Students attend STOP conference on bias, discrimination

A group of Schoharie students traveled to Siena College on Jan. 17 to join peers in an effort to raise awareness of intolerance, discrimination and bullying. The students participated in the Students Together Opposing Prejudice conference, which brings together more than 200 students from dozens of Capital Region middle schools and high schools for a …

Schoharie wrestler smashes school wins record

A Schoharie senior has set a new record for career wins! Austin Lints is now at 168 wins and counting with the season still ongoing. He broke the previous record of 167 wins over the weekend. This is the first season that Schoharie has partnered with Duanesburg CSD on a wrestling team. That experience has …

Schoharie CSD and five partner districts create model for curriculum development

Schoharie CSD is one of six area schools who are providing a model of collaboration for the implementation of the state’s Next Generation English Language Arts and Mathematics Learning Standards. Schoharie, joined by Berne-Knox-Westerlo, Cobleskill-Richmondville, Duanesburg, Middleburgh and Sharon Springs, began conducting shared regional professional development days at the start of the 2018-19 school year …

Regents schedule Jan. 21 to Jan. 24

Tuesday, Jan. 21 8:15 a.m. – ELA Noon – Living Environment Wednesday, Jan. 22 8:15 a.m. – U.S. History and Government; Geometry Noon – Algebra 1; Physical Setting/Physics Thursday, Jan. 23 8:15 a.m. – Transition exam in Global History and Geography; Global History and Geography (Framework) Noon – Algebra 2 Friday, Jan. 24 8:15 a.m. …

Three Schoharie seniors awarded NYS Scholarships for Academic Excellence

Schoharie High School seniors Jarod Skinner, Anna Starks, and Shawna Bailey have been awarded New York State Scholarships for Academic Excellence in recognition of their outstanding achievement on state Regents exams. Academic Excellence scholarships are awarded to the top three students in a graduating class based on Regents exam performance. If the students choose to …

Elementary School continues to “go green”

Beginning Monday, Jan. 13, the Elementary School will be sending home only one copy of building-wide fliers and information for each household. The oldest Elementary School student in a household will receive any paperwork that comes out of the main office. This cost-saving measure includes, but is not limited to: lunch menus, monthly calendars, notices …

Schoharie CSD teacher wins grant to launch book club with focus on equity, tolerance

A Schoharie CSD teacher has received a grant to launch a book club designed to serve high school students, as well as staff and community members, as a way to help boost understanding of others in the community and in the world. Carrie Styles, who teaches music, was selected to receive an Educator’s Grant from …