Oct. 22 ACT at Canajoharie High School canceled
Please note the ACT Exam scheduled at Canajoharie
High School has been canceled due to low registration numbers.
Congratulations to the Canajoharie golfers
Congratulations to the Canajoharie Varsity Golf
Team. This year they won the Western Athletic Conference Tournament
and the WAC Large School Division Title. Now, five players will go
on to compete at Sectionals.
(read more and see photo)
Floats needed for Oct. 14 Homecoming Parade
Students and school organizations are invited to
enter floats in the annual Homecoming Parade Oct. 14. Floats will
line up at 3:30 p.m. in the Arkell Libary parking lot. The parade
will step off at 4 p.m. and march to the middle school. Adult
supervision is required for all floats. Call Cherrie Fox at 673-6062
or Fabiola Hartlieb at 424-9994 to register your floats.
Canajoharie students attempting to fill school bus with food
Students in Canajoharie are accepting
non-perishable food items from now until Nov. 18 with the goal of
collecting a full bus load of donations in time for the holidays.
Stay Humble, Work Hard and Be Kind theme of 2016-17 school year
at Canajoharie High School
During the first day of school Wednesday, Sept.
7, Canajoharie High School's STAR (Student-Teacher Activity Rally)
program lead a series of activities revolving around this year's
theme, Stay Humble, Work Hard and Be Kind.
View the Freshmen Orientation presentation
Canajoharie High School held an orientation for
incoming freshmen on Thursday. If you were unable to attend the
event, you can view important information online.
"Promposal" information available
Click the link to view information regarding the
May 2017 prom.
Ninth grade supply list available (Updated!)
The supply list for incoming freshmen is
available for download.
(view supply list)
Global Problem Solving students present to local, county and
Canajoharie High School students shared their
future vision for the Exit 29 Redevelopment Site during a recent
presentation to a special audience of local, county and state
(read more and see video)
Math and technology students collaborate on solar project
Using parabolic equations and construction
skills, students in Mrs. Patricia Countryman’s Applied Pre-Calculus
class and Mr. Dwayne Heroth’s Energy and Power class worked in pairs
to create functioning solar cookers, which they used to make hot
dogs during class.
(read more and see photos)