Category: News

Taking a Look at the Past to Help Today’s Students Learn

Taking a Look at the Past to Help Today’s Students Learn

| October 18, 2017

Cooperstown Sixth Grade students visited the cemetery on River Street on Wednesday, Oct. 18 to study headstones. While the primary purpose of the project is to learn how to write creative epitaphs for English Language Arts class, the students also learned a little history about Cooperstown’s founders and a little science related to how the […]

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Students of the Month for October Recognized

Students of the Month for October Recognized

| October 13, 2017

A 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. The Jr./Sr. High School Library Media Center recognized Natalie Johnson and Kate […]

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Coop Student Athlete Featured in Syracuse.com for her Football Prowess

Coop Student Athlete Featured in Syracuse.com for her Football Prowess

| October 6, 2017

Check out this article about our own Julietta Ford! All-state girls basketball player makes presence felt on football field.

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September Students of the Month Recognized

September Students of the Month Recognized

| September 26, 2017

A 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. Tre’Mesha Harrison and Thomas Knight were recognized by the English Department as […]

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Students Return for a ‘Great Year’ at Cooperstown CSD

Students Return for a ‘Great Year’ at Cooperstown CSD

| September 5, 2017

Students returned to classes on Tuesday, Sept. 5. At the Elementary School, staff and students alike greeted the new school year with enthusiasm. Check out the video!  

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CCSD Superintendent Pens ‘Welcome Back’ Letter for the District

CCSD Superintendent Pens ‘Welcome Back’ Letter for the District

| August 24, 2017

Dear members of the Cooperstown Central School District Learning Community, Cooperstown Central School District is continuing movement forward with aspirations to be an even stronger school for students in the coming years.  The Board of Education has been diligent in its review of policy and fiscal practices in support of student learning.  The entire leadership […]

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Parent Today: Transitioning to the Middle School Grades

Parent Today: Transitioning to the Middle School Grades

| August 23, 2017

A bigger building. New faces. A bell schedule?! Students of all ages go through transitions during their academic career. For children and parents alike, it can be overwhelming moving up to a new school. Being a “little fish in a big pond” can be intimidating, but according to researchers, of all the academic grade transitions, […]

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A Video Preview of STEAM at CCSD and a Look at Renovations at the Jr./Sr. High School

A Video Preview of STEAM at CCSD and a Look at Renovations at the Jr./Sr. High School

| August 22, 2017

It’s been a busy summer at Cooperstown Jr./Sr. High School as major renovations occurred in the Technology Classroom and Fine Arts areas. Take a look!

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School Bus Safety is a Top Priority

School Bus Safety is a Top Priority

| August 19, 2017

Last year, the district’s bus fleet traveled 165,766 miles. Routine maintenance and inspections are performed to keep our vehicles above all safety standards, while students and staff routinely perform safety drills. A survey by the New York Association of Pupil Transportation earlier this year found that school buses are illegally passed in New York an […]

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Cooperstown Jr./Sr. High School has a New Resource for Following Athletics

Cooperstown Jr./Sr. High School has a New Resource for Following Athletics

| August 19, 2017

The Center State Conference and its 23 member school districts have recently moved moved to rSchoolToday for league scheduling of all athletic events. This will replace League Minder as the third-party website which Hawkeyes fans can use to keep track of all the interscholastic athletics action. During the weeks ahead, Athletic Director Jim Brophy, Administrative Intern […]

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