elements. But at SCS, STEAM teaches
children so much more.
Honoring those who have served
Pre-K through 6th graders, faculty, staff and the community joined
together in honoring those who've served our nation at a
special veterans assembly.
Tasty, homemade, local and healthy
Now appearing in Schoharie's cafeterias: Wolfe's
Terrace Mountain apples, homemade chili and other tasty entrees,
savory fruit crunch desserts and smart-snack-approved cookies. Hungry
yet? Lots of positive changes are being made in the school meals menus.
Students and staff are encouraged to check them out.
Attendance brochure available
Click here to download the Elementary Attendance
Brochure (PDF). Printed copies are also available in the Elementary
PBIS: Be safe, responsible, respectful, a community
Be Safe. Be Responsible. Be Respectful. Be a
Community: Schoharie Central School students, faculty and staff unite behind these foundations of a positive school environment
through Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports,
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
important for all of us. 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.
NYS child abuse or neglect reporting resources
The New York State Office of Children and Family
Services operates a toll-free hotline telephone number to receive
reports of child abuse and neglect at 1-800-342-3720.
You don't have to be a parent to
enjoy Parent Today!
Parent Today is a free, award-winning
email 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.
Body Mass Index is part of required school health check
New York State Education Law
requires body mass index, or BMI, and weight status group to be included in
a student’s school health examination. The State Health Department
also surveys some schools concerning BMI each year.
Elementary Parent Teacher Student Organization (EPTSO)
You can view a complete list of events on
EPTSO Web Page.
Informational Brochures for Parents
Published by the State Education Department
The State Education Department has published many
brochures designed to help parents help their children. Below are links
to printable PDFs of some of the brochures available.
Helping Your Child With Homework (PDF)
Helping Your Child Learn Science (PDF)
Helping Your Child Learn Mathematics (PDF)
Families can take part in encouraging reading growth
for their children by visiting the "Get Ready to Read!" website at
www.getreadytoread.org. The site offers a number of
skill-building activities for free as well as a selection of
downloadable materials. There is a "Transitioning to Kindergarten"
tool kit to help early childhood professionals and parents plan
activities and collect observations throughout the year leading up to
More Schoharie Elementary news
Visit the SCS
News Archive page for past news stories.
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