Month: March 2018

Board of Education approves safety officer position

The Canajoharie Central School District Board of Education on Thursday approved the creation a school safety officer position for the remainder of the 2017-18 school year. The decision comes after approximately 400 people completed a survey about establishing the position, with approximately 85 percent of them in support of it.  The Canajoharie village board passed …

New school monitors at East Hill support safety goals

Twenty-two thousand ― that’s how many steps East Hill Elementary School monitor Melissa Stevens says she takes in any given day at the school. She escorts the district’s youngest learners anytime they need to leave their classrooms, such as when they have to go to the school nurse, to get something from their lockers or …

Important letter about changes for health exams and forms

March 21, 2018 Dear parent/guardian and health care provider: This letter is to inform you of two important changes in the Education Law effective 7/1/2018.  Beginning 7 /1/18 all New York State public school students must have a health exam when they enter school as a new entrant, Pre-K, Kindergarten and grades 1, 3, 5, …

The Classroom Chronicle – News from East Hill Elementary School – March 14

Volume 6, Issue 5 March is PARP (Pick a Reading Partner) Month! Thank you to PTA for planning our PARP program. Here are some details:  Reading log. Students are encouraged to read 15 minutes each night and keep track on the reading log calendar.  Hay bales. Students can fill out the paper hay bales identifying …

Voters approve bus lease proposition on Tuesday, March 13

Qualified voters of the Canajoharie Central School District will go to the polls on Tuesday, March 13 from noon to 9 p.m. at Canajoharie High School to consider a school bus proposition. If approved, the proposition will allow the district to lease three 66-passenger school buses for five years. The bus lease will not have …

Post navigation