Second graders in Mrs. Van Note’s class practiced their understanding of three-digit numbers by playing a guessing game. Each student explained a secret number using only place value clues to get their partner to guess the number.
Mrs. Winter’s Language Concepts 3-5 class participated in the Kinderhook Elks Lodge “Tissue Box Monster Contest” and won 3rd place! The Elks Lodge encouraged families to get creative and make their own monster designs. Mrs. Winter’s class made their monster together and made sure he was following COVID-9 with a mask! Thank you to the […]
Happy Valentine’s Day from our PreK class!
Our flagpole at MED was in need of a new rope and it was our local firefighters to the rescue!
Some inspirational words courtesy of MED’s school nurse, Mrs. Fabiano.
To assist families who need childcare while our schools are on fully-remote learning, our District is providing a safe, supervised location at MED for our students in grades k-5 to access remote learning from.
The Chatham Central School District music and art departments proudly welcome you to our 2020 Virtual Winter Concert and Art Show. Featuring the 6th Grade Band, Orchestra and Chorus, 7/8 Band, Chorus and Orchestra, CHS Band, Chorus and Orchestra, with artwork by MED, CMS, and CHS students, and closing with a staff/student 12 Days of […]
Students, both in school and learning remotely, as well as staff celebrated Halloween today at CCSD. Whether it was costumes or engaging in (mad)scientific dissection of pumpkins, we had some spooky fun!
To celebrate Halloween this year, Mrs. Winter’s Language Concepts 3-5 Class carved a pumpkin! The students picked shapes for the pumpkin’s face, chose his unique name, and thought he should follow school rules by wearing a mask! The pumpkin was donated by CCSD transportation mechanic Wally Engel, who won the pumpkin and carving kit in […]
CHS, CMS and MED now have several picnic tables on campus that allow for social distancing and activities outside such as classes and lunch, thanks to the generosity of our community. A great addition for days with nice weather, such as today! Chatham High School’s principal, John Thorsen, contacted Columbia County Fair Board member Eric […]