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PBIS spells positivity

2017-18 District News

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June 2018

Seniors honored with awards, scholarships


Lily Caza receives GlaxoSmithKline Science Award


Schoharie HS shines at CTE awards ceremony


How planes fly and why they crash


Matthew L. Wright named director of curriculum & pupil personnel services


Mark Molesky inducted into National Technical Honor Society in recognition of CTE, academic excellence


May 2018

Schoharie Elementary honored as No Place for Hate


SCS alum Burke Herrick wins VSA Young Soloist award


Taking on the Workforce Team Challenge for charity


Jackson VanDerwerken wins HS Theatre Award; "Cinderella" wins Schenectady Light Opera Co. honors


Vocalists share their talents in Norwich


Schoharie's music all-stars


Residents approve budget, propositions, elect 2 to board


New grade-level health requirements take effect July 1


Carrie Styles receives Excellence in Teaching Award


Learning gets real at Albany Medical College


A first-hand view of government


SCS students nominated for HS Theatre Awards


Devlan Matthews & team cook up top-10 national finish


April 2018

Kindergarten screenings are April 24 & 25


Jedidiah Fox qualifies for National Merit Scholarship


30 students are inducted into NHS, NJHS


Schoharie students head to SkillsUSA states


Student arrested for making threat


Visiting pros share about music in their lives


Volleyball team raises $1,782 for local cancer patients


Marcus Mohalland motivates young readers


March 2018

Autism awareness trainings offered at no cost


More than 3 dozen SCS students perform at All-County


Doing their best while working together


Award-winning skills


Art on Main Street, thanks to our talented students


Lily Caza named valedictorian, Claire Williams is salutatorian of SCS Class of 2018


Catching leprechauns takes knowledge, creativity


Building community while exploring history


Art, culture and Black history


Community members share thoughts on budget


February 2018

All encouraged to participate in March 1 Budget Forum


Future Business Leaders bring home honors


STEAM Night a hit with 130 Schoharie, Duanesburg students


Callahan & Lints wrestle at states


Resources to help children cope


SCS Performing Arts presents Cinderella March 9-11


Carrie Krohn awarded full Siena soccer scholarship


January 2018

Choir connects with California composer


SCS hosts Small Town Throwdown Cheer Competition


High-tech sleuths seek elusive gingerbread man


Stephen Alescio tops 1,000 points in varsity career


Lots of learning to be generated at STEAM Fun Night


Elementary students hit the court with Siena Saints


Schoharie Hydro Squad launches into LEGO event


Team tech-connects with Canadian microbiologist


December 2017

Executive order does not allow 2018 school tax prepayment


Learning by teaching


5th graders make a choice, create bowls full of kindness


Siena athletes help make elementary No Place for Hate   Photo Story


Close-up education thanks to distance learning


DiNuzzo and Teeter selected for Melodies of Christmas


FFA receives donation from Farm Credit East


Program gives students wings to soar


A table overflowing with help for the Helping Club


Carrie Krohn named All American, team members named to WAC All Stars, All-Area teams

Dylan Callahan wrestles way to 100th win

Holiday cheer on parade


They Just Ran - really well


FFA students earn numerous top ten awards


November 2017

Across the pond experts guide Select Choir


Gobble, gobble [Photo story]


Putting conflict resolution into student hands


Bus hit from behind by car, no injuries reported


Educators take the plunge for Special Olympics


Thank you veterans  [Photo Gallery]


Elks donate dictionaries to entire 3rd grade


Nationally known speaker for Meet the Coaches Night Nov. 14


Free program on paying for college, more at Schoharie Library, Nov. 30


Girls soccer team competes for championship


October 2017

Students, staff not injured after bird strikes bus


Help students help fight hunger - now!


Elementary students show gains from new programs


SCS staff share empathy expertise in Parent Today  


Computer Science & Info Systems Team takes silver


Tennis team serves up tourney win


STEM and research among shared interests of NYS Academic Scholars Helmstadt, Caza & Williams


Homecoming 2017


September 2017

Dog days of summer in autumn?


PBIS Wellness Day teaches life tools


New science standards for pre-K-12


Tasty memories


1st day of school photo gallery [Photo gallery]


School is cool, especially on the first day


August 2017

Schoharie Valley FFA earns top awards at NY State Fair


Tourney champs


Construction manager named


Community Resilience Days offer volunteer opportunities, training


July 2017

What's next for the Class of 2017


Capital project update


Elementary artists exhibit in district gallery


Positive behavior is prized at Schoharie Elementary


Brainy learning served up at STEAM Cafe


All a-buzz about science and engineering



Looking for an older story? go to our 2016-17_District News Archive.

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