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March 22, 2017—The Cohoes City School District is considering providing CDTA swipe cards to all students in grades 6-12 beginning in the 2017-18 school year. The cost to provide swipe cards to the roughly 960 eligible students is an estimated $127,500. This includes routing software and the necessary technology to issue passes. About $20,000 of the total amount would be reimbursed by state aid [...] read the full story>>
March 22, 2017—The Cohoes City School District has used four snow days so far this year: January 24, February 9 and March 14-15. To ensure students have the required number of instructional days to meet state guidelines, Tuesday, May 30 (which had been identified on the school calendar as a possible contingent holiday) will be a regular school day for all Cohoes students PreK-12.
March 21, 2017—Beginning next week with the intent to meet monthly, the Cohoes City School District is excited to invite parents and guardians of UPK and Kindergarten students to a new meet-up hosted by Parent Liaison Brittney Hunt. The parent connections gatherings are an opportunity for parents to build a network of support for the trials and tribulations of raising 4 and 5 year-olds. read the full story>>
February 27, 2017—Two open board seats will be on the school budget vote ballot on May 16. Candidates who are interested in running for a three-year term on the board can pick up a petition at the district office, 7 Bevan Street (third floor at Cohoes Middle School). Candidates are required to submit a petition with 100 original signatures no later than 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 26. read the full story>>