Category: District News

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 …

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 …

Student athlete signs letter of intent to play basketball at SUNY Oswego

Canajoharie High School senior Luke Van Slyke signed a letter of intent on Tuesday, April 30 to play basketball at SUNY Oswego this fall. Van Slyke’s achievements and talents on the court granted him a spot in the 1,000 points club. Van Slyke, the son of Neal and Lorraine Van Slyke, will accept a scholarship …

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