As part of the seventh grade’s Living History Day, the 2nd Regiment Albany County Militia, a reenactment group based out of Schenectady, visited the school to immerse the students in 18th century life.
Each year, local school districts’ business departments recognize a student who has taken numerous business classes and has exhibited outstanding academic achievement, citizenship, and a positive attitude.
On May 3, Chatham High School inducted 31 members into National Honor Society with a special ceremony held that evening in the school’s auditorium.
Author Nancy Castaldo visited MED on April 28 to talk with students in each grade about being a writer and what goes into publishing a book.
Eighth graders Ryan Graziano and Hannah Kelly are Chatham Middle School’s 2017 recipients of the New York State Comptroller’s Student Achievement Award.
This spring, some 7th graders taking art with Mrs. Fahey used their creativity to add a little charm to an otherwise nondescript part of their school, the back stairwell behind the art room.
Environmental Science students and the Ecology Club were joined by AP Biology and National Honor Society students on a trip that explored the past, present, and future of the Hudson River Estuary.
In April, Ms. Maggie Smith from Columbia Greene 4-H visited each second grade classroom to talk with the students about how fertile eggs develop and hatch into chickens.
Chatham Central School District has once again been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from The NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education.
Utica National presented Chatham with its “Titanium” level “School Safety Excellence Award” during its 37th annual school safety seminar held in Saratoga Springs this March.