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 […]
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!
Congratulations to Heather Damia, who the New York State School Music Association has named to the All-State Treble Choir.
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
We live in apple country and fall is apple season! Last week’s first grade learning theme was all about apples. Students learned about the life cycle of an apple and conducted apple exploration activities such as measuring and weighing the apples, predicting what solution would keep the apples from turning brown, and making them into […]
Select students participated in the Middle School’s annual National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI) training October 2nd and 3rd. The CMS Guidance & Counseling department hosts this two-day workshop as part of the school’s ongoing character education program. The target of the training is to empower students to address prejudice, stereotyping, and bullying in their school […]
Dear MED Parent/Guardian,I wanted to inform you that what appears to be some loose vermiculite was found in the Elementary Sc
Ms. Grill’s and Ms. Wrigley’s 5th grade students have been sharing information about their independent books with classmates during Friday “Tea Time.” This activity has been a fun way for the students to engage in a book club setting which allows them a chance to share their reading and strengthen communication and listening skills. At […]
CCSD continually provides professional development for our faculty. During our most recent professional development day on September 23, teaching assistants and aides across the District participated in building community, making connections, and engagement activities with CCSD psychologist coach Anita Killea and MED assistant principal Brett Fortran. One of the activities (shown here) was an opportunity […]