Superintendent’s message: Remote learning option

Dear Schoharie CSD families, As we reach the halfway point of summer, many of you may be wondering what the new school year will look like. If you are like families across the region, I’m sure you have some questions. At Schoharie CSD, we are planning for a full return to school in September; however, …

Covid case update

Summer programming for Elementary students (grades K-5) and the Extended School Year (ESY) program will resume as scheduled on Thursday, July 29th. Regional Summer School at Cobleskill-Richmondville will also continue their schedule as normal.  However, due to the confirmed COVID-19 case within the Schoharie CSD community reported today and related quarantines, Junior High (grades 6-8) …

Superintendent’s update on school start times; transportation

Good afternoon, We know there remain a lot of unanswered questions about what the start of school will look like in September. Schoharie CSD itself is waiting for answers to our own questions. New York State still has not released any guidance regarding what schools will be required to do for reopening for the 2021-22 …

Superintendent’s message regarding return of students in September

Good afternoon, While there is plenty of summer left, Schoharie CSD continues to plan for the return of students in September.  The CDC recently released its guidance for schools, and we are waiting for additional information from New York State. Even though there are still some unknowns, we would like to share with you an …

School supplies donated to 2nd Grade Class

School supplies for 2nd graders in the 2021-22 school year at Schoharie Elementary School are being donated by the Dominick Foundation-SIDS Sibling Survivors. The Dominick Foundation was founded by Alicianna Bersani, a 10-year-old girl from St. Johnsville who lost her baby brother to SIDS. Alicianna dropped off the school supplies this morning! Here she is …

ARPA-ESSR Funding Plan Survey

Schoharie Central School District is receiving federal money through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARP) and the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSA). Federal guidelines set spending parameters, but states can provide additional requirements and dictate specific allotments per district. CRRSA funds must be spent by September 2023 and ARP funds must be …

ARPA-ESSR Funding Plan

Introduction The 2021-22 enacted state budget includes language requiring local education agencies, such as school districts, that receive funding from the Federal Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund allocated by the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA-ESSER), to post a plan by school year on their website of how these funds will be …

Re-organizational meeting of the Schoharie CSD BOE set for July 1

The Re-organizational and Regular meeting of the Board of Education is being held in-person at Schoharie CSD on Thursday, July 1, 2021, at 6 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Jr./Sr. High School Conference Room and is open to the public. It will not be live streamed. Information, agendas and announcements may be …

Elementary Principal’s End-of-Year Message

Dear Schoharie Elementary School Families, On September 14th, with many unknowns ahead of us, our Schoharie Elementary children walked into our school with smiles and excitement.  Those first unsure days are long behind us now, and we have ended a year like no other.  From being thrust apart, into masks, and onto computer screens at …

Retired Schoharie Ag Teacher wins Lifetime Achievement Award

David Marbot, a retired Schoharie CSD agriculture teacher, was recently named the 2021 Lifetime Achievement Award Winner from the NY Association of Agriculture Educators. The Lifetime Achievement Award is presented to teachers that have retired and made significant contributions throughout their career to the agricultural education profession and advancing agriculture in their communities. Congratulations!