Partnership with TSL announced for before- and after-care

Cohoes school leaders announced on Tuesday a partnership with TSL Adventures to operate before- and after-care programs at the district’s three elementary schools. The programs had been run by the Cohoes Community Center, which closed abruptly on Friday, October 26. “While this transition is happening under somewhat unfortunate circumstances, we feel fortunate to get a new …

10/29 update on before- and after-care programs

District leaders on Monday met with local service providers and have selected a new agency to partner with for before- and after-care programs. We will be working out the logistics this week in anticipation of starting the transition to the new provider on Monday, November 5. District administrators, board members, city council members, teachers, students and other …

Update on before- and after-care programs

Cohoes City School District Superintendent, Dr. Jennifer Spring is working with the Cohoes Community Center Board President and Mayor Shawn Morse on a solution to restore before- and after-care programs at Abram Lansing, Harmony Hill and Van Schaick Elementary Schools. School district administrators will be volunteering their time to supervise the program on Monday and …

Community Center closure: What it means for Cohoes schools

Late Thursday night, district leaders were informed that the Cohoes Community Center will cease operations immediately due to financial issues. The district had worked in partnership with the Community Center to run the pre-K program, and the center utilized district buildings for before- and after-school care. The pre-K program will continue as before and our …

Thank you, Board of Education!

In recognition of Board of Education Appreciation Week (October 22-26), Wednesday night’s meeting featured a special presentation honoring the district’s seven member board. First, there was a video tribute: Embedded video tribute to Cohoes board Then the board received a brand new banner:                     According to …

Harmony Hill donates $300 to help cats found in container

Harmony Hill School’s “Green Team” recently donated $300 to the Animal Protective Foundation (APF) in Glenville. Several students saw a recent news story about a number of cats who were brought to the APF after being found in a plastic container on the side of the road. The Green Team is a student-led operation made up …

Harmony Hill families pack McDonald’s for fundraiser

Harmony Hill School families on Tuesday packed the McDonald’s in Waterford, raising almost $650 for the school’s PTA. “It’s a great event,” principal Mark Perry said. “We have volunteers making fries, serving food. We basically take over the McDonald’s.” A percentage of the proceeds go to the PTA’s general fund, which pays for field trips …

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