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7 Bevan Street

Cohoes, NY 12047

(518) 237.0100

 

Jennifer Spring, Ed.D.

Superintendent

Character Trait of the Month
The character trait for the month of April is: Fairness and Listening.

LATEST NEWS: 

Latest budget workshop takes a closer look at tax levy, instructional support and equipment replacement needs

April 16, 2015—School Business Official Stacy Mackey presented three tax levy scenarios at last night’s final budget development workshop to compare the levy’s impact on tax payers and the use of fund balance and reserves to cover the proposed 1.84 percent increase over the current year budget. The Board of Education is expected to adopt the 2015-16 budget at their April 22 business meeting. read the full story>>

SUNY Plattsburg communication professor presents at second 'Career Connections' day

April 7, 2015—Noting the grit and determination of the people who live here, a Cohoes graduate and current SUNY professor of communications is urging CHS students to network and use their ties to this close-knit community to their advantage. Peter Ensel, III, clearly remembers his days as a Cohoesier growing up in the Spindle City. read the full story>>

Cohoes City Schools teams up with City Youth Bureau in “Mentors in Motion” running program

April 2, 2015—The City of Cohoes Youth Bureau recently launched the “Mentors in Motion” six-week program to connect Cohoes youth, ages 8-12, with community athletes who serve as mentors, to train together for local running events. The first training session prepares athletes and youth to run the Cohoes Mastodon Challenge in May [...] read the full story>>

Schools to see more aid in approved state budget

April 2, 2015—After an unusual state budget process that included a mid-session change in Assembly leadership and preliminary school aid data that was withheld from school districts by the Governor, the Cohoes City School District expects an estimated $1,149,786 increase in state funding over the current year as part of the final state budget approved by the State Legislature. [...] read the full story>>