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We’ve moved! Cohoes City School District offices relocate to Page Avenue building

Superintendent, business and special programs offices now in one central location

Outside of the Page Avenue BuildingThe last of the boxes are being unpacked this week as the superintendent and business offices finish moving out of Cohoes Middle School and into the Page Avenue district administrative offices.

The move comes after a series of public discussions during board of education meetings regarding the need for additional classroom space at Cohoes Middle School, combined with the Capital District Psychiatric Center’s (CDPC) decision to close the adolescent clinic housed at Page Avenue at the end of the school year.

“The timing was right for our district offices to move back to Page after a nearly 20 year hiatus,” said Superintendent Jennifer Spring, Ed.D. “It’s a more efficient use of our buildings, and we’ll be more accessible to taxpayers and the families who regularly visit our offices.”

The superintendent’s suite, which includes the assistant superintendent, human resources, director of facilities and communications, is located on the top floor at 21 Page Avenue.

The business office has joined the Office of Special Programs on the main floor, and IT is located in the basement. All district phone numbers and email addresses remain the same.

The district registrar’s office for all students will still be located on the first floor at Cohoes Middle School.

Preparing our students for success in tomorrow’s world.

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