Information for Students
- Code of Conduct
- CMS Family Handbook
- CHS Program Planning Guide
- CHS Parent-Student Handbook & Infomational Guide
Atrhletic Booster Club
Fine Arts Booster Club
Inclement Weather Procedures for CHS Morning Votec/CTE Students
As winter weather approaches please be reminded of the attendance procedure for Chatham Votec/CTE students in the event that school is delayed.
If there is a one-hour delay at Chatham, and the Questar III Votec/CTE program in Hudson is open, Chatham buses will transport our students to Questar III.
If there is a two-hour delay at Chatham, our buses will not transport morning Votec/CTE students to Questar III. The morning Votec/CTE students should report to CHS and begin their day at 5th period, which is 12:05 p.m. on the adjusted bell schedule for a two-hour delay.
If there is a 3-hour delay at Chatham, our buses will not transport morning Votec/CTE students to Questar III. Those students would begin their day at 5th period, which is 12:38 on the adjusted bell schedule for a three-hour delay.
Students are always welcome to come to school with the regular morning buses if needed and spend the time prior to the start of their schedule in the high school library
In the event of any of the above delays, we will transport afternoon Votec/CTE students to Questar III.
Mid-terms/Regents January 26-29
Mid-term & Regents exams week at CHS is January 26-29. See January Exam Schedule...
- Senior Program Page. This site provides information about Chatham High School's Senior Program.
Smoking and Tobacco Use
Chatham Central School District is a tobacco-free environment. The use and possession of tobacco products by students is prohibited on all school properties and school sponsored events. The use of tobacco products by staff, parents or visitors is prohibited at all times within the school buildings or on school property.
Testing and Academic Help
- SAT and ACT Practice Tests. This site offers on-line practice tests for the SAT and ACT exams.
- APlus Math. This interactive site helps students master arithmetic skills.
- Readingrockets. A U.S. Dept. of Education funded site designed to help students improve reading abilities.
State and Federal Testing Programs
- New York State Testing Program 3-8. This site provides an overview of the state’s testing program for grades 3 through 8. An accompanying Parents’ Guide can be downloaded.
- Oswego/NYS Dept Ed. This site will help students understand the NYS Testing Programs K-12.
- No Child Left Behind. This site describes the 2002 federal law governing performance expectations for all schools and students in the U.S.
State Bans Cell Phones in Testing Rooms
In 2012, the New York State Education Department (NYSED) amended its policy on cell phones in testing centers during the administration of NYS assessments. Under the amended policy, students are prohibited from bringing cell phones and certain other electronic devices into rooms where a New York State assessment is being administered. Test proctors have the right to collect and hold cell phones and other devices for the duration of a state exam, and students who refuse to relinquish prohibited electronic devices will not be permitted to take the state exam.