COVID-19 Update January 11 – Positive Cases Reported

(January 11, 2021) Dear Chatham Families, We were informed about four positive COVID-19 cases affecting MED.  A MED staff member tested positive for the virus. The staff member was last on campus on December 23. There is no need for contact tracing within the school setting as a result of this case.  Two MED students […]

Childcare/Learning Support Now Available K-5

The District has extended the Academic Learning Support for MED families to now include MED STUDENTS GRADES K-5 who need a safe place for their children to access the remote-only instruction starting Tuesday, January 12th through Friday January 22nd. Please remember that there is no school on Monday, January 18th in observance of Martin Luther […]

CCSD Pivots to Remote Learning January 11-22

(January 8, 2021) Dear Chatham families, I am writing to inform you that all Chatham Central School District schools will pivot to fully-remote instruction, starting Monday, January 11 and lasting through Friday, January 22, 2021. It is because we value the safety of our staff and our students and the integrity of our instructional program […]

COVID-19 Update January 7 – Positive Case Reported 

(January 7, 2020) Dear Chatham Families, We were informed that a Chatham Central School District transportation employee has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. The employee last worked on December 16. According to Columbia County Department of Health (DOH) guidelines, there is no need for contact tracing within the District and no one needs to […]

COVID-19 Update January 6 – Positive Cases Reported 

(January 6, 2020) Dear Chatham Families, We wanted to bring you up to date on any confirmed COVID-19 cases related to our school. Between December 24 and January 5, one MED Elementary School employee and three MED students, one Chatham High School student, and one transportation employee tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. Due to […]

Requests to Switch to Remote Learning

(January 5, 2021) Dear Families, First and foremost we hope you had a wonderful holiday! As we start this new year we realize that many families are choosing to keep their children home for health and safety concerns. That being said, if you choose to keep your child remote they must remain remote until the […]

A Simple “Thank You!”

(December 31, 2020) Chatham Families, I wanted to take a moment before we say goodbye to 2020 to send one last communication to you that was not about positive COVID-19 cases, contract tracing, cyber attacks, pivoting to virtual learning or high voltage electrical issues! It would be an understatement to say that 2020 has been […]