Month: June 2021

American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) plan

The Canajoharie Central School District in collaboration with the Board of Education, Faculty, Staff, Administration and  Community, have developed the plan for the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) stimulus funds that were awarded to the district for the next three years.  Attached is detail on the use of the funds.  If anyone has any questions …

VIDEOS: The One and Only Ivan

Mrs. Kelly – July 23  Mrs. James – July 22  Mrs. Hodge – July 21  Mrs. Hillier – July 20  Mrs. Giarrizzo – July 19  Mrs. Elfner – July 16  Mrs. Ehle – July 15  Mr. Eggleston – July 14  Mrs. Goldman – July 13 Mrs. Dopp …

Summer Drama Club presents Beauty and the Beast July 30-31

The Summer Drama Club will present Beauty and the Beast at 7 p.m. Friday, July 30, and 2 p.m., Saturday, July 31, in the high school auditorium. The show features students from Canajoharie and two other school districts. General admission tickets are $8, and student admission is $5. Anyone under age 5 enters for free. 

New York State School Boards Association presents district with banner for history podcast

A history podcast called, “The Missing Chapter: History’s Forgotten Stories,” created by Canajoharie High School teachers Philip Horender and Philip Schoff, earned recognition from the New York State School Boards Association (NYSSBA) this week. NYSSBA presented the district with a banner as part of its “Champions of Change” program. “It has come to our attention …

Varsity baseball team captures second sectional championship in its history

The varsity baseball team captured the second baseball sectional championship in school history by defeating Lake George 7-6 in exciting fashion. The second seeded Cougars trailed the ninth seeded Indian 6-4 entering the bottom of the 7th inning. Lead-off hitter Keegan Meyers got the rally started by safely reaching first on a Lake George error …

Two students win anti-cyber-bullying poster contest

About 115 Canajoharie students between 4-5 grade created anti-cyber-bullying posters recently during a contest that was the culmination of an eight-week unit. The two winners of the poster contest included fourth grade student, Parker Shults, and fifth grade student, Samantha LaMont. East Hill family facilitator Michele Nare organized the contest.  Shults’ message was that bullying …

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