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7 Bevan Street

Cohoes, NY 12047

(518) 237.0100

 

Jennifer Spring, Ed.D.

Superintendent

Character Trait of the Month
Responsibility/
Dependability and self-control

LATEST NEWS:

Update on meningitis vaccination requirement for students in grades 7, 12

September 26, 2016—On Sept. 21, 2016, the New York State Department of Health issued a 30-day grace period for parents or legal guardians to comply with the meningococcal immunization requirements. Now is a good time to check with your doctor to schedule the meningococcal vaccine requirement if your child entered 7th or 12th grade this year. read the full story>>

Elementary schools call on "MENtors" to walk their child to school on Sept. 20

September 14, 2016—On Tuesday, Sept. 20, Cohoes fathers, grandfathers, uncles, brothers, cousins and friends will gather with the elementary school-aged children in their life and walk them to school. Principals from the three Cohoes elementary schools are calling on all of the important MENtors who serve as role models to the hundreds of children attending their schools to take an active role in their education [...] read the full story>>

Meet the district's new K-12 instructional technology integration specialist: Jennifer Sangiacomo

August 24, 2016—Jennifer Sangiacomo was appointed at the July 9 Board of Education meeting to serve as the new K-12 instructional technology integration specialist. She will work with teachers and staff across the district to improve and expand teaching and learning with technology, and champion the successful integration of Google Apps for Education—one of the many technology initiatives in the 2016-17 school year. read the full story>>

Cohoes and Lansingburgh win $60K consortium grant to educate homeless students, become trauma-sensitive districts

August 15, 2016—The Cohoes City School District will partner with Lansingburgh Central School District in a three-year McKinney-Vento grant geared toward improving enrollment, attendance and academic success of their homeless youth populations—a combined 197 children in grades K-12 in the 2014-15 school year. The basic grant award of $40K will be used to purchase software licenses, classroom supplies [...] read the full story>>