We asked our families to share photos of their students on their first day of the 2017-18 school year. Thanks to everyone who shared – it’s great to see all those smiling faces back at CCSD!
It was back to school for instructional staff on September 5th, Chatham Central School District’s Opening Conference Day. Along with giving our faculty an opportunity to collaborate with each other and prepare for the arrival of students on September 6th, the day served to bring all district employees together to celebrate the start of another […]
Linda Zusman, a retired teacher and now a New York State Union of Teachers (NYSUT) staff developer, delivered Mentor training this week to Chatham teachers Karen Baldauf, Judson Hoffman, Theresa Rossi, Maria Hogencamp, Stephanie Lineberry, and Melissa Paratore. These teachers undertook this training to allow them to provide professional mentoring for our first-year teachers according to New […]
Chatham Central Schools welcomed Chelsea Phillips (MED library media specialist), Emily Holmes (grade 4), Hannah May (special education), Jordan Mangold (speech), Margaret Farrell (grade 4), Joanna Stegmann (MED reading long-term sub), Susan Nichols (MED permanent building sub), Heather Howard (Pre-K long-term sub), Christopher Goodwin (MED & grade 6 orchestra), Talene Schaffer (MS family & consumer […]
Please welcome our new School Resource Deputy, Ian Boehme. Deputy Boehme is an experienced SRD and someone who is very familiar with our school and community; he grew up in Chatham and attended Chatham Central Schools…
Chatham’s Fine Arts Booster Club and Athletic Booster Club treated our buildings & grounds staff to both breakfast and lunch on August 23, a show of appreciation for the service they provide our schools every day. The summer is just as busy a time as any for our custodians, cleaners, and maintenance workers as they undertake a top-to-bottom […]
As the finale to Chatham Middle School’s CSI Summer Academy, students put their theories to the test in a made-for-TV courtroom showdown, complete with uncooperative witnesses and bad hairdos. Over the summer, the students had investigated the apparent murder of local Pizza magnate Papa John. Originally thought to be dead after he was found unresponsive […]
The Language Concepts Summer Program took a field trip to the Mac-Haydn Children’s Theater.
A mystery is unfolding at CMS this summer and students are using science, math, reading, & writing to solve it!
Students and visitors alike can get a little inspiration from the new rock garden located near the front entrance to Mary E. Dardess Elementary School. The colorful display is part of an initiative by the MED PTA to focus attention on kindness and positive connections, inspired by the thekindnessrocksproject.com. During the last days of school before […]