Month: January 2018

East Hill Elementary safety meeting report – Jan. 22

Leaders in the Canajoharie Central School District gathered with the public on Jan. 22 to discuss the security and safety of East Hill Elementary School. East Hill Principal Stacey Ward sent over the following report about the productive meeting: A huge thank you to staff members Jeanne, Ann Marie, Michele N and Caresse for participating …

Canajoharie Board of Education to meet Jan. 25

The Canajoharie Central School District Board of Education is scheduled to hold its an informational meeting at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 25 at Canajoharie High School. The agenda includes updates on the Capital Improvement Project that voters approved in December, a report from members of the high school’s Student Teacher Activity Rally (STAR) team …

Canajoharie-Fort Plain swim team to hold annual Coaches vs. Cancer meet against Gloversville

The Canajoharie-Fort Plain swim team will host local rival Gloversville on Jan. 30 at 4:30 p.m. in the Nellis Memorial Pool. However, the hosts are also taking on a bigger foe as the meet will also be the team’s annual Coaches vs. Cancer event. Beyond the action in the water there will be raffles, drawings, …

Lifeguard certification course over February break

The Nellis Memorial Pool will hold a lifeguard certification course for interested lifeguards or waterfront facility from Tuesday 2/20 – Friday 2/24. The course costs $300. Participants will learn the knowledge and skills to take the New York State Parks Lifeguard Exam. Participants must be at least 15 years old. Email Kevin Stuttle, kevin.stuttle@canjo.org, for more …

The Classroom Chronicle – News from East Hill Elementary School – Jan. 24

Volume 6, Issue 4 What do consequences look like in a Conscious Discipline school? If a child misbehaves at East Hill, there are consequences for that behavior. Our consequences are reasonable, respectful and relevant to the misbehavior, as much as possible. Consequences include: loss of recess, loss of lunch with friends, removal from classroom or …

High school graphic design students help motivate middle schoolers

Facebook Gallery The messages are simple but powerful. “Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Safe, Be Ready to Learn.” The four phrases, along with a cougar, anchor the yellow and black 7-foot long poster that will be mounted in the Canajoharie middle school. The poster was designed by Canajoharie senior Natalie Frank and is one of …

Canajoharie CSD recognized on 8th annual College Board Advanced Placement District Honor Roll

The Canajoharie Central School District is the only local school district and one of just 26 in New York state to be named to the College Board’s eighth annual Advanced Placement District Honor Roll. The list was released in December and includes 447 schools nationwide. Overall, the list is focused on student access and success …

“Mary Poppins” Cast Announced

The joint Fort Plain-Canajoharie Drama Club has announced the cast for this year’s musical, “Mary Poppins.” The classic tale of a magical nanny coming to care for the Banks children and taking them on fantastic adventures will be performed at the Canajoharie High School on Friday, March 23 and Saturday, March 24 at 7:00 p.m. …

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