FFA members compete in leadership contests

Schoharie Valley FFA members recently competed in District 2 Leadership Development Contests held in Pine Plains. Our members competed against students from 13 other FFA chapters in various contests to develop their college and career readiness skills. Congratulations to our members on their success!  Chloe Armstrong placed 3rd in Junior Extemporaneous Speaking, which qualified her …

Kindergarten screenings set for April 7-8

Children who will be five-years-old on or before Dec. 1, 2020 and live in the Schoharie Central School District are eligible for kindergarten.   Screenings will be held April 7 and 8 for all students entering kindergarten in September 2020, whether previously enrolled in pre-kindergarten or not. Visitations and registration of those students who are …

Schoharie CSD Community Budget Forum set for March 5

Schoharie CSD’s Community Budget Forum is set for 7 to 9 p.m., Thursday, March 5 in the Elementary School Cafeteria. The forum, hosted by the Board of Education, will feature information on the development of the 2020-21 school budget, as well as small group sessions designed to get input from community members. Please come share …

Schoharie Ag program wins $2,250 grant from Cornell University

The agriculture program at Schoharie High School was recently named as a recipient of a $2,250 Agriculture Education Incentive Grant awarded by Cornell University’s Agriculture Education and Outreach Program. The grant program provides local public school based agricultural education programs with grant awards to secure necessary resources for a high quality agricultural education program, including …

Girls Varsity Bowling rolls to victory at the WAC Tournament

Congratulations to the Schoharie Girls Varsity Bowling Team who won the WAC Tournament by 34 pins – total pin fall was 2,448. Some of the highlighted games are Teyah Mason 186,185,214 – 585 Triple Tori Harrington 187 Mandi Williams – 183 The following bowlers were selected for 2nd Team All Stars Teyah Mason – Average …

Fifth graders learn how empty bowls can fill food pantries

Once again, the Schoharie Elementary fifth grade classes had the opportunity to help end hunger in Schoharie County. In art classes, fifth graders learned about the process of making pottery. They then painted bowls, which will be sold at the Empty Bowls fundraiser in November. At the event, the bowls may be purchased and filled …

Schoharie Storeroom opens to serve school community

There is a new way for our school community to both lend a helping hand and for our school families to meet needs. Welcome to the Schoharie Storeroom! Our goal is to make good condition clothing and shoes easily available to the community.  Items available in the Storeroom will be listed at the Storeroom items …

Flu cases continue in region; please take precautions

Schoharie County has seen in increase in the flu in recent weeks.   We are advising parents and caregivers to keep children at home if they have had a fever during the previous 24-hours. Please remember that giving a child a fever reducer such as Tylenol, may bring their fever down, but will not make …

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 …