See photos from Mary E. Dardess Elementary School’s Halloween Parade…
Chatham is Number 1! The girls tennis team beat Schoharie 7-0 to win the Section 2, Class C/D varsity girls tennis championship. At the match, played October 10th at Bethlehem High School, the Panthers successfully defended their 2017 sectional title and closed the 2018 season with a 16-0 record. Congratulations!
Congratulations to our modified football team, who wrapped up their undefeated 2018 season October 24 with a 42-20 victory over Coxsackie. Great season guys!
Local volunteer firefighters brought their trucks and fire-fighting gear to school for the students to see. As is the Fire Prevention Day tradition at MED, our new assistant principal, Mr. Fortran, became an honorary firefighter by dressing up in all the protective clothing they wear when on the job. MED then held a fire drill […]
During a ceremony held the evening of October 18th, Chatham High School inducted eleven students into Tri-M National Music Honor Society and seven students into National Art Honor Society. Membership in these prestigious societies recognizes these students’ talents and dedication to the fine arts, as well as provides them with opportunities to serve their school […]
Congratulations to our girls modified volleyball team, who went undefeated this year! The girls finished up the 2018 season with a 14-0 record. “They were a hard working team that never wanted to stop playing,” said coach Linda Colwell. Go Panthers!
Chatham Police Chief Peter Volkmann shared some of his vast expertise on stress and trauma with many of our staff during our Professional Development Day on Monday, October 15th. His presentation, “Understanding Stress without the Psychobabble,” was filled with important facts, humor, and personal stories as he explained the biological and psychological reactions of people […]
The Board of Education appointed Matthew Fisch, of Chatham, and Carol Wilber, of Spencertown, to fill two vacant seats on the Board.
Jesse Saperstein, a motivational speaker, author, and autism advocate visited CMS on October 15th as part of Bully Prevention Month. His honest and effective anti-bullying presentation gave the entire school insight into how we perceive and treat others. Jesse has a form of autism called Asperger’s syndrome and he shared his personal story about his […]
Two student teams and CHS math teacher Katharine Curtis attended the 12th annual Students IMPACT (Interested in Mathematics and Problem solving but unAware of Computer Talent) Program at Siena College on October 12. The IMPACT program connects high school juniors and seniors who have demonstrated academic talent (especially in mathematics), but who have not yet […]