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Celebrating the Class of 2019

Schoharie Central School District marked its 184th annual commencement on Saturday, June 29, when 64 members of the Class of 2019 walked the stage and received their diplomas. Families, friends, SCS staff and faculty joined together in the high school gym for a graduation ceremony featuring the high school band, speeches by student leaders, Principal …

Religious exemptions removed from state vaccination law

On June 13, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill into law that immediately removed the religious exemption for school vaccination requirements. Per the amendment to Public Health Law Section 2164, children who attend child daycare or public, private or parochial school who previously had a religious exemption must now receive their first age-appropriate dose in …

Hall of Fame teaches many lessons

SCS fifth graders enjoyed a great day of learning at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown on June 14. The students have been reading about Jackie Robinson and extended that learning at the museum. They broke up into groups and completed lessons on civil rights, women’s history, geography, communication arts and …

SCS student is “Most Philosophical Kindergartener in America”

Schoharie Elementary student Michaela Burton has earned the title of “Most Philosophical Kindergartener in America” from the Kids Philosophy Slam for her drawing depicting that love has a greater impact on the community than hate because “Friends that play together spread love.” Michaela will be honored at an assembly on Wednesday, June 19, at 8:30 …

Bands perform at TU Center

Schoharie’s Junior High and Elementary bands really hit the big time – and place – on June 8. As guest performers of the Albany Empire arena football team, they performed “America the Beautiful” and the “National Anthem” before a crowd at the Times Union Center in Albany. The students also had the opportunity to meet …

Dressing down for good causes

Schoharie Central School District held a Rolph Karker Dress Down Day fundraiser on June 4, netting more than $665 for two causes. Faculty, staff and administration all wore black t-shirts and jeans in honor of Rolph’s birthday. Proceeds from the event are being donated to the Rolphie Fund and the SCS Backpack Program.  The Rolphie …

A survey for all

All members of the Schoharie Central School District community are invited and encouraged to participate in an anonymous survey being conducted by Generation Ready to measure the district’s level of cultural proficiency. The district values all opinions and feedback. Take the survey Why survey? SCS is entrusted by its residents to provide an educational program and …

Honors for SCS, CTE excellence

Schoharie High School students Louis Hardendorf, Mark Molesky and Joseph Somes were recently recognized for excellence in their studies at SCS and in Career and Technical Education (CTE) by being inducted into the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS). The students were inducted at a May 28 ceremony at Colonie Central High School. Through the Capital Region …