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Month: May 2019

Scholar-Athlete Teams Spring 2018-19

Canajoharie CSD is very proud to announce our spring New York State Public High School Athletic Association Scholar-Athlete teams! To qualify, a varsity team’s average GPA for 75% of the roster much be a 90 or above. Congrats to our STUDENT-athletes for earning this distinction!!

Heroes and Sweethearts come to Canajoharie Middle School

  Students throughout Canajoharie Middle School donned capes and masks and stood up for what was right in the gathering place on Monday. They stood up to play-acting bullies and conquered fears with self-confidence with the help of Tom Murphy, Rick Yarosh, and Amos (Yarosh’s black labrador assistant) from the Sweethearts and Heroes motivational speaking …

Canajoharie Sophomores become published authors

In a contest for Young Writers, Canajoharie sophomores Carolyn Phillips and Christian Jones each had 100-word stories published in a book entitled, “Young Writers Presents Stranger Sagas.” The stories were story starters meant to build suspense and inspire adventure stories similar to those storylines in series such as Stranger Things.

Canajoharie voters approve $22.58 million budget; elect board member

Canajoharie Central School District residents on May 21 approved the district’s 2019-20 school budget by a vote of 161 to 93, a margin of 63.3 percent. The approved $22.58 million budget reflects a 0.89 percent spending decrease over the current year’s budget and carries a 3.5 percent tax levy increase. Residents also elected Peter Lawrence …

Residents to decide on proposed $22.58 million budget on May 21

On Tuesday, May 21, residents of the Canajoharie Central School District will go to the polls to vote on the district’s proposed $22.58 million budget for the 2019-20 school year. The proposed budget represents a 0.89% reduction in spending and proposes a property tax levy increase of 3.5%, which is at the district’s allowable limit …

Made of Something Stronger Breakfast

On Thursday, May 16 at the Winner’s Circle in Fonda, four Canajoharie seniors, and an educator were honored at the third annual Montogomery County Students and Educators Made of Something Stronger Breakfast. Before the event, the school was asked to identify four well-rounded students who are all successful in the classroom and are excellent representatives …

Third Grade Classes Explore Ancient Caves in the High School Library

“It was so realistic with crumpled paper!” exclaimed Ryan. “You felt like wolves were howling five inches from your cave,” remarked Johnny. “The handprints and artwork inspired me to feel different than usual,” commented Layton. Mrs. Damone’s, Mrs. Giarrizzo’s, Mrs. Towse’s, and Miss Ortiz’s third-grade classes journeyed into the past in an art installation in …

Taya Yacobucci Winner of SADD Post-Prom Party T-Shirt Design

Taya Yacobucci won this year’s Annual SADD Post-Prom Party T-shirt Design Contest. The contest was held in Mrs. Michelle Egelston’s graphic design class and was open to all students in the class. On May 4, 2019, Junior-Senior Prom night, SADD will be providing students with an all-night, drug and alcohol-free, fully chaperoned Post-Prom Party. The …

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