Van Schaick wraps up a busy week!

Van Schaick Grade School had a busy week to say the least! Oct. 21-25 was Character Education Week, with students wearing different color shirts each day to represent a positive character trait they aim to exemplify. Throughout the week, students could earn a yellow character brick by “getting caught” demonstrating one of the traits. They …

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 …

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 …

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