School climate survey available to parents/guardians

Dear Parents/Guardians, The Cohoes City School District is once again conducting an anonymous School Climate Survey to gather input to inform district practices as well as update the District Comprehensive Improvement Plan as required under the Every Student Succeeds Act. The survey is designed to gauge school climate and asks questions in the areas of …

PBIS achievers have a ‘Minute to Win It’ at CMS

Cohoes Middle School students who achieved PBIS goals (95% attendance, passing all classes, zero referrals) in the first quarter of the school year are participating this week in a series of Minute to Win It-style challenges during lunch periods. “It’s great to see our students meeting those expectations,” English teacher John Dundon said. “They’re excited …

CMS announces 1st quarter honor rolls

Highest Honor Roll (94.5-100 quarterly average) Grade 6 Zeinab AlHassan AlHussein,, Danielle Beattie, Ethan Beck, Micah Brady, Chloe Came, Amelia Cappabianca, Liam Carmel, Jesiah Clayton, Jacob Crabtree, Jerome Dawson, Olivia DiCocco, Gunnar Felton, Jahsyer Francis, Ethan Gagnon, Oliver Heaphy, Meghan Loiselle, Maximus Malaquias, Vito Marascia, Kayla Obzud, Ana Pereira, Anastasiia Shuldak, Julia Skidmore, Hailey Van …

A message on the passing of CMS student Sean Harden

It is with our deepest sympathy that we inform you of the passing of Sean Harden, a sixth grade student at Cohoes Middle School. Sean previously attended Harmony Hill School. He had been hospitalized since the beginning of the school year as he courageously battled a sepsis infection. Mark Perry, Harmony Hill Principal: “Sean was such …

CMS students lead 3rd Annual Real Kids Wear Pink Day

Lead by Cohoes 8th grader Carli O’Hara, kids from across the Capital Region united Friday in the fight against breast cancer for the 3rd Annual Real Kids Wear Pink (RKWP) Day. Carli and her RKWP team members were joined by a news crew, photographers, videographers, local politicians and prominent community partners aboard a pink CDTA …

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 …

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