CMS summer work packets and 18-19 supply lists

Our students made significant progress this year in ELA, math and science and we want to keep that momentum going in order to prevent a “summer slide.” Numerous studies indicate that students who don’t practice newly learned skills during their summer vacations see their abilities stagnate or decline. This effect becomes more pronounced as students …

CMS fourth quarter honor and high honor rolls

Cohoes Middle School has announced high honors (91.5-100 percent average) and honors (84.5-91.49 percent average) students for the fourth quarter of the 2017-18 school year. High Honor Roll – Grade 6 Ronald Anson, Mary Breen, Zachary Bushey, Isabella Buttofucco, Sunali Carter, Isabella Charbonneau-Clement, Christopher Cipollo, Ava DeChiaro, Victoria Dodge, Ashley Fanniff, Nicholas Fish, Lillie Garneau, Charles Gendron, Ella Gendron, Kyleigh …

New teachers contract will lengthen school day in 2018-19

Cohoes school leaders and teachers have agreed to a new four-year contract that will lengthen the school day at all grade levels. The Cohoes Board of Education on Wednesday unanimously approved the new deal, which will be in effect through the 2020-21 school year. The contract is retroactive to July 1, 2017 as teachers worked …

CDTA bus schedule June 12-22

High School Bus Runs June 12 – 7:30 am drop off, 11:45 am drop off/pick up, and 2:40 pick up June 13 – 7:30 am drop off, 11:45 am drop off/pick up, and 2:40 pick up June 14 – 7:30 am drop off, 11:45 am drop off/pick up, and 2:40 pick up June 15 – normal am drop off and pm pick up June 18 –  normal am drop off and …

CHS announces Student Scholar, scholarship winners

Cohoes High School recently announced the Student Scholar recipients for the 2017-18 school year, along with a number of scholarship winners. Student Scholars To qualify as a Student Scholar, students had to appear on the highest honor or high honor roll in three of the last four quarters. This year’s recipients are: Alexander, Julianna Alonzo, …

Five seniors sign collegiate athletic letters

Five Cohoes seniors on Thursday signed letters of intent/celebratory letters to continue their athletic careers next year at the collegiate level.

June 6 incident involving substitute HS teacher

On Wednesday afternoon several Cohoes High School students reported that a substitute teacher played a video in class that was inappropriate. The teacher was escorted to the office where he admitted showing the video to two classes. Administrators confirmed that the video was not suitable for an educational setting and immediately dismissed the teacher. The …

HS Regents exam schedule and CDTA info

Exam Schedule Tuesday, June 5, 8:30 a.m.: Transition Exam – RE in Global History & Geography Tuesday, June 12, 8:30 a.m.: English Language Arts Tuesday, June 12, 12:30 p.m.: Algebra I Wednesday, June 13, 8:30 a.m.: RE in US History & Government Wednesday, June 13, 12:30 p.m.: Living Environment Thursday, June 14, 8:30 a.m.: Physical Setting/Earth Science Thursday, …

Ricci, relay team advance to state track championships

Natalie Ricci paced the competition in the 100-meter and 200-meter events at Friday’s qualifying to earn a spot at the outdoor track and field state championships to be held June 8 and 9 in Syracuse. Ricci, along with teammates Hannah Ragule, Caileigh Miron, and Alexis Stratton, will also compete in the 4×100 relay at states after …

Rep. Tonko delivers Library of Congress books to CMS

Congressman Paul Tonko (D-NY) on Wednesday delivered $845 worth of books to Cohoes Middle School. The books came from the Library of Congress as part of their Book Surplus Program. “There are books on canal history, New York history, American history,” Tonko said. “And that’s good stuff. It’s our fabric, our being, our sense of …

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