CHS students prepare for future with PSATs/SATs, UAlbany trip

A majority of Cohoes High School sophomores, juniors and seniors on Wednesday morning took critical college entrance exams while freshmen got to experience campus life firsthand. For the second year in a row, the district partnered with College Board to offer the SAT and PSAT free of charge during regular school hours. “This is all …

Rep. Tonko delivers Library of Congress books to CMS

Congressman Paul Tonko (D-NY) on Thursday delivered more than 30 sports-related books to Cohoes Middle School. The books came from the Library of Congress (LOC) as part of their Book Surplus Program. The LOC receives about 20,000 books per day, but can only house about 10,000. The surplus books are distributed around the country to …

CDTA Reminder: Students must have ID

Just a reminder, students are responsible for having their district-issued ID’s, which serve as their CDTA bus passes. Drivers recently reported students frequently boarding CDTA busses without ID. If a student has lost or misplaced their ID, the cost for a replacement is $10. Students must immediately report lost or stolen cards for deactivation to …

CMS students tee off in P.E.

Middle school students on Thursday wrapped up a two-week crash course to the game of golf, taught by a local PGA pro. The Golf in Schools program featured station-based learning, allowing students to work on a wide range of golf shots. Some of the stations included elaborate inflatable targets, such as a dart board and …

4th Annual MENtors Walk draws big crowd

Hundreds of male mentors, from dads and grandads to older brothers and uncles, turned out Wednesday morning for the elementary schools’ 4th Annual MENtors Walk. Abram Lansing and Harmony Hill families gathered at Veterans Memorial Park while Van Schaick families met up at the pond. Following a performance by a four-piece band and a proclamation …

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