7 Bevan Street

Cohoes, NY 12047

(518) 237.0100


Robert K. Libby


Character Trait of the Month
The character trait for the month of October is: Trustworthiness, Honesty and Integrity.


New York School Board Recognition Week: October 27-31

October 29, 2014—Local control of education through elected school boards is an American tradition that stems back to the original 13 colonies. While school boards are small and local, they represent one of the most important commitments citizens can make to their community — overseeing the education of its youth. Cohoes City School District is joining public school districts across the state to celebrate [...] read the full story>>

Cohoes teacher leaders to present at annual symposium on poverty and academic performance

October 29, 2014—Melissa Lowden and Sharon Laughlin, two Cohoes elementary school teachers participating the the Strengthening Teacher and Leader Effectiveness 2 grant, are scheduled to present at NYSASCD's Second Annual Symposium: Turning High-Poverty Schools into High-Perfoming Schools at Union College on November 4. read the full story>>

District prepared to respond to health concerns

State Department of Health requests that districts disseminate information on Ebola outbreak in West Africa October 28, 2014—The fall and winter months often mean more cold symptoms, influenza and occasional fevers. This season is no different, but recent media reports about communicable diseases in New York City and Dallas, Texas, have prompted the Cohoes City School District to review its procedures [...] read the full story>>

CHS indoor walking track opens to community on Monday, Nov. 3

October 28, 2014—The Cohoes City School District invites city residents to utilize its suspended walking track at the Alumni Gymnasium located at Cohoes High School starting on Monday, November 3. Residents who wish to use the track must obtain a guest track ID card prior to using the track. There is a one-time $10 fee for processing of the ID badge. Replacement IDs will cost $5. read the full story>>