CMS 1st 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 first quarter of the 2018-19 school year. High Honor Roll – Grade 6 Giavahna Barbosa, Landon Bastian, Kalliann Briggs, Christian DeChiaro, Kaelynn Dooley, Jackson Felt, Samantha Figueroa, Shae Fontaine, Clare Frank, Brooke Godfrey-Fogarty, Luca Grestini, Erin Guild, Kassidi Guire, Malak Hatim, Cesar …

CDTA schedule during a delay, closure or half-day

With winter weather upon us, here’s what you need to know about CTDA bus schedules when the district has a delay or closes completely: One-hour delay – Buses arrive one hour later than normal. No change in afternoon departure. Two-hour delay – Buses arrive two hours later than normal. No change in afternoon departure. School closed – …

Hundreds of Cohoes students volunteer on Global Youth Service Day

Hundreds of Cohoes students in grades 8-12 on May 10 were doing good deeds throughout the city as part of Global Youth Service Day (GYSD). Established in 1988, GYSD celebrates and mobilizes the millions of young people who improve their communities through service. GYSD is celebrated each year in more than 135 countries, with young …

New IDs will give students access to meal accounts, bus passes

During the week of February 12, new photo ID cards will be issued to all Cohoes middle and high school students. The cards will give students access to their meal plans and also act as their CDTA bus passes. “This is a great opportunity to streamline our ID system,” CDTA transportation coordinator Tom Kostrzebski said. …

CDTA Survey Results

CDTA Transportation Proposal Background The Cohoes City School District is considering providing CDTA swipe cards to all students in grades 6-12 beginning in the 2017-18 school year. The cost to provide swipe cards to the roughly 960 eligible students is an estimated $127,500. This includes four new CDTA buses transporting students on three newly developed …

Harmony Mills Pediatrics now offers walk-in sick clinic for Cohoes students

Harmony Mills Pediatrics is now open from 7-8:30 a.m. on weekdays as a walk-in sick clinic for Cohoes children, ages 3-18. Dr. DiTursi, who also serves as the district’s pediatrician for medical expertise, introduced the service for Cohoes families to increase access to medical treatment during early morning hours that are more convenient for working …

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