Archive for January, 2017

Want to Stay Informed About the 2017-18 Budget Process?

Want to Stay Informed About the 2017-18 Budget Process?

| January 27, 2017

Please visit our budget page. We will update this page as new information becomes available. The final budget calendar was approved by the Board of Education this week. It is listed on the budget page and posted below. 2017-18 Budget Development Calendar September 2016 – All budget packets assembled and ready for distribution November 2016– […]

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Emergency Closing/Delay Reminder

Emergency Closing/Delay Reminder

| January 23, 2017

With the winter weather picking up, we want to remind the school community about our closing/delay procedures and how they are communicated When school must be closed, released early, or be delayed opening, for any reason, the official announcement will be sent via School Messenger (our automated phone calling system) and will be posted on […]

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Got Scholarships? Let Parent Today Help You

Got Scholarships? Let Parent Today Help You

| January 19, 2017

Scholarships just for being tall? Free money for knitting hobbyists? A grant for liking ice cream? College scholarships come in all shapes and sizes, but last year, over $3 billion in grant funds went unused. With the impact of the cost of college a big concern for many parents, Parent Today produced a short informational […]

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Superintendent’s Message to the Community

Superintendent’s Message to the Community

| January 17, 2017

Dear Cooperstown Community, Since I learned of the Board’s selection of me as your next superintendent, and officially since Jan. 1, I have seized many opportunities to learn as much as possible about Cooperstown CSD and its exceptional extended community of students, faculty and staff, educational supporters. I feel as though I’ve been here for […]

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Advice From Staff and Faculty to Students is Timeless

Advice From Staff and Faculty to Students is Timeless

| January 10, 2017

[metaslider id=2317] Have you ever wanted to go back in time and give yourself advice? We’ve probably all thought about it at one time or another, but staff and faculty members at Cooperstown Central School have found a way to do just that in the hopes their wise words will have an impact on current students. […]

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Cooperstown Sports Teams Recognized as Scholar Athletes

Cooperstown Sports Teams Recognized as Scholar Athletes

| January 10, 2017

Five Cooperstown teams were recognized with the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Scholar Athelete Team Award. The award is achieved through academic excellence, while actively participating in varsity level interscholastic athletics. Teams recognized include: Girls Varsity Soccer Boys Varsity Soccer Girls Varsity Swimming Boys Varsity Cross Country Girls Varsity Cross Country Congratulations on […]

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Jr./Sr. High Counseling Newsletter is Now Available

Jr./Sr. High Counseling Newsletter is Now Available

| January 4, 2017

Please see the following link for the latest issue of the Jr./Sr. High School Counseling Newsletter. There is some great information on college and career planning. January Newsletter

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January Students of the Month Recognized

January Students of the Month Recognized

| January 4, 2017

A new student recognition program is underway at Cooperstown Jr./Sr. High School. Each department will have an opportunity to recognize two high school students, and the Cooperstown PTA has sponsored this project. The students will receive a book picked by the department that recognizes them.  

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Students Use a Cart and Human Power to Learn About Physics

Students Use a Cart and Human Power to Learn About Physics

| January 3, 2017

[metaslider id=2187] Learning is often a fun,  interactive experience at Cooperstown Central School. During a Physics Labatory earlier this year, students conducted an experiment using a cart loaded with students and pulled by other students. They collected data, analyzed the results and used the information obtained to explain the motion of the cart. Teacher Joseph […]

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