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Schoharie, New York 12157
Brian D. Sherman, Superintendent of Schools

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Erika Robert selected for NYS Master Teacher Program

NYS master teacherSchoharie High School math teacher Erika Robert has been selected by the Chancellor of the State University of New York (SUNY) for the New York State Master Teacher Program, a significant honor.

“Only 215 teachers were selected this year, and the Governor announced Erika's name on April 14,” said Schoharie Superintendent Brian Sherman. “This is a very deserving accolade for a teacher who works tirelessly to provide the latest knowledge in mathematics to her students as well as support for those who need it." READ MORE

Board adopts proposed budget for 2014-15

On April 9, the Schoharie Central Board of Education discussed the updated tentative budget for 2014-15 and adopted a $21,677,470 proposed budget for the 2014-15 school year that will go before voters May 20, along with propositions for a capital project and bus purchase. The proposed budget includes a tax levy increase of 1.53 percent, which is less than the district's maximum allowable levy limit ("cap") of 2.47 percent, and is a $658,481 (3.13 percent) increase over the current school year's budget.buses

Voters will also decide upon propositions for the purchase of replacement school buses and a renovations capital project. They will also vote on candidates to fill two seats on the Board of Education. READ MORE ON THE SCS BUDGET PAGE


Students hope to make history at NYS History Day competition

A research project focusing on the rights of citizens and responsibility of government during natural disasters has won Schoharie High School students a spot at the New York State History Day competition in Cooperstown on April 28. READ MORE

Schoharie Central bands to march in Memorial Day parades

On Thursday, April 3, District officials met with representatives from the Central Bridge and Esperance Fire Departments at Assemblyman Peter Lopez's office to develop a compromise for the school bands to march in the villages' parades on Monday, May 26. A very positive outcome was reached by all parties. <Click here> to view the press release. 

Homebuyer, home improvement tax abatement laws approved by Schoharie Board

On Wednesday, April 2, the Schoharie Board of Education adopted resolutions that will allow its taxpayers to benefit from two laws designed to ease the tax burden for new construction and for improvement of existing homes.

The First Time Homebuyer and Home Improvement abatements were first proposed to the school district late last year by Schoharie Town Supervisor Gene Milone. The abatements have already been approved by the Schoharie County Board of Supervisors, the Town and Village of Schoharie and several other towns in the county. They are also being considered by other municipalities. READ MORE

Student art show links school and community

In a continuing effort to connect school and community, all are invited to a student art show at the Hive, a shop located at 321 Main St., Schoharie. The Hive’s owner and the Schoharie Arts Council invited Schoharie Central students to show their artwork in the Hive’s new gallery space on the shop’s second floor. READ MORE

Character, scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship: Students inducted into National Honor Society, NJHS

National Honor Society 2014

Several dozen Schoharie Jr./Sr. High School students were inducted into the National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society on March 27, in recognition of character, scholarship, leadership, service and citizenship. READ MORE

National Junior Honor Society 2014

Schoharie Central receives “2014 School Safety Excellence Award”

For the sixth year in a row, Schoharie Central School District has received the Utica National Insurance Group’s “School Safety Excellence Award” at the titanium level with honors – the highest merit of distinction in the program. READ MORE

Schoharie Central joins BOCES in opposing proposed location of Constitution Pipeline

On March 31, Schoharie Central School District Superintendent Brian D. Sherman joined with Capital Region BOCES officials and students at a public hearing to speak out against running a proposed 124-mile high-pressure natural gas pipeline through the Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School's Schoharie campus.

Schoharie Central School District sends numerous high school students to programs at the Career and Technical School, including the Heavy Equipment/Construction programs most impacted by the pipeline proposal. READ MORE

"Shrek The Musical" is a big green hit 

Shrek the Musical

Schoharie Central School presented "Shrek The Musical" to packed houses on March 14-16, and the big green ogre and his neighbors, friends, and foes were a hit with all. VIEW PHOTO GALLERY

Sophie Connor is named Schoharie Central valedictorian, Lauren Archer is salutatorian

Sophie ConnorLauren ArcherSophie Connor of Howe's Cave has been named valedictorian of Schoharie Jr./Sr. High School for 2014, and Lauren Archer of Sloansville has been named salutatorian. READ MORE


Senior Lauren Archer is WAC Top Scholar, TWC-TV News Scholar Athlete of the Week

SCS Senior Lauren ArcherThis March, senior Lauren Archer received the Western Athletic Council's (WAC) "Top Scholar Athlete" award for girls' basketball. In addition to the distinction, she recieved a plaque and a monetary award.

Last month, Archer was also chosen for the WAC 2013-14 first all-star high school girls' basketball team in its south division. Lauren was selected for this first-string team by a vote of league coaches.

Archer was also featured on TWC-TV news as Scholar Athlete of the Week. VIEW THE VIDEO HERE

Math & science fun

Math & Science Fun Night 2014 was a hit with Schoharie Central students and staff alike, as they explored new worlds together and discovered the fun in learning. VIEW PHOTOS

Barks from Buckles

Buckles during fire drill 

Even though the noise from the alarms hurt my ears, I know how important it is to leave the building quickly and wait quietly during school fire drillslike the one we had on the afternoon of April 10.

Read the 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 competition.

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