We believe in . . . Responsibility
Visitors to Schoharie Elementary are greeted by a
bulletin board titled "We believe in . . . ," a display about
five positive character traits being learned and practiced by all
kindergarten to 6th-grade students, including responsibility, the
focus of art class activities in January and February.
READ MORE/VIEW PHOTOS
Revised late bus procedures focus on safety
The Schoharie Central Schools Transportation
Department has revised the procedures parents and guardians follow to
secure late bus transportation for their children. Changes include
designated runs and stop locations and required completion of alate
bus request form.
These guest readers know the school very well
SCS's own 6th-grade students shared some great books
with their younger schoolmates recently during Guest Reader Day.
Thank you survey participants
SCS thanks all who participated in the recent online survey to share
their input regarding the search for a new superintendent for the
district. For more information about the search, visit the
SUPERINTENDENT SEARCH PAGE.
Community invited to Schoharie Free Library event:
Leaving a Legacy with Mrs. Effie Bennett-Powe
The Schoharie Free Library invites the
community to a special Jpresentation on Saturday, Jan. 17 at 10:30
a.m., "Leaving a Legacy with Mrs. Effie Bennett-Powe," a free event
being held in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Sign up for SNN to receive delay, closing alerts
School News Notifier is a great way to learn quickly
about school closings and delays, especially during the winter months.
To sign up, click on the SNN icon on this page and create a profile.
Then choose to receive some or all types of alerts, including emails and
emergency text messages. You can unsubscribe at any time.
Community input welcome in budget development
While certain times of the year see increased budget-related activity,
developing a budget that meets the needs of our students and school
while also reflecting local residents' input is a yearlong process. As
such, the community is welcomed and encouraged to participate in this
process. Visit our
I showed off my skills to Mickey, who treated me to a game of ball and a
kiss! Mickey's mom is Transportation Director Amy Crewell.
latest "pupdates" from Buckles,
Schoharie Central School's social therapeutic classroom assistance dog. Buckles was awarded to Schoharie for
receiving the most votes in the 2012 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow grant
Looking for more news?
District News Archive