Dear families, CCSD is rolling out initiatives to boost attendance and we need your help.
Unite for kindness, acceptance and inclusion by wearing orange to school! This Wednesday October 23rd is National Unity Day. Each year, schools across our nation come together to send a message of support, show that we unite against bullying, and promote a culture of kindness, acceptance, and inclusion. Please dress in ORANGE to show your […]
The Jline Dance Crew from New York City visited MED October 17 to spread the message that bullying is wrong, but being respectful, responsible, and contributing positively to the world is definitely right. The crew put on 30 minutes of high-energy singing and choreographed dance that got the students amped before closing with a 15-minute […]
Chatham Central School District’s Faculty Vs. Faculty Basketball Game takes place Wednesday, October 23, 6:30 p.m. in the Chatham High School gym. The staff from Mary E. Dardess Elementary School & Chatham Middle School take on the staff at Chatham High School in the 10th annual showdown of skill, determination, and, let’s face it, luck. […]
Congratulations to our girls varsity tennis team, who are the Section 2 Class C/D Champions for the 3rd year in a row! The girls defeated Maple Hill to clinch the 2019 title at the sectional championship match held October 9 at Ichabod Crane CSD. Go Panthers!
CHS math teacher Katharine Curtis and a team of three CHS students – Calliroe Barlow, Hannah Spock and Tessa Fisher – headed to Siena College on October 11 to attend the college’s 13th annual Students IMPACT (Interested in Mathematics and Problem solving but unAware of Computer Talent) Program. IMPACT seeks to connect mathematically talented high […]
Congratulations to Heather Damia, who the New York State School Music Association has named to the All-State Treble Choir.
At CHS, Mrs. Fischer’s AP Bio students conducted a bubble lab to explore the properties of cell membranes. In this video clip, students are modeling the process of binary fission in bacterial cells. When bacterial cells divide, a thin ring of proteins located at the cell’s midpoint contracts, effectively cleaving the cell in two. The […]
An update on construction completed this summer as part of Phase One of the Capital Improvement Project
The 7th grade took a trip to the Sage Colleges Theatre Institute to see “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” play