Month: April 2018

Budget proposal stays within tax cap; Program enhancements support future-ready learning initiatives

On Tuesday, May 15, residents of the Canajoharie Central School District will vote on a proposed $22.78 million budget for the 2018-19 school year. The proposed budget maintains all current programs and services, and reflects a 4.09 percent year-to-year spending increase with a tax levy increase of 2 percent.  The tax levy limit or “cap” …

Canajoharie food service manager ‘undoubtedly a Friend of Education’

Laurita Broady, Food Service Manager for the Canajoharie and Fort Plain School Districts, was honored with the Capital Area School Development Association (CASDA) Friends of Education Award on Thursday, Feb. 16 at the Friends of Education Dinner. She is pictured at left with Fort Plain Superintendent David Ziskin. CASDA presents this award to recognize the …

Letter from Superintendent Grimshaw regarding April 20, 2018

April 18, 2018 Dear Parents and Students,  As you know, in response to the recent school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, many students and student-groups across the nation have organized demonstrations to protest gun violence and to call upon state and federal lawmakers to take action. As part of these …

Student athlete signs letter of intent to swim at Le Moyne College

Canajoharie High School senior Joe Trembley signed a letter of intent on Thursday, April 12 to swim at Le Moyne College in Syracuse this fall. Trembley’s achievements and talents in the pool took him to states this year, and he was named a Section II all-star. Trembley, the son of Steve and Shannon Trembley, will …

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