CHS to host college planning, financial aid events

The Cohoes High School Career and Counseling Center is set to host two October events designed to help our students and their families explore post-secondary options. College and Career Night Tuesday, October 2 at 6:30 p.m. in the LGI room CHS students and their parents are invited to learn about the college and career exploration …

Sept. 21 incident involving CDTA bus

On Friday afternoon, a number of Cohoes students exited a CDTA bus before reaching their stops while the driver addressed a disciplinary issue. District leaders are reviewing footage from the incident. “The safety of our students is always a top priority,” said Superintendent Jennifer Spring. “We’re working with CDTA officials in order to take appropriate …

Coxsackievirus (Hand, Foot, and Mouth) confirmed at Abram Lansing

As a precaution, district leaders are making families aware of four recently confirmed cases of Coxsackievirus (hand, foot, and mouth disease) at Abram Lansing Elementary School. This is a viral infection caused by a strain of the Coxsackie virus. Initial symptoms include fever, poor appetite, runny nose and sore throat and can appear 3-5 days …

MENtors walk draws big crowd

Hundreds of male mentors, from dads and grandfathers to older brothers and uncles, turned out Wednesday morning for the district’s third annual MENtors Walk. Abram Lansing and Harmony Hill students and their mentors gathered in West End Park while Van Schaick families convened in Van Schaick Park. “What’s really important is that each and every …

Threat on CHS investigated, deemed not credible by Cohoes police

Late Sunday night, Cohoes police received a report indicating that a Cohoes High School student had threatened violence at the school. Police went to the student’s home early Monday morning to investigate and deemed the threat not credible. Cohoes police and district leaders continue to look into the matter. We work closely with Cohoes police …

Understanding your tax bill, payment options

Tax bills for the 2018-19 school year were recently delivered to Cohoes residents and we wanted to take the opportunity to illustrate exactly how your bill is calculated.  Each spring, the City of Cohoes releases a tentative assessment total, which the district uses to make estimations about tax rates. In late July, the city assessor’s …

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